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Not sure what PSU to use on my new build

26 minutes ago, ooof.u said:

I have been thinking about building a desktop for years and I started to look for components this year:

 

Motherboard - TUF H370-PRO GAMING

 

GPU - MSI Geforce 1660 Super Gaming X

 

CPU - Intel core I5-9400F

 

RAM- Crucial Ballistik LT 8GB DDR4-3000

 

SSD- Still not sure, I was thinking about a 512GB 

 

If you could help me, I would be really happy 😃

Btw, I am open to changes, if you think I can change something in this build, please tell me, I'm still sort of a newbie on these things haha (I'm looking for a around 700/800€ build)

get something from tier b+

 

I’d also switch to ryzen

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have been thinking about building a desktop for years and I started to look for components this year:

 

Motherboard - TUF H370-PRO GAMING

 

GPU - MSI Geforce 1660 Super Gaming X

 

CPU - Intel core I5-9400F

 

RAM- Crucial Ballistik LT 8GB DDR4-3000

 

SSD- Still not sure, I was thinking about a 512GB 

 

If you could help me, I would be really happy 😃

Btw, I am open to changes, if you think I can change something in this build, please tell me, I'm still sort of a newbie on these things haha (I'm looking for a around 700/800€ build)

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ryzen 5 1600 af is cheaper than that intel, and better.

16 gigs of ram is recommnded

 


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I like EVGA PSUs.  I think a 650 GQ would be more than enough, but also would leave room for future upgrades.


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26 minutes ago, ooof.u said:

I have been thinking about building a desktop for years and I started to look for components this year:

 

Motherboard - TUF H370-PRO GAMING

 

GPU - MSI Geforce 1660 Super Gaming X

 

CPU - Intel core I5-9400F

 

RAM- Crucial Ballistik LT 8GB DDR4-3000

 

SSD- Still not sure, I was thinking about a 512GB 

 

If you could help me, I would be really happy 😃

Btw, I am open to changes, if you think I can change something in this build, please tell me, I'm still sort of a newbie on these things haha (I'm looking for a around 700/800€ build)

get something from tier b+

 

I’d also switch to ryzen


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