Question Would these parts be a Good Beginner setup?

AllanGH

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The only caution that I can see is that, if you already have a UPS for computing, make certain that it's not a modified sine wave output unit. You'll need a pure sine wave UPS output for that PSU.
 

AllanGH

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Nowdays, I don't run expensive electronics directly from the power mains.
A UPS is highly recommended, if only for the power line conditioning that comes with it. You may only lose power once or twice a year but, if the computer is running when you do have an outage, you will be glad that you had it, instead of cleaning-up corrupted files after a power loss.

In my area, we get at least 4 or 5 power sags per week, and those can cause some seriously odd symptoms, or an outright freeze, when they hit.

The UPS will at least hold-up the line voltage when you get sags, filter out transients, and give you time to gracefully shut down the system in the event of a full power cut.
 

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Also .. if it's possible go for B450 instead of B350, and also 2600 instead of 1600.
Because the Ram you are buying would be fully utilised by B450 n 2600.
 

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