May 12, 2020
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I'm new to this forum and to the PC community but would really like to get started. I have parts picked out for my first PC build and to the best of my knowledge everything's compatible and would fit pretty nicely. Would it be overkill to ask a few people to check if everything's compatible? I'd hate to buy $1,000 worth of parts and realize I bought the wrong CPU or have a GPU that isn't compatible with my motherboard or too big for my case.
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Always a wise plan to get a 2nd (or 3rd or 4th!) pair of eyes :)

Check out this for suggestions on the information it's useful to give about needs and use-case for your system:

And if buying components to assemble yourself, often best to post them in a list on
(although unlike what the PC Gamer guide says, don't limit it to Amazon and Newegg but the stores you intend to use, with real prices)


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