[SOLVED] Any Recommendations

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I do not know where to post this question because its kind of random. I am trying to build a gaming pc and I want to be able to play big games like call of duty etc. but it's pretty expensive so I am trying to shave the price down I will leave a list of my parts below can anyone recommend changes that will allow my to play big games on a high fps and good graphics but be cheaper?

https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Grizz2004/saved/#view=wH8k99
 
Oct 18, 2020
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if you want to get the price down to around 1000 usd then
  1. switch out the cpu for a ryzen 5
  2. get a smaller ssd (250 or 500 gb)
  3. get an hdd
  4. you wont be needing such a powerful and expensive PSU - 600w white efficiency should do (almost 2 thirds of the price)

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/PCt3bh

btw - i left out the case, monitor and other odds and ends
 

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Do you really need 32 GB of RAM and do they have to be RGB ?
You could shave the price down by getting a 16 GB RAM kit (or save even more on non RGB).
Either way I would avoid the Corsair Vengeance RAM because they have a history of Not running at their rated speeds on Ryzen systems.
Also you could get a 16 GB 3600 kit since your MB and 3700x will run them at that speed.
https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/B450-GAMING-PRO-CARBON-MAX-WIFI/Specification

You could also get a Ryzen 5 3600x if you won't be doing any Streaming or Video editing.
It runs games pretty much the same as a 3700x does.
 
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Oct 18, 2020
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if you want to get the price down to around 1000 usd then
  1. switch out the cpu for a ryzen 5
  2. get a smaller ssd (250 or 500 gb)
  3. get an hdd
  4. you wont be needing such a powerful and expensive PSU - 600w white efficiency should do (almost 2 thirds of the price)

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/PCt3bh

btw - i left out the case, monitor and other odds and ends
 
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https://pcpartpicker.com/list/FxzFt8
this does not have wifi but if you want the RGB it will cost more. You could do some overclocking with what is on the list, if you want to save more money, get rid of the RGB stuff. The AIO is there if you intend on overclocking the CPU. If not you can save a little more by getting an air cooler.
 

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