Discussion i9 10900k with Asus Tuf Gaming Z590-plus wifi

msrsuvo

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#Pro- intel i9 10900K processor

#Mobo- Asus TUF Gaming Z590-Plus Wi-Fi Intel 10th and 11th Gen ATX Motherboard

#Ram- Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 3200Mhz Desktop Ram.

#Cooler- Lian li Galahad 360 cooler

#SSD- Samsung 980 pro 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD.

#PSU- Thermaltake Toughpower GF1b 750W 80 Plus Gold Fully Modular Power Supply

#Case- Corsair 470T RGB Mid-Tower Gaming Casing.

Thank you
 

sonofjesse

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10850k is usually like 50 bucks cheaper and almost the exact same thing.

You need to have 3600mhz. I like the crucial. Also the

G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Series 32GB is on sale right now at newegg for like 175.

I would get a 1TB drive, the pro is kind of expensive don't think its really worth it for day to day users (I have the 980pro 2TB) it was a premium.

I like the EVGA P2/T2 or the Corsair HXI/RMX power supplies.

Good luck on the build!!
 

Afro_ninja199

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10850k is usually like 50 bucks cheaper and almost the exact same thing.

You need to have 3600mhz. I like the crucial. Also the

G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Series 32GB is on sale right now at newegg for like 175.

I would get a 1TB drive, the pro is kind of expensive don't think its really worth it for day to day users (I have the 980pro 2TB) it was a premium.

I like the EVGA P2/T2 or the Corsair HXI/RMX power supplies.

Good luck on the build!!
why 3600 ram for intel?
 

Bob.B

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Please check the build and suggest how it is. And also let me know if you have any suggestion -

#Pro- intel i9 10900K processor

#Mobo- Asus TUF Gaming Z590-Plus Wi-Fi Intel 10th and 11th Gen ATX Motherboard

#Ram- Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 3200Mhz Desktop Ram.

#Cooler- Lian li Galahad 360 cooler

#SSD- Samsung 980 pro 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD.

#PSU- Thermaltake Toughpower GF1b 750W 80 Plus Gold Fully Modular Power Supply

#Case- Corsair 470T RGB Mid-Tower Gaming Casing.

Thank you
Only you know what your going to do with the pc.
For most folks something in the I7 series and 16GB of ram is ample.
You might find 500GB of storage to be a little small.

Is there a gpu in the mix?
 

msrsuvo

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Only you know what your going to do with the pc.
For most folks something in the I7 series and 16GB of ram is ample.
You might find 500GB of storage to be a little small.

Is there a gpu in the mix?
I do to much multi tasking. But 10900k is high but want to make it future prof.
And currently using 16gb. When I do work full 16gb use. So want to buy 32gb. So there will be some free space.
I already have a HDD 4Tb. Because of it, selected 500gb. And also 970 evo plus not available.
 

msrsuvo

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10850k is usually like 50 bucks cheaper and almost the exact same thing.

You need to have 3600mhz. I like the crucial. Also the

G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Series 32GB is on sale right now at newegg for like 175.

I would get a 1TB drive, the pro is kind of expensive don't think its really worth it for day to day users (I have the 980pro 2TB) it was a premium.

I like the EVGA P2/T2 or the Corsair HXI/RMX power supplies.

Good luck on the build!!

Currently, in my country 10850k not available. Some shops has but asking extra money. Which will be above 10900k.
I think corsair dominator is one of the best ram.
I already have a HDD 4Tb. Because of it, selected 500gb. And also 970 evo plus not available.

I will review the PSU.
Thank you
 

sonofjesse

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why 3600 ram for intel?

I try to pick best bang for the buck, here in the states the crucial 3600mhz ram is great price and only usually like 7-10 dollars higher than 3000 or 3200. If it was 30-40 bucks higher I would not recommend it. Also its CL16. A see lot of other am that is CL18 fo rthe same price and 3200mhz. Just don't make sense to me.

You don't need 3600mhz, but for the price is very incremental it provides the best value IMHO.

YMMV
 

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