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DrewGMR

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  1. Haha gotcha, thanks! In your opinion, do you think its worth trying to get my hands on a Ryzen 5 5600x over the Ryzen 3600? For what I plan on doing, it just doesn't really seem to be worth the additional cost/pain of obtaining one - but then again I also know nothing about CPUs. Like if all I'm going for is better fps in gaming, would that additional $100 or so be better spent on upgrading to a 2060 rather than upgrading a cpu.
  2. Budget (including currency): $1200 CAD Country: Canada Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Apex, COD, Fortnite, Light video editing/Adobe Creative Suite I've been sitting on this build plan for a few months but have been told by everyone to WAIT. Some will tell me to wait for Zen 3 and Big Navi, others will say hold off for Black Friday sales - some say both. Is it really worth the wait? Are BF/CM sales that good? Do I maybe raise the budget a bit and try to land some of the newest products with the leaps and bounds in computing? Will the boost in perf
  3. Lol no worries! I should have stipulated that my build is CAD - now edited in main post.
  4. This is what I'm hearing from a lot of people, I've waited so long already so I guess 1 more week isn't too bad. So far I just have RAM sitting on my desk as my only purchase so far.
  5. PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor $268.50 @ Vuugo CPU Cooler Cooler Master MASTERLIQUID ML240L RGB V2 65.59 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $105.75 @ Amazon Canada Motherboard MSI B450-A PRO MAX ATX AM4 Motherboard $134.50 @ Vuugo Memory Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory
  6. Yeah! I love the look of that one - I've heard some not so great things about the construction from a few people now though.
  7. Hahah the look on the face of anyone who knows PC's is always the same; SHOCK --> Disappointment I'll be running a 1660 super and plan on liquid cooling my CPU so I was hoping that this would still keep temps reasonable and also not require any underclocking, which with a 1660 Super would be mad disappointing. Where are all the good looking cases at? Do you think the 4000D air flow would be any better? (minus the dust filter issue)
  8. First of all, please don't hate me... I know this can be a touchy subject. I am looking for a solid case with a Tempered Glass front. Tempered glass just has a sleek and simple aesthetic that can't seem to find with most mesh front designs. So far I'm kind of between the Corsair 4000x ($159CAD) and the DeepCool Mattrexx 70 ($145CAD), but each have their own brutal flaws. Corsair 4000x - Heavily smoked out tint is almost opaque - Front dust filter has issues hitting the fans DeepCool Mattrexx 70 - Air flow is too restricted (... I know this is to be e
  9. Do you think this could handle a game like Warzone 1080 @ 100+fps? If not, would it be worth upgrading from a GTX 1660 to a GTX 2060?
  10. Budget (including currency): $1200-$1800 CAD Country: Canada Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: COD, Apex, Sports Titles, light streaming. Is there a magic dollar amount/sweetspot for building a PC that is powerful, somewhat future proof, yet doesn't break the bank? Originally I had my budget at $1200CAD, but now I'm starting to think that the setup this budget would allow for will be easily outgrown and quickly irrelevant. Thoughts?
  11. That's huge, I really appreciate it I'll spend the next little bit looking into all of those parts.
  12. Lol no worries, I've noticed quite a divide in that particular area of discussion on RAM.
  13. That'd be amazing! Yeah looking at Zen 3, thats probably a 2nd or 3rd build for me Thoughts on RAM w RGB?
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