Question Custom build desktop 700-750 euros

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Hello all.

Trying to build my own desktop. No monitor or anything else needed, just the ''case''.
The main use should be office and learning Blender.

I'll try to post what I had in mind, would really appreciate your opinion or alternatives.

I'm buying the PC in Slovakia.
This is the shop where I'll get it.
English version: https://www.alza.sk/EN/components/18852654.htm

CPU (what is the best value for money? I already have a GPU 2060.):
Ryzen 5600g - 184 euros
Ryzen 5600 - 209 euros
Ryzen 5600x - 227 euros

CPU cooler (Do I need one?): SilentiumPC Fera 5 - 30 euros

Motherboards (I need to use wife. Is it better to go for an MB with wifi or an external wifi adapter?):
GIGABYTE B550M AORUS ELITE - 106 euros
ASUS PRIME B550M-A (WI-FI) - 118 euros
ASUS TUF GAMING B550M-E WIFI - 121 euros

SSD: Samsung 870 QVO 1TB - 92 euros
HDD: WD Blue 2TB - 58 euros
RAM: Kingston FURY 16GB KIT DDR4 3600MHz CL17 Beast - 79 euros
Power Supply: Seasonic Core GM 650W Gold - 81 euros
Case: MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 011D AMD Edition - 49 euros

GPU: I have my own 2060 that will be used.
Cheap DVD and wifi adapter if we decide for Gigabyte MB.

I would appreciate any kind of feedback, mostly if there are some cheaper alternatives.
Thanks a lot. :)
 
No monitor or anything else needed, just the ''case''
FYI, "just the case" would mean that you already have all of the necessary components and are only looking for a chassis to house them in.

what you seem to mean is, "just the system" with no peripherals.
CPU (what is the best value for money? I already have a GPU 2060.):
Ryzen 5600g - 184 euros
Ryzen 5600 - 209 euros
Ryzen 5600x - 227 euros
i would usually recommend a CPU with integrated graphics
unless you have a backup dedicated card for any possible troubleshooting in the future.
CPU cooler (Do I need one?): SilentiumPC Fera
if you will doing any CPU/GPU intensive tasks for any long periods of time like heavy video production or gaming i would definitely recommend a nice CPU cooler for these Ryzen chips.

the Fera series are fairly low quality.
depending on how much you may be taxing the CPU and what kind of airflow this case produces it may leave you with rather high temperatures.

a couple very nice air coolers:
Noctua NH-D15S
be quiet! Dark Rock 4.
of course there are higher quality versions of both series but these would be with a little bit more of a "budget" aspect in mind and considering that you wouldn't be overclocking or really stressing the CPU to any dangerous temperature levels.
 

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