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CasJ

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  1. I see, I've looked into the bandwidth difference and it's not huge. The speeds of PCIe 3.0 seems like it's enough for the upcoming years (SSD-wise). I'll go with the MSI Tomahawk b450 Max then. Thanks again for your help.
  2. Great! I'm still unsure about the mobo. The x570 seems like a bad choice considering a few reviews saying it's really loud. But does the Tomahawk Max outperform this board? Is there a large difference and how future-proof is it? The price difference just seems so large.
  3. Thanks, I'll look into these cards. The tomahawk does seem like the best option for my needs. I'll update the PCPP list later today. Very informative list, highly appreciated!
  4. Hey, thanks for the tips again. I wanted to add a M.2 WiFi 6 card with bluetooth to be able to connect my headset and other devices. I have a 1Gbps wired connection which I will hook up the PC itself. The tomahawk only has one M.2 slot. Do you think another network card would be better? Or do I need to look into other wireless solutions for Bluetooth & network?
  5. Well, that's because it isn't sold on most reputable dutch PC part webshops. Importing it would take about 5-7 extra days of delivery. I guess nothing, but could you tell me what the benefit of those GPU, motherboard and RAM would be over my initial choice? I'm happy to switch it around but e.g. the GPU (which I had in my list) should have better cooling. I don't really care about the budget, just the quality of the parts / overall build
  6. Thanks @LukeSavenije, @Lurick and @PopsicleHustler for your replies. I've removed the AIO cooler and added a Dark Rock Pro 4 CPU cooler with two extra 120mm case fans. I'm looking into the RAM upgrade, do you have any ideas for 2x16GB sticks as I'd like to upgrade to 64GB next year. Update PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 3.8 GHz 12-Core Processor £599.59 @ Overclockers.co.uk CPU Cooler be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 50.5 CFM CPU Cooler
  7. Budget Between 2000 and 3000 euro for the PC. Already have a great UW 144hz monitor, mouse, keyboard, etc. Goal I'm building this system primarily for gaming on my 4k television and ultrawide monitor on ultra/high settings. It's also being used for software engineering tasks and running multiple virtual machines at once. Therefor the 3900x and 32GB RAM. What I'm looking for I'm looking for a powerful workhorse which is as silent as possible under heavy load. That's why I've picked the case and AIO watercooling. I'd rather buy a more powerful pc right now
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