Need Help Choosing Parts

I put this parts list together and am looking for some advice.

Im bringing in my own
- 5x sata HDD from my existing computer (1x Windows 10 OS and 4x in same Windows Storage Space)
- 1x 256 GB SSD (maybe ill use for cache?)
- Radeon 5500 XT PCIe 4.0 video card

My questions are:
1) Is the RAM I chose (4x32GB DDR4 3200) compatible with the motherboard. I didn't see 3200 in the motherboard specs. I'm not sure it the PC builder hides incompatible parts or not)
2) I'm assuming the SATA 6Gb/s = 6 spec on the motherboard means ill connections for all 6 hard drives
3) How do I tell if the Power supply has enough power cables for everything?
4) Internal 3.5" Drive Bays= 6 means ill have room for all my hard drives
5) I chose a random case fan. is there a better choice. Id like it to be quiet. (I care about cooling power and quiet, I don't care about lights)
6) Will everything fit and is everything compatible?
7) Did I miss anything?


  • JS_MC
    • The RAM you chose is compatible with the motherboard.
    • There are 6 SATA ports available on this motherboard, so you would be able to connect 6 hard drives with SATA connections.
    • Your PSU typically comes with the required cables for Motherboard, GPU, and several SATA/Molex devices.
    • The case you chose comes with 3 x 140mm Fans. You're welcome to choose additional or replacement fans if you'd like.
    • Yes, Everything here is compatible.
    What kind of budget did you have in mind for this build? Also, what did are you planning to do with this build?
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