im buying a new pc too and i cant decide between 3900X or the 10700K
other than that yopur build is gud gonna last for the next couple of years
save money on the 3900x (no need if your just gaming, get a 3600/X or 3700X instead)
I are think you overpaid a bit mens.
My build is RTX 2060 SUPER, rx 3800x, 512 ssd+2tb hdd, 16gb ram +144hz LG 24GL600F and new lenovo legion m500+Hp Pavillion 500 blue switch keyboard all for 1460 usd.
Userbenchmark says i can get 70-75% of your performance for less than half the price.
Dogshit. Why would u ever buy x570? Buying hdd in 2020 when u buy 3900x and 2080 super? Lmao just get 1tb ssd or just use cloud. And u dont need 32gb ram
Pretty good build. One thing to note is that your CPU cooler is MASSIVE, so check it will actually fit inside your case before you go for it. An AIO like a Corsair H115i or smth will obviously remove this risk.
2x16 would be better than 4x8, and go for 3600 speed if you can get it and afford it.
EDIT: a couple of extra fans may not be a bad idea, Corsair Light Loops are good fans and will match your case obvs.
What do you need the processor for?
Get faster RAM. It doesn't cost much more.
imagine spending 3000 euro on computer while u just gonna play csgo(mostly)
lul what a dumbwaste
RAM: go for G.Skill 3600 Ripjaws or Corsair Vengeance 3600 or G.Skill Trident Z 3600, it is the most optimal RAM speed for Ryzen, double the infinity fabric clock of 1800x2.
And it is also relatively cheap.
Why would you need to rate this computer, its pure real estate
You do not really need to overclock your 3900x, it is very capable for all tasks anyways. You will have to get an expensive AIO to overclock and it will yield like additional 5% performance perhaps. In games you will be bound by the 2080 Super anyways, if you want to play at 1440p (of course except for CSGO)
I dont want to offend u or bully but u need to look into pc parts..it seems like u dont rly understand wtf u buying because it doesnt rly makes sense why u would need such pricey parts, just google about processors like 3600 vs 3700x vs 3900x and read which is best for u, do this for gpu and mobo, u can google how much average joe needs ram and im pretty sure linus tech tips has a video on it too, dont get an hdd unless its 6tb+, otherwise hdds make 0 sense, i would spend money on psu because its very important, depending if u want to overclock get some fans but ideally get a case with good airflow and u wont need that, oh and get nvme m.2 for ur OS but honestly sata3 ssd would do the job too, its just a couple of seconds in the end..and it only matters when u sre transferring loads of files...thats probably it. Reddit has good answers on this btw
Imagine building a computer 2 months before ryzen 4000 and ampere comes out LMAO
Dont go for ryzen man! You will probably have latency and input lag issues at some point. Tried 2 ryzen builds myself (with 3600 and 3900X) came back to intel. Ryzen is not for cs go yet. If you are really into comp cs go you should go for intel( source:trust me). But fr
you have money to buy a 3900x and 2080 super but can't buy a 1tb ssd/3tb hdd?seems fake
dont forget to buy a good monitor... playing on 100hz with this is pointless
RAM is a piece of crap, buy a Patriot Viper 4400Mhz CL19, their overclocked level is several times higher
so you just took the most expensive parts from a website and did copy pasta?
How much in Euros for this?
& is that monitor 144 or 244?
Looks pretty good tho there is a few things i would have done dif.
Get g.skill 3600mhz 14cl or 16cl if money matters :D
Get higher tier motherboard, gigabyte is fine but that version is a mid tier gigabyte mobo but it will still do its job... (gigabyte aorus pro) would be a better option.
Graphic card i wud always pick evga over any other brand... and the SSD is fine but expensive for what u get and honestly a 660p 2tb wud prob have costed around the same and been as fast as the 970 evo in games and most things.. but benchmarks and apps where u have to move alot the 970 wud destroy it easily.
Great build but make sure you buy additional fans to put in your case, from what it looks like your case can fit 2x120mm fans on the top and 3x120mm in the front so try to at least fill up the top to help with cpu temps. If you can I would also recommend buying a Firecuda HDD instead, for a slightly increased price you get extra cache meaning it will act more ssd-like and load things up faster, while you're at it upgrade the ram to 3600mhz and then you should have the ultimate build 👍
Only advice you should listen to is the RAM.
I, PERSONALLY, Would highly suggest looking into corsair nvme as they are gen 4 pci-e.
You won't notice a difference between a regular ssd and nvme drive is absolute horse shit. 3-4x the read and write speed but "you won't notice a difference".
For gaming, you won't see much of a difference between the 3700x and the 3900x sure. As soon as you do something more demanding like video processing etc. You'll 100% regret not paying the 100euros more for 3900x.
These people wouldn't spend that kind of money on a pc and are feeding you feedback based on their personal opinion of how much they feel comfortable. If you can go all in... why wouldn't you?
Some people spend that kind of money on a pair of shoes...
Edit: don't downgrade your PSU, even if it is overkill.
i would up the ram a bit more and go for 3600, also if you are not in a rush i would suggest you to wait for the zen 3 ryzen 4000 which should be launched by the end of the year, or mby even earlier
Go for 1TB NVMe. Otherwise really solid.
its shit man, i5 3570k , 2x4 gb, 240 ssd, gtx 750 ti, still good, no need trillion power cpu, still 106-119 fps 1080 p '@ medium in csgo
some nzxt case with a nice side panel lol (maybe the h200i)
msi bazooka b450m
stock cpu fan
g.skill flare 16gb
2070 super black
kingston 240gb ssd
1 2tb hdd 1 500gb hdd
gigabyte 650 bronze
why not i9 9900k and 2080 ti? not really big difference in price
You could switch your x570 motherboard to a good b550 one i would buy 2 sticks of 16gb instead of 4x8 gb
btw why you pay for windows 10 when you can get it for free?
All good exept a 650w or even 550w will be enough. i have the same graphics card and ryzen 3700x and 650w is enough. Also buy liquid aio cooler for cpu instead (for overclocking) ! Otherwise nice build mens)))
2/10 i think potato pc :/
well...I guess it will run cs at 30 fps...not sure about that