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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello everyone. i need help with the parts to my gaming pc around 2500-3000$. its would be nice if someone can build me one.

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Wait a few days and ask this question again after Monday when we learn more about the new Ryzen chips launching. 


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which country? just gaming or also streaming/editing/rendering? need os/monitor/peripherals?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Herman Mcpootis said:

which country? just gaming or also streaming/editing/rendering? need os/monitor/peripherals?

i guess its would be for gaming but maybe in the future streaming/editing aswell.

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Just now, alex4250 said:

i guess its would be for gaming but maybe in the future streaming/editing aswell.

 

3 minutes ago, Herman Mcpootis said:

which country? need os/monitor/peripherals?

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Herman Mcpootis said:

 

 

from russia yeah i need a monitor (peripherals no)

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5 minutes ago, alex4250 said:

i guess its would be for gaming but maybe in the future streaming/editing aswell.

I assume you aren't using a 4k monitor, so you don't need to spend more than is actually necessary. This build below will likely get the job done. 8 cores 16 threads ticks the streaming box, and vega 56 is more than enough at 1080p plus fairly capable at 1440p, and has lots of vram for video editing. You will likely not need to spend more than this but I'm just guessing.

 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, MeatFeastMan said:

I assume you aren't using a 4k monitor, so you don't need to spend more than is actually necessary. This build below will likely get the job done. 8 cores 16 threads ticks the streaming box, and vega 56 is more than enough at 1080p plus fairly capable at 1440p, and has lots of vram for video editing. You will likely not need to spend more than this but I'm just guessing.

 

 

actually i want to use a 2k asus monitor 165hz

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1 minute ago, alex4250 said:

actually i want to use a 2k asus monitor 165hz

Do you have these or?

 

 

100hz 144p ultrawides would be a nice pick instead.

 

 

Also i suggesy waiting untill Monday and asking after then

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I would wait until Zen 2 is announced next week and get a Ryzen 3000 CPU.

I would build something similar, but with a new gen octacore (maybe going to be called 3700, but we will see next week).

 

 

You still have space for the "2K" monitor (I assume this means 1440p, because technically speaking 2K = 1080p).

 

Will say it again just to be clear: wait for Zen 2 announcement before buying anything.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, GoldenLag said:

Do you have these or?

 

 

100hz 144p ultrawides would be a nice pick instead.

 

 

Also i suggesy waiting untill Monday and asking after then

no i prefer the 2k 165hz asus monitor i think its have a better performance

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Nocte said:

I would wait until Zen 2 is announced next week and get a Ryzen 3000 CPU.

I would build something similar, but with a new gen octacore (maybe going to be called 3700, but we will see next week).

 

 

You still have space for the "2K" monitor (I assume this means 1440p, because technically speaking 2K = 1080p).

 

Will say it again just to be clear: wait for Zen 2 announcement before buying anything.

ok cool thanks man.

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9 minutes ago, Nocte said:

not worth that much more

 

9 minutes ago, Nocte said:

drp4 and nhd15 cool better

 

10 minutes ago, Nocte said:

you can get a much better taichi for the price

 

10 minutes ago, Nocte said:

not necessarily

 

10 minutes ago, Nocte said:

pretty blocked for that kind of hw

 

10 minutes ago, Nocte said:

too weak

 

my alternative (can swap in a zen2 chip)

 


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11 minutes ago, alex4250 said:

no i prefer the 2k 165hz asus monitor i think its have a better performance

Perhaps when it comes to refreshrate, but visuals are worse.

 

1440p is a lot nicer if you have the hardware to run it. 1080p is kinda "meh".

 

And you do mean 1080p when you say 2K right?

 

Because 1440p is 2,5k

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Just now, GoldenLag said:

1080p when you say 2K

1080p is 1k afaik

 

so i think he means 2560x1440


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3 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

1080p is 1k afaik

 

so i think he means 2560x1440

No, 1080p is 2k

 

The 2k reffers to how wide it is. With the case of 1080p it is 1920 wide which is roughly 2k.

 

The 2560 in 1440p is 2,5k

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