my final build

apelsinimahl

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Please help me and give some advice if i can change anything? actually i dont want to change cpu and gpu but if i would change anything else then i need the price to be about same price or lower becouse i cant go higher.
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CPU-i7-7700k 8m cache up to 4,50ghz
Cooler-Cooler master cpu cooler hyper 212X(I will over clock in the future when i buy new cooler)
GPU-gigabyte gtx 1080 6GB G1 OC
Power supply-Corsair vs series VS650 - 650Watt
SSD-Samsung 850 EVO series 250GB(i dont need HDD becouse i dont download that much)
MOBO-GIGABYTE Z270-HD3P ATX
Memory-Kingston Fury 2666Mhz 2x4GB 8GB/2400MHz CL16(2x4GB)
PC BOX - Coolermaster mastercase 5

This is my first pc built and i dont know if i made any mistakes but if you can help me then it would be very good. Please give your opinion.
 

Jasjar

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It's looks like a good solid build. I would go for a Ryzen CPU myself, since they cheaper, but I guess since you will be gaming, an i7 is better because they have a slightly faster single core speed. I would say that you want 16GB of ram, but since that makes the price higher I guest 8gb is enough. If you want to overclock on the i7-7700k you would to delid if you don't want the temps to get too high thanks to the TIM intel puts between the die and the metal on their CPU's that is worse than toothpaste.
 

blankcr8

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250 gb of storage is really low. Keep in mind windows will take up 60gb by itself, so less than 190gb will actually be usable.

Also, there's no such thing as a 1080 6gb. Do you mean 1060 6gb or 1080 8gb? If you're trying to save money go for ryzen. For nearly $150 less you can get a ryzen 5 1600 which is better than the 7700k in multi tasking and only 5-10% slower in gaming.
 

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