Wanted the newest parts at that time, I could have built a PC with spare parts but thats no fun, I would not have posted it on this forums.
Stock fans are fine especially for AMD, the only reason to get a third party CPU cooler would be because of noise and if you wanted to overclock.
np, I actually checked if Ryzen 3 had integrated graphics, but it didn't, also its better for Ryzen systems to have ram with a high frequency such as 3200, since I was trying hard to be budget I wanted to use ram with a lower frequency. One of these days I will build a PC with a AMD CPU.
What are your settings and frame rates on PUBG? With this build.
That makes sense, also its nice to have a backup HDD in case your ssd and main HDD die unexpectedly.
That may be true but I purchased the gpu before the CPU, I was also thinking of getting a 1070 in November.
Why a 2 1 tb hardrives and 1 2 tb harddrive, why not 2 2 tb hardrives, less data cables, less cable management, it would probably be cheaper, and I have no idea how you could fill 4 tbs of data and a 120 gb ssd.
So why 2 SSDs and a harddrive? I thought it was more practical to have your OS and most needed information on one SSD to boot up with and a harddrive if you needed the extra storage? Other than that great build.
Since sometimes pcpartpicker can't find the prices they leave it blank.
If all the prices were included it would be about 800-850 Canadian dollars. Which depending on your disposable income is not a student build.