Question Is this a good combination of components?

IplayCSGO

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Hello, I'm in the process of buying a prebuilt PC. I've found one which seems like it's a very good price, considering I googled all the components individually and it ended up being more expensive than the prebuilt. But I wanna confirm that it's a decent PC before I just pull the trigger, so here's the components:
CPU: INTEL i5 10400F
GPU: ASUS RTX2060 6GB TUF
Motherboard: ASUS PRIME B460M-A
RAM: 16GB 3000MHZ CORSAIR
SSD: 512GB M.2 NVMe (INTEL 660P)
Power Supply: CORSAIR CV550W
Case: CORSAIR 275Q
Price is: 7200 DKK which is 1130 USD. Any help is much appreciated!
 

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  • What is your monitor refresh rate and resolution?
  • I'd also swap out the PSU for a better quality unit.
  • What form is your 16GB RAM coming in? 2x8GB? What is the CL?
  • Also just a heads up depending on your use but a single 512GB SSD could fill up very fast if you're gaming especially!
 

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  • What is your monitor refresh rate and resolution?
  • I'd also swap out the PSU for a better quality unit.
  • What form is your 16GB RAM coming in? 2x8GB? What is the CL?
  • Also just a heads up depending on your use but a single 512GB SSD could fill up very fast if you're gaming especially!
-I have a 240hz monitor, just regular 1920x1080.
-What PSU would you recommend for a build like this?
-Ram is 2x 8gb, they don't clarify the CL.
-My internet is really fast, so I can download games pretty quick. Also I play alot of older games that don't take up too much space.
Ty for your help, I really do appreciate it.
 

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-What PSU would you recommend for a build like this?
Do you have a preferred seller? PCPP doesn't have as much info on Danish sites unfortunately! Otherwise I'd pick out the best value for money one. It won't be about wattage, just about a quality unit. The CV is for real budget builds.

Last thing you should ever go cheap on in a PC is the PSU - https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/top-not-as-obvious-mistakes-made-when-selecting-parts-for-a-custom-pc.3510178/

If you do stick to corsair, at least get a new (at least 2017) Corsair CX. But if you have a particular reseller site I can have a look through.
 

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Do you have a preferred seller? PCPP doesn't have as much info on Danish sites unfortunately! Otherwise I'd pick out the best value for money one. It won't be about wattage, just about a quality unit. The CV is for real budget builds.

Last thing you should ever go cheap on in a PC is the PSU - https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/top-not-as-obvious-mistakes-made-when-selecting-parts-for-a-custom-pc.3510178/

If you do stick to corsair, at least get a new (at least 2017) Corsair CX. But if you have a particular reseller site I can have a look through.
I'm buying from a website that only sells prebuilts, I can upgrade the PSU to a "Corsair TX650M". Seems like it's a little better.
 

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