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hello guys im planning my first pc build and i end up with this
i5 9400f
asus b360g motherboard
tuf-gtx 1660 super

wd green sata 240 gb

Ripjaws V 16gb 3200

Thermaltake TR2 S 500w

 

so what do you guys think of it??? is it good?? is it gonna work?? parts are compatible??? 
feel free to give suggestion and any comment
thanks in advance hehe

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country and budget matters a lot. You can already stand to make some improvements on the PSU.

I WILL find your ITX build thread, and I WILL recommend the SIlverstone Sugo SG13B

 

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technically it will all work together. but you would be doing yourself a disservice buying that 9400f. ryzen 3600 with a b450 motherboard. also I dont see anything but a small ssd. add a 2TB firecuda hybrid drive for another $60

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8 minutes ago, Cl4ptr4p said:

technically it will all work together. but you would be doing yourself a disservice buying that 9400f. ryzen 3600 with a b450 motherboard. also I dont see anything but a small ssd. add a 2TB firecuda hybrid drive for another $60

what do you mean of "disservice" is the i5 9400f is just to overkill for the build?

 

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What's your budget though? Just change the CPU and Mobo with Ryzen 3300X and Gigabyte B450M DS3H or an MSI B450 Tomahawk MAX. You'll also need 1-2TB HDD 7200RPM.

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I mean disservice because you can do better than a 9400f for your money.

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3 minutes ago, lostchild said:

what do you mean of "disservice" is the i5 9400f is just to overkill for the build?

 

What he means is that it's not worth getting the i5-9400F when the upcoming Ryzen 3100 and 3300X are better than the i5-9400F, hell the 3300X is even better than the i5-6600K, i7-6700K, i7-7700K and they're just 3 year old CPU's. i5-9400F also lacks hyperthreading.

 

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1 minute ago, F.E.A.R. said:

What he means is that it's not worth getting the i5-9400F when the upcoming Ryzen 3100 and 3300X are better than the i5-9400F, hell the 3300X is even better than the i5-6600K, i7-6700K, i7-7700K and they're just 3 year old CPU's. i5-9400F also lacks hyperthreading.

 

Ryzen 3 3100 & 3300X Review, $100-$120 3rd gen Ryzen CPUs

the only reason I didnt say 3300x is I find it hard to reccomend quad cores, when 6 core 12 threads are so inexpensive no days. To be fair knowing his budget would make recommendations alot easier. and yes I would reccomend 3300x over 9400f

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Just now, Cl4ptr4p said:

the only reason I didnt say 3300x is I find it hard to reccomend quad cores, when 6 core 12 threads are so inexpensive no days. To be fair knowing his budget would make recommendations alot easier. and yes I would reccomend 3300x over 9400f

Mhm, I understand. Quad Cores struggle in modern titles, so a Ryzen 1600 AF or a Ryzen 3600 would be ideal.

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"Tolerance and apathy are the last virtues of a dying society" - Aristotle 384-322 BC

"Hope is the first step on the road to disappointment" - Lebiniz 1st of July 1646 - 14th of November 1716

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guys my budget is only 800 usd

 

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800 USD and buying in the US? 
 


Proper 3600 (stock cooler is sufficient), bigger and faster NVMe, RX5700 and a better PSU. It's an mATX build.

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43 minutes ago, lostchild said:

guys my budget is only 800 usd

 

Here's my suggestion:

 

 

"Tolerance is the lube that helps the dildo of dysfunction slip into the ass of a civilized society" - Plato 427-347 BC

"Tolerance and apathy are the last virtues of a dying society" - Aristotle 384-322 BC

"Hope is the first step on the road to disappointment" - Lebiniz 1st of July 1646 - 14th of November 1716

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2 hours ago, F.E.A.R. said:

we have a winner

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 how about this guys??
i decide to get the ryzen 5 2600 because its cheaper than the 3600 i did my research and i learn that they pretty much the same   but 3600 is good for gaming/streaming and oder works while i just want to play games so i decide to get the 2600
I learn also that i need to have 144 hz monitor so i cut my budget to make room for a new monitor 

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