Question Are the components in this build compatible? And good enough for a few years?

Mar 22, 2019
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Hello, so i wanted to make a cheap pc build for someone, and here are the parts what i got, the question will be at the end of each component
CPU : AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz Socket AM4 Box Is this processor good enough for about 2022-2023 ( maybe 2024) or is too much?
GPU:XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition 8GB GDDR5 256bit Will this GPU handle all games ( at any settings ) for about 2 years?
Motherboard : MSI B450 Bazooka V2 Socket AM4 Does this support the ryzen 3 series CPUs? If not, i hope you can give me a new option
RAM: G.skill RipjawsV Black 8GB 2x4GB DDR4 3200MHz CL16 Dual Channel Is 3200 mhz enough for the ryzen 5 2600? The quantity of ram i know is not much, its like the most minimum, but that will change in a year, so it will last 1 year ( i hope)
PSU : Corsair VS Series VS650 650W Will 650W suffice for 2 monitors? Also, will the rx 580 handle 2 monitors, 1 with games, 1 with discord?
CASE: segotep halo , blue , is it cool enough for not making high temperatures?
HDD Seagate BarraCuda 1TB 7200RPM SATA3 64MB This is only for space

Also, a few more questions, is the i5 9400F better than ryzen 5 2600? And is there a BIG difference between the 2600x and 2600? Can the i5 9400F handle 2 monitors, multiple applications open in the same time , etc.. ?
Thanks for allowing me to waste your time on my stupid thoughts, but hey, thanks!
 

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I would not use the VS power supply for a gaming system, the new CXM are good. Number of monitors you are running does not matter to the power supply, that is only for what the computer is powering, CPU, video card mostly. B450 chipset should support gen 3 Ryzen, but you are buying a gen 2 now, if you are already planning to upgrade you are better off just getting the newer CPU now instead of spending money twice on a CPU.

Between the 9400F and the 2600, the 9400F is a bit faster in some things, bit slower in others. I would stick with the 2600 or go to the newer 3600 for a price difference, would not go with a 2600X.

Video card is fine for a few years at 1080 resolutions at medium settings.
 
Mar 22, 2019
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I would not use the VS power supply for a gaming system, the new CXM are good. Number of monitors you are running does not matter to the power supply, that is only for what the computer is powering, CPU, video card mostly. B450 chipset should support gen 3 Ryzen, but you are buying a gen 2 now, if you are already planning to upgrade you are better off just getting the newer CPU now instead of spending money twice on a CPU.

Between the 9400F and the 2600, the 9400F is a bit faster in some things, bit slower in others. I would stick with the 2600 or go to the newer 3600 for a price difference, would not go with a 2600X.

Video card is fine for a few years at 1080 resolutions at medium settings.
Thanks for the reply, and also, i want the ryzen more mostly because of the cores/threads , and in this case, i will go for a ryzen 3600
 

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