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Will ryzen 5 1600x work with GIGABYTE INTEL GA-Z270X-GAMING 7 6TH/7TH GENERATION? If not then which processor is best for this motherboard
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Gday Darknova  :welcome: 

No, that won't work as it is an Intel MB.   You will need an AMD AM4 Socket Motherboard. 

http://www.pcworld.c...m4-chipset.html

We can Help sort a build for you if you let us know the computers main use and a budget. 

Do you want to build using and Intel or AMD CPU?

Please let us know. 


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Thanks for the information
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Asus Prime B350-PLUS is better than gigabyte Intel GA z270x G7?
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The B350 (AMD CPU) is a A mid range MB.   The Z270x plus (Intel CPU) is a top range MB.   you can't say that one is better than the other as they are meant for different kinds of computer use.

 

You choose the CPU first, then MB, then RAM, drives, case, video card if required, then the PSU.

 

If you answer my question, I can help you choose parts.

 

What will you be using the computer for, 1. Internet browsing, Facebook, watching video, office work.  

2.   A gaming machine.  

3.   A workstations for Photo/video/music editing/production.

What is your budget?

Do you have a monitor, keyboard/mouse?   Any other parts.

In which country will you buy parts from? 

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Gaming mostly
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I have all other parts
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How much do you want to spend.

Are you saying you have everything except a motherboard and CPU?


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Yes
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Around $500
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The Intel CPU is overclockable and will keep up with, (support) a GTX 1070.

The MB supports, all the features you need, good quality board.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/3Wx2LD

 

Important that you list the make and models of your other parts so we know they will be compatable with the MB and CPU. 

RAM.

Case.

PSU.  


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I heard many people saying that Intel cpu quickly gets hot
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Not if it has a decent cooler. 

Are you going to list your parts?


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Gpu Rx 480 4gb

Cpu cooling H55 dual sp 120
16 gb ram 8*2
Cpu 1400 amd ryzen 5
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Cpu 1400 amd ryzen 5???   Do you already have this?

You said you needed a CPU and MB.

I asked for the PSU.


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