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

Titan
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)

 

DSzymborski

Titan
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I forgot to ask, what's wrong with my previous psu
We don't know what your previous PSU is because you never provided the information about it or answered the questions posed about it. You only said you were interested in buying an EVGA BR PSU. SID suggested two PSUs that were of better quality, including a full-range Cooler Master MWE. You said the Cooler Master was available, but upon further investigation, you were not looking at the correct Cooler Master PSU but a worse one. This is a detail-oriented hobby and glossing over details is a good way to cause bad things.

These are all entry-level PSUs, so the difference in quality is important. If we were talking about high-quality PSUs, the relative differences between them would be less important.
 
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