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Can a pc expert tell me if this is good

As an expert -- I can tell you that list is empty.  

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Just now, ACapella said:

Your list is clear, maybe take a screenshot or try to fix your link?

Awww, man . . . you wasted your first post on that?  Well welcome anyway.  

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Awww man I was all ready to put my expert gloves on....

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5 minutes ago, nick name said:

Awww, man . . . you wasted your first post on that?  Well welcome anyway.  

Hahahaha, yes I did. First thing I saw so why not, but thank you!

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21 minutes ago, TheDailyProcrastinator said:

Awww man I was all ready to put my expert gloves on....

Lacking expert gloves I make due with tighty whiteys.  They fit poorly.   There’s a recent LTT video on this subject though he uses parts that may be more powerful than what you want to use.

Life is like a bowl of chocolates: there are all these little crinkly paper cups everywhere.

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I’m just wondering if this is a good build and if any pc building experts had some changes to make in the build

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It will work.  It may be possible to use some cheaper components without losing performance.

 

in particular the cpu cooler is more than is necessary, and not much will be gained from the x570 motherboard.  
 

the 3700x cpu runs 65-83w without overclocking.  The issue is while overclocking is  possible, it is close to useless on the 3700x, so the cooler that comes free with the cpu is generally considered  usable.  If something quieter or longer lasting is needed a more than adequate aftermarket cooler can be had for less than $40.  Something in the 120-150 watt range is going to be more than you need.  The cooler you have picked is in the 200-300w range. 
 

If x570 is insisted on the low end of x570 doesn’t have a great reputation in general.  There is an MSI tomahawk for only slightly more that does, but a high end b450 board will have more features and identical performance for near half the money or less.  It won’t have pcie 4.0, but none of your components are Pcie 4.0.  X570 could be useful if you need to upgrade the cpu, which could extend the life of the motherboard, but it’s a large outlay for a return that only might be helpful.

 

there may or may not be similar issues with the PSU, but I am not familiar.  I suggest consulting the PSU tierlist in the PSU section of this forum. 
 

The case is similar.  I don’t know.  One thing to think about is the CPU is going to produce less than a third of the heat (and therefore noise) this machine makes.  Most of it is going to be coming from the GPU.  One argument might possibly be to keep the AIO but attach it to the gpu instead of the cpu.

Life is like a bowl of chocolates: there are all these little crinkly paper cups everywhere.

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a 3700x does not need a 200 dollar water cooler

also air cooling is better

pc specs:

 

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i5 4590

16gb ddr3 1600mhz

optiplex 9020mt motherboard

256gb ssd, 2tb hdd

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thermaltake 500w smart

 

 

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4 minutes ago, m0oble said:

a 3700x does not need a 200 dollar water cooler

also air cooling is better

It’s situational.  Air cooling has advantages and disadvantages like water cooling.   For this particular situation where the cooling needed is quite limited, the case is large, and the machine won’t move much?  Probably air.

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Ok if you have any smaller cases that are portable and are easy for a new pc builder to build in or any ideas on a specific part to replace one that would be great.  Thank you for the help so far

 

And I went with that motherboard in order to have WiFi because that is what I’ll use most of the time but if you have a better one with wifi I would be fine with switching it

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48 minutes ago, Bob22 said:

Ok if you have any smaller cases that are portable and are easy for a new pc builder to build in or any ideas on a specific part to replace one that would be great.  Thank you for the help so far

 

And I went with that motherboard in order to have WiFi because that is what I’ll use most of the time but if you have a better one with wifi I would be fine with switching it

A lot of boards with or without wifi have a specific very short nvme WiFi card specific slot.  The question is if the slot is populated or not (making a WiFi board) and what that slot is populated with.  I don’t remember if the tomahawk has one of those slots or not.  If it does it’s a vertical one near a corner I think. My memory is vague.  If so all it would take to make a tomahawk a “WiFi” board would be to populate the slot.  It would raise the cost of the board by the cost of the nvme card but it produces the advantage of getting to pick which card to use.

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So a card like the 

Gigabyte GC-Wbax200 2x2 802.11Ax Dual Band WiFi + Bluetooth 5 PCIe Expansion Card

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