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Ryzen vs Intel 1440p gaming/video editing

I'll be by microcenter 10 days from now. 

 

Main use for this PC is gaming and editing saved gameplay videos. Main games played are dbd and siege right now and battlefield when it launches this year. 

 

Reused parts are 

Bequiet 500dx case, scythe fuma 2 cooler, 1tb WD sn550 nvme, 1tb adata xpg 8200 pro, 2tb Seagate mechanical, Corsair rmx 650 watt psu and msi rtx 2070 super 

 

What do you suggest I pickup here with a $600 budget 

Need CPU motherboard and ram

CPU:  Intel i7 11700f

Mobo: Asus strix b560 

Cooler: Corsair h115i capellix 280mm

Fans: 

GPU:  Asus rtx 3070 dual oc 

Ram: Team group vulkan 32gb 3600mhz 

Case: Be quiet 500DX

PSU: Corsair rmx750

Storage: 1tb WD Blue NVME, 500gb WD Blue Nvme,, 1tb WD Blue HDD

Display: Dell S2716dg 27 inch 1440p 144hz

Mouse: Glorious model O wireless

Keyboard: Glorious Gmmk compact, Silver speed switches and Glorious aura keycaps

 

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Assuming you also need a motherboard, for $600 your best CPU options based on their current pricing are probably:

 

Ryzen 7 5800X for $360

 

Ryzen 9 3900X for $380

 

Core i9 10850K for $320 with current offer of $20 off when you buy a compatible motherboard

 

Core i7 11700K for $320 + $20 with the same offer

 

All of those leave you $220-280 for a motherboard, which is more than enough to get a decent B550, X570, Z490, or Z590.

 

At those prices, both the 5800X and 10850K are very attractive options. Both are excellent gaming CPUs and good for video editing. The 11700K is really only needed if you want to go Intel and later upgrade to a Gen 4 NVMe drive.

 

If the budget is just for the CPU, then the 5900X for $550 is another option, but considering how cheap that 5800X is, the $190 difference probably isn't worth it for a primarily gaming focused build.

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@YoungBlade

Sorry I thought I put that I need CPU motherboard and ram. 

I've been thinking of getting the 10850k, hopefully this fuma 2 will keep it cool

 

CPU:  Intel i7 11700f

Mobo: Asus strix b560 

Cooler: Corsair h115i capellix 280mm

Fans: 

GPU:  Asus rtx 3070 dual oc 

Ram: Team group vulkan 32gb 3600mhz 

Case: Be quiet 500DX

PSU: Corsair rmx750

Storage: 1tb WD Blue NVME, 500gb WD Blue Nvme,, 1tb WD Blue HDD

Display: Dell S2716dg 27 inch 1440p 144hz

Mouse: Glorious model O wireless

Keyboard: Glorious Gmmk compact, Silver speed switches and Glorious aura keycaps

 

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Just now, Gohardgrandpa said:

@YoungBlade

Sorry I thought I put that I need CPU motherboard and ram. 

I've been thinking of getting the 10850k, hopefully this fuma 2 will keep it cool

 

I have a Scythe Fuma 2 for my 5900X and it works a treat. As long as you don't go too crazy on the overclocking, I think it should do fine with the 10850K.

 

Pairing that with 16GB of RAM and a motherboard for $280 (or $300 after the $20 discount, assuming it still applies or you can order ahead) should be easy. The main question is whether you go Z490 or Z590.

 

An important thing to consider is that if you get a Z590 board, you'll need to check to see if it disables the top M.2 slot when paired with a 10th gen CPU. Because 10th gen has 4 fewer PCIe Lanes and no PCIe Gen 4 support, a lot of motherboards disable that M.2 slot if not paired with an 11th gen CPU. It might be better to just get a Z490 board with 2 slots to avoid the issue. It isn't like you're gonna want to "upgrade" to an 11900K for PCIe Gen 4 support, since you'd be downgrading in every other respect.

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I'd prefer to go 10th gen due to lower pricing and not using a gen 4 drive. I don't plan on overclocking the CPU either. Stock speed should be more than fast enough for what I'm doing 

CPU:  Intel i7 11700f

Mobo: Asus strix b560 

Cooler: Corsair h115i capellix 280mm

Fans: 

GPU:  Asus rtx 3070 dual oc 

Ram: Team group vulkan 32gb 3600mhz 

Case: Be quiet 500DX

PSU: Corsair rmx750

Storage: 1tb WD Blue NVME, 500gb WD Blue Nvme,, 1tb WD Blue HDD

Display: Dell S2716dg 27 inch 1440p 144hz

Mouse: Glorious model O wireless

Keyboard: Glorious Gmmk compact, Silver speed switches and Glorious aura keycaps

 

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