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Colombia HachitaVidal 
Hello mens)) I've been able to save up some extra money and would like to upgrade from my laptop to an actual PC build, and also upgrade my monitor. This is what I've come up with: I picked RGB because it looks cool, and am trying to stay under 1300, 1400 USD max and want this PC to be able to last me at least 5 years, but preferably more. I'm also probably gonna just use it for web browsing, maybe office work, CSGO, video editing (sub to me on YouTube), and streaming to twitch. Please let me know what you guys think with your unmatched wisdom, ty mens)
2019-12-26 19:14
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2019-12-26 19:17
please recommend intel cpu at this price with equal or better performance then please
2019-12-26 19:20
Russia NikSmoK
Dude you're making a lot of mistakes with that build. First of all - search for reviews of 5700xt that is not reference. You will regret buying it cuz its too loud and will reach 90C without downvolting. Your case has very bad airflow. Look for deepcool mattrex 55 mesh. Cheaper and also better airflow. If you only play csgo and mainly did video i would assume buying 3700x or even 3900x with less powerful graphics card. Look for tests for your program, maybe it doesn't need more than 8 cores. Your ram choice is so bad. Buy good 3400-3600 with cl14-15 instead.
2020-01-01 12:24
intel cock sucker
2019-12-26 19:31
NA brain
2019-12-26 21:10
That is looking pretty solid build. I'm impressed. I wouldn't change anything but if you want long term pc maybe just maybe silver or gold certificate psu would be useful. That tt is really solid cant deny it.
2019-12-26 19:24
i'm sorry, tt?
2019-12-26 19:26
2019-12-26 19:28
2019-12-26 19:32
Most thermaltake psus are quite bad. Read reviews on techpowerup etc to find out about quality. You dont want the psu to take rest of the parts with it if it fails or you accidentally short something.
2020-01-01 12:56
Depending on what you’re doing maybe 2700x for CPU but looks good to me
2019-12-26 19:25
3600 best cpu for everything
2019-12-26 19:29
i like this more ..
2019-12-26 19:27
papi esa memoria esta como recreativa que fea parce m.2 es mas rapida que el sata? que es la diferencia entre tarjetas de video? el PSU es apenas de 550, a lo mejor lo tendria que remplazar monitor de MSI he tenido mala experencias, pero voy a verlo gracias parcero
2019-12-26 19:30
The memory modules i used are more faster than what u used and more cheaper, plus ripjaws are meant to use for ryzen CPUS so keep thta in mind. not and ripjaws are 4 ryzen but these are .. m2 hella faster than any sata SATA (5 times more). video card difference comes to faster speeds and better cooling solution.. (does not overheat). with that psu you are more than well to use it 700 wtts its overkill if you want more go for a 600w Gold or platinum certified psu not bronze... the + certification is very important. i myself have a gigabyte 650w 80+gold but i would go for a 550 or 600w from seasonic 80+gold or better. i myself have an ASUS VG24ghqz monitor never tried msi but i can confirm msi is a great brand.
2019-12-26 21:04
M2 Sata es lo mismo que Sata3 SSD , M2 NVMe es el rapido. Yo te diria que te quedes con tu build original, cambies la fuente como digo en #50 , no compres ningun HDD y expandas el NVMe si podes.
2020-01-01 13:34
Russia NikSmoK
Box cpu + another cpu fan. 3600 cl19 = 3400 cl16.
2020-01-01 12:27
good build but i would take a psu with like 550 watts (and better certification) and invest that money in a better ssd or a non reference 5700xt model
2019-12-26 21:11
But what if I want to upgrade later in future, like a better cpu or something. This would increase watts no?
2019-12-27 00:38
then take 650 watts to be on the safe side but you shouldnt have to because hardware gets more and more efficient and less power hungry i doubt they will require a 1000+ watts psu xd
2019-12-27 01:00
Looks good
2019-12-27 01:03
2019-12-27 01:04
Russia NikSmoK
Worst mobo on the market and also less powerful CPU
2020-01-01 12:30
Not less powerful CPU. 2700x better at rendering and editing due to 8 cores. 3600 has better single threaded performance so good for gaming
2020-01-01 12:53
Russia NikSmoK
Nope. Look to an actual reviews. 3600 is better at everything and cost less.
2020-01-01 13:01
Russia NikSmoK you can see it in this video clearly. Also can look for other benchmarks and see that almost everythere 3600 is better
2020-01-01 13:02
Almost all of them are gaming benchmarks. I already said 3600 is better at that.... All of the non gaming benchmarks 2700x is better. Like I said...
2020-01-01 13:28
Russia NikSmoK
Well i was wrong with my statement about 2700x. But he has 1400$ budget so you cant really recommend less than 3700x
2020-01-01 13:31
Bumb for eu big brains
2019-12-27 05:02
change psu to corsair rm650x one of the best if not best : D 10 year warranty (only down side i can think of is cables are bit stiff), change ssd to samsung or mby crucial, dont buy reference blower gpu.
