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Avocheeseado

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  1. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/dXZggJ I would wait for new hardware but if you cant then this list would be good for gaming, streaming and anything else you would want to do. The new amd cpus and gpus will be coming out within the next few months
  2. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/RB7cp8 1. A larger ssd so you can fit all your games and editing software on there. Also a 7200rpm hard drive would be beneficial. 2. Cheaper 2070 supers are out there which perform basically the same. 3. B550 mobo if you want to use pcie gen 4 down the line or upgrade to later ryzen generations. 4. 650w psu will be fine 5. A 3700x is only about 20$ more than the 3600xt but has more cores and threads - will be better for editing. If you want to save some money and sacrafise a bit of performance then you could use a 3600 and overclock it (they are about $180) If you want you could get some 3600mhz ram but it will only increase performance a little bit.
  3. nope they really could play on like a r5 3400g and i guess a 3200g
  4. a 2060 for 60fps 1080 is overkill! you could use the integrated graphics for that
  5. Looks good to me! Of course, if the budget allows for a quadro that would be better but they are massively more expensive and a 2070 super will still get the job done. I would get a normal dark rock 4 instead of the slim for slightly better cooling but other than that looks nice.
  6. 90c is a lot, should be fine for now but may hurt your cpu over time
  7. you might want a better motherboard. get the b550 mag tomahawk if it can be found for under 200$
  8. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/nsjLQq I would go for something like this. This motherboard will support 4th and probably 5th gen ryzen, and you are able to add another 32gb ram to make 64 later down the line. Sorry it is a bit over $1000 but It is worth paying the extra
  9. Looks solid but get a Phanteks P400A instead - about the same price and has MUCH better airflow. Although the H510 looks nice, it barely has any front intake so is not great.
  10. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/GKB4b8 You are overspending on the motherboard and psu. You also dont need 32gb ram. This parts list has a less expensive mobo but it is still great and a 2080 super instead of 2070 super. Also the H510 has AWFUL airflow. This p400a has much better airflow than it. If you need to go for the h510 then make sure to put two 140mm fans on the front.
  11. Sorry to tell you, 550 is not enough, that system can pull around 600+ under load. I would go for 750w to be safe
  12. Yeah, that makes sense. Any ways I could customise them as I dont have a 3d printer?
  13. Thanks, yeah I think a hobby is a better choice for that! I wouldn't really feel comfortable selling on craigslist or other sites where you have to collect in person, I would prefer to sent them off instead (like on ebay).
  14. Hi guys, I have build my own PC and built a few for family and friends. Ideally I would like to setup a little pc building business to earn some money over lockdown. (I am 15 btw) This would probably be selling PCs on ebay. Do you think this would work? And if so how would I deal with if their computer had an issue or something (I'd rather not have to do that). Is this something worthwhile doing or should I just stick to building for people I know? Thanks for anyones ideas
  15. https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/MB7Tyk If you want to spend the whole 2k then buy a 2080ti instead of a 2080 super but it will only give you 5-10fps more in games for just under double the price. New GPUs are round the corner and so are the new amd cpus
  16. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/MBFGCL Just saying, building your own can save a lot of money in the future and is much much cheaper than mose pre-builts. Pre builts are only someimes cheaper because they skimp on components like the psu, mobo etc. NZXT BLD on the other hand forces you to pick a lot of components which are overkill!
  17. https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/LH6Xcq Sorry, this is $200 AUD over budget it is great. You would want as it can play minecraft with RTX on at 1440p with over 60 fps IF you cant go over budget then this: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/KYVYjp
  18. Im afraid 60fps - 1440p with rtx on is gonna run at under 30fps without something like a 2070 super and preferably a 2080 super.
  19. https://de.pcpartpicker.com/list/2bvVp8 Sorry, you might not live in germany but anywhere in europe, this will cost around €1400. If you want to save money then go for a 5700xt but a 2070 super is a bit better.. The cpu comes with a decent cooler but you can always add an aftermarket one later down the line
  20. A 5700xt same price but SO much better than 2060 super. Dont need 3600x go for 3600
  21. either wait fro 4th gen or a b550 board (a tomahawk mag from msi is good) and a 3700x
  22. Sorry, this is not the most exiting haha and the first network diagram I have made. Internet: DSL - 35-40Mbps (Download) 8-10Mbps (Upload) Router: TP-Link AC1600 Switch: TP-Link TL-SG1005D 5 Port Network Switch NAS: Synology DS218play 2 with 2TB Seagate IronWolf HDD Access Points: BT Whole Home WiFi (3 Disks) (Main AP into switch and others wirelessly connected to first) If anyone has any ways to improve it then thanks!
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