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Hi!

So I’m building a new pc and I have already chosen all the parts but I’m not sure if I have made a good decision. I have some older parts I have from my previous build, such as: psu: 500w be quiet system 9 and gpu: GTX 1060 6gb, and they still work very well. 

The parts I have chosen so far:

CPU: 

AMD Ryzen 2700

 

MOBO: 

Asus rog b450-f gaming

 

RAM:

Corsair vengeance rgb 16gb ddr4 3200MHz

 

Storage:

Samsung evo 970 500gb

 

Case:

nzxt 510

 

If you have any suggestions or comments please do not hesitate to comment:)

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There are better motherboards in the market at that price (e.g. tomahawk). The 2700 is a good CPU, I would probably get a 3600 over a 2700 though.

CPU: Ryzen 7 5800X Cooler:  Corsair H100i Platinum SE Mobo: Asus B550-A Gaming GPU: EVGA RTX 2070 XC RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200MHz 16CL 4x8GB SSD0: Crucial MX300 525GB SSD1: Samsung QVO 1TB PSU: NZXT C650 Case: Corsair 4000D Airflow Monitor: Asus VG259QM (240Hz)

I usually edit my posts immediately after posting them, as I don't check for typos before pressing the shiny SUBMIT button.

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Unraid Server

CPU: Ryzen 5 1600 (3.6GHz; 1.25v) Cooler:  EVGA CLC 240mm Mobo: Asus Strix B350-i GPU: GT 1030 4GB RAM: G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz 14CL 2x8GB SSD: ADATA SU800 128GB HDD: Seagate Ironwolf 2x6TB PSUCorsair SF450 Case: NZXT H200i

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4 minutes ago, Nocte said:

There are better motherboards in the market at that price (e.g. tomahawk). The 2700 is a good CPU, I would probably get a 3600 over a 2700 though.

I chose the 2700 because the higher core count, good for video editing.

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4 minutes ago, Pc kid said:

I chose the 2700 because the higher core count, good for video editing.

Multicore difference between 2700 and 3600 is not that wide.

https://youtu.be/7AbNeht4tAE?t=1320

 

Look at this and you decide if worse single core performance is worth it for slight gains in multicore. You know your workload better than us.

CPU: Ryzen 7 5800X Cooler:  Corsair H100i Platinum SE Mobo: Asus B550-A Gaming GPU: EVGA RTX 2070 XC RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200MHz 16CL 4x8GB SSD0: Crucial MX300 525GB SSD1: Samsung QVO 1TB PSU: NZXT C650 Case: Corsair 4000D Airflow Monitor: Asus VG259QM (240Hz)

I usually edit my posts immediately after posting them, as I don't check for typos before pressing the shiny SUBMIT button.

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Unraid Server

CPU: Ryzen 5 1600 (3.6GHz; 1.25v) Cooler:  EVGA CLC 240mm Mobo: Asus Strix B350-i GPU: GT 1030 4GB RAM: G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz 14CL 2x8GB SSD: ADATA SU800 128GB HDD: Seagate Ironwolf 2x6TB PSUCorsair SF450 Case: NZXT H200i

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7 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

Corsair 510, inland premium, sabrent rocket, silicon power a80, teamgroup 34, hp 920/950, adata 8200

I chose the Samsung 970 evo because it had fast upload and download speeds.

would the ssd’s you recommended have the same/similar performance.

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25 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

Corsair 510, inland premium, sabrent rocket, silicon power a80, teamgroup 34, hp 920/950, adata 8200

Would this ssd be good?

XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB 3D NAND NVMe

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