Go for a more reliable case.
Rest seems to be fine and yea keep the i7.
bad time to buy PC imo. RAM and GPU prices crazy atm. My advice is wait for new year
Your build is fine. But I don't think you need a GTX 1080.
Buy i7. I have seen youtubeers streaming with i5 8th gen and it was laggy AF. 6 cores are fine, but when you have to stream and play with high framerates and powering GTX 1080, i5 will start bottlenecking.
Preferably I would choose k model as Z370 is motherboard made for overclocking. It is a bit of waste of money to buy non overclockable CPU and pair it with overclockable motherboard.
In case you will buy k model; you don't have to overclock, you can just leave Intel's Turbo Boost do its job (boosting frequencies when they are needed).
EDIT: Don't cheap out on HDD, buy atleast WD Black 1 TB or higher capacity. Thank me later.
ever considered to go with ryzen?
i think csgo around 60 70fps and gta 20fps
Argentina and so expensive PC parts? Dude, stop trolling.
For just gaming it wouldn't matter, but since you said you want to stream definitely the i7.
you can stream on your Graphic card and take i5, 1080 is way to much for 1080p, and also for cs go and dota, even games like witcher 3, lara croft with ultra setting cant load gtx 1080 on full hd
If you're really gonna stream, then go for i7, otherwise the i5 is just fine.
And the GTX 1080 is totally overkill if not for intensive graphics, just an GTX 1060 6Gb is enough for less than half the price.
But if you really want the GTX 1080, get an overclockable CPU, otherwise the potential of an high-end GPU is hindered.
Also, don't buy GPU for future proofing because it's not worth any longer, just sell your used GPU when you want to get an newer one.
>Buying powerful PC
>"Not looking to play on very high grapichs. Just want to play on medium graphics CS:GO and DotA2 at 1080p 60fps, wich I would like to stream. On other games I dont give a fuk about graphics.
I recommend the i7 processors over the i5 ones. Higher number = higher quality. I hope I helped you, cheers!
dont buy Z370 if you cant overclock, pretty sure the B(whatever the name of this Gen is) will release soon and you only have to pay half the price for a decent mobo
i mean you can stream with the i5 aswell, but the i7 would make it even better, but you need to have some good cooler if you want to oc and a good mainboard (vrm's start overheating on the cheaper ones) aswell, for games only the i5 would obviously be the better choice
>Not looking to play on very high grapichs. Just want to play on medium graphics
>ASUS STRIX 1080 8GB
Working myself in an eSport Store (LDLC) I can tell you CS:GO only uses 4 cores, so taking an intel series 8 will only be effective on an i3-8350k (4x4GHz with 8mb of cache). The i5/i7 are 6 cores.
Otherwise the best choice is i7-7700k (4x4,2GHz).
Taking a 6 core processor (i5&i7 series 8) will lower your FPS in CS:GO in order to stream. I therefore don't recommend them at the moment. Maybe when Panorama & Source 2 come in CS:GO the game might handle processors using 5+ cores :)
Don't buy anything over a 1060 6GB for CS:GO, unless its for other games.
Best bang for the buck config is :
Motherboard : MSI Z370 A-PRO
CPU : i3-8350k (and a BeQuiet PureRock for the cooling)
RAM : 2x8GB DDR4 2400MHz (preferably CL14, the lower the CL is, the better the response timing is) (if you don't stream 8GBs is enough)
GPU : Whatever aslong as its 1050ti or better.
PSU : 500-600W, 80+ Bronze, doesn't matter if its modular or not unless you take a 1080 and there you might want a semi-modular or full modular.
Case : Whatever you want aslong as it fits in. I recommend Fractal Design cases or NZXT S340 Elite. Good for their prices. For silence BeQuiet cases are the best, but they're a bit cheap in terms of quality.
Case Fans : BeQuiet Silent Wings are the most silent ones if you have to buy some.
Mouse : Zowie EC/FK versions.
Mousepad : Zowie GS-R or Steelseries QCK Heavy
Headset : HyperX Cloud (5.1, for CS:GO only) or HyperX Cloud II (7.1, if you play other games than CSGO)
Screen : BenQ ZOWIE XL2411P (144HZ, just really really really great for CSGO)
Keyboard : HyperX Alloy, or Corsair K70 if you have the money (red/brown switch), the best (not the most good looking ones) are the Ducky Channel, but hard to find.
Accessories : Zowie Camade (good for cable management and durability of your mouse cable, also to not fuck up in game :) )