a 2070 super, I chose it mainly fro 1 I got modern warfare with it free and 2 I really like the look of ray tracing and rn Nvidia is the only people that do it well.
You want 16 for timing on 36000mhz so the ram you have selected is ideal. Every part of build will work well together, it's actually very similar to my personal build lol. I just opted for a more expensive GPU but that's not a problem.
Does this budget include peripherals or is it just for the PC?
depending on what kind of game play you're going for a 240hz 1080p monitor might be of interest. If you play competitively the faster frames are going help a lot. If you're just looking for good resolution to play beautiful games then you're good with the current one.
The link leads to system builder not any specific list. Post the link to your build so we can see it
Was the reasoning on the 3700x vs a 3600 if, at least to my knowledge, current games don't use more than 4 cores
This looks like a fantastic build, you will not be disappointed
Yes, you are right. I'd only consider the use, if it's competitive gaming frames are gonna matter the most so 1080p is gonna be the way to go for this budget. If not and the user wants the best visual experience then sure, this will work
His listed card is a 5700 not a 5700 XT so 1440p will not reach 155 FPS on AAA games. Secondly the am4 slot leaving has not been confirmed. What has been confirmed is the am4 slot till at least the end of 2020
I'd agree with you for any FPS game but minecraft with rtx looks real good and it's the same price so it's definitely with it for no extra cost. Plus you get cod modern warfare for free if you buy one
Also I'm not sure what your using this pc for but if it's just gaming I'd say go to a 1080p monitor as the current card is gonna struggle to put 155 FPS at 2k resolution. Then I'd take some of that saved money and get an x570 board to make sure you future proofed as these have pcie express 4.0
I'd 100% go for the 2060 super over the 5700. Same price with similar performance but you get access to ray tracing with nvidias cards
If you haven't looked into the ryzen 3700x I'd pick that over an i7 9700k. Value is better and you could go without that water cooler because it comes with an tan cooler that works quite well.
Thoughts on this list?
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Only difference is the model is $60 and the keyboard is 120 so a little less total
The listed prices on this site are wrong. The model o is just 50 and the keyboard is 120. They are a little pricey but I'd like them
Those are right, it'll be used for a little work like emailing and writing reports and then some gaming. The main games are rainbow six, apex legends and pubg. I don't need them to run at 144 I just want the headroom because I'm sure some of these titles will run over 60. I do not need wireless
Thanks, I did find the 2 tb drive in my area. I've heard this drive gets hot, is the heat sync on the mobo good enough to keep it from burning out?
It is the sff case but idk if that changes the motherboard
Possibly, Itll be used solely to store games so eventually it may fill up.
Thank you! I will!
So if I can spend the extra ~$50 go for the ADATA? I would like something that will last a while and the reviews on the 660p have mentioned its not a drive to keep for a few years.
Awesome, another user also just recommended that one to me. If I have the money and the slots, would you recommend 1 m.2 and 1 2.5" ssd or 2 m.2's? I also am using a 2TB HDD.
So if my mobo has 2 m.2 slots, go for 2 ADATA's and not 1 ADATA and 1 2.5" SSD?
That link gave me a error 404 but i may go for an 860 evo.
Thank you for that comparison, I may go for that ssd.
So this comparison wont help by load time and boot time in games?
As well as the sound card
Yes, but I think I might stick with the stock cooler as I've heard good things about it.
If you can spend a few extra bucks I'd recommend upgraded to a 750 watt PSU, right now your build has an estimated wattage of 449 watts so you'd be running a 650 watt PSU at about 69% capacity possibly making the fans quite loud. Secondly I'd recommend the Samsung 970 Evo, It is slighty more expensive but in my opinion is well worth the price.
Thank you! I will take all of this into consideration.
Alright, thank you. I'm planning building a similar build and was afraid it might not fit.
Does that CPU cooler fit? Its specified as 240mm but the case specifies only a 165 clearance.
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