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Dosent look too bad besides the very slow ram, I'd shoot for 3200 cl16. 850 is also a bit overkill for a 2060 (how's the price for a 6600xt?)  So a 650 watt should suffice

Budget (including currency): 100 000 BDT / ~1000us$

Country: Bangladesh

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Mainly for games and media consumption like, Genshin impact, Valorant, Apex, Amine/Movies.

Other details: I really don't know much about pc. this is a list I put together from linus video and some other sources [https://pcpartpicker.com/list/rNN8Xy] I still need headset, mouse, keyboard, OS etc. currently I always use a laptop form work so I don't have any pre existing parts. I could push my budget little higher if it worth it because I wont be upgrading in a while like 4 years. Any suggestions about anything will be helpful.

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Dosent look too bad besides the very slow ram, I'd shoot for 3200 cl16. 850 is also a bit overkill for a 2060 (how's the price for a 6600xt?)  So a 650 watt should suffice

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3 minutes ago, Ryuikko said:

Dosent look too bad besides the very slow ram, I'd shoot for 3200 cl16. 850 is also a bit overkill for a 2060 (how's the price for a 6600xt?)  So a 650 watt should suffice

since the power requirement is going up and up thats why i choose 850 for future upgrades should get 650?

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9 minutes ago, SunShines360 said:

since the power requirement is going up and up thats why i choose 850 for future upgrades should get 650?

What were you planning to upgrade to? 

An 850 would be fine but I'm not sure how the new atx 3.0 power spec would work out for older designed psus

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33 minutes ago, Ryuikko said:

Dosent look too bad besides the very slow ram, I'd shoot for 3200 cl16. 850 is also a bit overkill for a 2060 (how's the price for a 6600xt?)  So a 650 watt should suffice

Pretty sure 12th gen Intel barely benefits from faster RAM speeds unlike late Ryzen. Dude's not gonna see much value gain from faster ram in this build. 3200MHz is good and 16CL timing is respectable.

 

As for OP, I'd recommend a different board. Same price but you get more for it. RTX 2060 is a smart choice but the RX6600 is steadily replacing it. At worst case you'll get the same FPS with the Radeon and often more, unless you plan on RTX, then both are shit. For that specific case you're gonna need some fans, They keep the cost down by only including one but then your system's gonna choke and overheat.

Desktop: Ryzen 7 5800X3D - Kraken X62 Rev 2 - STRIX X470-I - 3600MHz 32GB Kingston Fury - 250GB 970 Evo boot - 2x 500GB 860 Evo - 1TB P3 - 4TB HDD - XFX 5600XT - RMx 750 W 80+ Gold - Manta

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11 minutes ago, venomtail said:

Pretty sure 12th gen Intel barely benefits from faster RAM speeds unlike late Ryzen. Dude's not gonna see much value gain from faster ram in this build. 3200MHz is good and 16CL timing is respectable.

Op changed the ram in the build, since it was 2400 cl19 last time I saw it 

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