Build Advice Compatibility check - Should i change anything? - A 17 year old new pc builder

Jun 14, 2018
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Hello im wonding if this pc will work im really worried building this pcs becasue there really expensive and it took me about a year to save up for my last one im only 17 and im new to pc building i build one before and it worked and took a year to get all the parts. but its just really scarey building pcs when there alot of money and i got a feeling that could not go together correctly soo if anyone could check for me that would be soo great and its a streaming/gaming anyone has anything to say to like help me at all that would be soo great im new to pc building

PC IM USING: AUD: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/user/BeBlaze/saved/Y939Jx USD: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/BeBlaze/saved/Y939Jx
GONNA BUILD PC: AUD: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/user/BeBlaze/saved/yHnn7P USD: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/BeBlaze/saved/yHnn7P

I will be trying to build this pc it cost about $2300 AUD i have about $1000 AUD and it could take upto a half a year to build the rest

Im mainly intrested into for streaming and gaming.

The only way i can stream on twitch is on my xbox one and its really unprofessional and i want to make these a full time job

GAMES I WILL PLAY/STEAM
RUST, ARK, COD: BO4, OVERWATCH, FORTNITE and like alot of games and probably the lastest games aswel

Just wonding? I dont want to spend more then $2300 Australian Money - AUD

If anyone could help with these that would be great
-Check Compatibility because i dont want to be wrong i can check these witch i can but i just get worried that im wrong
-Best performace per price - also keeping aura sync/rgb because this pc will be my main for a long time.
-Does the gpu need a psu cord? i have seen it before i just dont know what its called lol
-Monitor im wanting to get that isent too much that is 144hz 1080p good looking colour and have g-sync
-Please look at AUD - USD price because there different!
 
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rookieGamer

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if you planning to get whole system over 6months then i would suggest you wait for the 3rd gen ryzen
and the things you listed for the build are .. just a NO, NO i mean.

-you dont need a liquid cooler unless you planning to overclock that thing to over 4.5ghz and run it over 90%+ load and keep it running over extended period of time.. just get a decent air cooler around $50AUD
-avoid RGB ram, they look cool in the start, your mates will say 'WOW' but after few months they wouldnt matter. save a bit here too. and 3000mhz are solid too 3200mhz is over kill.
-unless you showcase your PC case you can save there as well
-way too strong PSU for that build TBH 500 or 550w is more than enough for 2060, 550 to 600w for 2070.
-you dont need 180hz monitor rtx2060 in 1080p high settings in games you suggested wouldnt be pumping out anything over 80-100fps get 120hz monitor

now all the money you saved here you can just save it or get a better GPU.
get RGB case fans or rgb strips not rgb ram sticks if you still want to pimp out your rig :p
 
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You are overspending on CPU cooler, RGB RAM and case, all being luxury items without no real performance gain. Money spent on them could be put to better use toward 2700x and 2070 GPU.
if you planning to get whole system over 6months then i would suggest you wait for the 3rd gen ryzen
and the things you listed for the build are .. just a NO, NO i mean.

-you dont need a liquid cooler unless you planning to overclock that thing to over 4.5ghz and run it over 90%+ load and keep it running over extended period of time.. just get a decent air cooler around $50AUD
-avoid RGB ram, they look cool in the start, your mates will say 'WOW' but after few months they wouldnt matter. save a bit here too. and 3000mhz are solid too 3200mhz is over kill.
-unless you showcase your PC case you can save there as well
-way too strong PSU for that build TBH 500 or 550w is more than enough for 2060, 550 to 600w for 2070.
-you dont need 180hz monitor rtx2060 in 1080p high settings in games you suggested wouldnt be pumping out anything over 80-100fps get 120hz monitor

now all the money you saved here you can just save it or get a better GPU.
get RGB case fans or rgb strips not rgb ram sticks if you still want to pimp out your rig :p
Like this? https://au.pcpartpicker.com/user/BeBlaze/saved/mgn7TW
 
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Yeah, But you don't need that mobo though, you can save some there, and get a Nzxt H500 instead of the eclipse, if you gonna stay with the case you got you need a different video card because it may block up some drive bays.
 

Gam3r01

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With a build at this price, with a 2700x, I would not recommend going this cheap on a motherboard.
 

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