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Building New PC

AaronH1212
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Hi I'm building a new pc and would like your opinions on the specs as it is my first time building a pc

Here is parts list

 

I7 9700k

Nvidia GTX 1070 TI

Gigabyte aorus z390 pro

Corsair vengeance RGB (2x8gb)

Phanteks Enthoo Pro M

Kraken X62

Samsung 860 evo 500gb ssd

Samsung 860 evo 250gb ssd

2T Hard drive seagate

EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G3, 80 Plus Gold 650W

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would swap out the g3, as it has otp and opp problems, a txm, rmx, formula, whisper, g2, pure power 11, and many others are better alternatives

 

why 2 ssds? why not get a single 1tb then? 

 

btw, it's pretty annoying to read this in the glorious dark theme

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Just now, LukeSavenije said:

would swap out the g3, as it has otp and opp problems, a txm, rmx, formula, whisper, g2, pure power 11, and many others are better alternatives

 

why 2 ssds? why not get a single 1tb then? 

 

btw, it's pretty annoying to read this in the glorious dark theme

it won't let me change the text format as they were copy and pasted, also I bought a 500gb and then was given a 250gb SSD, also which one of those power supplies you mention would be the cheapest or best value for what you get?

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1 minute ago, AaronH1212 said:

it won't let me change the text format as they were copy and pasted, also I bought a 500gb and then was given a 250gb SSD, also which one of those power supplies you mention would be the cheapest or best value for what you get?

okay, fair enough then. you can paste as plain text, but okay

 

fully depends on location

 

btw, now i can read it better, why an aio? why not a nice air cooler?

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33 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

okay, fair enough then. you can paste as plain text, but okay

 

fully depends on location

 

btw, now i can read it better, why an aio? why not a nice air cooler?

Personally not a fan of a fan, they look kinda bulky. I like the look of the g3 cables and the price is decent and I shouldn't be drawing enough power in this build to have to worry about otp and opp?

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1 minute ago, AaronH1212 said:

Personally not a fan of a fan, they look kinda bulky. I like the look of the g3 cables and the price is decent and I shouldn't be drawing enough power in this build to have to worry about otp and opp?

not really, but the psus i mentioned should cost as much or less without those problems

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6 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

not really, but the psus i mentioned should cost as much or less without those problems

Some of the psus you mentioned I cannot find in Ireland. and the rxm is 50 pound (65dollars) more expensive 

edit: only rxm and txm are available here.

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2 minutes ago, AaronH1212 said:

Some of the psus you mentioned I cannot find in Ireland. and the rxm is 50 pound (65dollars) more expensive 

and the pure power 11 at 500 watts?

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1 minute ago, LukeSavenije said:

and the pure power 11 at 500 watts?

I would like a bit more than 500w for future upgrading and some slight of. I could go with the g2 but I would rather save the 20 pound difference if I can

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17 minutes ago, AaronH1212 said:

I would like a bit more than 500w for future upgrading and some slight of. I could go with the g2 but I would rather save the 20 pound difference if I can

well, in the end the choise is yours i guess. if you want to run a psu that can be used for a system almost double yours, sure..

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29 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

well, in the end the choise is yours i guess. if you want to run a psu that can be used for a system almost double yours, sure..

Ok thanks for the help

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