Ryzen 3's are budget CPU's for light gamers just starting out or just general use. Ryzen 5's are for moderate gamers at 1080p for the most part. (Mid Range CPU) Ryzen 7 is for high end gaming high fps in triple A games at high resolution. And the Ryzen 9 is more for streaming or video creation on top of gaming. You could get one for a pure gaming rig but you really don't need 12 cores for just gaming. As you go up in tiers you get more cores, threads, and clock speed.
You don't need to water cool. Even with overclocking you should be fine with air cooling. As long you get a different cooler from the one with the Ryzen 9. If you do not plan on overclocking you would probably even be fine with the stock cooler from the CPU. As for the rest of the build it looks good as far as I can tell. What do you plan to use this for? Only recommendation would be to add a HDD for mass storage but maybe you don't need that.
Oh yeah I guess that doesn't make sense. Well I am very smart.
you could drop down to a 1660ti or a AMD card but I think it is worth it to go a bit over budget for the 2060. Also if you want you can remove the RGB fans but this case does not come with any fans so if I was you I would keep them. PCPartPicker Part List
1650's are not that good of cards some 1050's are better. No SSD? Really? a 4 core processor? Honestly I don't think this build is worth the money. But whatever.
alright just did
I like the mini monitor in the case. +1
Would you recommend Sony Vagas Pro? I have been looking to upgrade my editing software (I have WonderShare Filmora right now) I am editing gaming videos for my YouTube channel and want more effects and stuff. Anyways nice build +1
Not the speed the timings like 19-19-19-39 or something. Do you know anything about that?
Is the timing any good though? Ram is one of the computer parts I don't know everything about. I don't really know good timings from bad ones.
I don't know a whole lot about laptops but this one is on sale right now and seems to b what you would want. 7 hour battery life and a 1060 like you wanted. Only main downsides I see is that it has 2666 speed ram but that is rather common for anything build by a manufacturer, and the fact that it only has a 256GB SSD but there is space for you to add another 2.5 inch HDD or SSD if you need it. https://www.amazon.com/Acer-Predator-Overclockable-Aeroblade-PH315-51-78NP/dp/B07CTHLX8C/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=gaming+laptop&qid=1559827937&s=gateway&sr=8-3
Here is a link to the full build if you need it. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/VxkPP3
I thought 3m but a youtuber I watched said it lasted for only a few weeks before his power strip fell out from under his desk. In youtubers opinions anyways they don't seem to be that good. Guess it is more trial and error to see what works for each person.
Depending where they live it might be free shipping no matter what. It is free for me anyways and I don't have Prime.
What is your case? As far as I can tell the other guy is right. But you might be able to do something like remove a HDD cage to make more room depending on the case you have.
That GPU has got a lot of bad reviews on New-egg and on Amazon. If you get a 2070 don't get that specific one. Maybe get a EVGA or something.
Wait a month for the Ryzen 3000 series. (Comes out July 7th I believe) The new Ryzen GPU do not have a for sure release date yet but they will probably be cheaper and better than the RTX ones. If you don't want to wait get a 2060 or 2070 if you want to wait I think you could a get 2070 equivalent for around 400USD (316 pound) You probably won't need 32GB of ram if you are just going light rendering. But you could put it in if you want to. Anyways here is the build. PCPartPicker Part List
Nice. But it is coming time to go all AMD. Are you going to get a Ryzen 3000 series CPU or stick with the Intel one you have now?
Ok thanks for all the information. I'll try to switch up my parts list.
Yeah those things are kind of important. Most people miss one of them this guys kinda forgot them all... Whatever he is probably new.
I was going to type my own response but you don't need to hear the same thing 2 times. mayatola is right
So like this? PCPartPicker Part List
Ok good to know. What kind of specs would I need to be able to handle the 3600 speed?
