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New ~1K Gaming + Streaming PC (only components)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

(My brother is going to build a PC at the end of the summer and asked me for "guidance")
Budget (Spain/Euros):
1000 - 1100

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for:  OBS,Stream Labs,  Fortnite, Minecraft, COD Warzone

Usage: Streaming: 720p best quality or 1080p medium-low at 60fps in both cases, using Stream Labs or OBS on Twitch/YouTube

Monitor: 1080p 60Hz


 

The PC will be used only for editing videos in premiere pro or Streaming (time for rendering the videos doesn't matter that much for me)

 

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Not sure if its worth to go for 3700x and 1660 Super or 3600x and 2060 (the build with both option will have the same price of 1050Euros)
My 2 cents but still can't decide: I've seen that the 3600x can handle streaming but not sure if its worth having a better CPU and upgrading in the future to a better GPU in case I go with 1st option or having to upgrade both components (and since rumor is that next gen Ryzen will change socket this will not be that much of a negative option)

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For that price you should be able to find a 500GB NVME drive from WD or crucial, which will be better than the sata 860 evo.


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I would go for a 3600 (still excellent for streaming) and get a 2060 Super or something similar. My gut is telling me that a 3700X and 1660 Super isn't really the best pairing.

 


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If you are not buying for a while then B550 should be a better option. That Gigabyte board is a bit meh anyway.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 hours ago, lee32uk said:

If you are not buying for a while then B550 should be a better option. That Gigabyte board is a bit meh anyway.

Rn they are not available here, maybe by the end of summer might be

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2 hours ago, SobData said:

Rn they are not available here, maybe by the end of summer might be

They are due out on the 16th of this month.


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