Question My first build. Please give advice

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I am looking after a good set of components for my first pc build. I am looking for a pc for mainly gaming. light video editing, video recording. My budget is 1800 dollars. I found an RTX 3060 ti for 550 dollars if that will help.

My list:
AMD Ryzen 5 5600x
ASUS ROG Strix B550-F GAMING (WI-FI)
some kind of RTX 3060 ti
Vengeance RGB PRO 3200MHz (2x8GB)
Western Digital Black SN850 1TB
Seagate Barracuda 2TB
Phanteks Eclipse P400A Black
Corsair RM850
Noctua NF-S12B redux-1200 PWM, amount: 4
NA-SAVP1 black Anti-Vibration (16 pack)

I would gladly take some feedback!
and what monitor should I buy, should I buy G-sync or not?
I think about 144 Hz

and should I rather buy an intel i5-11400
and Corsair 7000D Airflow
 
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I am looking after a good set of components for my first pc build. I am looking for a pc for mainly gaming. light video editing, video recording. My budget is 1800 dollars. I found an RTX 3060 ti for 550 dollars if that will help.

My list:
AMD Ryzen 5 5600x
ASUS ROG Strix B550-F GAMING (WI-FI)
some kind of RTX 3060 ti
Vengeance RGB PRO 3200MHz (2x8GB)
Western Digital Black SN850 1TB
Seagate Barracuda 2TB
Phanteks Eclipse P400A Black
Corsair RM850
Noctua NF-S12B redux-1200 PWM, amount: 4
NA-SAVP1 black Anti-Vibration (16 pack)

I would gladly take some feedback!
and what monitor should I buy, should I buy G-sync or not?
I think about 144 Hz

and should I rather buy an intel i5-11400
and Corsair 7000D Airflow
If you can, change your RAM to3600Mhz.
 
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Is the pcie 4 ssd a bitt to mutch speed for a Os and games ssd. If i want to add more fans later should i get a 2-way 4pin or is that a bad idea?
 
Is the pcie 4 ssd a bitt to mutch speed for a Os and games ssd.
you won't notice any difference in speeds between M.2 or SATA III SSD for games or regular applications.
i would use the M.2 for the OS & regular apps but go for a much larger SSD for games.
can become a big hassle when\if OS fails or when reinstalling and all of your games are also located on that OS drive.
If i want to add more fans later should i get a 2-way 4pin or is that a bad idea?
if your motherboard doesn't offer adequate fan headers the best option would be to get a nice fan hub that can handle the majority of case fans.
 
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you won't notice any difference in speeds between M.2 or SATA III SSD for games or regular applications.
i would use the M.2 for the OS & regular apps but go for a much larger SSD for games.
can become a big hassle when\if OS fails or when reinstalling and all of your games are also located on that OS drive.
if your motherboard doesn't offer adequate fan headers the best option would be to get a nice fan hub that can handle the majority of case fans.
Thanks for your respond i was going to add a sepperate Os drive but if you didnt say anything I would've bought 2 m.2 ssd.

I have learn alot more thanks:D
 
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