23 days ago
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Not sure what settings you plan on running games at, but this would be good for ultra-ish settings 1080p @ 60+ FPS (1440p would also be possible), with nearly all AAA titles.
If you want to go the corners of your budget, you can bump the GPU up to a 2070:
If you prefer to buy Windows 10 from Microsoft themselves:
I'd swap the motherboard for an MSI B450 Tomahawk Max, to avoid any BIOS update issues. No real complaints with the rest of it.
The B450-F is 3rd Gen ready out of the box so there wouldn't be any need for BIOS updates.
Hmm, ok. I didn't know that there were any 3rd gen ready Asus B450's, good to know.
Yeah, when I'm going through motherboards, I check the manufacturer website for 3rd gen out-of-the-box support. It takes time but it's worth it, you can find cheaper solutions which won't give any problems that way.
What can I say except you're welcome...
In all seriousness, 16gb 3600mhz ram, 500gb m.2 SSD, 2080 SUPER for $1300. :)