[SOLVED] PC components compatibility

CVJ

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I am going to build my first PC very soon and would like to know whether the parts i chose are compatible.
This is the parts list: https://in.pcpartpicker.com/list/yh7tcY
Now the main thing i am worried about is the PSU and the UPS. Someone i know told me that the UPS i chose is not going to be enough. Also while i am not adding a Graphics card currently, i will buy a RX560 or GTX 1050TI next year. Will the current PSU and UPS be enough then? Not expecting anything great but at around 10 mins battery backup would be good.
 
Do you have in your budget the ability to go to this PSU? https://www.amazon.in/dp/B077GCHN1F/?tag=pcp03-21 It is far superior PSU to the one you are looking at using.

For the UPS your run time will be highly dependent on system load. Looking at their graph, you would get 10 minutes at a 150W load. https://www.apc.com/shop/in/en/products/APC-Back-UPS-600-230V-without-auto-shutdown-software-India/P-BX600CI-IN If you don't think you will be using more than 150W then you will be good for about 10 minutes, however, if you are going to be loading it higher than that you will need a bigger UPS. This is a much larger PSU so are the same load level it will run longer. https://www.apc.com/shop/in/en/products/APC-Back-UPS-2000VA-Without-Battery-with-Selectable-Charger-and-Flooded-SMF-Compatible-230V-India/P-BX2000UXI However, the bigger the PSU the more expensive it is.
 
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CVJ

Jul 30, 2019
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Ouch... both of them will be waayy over my budget. I am okay with 10 min or slightly less backup time as i don't plan on using my PC on battery power for anything other just to quickly close everything and shut it down. As for the PSU, is there any little bit cheaper alternative? I can get the better one but will have to give up the headset i am planning to buy:(
 

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