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I need opinion on this build

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How is this build? I think it's ok!

 It's for video editing and around RM 4700 (1,077 USD)

 

 

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low memory speeds will impact performance quite a bit, and how much is that 1050 ti costing you, relative to a 1650 or 1650 super? It's a last gen card which often has pricing shooting up instead of going down.

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4 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

you need to get faster ram (at least 3000mhz), faster hdd(7200rpm) and a better gpu than the 1050ti. look for the 1650 super or 1660. go for the non-modular version of the psu (cx550)

ok, faster ram and hard drive..but what's wrong with the 1050ti? and why get non-modular version of the power supply?

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1 minute ago, guyz said:

ok, faster ram and hard drive..but what's wrong with the 1050ti? and why get non-modular version of the power supply?

video editing uses the gpu as well. the 1050ti is quite weak in comparison to the 1650 super, and not much more cheaper.

the non-moduar version of the psu is higher quality and reliability.

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Just now, boggy77 said:

video editing uses the gpu as well. the 1050ti is quite weak in comparison to the 1650 super, and not much more cheaper.

the non-moduar version of the psu is higher quality and reliability.

ok so non-modular version of psu  ...

 

what about the 1650? the 1050ti is RM 594.50 and the 1650 is RM 635

 

if it's the 1650 then i'm looking at this:

 

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4 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

how much is the 1650 super? how much is a 1660?

1650 super is RM RM785

 

1660 is RM RM898

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13 minutes ago, guyz said:

1650 super is RM RM785

 

1660 is RM RM898

Looking at that with no idea what the benchmakr difference is I would say go with the 1650 S.

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