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Help me build a pc for gaming

Budget (including currency): Around 600 dollars

Country: Qatar (can ship from other countries with Aramex, shop and ship etc)

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: CS2, VAL, LOL, P3D - MFSF - XPLANE 12, THE FINALS

Other details: already got a 3060 (might sell it and upgrade to 3060ti or 3070 used), got a case and all the peripherals
600 dollars is for CPU, MOBO, RAM, STORAGE, PSU
Ill be playing in either 1080p or 2k but high refresh rate in FPS games
options i have rn in used market is 

Asus Rog z390 + i5-9600K + 8GB corsair 3200mhz = 220$
MSI MPG z590 + i7-11700KF + 32GB Trident 3200mhz (claims 5.1ghz all cores) = 480$
2nd option looks better but is it worth the extra cash? also I'm not limited with these options i can keep looking for probably better deals or get new but keeping mind the budget

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2 hours ago, Jueyyy said:

i would probably go looking for a used 7600X and the rest of thi stuff cause you would have a new platform and ddr5 for upgrades in the future 

https://de.pcpartpicker.com/list/CBBGDZ

why amd not intel tho? Intel BX8071512600K Core i5-12600K Unlocked LGA1700 600 Series Chipset 125W CPU 735858499040 | eBay. im not saying i want intel i dont mind amd but want to know if its any better

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You could buy a Ryzen 7 5700x3d, that has huge performance boost in gaming but a little bit sacrificial on other non gaming app. But that's the "End" of AM4, that is why you could go on a AM5 Ryzen 5 7600x and later upgrade to a X3D down the road, because the AM5 Platform is still being updated and you can expect newer processors in the future. 

AMD Ryzen 7 5700X3D | Gigabyte B550M DS3H Rev 1.7 | Kingston Fury X 32GB DDR4 (2X16) 2666MHz | Gigabyte RX 6800 GAMING OC 16G |

Thermalright Peerless Assassin 120 SE | 3X Rakk Maris Pro 120mm RGB Fans | Rakk Dulus Case | Gigabyte GP-P650G 650W 80+ GOLD Certified Active PFC 

Lexar NM710 M.2 1TB NVMe SSD Gen 4 | Crucial MX500 500GB 3D NAND SATA

KOORUI 24E3. 24" 1080p Gaming Monitor, 165Hz Refresh Rate, IPS Panel

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10 hours ago, foxbill86 said:

You could buy a Ryzen 7 5700x3d, that has huge performance boost in gaming but a little bit sacrificial on other non gaming app. But that's the "End" of AM4, that is why you could go on a AM5 Ryzen 5 7600x and later upgrade to a X3D down the road, because the AM5 Platform is still being updated and you can expect newer processors in the future. 

True but something I should've added to the post (my bad) I'm not really looking into upgrading constantly, I'll probably stick to 1080p gaming for the next 5 years (maybe upgrade it 2 years minimum) so in the meantime Is it better to get used or new ETC...

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