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Hello,

Can anyone confirm that this build will work? i.e. the components are all compatible.

Corsair Carbide SPEC-M2 MicroATX Gaming Case
Intel Coffee Lake Core i5 8600K Unlocked 6-Core CPU
Asus H110M-A/M.2 Intel H110 M-ATX Motherboard
1x4GB Corsair Value Select DDR4 2666MHz RAM
600W Thermaltake: Smart RGB Power PSU - 80 Plus; Non Modular; Fan Hub
240GB Corsair Force Series MP300 M.2 SSD

I've managed to price it at £463 so far. I've still to choose a graphics card and cooler.

Thank you!
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Intel - Core i5-8600K 3.6GHz 6-Core Processor and ASRock - H110M-ITX/ac Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard are not compatible.

I recommend using pcpartpicker to create a parts list that has a compatibility feature. As well as, it shows the cheapest websites that offer the parts.
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looks fine but the motherboard has to be i believe its a z370 or z270 or something
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No.

I'd recommend using TTG advice to help you build your PC. This way, you're at least going to get parts that actually fit and make sense to work together for your specific needs.

Fill this out below and we'll help you further

What is your budget and currency?
Do you need a monitor?
Are you interested in competitive gaming?
Do you need a keyboard & Mouse
Do you need an operating system?
What will you use the PC for?
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Adam wrote No.

I'd recommend using TTG advice to help you build your PC. This way, you're at least going to get parts that actually fit and make sense to work together for your specific needs.

Fill this out below and we'll help you further

What is your budget and currency?
Do you need a monitor?
Are you interested in competitive gaming?
Do you need a keyboard & Mouse
Do you need an operating system?
What will you use the PC for?


Hey Adam, thank you!

What is your budget and currency? 1000$ (New Zealand)
Do you need a monitor? No
Are you interested in competitive gaming? Only FSX so an Intel CPU would be best.
Do you need a keyboard & Mouse? No
Do you need an operating system? No
What will you use the PC for? Flight Simulator and web browsing

Thanks again buddy.
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