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Hello,
I am planning to buy in a few days PC parts for a new Gaming PC. So I want to ask if there will be any compatibility problems or something that needs to be changed. I live in Sweden so the prices may be different between my location and yours.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700x - 2300 SEK
GPU: Big Navi 6800XT - 7190 SEK
Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX B550-F GAMING - 1729SEK
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master EVO 212 - 190SEK
RAM: G.Skill Trident Z Neo DDDR4-3600 2x16 - 2 190SEK
SSD: Samsung PRO -2 520SEK
PSU: Corsair RM850- 1214SEK
CASE:
Corsair Crystal 570X RGB Midi-Tower White- 1900SEK

Total: SEK 19 233‬

Does anything need to be changed or this PC config. is good?

I was thinking of buying everything on Black Friday but except for Big Navi. I was going to buy it full price so I don't miss out on the stock


PS I already bought the CPU Motherboard and Cpu cooler for that price I just posted the rest are all the retail price.
 
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Phaaze88

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PS I already bought the CPU Motherboard and Cpu cooler for that price I just posted the rest are all the retail price.
Asking about compatibility after you already bought parts...

I see one red flag here, and it's the cpu cooler. Seeing what you've spent/will spend on the other parts, and then go so cheap on the cooler...
That will struggle with a 3900X under heavy loads.
 

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Asking about compatibility after you already bought parts...

I see one red flag here, and it's the cpu cooler. Seeing what you've spent/will spend on the other parts, and then go so cheap on the cooler...
That will struggle with a 3900X under heavy loads.
Sorry I menat 3700x I didnt think I need a crazy cooler I got on sale.
Can’t I use It a couple months before switching to a new one I have used it a while it has disappointed me yet
 

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Oh! Well, if that's the case, that cooler is fine with a 3700X.

I don't see any issues with the build now.
I have question about the SSD Will it install faster on gog people say it Will LOT faster but I couldnt find ANy video proving that if any graph please show me
 

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I have question about the SSD Will it install faster on gog people say it Will LOT faster but I couldnt find ANy video proving that if any graph please show me
Internet: Depends on your ISP.
Mine sucks at a measly 15Mbps. So even though I have my game library on 1 of 3 SSDs, I still have to wait for some time for game installs to finish.
Once the install is finished, launching them is a snap.


Offline: Where would you get the files from if they're not already on the PC?
If you're moving from one SSD to another SSD, it'd be pretty quick.
 

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How about extrating big/heavy folder Will the ssd help? Like zip filés Winrar or even repack files
Yes.

And Will it use full power or Will be limted of anything sort program/hardware?
You lost me on that first one.
M.2s are easier to throttle compared to SATA SSDs... there shouldn't be anything limiting it unless you're prone to running malicious software.
 

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