[SOLVED] new build compatibility issue

thewisecarver

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There have been many changes since my last build 10yrs ago. I swapped out a PSU and it hasn't booted, RIP. I need a new PC anyway and am excited about a new build. These are the parts I have so far. After some review, it looks like I can't seem to find everything on compatibility lists. Are these items compatible? Also, it shows a max capacity of 128 GB on MB but is only 64GB available through DDR5? Thoughts on RAM, GPU, or anything really would be helpful. Thanks, everyone!


ASUS ROG Strix Z690-F Gaming WiFi 6E LGA1700(Intel 12th Gen) ATX Gaming Motherboard(PCIe 5.0,DDR5,16+1 Power Stages,2.5Gb LAN,BT v5.2,Thunderbolt 4,4xM.2,Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 Type-C Connector)

Corsair 4000D Airflow Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX PC Case - Black


ASUS Dual NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 V2 OC Edition 12GB GDDR6 Gaming Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 12GB GDDR6 Memory, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a, 2-Slot Design, Axial-tech Fan Design, 0dB Technology)

Intel Core i9-12900K Desktop Processor 16 (8P+8E) Cores up to 5.2 GHz Unlocked LGA1700 600 Series Chipset 125W
 

Lafong

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Motherboard, case, and CPU certainly appear compatible. I'd guess video card too, but I don't game.

Do you have any particular reason to want DDR 5?

Do you have an over-riding need for more than 32 GB RAM?

I'd start seriously thinking about cooling if you want an i9. Air versus liquid.
 
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Lafong

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Motherboard, case, and CPU certainly appear compatible. I'd guess video card too, but I don't game.

Do you have any particular reason to want DDR 5?

Do you have an over-riding need for more than 32 GB RAM?

I'd start seriously thinking about cooling if you want an i9. Air versus liquid.
 
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thewisecarver

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Motherboard, case, and CPU certainly appear compatible. I'd guess video card too, but I don't game.

Do you have any particular reason to want DDR 5?

Do you have an over-riding need for more than 32 GB RAM?

I'd start seriously thinking about cooling if you want an i9. Air versus liquid.
Thanks for the input! I will need to do some training video editing soon. Other than that no real reason other than being overpowered. :)

For cooling I am considering either of these:

Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 (BK022)

or

Noctua NH-D15 chromax.Black, Dual-Tower CPU Cooler (140mm, Black)
 

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