Building a beast computer - Are all these parts compatible?

So I'm going pretty much all-out in building a PC that I use for everything. I'm -relatively- new to having knowledge of PC parts, so bare with me. I still understand a good bit about computers though. Whether it is daily use or gaming, even server hosting for games, I want to get some opinions and answers for the following:

- Are the parts all compatible? (I've checked and they look to be, but I need a more would appreciate a experienced person to help.

- The processor comes with a cpu cooler. Is it really worth using it? And if not, is the one I have selected necessary?

- My estimated power supply requirement is 788w, will a 1000w PSU work for all these parts? I want it to be fully modular, too.

- I am trying to minimize the number of merchants i'm buying from. If I buy only from Amazon and Newegg, can I pay monthly for the parts on either or both? I cannot pay all of this in full at once.

Here is a list of the parts and prices (Please be nice in your reply if you do :P):

Processor = AMD FX-4350 4.2GHz Quad Core $128.99 from Amazon

CPU Cooler (May be too good) = Cooler Master Seidon 120M 86.2 CFM Liquid $64.99 from Newegg

Motherboard = Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z ATX AM3+ $234.99

Memory = Corsair Vengeance 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 $329.99 from Newegg

Primary Storage = Crucial M500 120GB 2.5" SSD $69.99 from Amazon

Secondary Storage = Toshiba 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM HDD $86.00 from Amazon

Graphics = Dual EVGA GeForce GTX 780 3GB 2-way SLI $1059.99 from Newegg

Case = Cooler Master Storm Stryker (White) ATX Full Tower $159.99 from Newegg

Power Supply = Silverstone Strider Plus 1000W 80+ Silver Fully-Modular ATX $183.60 from Amazon

Optical Drive = LG UH12NS30 Blu-Ray Reader, DVD/CD Writer $49.99 from Newegg

Operating System = Microsoft Windows 8.1 (OEM) (64-bit) $99.99 from Newegg

Sound Card (may not need) = Asus Xonar DS 24-bit 192 KHz Sound Card $49.99 from Newegg

Wi-Fi (not sure if needed) = Asus PCE-N53 802.11a/b/g/n PCI-Express x1 Wi-Fi Adapter $38.99 from Newegg

I also have a few other things not listed here, the ENTIRE build is a total of $3028.40

Link to the page where I have all parts listed (in case you need more info)


Just noticed I typed "I need a more would appreciate a experienced person to help" Sorry about that.

Update 2:

Please refer to the link I provided for the updated build info. The list I manually wrote above is now outdated

3 Answers

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    they look ok

    I recommend getting the

    GIGABYTE GA-990FXA-UD3 AM3+ AMD 990FX SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard

    AMD FD8320FRHKBOX FX-8320 FX-Series 8-Core Black Edition

    Corsair Carbide Series Black 300R Mid-Tower Computer Case (CC-9011014-WW)

    WD Blue 1 TB Desktop Hard Drive: 3.5 Inch, 7200 RPM, SATA 6 Gb/s, 64 MB Cache - WD10EZEX

    Corsair Builder Series CX 600 Watt ATX/EPS 80 PLUS (CX600)

    E-3lue Cobra EMS109BK High Precision Gaming Mouse with Side Control 1600dpi

    Team Vulcan 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory (Yellow Heat Spreader) Model TLYD38G1600HC9DC01

    BenQ XL2420Z 24-Inch Screen LED-Lit Professional Gaming Monitor

    This is my pc built.

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  • nick
    Lv 6
    6 years ago

    just ignore ron, he posts that garbage setup on every single pc build thread.

    for the money youre much better off doing an intel build if youre pushing nvidia hardware. an overclocked 4670k would be plenty for most applications, but for you if you dont want to deal with overclocking just look for a 4770 non k version, that cpu outperforms the amd 9590 5ghz 8 core for $50 less and less than half the power consumption

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  • 6 years ago

    Umm, you are going to be *hugely* bottlenecked by the CPU. Who in the blue hell tries to push a a pair of GTX 780's with a FX-4xxx? Good lord.

    32GB of RAM is an absolute waste. 16GB is more than enough.

    Microsoft took hardware accelerated sound of out DirectX years ago, these days, in games, the sound is emulated via software (the CPU handles it), so discrete sound cards are pointless for gaming.

    If you're going to drop $3k on a computer, you might as well do an Intel build

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