Question Is this enough

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I'm planning on a budget build

Specs
CPU Ryzen 5 5600g
No GPU
Ram 8gb Adata
MOBO Asus Prime B450 A 2
SSD Kingston Nvme 500gb

What wattage psu should i use

If you know any other budget build better than this, please notify 🥺
 
Jul 16, 2022
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I'm planning on a budget build

Specs
CPU Ryzen 5 5600g
No GPU
Ram 8gb Adata
MOBO Asus Prime B450 A 2
SSD Kingston Nvme 500gb

What wattage psu should i use

If you know any other budget build better than this, please notify 🥺
I thought I would be ok with a 450 watt psu
Any way I want to hear you guys' thoughts
 

geofelt

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What is the main use of this pc?
What is your budget, and where might you shop?

Lacking such info, I would think that 8gb of ram of an unspecified speed is not appropriate.

Most any cpu will have sufficient wattage.
What is unknown is the quality of the psu.
A low quality psu may end up being very expensive.
 
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What is the main use of this pc?
What is your budget, and where might you shop?

Lacking such info, I would think that 8gb of ram of an unspecified speed is not appropriate.

Most any cpu will have sufficient wattage.
What is unknown is the quality of the psu.
A low quality psu may end up being very expensive.
I'm shopping online (Amazon)
My budget is below or about 45000 Indian rupee. I mainly want a pc to edit videos, use Photoshop and Lightroom. I also do slight gaming.

The speed of my ram is 3200mhz with latency 16

The PSU that I'm willing to work with is EVGA 450 BR, 80+ Bronze 450W.
 
I mainly want a pc to edit videos, use Photoshop and Lightroom. I also do slight gaming.
Then get more ram.
Video/photo editing are quite ram intensive workloads.
Dual channel 16GB kit minimum. 32GB dual channel kit, if you can afford it.

And choose a better pc case.
Your current case choice is all RGB bling and no performance. Look for something with mesh front instead.
 
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Then get more ram.
Video/photo editing are quite ram intensive workloads.
Dual channel 16GB kit minimum. 32GB dual channel kit, if you can afford it.

And choose a better pc case.
Your current case choice is all RGB bling and no performance. Look for something with mesh front instead.
Ok thanks for the advice!
 
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Then get more ram.
Video/photo editing are quite ram intensive workloads.
Dual channel 16GB kit minimum. 32GB dual channel kit, if you can afford it.

And choose a better pc case.
Your current case choice is all RGB bling and no performance. Look for something with mesh front instead.
Montech AIR 900 MESH Black/ATX Mid-Tower/High & Max Airflow/Dust- Proof/Computer Gaming Case/EATX,ATX,Micro ATX,Mini ITX/Full Front meshes/Unique mesh Side Panel/Tempered Glass Side Panel (MESH Black) https://amzn.eu/d/cTjq0VZ

Is this ok for a pc case

And I've selected a xpg 2*8gb ram kit is it ok?
 
Montech AIR 900 MESH Black/ATX Mid-Tower/High & Max Airflow/Dust- Proof/Computer Gaming Case/EATX,ATX,Micro ATX,Mini ITX/Full Front meshes/Unique mesh Side Panel/Tempered Glass Side Panel (MESH Black) https://amzn.eu/d/cTjq0VZ
Is this ok for a pc case
And I've selected a xpg 2*8gb ram kit is it ok?
Ram choice is fine.
The case is better, but it is huge.
If you're putting mATX board ( PRIME B450M-A II ) into it, then it will look weird in that huge case.
(mATX is second smallest form factor)

 

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