How Do You Know Your PC Parts Are Compatible? – Beginners Compatibility Guide 2017



A subscriber of mine left a comment saying how lost she was when it came to compatibility. She’s familiar with PCPartPicker, but he wanted to know for himself, which is a smart decision. So in turn I created a beginners compatibility guide to the basics of knowing how to know if your PC parts are compatible.

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47 thoughts on “How Do You Know Your PC Parts Are Compatible? – Beginners Compatibility Guide 2017”

  1. 04:52 so RAM will be automatically reduce its speed
    Question: does this also apply on CPU processor?

    please i need answer pretty noobish 😀

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  2. I put my pc parts on pcpartpicker and there is a warning that says “Warning!Some AMD B450 chipset motherboards may need a BIOS update prior to using Matisse CPUs. Upgrading the BIOS may require a different CPU that is supported by older BIOS revisions.” What does that mean???

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  3. Did the geforce gtx 1650 4gb GDDR5 or gigabyte gv n105t0c work with asrock b450 motherboard and ryzen 7 2700x with nzxt h510 and lastly corsair rm750 psu
    With no problem
    Please reply I really need the answer as I am building

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  4. I have an old pre-built Acer desktop from 2014 (Acer aspire TC-605) that came without a dedicated gpu. I would like to upgrade and attach a gtx 1660ti. So if I understand this video correctly all I need to do is upgrade an adequate power supply (500W?), make sure there is enough clearance for the gpu, and have it connect to proper PCIE connector?

    Ill paypal someone $15 to help me 😀 …pls

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  5. You just saved our money. I was about to buy expensive parts that were not even compatible with each other. Thank you so much!

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  6. Could you do a video about all the screws u need when you’re gonna build a pc and if the screws come with the parts?

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  7. JD, is it all depending on the sizes, socket thing when it comes to mobo, cpu, and gpu? What about the capacity of each that effects the overall performance of a gaming pc?

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  8. Can I have two packets of ram for example a pack of 16gb 2×8 3200 and another one to make 32gb. Can I do that?

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  9. Unfortunately the socket type of the processor and the chipset isn't always guarantee for a working PC. Especially on the Amd platform the motherboard must have sometimes the lateat bios in order to work with the processor or memory. The motherboard come with compatibility lists which make it even more complex.

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  10. I’m currently building my pc right now. I’ve got everything finished except my gpu. The pc is fully built but I put in a ddr3 gpu in for the meantime that way I can still do things like school work. When I turn on my monitor it says no signal.

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  11. I’ve been looking into building a pc for the first time and I know quite a bit about pc parts but not compatibility I’ve made a list of parts from a budget build by Linus and have chosen to upgrade some parts to a higher tier Andy friend who’s a pc god told me to make sure I check compatibility which led me here, thanks for this informative guide this has really helped me

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  12. Can you make a video on what the names of motherboards and processors.. and or any other components that function for a computer on the box really means? Do they have a true scientific reasoning behind the names? How do we recognize what the power of a pice of equipment has just by the name?

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  13. I have a computer with a proprietary motherboard because I got a pre-built but I wanna upgrade it with a RTX 2060 super and I don’t know if it will work do you have any information for proprietary

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  14. So I bought a core 2 quad for my motherboard but on there website it doesn’t list if it’s compatible but the cpu fit in my motherboard will it run ?????

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  15. What if i have a cpu
    with System Memory Specification 3200MHz and a ram that has 3600 MHz frequency? Will the ram downgrade and run maximum up to 3200MHz?

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  16. I want to build a Thermaltake view 71 full case build with ATX amd MD and CPU but I am confused, I wanna build something that is backwards compatible…something compatible with 2080 ti gpu and lower 2070, 2060 and so on.

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  17. So I have an rx580 and i want to upgrade it to a rtx2060, im feeling that the card is getting kind of old and is not being as efficient as it was before, because games are always updating and wanting better pc spec. This are my PC spec https://pcpartpicker.com/list/jMyXWb , would it be any problem if i upgrade my rx580 for the Asus Rog Strix Gaming GeForce RTX 2060 OC 6GB? Problems of size, compatibility or something?

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  18. Does GeForce GTX 1660 OC 6G work with the mother board: MSI H310M PRO-VDH PLUS Motherboard mATX, LGA1151, DDR4, LAN, USB 3.1 Gen1, HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, Intel 8th and 9th Gen

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  19. so i have a question; i have a lga1151 socket, with a dell 07ky25 motherboard. i tried installling an i3 9100F, but my pc just wouldnt start, even though multiple websites say that cpu would work….ive tried pcpartpicker, but it doesnt register my motherboard…pls help!

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