Dec 27, 2023
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Hey I’m new to pc gaming and I was wondering if these specs were compatible

Kingston NV2 1TB M.2 2280 NVMe Internal SSD | PCIe 4.0 Gen 4x4 | Up to 3500 MB/s | SNV2S/1000G​

CORSAIR 4000D AIRFLOW Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Case - High-Airflow - Cable Management System - Spacious Interior - Two Included 120 mm Fans - Black​

XFX Speedster SWFT210 Radeon RX 7600 Graphics Card with 8GB GDDR6 HDMI 3xDP, AMD RDNA 3 RX-76PSWFTFY​

Intel Core i5-13600KFDesktop Processor 14 cores (6 P-cores + 8 E-cores) - Unlocked​

MSI PRO Z790-S WiFi ProSeries Motherboard (Supports 12th/13th Gen Intel Processors, LGA 1700, DDR5, PCIe 5.0, M.2, 2.5Gbps LAN, USB 3.2 Gen2, Wi-Fi 6E, ATX)​

DeepCool GAMMAXX AG400 BK ARGB CPU Air Cooler All-Black 5V-3Pin Sync 220w TDP 6mm x 4 Copper Heat Pipes with 120mm Fan PWM 2000RPM 75.89CFM for Intel LGA 1700/1200/1151/1150/1155 AMD AM5/AM4​

Apevia ATX-PR800W Prestige 800W 80+ Gold Certified, RoHS Compliance, Active PFC ATX Gaming Power Supply​

Kingston Fury Beast RGB 16GB (2x8GB) 3200MT/s DDR4 CL16 Desktop Memory Kit of 2 KF432C16BBAK2/16​

The best thing is to use pcpartpicker that will check compatibility.

Your motherboard uses DDR5 ram but you've specified DDR4 Ram. These aren't compatible.

Most DDR5 kits come as 32GB(2x16GB) so you get more ram but it will be more expensive.

I've never heard of Apevia as a PSU manufacturer and only a few show up on pcpartpicker. A PSU is not something you want to skimp on. Go with something like a Corsair RM850e.
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