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Hello! Check my build that I'm going to buy please! is it ok? I need some expert's thoughts, I would be very grateful!
The only game I play is Fortnite. I want sometimes record my screen (1080 60fps) while playing recording on CPU. All setings low just want to get good framerate as much as possible. Cuz I'm on 240hz 1080 25' G-sync monitor.


GPU: Palit 2070 Super JetStream
CPU: Ryzen 5 3600, 6c/12t (I'll be using it's stock fan)
Motherboard: Gigabyte B450 S2H
PSU: Corsair TX650M Semi 650W Gold+
RAM: Kingston Fury 2x8gb 3200Mhz CL18
Case: Corsair Spec Delta
1tb + 240gb SSD

Won't be overlocking, at first wanted to buy i5 8400 or i7 8700 but people proved to me that Ryzen is the way.
No extra money. Can buy 2060 Super instead of 2070 Super it's 111$ cheaper and invest in other component. Any critism? Thoughts?
Thanks for attention!
 
Yes, the parts will work just fine together. Possibly getting an I7 8700 set up,might have yielded 5% extra FPS, but the Ryzen system will be perfect for you with high FPS, and an awesome gaming experience.

Going with the 2070 Super is a bit much. I'd defo get the 2060 Super which will stomp all over 1080p 144hz and be really good at 1440p 60hz too.

Maybe a slightly better PSU to put with your new hardware.

Something like this:

PCPartPicker Part List

Power Supply: SeaSonic FOCUS Plus Gold 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply ($96.95 @ Amazon)
Total: $96.95
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-08-21 14:54 EDT-0400
 
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I will get a better brand for gpu
CL18 is kind of too high
2070 for fortnite is kind of overkill in 1080p.
What is your total budget and country?
Corsair seems fine to me
2070 Super for fortnite is ok cuz in lategames fps drops even pro players with just beast PCs can rut them on ~200 fps
Total budget is 1220$. Country: Latvia
 
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do you have a website for pricing?
I meant GPU brand, Palit is not the best.
PSU is very good, no need to change.
I've been on palit and it's seems so good for me. Also in the yt reviews says that Palit 2060/2070 Super aren't noisy and max temperature is 158°F pretty cold I think
What do you mean the website? I'm buying on oreol.eu its one of the cheapest in my country but I will need to wait some 5-10 days while they deliver pc components to me from their store in Sweden
 

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Palit is fine. They are pretty big, from my understanding, in Europe. DDR4 3200 CL16 for sure, on the ram. I would not use 3000 speed ram. That board will need a bios update, with a 1st or 2nd gen CPU, in order to use a 3600. I would advise getting a low end x570 board, like the Asrock Phantom.
 
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Palit is fine. They are pretty big, from my understanding, in Europe. DDR4 3200 CL16 for sure, on the ram. I would not use 3000 speed ram. That board will need a bios update, with a 1st or 2nd gen CPU, in order to use a 3600. I would advise getting a low end x570 board, like the Asrock Phantom.
  1. They are really huge, 292mm. And weights a lot
  2. RAM: Will this be ok?
2x8gb 3200MHz CL16 Patriot Viper DDR4 4 Series
3. About motherboard: I should use some MSI/Gigabyte/ASUS for their softwares or I won’t have a RGB in my Corsair Spec Delta
I’ve checked your suggested board and I am a bit shocked it costs two and a half times more than my previous picked one. If you meant Asrock x570 Phantom Gaming 4
I’m not planning to overlock. Please share your epert’s thoughts I really appreciate it!
 

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