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Mar 3, 2019
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I’m building a new gaming pc these are the specs
-i5-9600k
-Asus z390-a
-16gb Corsair vengeance rgb
-gtx 1050ti
-carbide spec 06 rgb
-deepcool gammax
And the tx750m by Corsair and I was wondering if it were compatible with eachother
Any help would be appreciated
 
I'm not sure what the price difference is but if you could stretch to a GTX 1660 Super that would be a big performance gain over the 1050Ti..

You could drop down to a 550w PSU as the 750w is a bit overkill and well over what you need and put it towards the GPU.

Edit... apologies if you have already bought everything.
 

Encryption+

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Sep 26, 2019
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Yes it looks fine. The PSU is probably a little overpowered but that's fine as you'll just have extra power for any future upgrades, or even maybe a more powerful future build.
 

Giannis_Mag

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I would recommend you to go for a lower wattage PSU to save some money, since your build doesnt require more than a 450w PSU. You could go for a Corsair CX550M to have some future clearence. . Also the 1050ti era has ended... I 100% recommend you to go for a RX570, even a RX580 or GTX 1660.
You didnt metion about storage...make sure you have an 240GB (at least) ssd.
Also the RAM must be 2x8GB, not 1x16 and at least 3000Mhz.
 

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