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jayjay313

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I've never built a computer before but I am interested in trying but I have no idea about part compatibility or quality so my question is a two parter first will these components work together and second what kind of computer would this tun out t be?

Case: Cooler master elite rc 310

Mother board: asrock h55m-le

Cpu: intel g6950

Gpu: radeon hd 4850

Memory: Rendition by crucial 2x2 gb ram
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phillpower2

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Hi jayjay313 :)
Before we comment on your components have a look at these 2 tutorials courtesy of Troy and Digerati respectively;
http://www.geekstogo...r-own-computer/
http://www.geekstogo...rface-material/
A couple of things to note, you will need a hard drive, an operating system, W7 will cost about $100 and finally the last component you should decide on is the PSU so that you can make allowances for all installed hardware, there are online programs from manufacturers such as Antec that will do this for you or we can help.
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Thank you very much for your help
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You are welcome :)
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