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Well, this is my first time when i'm buying PC by parts.

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2015 12:35 pm
by Grube
Alright i have this motherboard(MB B150 S1151 MATX/B150M PRO-VD MSI) in shop they told me its new, and very good, i don't know if it is, next is i have this Graphic Card (Direct Cu II) i don't know if it goes in that motherboard. Also i have Ram(This one: MEMORY DIMM 8GB PC17000 DDR4/FURY HX421C14FB/8 KINGSTON) Then i have this CPU(INTEL Core I5-6400 2,7GHz LGA1151 Box). I have a CASE: Zalman Z3 Then i have this PSU, i don't know if it can hold this (FSP AURUM S 600W 90+ (80PLUS GOLD)/ ATX v2.31/ EPS v2.92/ Silent Fluid Dynamic Bearing 120mm FAN/ Active PFC/ +12V Single Rail Design/ 2013 ErP/EuP) So i need a help, I don't know if it will run. So yea i complected this PC by my self, so tell some mistakes before i bought those Parts

Re: Well, this is my first time when i'm buying PC by parts.

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2015 1:21 pm
by Peter
Give us more info on the GPU.

Re: Well, this is my first time when i'm buying PC by parts.

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2015 1:59 pm
by Aztec.is back
If you want a Great GPU For High Graphics games like Grand theft auto v you need Gtx 970 to able to run it at ULTRA Settings ofc and you need cpu I7 (if you need a gaming pc).

Re: Well, this is my first time when i'm buying PC by parts.

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2015 2:45 pm
by Grube

Re: Well, this is my first time when i'm buying PC by parts.

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2015 11:14 pm
by Peter
Aztec.is back wrote:If you want a Great GPU For High Graphics games like Grand theft auto v you need Gtx 970 to able to run it at ULTRA Settings ofc and you need cpu I7 (if you need a gaming pc).
You just proved ur an idiot.
The difference between an i5 and i7 (for desktop) is simply hyperthreading. I5's are actually better in this case.

Regarding the GPU, you got a GTX 560 which is ancient. I didnt check the case but all the other parts shoukd fit.

What is the form factor of the motherboard and what is the maximum size the case can handle?

Re: Well, this is my first time when i'm buying PC by parts.

Posted: Mon Dec 07, 2015 6:53 am
by Grube
I didn't get ya. I can make pics about this case. I bought it before 2 days. Also, what GPU then i need? I don't want to get expencive GPU

Re: Well, this is my first time when i'm buying PC by parts.

Posted: Thu Dec 10, 2015 6:34 pm
by Grube
Meh, do you need those pictures?

Re: Well, this is my first time when i'm buying PC by parts.

Posted: Fri Dec 11, 2015 11:13 pm
by Peter
Read the specifications of the case, what form factor motherboard fits into it.

Re: Well, this is my first time when i'm buying PC by parts.

Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2015 7:38 pm
by Grube
I read it , but nothing was wrote about it...


Edit: Hmm, i don't know if this is the real one.



Motherboard Compatibility: Standard ATX / Micro ATX

Re: Well, this is my first time when i'm buying PC by parts.

Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2015 6:41 pm
by Grube
Maybe i can Switch this CPUCI3 3900/4M S1151 BX/6320 BX80662I36320 S R2H9 IN with This one? (INTEL Core I5-6400 2,7GHz LGA1151 Box)