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Is this a good PC?

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So i dont know if this is a good pc build. If it is or isnt tell me in the replies.

Processor: Ryzen 7 2700 upto 4.1Ghz (8 Cores)

Mother Board: Gigabyte - X470 Aorus Ultra Gaming

Cpu Cooler: Cooler Master - Master 120V+ Liquid Cooler RGB

Ram: Corsair - Vengeance 16 GB (8x2) 3000 Mhz DDR4

GPU: GIGABYTE - RTX 2070 Aorus 8GB

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2 TB @ 7200 RPM

SSD: Kingston - 120 GB (A 400)

Smps: Corsair - VS650 (650 W) Case: Thermaltake - V200 RGB

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Just now, Sandeep22 said:

So i dont know if this is a good pc build. If it is or isnt tell me in the replies.

Processor: Ryzen 7 2700 upto 4.1Ghz (8 Cores)

Mother Board: Gigabyte - X470 Aorus Ultra Gaming

Cpu Cooler: Cooler Master - Master 120V+ Liquid Cooler RGB

Ram: Corsair - Vengeance 16 GB (8x2) 3000 Mhz DDR4

GPU: GIGABYTE - RTX 2070 Aorus 8GB

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2 TB @ 7200 RPM

SSD: Kingston - 120 GB (A 400)

Smps: Corsair - VS650 (650 W) Case: Thermaltake - V200 RGB

yes thats a good build

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What will you use it for? Is it a pre-built or are you putting it together yourself? Budget? Country?

Edit: yeah, that's a pretty good PC overall, maybe some people can suggest you some changes to keep it on your budget and getting better combos

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Good yes, but if possible change out the PSU for somthing better, its a low end model, and perhaps shift some budget from the 2 TB HDD to get a bigger SSD.


Also the CPU cooler could be better, but it will do the job.


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7 minutes ago, Sandeep22 said:

So i dont know if this is a good pc build. If it is or isnt tell me in the replies.

Processor: Ryzen 7 2700 upto 4.1Ghz (8 Cores)

Mother Board: Gigabyte - X470 Aorus Ultra Gaming

Cpu Cooler: Cooler Master - Master 120V+ Liquid Cooler RGB

Ram: Corsair - Vengeance 16 GB (8x2) 3000 Mhz DDR4

GPU: GIGABYTE - RTX 2070 Aorus 8GB

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2 TB @ 7200 RPM

SSD: Kingston - 120 GB (A 400)

Smps: Corsair - VS650 (650 W) Case: Thermaltake - V200 RGB

I would say no the power supply - Corsair VS Series.

You should choose a better PSU for this build.

My VS550 gave me random shutdown and reboots within 2 months of purchase.

VS Series is a bad option.


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- The cooler isnt worth the money, look at a high end air cooler

- You can get a better SSD for around that price, get an MX500 or 860 Evo, also don't get anything below 250GB, 120 isnt enough space

- Power supply should be swapped out for a higher quality unit, take a look at a seasonic focus, Corsair RMx or EVGA G2


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7 minutes ago, Sandeep22 said:

So i dont know if this is a good pc build. If it is or isnt tell me in the replies.

Processor: Ryzen 7 2700 upto 4.1Ghz (8 Cores)

Mother Board: Gigabyte - X470 Aorus Ultra Gaming

Cpu Cooler: Cooler Master - Master 120V+ Liquid Cooler RGB

Ram: Corsair - Vengeance 16 GB (8x2) 3000 Mhz DDR4

GPU: GIGABYTE - RTX 2070 Aorus 8GB

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2 TB @ 7200 RPM

SSD: Kingston - 120 GB (A 400)

Smps: Corsair - VS650 (650 W) Case: Thermaltake - V200 RGB

I don't like Gigabyte's Ryzen boards. I've had too many issues with them, but I haven't tested out the X470 Aorus. Cooler Master coolers are kind of in the garbage pail right now in terms of price to performance, and a 120mm AIO is never a good idea unless it's the only type of cooler your case will support. I try to stay away from Kingston SSDs, and the Inland Professional 240GB is only $40-ish right now, IIRC. Definitely a better choice. The PSU is trash heap worthy. It won't catch fire, but it won't last very long either.


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8 minutes ago, Sandeep22 said:

So i dont know if this is a good pc build. If it is or isnt tell me in the replies.

Processor: Ryzen 7 2700 upto 4.1Ghz (8 Cores)

Mother Board: Gigabyte - X470 Aorus Ultra Gaming

Cpu Cooler: Cooler Master - Master 120V+ Liquid Cooler RGB

Ram: Corsair - Vengeance 16 GB (8x2) 3000 Mhz DDR4

GPU: GIGABYTE - RTX 2070 Aorus 8GB

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2 TB @ 7200 RPM

SSD: Kingston - 120 GB (A 400)

Smps: Corsair - VS650 (650 W) Case: Thermaltake - V200 RGB

A be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 would definitely be a better choice than this cooler, but depending on your aesthetic preferences, you may want to get an AIO from a company like Corsair or NZXT

 

Get a different PSU, you can visit the PSU tier list to figure out which one is better. I stick to Tier A-B for mid-high end builds, and Tier B-C for more budget oriented ones.

