[SOLVED] Assembling a pc

ChaosWeaver

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Okay, so I'm planning on assembling a PC for gaming, animation and light digital art (beginner to intermediate work). Wanted to know whether these specs are are good enough:

ASUS ROG Strix Gaming RX 570 OC Edition 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card

DELL KM117 Keyboard And Mouse Wireless Combo

COOLER MASTER MWE 650 SMPS - 650 Watt 80 Plus Bronze Certification PSU With Active PFC

CORSAIR CMK8GX4M1D3000C16 Desktop Ram Vengeance Lpx Series - 8GB (8GBx1) DDR4 3000MHz

ASUS TUF B450-PLUS GAMING Motherboard (Amd Socket AM4/Ryzen 2nd Gen Series CPU/Max 64GB DDR4-3200MHz Memory)

AMD RYZEN 5 1600 Desktop Processor With Wraith Spire Cooling Solution - (6 Core, Up To 3.6 GHz, AM4 Socket, 19MB Cache)

SAMSUNG 860 EVO 250GB M.2 Internal SSD (MZ-N6E250BW)

Since I am trying to keep my budget as low as possible as I am currently able to shell out 55k-58k INR.

Any suggestions on how the rig will hold up and/or if all the components will work well together. All advice is appreciated.
 

rookieGamer

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try getting 2nd gen ryzen it would cost 2-3k more at most
u can get sata ssd (they cost little less than m.2) go with samsung 860 evo and if u want m.2 ssd go with Nvme
https://www.amazon.in/Samsung-250GB-Internal-Solid-MZ-76E250BW/dp/B079DTMNWC i saw its price go as low as 4200/- it is good drive i am using it.

use dual channel ram kit one Ram stick is a Big NO NO for ryzen. and can be a difference of 30+fps with same setup
go with 2x4gb or 2x8gb kits.. get them in a Kit only aka one pack of two ram sticks..






 

rookieGamer

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May 16, 2017
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try getting 2nd gen ryzen it would cost 2-3k more at most
u can get sata ssd (they cost little less than m.2) go with samsung 860 evo and if u want m.2 ssd go with Nvme
https://www.amazon.in/Samsung-250GB-Internal-Solid-MZ-76E250BW/dp/B079DTMNWC i saw its price go as low as 4200/- it is good drive i am using it.

use dual channel ram kit one Ram stick is a Big NO NO for ryzen. and can be a difference of 30+fps with same setup
go with 2x4gb or 2x8gb kits.. get them in a Kit only aka one pack of two ram sticks..






 

ChaosWeaver

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Thanks for the advice. Changed the ram to 16 gig kit (8x8) and getting a WD m.2 240 GB SSD (expanding later on to the WD firecuda hybrid SSD 1tb) as they fall well within my budget and the Ryzen 5 2400g.

Which motherboard do you think will be best from the b450 boards as I am not looking to oc my apu. Was looking at the tomahawk, Asus tuf and Asus Rog strix.

Sorry for the late reply was busy with work.
 

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