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First PC Build - Compatibility Issues?

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  1. username 01 New Member

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    Hi, I am building my first computer and am posting this not to ask you "is this a sweet build" but just to check before I buy all the parts in case of compatibility issues. I think I may have an issue with the motherboard not being compatible with the case, but not sure.
    Thanks.

    Power Supply:
    Black 500W PSU - With 12cm Blue LED Fan 20+4pin 1x...

    Motherboard:
    http://www.amazon.co_uk/dp/B003DM5CH8/?tag=tec053-21

    Processor:
    http://www.amazon.co_uk/dp/B003N1A5W6/?tag=tec053-21

    RAM:
    http://www.amazon.co_uk/dp/B003ZDJ42O/?tag=tec053-21

    Hard Drive:
    http://www.amazon.co_uk/dp/B00461G3MS/?tag=tec053-21

    DVD:
    LiteOn iHAS124-19 24x DVD±RW DL & RAM SATA.. | Ebu...

    Case:
    Casecom 6788 All Black Case | Ebuyer.com

    Graphics Card:
    Asus HD 5670 1GB GDDR5 DVI VGA HDMI Out PCI-E Grap...
     
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    Everything looks fine
     
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    Yup looks peachy. Directly to your case concern....Micro-ATX motherboard. Case fits both Micro-ATX and ATX motherboards. It is just a matter of installing the risers in a different place for two of them;)
     
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    My basic rule of power supplies is as follows:

    If it has pretty or flashy lights on it then it is trying to compensate for other (and far more important) things that it doesn't have.
     

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