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Would these be compatible with eachother?


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mryoto123

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I want to upgrade the crappy computer that I have to a one that is fast when it comes to: Browsing, multi-tasking, watching and streaming films/programs and is able to work with an 18.5 samsung LCD moniter. Would these be compatible with eachother on a windows 7/vista and would they be efficient with eachother?

1) Intel Bearup Lake LGA1155 Motherboard
2) ST Lab 6 Channels 5.1 PCI Sound Card
3) VTX3D 2GB Radeon HD 5450 DDR3 PCI-E 2.1 Graphics Card
4) Western Digital Scorpio Blue 250gb Sata 8mb Cache 2.5 Inch Internal Hard Drive Oem
5) Kingston Technology Apple 8GB Kit
6) Intel i3-2100 SandybridgeCore​ i3 Quad-Core Processor ? 3.10GHz, 3MB Cache
7) Akasa Viper High Performance S-Flow 12cm Fan

Please be sure and if something needs changing, tell me a better alternative. Thanks :thumbsup:
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phillpower2

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Please do not duplicate your topics it is unhelpful and unfair to other members seeking assistance.
I have responded to your earlier topic so continue there http://www.geekstogo...with-eachother/

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