 


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19 minutes ago, Sandeep22 said:

So i dont know if this is a good pc build. If it is or isnt tell me in the replies.

Processor: Ryzen 7 2700 upto 4.1Ghz (8 Cores)

Mother Board: Gigabyte - X470 Aorus Ultra Gaming

Cpu Cooler: Cooler Master - Master 120V+ Liquid Cooler RGB

Ram: Corsair - Vengeance 16 GB (8x2) 3000 Mhz DDR4

GPU: GIGABYTE - RTX 2070 Aorus 8GB

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2 TB @ 7200 RPM

SSD: Kingston - 120 GB (A 400)

Smps: Corsair - VS650 (650 W) Case: Thermaltake - V200 RGB

Looks like a great setup to me! Except the RTX 2070, but to each their own. :) 

 

Also, depending on what you're doing, you MAY be served better by a smaller HDD, and a bigger SSD. But if you plan on doing a lot of recording with Shadowplay (is it?) then I think your setup will actually be the optimal one. But I would still try for a 240GB SSD if possible, you'll appreciate it later on IMO. 

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40 minutes ago, Tech Guru said:

My VS550 gave me random shutdown and reboots within 2 months of purchase.

VS Series is a bad option.

Same here, got random reboots issue just under 4 months use of my vs450 plus i had to suffer that 1.5 years because my family is too strict to buy me computer upgrades :/

 

but anyway my current psu is doing great since almost 3 years now and i am grateful my wait worth it as i got something decent :)

 

Though it still sucks i had to suffer for such a long time.


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I've had no issues with AROUS X470 boards. Have installed three of them with 0 issues. Overall decent build with the exception of PSU IMO.

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5 minutes ago, WikiForce said:

Same here, got random reboots issue just under 4 months use of my vs450 plus i had to suffer that 1.5 years because my family is too strict to buy me computer upgrades :/ but anyway my current psu is doing great since almost 3 years now and grateful my wait worth it as i got something decent :)Though it still sucks i had to suffer for such a long time.

Yup,It was really annoying for me too...


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|| PROCESSOR : Intel Core i5-8400 BX80684I58400 Processor ||

|| GRAPHICS : Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1060 6GB WindForce 2x with Blades Graphics Card ||

|| CASE : Corsair Carbide Series CC-9011050-WW Mid-Tower Steel Gaming Case ||

|| S.S.D : Western Digital WDS240G1G0A 240GB Internal Solid-State Drive (Green) ||

|| H.D.D : Western Digital WD10EZEX 1TB Internal Hard Drive for Desktop (Blue) ||

|| P.S.U : Corsair Power Supplies, TX650M 650W CP-9020132-NA ||

|| CASE FANS : Circle Stay Cool CG-12 120MM Red x 3,Blue,Green LED Case Cabinet Fan || 

|| FAN CONNECTOR : XCSOURCE 4Pin to SATA Power Supply 10-Way Fan Splitter AC1312 ||

|| UPS : APC BX1100C-IN 1100VA 230V UPS || 

|| MOUSE : Night Hawk NM101 FPS Gaming RGB Mouse ||

|| KEYBOARD : Cosmic Byte CB-GK-02 Corona Wired Gaming RGB Keyboard ||

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51 minutes ago, Sandeep22 said:

So i dont know if this is a good pc build. If it is or isnt tell me in the replies.

Processor: Ryzen 7 2700 upto 4.1Ghz (8 Cores)

Mother Board: Gigabyte - X470 Aorus Ultra Gaming

Cpu Cooler: Cooler Master - Master 120V+ Liquid Cooler RGB

Ram: Corsair - Vengeance 16 GB (8x2) 3000 Mhz DDR4

GPU: GIGABYTE - RTX 2070 Aorus 8GB

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2 TB @ 7200 RPM

SSD: Kingston - 120 GB (A 400)

Smps: Corsair - VS650 (650 W) Case: Thermaltake - V200 RGB

A few things I will say on this build. SSD's have come way down in price... you can get a 240gb ssd for just a few bucks more and a 480gb SSD can be had for around $45 compared to the 25-30 for a 240gb.

 

The Cooler you have picked out is a 120mm AIO. I wouldn't go with an AIO unless space is an issue or you have one that is at least 240mm of bigger. For the price of this cooler you could get an air cooler which would offer better thermal performance.

 

You can get a Artic Freezer 33 Esport edition for $35-$45 depending on color combination you choose.

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2 hours ago, Sandeep22 said:

So i dont know if this is a good pc build. If it is or isnt tell me in the replies.

Processor: Ryzen 7 2700 upto 4.1Ghz (8 Cores)

Mother Board: Gigabyte - X470 Aorus Ultra Gaming

Cpu Cooler: Cooler Master - Master 120V+ Liquid Cooler RGB

Ram: Corsair - Vengeance 16 GB (8x2) 3000 Mhz DDR4

GPU: GIGABYTE - RTX 2070 Aorus 8GB

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2 TB @ 7200 RPM

SSD: Kingston - 120 GB (A 400)

Smps: Corsair - VS650 (650 W) Case: Thermaltake - V200 RGB

I really like this build i just would change to 500 gb SSD .

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