Went for a better CPU than the other guy and also got a RGB fan plus light strip kit (The custom part) PCPartPicker Part List
Picked the closest Country to you but I don't know how accurate the prices and stuff is. PCPartPicker Part List
I would wait a month or so until the new Ryzen 3000 series is out. (That is what the custom CPU is. You have to click the link to see the CPU) Also you could fit a 2080ti in this build but it would be bottle-necked and wouldn't make sense. PCPartPicker Part List
I do not know for sure if this is the right price wise. What country are you in? I did a build for under 1125$ USD but the parts might not be available in your country. What country are you in? Does this parts list work for you? PCPartPicker Part List
I know that. But I will probably go with the new motherboard just because I can.
Probably go for a similar priced X570. Unless there isn't an at least simi good looking one for around the 180$
Depends on the Exact CPU. I would say 8 cores or under you would fine the smaller PSU. But if you get a 12-16 core CPU than get the higher watt PSU. (also overclocking is a factor)
Higher quality (still under 35$) : https://pcpartpicker.com/product/hyQRsY/be-quiet-pure-rock-slim-351-cfm-cpu-cooler-bk008
If you want to save a bit (17$) : https://pcpartpicker.com/product/FNXfrH/cooler-master-cpu-cooler-rrht228pkr1
I don't when you are making this build but I would wait a month or so until the Ryzen 3000 series comes out and use a CPU from that. But If you want to make it sooner I would go with the Ryzen 5. For the price point you are at it will be your best choice.
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(More info on Ryzen 3000 series) https://www.forbes.com/sites/antonyleather/2019/03/04/amd-ryzen-3000-series-specs-and-price-leak-again-16-core-zen-2-intel-beater-for-560/#261c7a1b20df
10/10. So amazing. What do you think of the Razer soundbar? I think I might get it for my new setup. Have you had any problems with it? +1
Just amazing. I am going to be doing a black and green build soon but this makes me rethink and consider a black and red build instead. +1
Ok thanks for the information!
X470 tend to be better. (Not always) They do support SLI unlike the b450 but I don't that will matter a whole to you. I think this build is more future proof I guess. Would be better if you plan on upgrading at any point. The 2600X does have 3.6 base clock speed while the non X version only have 3.4. The power supply you put in the build should be fine but if you were ever to upgrade you would have the switch that out.
I would get a SSD. External drives aren't that good and the hard drives are rather slow more for like videos files or something not good for lunching games. I would get this as a boot drive. Other than that I think it is ok. AIO can be rather loud just so you know it is up to you but air coolers are quieter idk if you care about that or not. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/8jH48d/sandisk-ssd-plus-240gb-25-solid-state-drive-sdssda-240g-g26
You don't have to get the M.2 if you don't want to. If you don'y want it than I would get this the SanDisk - SSD PLUS 240 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive instead of the Kingston one. It is a few $ more but better quality. Also if you are not going to overclock get the non X version the CPU. Anyways here is the build. PCPartPicker Part List
One RGB one not
Ducky - 80$ (If you don't care for RGB this is your best option. Bit pricey but Ducky keyboards are best of the best quality wise.) : https://www.newegg.com/p/32N-00A4-000G8?Item=9SIAHB08XC2768&source=region&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleMKP-PC&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleMKP-PC-_-pla-PandaTek-_-Gaming%20Keyboard-_-9SIAHB08XC2768&gclid=CjwKCAjw8qjnBRA-EiwAaNvhwOvmjWwPUfx7xXy8TUUh4QY7lLSUB_K_OQ1kkPTDe-n7R_7DstVBIRoCGVcQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
Corsair - 110$ (If you want a more Gaming style keyboard go with this one.) https://pcpartpicker.com/product/J4GxFT/corsair-ch-9109114-na-wired-gaming-keyboard-ch-9109114-na
I'd say get 3200 speed ram. It is just a bit more cost wise and for a high end build like this I think you should have 3200 speed. I think you will be able to notice a difference between and for just like 5$ more I think it is well worth it to get 3200 speed ram.