+1 for your build, it will have excellent performance.
As we managed to bully you into the optical drive, won't obsess over the speaker, (tech name, piezo buzzer) but, a local pc repair shop might have a used one, free.
Here is the G2G tutorial, thanks to Troy and Artellos, > http://www.geekstogo...r-own-computer/
Some tips. Seems obvvious, but read the manuals carefully, this is the order in which I build.
Change the I/O shield,
Ensure that the stand offs on the MB mounting plate match exactly the pattern and number of screw holes on the MB.
You will find it easier to do the following outside of the case.
Install the CPU, heat-sink/fan. Connect the CPU fan plug to the CPU fan socket on the MB. (inspect the back of the board to check that all locking pins have fully engaged)
Install the RAM. ensure you have the correct slots selected as per your MB manual.
Install the PSU.
Install the Optical drive.
Install the HDD, try to keep the bay/s apposite the end of the GPU empty making it easier to attach it's power cable/s.Install the MB into the case.
Connect the two
power cables for the MB.
complete the build.
Check over all the wiring to make sure everthing is still OK.
Any problems or question? please post.
There are no official system requirements. Here is my take.
A mid range and up gaming system with the GPU being the main component.
DVI or HDMI connection, VGA, not supported.
Support for 2 or more displays.
For a game to be playable, Min 60 FPS, the Rift splits the output to deliver 30 FPS to each screen for the 3D effect. You need to adjust the eye candy for each game to achieve this, so will depend on the power of the card, yours will be fine.
Official site, > https://developer.oculusvr.com/forums/