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Hey guys, im building my next pc gaming in a few weeks and i would like to know if this is fine for me.

PD: i was going for a ryzen 1600 or 2600 and a b350m or b450m but here is like 40% expensive so im going for intel.

Actual PC:
1-Fx 6300 (pretty cheap cooler master cooler, no OC)
2-ASUS M5A78L-M Plus.
3-12gb ram ddr3 1600MHZ.
4-PNY GTX 960 2GB
5-1TB SEAGATE BARRACUDA. (NEW)
6-Seasonic S12III 650w 80 plus bronze. (NEW)

Changes:
1-FX 6300 TO I3 9100f
2-M5A78L-M PLUS TO Gigabyte B365M DS3H
3- 12GB DDR3 TO 8GB Corsair Vengeance 3000mhz (later going for another stick of 8 to get 16gb).
4- 240GB SSD

SOON: GTX 960 TO 1650 SUPER.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/wMGzL2

im selling my actual specs to buy the new ones, im 17yrs old i dont work so i think this should be fine for gaming.
 

Phaaze88

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You're not going to get far on that.
Quad cores don't cut it anymore unless all you play are eSports titles.

Push for an AMD Ryzen 3600 build with at least 2x 8GBs 3200mhz or more memory. [Ryzen is sensitive to ram frequencies, hence the stated ram frequency.]
The alternative option is an Intel i5-10400 and wait for the cheaper B and H series motherboards - whenever that is, but you'll likely have more saved up by then.
 

Phaaze88

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You're not going to get far on that.
Quad cores don't cut it anymore unless all you play are eSports titles.

Push for an AMD Ryzen 3600 build with at least 2x 8GBs 3200mhz or more memory. [Ryzen is sensitive to ram frequencies, hence the stated ram frequency.]
The alternative option is an Intel i5-10400 and wait for the cheaper B and H series motherboards - whenever that is, but you'll likely have more saved up by then.
 
Dec 22, 2017
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Thanks for your answer. this year i cant go for the specs you said (personal problems), but could that cpu(i3), mb and gpu last at least 2 years without not problem, until i start working and stuff.
 

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