Question Is this build good?

tieyet

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Hi Guys! I just bought these component for a gaming pc for my brother and will upgrade in the future.

Here are the specs. I need your opinion

Ryzen 5 3600
Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite
Corsair Vengeance 32gb 3200mhz
Be quiet! Dark Powe Pro 11 850w
Gigabyte Aorus RX5700XT 8gb
NZXT M22 AIO Cooler
NZXT H510 (Non-Elite)
Gigabyte KD25F Aorus Monitor 240hz


Is this a good build? Thank in advance guys!
 

FoxVoxDK

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Aorus Elite is definitely ok for upgrading later.
32GB of RAM is overkill for pure gaming, 16GB of 3600MHz would yield better performance.
Be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 850w is mega overkill, but at least great for future upgrades a la a Gen 3 Ryzen with a 3080(ti). xD
For almost the same price as the NZXT M22 AIO Cooler you could pick up the Arctic Freezer II 280 and not have to change CPU cooler for future upgrades, or you could choose any other higher TDP Air cooler, such as the NH-U12A, NH-D15(S) or the Dark Rock (Pro) 4.
NZXT H510 Case has pretty bad airflow, not unmanageably so, but you can do better, such as:
The Fractal Design Meshify C, Cooler Master NR600, Silverstone Fara R1 or Phanteks P300A.

Overall, you could have spent more money on pure performance from the PSU and RAM and put that into a more capable GPU, not that the one you chose is bad.

6-7/10.
 

Phaaze88

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Spent excessively in a few areas and not enough in others, IMO.
-32GBs for a gaming PC? Well, if you got the cash for it...
-3200mhz instead of 3600mhz? I guess the hit from 16 to 32GBs was felt.
-That psu is definitely excessive. Would've been more reasonable with a 10900K + 2080Ti + rainbow vomit everywhere...
-Overly expensive liquid cooler. That one should only be an option if being installed in a M-ITX chassis
=240hz monitor? That was with eSports titles in mind, I hope...

6/10.
 
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tieyet

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wew my bad guys! Never think of that. But in the future when he upgrade it he can still use the motherboard psu and cooler right?
 

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