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Would i be able to get these upgrades?

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bobby101

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Hi was wondering if i could upgrade my pc into a mid gaming pc. ive found some components which seem ok and it all adds up to an alright price.

 

My pc at the moment is a asus cm1735 (http://www.saveonlap...YhTEaAuaO8P8HAQ)

 

will these upgrades fit in the case??? also im aware i will need a new operating system which i can get hold of.

 

https://uk.pcpartpic...sy/saved/TQDV3C

 

and will it be able to run arma 2/3 , battlefield 4, dayz standalone, csgo??

 

 


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I'm not a professional, So don't hold me to this, but it all looks pretty good. The processor is a pretty good gaming processor and it should fit.  So that should work.  The motherboard looks pretty good, and you will have more than enough RAM.  The power supply looks good it should do the job. The video card looks good.  And remember I am NOT A PROFESSIONAL.  So I would have someone else confirm before you buy these parts.


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will these upgrades fit in the case???

i'd be surprised if it did, according to your links the case is 173 mm in length and the card is 170 mm in length so even if it did, which i doubt, it would be very tight.

 

so i'd think you'd probably need a bigger case or smaller gpu, didn't check anything else.

 

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