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would these computer parts work together no problem?

would these parts work together?
Corsair 750 Watts Power Supply
ASUS GeForce GTX 1060 6GB DUAL (DUAL-GTX1060-O6G)
Intel i5-7500
MSI B250 Bazooka Gaming Motherboard
Corsair Vengeance LPX Black 16GB (2×Cool
WD Blue 1TB Hard Drive
BitFenix Comrade

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Clarification Request
Did you check if the board

In reply to: would these computer parts work together no problem?

Some boards arrive with out of date BIOS versions and many builders fear updating. If this is a problem, ask the seller to update for you.

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not the problem

In reply to: Did you check if the board

Thank you but thats not the problem, im just afraid that the part wont fit together on the motherboard and in the chassis

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How do you know it's not a problem?

In reply to: not the problem

I did not google each part. When folk want a check, supply links. My comment is about a common issue I find happen to new builders.

Also, why create another combination. Steal designs that we know work like what is up at
https://www.reddit.com/r/PCMasterRace/wiki/builds

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its a stolen design

In reply to: How do you know it's not a problem?

Its a stolen design allready except that it has a larger power supply and slightly different graphics card and im completely new to this kind of thing so i dont know if those will fit

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PSUs are for the most part standard sizes.

In reply to: its a stolen design

The case takes full size ATX and smaller. Nothing looks wacky but to get folk to check everything you have to do the work for them. Links for example.

What item do you suspect won't fit? The hard drive looks like any other hard drive. If it's a fit question, why is that on your list?

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explanation

In reply to: PSUs are for the most part standard sizes.

the reason that the hard drive is on the list is because im a lazy **** that copied my list,

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Members can be lazy.

In reply to: explanation

So put in a little work.

All the parts look very standard. Without links, I have to work at this. So let's narrow it down to just what you worry about and get those links in here.

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