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Review and suggestions for my pcpartpicker build list

Budget (including currency): ~1100$ USD 

Country: USA

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Valorant, Overwatch, Apex, Warzone and the occasional AAA

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PC PART PICKER LIST- https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Anas271/saved/#view=gYDkf7

 

What I'm looking for- Cheap case, preferably microATX mini tower with good airflow

 

what you're upgrading from- 1050ti gaming laptop

 

when you're going to buy- in a few weeks

 

what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at: all on 1440p display 165hz (performance matters mostly for FPS, fine with ~120fps AAA)

 

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Not a bad system. Biggest change I'd make is the motherboard: the MSI B660M-A Pro is a much better board for the same price. 

 

Can't really comment on the case, mATX is a form factor I don't particularly care about for cases so don't know what the good and bad ones are. 

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i think the asrock one is identical with a few more ports and $10 less

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38 minutes ago, moghal said:

i think the asrock one is identical with a few more ports and $10 less

The problem with the ASRock board is the VRM on it is quite bad, and can power throttle a lot of CPUs. With a 12400 whether it likely won't make a huge performance difference, but if you ever want to upgrade to say a 12700 or 13700, odds are the chip will power throttle quite hard and performance will be pretty bad. The MSI board has a pretty respectable VRM solution for the price, so for $10 more I'd say it's well worth it.

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