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  1. I do plan on getting the 10600K, so getting a z490 can maximize the usage of the ram and even if i don't overclock the CPU, I'm still learning more about overclocking so I just want to leave it as stock and just maximize the speed of my ram
  2. Thanks for the info. I just want to ask, is it ok to still use the 3200 ram for the 10400F/B460 combo since the board says it support up until 2933 while the CPU only max at 2666?
  3. I've decided to go with Intel build since that I will only focus on the gaming side. However, the budget is still not final but here's the take. The original budget plan was: *Motherboard* Asus TUF GAMING B460M-PLUS (WI-FI) *Processor* Intel i5 10400F *GPU* Zotac 1660 SUPER AMP *RAM* G.Skill Trident Z Neo 2x8GB 3200 *SSD* WD Black SN750 500GB M.2 PCIe SSD I was helped out that due to the restrictions of the 10400F for only having a 2666 memory so to somehow 'utilize' the ram that I will get, I should by a Z490 board(Asus TUF GAMING Z490-PLUS (WI-FI)). Here's
  4. i see, i think I'm might be able to get at least the 10600K and learn to overclock if I can stretch my budget a little more, or if it's really tight I might consider getting at least a Z board to somehow up my RAM speed or buy the 5 3600(i really don't know why the 3600 is much more expensive than it's supposed price here in my country haha)
  5. i see but why does it says here that stock is muh faster with 2666 ram, does this mean this 'stock' is using a high specs board with a higher ram frequency
  6. That's why I'm still considering AMD as my last option, additionally with it's stock cooler hahaha jk I can't find the one I saw with the B460 board but I do see the other videos I've checked that actually use H410 motherboards they're using 3000 and 3200 rams
  7. I've actually seen a channel that used a B460 board, that's why I'm confused
  8. Thanks for the insights, but if I go with AMD, is it ok to run it on stock frequency? will it still run very much as expected? since that I'm fairly new with this, I'm afraid to overclock my plan PC since I don't have anyone to help me with this (not pointing out this forum but I mean that a person will be beside me to do the overclock)
  9. I do get that however, I'm seeing a lot of videos to fill out my stupid mind some details about building a PC, and they use 3200Mhz on this proc. That's triggering my confusion. I'm really sorry for being dumb
  10. Budget (including currency): na Country: na Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: na Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): na I'm really curious about this setup i5 10400F Asus TUF GAMING B460M-PLUS (WI-FI) (I'm quite broke and to be honest Ryzen 5 3600 is actually more expensive than this processor in my country idk why, but will still consider the AMD chip) it says here that 10400F is max out
  11. additionally there are people who says I can and I can't so I'm really confused right now.
  12. I'm really curious about this setup i5 10400F Asus TUF GAMING B460M-PLUS (WI-FI) (I'm quite broke and to be honest Ryzen 5 3600 is actually more expensive than this processor in my country idk why) it says here that 10400F is max out to 2666 while the motherboard can go up to 2933 i wanna know if I can use a 3200 RAM or do I really have to with a 2666 RAM. thanks for the reply
  13. and since I'm new, I forgot to add that I don't know how to overclock, i'm kinda scared I guess so probably gonna run either build on stock settings with XMP profiles enabled
  14. should I change the board for the intel version, this is one of the parts that's really getting me crazy hahaha