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Is this PC Setup Compatible/ Good?


archpreston

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I recently purchased these items for my custom PC setup, are they compatible together and are they good for the price?

Motherboard and CPU AND RAM Bundle - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-AMD-14...item1c1b58dc0e

Case - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Envizage-1...item1c2121b680

Hard Drive - http://www.codemicro.com/store/produ...0820as-New.php

Graphics Card - http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/1119...-gb-gddr5.html

Also is that all I need, I read something about thermal paste and will I need to purchase additional cables?

Thanks, Archie

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KRONOS the First

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None of your links work,its not your fault it the ridiculous way posting a link is done here.

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archpreston

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KRONOS the First

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A total of just under £200 + postage. As a basic PC it is fine. You will need an optical drive (CD/DVD) but there only around £10-£12.You will not need thermal paste as the Mobo bundle comes assembled and as far as I can see you have the necessary cables also.

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