I am building a computer. Will these parts be compatible?

Intel Core i7 3770 Quad Core 3rd Gen Processor - Socket LGA1155 - 3.4GHz (Turbo Boost @ 3.9GHz) - Smart Cache 8MB - Intel HD Graphics 4000 - Hyper-Threading Technology - Ivy Bridge - 22nm - TDP 77W - Fan - Retail Box

ASUS Sabertooth Z77 Motherboard - Thermal Armor & Thermal Radar - Intel LGA1155 Socket - Intel Z77 Chipset - 4x DDR3 Dual Channel DIMM - 2x PCIe 3.0 x16, 1x PCIe 2.0 x16 & 3x PCIe 2.0 x1 - 4x SATA3 & 4x SATA2 - 4x USB3.0 & 4x USB2.0 - DisplayPort - HDMI - Gigabit LAN - 8CH HD Audio - ATX

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 660 Ti WF2 Edition Video Card - GDDR5 2048MB 192-bit - GPU Clocks 941MHz (Boost: 1019MHz) Memory Clocks 6008MHz - PCIe 3.0 - 2x DVI, 1x HDMI & 1x DisplayPort - NVIDIA 3D Vision - NVIDIA PhysX - NVIDIA CUDA - NVIDIA SLI Ready - NVIDIA Surround (GV-N66TWF2-2GD)

G.Skill Ripjaws-X 16GB(2x 8GB) Dual Channel Memory Kit - 240pin DIMM - PC3 - 12800 / DDR3-1600 - CL10 - Unbuffered - Non-Ecc (F3-12800CL10D-16GBXL)

I didn't list things like CD drive, case etc.

Also, how big should my power supply be?

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Did you read this recent post?
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I'd be looking for a single rail 600w unit.
Bigger won't hurt.

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Looks good and agree 600-750W PSU for a gaming

PC is a good range esp if there's a possibility you'll add a second GPU.

Also ....with a gaming PC....good to use a better, more efficient HS Fan. You can check out the options at Xigmatek has some good products .... they work well and aren't bank/budget busters.

Good Luck.


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