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Ryzen 3700 5700xt tridentz

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zapuxas098

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Hey everyone,

Looking for an advice for building a new PC with the currently new AMD parts. I've decided over a few parts but still hesitating about the other.  

 

First of all, it is going to be a med-high(1440p ~120hz) build for around 1000-1500 euros.

Parts on the list:

CPU- Ryzen 3700x
GPU- Radeon 5700xt(Waiting for the reference cards - custom cooler to be released as I am not a fan of blower type)
Case: Thermaltake CA-1l3-00m1wn-00
SSD: Kingston A400 480GB  +  1TB Seagate 7200RPM (Might upgrade to larger later)

PSU: Looking for an advice
RAM: G.Skill Tridentz RGB 3600mhz CL16 2x8GB  (looking for an advice) up to 200Euro
MOBO: Aorus Elite X570 (Looking for an advice) up to 250-300 euro


*Not really going to overclock(Neither RAM or CPU), boost clock is going to be enough of the CPU.

 

 

Thanks in advance!


Edited by zapuxas098, 13 July 2019 - 06:12 AM.

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Avoid the Seagate drive.  Get a Western Digital Black instead.


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I might not even use the 1TB HDD at first, as you say... will most likely get a larger SSD or a different HDD. But besides that, storage related topic is the easiest.

 

I am more into the other parts, are they all compatible enough, any better options regarding RAM/MOBO? And what about the PSU overall?


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