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First pc build ever and first non laptop, need help - edited

Can someone tell me if this is a good build, imma update the bios for the motherboard - https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Ntmdrv

If someone has suggestions and tips I would like to hear some : )


The build is 790 euro local prices, and second hand cpu gpu and ram from a friend and i know its in good shape 
 

PRICE OF PARTS
case - COUGAR Duoface Pro RGB Black / 180 BGN
motherboard - Gigabyte A520 AORUS Elite / 210 BGN
psu - Cooler Master - MWE 700 Bronze  / 150 BGN
MVMe - SSD памет Crucial - P3, 1TB, M.2, PCIe / 115 BGN
RAM - xpg dr80 x2 + cpu ryzen 5 5600x (from a friend) / 350 BGN
GPU - AMD Sapphire pulse 6700xt 12gb (2nd hand) / 500 BGN
TOTAL - 1,505 BGN / 837.18 USD / 770 EUR

Here are some sites that are in the country I live in, there are no better parts for my budget imo.
https://www.ozone.bg
https://desktop.bg
https://plasico.bg/komponenti
https://ardes.bg

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6 minutes ago, Pun said:

Can someone tell me if this is a good build, imma update the bios for the motherboard -  https://pcpartpicker.com/list/4cB84M
 

If someone has suggestions and tips I would like to hear some : )

 

Did you misclick?  700+ for a 6600XT?

 

What's your actual budget?  You can do better on almost every aspect.

"Do what makes the experience better" - in regards to PCs and Life itself.

 

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I wouldn't pay $300 for a 6600xt, let alone 700+ lmao

 

If you're willing to pay that much for a card, get a 4080 or 7800xt

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Seems pretty good overall, but I would rather get a b550 chipset motherboard, a cheaper cpu like the 5600, and a bit better gpu, for a reasonable price ofc

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11 minutes ago, Pun said:

Can someone tell me if this is a good build, imma update the bios for the motherboard -  https://pcpartpicker.com/list/4cB84M
 

If someone has suggestions and tips I would like to hear some : )

 

 

Not a good build. In fact it is almost horrible, but lacks enough pricing to be sure. I suggest you follow the outline provided in the pinned topic at the top of this forum. It provides readers with sufficient information to give useful advice.

 

 

80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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5 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

Did you misclick?  700+ for a 6600XT?

 

What's your actual budget?  You can do better on almost every aspect.

I fixed it thanks and yeah i think this is my budget the cpu and ram is from a friend so its a good price deal

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8 minutes ago, Pun said:

I fixed it thanks and yeah i think this is my budget the cpu and ram is from a friend so its a good price deal

Country of purchase?

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2 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Country of purchase?

Bulgaria - for price those were the cheapest i found and a friend helped me 

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I know Eastern Europe pricing is up the arse compared to Western Europe and especially US but even then this is pricy, 740eur for a PC so far of a 5600X and other parts isn't too impressive. Like new parts pricing for 3 year old stuff.

 

Can you link us maybe to some local stores so we can look ourselves?

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53 minutes ago, Pun said:

Bulgaria - for price those were the cheapest i found and a friend helped me 

 

You have parts that have no prices, some of which are fixed. How in the world do you expect reasonable suggestions with so many variables? 

 

Don't use parametric selection for parts. Select the actual part. This will allow you to use part configuration to manually enter the price. 

 

Without knowing how much the fixed items are, there is no way to make reasonable suggestions.

80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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6 hours ago, venomtail said:

I know Eastern Europe pricing is up the arse compared to Western Europe and especially US but even then this is pricy, 740eur for a PC so far of a 5600X and other parts isn't too impressive. Like new parts pricing for 3 year old stuff.

 

Can you link us maybe to some local stores so we can look ourselves?

my budget is this tbh i cant spend more atm 
here are some sites 
https://www.ozone.bg
https://desktop.bg
https://plasico.bg/komponenti
https://ardes.bg

idk how is this going to help but here you go i hope it does 

'' Like new parts pricing for 3 year old stuff.''
maybe but the stuff that are new doesn't mean they are all better + they have a price big difference and its just out of my budget : (

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5 hours ago, brob said:

 

You have parts that have no prices, some of which are fixed. How in the world do you expect reasonable suggestions with so many variables? 

 

Don't use parametric selection for parts. Select the actual part. This will allow you to use part configuration to manually enter the price. 

 

Without knowing how much the fixed items are, there is no way to make reasonable suggestions.

Its fixed, thanks 

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