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RAM, (memory) This is the only kit I can find that is suitable for the MB, > http://www.skytech.l...5v-p-67546.html

Disk Reader, (optical drive) > http://www.skytech.l...s-p-148540.html

PSU, it is very important that it as high a quality as you can afford, it is the engine of the system and must delivery constant stable voltage.   A poor quality one will make a system unstable and may cause damage to other hardware.

First choice, > http://www.skytech.l...s-p-165280.html

2. (order)  > http://www.skytech.l...l-p-131433.html

3. > http://www.skytech.l...2v-p-94890.html

4. > (order) http://www.skytech.l...e-p-148752.html

 

You must check with the vendor about colour before placing an order as details may not always be correct.


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Thanks. I'm going to order first power supply.


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So this is my pc. Will I be able to build it with no problems and will everything work?

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Gday.

All your parts are compatible and will work great together to give you a high performing system.

Download all the manuals from the manufacturers web sites so you can study them.

 

Have you experience of building or know a friend who can help?


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No, I haven't experienced building. And all my friends buy completed pc's. So It will be my first time. Maybe you could live assist me through skype chat? I'll build my PC on last weekend of May, or in very early June. Can I ask you? On what settings would this generation games like Watch_Dogs will run?


Edited by Augustas Vilcinskas, 26 May 2014 - 12:50 PM.

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iammykyl?


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http://www.geekstogo...r-own-computer/

 

Skype is not needed

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A couple of videos to watch.   Plase always consult your manuals for specific instructions.

https://www.google.c....67720277,d.dGc

 

Most useful item to install if you can find one locally,  > http://www.cwc-group.com/casp.html

 

Thanks Alan1998 for the How To link.


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Hello. So this is my final build http://pcpartpicker.com/p/b7Hc4D (i know i'm risking with not buying 2 storage devices but I thought about it and decided not to) iammykyl suggested that I buy this power supply: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/corsair-power-supply-rm650 But isn't it too strong for my build? Maybe I should buy a bit weaker one? If I do. Can you pick one from here (http://www.skytech.l...55&pagesize=500) Black link, not grey.


Edited by Augustas Vilcinskas, 28 May 2014 - 02:48 PM.

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Non of the PSUs you linked are suitable for your build.   It is not the watts that are most important but the Amps that are delivered from the PCI-E connectors for the video card.   Your GPU required  min 500w and 30 amps. and 1 x 6 pin and 1 x 8 pin connectors.

 

I know ou would like to cut the cost a little but don't compramise your build with a cheap PSU,you will regret it later, these will be the best and the one I would buy, > http://www.skytech.l...d-p-169323.html

Good, > http://www.skytech.l...ie-p-94883.html

OK, > http://www.skytech.l...l-p-188892.html


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Ok. So parts in this build will be compatible with each other? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/khNdxr

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Sorry for the delay.

Yes, all the parts are compatible.

Any questions? please don't hesitate to ask.


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