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  1. So i got everything in the shopping cart ready to buy it all. I just want a last minute check from you guys if it good to go. Added a usb drive for win10 install media and some air to clean my current GPU. I changed the case although still not 100% on it and went with 16gb of ram as the original ram i planned on getting was sold out. Otherwise i am happy with it, just worried i might have forgotten something to actually build it, like do i need to get any extra cables for anything etc..
  2. At the webshop i plan to buy my memory there are two version of this kit but with the same speed and latency. What's the difference? CMK16GX4M2D3600C18 vs CMK16GX4M2Z3600C18 The only difference in the code is D and Z in the middle and a € 10 difference. Also any advice for what memory the get. From my understanding of some reviews, 3600CL18 is better than 3200CL16 because of how Ryzen2 works. If you had to pick one of these kits which one would it be Corsair DDR4 Vengeance LPX 2x8GB 3600CL18 G.Skill DDR4 Trident-Z 2x8GB 3600MHz CL18 RGB I dont care for RGB just performance/price/quality
  3. Well that the thing. That 2x16 is also 3600c16( € 150). So going for the 32GB means i get a extra 16GB for just 40 euro more over just 2x8 3600c16( € 120). I also cant find any ram faster than 3600c16 on that website for that price range. The only thing that seems to come close is the G.Skill DDR4 Trident-Z 2x8GB 3600Mhz@CL15 at (€ 182)
  4. Also another thing concerning the ram. Getting any of the 2x8GB ddr4 3600@CL16 all come down to around 120 euros. So kinda feels like a steal getting 2x16 for 150. Unless there is something wrong with that RAM that i am not aware of cuz the price diff just seems crazy really.
  5. So here is the updated system. Only thing i changed so far is the SSD. At the moment i am still staying with the 3700x and the 32GB Ram. I do like to get some tips on good option for Case and MB as people have made points about those. I wasn't able to find the phantek p400A that someone suggested, so that a not a option.
  6. https://www.megekko.nl/product/4286/228736/AMD-Socket-AM4-Moederborden/MSI-X470-GAMING-PRO-moederbord This be any good?
  7. https://www.megekko.nl/product/5093/266799/SSD-M-2/Kingston-A2000-500GB-M-2-SSD This be a good part to replace the samsung evo?
  8. Gaming and maybe a bit of streaming. As for the 3600, looking at the future and the way consoles are getting more cores with the next generation i think the development of games capable of using more cores could make a significant jump in the near future and the idea of having basically 2-4 extra cores to run any background application without any interference of my gaming cores. I am also always hesitant with building a PC with the idea of it being just enough. I remember when i bought my current PC 8-9 years ago everybody telling me how a GPU with more than 1gb of Vram was pointless and that 8GB would be more than enough. I build my PC with 6-8 years of usage planned while a lot of people who say stuff like it "its enough" are probably on a more frequent rate. Its pretty much the same story with the RAM , although it unlikely i will need it for gaming i like having that extra for background applications. Plus i do occasionally see stories of some games already getting really close to the 16gb, like star citizens. Maybe those stories are just because of memory leaks but again i just want to have that extra room to just be abl to run everything without having to do any memory management as i do now with my 8GBddr3. The 256GB SDD will be a Windows/boot drive only really. Curently using a 64gb SDD for win10 and although its a bit cramped it works so i am not too worried about the 256gb drive.
  9. Yeh i was originally planning on going with the Silverstone RL06 which was also highly recommended by gNexus but as that is out of stock for a while at that supplier i decided to go with this one.
  10. I plan on buying a new system next week. the picture below shows what i picked and just want you guys to look it over see if i missed anything that i might need to actually build the system and any other advice you guys can offer on better parts. I plan on buying it from this webshop https://www.megekko.nl Its in Dutch but i am sure you guys can navigate it easily enough if you have to. Some points about the system. I already own a GPU(RTX2060) Which i guess is bit underpowered for this but i can always upgrade that easily while upgrading the core system is a bit more of a hassle and i like to have it a bit future proof. I also plan on re-using my HDD and bought a 500GB SSD earlier this year that will go into the system. As for the 32GB of ram, well it doesn't really hurt and after struggling on 8GB DDR3 for so long i just dont ever want to think about my RAM usage again. Budget is 850euro
  11. Any change you accidentally switched the LN2 OC function on the board? https://www.msi.com/faq/motherboard-2866 yours would be slightly different place on your board more bottem right corner. Look it up in your manual. Edit: pic for the x299 https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1272791/Msi-X299-Gaming-M7-Ack.html?page=41
  12. Anthony made a nice pc build guide a while ago. There are plenty of other well know youtube channel like Jayz2cents that have a couple of build guides as well. They should be enough to get you started. But dont feel pressured to do your own build because we tell you to. If you worried to break something even if the chance is low i can totally understand you going for a prebuild anyway. Some PC shops will also allow you to pick your own parts and for 50euro extra they will assemble and test the system for you and you generally get a warranty on the build as well. As for where to buy, maybe it worth checking out a Austrian or German retailers, maybe they are close enough to deliver to Slovenia. As well as Amazon,Alibaba and other big international retailers.
  13. If you dont mind saying which country your from, people might be able to give you better places to look at. Also i do suggest giving a own build a try or at least look up some videos on how its done, it not much harder then putting a simple lego kit together and you will be able to save a couple of bucks.
  14. Ebay, Amazon, Alibaba, non of those ship to your country?
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