Question Help with setup for work/gaming

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Hi, i'm looking for a pc with integrated video, with a chance of acquiring an RTX3060Ti later maybe.
I'm intended to sign on Xcloud, and if the service is decent i'll keep the integrated graphics to play RTS and light stuff, whereas playing AAA titles on Xcloud.
If i find the streaming to be bad i could get the RTX 3060Ti and game on the pc entirely.
The pc will be used to wark also, mainly with PDFs, Word, Excell and web browser with many opened tabs.

Processor - Ryzen 5 5600G
Motherboard - Asus Prime B450M Gaming II
Memory - two DDR 4 Zadak twist 8gb 3200mhz
SSD - two Zadak TWSG3 512GB Pcie Gen 3x4 M.2 NVMe
Power - Super Flower Legion /gx /pro 550W 80 plus gold, PFC ativo, semi-modular

Is it a good setup?
Will i be able to play games like Back4blood, Age of Empires IV and Vermintide 2 on 1080p with low/medium graphics with the integrated graphics?

Thanks in advance!
 
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Be aware that board, or any board for that matter, will most likely need a bios update, to use that CPU. I would recommend going with a B550 board. The gigabyte B550 DS3H is a decent little board, for that CPU. As mentioned above, you are going to want a larger capacity PSU. Where you are ordering and budget would help us make better suggestions.
 
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Hi, i'm from Brazil, so i believe the value of the components would be of little use.
This set is within my budget, i made a little alteration based on your advices.


Processor - Ryzen 5 5600G
Motherboard - gigabyte B550 DS3H Asus Prime B450M Gaming II
Memory - two DDR4 Kingston Fury Beast, 16GB (2x8GB), 3000Mhz
SSD - two Zadak TWSG3 512GB Pcie Gen 3x4 M.2 NVMe
PSU - Super Flower LEADEX III 750W, 80 Plus Gold, PFC Ativo, Full Modular, SF-750F14HG
 
Hi, i'm from Brazil, so i believe the value of the components would be of little use.
This set is within my budget, i made a little alteration based on your advices.


Processor - Ryzen 5 5600G
Motherboard - gigabyte B550 DS3H Asus Prime B450M Gaming II
Memory - two DDR4 Kingston Fury Beast, 16GB (2x8GB), 3000Mhz
SSD - two Zadak TWSG3 512GB Pcie Gen 3x4 M.2 NVMe
PSU - Super Flower LEADEX III 750W, 80 Plus Gold, PFC Ativo, Full Modular, SF-750F14HG
See if this fits the budget.
Ram....2x8GB@3600.
Ssd......one 256GB for the OS and apps and one 1TB for games.
 
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See if this fits the budget.
Ram....2x8GB@3600.
Ssd......one 256GB for the OS and apps and one 1TB for games.
I think i can get the 3600 RAM.
As for the SSD, I could try one SSD 256 for OS and one SSD 512 for games, is it enough?

This gigabyte B550 DS3H support two M.2 NVMe SSDs simultaneously?
Couldn't find this info on the manufacturar page..
 
I think i can get the 3600 RAM.
As for the SSD, I could try one SSD 256 for OS and one SSD 512 for games, is it enough?

This gigabyte B550 DS3H support two M.2 NVMe SSDs simultaneously?
Couldn't find this info on the manufacturar page..
When you start storing games you will find a 512 disk is going to fill up quick.

Your call as to what size disk you use for storage.
 
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Hi, i'm from Brazil, so i believe the value of the components would be of little use.
This set is within my budget, i made a little alteration based on your advices.


Processor - Ryzen 5 5600G
Motherboard - gigabyte B550 DS3H Asus Prime B450M Gaming II
Memory - two DDR4 Kingston Fury Beast, 16GB (2x8GB), 3000Mhz
SSD - two Zadak TWSG3 512GB Pcie Gen 3x4 M.2 NVMe
PSU - Super Flower LEADEX III 750W, 80 Plus Gold, PFC Ativo, Full Modular, SF-750F14HG
why don't you get a decent PSU brand? i have never heard of Super Flower
Seasonic or EVGA or XPG or XFX or something similar should be enough
 

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Thanks, gonna search for a better brand on my PSU.
I believe the 3060Ti is strong enough to game on 1444p, but 1080p could be better, future-wise.

Do you guys think it's better to get a 1444p or 1080p monitor?

Also it's better to get a 24" or 27" monitor? I already have an 24" and i enjoy it's size, but i'll need two monitors for work.

Thanks for all the responses!
 
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Thanks, gonna search for a better brand on my PSU.
I believe the 3060Ti is strong enough to game on 1444p, but 1080p could be better, future-wise.

Do you guys think it's better to get a 1444p or 1080p monitor?

Also it's better to get a 24" or 27" monitor? I already have an 24" and i enjoy it's size, but i'll need to monitors for work.

Thanks for all the responses!
If you play any first person shooters then I'd go for 1080P with that card.
 
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Hi, after some research on your advices i think i have the final build for my setup.
Please, take a look if everything is fine

Processor: Ryzen 5600G
MB: Gigabyte B550 DS3H
RAM: 2x kingston 3200mhz DDR4
SSD: 2x WD blue SN570 Blue (256gb for OS; 1 TB for storage)
PSU: NZXT C650 650W PFC
Monitor: ASUS 24" 1080p VG249Q
Video: maybe a INNO3D RTX 3060Ti 8Gb in the future

I'm not really sure about the monitor, since the Dell 27" S2721DGF really got my attention, but it has a 1440p screen and 27",along with the higher price tag.
If i decide for the RTX 3060Ti i think 1080p on a 24" monitor will give me more years on the longevity of this setup.

Thanks again for all the help and insight!!
 

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