[SOLVED] Building my own pc, does this work together?

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Yo, looking to build a gaming pc, do these parts work together? Like does the motherboard fit in the case, does the graphics card fit in the motherboard, memory supported ETC.
Thanks a lot if someone could check out if all these parts would work :)
Also let me know if this system is going to be any good, might throw an hdd in there later if I need it.

CPU: Ryzen 5 1600
GPU: GTX 1070 8GB
RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws V 16GB 3200mhz
Motherboard: MSI B350 PC Mate
SSD: Kingston A400 240 GB
PSU: Corsair CX Series CX550 (changed)
Case: Cooler Master MasterBox MB510L
Windows 10 PRO
 
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Captaingadget

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I assume there is a reason you've opted for 1st gen ryzen rather than 3rd gen and a 1070 rather than newer GPU? 240GB isn't much storage, you might want to consider either increasing the SSD to the 480-500GB range or including a HDD as well. Case should be fine, it takes ATX which is what your chosen mobo is.
 
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I assume there is a reason you've opted for 1st gen ryzen rather than 3rd gen and a 1070 rather than newer GPU? 240GB isn't much storage, you might want to consider either increasing the SSD to the 480-500GB range or including a HDD as well. Case should be fine, it takes ATX which is what your chosen mobo is.
As I said in the thread, I might add an hdd later on, ryzen 5 1600 with gtx 1070 shouldn't be a bottleneck and I'm on a budget so and gtx 1070 is from 2016 so should be fine anyways
This build would cost me around 550 Euros to build, would there a better 1080p build?
 

Captaingadget

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For the budget that's build is very good, and should be able to run most things at max or somewhere near at 1080p, just wondered whether you might pick up a ryzen 5 2600 in your budget instead? With the new 3600 being out now there are some cracking good deals to be had on 2600.
 

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