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Build Advice New Build. Is it good?

Dec 8, 2019
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Build: MY BUILD

This is my new build i just need the psu if anyone can recommend me a appropriate psu for this build i would appreciate.
Is it good? Is it a BottleNeck putting a R5 3600 with a Rx 5700 Xt? Btw its a budget build i dont want to pay a crazy price :D
Thanks. xoxo
 

larsv8

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Well you are missing a few components LOL

If it is a budget build, the 3600 is a good choice, and the 5700xt is one of the best bang for your buck graphics cards. I might switch the mother board to the MSI B450 Tomahawk Max, which is widely considered one of the best boards for the price. If it is a budget build, ditch the RGB on the RAM and save 30 bucks.

For power supplies, check here:
https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/power-supply-psu-models-what-to-buy-what-to-avoid-and-psu-discussion-thread.3212332/
 

DSzymborski

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Well you are missing a few components LOL

If it is a budget build, the 3600 is a good choice, and the 5700xt is one of the best bang for your buck graphics cards. I might switch the mother board to the MSI B450 Tomahawk Max, which is widely considered one of the best boards for the price. If it is a budget build, ditch the RGB on the RAM and save 30 bucks.

For power supplies, check here:
https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/power-supply-psu-models-what-to-buy-what-to-avoid-and-psu-discussion-thread.3212332/
In my country the RGB one is at the same price as the normal one so I think im going with that. Also Im going with that motherboard because my case only supports Micro-ATX and its cheaper. I would like to know if it is compatible with all the other components.
 

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