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Looks pretty good! I'd only make a few changes

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/NpFCC6

I'd switch to an Intel option since it's cheaper and has a bit more perfromance

Good cooler thats white 

Mostly white board 

Cheaper ram with rgb, although it'll probably be covered by the cpu cooler

Slightly cheaper 1tb storage

3070 instead of 3060ti. Afaik there's only the hellhound line of cards that are white on amds side, and they tend to be pretty pricey, so I'd probably stick with the vision cards

 

Budget (including currency): 

1000$ to 1.500(ish)$ USD

Country: United states

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: 

Space engineers, Fps(s) Valorant mostly, Rpgs, ESO mostly, digital art and animation, 

Other details

besides a 2tb ssd i don,t have existing parts, im going from a shared computer/my school laptop

Monitors:

i own an Xppen artist pro 24 1440p, and a 1080p Asus monitor,

what im looking to buy:

(plus what im posting for i dont know if this is enough, if there are gonna be compatibility issues, etc)

https://pcpartpicker.com/user/EmberAirlorn/saved/TwPDjX

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*I'm also saving up currently for this build and I'm open to raising my budget to 2000usd being the absolute highest

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Looks pretty good! I'd only make a few changes

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/NpFCC6

I'd switch to an Intel option since it's cheaper and has a bit more perfromance

Good cooler thats white 

Mostly white board 

Cheaper ram with rgb, although it'll probably be covered by the cpu cooler

Slightly cheaper 1tb storage

3070 instead of 3060ti. Afaik there's only the hellhound line of cards that are white on amds side, and they tend to be pretty pricey, so I'd probably stick with the vision cards

 

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I don't see any compatibility issues with that system, but there are a lot of part decisions that aren't really that practical. 

 

First, we're close enough to new CPU launches (AM5 will be announced by the end of the month) that if it's possible, you really should be waiting for next gen parts to release before building a new system. Even if you don't want to go next gen, last gen parts will likely get some pretty deep price cuts, so you can get the same system you'd get today for a fair amount less. GPU launches are also starting to come up, but we're far enough away that I wouldn't be saying "wait at all costs." If you do end up waiting (like you really should be if possible), part prices change frequently enough that whatever recommendations made today won't likely be relevant by then.

 

If you do want to build a system today (say if your laptop just broke and need a computer within the week), you can get a much better value system, for $1500 you can get a system with a 3080 and the same performance of CPU

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/6fkqNc

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41 minutes ago, Ryuikko said:

Looks pretty good! I'd only make a few changes

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/NpFCC6

I'd switch to an Intel option since it's cheaper and has a bit more perfromance

Good cooler thats white 

Mostly white board 

Cheaper ram with rgb, although it'll probably be covered by the cpu cooler

Slightly cheaper 1tb storage

3070 instead of 3060ti. Afaik there's only the hellhound line of cards that are white on amds side, and they tend to be pretty pricey, so I'd probably stick with the vision cards

 

Thanks for the suggestions:) im curious though, iv heard before from friends that amd is better for gaming, is this true or more of a rumor 

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14 minutes ago, EmberAirlorn said:

Thanks for the suggestions:) im curious though, iv heard before from friends that amd is better for gaming, is this true or more of a rumor 

You can't say generally that amd or nvidia are better for gaming Since you'd probably have to compare individual cards and with what games. Amd is usually better for price to performance then nvidia is though.

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