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I want to build my own Gaming Pc.

I already know which parts to buy and have the money for them. My question is, are these Pc parts all compatible with each other and is the PSU good enough or to weak?
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Pc Parts:

EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC
https://www.amazon.de/GeForce-1080-SC-3-0-K%C3%BChlung-Express-Grafikkarte/dp/B01GBX8X5S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1512499315&sr=8-2&keywords=EVGA+SuperClocked+2+GTX+1070

Acer XF270HBMJDPRZ 69 cm (27 Zoll) LED-Monitor
https://www.amazon.de/Acer-DisplayPort-Reaktionszeit-H%C3%B6henverstellbar-FreeSync/dp/B01684HUUE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1512499435&sr=8-1&keywords=Acer%2BXFA240&th=1

CSL Optische USB Gaming Mice
https://www.otto.de/p/csl-optische-usb-gaming-maus-nezar-mit-rgb-beleuchtung-600023847/#variationId=600023848

Mechanical Gaming keyboard (QWERTZ)
https://www.amazon.de/dp/B01MSQR2J0?aaxitk=ebAq8f-s8UOqQHGT1Rv8gw&pd_rd_i=B01MSQR2J0&hsa_cr_id=6730470620202

ASRock (90-MXB3Q0-A0UAYZ Motherboard Intel Z270
https://www.amazon.de/ASRock-90-MXB3Q0-A0UAYZ-Motherboard-Z270-schwarz/dp/B01NCEGBY5/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1512581633&sr=8-1&keywords=as+rock+z270

EVGA 220-G2-0750-X2 PSU 750W PSU
https://www.amazon.de/dp/B01AKWU2NW/ref=psdc_430176031_t2_B014JNH3BC

Enso RGB Midi-Tower, Tempered Glass - schwarz
https://www.caseking.de/bitfenix-enso-rgb-midi-tower-tempered-glass-schwarz-gebf-187.html

Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2400C16 Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) (DDR4 2400MHz)
https://www.amazon.de/dp/B017NW5NZY/ref=psdc_430178031_t3_B0134EW7G8

Corsair Hydro Series H100i v2, AIO Cooler
https://www.alternate.de/html/product/1243048?gclid=CjwKCAiAx57RBRBkEiwA8yZdUAeDYNaRkPhGxtYrQBa--7gNf_ZeKFssyqWOtQZsrSHO7Fk3vcSPYBoCGSYQAvD_BwE

Intel Core i7-7700K Processor
https://www.amazon.de/Intel-Generation-Turbo-Boost-Technik-Smart-Cache-Intel-Extreme-Memory-Profile-Spezifikation/dp/B01LTI1JEM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1512575551&sr=8-1&keywords=Intel+Core+i7-7700k

Are they all compatible? :3
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  1. Nope. You need Z270 motherboard for that CPU. Plus, you forgot about storage. But PSU is good.
    Reply to DRagor
  2. PSU is more than enough for that build and good quality.
    All parts are compatible
    Reply to Snipergod87
  3. Yes, now it will work, but still the question about drives - do you have any old HDD/SSD to put in this build?
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  4. DRagor said:
    Nope. You need Z270 motherboard for that CPU. Plus, you forgot about storage. But PSU is good.


    yeaa just changed that link cuz it was from my ryzen build xD
    Yep. Z270 MB is in my List
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  5. I personally would suggest looking at either and I5-8400, i5-8600k or i7-8700k, you will need a Z370 motherboard though, more cores and better bang for your buck with an 8400 and 8600k
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  6. DRagor said:
    Yes, now it will work, but still the question about drives - do you have any old HDD/SSD to put in this build?


    Right now I'm using my old laptop which has a Gt 540M in it xD. Yep, I do have a new ssd in that Laptop which I'm planing to swap. Into the new Build. No HDD yet but I wanna buy a seagate sshd with 1 TB.

    https://www.bueromarkt-ag.de/festplatte_seagate_firecuda_sshd_st1000lx015,p-67624,l-google-prd,pd-b2c.html?gclid=CjwKCAiAx57RBRBkEiwA8yZdULf6t32xSldjQqm2hTQtrEdnWHv3gVw7SAIgKX8l3NRELKMUgdWTtBoCEPQQAvD_BwE
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  7. Snipergod87 said:
    I personally would suggest looking at either and I5-8400, i5-8600k or i7-8700k, you will need a Z370 motherboard though, more cores and better bang for your buck with an 8400 and 8600k


    Oh wow. The i7-8700k is way over my bugdet xD. But the i5-8600k... good price... Is it better for gaming then the i7-7700k?
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  8. Best answer
    The Acer monitor you chose supports freesync but the Nvidia graphics do not. Read up on nvidia g-sync proprietary equivalent. Acer probably has a g-sync monitor. Shop wisely for a monitor because it is what you look at ultimately.

    Also - consider a 1080ti if you plan a 2560x1440 or greater monitor.

    7700k is what I have. Prepare yourself for a higher temps at performance. (I don't overclock - but its fast to begin with.)
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  9. ehmkec said:
    The Acer monitor you chose supports freesync but the Nvidia graphics do not. Read up on nvidia g-sync proprietary equivalent. Acer probably has a g-sync monitor.

    Also - consider a 1080ti if you plan a 2560x1440 or greater monitor.

    7700k is what I have. Prepare yourself for a higher temps at performance. (I don't overclock - but its fast to begin with.)


    I read somewhere in the forums that G-sync only effects low end cpus or gpus. Apparantly there is no visible screen tearing with high fps and 144 hz.
    And I only have a budget of around 2000 Euros
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  10. look at this xD. The Z370-P Mb alone costs 147,90 Euros. The I5-8600k costs 272,90 Euros. Both prices together are 431,48 Euros (Plus Shipping).
    And there is a boundle for both Z370-P Mb and i5-8600k for only 406 Euros (Plus Shipping).
    Well... The boundle is healthier for my Wallet xD
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  11. One thing that is very nice about 8600K is that is overclocks more easily and at lower temps then 7700K.
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  12. 8600K is a better CPU in my opinion, you lose 2 thread's compared to the 7700k, but you gain to physical cores which are much better.
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  13. Snipergod87 said:
    8600K is a better CPU in my opinion, you lose 2 thread's compared to the 7700k, but you gain to physical cores which are much better.


    Thank you for the advice xD
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  14. ehmkec said:
    The Acer monitor you chose supports freesync but the Nvidia graphics do not. Read up on nvidia g-sync proprietary equivalent. Acer probably has a g-sync monitor. Shop wisely for a monitor because it is what you look at ultimately.

    Also - consider a 1080ti if you plan a 2560x1440 or greater monitor.

    7700k is what I have. Prepare yourself for a higher temps at performance. (I don't overclock - but its fast to begin with.)


    Sooo... I have found a moniter with G-Sync and 144Hz. But its 1080p,
    To be honest I think a 1080 SC is more then enough. Full hd is perfect for me :D

    https://www.amazon.de/Acer-XB241Hbmipr-H%C3%B6henverstellbar-Pivot-Funktion-Reaktionszeit/dp/B01AJTVBQI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1512584845&sr=8-1&keywords=144hz+1440p+gsync
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  15. DRagor said:
    One thing that is very nice about 8600K is that is overclocks more easily and at lower temps then 7700K.


    Thank you! I'm gonna buy the 8600k :D
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