Build Advice Any room for improvement or suggestions?

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Hey lads and ladies out there, I was hoping that a knowledgeable few could come over and inspect this parts list and see if there is any room for improvement that could be done.

Here is the link for my current build:
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/MzxgrV


For audio output I'm going with a set of
ADAM Audio T7V 7" Powered Studio Monitors.

This PC build will be mainly for audio/ video production as well as gaming on the side.
 
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I would get a Corsair TXM, RMx or HX 750 over a EVGA G3. Also 850 watts is overkill 750 would be more then enough. Although I haven't had any issues with my G3 the quality of the G3 is substantially less then the EVGA G2 and many people have had issues.


You also can find much cheaper OEM keys for Windows 10 online. 100 bucks for OEM is a rip off IMO so I would either spend the extra and get a retail copy or look around for a cheap key.
 
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I am a music producer as well as a heavy gamer and I'm building a PC to phase out my old rig. I'd love some feedback from the lovely people on Tom's Hardware on what you guys and gals think about the spec list for my upcoming build. I would also love to hear any changes that you guys would make. My budget is $4,500 including peripherals.
Link for my current build:
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/f7wpDx
 

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Near similar thread, minor changes to your build but the same topic, essentially. I've merged your thread to your prior thread which is nearly a month old.

Please keep thoughts on the same topic consolidated to one thread, it helps the community and you keep track of suggestions and advices.

To note, why not look for a board that has WiFi bundled with the board? You could also work on a smaller form factor build like mitx or matx and yet retain the storage options.

I'd stay away from WD blacks and get either blues or another brands drive that are rated for 7200RPM but if they are for storage you're better off looking at 5400RPM drives.
 
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Near similar thread, minor changes to your build but the same topic, essentially. I've merged your thread to your prior thread which is nearly a month old.

Please keep thoughts on the same topic consolidated to one thread, it helps the community and you keep track of suggestions and advices.

To note, why not look for a board that has WiFi bundled with the board? You could also work on a smaller form factor build like mitx or matx and yet retain the storage options.

I'd stay away from WD blacks and get either blues or another brands drive that are rated for 7200RPM but if they are for storage you're better off looking at 5400RPM drives.
Ok. Sorry about that. The reason I'm not going with a wifi board is that the card I've picked out is a 10Gig card whereas the board doesn't have that integrated in natively.
 

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