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Posted · Original PosterOP

Disclaimer: Sorry for spelling/grammar mistakes. English isn't my primary language.

Country: I live in Copenhagen, capital of Denmark.

Will be used for: The machine will primarily be used for gaming and school work. I play a lot of rust and Grand Theft Auto.

 

Hi! :)

 

When I started learning about computers, I got into the Intel and GeForce world real quick, and was never very interested, in Amd - that was when Intel and Geforce overall were better than Amds CPUs and GPUs. I still don't know anything about amds stuff, but heard from a lot of people, Linus, that amd is beginning to be a very good bang for the buck.

Anyway; so i build this pc (https://pcpartpicker.com/list/9pNzJb) on PcPartPicker and was wondering if you guys could tell me if there was anything i have done wrong, something i can do better or something that doesn't need to be that good. 

In advance thank you! 

 

Best regards, Sebastian

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that's a lot of fans....

all but the GPU is good. AMD GPUs aren't great in the high end. Go nvidia imo.

 

Also, AMD is literally going to announce a new cpu and mobo series in a few weeks with added performance. Probably best to wait.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, Mad153 said:

that's a lot of fans....

all but the GPU is good. AMD GPUs aren't great in the high end. Go nvidia imo.

 

Also, AMD is literally going to announce a new cpu and mobo series in a few weeks with added performance. Probably best to wait.

 

Welcome to the forum!

 

Yeah i was messing around, and forgot to delete the fans again :D

I will wait and see, and change the GPU.

 

Thank you very much :)

 

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the 5700xt is cheaper and performs better in games. also dont buy a full price windows copy get one from microsoft software swap on reddit or something

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Get the 3600 non-X edition, it's cheaper and you can usually overclock to that performance anyways.

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