Build Advice Need your opinion please

May 19, 2019
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Hi

I asked for an offer for a system that will run totally fluently and fast,
heavy programs like:

Sony Vegas
Android studio
Unity

I am not a gamer, but I intend to use some video editing using a program like Sony Vegas.

Someone that seems legit, offered me this system:

CPU: AMD RYZEN7 2700 (Gen2) With VEGA BOX with Wraith Stealth Cooler

Ram: 32GB (2x16GB) 3000MHz DDR4 CL15 DIMM XMP HyperX Predator - 1.35V - 288Pin - HyperX Predator DDR4 Series - HX430C15PB3K2/32

Motherboard: ASUS PRIME B450M-A

Graphic card:
RX-580-ARMOR-8G-PC - MSI AMD RADEON RX580 OC - 8GB GDDR5

SSD drive: 512GB SSD PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 - 3500/3000MB/s - XPG SX8200 Pro Series - With SLC Caching, DRAM Cache Buffer, and LDPC ECC technologies, E2E Data Protection - NVMe 1.3-Support

HDD drive: Toshiba 2TB - 3.5 inch - 7200 rpm - SATA3 6Gb/s - 64MB Cache - P300 Series

Case: Antec P8 Tempered Glass Midi-ATX Case with 550W Antec NE550M 80Plus Bronze Modular PSU - 3x 120mm White LED Fans - Magnetic Dust filters - 443x210x470mm

Monitor:
dell U2718Q (27 inches, 4K)


What do you think ?
would you replace some of the components ? and for what?
and for what reason?

Thanks
 
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That PSU has no reviews whatsoever... 3 year warranty...
I would suggest an good PSU which would last you long time and with warranty.
EVGA G2 or G3 7 year warranty 650W.
RMX 650W from Corsair which offers 10 years.

Cause that Ryzen 7 2700 can spike up to 300W on full load + your GPU 200W spike and other peripherals soo its good idea to have headroom.

About motherboard get Tomahawk B450, since it has decent VRMs or get X470.
I think the PCIE SSD may be overkill for me (you can always add storage).
 

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