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Compatability (not really GPUs but ya know

MooGamer
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A pc parts picker list would get you more help from the community as its a one click option to see all the prices and parts. I'm happy to help, but not to click through 6 or 7 different links. 

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Pc part picker will aggregate all of those and check their compatability, check it out: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/  then get back to us.

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if you going for an upgrade and thinking AMD try to get yourself into the AM4 platform it will give you room for future upgrades as the AM3+ is now a dead end platform, ddr4 completability and the newer Ryzen chips will have a much longer lifespan then older generations. Should be able to get a good deal on a x370 based motherboard since the x470's are out  now.

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pcpartpicker prices are very high btw so check Ebay or Newegg , pcpartpicker shows the Ryzen 7 1700x at $329 but I just picked one up off Newegg via Ebay for $149 shipped when they did a pre-black Friday sale.

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