What wall mount did you use for your monitor? Would you recommend it? Really nice build! +1
Nice build. Looks really good for a 800$ build. +1
Would you recommend this fan setup? I am going to be getting this case soon and I am not sure what is the orientation for my fans. +1 very clean build
I am only like 40 months late...
Love That case, nice execution. I hear that case can be hard to do right. +1
I would go AMD but yeah these are great builds. Only thing I would change is put in 3600 speed ram in the AMD build
How are the custom cable extensions working for you? I am planning on buying them for my next build. any complaints about em'? Also nice setup +1
I tried to put in a better gpu than ImperiousBattlestar but I couldn't even get a 1660ti in so this is the best you are going to get.
Yeah I agree wit this build. I would just switch out the motherboard to this it still says that it might need a bios update but I have heard from a few people that it does not need one. https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/kcCFf7/asrock-b450mac-micro-atx-am4-motherboard-b450mac
ah, ok. I'll adjust my parts list.
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True but for downloading games or transferring file he will I think it is worth the extra money to go corsair but you do you.
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I agree with this build for the most part that m.2 is not that good though I would go a corsair one for 129.99 instead https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Ny22FT/corsair-mp510-960gb-m2-2280-solid-state-drive-cssd-f960gbmp510
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Yeah this build looks good to me. I would just put in one more case fan as this case only comes with 2 and it would be nice to have 1 in the back and 2 in the front
The motherboard you listed isn't available atm so I just put in a similar one. I also put in a corsair M.2 they are rather similar performance to the EVO ones and are cheaper. I also put in a case and power supply. As for wifi you have a couple options get a more expensive motherboard with built in wifi like this one https://pcpartpicker.com/product/HQVG3C/gigabyte-b450m-ds3h-wifi-micro-atx-am4-motherboard-b450m-ds3h-wifi or get a usb wifi stick thing like this https://pcpartpicker.com/product/dmYXsY/asus-wireless-network-card-usbac56
Anyways this is the build PCPartPicker Part List
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Or for the monitors you could do 2 of the same like this
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You dont have a budget posted but this is themax you would need tbh. PCPartPicker Part List
And this is a rather cheap one. PCPartPicker Part List
Yeah there is no reason for me to make a build for you as these are your best options.
I guess the ram doesn't matter a whole lot in gaming. Coming from someone that does video editing a lot I always like the faster ram and with it being pretty much the same price here I just always go with it.
I was going to do a Intel build but honesty AMD is so good these days. The build ended pretty similar to Thinshaw18's but whatever. PCPartPicker Part List
Kinda slow ram and that is a power supply I have never heard of but the case is cool. But you would have to change the ram and power supply anyways for the USA as they are not available here.
Intel option for you. It does only have 8GB of ram but it is 3200 speed and for gaming this is just fine. If you plan on doing video editing or something the 16GB would be worth your money otherwise this is fine. I was able to put a 580 in it so that is nice. Anyways here is the build. PCPartPicker Part List
Corsair would be your best bet although it is 30$ over your budget. Although if you can't move on price the Crucial is your best bet. PCPartPicker Part List
A Ryzen build for you. They are better at multitasking and stuff. Also WAY faster ram than the other guy 2666 will not cut it. 3200 minimum I would say. PCPartPicker Part List
If that is the case you should probably just look on ebay for a a cheap full system. (Or Craigslist, Facebook Market Place, ect)
Pretty much the same as Pawacorn but whatever. PCPartPicker Part List
I went Intel as well as basing it a bit more on looks than the other guy so you have options. I will say his cpu is better for the price so just take your pick. PCPartPicker Part List
Yeah this is pretty as cheap as you can get. Just go with this guys build. As for Windows I would download it on a usb thumb drive (If you don't have another PC or Laptop to download it from go to local computer store than they will probably do it for you) than put the drive into your pc to download windows and you can just use it without a key. It works the same you just have a watermark on the right bottom corner of your screen but it is rather small.
Here is green and black the ram is RGB so it is a bit more expensive you could get just black ram though if you want. I would recommend this https://pcpartpicker.com/product/RLqhP6/corsair-vengeance-lpx-16gb-2-x-8gb-ddr4-3600-memory-cmk16gx4m2z3600c18
But here is the Black and Green version. PCPartPicker Part List
In this build there is pretty much the best CPU for your money right now the Ryzen 5 3600x. A few other things to note are the GPU which is the 2060 SUPER this is basically the same performance as the 2070 for WAY cheaper. This build does have a bit of red and black theme if you do not like that I could change it up for you. I did go under budget you could upgrade the CPU or GPU if you felt like you need to. But I think this is kinda the sweat spot for PC's and if you go for say a 2080 your price to performance starts to drop. You could also add a HDD (Hard drive) for mass storage if you wanted. You could play your games (Overwatch and Apex Legends) on high settings if you wanted and still get good fps. Last but not least the Monitor it is a 144hz panel 1920x1080 1ms response time. You said you would be ok with just an ok monitor but I had a lot of room left in the budget so I put in a pretty good one. PCPartPicker Part List
I put in a CPU cooler and Storage in the build you didn't say you had them but you didn't say you needed them either... Idk just take them out if you already have them. But here is the build. PCPartPicker Part List
I recommend going with something like this. The 2060 SUPER is basically the same performance as the 2070 for way cheaper. But if you do not like this just go with Planemaster's build. PCPartPicker Part List
Ryzen build would play any of your games at 60fps and has 16GB which will help with the photo editing. It also kinda has a red and black theme so if you like looks that is a plus.
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Nice Build but as the other guy said did you plug in the GPU? Your pc will work without it plugged in as your CPU has built in graphics but you really should plug in the GPU. Otherwise nice build. +1
I am going to be using a lot of the sames parts in my next build. (CPU, Motherboard, and SSD) How is the build working for you? Would you recommend the parts to someone else? +1
I am doing black and green but I have not built it yet. I need to save up for the last few parts (case, Power Supply, and Fans.)
I did not go with the X version of the CPU only because it is only a .2 boost clock speed difference. Which I don't think is worth the 50$ more it costs. Only downside is Motherboard might need a bios update.
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How is the CPU? I just ordered one but wont be able to use it for 5.5 months as I need to save up for the rest of my rig. Going to be annoying to have it just sitting but it will be worth the wait. Nice Build +1
Not necessarily Ruslanamruddin. It probably wont effect gaming that much but in tasks like video editing, rendering, 3D molding and more ram hungry tasks you might see a bit of a drop in performance.
well the 3000 series CPU's ideal ram speed is 3733. But I think 3200 would be fine with a bit of overclocking. But I would get 3200 speed over the 3000 they have.
I would say yes. You get a better cooler and way more room for overclocking. If you do not plan on overclocking than I would say go with the 3600.
I think the 3600 would be worth it. You could still be able to get away with a x470 motherboard. Only issue is the ideal ram speed for the new series of CPU's is 3733. You would be fine with the ram you have but Ryzen CPU's are ram hungry and you might not get the most use out of the CPU with the ram you have.