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Wolfycapt

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  1. so what then? just say one OS and i download it .
  2. your PSU is factory PSU from case. upgrade it to 550W CX 2017,
  3. pretty high end fortnite rig. MX150 and 720P is enough for me lol. idk i just want to say that
  4. nope. open it. as far as iknow your psu is 300W ish and its already in there when you bought it from MSI if you want to buy PSU. i reccomend CX 2017 550W. or BeQuite U9 500W. the CX better. Btw new mobo, new Ram so....... 16GB dual channel 3200mhz. yeah changing to Ryzen cost a lot. if you really don't need it just upgrade PSU ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- i did not know about the 7700K perform for VR. but sure it definitely better than 7400.the H110 socket can run7th gen up to 7700K. and add 8GB more so its dual-channel 16GB. or upgrade Ram first and see the performance gain. if it's not smooth, then upgrade to 7700k
  5. MSI infinite is definitely M-ATX. i did not know specifically whether it can handle ATX board but M-ATX definitely. since idk the form factor i'll go with M_ATX mobo which is MSI B450M mortar MAX. try search it. the 2600 of course better than 7400 for it's Extra thread. sure 3600 is safe but 2600 is okay too. and since your build is using tower mind checking the PSU
  6. really? then go get it. what is your current mobo?
  7. hmm mind going ryzen 3600 with MSI tomahawk MAX. or frop to gaming plus if its pricey the 6c/12t will do amazing for VR machine
  8. gaming? or what else? your cpu is good tho.
  9. i have old laptop that i use for emergency which has Atom N50 and 2GB of DDR3 memory with 320GB HDD. what os should i use in this system? at least it runs web browser.
  10. idk the price there actually. in my store the U9 500W chepaer than CX tho. hm 25% cost seems good tho.
  11. true but the price quite similar with the new ones. also if you thought the PSU is little bit pricey for budget. you can drop down to BeQUiet u9 500W tho. and why dont you go 8GB? for saving money
  12. nah always aim middle 550W for that system. even if the prices are same with the higher watts is not a comparison. compare same watt and different price.
  13. CPU is fine tho. just slap RX570 or 1660 ( idk whether is bottleneck or not ). but you gotta replace PSU first. something like CX 550W is okay. and SSD. Adata SX6000 is okay for casual gaming. or SATA SSD like MX500
  14. i would never go below 400W. idk the total power consumption. but just change to CX or BequitU(9 or any other affordable PSU. around 550W for safer. although 450W is enough
  15. the F chipset does not have intergrated graphic so no image shows up when its boot up. the ryzen choices is not bad but MacOS prefer intel with Ryzen gpu. that how basically it went. since you are going with budget i reccomend the non-F chipset i3 9th gen which is 9100. Yes, i discard the RX570 because at this point you are not going to game or do editing. even if you are doing editing, the intel GPU ( intel HD. iris etc.) does help a lot in term of rendering speed in Adobe. again which im not certain what kind of things you want to do with the build. if you want to save money i highly suggest going 8gb one stick and buy another later for better performance. i don't know about the mobo. he @GoldenLag might can help you. and add SSD like P1 or SR with WDC Blue HDD. and how about CX 2017 450W for your PSU? or 550w for better future proof. if BeQuite, then i reccomend System power U9 500W or 400W sorry if im not picking up any complete build from PCpartpicker because many option are available. Conclusion Always go with non-F chipset for Hackintosh. refering to non-game and Adobe use is necessary. normal usage like browsing? still it's better to use Intel HD rather than add 100$ more for GPU. which again one way or another i reccomend the non-f chips. i dont think you need GPU Tbh. if editing then again with non-F chips. 16GB of ram for safe. if normal usage then go with Dual 8GB 2666mhz. M.2 SSD such as P!.Sabrent or Adata SX6000. that is cheap and good for normal usage. or Normal SSD like MX500. mobo idk BeQuiet! System power u9 400w or 500W. or CX 2017 550 or 450W.
  16. i meant if u only game would not 3600 already enough? like its also light editing. and you dont need X570 mobo anyway something like TOmahawk max already enough. also 16GB of ram is good. also try P1 or 660p for SSD. PCPartPicker Part List CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor ($308.89 @ Amazon) Motherboard: MSI B450 TOMAHAWK MAX ATX AM4 Motherboard ($114.89 @ Amazon) Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws V 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 Memory ($82.99 @ Newegg) Storage: Crucial P1 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive ($112.99 @ Newegg) Storage: Seagate Barracuda 3 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($155.18 @ Amazon) Video Card: Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER 8 GB WINDFORCE OC 3X Video Card ($499.99 @ Amazon) Case: NZXT H510 ATX Mid Tower Case ($69.98 @ Amazon) Power Supply: Corsair TXM Gold 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply ($83.98 @ Newegg) Total: $1428.89 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-02-25 05:33 EST-0500
  17. like @GoldenLag build this is far better. first no A320mobo. second why one stick ram? i decrease gaming performance a lot.
  18. it could but idk whether is compatible or not.
  19. 550W CXM or TXM like @Fasauceome. 650W for future upgrade but 550W is enough. 750W above is overkill.
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