Are you just doing Video and Photo editing? You say mainly but even if you are doing a bit of gaming or say 3D modeling a GPU would make sense to have. You don't need one but if I was you, I would put in a cheep one like this just to have. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/ZYMwrH/msi-radeon-rx-560-1024-2-gb-aero-itx-oc-video-card-rx-560-aero-itx-2g-oc
What are you going to be using the build for? (What games?, At what fps at what resolution with what settings? Will you be using it for anything besides gaming? Ex. Streaming, Video editing, 3D modeling. I do not see anything wrong with the part's themselves but this is a very powerful PC and there is a good chance that all this power is not needed. (Only thing I might change is get a Platinum power supply. You don't have to but for higher end builds like this it is nice to have.
I am looking to do a build in this case. Any complaints with it? I am not going to be doing a water build. I have heard that this case doesn't get good air flow do you think it still be ok for me? nice build though. +1
You could get white key caps if you wanted to or maybe check out this keyboard. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/zRndnQ/razer-blackwidow-x-chroma-mercury-edition-wired-gaming-keyboard-rz03-01762000-r3m1
FOr ram it is mainly how they look. But I wouldn't go with the absolute cheapest as sometime they aren't made quite as well as say corsair ram. These are both good options though. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/zK7v6h/team-t-force-vulcan-16gb-2-x-8gb-ddr4-3200-memory-tlgd416g3200hc16cdc01
You don't have to get it. If you don't plan on upgrading than just get the 650w. But if you got like a 2080 or more ram it would be nice to have the 850w supply. I have heard it is best to have double what your watt usage is I am not sure if this is true or not but it won't hurt to get the 850w.
I do know that prices will change a lot especially during black Friday. I more want a idea of the parts to get no a whole about the price as i can move a fair amount on that. Is this better? PCPartPicker Part List
I put in a different monitor but that is up to you the one I have is just a bit cheaper. But I was able to put in a 2070. Also got a better Cpu cooler not just the stock one. Beside that just did a few things like gave you a 850w power supply instead of 650w (room for upgrading), 3200 speed ram instead of 3000 speed, and switched out the motherboard. PCPartPicker Part List
Would the cable combs for the white cables but a few people have already said that. Great setup though like the color scheme. How do you like the Keyboard? I am looking to get it when I do my next build at the end of this year. Any complaints? +1
Forgot to mention I will probably go with the 3000 Ryzen series if they are good. If not than i will just get the 2000 series Ryzen 7 in the build right now.
What do you think of the case? I was thinking of getting it (Or maybe the Razer version) for my next build. +1
yeah forgot that Ryzen 5 2600 didn't have the build in graphics but I put in the G version here. PCPartPicker Part List
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wow well I think you need new ram than. DDR3 won't work with newer motherboards and 1600 speed wont cut it. I would sell the CPU and maybe the GPU you have now and get new ram.
You might be able to get enough from parts you have now to upgrade the RAM. What speed is the RAM? I think 8GB will be enough but you can upgrade to 16 if you want. Just make sure to get at least 3000 speed ram.
For the parts you already have that I want to keep I marked as purchased but I don't know the exact brand and stuff of those parts. I also went a bit over but here you go. PCPartPicker Part List
Could go down to a Ryzen 5 and than get a 2070 if you want. PCPartPicker Part List
Well it is a lot. Unless you are doing top end videos or photo editing, or 3d rendering stuff you don't need it. Having 32GB verses 16GB will not improve gaming.
I am not that concerned about air flow. I will not be working the PC that hard. No overclocking or anything. Do you think i would get ok temps?
what are you using it for? 32GB of ram is a lot.
I would not use that GPU. There are tons of bad reviews on Amazon and Newegg If I were you I'd either find a different card like say the 1660ti or buy used. I know most people want all new parts. But, you get more for you money buy getting something like say the GPU used. Of course there is always the risk that it was used for mining so it is really up to you.
just a bit different from the other 2. PCPartPicker Part List
Ok, I was expecting some things to have the black bars. I don't think it will bother me much as I am coming from a 23 inch monitor so even the things that only support 27 inch will still be better.
Wow I like the case you used. I am a fan of those clean cases. Was thinking of using a NZXT case for my next build but I might have to use the one in this build.
Yeah I was pretty sure that he wanted the monitor in the budget. Maybe I am the one who read it wrong, who knows? Well now he has options.
uhh yeah but I am pretty sure they wanted the monitor including in the price he gave.
I am the only one that included the monitor in the budget. This is what you wanted right? I mean you said "I have a total budget (with monitor) of around £1250 with a little leeway." maybe these people can't read idk.
Went a bit over but here you go PCPartPicker Part List
It is recommend to get double watts than what you need. More upgrading room and for best performance.
Uhh yeah. That build will destroy anything you throw at it. The other guy is right though. 32Gb if overkill unless you are doing some heavy end Videos or Photo editing, or like 3D modeling stuff. If this is just a gaming or Streaming build than you can take out 16Gb of ram. This post will also fit better in the "parts list opinions wanted" area. I feel like I am just re wording what this other guy said. Yeah I agree with everything he said.
take another one of the screws off the case (Same as the one you lost) and go to like Lows, go to their screw section and try to find another screw that matching the one you lost.
I have a micro atx motherboard in a atx case. It only takes up like 1/4 of the case. Definitely looks out of place. I thin this depends on what you are going to be using the PC for. If you are just going to be gaming than the Intel chip is the way to go. But if you plan on streaming, or doing like a lot of multitasking than I would go with the Ryzen one as they are better at multitasking.
You should probably move this to "opinions on part list" section
You can basically get the best of the best with this budget. PCPartPicker Part List
OS required? Do you need the monitor including the budget? Keyboard, Mouse, ect needed?
yeah thanks for that
i am more of a Ryzen person but the Intel one seems like a better deal. Unless you are going to be doing quite of bit of multitasking than I would go with the Intel one.
This will work great for you. But you just said as cheep as possible you probably could go lower in price if you want to. It would be easier if you would give us an exact price. I put in RGB fans but if you want you can take them out. PCPartPicker Part List
Went below your budget here you could put in more RAM or do a 2080ti but here is the build in the correct currency. PCPartPicker Part List
oh i forgot to change it back.... i am stupid give me a minute
10 TB of HDD space and 500GB on a m.2. 32GB of 3200 speed ram. PCPartPicker Part List
The Operating System is rather you need Windows or not. I didn't know if you needed it but I put it in there in case you did. You could put in 16 more GB of ram or a 2080 if you want to but, I don't think either is needed but, if you want it to be future proof you could do that. PCPartPicker Part List
Yeah I know a lot of Ryzen's do but I just didn't feel like telling which have them and which don't
Yes you need Cpu cooling most CPU's do not come with a cooler but you NEED one. This is a nice rather cheep one if you want to get it.
Went on the lower side of your budget could get a Ryzen 7 if you want to spend a bit more.
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