[SOLVED] Will this build be reliable?

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Hi, i'm planning to build a pc for programming/vm's and I chose the following parts:

Corsair NR400;
Ryzen 7 2700;
GT 1030;
Gigabyte B450 Aorus M;
2x8GB DDR4 G.SKILL Aegis 2400Mhz;
Corsair TX650M;
SSD Kingston A400 240GB;
HDD WD Caviar Blue 500GB;

The graphics card is low-end since i'm not gonna use this machine for gaming.

Is there something I should change on my components or is it already good?
 
Swap the ram to 3000mhz or 3200mhz ram. Faster Ram speed greatly increases ryzens performance.

Although the 2700 is powerful and will work fine, I would consider buying an AMD Ryzen 7 3700x if you can afford it. 3700x is much more powerful for all workloads.
Other than that, the pc should be reliable as the PSU used is of strong quality.
 
Jun 5, 2019
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Swap the ram to 3000mhz or 3200mhz ram. Faster Ram speed greatly increases ryzens performance.

Although the 2700 is powerful and will work fine, I would consider buying an AMD Ryzen 7 3700x if you can afford it. 3700x is much more powerful for all workloads.
Other than that, the pc should be reliable as the PSU used is of strong quality.
The problem is if I change to 3000mhz it's gonna go over my budget, could I overclock the memory already on the build and see good results?
 

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