2020-01-01 12:14
Russia NikSmoK
Warranty doesn't save you from psu killing all your parts. Best psu are SuperFlower and Seasonic
2020-01-01 12:29
Lol. Dont look at brands, look at reviews. Superflower has half the warranty and worse protections than rmx-series.
2020-01-01 12:54
Russia NikSmoK
Look inside SuperFlower and Seasonic. Then look inside your corsair. If you still think its better then just dont write anything about PSU's
2020-01-01 13:00
United Kingdom Cosharek
Thinking that corsair makes good psus lol
2020-01-01 14:06
Lol. Fanboyism over facts :D
2020-01-02 03:15
Best psu is without a doubt ROG THOR
2020-01-01 12:54
Russia NikSmoK
it's a Seasonic PSU anyway.
2020-01-01 13:06
Denmark RednaxZeto
Id recommend a m2 ssd harddisk. Much faster read and write. (m2 is not a brand, its a special type of ssd that you put directly on the motherboard)
2020-01-01 12:43
M2 is the PCI format, what matters the most is the interface, there's M2 format ssd's with Sata interface that cap at 560MB/s , their stupid in my opinion, if you buy an M2 you wanna buy an NVMe interfaced one , the ones that are like 1800MB/s r/w in low end and can reach 3500MB/s in PCI 3.0 on the high end, over 4500MB/s in PCI-E 4.0
2020-01-01 14:26 you could change out the case if you like.
2020-01-01 13:06
2020-01-01 13:44
terrible power supply Otherwise great build , though you must know the gpu is terribly overpriced, but all gpus are overpriced and the 5700XT is the least overpriced of them all, i would wait 5 months to buy a GPU. You're in U.S right??? If so it should be fairly easy to get an NXZT E650 psu , buy that, that's an elite worldclass tier power supply with elite efficiency and quality, you will be able to run that 10 years with ultra high end gpu no problem.
2020-01-01 13:32
Russia NikSmoK
I guess youre not happy in your life? Why would someone wait for 5 month to buy something then they have money rn?? Also it isnt elite tier power supply. Just normal PSU
2020-01-01 13:39
1) AMD will release gpus with Ray Tracing hardware in them this year. 2) Im not happy with my life, that's does this relate to a computer hardware thread? 3) The NZXT E series is a Tier Alpha powersupply , but i guess you make a decent point, since he's still in U.S he could get a Cooler Master V-Platinum 2019 , i doubt he'll wanna pay for it though, he didn't say much.
2020-01-01 13:49
Russia NikSmoK
"wait maybe you'll get better hardware in half a year" How is he supposed to be before that mark? People like you always saying things like WAIT FOR ANOTHER 2 YEARS THERE WILL BE 32/64 CPUS WITH 6GHZ CORE CLOCK FOR LESS PRICEf!! Better buy now and use it if you need it. But i agree that if you have 1060-tier GPU already you should wait for new 5800-5900xt and new 3000 series Nvidia since it will launch later this year. Otherwise it isnt wise to wait.
2020-01-01 14:07
No i talked with this guy a bunch of times before and we even had heated discussions about other issues. Im pretty sure he had something like GTX 1080 and Intel Haswell , but i might be confusing him with someone else. Of course if he's using his phone and has no pc, i wouldn't tell him to wait, im not stupid. But if he's the one im talking about, spending 400$ in a 5700XT to upgrade from a 1080 would be the stupidest thing ever.
2020-01-01 14:12
Russia NikSmoK
Maybe it isnt his pc or something like that and he wants to buy his own one. Idk why would he buy 5700xt otherwise.
2020-01-01 14:17
Is just that considering the PS5 will come out this year, it'd be such a cockblock to buy a 5700XT and then by december all games have ray tracing and AMD already has gpus for desktop that do ray tracing x4 better than the 2080Ti and you dont lose performance turning RT GI on and shit like that, that's all im trying to prevent here, i know people that bought an AMD Bulldozer FX build before the PS4 came out and they got rekt like hell, that's it.
2020-01-01 14:24
good choices my friend although i'd go with M2 ssd if u dont have this one on the list already, sx8200 good one im only not sure about the PSU, also 750w will be more then enough so u can get another psu with better certifications but 600w or something
2020-01-01 13:48
Go for RTX
2020-01-01 14:08
Russia NikSmoK
Same shit for more money. Nice choice indian brain
2020-01-01 14:37
Pretty good build but don't buy AMD's RX 5700 model. Buy a custom MSI, Sapphire dual fan etc. And don't buy Asus TUF model, it has chronical problems. Also you can save a few bucks by not buying the rgb version of those rams. if you have money, buy a X550 motherboard. And buy a 650-700 watt Seasonic or FSP power supply.
2020-01-01 14:18
Russia NikSmoK
Why would he pay twice as much or even more than his MSI B450(that can handle 3950x without overclock )? For pcie 4.0?
2020-01-01 14:22
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