[SOLVED] This PC build ok?

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Storage is up to him. If he wants to use his old ones or buy new one i am not sure of. But yes its coverd.

Just needed some confirmations since im am not to confident in my basic knowleg in picking parts. So thanks
 
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So maybe changing the MB to MSI B450 TOMAHAWK MAX, Socket-AM4.

IT is not listed to support 3600mhz but 3466mhz and 4000mhz. Dose that mean a 3600mhz ram stick will be limited to 3466mhz or is he better off buying 3200mhz ram?
 
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Thanks. But i dont know how to do it and my brother dosent either. I can probebly figurer out how to do it, but then i probebly have to tell him through the phone.

So the main goal is to make every thing be as much as posible "plug and play"
 
Thanks. But i dont know how to do it and my brother dosent either. I can probebly figurer out how to do it, but then i probebly have to tell him through the phone.

So the main goal is to make every thing be as much as posible "plug and play"
Unless you are doing very specific productiv task, it ain't gonna make much difference. So, don't thing too much into it.
 
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Is just that when i tryed and research it i find that some say they hade problems with 3600mhz on the Tomahawk that dosent support 3600mhz.
 
Is just that when i tryed and research it i find that some say they hade problems with 3600mhz on the Tomahawk that dosent support 3600mhz.
The 3rd gen. Ryzen works even better with speeds above 3200mhz with diminishing return kicking in from 3733mhz approximately, which was not the case with 2nd gen. Your board is 2nd gen. but optimized for 3rd. gen. so it can definitely work beyond 3200mhz however you apply it. I have also seen people achieve OC speeds with 3200mhz kit and run stable, but 3200mhz is good enough too if you are stuck with it.
 

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