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Hello...is this pc parts list ok?

Budget (including currency): IDM

Country: Kerguelen

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: just some colin dirt games, gta, mafia, max payne and home-office use.

Other details For 1080p single monitor...

 

Gigabyte H410M S2H

Intel Core i7-10700

Noctua NH U9S

2x8GB Corsair DDR4 2133Mhz

1 WD Black 2TB

Asus TUF 1660 Super

Seasonic 650W gold 

Some cheapo case.

What do you think?

 

 

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I think it's quite unbalanced

 

You really don't need an i7 for your use case

Your ram is quite slow

That hard drive is going to slow everything down

 

I'd go for a Ryzen 3 3100, 16GB of faster ram, an SSD, and a 500/550 Watt PSU and the same 1660 Super

AMD Ryzen 3 3200G / Sapphire R9 290X / 16gb (2x8) Kingston ValueRam @ 2666Mhz / Gigabyte A320M-S2H / Kingston A400 120GB M.2 SSD / WD Blue 2.5" 1TB HDD / Cooler Master MWE450 / Aerocool CS-100 / LG 22MK400H-B 1920x1080 @ 75Hz

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16 minutes ago, lexusgamer05 said:

I'd go for a Ryzen 3 3100, 16GB of faster ram, an SSD, and a 500/550 Watt PSU and the same 1660 Super

I agree, but if his overall budget is higher and he actually wants to spend that much money (as opposed to feeling like he needs to), then he could easily put money saved on the CPU towards a better GPU - an RX 5700xt would pair well with a 3100. 

ALIENWARE 13R3

i7-7700HQ | GTX 1060 | 16GB DDR4 | 512GB NVMe SSD | 1440p OLED display | Logitech MX Master KZ ZSA

 

 

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You're throwing a large chunk of your unknown budget towards an i7, and therefore you sacrifice everywhere else - shitty board, no SSD, weird cooler choice, crap memory, and a cheap case.

Desktop: Intel Core i9-9900K | be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 | ASUS Strix Z390-F | G.Skill Trident Z Neo 2x16GB 3200MHz CL14-14-14-34 | EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER XC Ultra | Corsair RM650x | Fractal Design Define R6

Laptop: 2018 Apple MacBook Pro 13"  --  i5-8259U | 8GB LPDDR3 | 512GB NVMe | macOS Big Sur

Peripherals: Leopold FC660C w/ Topre Silent 45g | Logitech MX Master 3 & Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed | Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro Plus | Audio-Technica AT2020USB+

Displays: Alienware AW2521HF & BenQ BL2420PT

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go with this-

Ryzen 5 3600

decent B550 board or go with b450 tomahawk

7200 rpm 1 tb hdd

atleast 3200 mhz ram stick in 8x2 dual channel config.

5700xt Gpu

atleast 480 GB ssd

650 watts PSU atleast bronze rated

Nzxt case

Noctua nh-u12s cooler or 240 mm midrange AIO.

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13 hours ago, yash5599 said:

Nzxt case

No, considering they have shot airflow and are outperformed by cheaper cases. 

13 hours ago, yash5599 said:

650 watts PSU atleast bronze rated

Consumes ~300w at max load, a good 450w will handle it fine. Also, efficiency rating =/= quality. 

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11 hours ago, gloop said:

No, considering they have shot airflow and are outperformed by cheaper cases. 

NZXT cases are great to build in and if you're not running heavy overclocks the airflow won't be an issue. I've had 2 and never had issue. 

11 hours ago, gloop said:

Consumes ~300w at max load, a good 450w will handle it fine. Also, efficiency rating =/= quality. 

A 650W will last longer and be better for upgrades later down the line. 

Dirty Windows Peasants :P ?

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14 minutes ago, Lord Vile said:

A 650W will last longer

So an EVGA N1 650w will

 

1. Last longer 

and

2. Be better for upgrades

 

than a Corsair SF Gold 450w?

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30 minutes ago, gloop said:

So an EVGA N1 650w will

 

1. Last longer 

and

2. Be better for upgrades

 

than a Corsair SF Gold 450w?

Wouldn't get either tbh.

Dirty Windows Peasants :P ?

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