Are these all compatible?? (budget build)

(CPU)
Amd Ryzen 3 1200 3.1-3.4ghz 4 Core

(Motherboard)
MSI A320M PRO-VD/S (7A36-020)

(Graphics Card)
Galax GTX 1060 EXOC White 6gb

(Hard Drive)
Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB WD10EZEX

(Memory)
Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB Single DDR4 2400 CL14 (CMK8GX4M1A2400C14)

(Power Supply)
Seasonic S12II 520W 80PLUS Bronze ATX

(Case)
Tecware Edge

I was hoping for Tecware F3 since it's cheaper and it takes a small amount of space for my desk
but i'm too worried if my components doesn't work or incompatible sizes for the case

thanks!
Reply to adriane_1
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  1. The motherboard you choose is uATX form factor, you may build it into a smaller case.
    Answering your question, the components are compatible.

    Do you plan to use no SSD?
    Reply to zoltan.boese
  2. Yes, You are Good to Go for a Really Nice Built.
    I Would have Used Corsair psu Instead of Seasonic!
    Happy Gaming
    Reply to Viking2141
  3. zoltan.boese said:
    The motherboard you choose is uATX form factor, you may build it into a smaller case.
    Answering your question, the components are compatible.

    Do you plan to use no SSD?

    Maybe in the future but ill be using the ssd for booting tho
    Reply to adriane_1
  4. Viking2141 said:
    Yes, You are Good to Go for a Really Nice Built.
    I Would have Used Corsair psu Instead of Seasonic!
    Happy Gaming

    Corsair's PSU is weak.... they said they preferred seasonic over corsair... so i just followed the guides, i'll appreciate recommendations for corsair's PSU, thanks! for the answer :)
    Reply to adriane_1
  5. adriane_1 said:
    Viking2141 said:
    Yes, You are Good to Go for a Really Nice Built.
    I Would have Used Corsair psu Instead of Seasonic!
    Happy Gaming

    Corsair's PSU is weak.... they said they preferred seasonic over corsair... so i just followed the guides, i'll appreciate recommendations for corsair's PSU, thanks! for the answer :)


    What is wrong with Seasonic? The bronze efficiency?
    Staying in the same price range you can pick a Corsair CX 550 or spending a bit more an RM 550
    For comparison with Seasonic here is a thread http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-2145734/seasonic-s12ii-bronze-520w-corsair-cx500m-500w.html
    Reply to zoltan.boese
  6. adriane_1 said:
    Viking2141 said:
    Yes, You are Good to Go for a Really Nice Built.
    I Would have Used Corsair psu Instead of Seasonic!
    Happy Gaming

    Corsair's PSU is weak.... they said they preferred seasonic over corsair... so i just followed the guides, i'll appreciate recommendations for corsair's PSU, thanks! for the answer :)


    It is a good build. I too prefer the Seasonic over the Corsair.

    One thing I would definitely go with a 350 chipset motherboard.
    I don't know the case, but like the other parts.
    Reply to bjornl
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