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mohamedhamdiahmed

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  1. I don't know exactly as I am not expert in these technical stuff, but different reviewers of different mother boards pointed out that 6 layers are better for memory over clocking and the noise isolation in general.
  2. I am considering this one along with others, but the problem is related to all B550 boards regardless brand or model (except for ASRock!). So the idea that if the issues fixed, the mobo choice is not a big deal. I really like this elite ax v2 but the only problem is that it has only 4 PCB layers.
  3. Many parts and accessories are not available in here, including the majority of pcie cards. Noctua coolers were available for the first time ever few weeks ago. We rarely even see water blocks for cpus and gpus here
  4. But the performance of gen 10 in general is much weaker than even 5600x. I really don't know what to do.
  5. Yeah, I know that, and I really don't like anything about Intel, including thermals and prices. AMD was my first choice without even thinking about it for a minute. However, the USB issue is huge thing for me and everyone I guess. I plan to get this build without any upgrades for about 7 years and at this point, I will start thinking about heavy over clocking to get the last bits of performance out of it (as I did with my current laptop).
  6. Budget (including currency): 30000 EGP Country: Egypt Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: games (1080p or 1440p, haven't decided the monitor i will get yet), work (MS office, google drive, google sheets, many browser taps), basic windows programs. I am trying to choose teh right parts for my first build ever, I will be paying years savings for it. The build should be an AMD one, mid range B550/X570 MB (I am choosing between different models and brands) with R5 5600X and a RTX 3060. While looking for reviews for some parts, I came across
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