Question Is this system worth its money?

Aug 10, 2019
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Ryzen 5 3600 prob. with Hyper 212 evo black
MSI 1660Ti Gaming X
Asus Tuf b450 plus gaming
Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8GB ddr4-3000
EVGA Supernova 550W 80+ Gold
Samsung 970 500GB M2 2280 SSD
Aoc Curved Monitor 23.6" 144Hz 1ms
I don't know what PC Case to get i'm guessing something around 80€.
Is it worth? If you thinking of something better for less money please let me know.

***I already own the GPU,PSU and CPU Cooler so they can't change.
 

punkncat

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You didn't post a price.

By and large looks like a good build. Keep in mind that you will need to flash BIOS before the mobo will work with that CPU. I am not familiar with if that mobo allows that to be done via USB before installing CPU/RAM.
 
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Prices from Amazon.de
CPU ~220€
Motheboard ~100€
RAM~ 80€
SSD~ 100€
PC Case~80€
Monitor~200€
Maybe an HDD 1TB~ 60€
GPU,PSU,Cooler already in my possession so let's say around 850€ without these 3

And please tell me more about BIOS if you can.Its my first build and i don't know a lot about it.
 
Jul 8, 2019
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Only MSI's B450-boards support USB BIOS-Flashing, so you'd need a prev gen Ryzen to flash the mobo if it has to be that exact model. This is done to make the board compatible with the Zen 2 Ryzen processors.

That specific board is also not something I'd go for. VRM-wise it's close to the bottom (X470/B450) overall.
 
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If you are from the US, I think you can get your hands on the updated B450-boards that are Ryzen 3000 (3600 in this case)-compatible straight out the box, but if your budget is not tight, I'd consider the X570 MSI Gaming Plus. I have that exact motherboard with a Ryzen 3600.
 
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