- I7 8700 (BRL 1822 = 486 USD), Ryzen 7 2700 (BRL 1884 = 502 USD), I7 8700k (BRL 2132 = 568 USD) or Ryzen 2700x (BRL 1578 = 420 USD)? Ps.: Have in mind that I don't want to overclock.
41 minutes ago, kodvik said:
- Vega 64 (BRL 3764 = 1004 USD), GTX 1080 Ti (BRL 4508 = 1202 USD), RTX 2070 (BRL 3649 = 973 USD) or RTX 2080 (BRL 4599 = 1226 USD) ? Ps.: I'll use this PC for playing games and make some projects in SolidWorks and cad.
2070 as long as it's a good card
42 minutes ago, kodvik said:
- For RAM I'm thinking about getting 16Gb DDR4 3000MHz now and upgrade to 32Gb later, so... here are some questions about it... when I upgrade do I have to match the type (brand...speed and product code)? another question about RAM: Which one is better? Getting one stick of 16Gb now and another of 16Gb later or 2 sticks of 8Gb now and more 2 of 8Gb later? (Prices are really close... so is there any performance difference ?)
now 2×8, another 2×8 later. most of the times you can combine ram sticks, but it will clock to the lowest frequency. single channel can be bad in some workloads
43 minutes ago, kodvik said:
For drives, I'm thinking about SSD of 240Gb (BRL 235 = USD 63 USD) for the OS and main games + a hybrid HD of 1Tb (BRL 446 = 116 USD) or 2Tb (BRL 635 = 169 USD) for the rest of games and programs... Any suggestions of changes that I could make ? or is that a good setup already? Ps.: 1Tb SSD have a REALLY high price here (BRL 1881 = 501 USD).
just get a 240 gb ssd and a 2 tb normal hdd. hybrid disks aren't worth the high cost