First time pc build. Are parts compatible?

Hey guys i'm thinking of building a pc sometime soon, I just want to make sure all these parts will work fine together.

Part list:

- Bitfenix Prodigy M


- Intel i5-4670K LGA 1150

- CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX650 650W PSU

- EVGA 04G-P4-3776-KR GTX 770 4GB ACX Cooler

- G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB (2 x 4GB)

- Western Digital WD10EZEX 1TB 7200 RPM


- Windows 7

I am almost positive these parts will work together, I just want to make sure before I buy. The only thing I worry about is the GPU not fitting in the Prodigy M.

in short, yes

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You can't overclock on the B85, so why get a 4670K? No point in a 4GB 770 if you are gaming at 1080p. Looks decent overall.

Not sure about the physical space but i can point out some stuff.

1. You shouldn't be getting an unlocked processor("K") for that motherboard chipset. The unlocked processor are better off on a Z87 chipset where it can be unleashed. Try getting a i5 4670? Unless you made a typo above.

2.I'm not entirely sure on this but any reason you need a GPU with 4gb ram? You probably won't be using that much.What resolution and how many screens are you going to utilize?

Okay thanks, I didn't pay much attention to the motherboard and I will change it to one with Z87 chipset. I will change the GPU to the 2Gb version and put that money towards the motherboard do to the fact I will only be using 1 1080p monitor. Do you think this motherboard will be fine?

Before i do recommend anything,would you be overclocking in the first place? If this machine is for gaming and general purpose movies and interwebs, you don't necessarily need to OC.

I may get flak for that but my reasoning is that the GPU bears the grunt of gaming,not the cpu. You may or may not agree with me on this but i thought you should know this first.

Yes I know the GPU bears the grunt of gaming but i would like to overclock my cpu because I will be editing videos and using photoshop from time to time, I should of mentioned that I will be doing that besides only gaming. I'm not to extreme into editing so I thought that would do me fine along with the ram I picked out.

I did a build with the Prodigy M. It works pretty good, but it is kind of a cramped case. Here is the video that I posted on YouTube of my experience and thoughts of using that case.

I've been led to believe that the Extreme line from Asrock was the most favored amongst users.The Z77 Ext4 won a slew of awards.The Z87 is winning them as well. That may sound lame but counts for something,right?

Cool man, thanks!