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Gaming PC, what do you think of these components?

Budget: 1500Fr-2000Fr (1Fr is about 1$)

Country: Switzerland

Used for: A few different games and smaller tasks

Other details I will use digitec.ch for buying the parts cuz digitec is located in Switzerland which makes the shipping a lot faster

This is my component list so far:


566Fr GPU: RTX 2060 6gb https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/evga-geforce-rtx-2060-sc-6gb-grafikkarte-12002882


360Fr CPU: i7 11700k (3.6ghz 8core) https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/intel-core-i7-11700k-lga-1200-360-ghz-8-core-prozessor-14715799


192Fr Motherboard: gigabyte Z590 Gaming X https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/gigabyte-z590-gaming-x-lga-1200-intel-z590-atx-mainboard-14908084


92Fr RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro (2x8gb) https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/corsair-vengeance-rgb-pro-2-x-8gb-ddr4-3200-dimm-288-ram-8908274


202Fr Storage: Origin Storage (1TB ssd) https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/origin-storage-1tb-m2-ssd-6gbs-80mm-1000-gb-m2-2280-ssd-10116826


72Fr Cooling: Be quiet! Dark Rock 4 https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/be-quiet-dark-rock-4-1594-cm-cpu-kuehler-8192688


0Fr Case: Not sure yet


185Fr PSU: Corsair RM1000X (gold, 1000w) https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/corsair-rm1000x-1000-w-pc-netzteil-15626047


1669Fr Total


This is my first time building a pc, so please tell me, if there are any compatibility issues or if there are better components for a similar price.

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You can save some money on the power supply, that system won't go over 500 watts in power consumption, so a 650w psu would be fine. If you think you're gonna upgrade to a RTX 3070 then maybe consider going for a 750w model, or 850w for a RTX 3080/ RTX 3090


No idea about Origin brand when it comes to SSD, the 202 Fr sounds a bit high for a 1 TB SSD.

Also, the specs are all over the place .. they say it's MLC based which I highly doubt, will be either TLC or QLC...  and they also say it's only SATA ... which I also doubt at that price.  You'd want nvme, pci-e 3.0 at the very least.


CPU and motherboard is fine, but you could probably get better performance in games by dropping the cpu a bit and upgrading to a better video card.


There's a 3060 with 12G vram on that site at 680 euro: https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/evga-geforce-rtx-3060-xc-gaming-12-gb-grafikkarte-14985153

I didn't keep up with how 3060 compares to 2060 but the vram alone should make it worth it for long term... more and more games use 8 GB vram and higher, at higher resolutions like 1440p 



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You could save quite a bit of money by just going for a i5 and non z board allowing you to get a much better gpu. Without impacting your gaming performance.


Also the psu is beyond stupid overkill. This system you built can run on half of that.

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Don't pay that much on such a bad GPU

Get this 6600XT it's much better and slightly expensive. 





Get this cooler instead



That power supply is hella overkill, There is no need to overpay for 1000w while you don't need it at all.



I don't get why SSDs are so expensive on that site, While everything else seems to be priced well, But that drive is literally garbage, M.2 Sata drive with is slow as hell, Don't get it, Here's better options for cheaper.







Here is some good cases to have a look at 






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Actually, I looked at prices and 5600X is much cheaper, While it being only about 5% slower. In games you don't lose any frames, Neither performance. 11700K ain't good CPU, So getting 5600X and saving money on that is better idea.

Get 5600X and B550 Tomahawk, That'll save you almost 150fr, While not giving up anything in exchange. 

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