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Quick opinion before I buy parts.

Westy55
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So I'm going to be ordering pc parts soon and I was considering going to my local best buy to peek around. Do you think I should just order all of it online right now, or see if best buy has anything cheaper?

 

Here's my parts list

 

Also, I'm getting a $60 keyboard, a $200 144hz monitor and a $25 dollar mousepad.

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-Moved to New Builds and Planning-

 

If you live in the U.S near a Micro Center, buy your CPU and motherboard from them. You'll save $30 on your motherboard when buying it with a compatible CPU.

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3 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

-Moved to New Builds and Planning-

 

If you live in the U.S near a Micro Center, buy your CPU and motherboard from them. You'll save $30 on your motherboard when buying it with a compatible CPU.

The best buy is roughly 20 minutes away and the micro center is 40 minutes away so not that bad I guess.

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I recommend getting the MSI b450m mortar since you're getting an mATX board.

CPU: i7 4790k @ 4.7 GHz

GPU: XFX GTS RX580 4GB

Cooling: Corsair h100i

Mobo: Asus z97-A 

RAM: 4x8 GB 1600 MHz Corsair Vengence

PSU: Corsair HX850

Case: NZXT S340 Elite Tempered glass edition

Display: LG 29UM68-P

Keyboard: Roccat Ryos MK FX RGB

Mouse: Logitech g900 Chaos Spectrum

Headphones: Sennheiser HD6XX

OS: Windows 10 Home

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Id still argue a better VRM and a full atx instead of micro, because micro is always sacrificing something to be micro.

 

https://www.techspot.com/bestof/amd-b450-motherboards/

 

"""The Asrock B450M Pro4 comes in at just $80 and while it might only pack a 3+3 phase VRM, both the Vcore and SoC portions of the VRM feature passive cooling, something no other MicroATX B450 board offers.""

 

but Mele Kalikimaka

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Just now, Westy55 said:

The best buy is roughly 20 minutes away and the micro center is 40 minutes away so not that bad I guess.

That drive will be worth it, even during the holiday season.

 

I stood in line with my Ryzen 5 1600 and Asrock B350 Pro4 for around 10 minutes during their big sale last January, and I still live a fair ways away. But their bundle deal let me get a 1600 over a 1400, so I'd definitely say it was worth doing.

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