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1 minute ago, Coolism said:

https://www.startech.com.bd/msi-mag-b550m-mortar-wi-fi-motherboard Well i have some extra budget left to spend anyway is this good enough?

 

 

Excellent board go for it

I live in Bangladesh and pretty much all pc parts are inflated as hell, this is around 1800$ in usd, i wanna build my first pc and was wondering what parts i could change. Thanks.

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How much do you want to lower the price of it? 

Some general rules

I'd get whatevers cheaper between a 5600 and 12400f since they perform pretty similarly

I'd get a different ram since they all perfrom pretty much the same given the same cas latency and speed

I'd get a different ssd since Samsung ssds are usually pretty overpriced 

 

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Look for regular 5600 instead of 5600X, they perform basically the same but the non-X may be cheaper.

 

Could consider a B450 board but you would probably want to make sure it's one that can flash BIOS without a compatible CPU.

 

You don't need a PCIe 4.0 SSD. 3.0 is fine. The difference in performance is not perceptible for everyday tasks and gaming. 

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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Cheaper case, ditch the premium rgb fans and get decent generics, no rgb ram, get a regular ssd not the super expensive pro version, Get a not overpriced board. And with the savings add a basic tower cooler to your cpu

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You could lower it by getting the non-x 5600.

Also a B450 motherboard with bios flashback support would be cheaper and lets you flash the bios in the case your CPU isn't supported.
Like this one

https://www.startech.com.bd/msi-b450-gaming-plus-max-amd-motherboard

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I lowered it down to 1500$ (forgot to mention my budget is around 1700$) thx everyone but i'm wondering if i can play most games at 2k with this rig or if i should downgrade the monitor to save some money627034538_StarTech-1660761069.thumb.png.b193e6c9c5ce7be11939cee3ae30e7ac.png

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4 minutes ago, Coolism said:

I lowered it down to 1500$ (forgot to mention my budget is around 1700$) thx everyone but i'm wondering if i can play most games at 2k with this rig or if i should downgrade the monitor to save some money627034538_StarTech-1660761069.thumb.png.b193e6c9c5ce7be11939cee3ae30e7ac.png

 

If 2k means 1440p (different people use the term "2k" differently), then yes this system should be good enough for esports games at 1440p/144fps and AAA single player games at 1440p/60fps.

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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10 minutes ago, Middcore said:

 

If 2k means 1440p (different people use the term "2k" differently), then yes this system should be good enough for esports games at 1440p/144fps and AAA single player games at 1440p/60fps.

Stick with the DS3H or jump up to something higher? I haven't looked in awhile but iirc Gigabyte's DS3H lineup is less than ideal.

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1 minute ago, FakeKGB said:

Stick with the DS3H or jump up to something higher? I haven't looked in awhile but iirc Gigabyte's DS3H lineup is less than ideal.

 

Yeah I would never buy one of the Gigglebites "alphabet soup" boards myself, but I don't actually think it would hold back the performance with a 5600. The MSI board @TetraSky linked is probably much better though. @Coolism

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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8 minutes ago, Middcore said:

 

Yeah I would never buy one of the Gigglebites "alphabet soup" boards myself, but I don't actually think it would hold back the performance with a 5600. The MSI board @TetraSky linked is probably much better though. @Coolism

Yeah 5600 is the limit of a b450 ds3h.

 

But op get a different board that board doesn't have bios flashback so if the bios is too old it simply won't work and you cannot update it without a compatible cpu.

 

Otherwise great alteraties that won't affect performance but drastically changed the budget.

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1 minute ago, jaslion said:

Yeah 5600 is the limit of a b450 ds3h.

 

But op get a different board that board doesn't have bios flashback so if the bios is too old it simply won't work and you cannot update it without a compatible cpu.

 

Otherwise great alteraties that won't affect performance but drastically changed the budget.

Alr I'll change the motherboard then since its in my budget anyway, but the thing is i want Wifi (Im new to pc building i think the wifi on motherboards just means they have wifi support) do i need to worry about wifi on my motherboard?

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Just now, Coolism said:

Alr I'll change the motherboard then since its in my budget anyway, but the thing is i want Wifi (Im new to pc building i think the wifi on motherboards just means they have wifi support) do i need to worry about wifi on my motherboard?

Nope. You can get an add in card too or usb stick. Just check which is cheaper.

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