It should be the 550 not the 450 I guess it did not update when I changed it.You don't necessarily need the cpu cooler unless for looks, the stock ryzen cooler works well enough.
That power supply is too small. I would go with a 550 minimum.
I already have a computer that was built by Iron Side and its kind of starting to give out on me so I wanted to build my own since it was cheaper. I didnt know that they were releasing the third gen so soon so I might wait, or I might just buy this one once prices drop.if you've waited this long you may as well wait for third gen ryzen to release in a couple more months
I will definitely look into the Samsung SSD, do you have any suggestions on which one?Adata 800 ssds arent great, id get a crucial or samsung model. I would also get a 550 or 650 for that system. You can use the stock cooler, but the dark rock slim is a step up. The link doesnt update, you just have to post the new link here.
Wow, thank you so much! I will definitely take a look at this in the morning!https://www.bestbuy.com/site/kingston-a400-240gb-internal-sata-solid-state-drive/5715500.p?skuId=5715500&ref=212&loc=1&ref=212&loc=1&gclsrc=aw.ds&&gclid=CjwKCAjw1KLkBRBZEiwARzyE7_cBMBm1binl_hyl92M5JjfQhI450lzakM3iIM4_bPZxjYkBAI0WexoCj5kQAvD_BwE
Heres a 240gb kingston sa400 ssd. It is a pretty fast and decent drive. I have the same ssd and only have good things to say from my experiences. The samsung drives are about $60 but the simmilar to the $50 mx500 drive
Thats good to know, I went looking for a few different parts and it looks pretty good. Will probably make the switch once I do a little more research. Thanks for the help!The pure rock slim has roughly the same performance as the stock amd wraith on the 2600x. So unless you are buying that particular cooler for its looks, it's money not well spent. If you are gaming hard, cpu extensive games, gaming and streaming taxing the cpu, or planning on more than a basic OC, you'll need to move up in cooler class, the budget class really doesn't cut it.
That's a $1200 build. Expensive to replace. And you want to trust your baby to a cheap psu? The psu is the single most important part of any pc. The psu is solely responsible for powering everything, safely and healthily. Cheap psus are responsible for more posts with issues than almost any other catagory except for drivers.
The $10 difference between a Seasonic Focus 650w and a Corsair CX 550 to me is an absolute no brainer. That Seasonic is one of the best rated psus in its class. More than several steps up from the Bronze CX.