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johnwalker
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PC hardware compatible

Post #1 by johnwalker » Thu May 18, 2017 12:59 pm

Please help, I want to order a new pc, but in part. I have heard storys that if they aren't made for eachother sometimes they don't work together. can someone confirm or deny that these parts are good with eachother:
ASUS PRIME H270M-PLUS, socket 1151
Seagate BarraCuda, 2 TB
Corsair Force LE, 240 GB SSD
MSI GeForce GTX 1050 TI GAMING X 4G
Intel® Core i7-6700K, 4,0 GHz (4,2 GHz Turbo Boost) socket 1151 processor
Corsair 8 GB DDR4-2133
Cooler Master B700 Ver.2, 700 Watt
Cooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO
Aerocool Aero-1000, Tower

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
References:https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/pc-hardware-compatible/

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AkselVerg
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Re: PC hardware compatible

Post #2 by AkselVerg » Thu Jun 15, 2017 11:49 am

At first glance, everything will be working fine, the main thing is to properly configure the software and drivers. The only thing I do not understand a bit of such a build. Did you select it for your budget? Or do you simply consider such a configuration the most optimal for your needs? I would add something, and in some cases, if that was my built, I would rather remove some options.
I repeat - I do not know for what needs you are collecting pc, but as for a gaming model I would do the following:
1) Why do you need SSD as much as 240GB? 120GB will suffice you with a head. Especially considering that you will have an additional HDD for 2TB. Further - why Corsair Force LE, its speed of data exchange is average in its category, but the price is higher, as example - even Toshiba OCZ costs 10-15 pounds less and is not inferior in performance. Here a short review on different SSD cards https://www.bestadvisers.co.uk/ssds
2) I agree with the processor - it's the best in my opinion)
3) The video card, well, it's easy to say that the GTX 1050 is now considered one of the best graphics cards, but ... it costs a lot too, I would advise considering the option with GTX 960 4gb, believe me, you will not notice the difference and would save extra pounds). On Wiki, there is an excellent tablet on all GeForce video cards https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_900_series
4) And the last - I'm not sure that you will be satisfied enough with 8GB of RAM given to your build, here surely I can advise you to take two seats on 8GB DDR4.
In general, these are all small comments, and I'm sure you will succeed.
If it's not difficult, please, describe why you chose those particular components in your built. : D

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Re: PC hardware compatible

Post #3 by OverFienD » Thu Jun 15, 2017 5:43 pm

Thanks for the info AkselVerg.
i7-4790k//MSI Z97 MPOWER
8GB G-Skill DDR3-2666//R9 290 Windforce OC

CPU-i3 4130 @3.4//Asrock H81M-ITX
Case-Coolermaster 120
//PNY Geforce 460 GTX 1GB
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AkselVerg
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Re: PC hardware compatible

Post #4 by AkselVerg » Fri Jun 16, 2017 9:00 am

No proplem) I'm certainly not a master of PC assembly, but I went through building own PC so have some experience in this field)

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Re: PC hardware compatible

Post #5 by AkselVerg » Fri Jun 16, 2017 9:01 am

Honestly, all my participation in the assembly was reduced to the fact that I located in the system unit all the details and my brother was already working on software and drivers)


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