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This is a good building PC?

Hi guys, i'm wondering if this thing could work when building a brand new PC. ?

Asus H110M-K
I7 7700 Kabby Lake 8MB, Socket 1151, 3.6Ghz
Memory HyperX Fury 2x8 DDR4 2133Mhz CL14 1.2V
EVGA 600W B1 80+ Bronze
GTX 1060 TI
LED TN Asus 21.5" VP228-DE
Kingston A400 960GB SATA 3 2,5"
Corsair 200R
Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit English OEM SP1

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Not a bad start.

This looks like your run of the mill gaming PC. While I would not buy W7 today there are some that are back to XP still.

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I have to comment about PCMR.

If you make a new combination of parts you made a new combination of parts. I prefer builds from PCMR and you can tweak those up. So if you use Intel you see what's on the motherboard CPU list and pick from that. But there's a lot of safety by copying from PCMR. Those are machines that have been made so the kinks are (mostly) worked out.


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Thanks for your answer Happy

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Going to w10 as w7 only has about a yrs worth of support left.

Change the ram to 2400 speed.

Post a link to this video card as it seems to be unique.

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That is a gtx 1060 not a gtx 1060 ti.

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