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What can I build for 3300 shekels?

NinjaFluid772
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900p 60 fps? And what is your general verdict?

  Processor AMD AMD Ryzen 3 2200G 3.5Ghz Radeon Vega 8 AM4 - Box 1
  CPU Cooler Original AMD CPU Cooler 1
  Motherboards for AMD MSI B450M PRO-M2 AM4, AMD B450, DDR4, PCI-E, VGA, DVI, HDMI 1
  Memory HyperX FURY Black 2x8GB DDR4 2933MHz CL17 Kit 1
  VGA Cards MSI GTX 1050 Ti 4GB OC GDDR5 DVI HDMI DP PCI-E 1

 

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  Net Device On Board 10/100/1000 1
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  Case Antec P7 Window Green Mid Tower Case No PSU
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Hmm, is price a concern? Maybe get a first gen Ryzen 5 and put that in your B450 mobo? You don't need the APU if you've got the 1050Ti

 

Also why a sound card? 

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Looks pretty good to me, although the case doesn't have much air intake at all, it shouldn't get too hot anyways. Just check reviews of the GTX 1050 Ti on the games you want to play to see if it's gonna hold, but if you're not strictly talking about Ultra settings, I'm sure it'll hold.

 

Edit: You don't need a better CPU, if you decide to upgrade GPU in the future, just buy an used Ryzen and sell yours, I did the same with my i5 2500k to an i7 2600k.

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1 minute ago, Vasllo said:

Looks pretty good to me, although the case doesn't have much air intake at all, it shouldn't get too hot anyways. Just check reviews of the GTX 1050 Ti on the games you want to play to see if it's gonna hold, but if you're not strictly talking about Ultra settings, I'm sure it'll hold.

 

Edit: You don't need a better CPU, if you decide to upgrade GPU in the future, just buy an used Ryzen and sell yours, I did the same with my i5 2500k to an i7 2600k.

Alright,sounds good! 

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2 minutes ago, NinjaFluid772 said:

The problem is,I could only get this specific build.

This is what I work with.

Well then if that is the case its pretty good. Once you get it I would sell that sound card and Ryzen 3 and upgrade to a 1st/2nd Gen Ryzen 5 if the Ryzen 3 limits you. 

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Just now, DrMacintosh said:

Well then if that is the case its pretty good. Once you get it I would sell that sound card and Ryzen 3 and upgrade to a 1st/2nd Gen Ryzen 5 if the Ryzen 3 limits you. 

A ryzen 3 would would bottleneck the GTX 1050 ti?

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1 minute ago, DrMacintosh said:

Well then if that is the case its pretty good. Once you get it I would sell that sound card and Ryzen 3 and upgrade to a 1st/2nd Gen Ryzen 5 if the Ryzen 3 limits you. 

There is no dedicated sound card, it's probably just a thing the website he's searching in listed to make it sound better.

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1 minute ago, NinjaFluid772 said:

A ryzen 3 would would bottleneck the GTX 1050 ti?

Nope, pretty great pairing. You'll only need more if you upgrade your monitor and GPU in the future, which won't be hard to do.

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Just now, NinjaFluid772 said:

A ryzen 3 would would bottleneck the GTX 1050 ti?

No, but you just might want that extra overhead. Definitely not a requirement, just something that would be nice :3 

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Just now, DrMacintosh said:

No, but you just might want that extra overhead. Definitely not a requirement, just something that would be nice :3 

Okay,good to know. Thanks guys!

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2 minutes ago, Vasllo said:

Nope, pretty great pairing. You'll only need more if you upgrade your monitor and GPU in the future, which won't be hard to do.

Yes,the monitor is blurry but it's still pretty good for me.

 

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8 minutes ago, NinjaFluid772 said:

Could the GTX 1050 ti do GTA V 900p @900p

High setting maybe?

I would strongly recommend you looking for benchmarks on YouTube, you can get an idea for your performance on several games.

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I live in Israel,and I'm interested in 900p gaming

Its 900 dollars approximately

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