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  1. Honestly that sounds nice and promising, we will just have to wait and see.
  2. First of all, yeah I can understand why I should not get that giant cooler, but I’m an guy that wants it to look cool and have nice specs at the same time, so it’s just personal preference. As for waiting, I can definitely see that. I’m planning to order the pre built in October that why it can arrive by Christmas, since it does take awhile, so we have about 4 months or so to see what happens. If the prices are dropping, sure I’ll build my own, but if things have stayed the same, gotta buy the prebuilt. We don’t know exactly when this shortage will end. Sure things may look bright now but i
  3. Yeah but there’s also a pre build fee for people building it for you, but I think it’s ok. Almost forgot but I’m getting a additional 2TB Seagate hard drive, sorry I forgot to add it before!
  4. Oh almost forgot that I’m getting a 2TB Seagate Hard drive, my bad! Yeah I know it’s expensive for a cpu cooler, but even though it should be specs over looks, sometimes looks to me have to be nice, and this is one of those times lol
  5. Budget (including currency): My dad is giving me $2000 USD for it and anything above it I pay for myself which I can do about $300 (This is because of my grades, chores, etc, etc.) Country: USA Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Mainly a console gamer but looking to start pc gaming. Want to play Valorant, CSGO, World of Warcraft, Doom Eternal, League of Legends and computer has to be able to play Overwatch and Fortnite. Other details: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/KzPqZZ—That’s my parts list, please let me know if it’s good and if changes need to be made or
  6. That’s actually great to hear! Thanks for your input man!
  7. I’m mainly a console player and I’ve been wanting to try some pc games for quite some time. I’m looking to play Valorant, Doom Eternal, CS GO, maybe some league of legends and World of Warcraft, and I want to be able to play Fortnite and Overwatch as well for multiple gaming sessions at once (afk for exp, gotta keep up the grind lol)
  8. I’m getting a pre built pc (because of the shortage Of course), and wondering if the Ryzen 5 3600x is good for gaming in 2021 along with the rtx 3060, in which is obviously good for gaming (it’s a 3000 series of course!). I’ve been hearing that 8 cores now a days is the standard for gaming with the next gen consoles using them, but will may 6 core cpu be good enough for the games now a days, or should I just upgrade to a Ryzen 7 3700x?
  9. I see. So I should go with the 5800x for now as it is perfect for gaming with the new standard 8 cores, etc. correct? Also what GPU recommendation for it? I’m planning for it to go with the RTX 3060 Ti
  10. Yes I shall think about that more for the cpu, thanks! I’m using a 1080p at 144hrz monitor, and based on previous research, the rtx 3060 ti is a great gpu for the time being.
  11. I’m not to sure, as even if I do get the 5900x, just seems a bit too over kill. Also, another cpu might release in the next few years, that out beats it, etc. Even if it’s 4 cores less, it still is great for gaming. Also, what gpu would you recommend for both 5900x and 5800x, maybe one of the ones I listed above?
  12. I'm going to get a pre built, though I wanted to build my own, I'm not patient person lol.
  13. I have been doing a lot more research and based on what everyone's saying from my previous posts, the Ryzen 7 5800x cpu will provide enough for me and more, rather than going over, overkill with a 5900x. I've also done some research on 2 combos- Ryzen 7 5800x w/3060Ti or Ryzen 7 5800x w/Radeon RX 6700 Xt. Which GPU should I get to go with my CPU? Thank you!