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Posted · Original PosterOP

I want to build a PC mostly for 1080p 144hz gaming that should last about 5 years. This is what I was thinking about:

 

MB: ASUS TUF B450-PRO GAMING, AM4 ATX

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600, Wraith Stealth

cooler: Arctic Freezer 34 eSports Duo CPU

RAM: G.Skill Trident Z Neo Series, DDR4-3600, CL16 16GB

GPU: GIGABYTE RTX 2070 SUPER WINDFORCE OC 8GB

PSU: BE QUIET! Pure Power 11 CM 500W 80Plus Gold ATX

SSD: CRUCIAL MX500 1TB M.2 80mm 2280 SATA3 3DTLC

Case: PHANTEKS Eclipse P350X RGB (2x140mm front + 1x120mm rear fans)

 

With local prices, this all comes to about 1350eur which is a bit out of my innitial 1200eur budget, however I can take the hit if the build is ok. Or should I swap something?

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That looks fantastic! Very well balanced. You should have no issues with those parts.


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SSD:

When it comes to SSDs i would recommend TLC NVME drives and not SATA,NVME drives are a lot faster than SATA drives while costing almost the same,

The Kingston A2000 is a good choice for a NVME drive.

 

Case:

I would recommend a case with front mesh rather than a case with a blocked or a partially blocked front,Front mesh cases offer superior air-flow and cooling capabilities.

 

The rest of the build is pretty good.

 

EDIT:

The motherboard is not ideal,I would recommend the B450 TOMAHAWK MAX.


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24 minutes ago, Vishera said:

SSD:

When it comes to SSDs i would recommend TLC NVME drives and not SATA,NVME drives are a lot faster than SATA drives while costing almost the same,

The Kingston A2000 is a good choice for a NVME drive.

not required for gaming, though. but i agree, if a nvme is like 10% more expensive than a sata one, go for it. but i wouldn't pay double

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Posted · Original PosterOP

motherboard is best I can get in price range, Msi boards cost premium locally.

 

will look for a different drive tho, or maybe consider a future upgrade.

 

Thank you all for answers

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