A couple of things. Note you really need to do some more homework. Do not believe everything you read on Amazon. Go right to the source, check the specifications and download the manuals before buying. For example, that case is a µATX case, and a slim one at that. Note Silverstone shows here
that case stands 105mm in height - that's just over 4 inches, including the footpads (the Amazon page says 7 inches tall!
). That Cooler Master cooler is 4.1 inches tall, and must sit on top of the CPU, which sits on top of the CPU socket which sits on top of the motherboard which sit on top of case standoffs. No way will that cooler fit inside that case. Besides that, note the AMD CPU Warranty
is crystal clear:
"This Limited Warranty shall be null and void if the AMD microprocessor which is the subject of this Limited Warranty is used with any heatsink/fan other than the one provided herewith."
Understand because both AMD and Intel warranty their boxed processors that come with OEM fans as "a unit", and because neither company wants to replace the fan or CPU during the 3-year warranty period, they provide excellent coolers with their CPUs.
Also according to the specs on that case, it supports "low profile" expansions cards. That is not a "low profile" sound card. But also note that motherboard has 8 channel (7.1) surround-sound built in.
Fortunately, that graphics card has a low profile bracket adapter.
I don't see an operating system listed. A common mistake is some users assume they can use their old Windows license on a new computer. Understand only a "boxed" full Retail
license can be transferred to a new computer (or upgraded motherboard). It is illegal
to use an OEM license that came with or was purchased for one computer on another computer. A disk “branded” with a computer maker’s brand name, or is labeled with “OEM/System Builder”, “Upgrade”, “Academic Edition”, or "For Distribution with a new PC only", is not
transferable to a new PC (or upgraded motherboard) under any
circumstances. These OEM licenses are inextricably tied to the "original equipment". So if that is the case, I recommend 64-bit Windows 7 or one of the many free Linux alternatives. Just ensure it is 64-bit since you have selected 8Gb of RAM.