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Pc build, mainly for gaming

Budget (including currency): 15000 HRK = 2100 USD

Country: Croatia

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Cyberpunk 2077, RDR 2, League of Legends...(hopefully TES 6)

 

Hi guys,

 

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/fqzMC6

 

So I have a few questions about this build. 

 

Firstly, will PSU be enough and is be quiet! a reliable brand? Couldn't find anything better for a reasonable price.

 

I actually posted this to reddit before and someone mentioned that rtx 3060ti will struggle on 1440/144 Hz in games like Cyberpunk . Would upgrading to rtx 3070 help?

 

I went with an aftermarket cooler there, but should I? I don't plan to overclock anything at the moment, maybe sometime in the future.

 

Price of this build is roughly 1950 USD. If I take 3070 it will be exactly 2100 USD. Price will seem a bit high for you probably, but parts cost almost double as much here.

 

Any suggestion and advice is highly appreciated!

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Bequiet has some excellent PSU offerings. Pure Power is a decent model. If you choose to get an RTX 3070 you will need more than 600W.

 

An aftermarket cooler should help with noise levels.

 

80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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7 minutes ago, brob said:

If you choose to get an RTX 3070 you will need more than 600W.

would 650W be enough?

 

9 minutes ago, brob said:

An aftermarket cooler should help with noise levels.

and what about temp?

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1 minute ago, MrWhite112 said:

would 650W be enough?

 

and what about temp?

 

Check the GPU manufacturer's recommendations for suggested PSU capacity. 650W should be adequate for an RTX 3070 but the current trend is to go with a higher capacity unit.

 

Short answer, yes the cpu cooler chosen should reduce temps. 

80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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34 minutes ago, brob said:

but the current trend is to go with a higher capacity unit.

based on this, would you go 750W, even for a 3060ti?

 

lets say Corsair 750W RM750.

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25 minutes ago, MrWhite112 said:

based on this, would you go 750W, even for a 3060ti?

 

lets say Corsair 750W RM750.

 

I would, especially as it should allow for a GPU upgrade.

80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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19 minutes ago, brob said:

 

I would, especially as it should allow for a GPU upgrade.

Thanks for helping!

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