Question Computer part compatibility

Jul 17, 2019
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Hey so I'm new to this whole PC thing and I have found out that building a PC is usually better than buying a pre-built one. I have all my parts picked out, but I wanted conformation that these parts will all be compatible with each other.
 
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and what are the parts?
Case: DEEPCOOL MATREXX 55 ADD-RGB Case, E-ATX Supported, Motherboard or Button Control of SYNC of 5V 3-pin Addressable RGB Devices of Any Brands, 4mm Full Sized Tempered Glass

Motherboard: MSI Performance Gaming AMD X470 Ryzen 2 AM4 DDR4 Onboard Graphics CFX ATX Motherboard (X470 Gaming Plus)

CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor with Radeon Vega 8 Graphics

GPU:
MSI Computer Video Graphic Cards GeForce GTX 1050 TI Gaming X 4G

RAM: Corsair CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10B Vengeance Blue 16 GB (2x8 GB) DDR3 1600MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory 1.5V

Storage Device: Toshiba HDTB410XK3AA Canvio Basics 1TB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0, Black

Cooling: LEDdess RGB LED 120mm Case Fan with Controller for PC Cases, CPU Coolers, Radiators System (3pcs RGB Fans, 2pcs led Strips, 2nd Gen RF Remote Control, A Series)

PSU: ROSEWILL Computer Modular Power Supply, 80 Plus Gold 700w Gaming PSU, ATX 12v/ 3 Year Warranty (LEPTON 700)
 
May 8, 2019
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Well, that motherboard works, but I think you would save money on a B450 gaming plus. Also, you have DDR3 on the list, but Ryzen uses DDR4. I recommend 3000MHz DDR4 for the 2200g. Also, you're using an external hard drive. What you need is a 3.5in internal hard drive. At least 7200rpm. Also, I think you would need a maximum 600w PSU, 700 is excessive. Hope I wasn't too late!
 
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Well, that motherboard works, but I think you would save money on a B450 gaming plus. Also, you have DDR3 on the list, but Ryzen uses DDR4. I recommend 3000MHz DDR4 for the 2200g. Also, you're using an external hard drive. What you need is a 3.5in internal hard drive. At least 7200rpm. Also, I think you would need a maximum 600w PSU, 700 is excessive. Hope I wasn't too late!
No you were not late, thank you so much.
Oh and I have one more question, you said the 700w was excessive, but the only reason I went with the 700w was because there is a deal going on in amazon where the 600w and the 700w are actually the same price. If I get the 700w will there be problems with the computer or were you just concerned on price?
 
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