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Advice needed

Jadisre
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I'm looking on building a pc somewhere in November. I need help and advice with a few things though.

To be easier on you, I'm going to answer the guideline questions.

1. Budget & Location

Location is Estonia. If you don't know where that is then it's ok, we get that a lot. It is located in Europe, under Finland. We have euros. I'm mainly limited to Amazon uk and de. 

My budget is around 1000€ but the monitor is outside of that. Still, I don't want to go over 1300 if that is avoidable.

2. Aim

I'm going to be doing some light editing, streaming, playing games such as NieR:Automata, Overwatch and less taxing games as well.

3. Monitors

I'm thinking of getting one monitor to start with. 1080p with 120hz perhaps. Later I may upgrade and add one more but that will be more for non-gaming purposes.

4. Peripherals

The peripherals I want are the monitor and maybe a keyboard. I've never had a mechanical keyboard and it doesn't need to be cherry mx. I would like something under a hundred. I've been looking at this https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01HXPV9J0/ref=twister_B01M4G9A17?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 .

 

Current list is:

Cpu - Ryzen 2600

Cpu cooler - Ya can suggest one but doesn't need to be in the budget.

Motherboard - something like a b450 I think

Memory - Corsair vengeance lpx ddr4-3000 2x(16gb)

Storage - Aleast a 250gb ssd and a 2tb hdd

Gpu - Evga 1070 sc black

Case - H500i for that rgb ;))

Psu - Corsair cxm 550w 80+ bronze semi-modular

 

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1070 can push 144+ fps in most games on 1080p, look at a higher refresh rate.

 

The ryzen stock cooler is sufficient for a moderate overclock, so unless you really do end up needing it, don't buy a 3rd party cooler

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CPU: R5 3600 || GPU: RTX 3070|| Memory: 32GB @ 3200 || Cooler: Scythe Big Shuriken || PSU: 650W EVGA GM || Case: NR200P

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21 hours ago, Alexsolo said:

Do you plan on overclocking? If not, the stock cooler is sufficient.

I've been thinking of trying.

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21 hours ago, Slottr said:

1070 can push 144+ fps in most games on 1080p, look at a higher refresh rate.

 

The ryzen stock cooler is sufficient for a moderate overclock, so unless you really do end up needing it, don't buy a 3rd party cooler

So a 144hz monitor. Ok.

 

If I do end up overclocking then I won't overclock that much. Just out of curiosity. Why do you suggest not to buy a 3rd party cooler?

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