Question advice on new build compatibility

ezover

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looking to build from scratch and to be honest I know how to push the on button.

currently I have a few questions,

1: will the parts in this system work are there any compatibility issues?

2: anything you think I should change?

3: I want to spread the cost of the system out over a few months, would there be a issue with
using the evga gtx 1070 from my current system until I get the new graphics card in a few months?

4: i guess i have one more question do i need 240, 260 or 288 pin for the ram?

I did post this question on a different forum, but I have always received good advice on this site
so I posted it here also.

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RealBeast

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288 pin is the standard for desktop DDR4, and all brands follow the standard.
Yes, your current GPU will work fine.
Your parts look to be compatible.

I'm sure that you will get comments from others on specific choices, not so much my thing.
 

ezover

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288 pin is the standard for desktop DDR4, and all brands follow the standard.
Yes, your current GPU will work fine.
Your parts look to be compatible.

I'm sure that you will get comments from others on specific choices, not so much my thing.
thank you for the reply, it helps me to make the jump on buying the parts.
 

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