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hello everybody, i've been trying to figure out which pc fits me better, with a 1000 € budget, and i've come to this two options and would like to know if they are ok, and if they don't have any assembly errors as different speeds supported or ram incopatiblity for example. also if u think they could improve into this budget, any oppinion will be grateful. 

 

1st.

 

CPU-                    AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.9 Ghz

Motherboard-       Gigabyte Aorus X470 Ultra Gaming

RAM-                   Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Red Single Rank DDR4 2666Mhz PC4-21300 8GB CL16 x2

CPU fan-             Enermax Liqmax II 120S

SSD-                   Toshiba OCZ TR200 SSD 240GB SATA3

HDD-                  Seagate BarraCuda 3.5" 1TB SATA3

Case-                  Nox Hummer MC USB 3.0 Zero Edition Blanca

Pow. Suply         Corsair CX750 750W 80 Plus Bronce

Gpu-                   MSI GTX 1060 GAMING X 6GB GDDR5                                

 

price: 995 €

 

 

 

 

 

2nd.

 

CPU-                    Intel Core i5-8600K 3.6GHz BOX

Motherboard-       MSI Mpg Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon

RAM-                   Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Red Single Rank DDR4 2666Mhz PC4-21300 8GB CL16 x2

CPU fan-             Enermax Liqmax II 120S

SSD-                   Toshiba OCZ TR200 SSD 240GB SATA3

HDD-                  Seagate BarraCuda 3.5" 1TB SATA3

Case-                  Nox Hummer MC USB 3.0 Zero Edition Blanca

Pow. Suply         Corsair CX750 750W 80 Plus Bronce

Gpu-                   MSI GTX 1060 GAMING X 6GB GDDR5

 

price: 1150 €

 

 

 

 

Last to say, thank you all, and this pc is for designing work and pc gaming on games as Assassin's Odissey  or Battlefield V. 

 

thanks in advice.

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Get the amd but instead of a X470, go with an B450 board and swap the 2600 for a 2700 with the gained budget. 

 

Edit: oh and get a Samsung 860evo instead of the ocz. Samsung is king in SSDs imho. 

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6 minutes ago, FloRolf said:

Get the amd but instead of a X470, go with an B450 board and swap the 2600 for a 2700 with the gained budget. 

This, but keep the 2600, drop the Aio and go 1070 instead for better gaming performance.

 

 

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but one question that might be silly, but which differences are between the amd and intel sockets?

 

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7 minutes ago, Mooshi said:

This, but keep the 2600, drop the Aio and go 1070 instead for better gaming performance.

drop the Aio?

 

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1 minute ago, thesoulkeeper said:

but one question that might be silly, but which differences are between the amd and intel sockets?

 

AMD's AM4 socket is 'supposedly' supported until or through 2020. Hypothetically, you could get an x470 (possibly b450) and run the new Ryzen 3000's cpu coming out this spring. This is all speculation though as we do not have the details yet.

 

Strictly CPU gaming performance wise, Intel has a slight lead. However, AMD has good cost per performance at the moment. For pure gaming at the moment it really comes down to GPU. For GPUs, Just don't get sucked into the RTX 2000 ray tracing stuff, only a handful of games support it at the moment. The GTX 1000 series is doing just fine of holding up.

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6 minutes ago, thesoulkeeper said:

but one question that might be silly, but which differences are between the amd and intel sockets?

 

One takes AMD CPU's only, the other only takes Intel CPU's :D

The difference between what AMD and Intel nowadays do is that Intel typically has higher single core performance, while AMD has a larger amount of cores (or threads).

You will be able to notice a difference in games with high refresh rate monitors, but on 60Hz panels the AMD CPU's are not that much worse. Most 'creative programs', do prefer the more threads.

 

There are exceptions to this rule though, for example Adobe Premiere runs a ton better on Intel because it can use the iGPU of the CPU and other Adobe programs seem to prefer the single core performance of Intel.

Many other programs have a preference for more cores though, multitasking also runs better on AMD too because of the increased core amount.

 

As the users above have suggested, by not going for an all in one (AIO) watercooler, you can put more money into a different part of your PC. Like the GPU for increased gaming performance, or a better CPU for increased performance in video/photo editing.

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well, i've read to all your opinions and i've ended with this build: let me know if i did well.

 

CPU-                    AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.9 Ghz

Motherboard-       Gigabyte B450 AORUS Pro

RAM-                   Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Red Single Rank DDR4 2666Mhz PC4-21300 8GB CL16 x2

SSD-                   Samsung 860 EVO Basic SSD 250 gb SATA 3

HDD-                  Seagate BarraCuda 3.5" 1TB SATA3

Case-                  Nox Hummer MC USB 3.0 Zero Edition Blanca

Pow. Suply         Corsair CX750 750W 80 Plus Bronce

Gpu-                   Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 G1 Gaming 8GB GDDR5 

 

really appreciate, and thanks to all of u.

 

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46 minutes ago, FloRolf said:

Get the amd but instead of a X470, go with an B450 board and swap the 2600 for a 2700 with the gained budget. 

 

Edit: oh and get a Samsung 860evo instead of the ocz. Samsung is king in SSDs imho. 

i couldn't find the amd ryzen 5 2700, for the same price only could find in offer the Ryzen 7 1700 3.7 GHz

 

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