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I'm going to be building a gaming PC with my friend and was wondering if this parts list is compatible/could use improvement.

swifteralex

My friend has a $625 budget, so I picked out a build that would best suit how much he's going to spend. Here's the parts list:

 

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/HxF7t6

 

Before we build it, I want to know if it could be improved (while staying in the budget range) or if the build will have any incompatibilities. We wouldn't want to have all the parts ready and find out that something went wrong. Thanks  :)

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That is an extremely solid build.

I3-4150 | Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 | 8GB KINGSTON FURY RAM | MSI Z97-G43 | HYPERX FURY 120GB SSD SAPPHIRE HD7950 VAPOR-X | Phanteks Enthoo Pro M | EVGA 500W | Corsair SP120's w/ NZXT Fan Hub

Plans: I5-4690K || EVGA GS 650W | KINGSTON FURY 8GB RAM  PCPARTPICKER: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/

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That is an extremely solid build.

That's good to hear. I haven't built a computer yet, but I guess I know how to pick the parts pretty well :P

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That's good to hear. I haven't built a computer yet, but I guess I know how to pick the parts pretty well :P

Not bad. On this budget I wouldn't worry too much about an ssd.(Although if you can fit one, by all means) I'd personally see if I could find a different psu (Preferably from xfx, antec, or seasonic) but the one in the build should suffice.

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