[SOLVED] Deciding for a new System.

Wrick Daz

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So my current system was a FX-8350 and a gtx 1050ti. Couldn't play the latest games even on lowest settings(1080p). So thought of opgrading the GPU. I brought a RTX 2060 and installed it in the system. Now the problem was the RTX 2060 was bottlenecking the CPU. So reverted back to the old GPU (the 1050ti).

I am thinking of buying these things:
Processor: https://www.vedantcomputers.com/amd-ryzen-5-3500-processor-upto-4-1-ghz-16-mb-cache
RAM: 2* https://www.vedantcomputers.com/products/memory/g-skill-8gb-x-1-ddr4-3000-mhz-ripjaws-v-series-c16s-memory (I found out that dual channel is better than a single channel 16GB)
I couldn't decide on the motherboard:
I have 2 options :
  1. https://www.vedantcomputers.com/gigabyte-b450m-ds3h-motherboard
  2. https://mdcomputers.in/asus-prime-b450m-k.html
  3. https://mdcomputers.in/gigabyte-b450m-gaming.html?search=gigabyte b450&category_id=0
which mobo will be good ?

I won't be overclocking. So do I need to install a aftermarket cooler or is the amd stock cooler will be enough ? I will be playing the latest titles on 1080p (low/medium) vsync on.

Edit 1: Also is this motherboard any different than buying the above mentioned boards?
https://mdcomputers.in/asus-ex-a320m-gaming.html

My PSU is a corsair VS 650. I hope the PSU won't be a problem. Its 2-3 years old.
 
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anceintsz

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Stock cooler will suffice! Any mobo with attractive features, the most attractive being that it already supports 3000 series CPUs! A corsair 650w? I know not much about PSU so take my word with a grain of salt, it should be good! for that RTX 2060 I'd say you could get away with it with the 3500!
 

anceintsz

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Stock cooler will suffice! Any mobo with attractive features, the most attractive being that it already supports 3000 series CPUs! A corsair 650w? I know not much about PSU so take my word with a grain of salt, it should be good! for that RTX 2060 I'd say you could get away with it with the 3500!
 

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