Will these PC specs fit and and work together?

  mrhello123 17:56 12 Jan 2013

Hi, 2 days ago I posted a question asking if a set of pc specs would work. I got a lot of very useful and helpful responses. I have carried on looking on the internet and I have found an even better set of specs that only cost a total of £390. I now this isn't very much for a gaming pc but it doesn't include a monitor or wireless keyboard. I already have a copy of windows 7 and office 2012 so I don't need to budget for them. As I said in my last post I will not be playing any games such as BF3 as I play them on my xbox, which I enjoy. I will not be buying the system for a few months as I am going to wait till my birthday and go half on it with my parent. I have been told not to spend more than £450 and my sister is going to be buying my old laptop off me for around £30. Please could somebody tell me if the specs that are listed below would work or if I need to change anything.

CPU: Intel Core i5 3350P 3.1GHz (I know the 3570k is better but I can't afford it) Motherboard: Asus P8B75-V B75 Socket 1155 ATX GPU: XFX DD Core Edition Radeon HD 7770 1GB GDDR5 HDD: Seagate 500GB 7200RPM DVD-RW 24x Liteon IHAS124 OEM RAM: 8GB Corsair DDR3 1333MHz Wi-Fi: Dynamode WL-700-11NX 300MBPS Case: CiT Black Ops ATX Case with 500W PSU (this case, unlike the others that I ahve looked at says that it's motherboard Form factor is only ATX, with the case form factor being Micro ATX)

Also if anybody knows anywhere to get cheap 1080p monitors for the uk.

Thanks in advance.

  finerty 06:25 14 Jan 2013

i would suggest, post this to your original query and close this one as it can get confusing between different subject posts, tick the box resolved and use the original post

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