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About filiboss123

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  • CPU
    ryzen 5 2600
  • Motherboard
    b450 s2h
  • RAM
    2 x 8gb 3000mhz aegis
  • GPU
    zotac gtx1070 extreme core edition
  • Case
    corsair carbide spec-alfa
  • Storage
    1x 240gb ssd + 1x 500gb 2.5 hdd (from ps4)
  • PSU
    seasonic s12ii 620w 80+bronze
  • Display(s)
    asus vg255h
  • Cooling
    bequiet! pure rock slim
  • Keyboard
    Omen Sequencer
  • Mouse
    Razer deathadder essencial
  • Sound
    ps gold headset and Logitech Z333
  • Operating System
    windows 10 pro
  • Laptop
    MSI Modern 14 a10rb
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  1. If I am not mistaken the ryzen 7 3700X is a 65W CPU, as the 3800x is the one that has 105W TDP. https://www.amd.com/pt/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-7-3700x Depending on the price it might not be worth the upgrade... I would say that if the difference is more than 50$, it is not worth it. Then there is the fact that the TDP increase may cause a need to upgrade your psu, further increasing tge price of your build.
  2. It is hard to say what you should do without knowing the prices over there... However I think that you should think about what you use the most, CPU or GPU, and make your decision from there.
  3. I said it once and I will say it again. The storage is easily upgraded!! My build has a better mobo (much more recent and way better looking) and a way better cooler that is way more efficient and much quieter, not to mention the RAM, that is 3200MHz intead of 3600MHz and has no heatsink what so ever! Storage is not to expensive and it is one of the easiest components to add to a build!!! He can get around with 500Gb for a while, as soon as he manages to buy another SSD, it is easy to install!! Just plug and play! Furthermore my build has an NVME SSD that is way faster than
  4. I admit that looks good! I just think it is not worth it personally! They are both a great choice. And I must say, nice build!
  5. Anyway, I still believe my build would be the best for you @woody30! https://pcpartpicker.com/list/khWhHB
  6. hello there! I did not quite understand one thing, what is your bedget for the PC alone? 1200$ or 1500$? Anyway, for 1500$ I suggest this: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/tcj6HB for 1200$ I would build this: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/gky6HB I think that for 4k editing a 3700X would be a great choice!
  7. Ok, now it is better, however you still have worse RAM, Cooler and MOBO. All that for an 2Tb ssd... (something that can easily added later...) You still did not take notice of the fact that @woody30 already has a case. At the expense
  8. @Nena Trinity that buid does not correspond to his budget... and you have not read his requirements. He said that he already had a case, wanted no HDD, and wanted a quiet desktop (something that both the hdd and the stock cpu cooler are bad at!). Next time check what the person wants, do not give them a generic build!
  9. Despite being more expensive, it is a good choice! I agree, Noctua does great cooler ehich are in fact very quiet, but even in the cromax lineup, they are a bit less appealing in what comes to the look. I think the dark rock pro 4 is the best choice, quiet, efficient, and good looking (after all, you will live with it for several years with it beside you). The choice is yours, the difference is marginal!
  10. Well, the mobo might not be the best choice (at least for the 279.99$ in PCpartPicker), for that price I would consider a X570 mobo, but as it has an extra fan, I would just go for a lower B550 mobo like the B550 tomahawk. For the cooler, I would go for a be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4, as it is very quiet while being a great cooler. The GPU is, while idling, silent as the fans are off, during games they will produce some noise, but there is no way around it. I would consider some 140mm be quiet pure wings 2. This is the build I would make (later you can upgrade both the storage and the
  11. it is a bit hard to know the prices over there, however you might want to consider an rx5600xt! It might come out cheaper for basically the same performance. And perhaps put that money into a better PSU(550 - 650W)! And you might want to consider a better case if you get a good deal!
  12. Indeed, it is way better and it has RGB if you value that!
  13. https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/VdQJrV maybe something like this... You could always upgrade the wraith spire to a AIO, or something like an BeQuiet! Dark Rock Pro 4
  14. I honestly would consider changing the psu, it appears a bit to expensive. If you just want to game at 1080p, and as you will be using blender and other cpu intensive tasks, why not lower the gpu to a 2070 or an 5700XT and upgrade your CPU? You would run modern titles just fine!