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Hello, I'm attempting to build my very first computer. I have done some research and I have a list of parts put together. I'm trying to build a lean mean gaming rig. As far as I know these parts are all compatible. If anyone has any suggestions for better or cheaper parts (or if one of these parts are

Hello, I'm attempting to build my very first computer. I have done some research and I have a list of parts put together. I'm trying to build a lean mean gaming rig. As far as I know these parts are all compatible. If anyone has any suggestions for better or cheaper parts (or if one of these parts are completely useless) I would very much appreciate it.
Thanks in advance, happy holidays!

Comp Part List: https://www.amazon.com/registry/wishlist/1K37OVWDGEOO5/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_an_wl_o_pkAwybHDD2SJH

Best Answer:

Lidl: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.as…

shows

Power consumption: 180W
Recommended Power Supply: 500W

https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-SuperNOVA-Mo… is a higher quality PSU with a 7 year warranty instead of only 5. And it costs less.

Apart from that the build looks good.

Other answer:

Lidl:
Power supply is overkill, cooler isn't that great, and why a $200 case? Replace the power supply with an EVGA SuperNOVA G2 650W or Corsair RM650x, replace the CPU cooler with an H100i v2, and replace the case with something cheaper that still looks nice.
SailorDumb:
looks good to me. Just wanted to point out you can find a sata hdd for about $33/tb if you go in bigger quantities. 1 tb wont last long at all. Esp cause games get pretty big.
AcReppinStp:
change your cpu to intel pentium 2 with 500 mhz of power can you believe it. 500 mhz thats better than the 4.0 ghz. 500 is more than 4. do the math.
A-ron:
Pro tip in the future use pcpartpicker to check compatibility.

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