Your case will fit everthing in, wit some room to spare. I have upgraded to the next ver. to give you USB 3.0, (backward compatible) on the front panel, +
1 x e-SATA, Audio In/Out(AC97, HD) + mic.
I have also selected RAM from the memory support list, see below^^.
PSU, Not a very good unit, not very good reviews, unstable power, not 80% certified, This selected by Zolton33 > http://www.newegg.co...ID=3938566&SID= CPU, O/c.
Auto controlled in software utility, select or press a button, included on the Motherboartd installation CD. Each manufacturer provides a *safre* overclock you can use at any time. If you want to go beyond what is provided you must change settings in the BIOS.GPU O/c.
Provided with the graphics driver installation CD.
RAM, O/c. Initially controlled by the CPU. RAM speed natively supported by the selected AMD processors is
1866/1600/1333/1066 non-ECC, un-buffered memory. It interrogates the RAM and sets the correct speed and timing from information contained in the stick/s. If you have RAM installed at 1333, and it is XMP/AMP capable, there will be one or more profiles for higher speed setting stored in the RAM, which you can enable. If you want to over-clock above the native supported speed, you must alter setting in the BIOS. If you search for, How to over-clock my RAM, you will see that it is fairly complicated, and gives you no guarantee of the system being stable or the RAM may not over-clock and/or boot at all.
"Although we're only using two modules for this specific test, the Asrock FM2A75 Pro4 motherboard serving as our test platform won't boot above DDR3-1866, limiting the scope of our early testing. Attempt to run at DDR3-2133 using manual parameters, or DDR3-2800/2666 using pre-programmed settings simply wouldn't work." Source, > http://www.tomshardw...5400k,3224.html
^^Your RAM, where possible, should be selected from tested modules on the manufacturers QVL or RAM support list. You can use other RAM, provided it meets the correct specifications > http://www.asrock.co....asp?cat=Memory
My take on over-clocking for a general purpose or gaming rig, hardly worth the effort for the usually minimal gains. It is worth doing on a workstion type build as it can make a significant difference to performance , but takes an awful lot of effort. staying within what is provided through the software and utilities, you are not likely to damage the rig. If you are determined to push the machine to the max, probable voiding all your warranties, go for it, but at your own risk> http://pcpartpicker.com/p/lsUx
$373. without taxes.
Not included, OS, Optical drive, also talk about storage. I do no think you need
What brand/model of HHD are you using at the moment? Would you be able to use in in the new build?
Edited by iammykyl, 26 October 2012 - 12:45 AM.