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User Info: Tymo97

Tymo97
1 month ago#1
Would I be able to go into the next generation of games and play at high for cycle?

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/KsnDCb
PC/Switch | Ryzen 3900x 3.8 GHz | Corsair Vengeance 16gb DDR4 | Samsung 970 Evo 2TB SSD | GeForce RTX 2070 8GB |

User Info: sonic_c_tail

sonic_c_tail
1 month ago#2
why are you paying 509 for a regular 2070 when a 2070 super can be gotten for about that much. Or a similar spec 2060 super for bout 400ish.

Also do you need two 970 evos? for the price of one of those you could get a 10tb hdd and shucc it.
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User Info: Dave_rawkzorz

Dave_rawkzorz
1 month ago#3
1) Get a motherboard with WiFi so you don't need the adapter: https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16813144261
2) Get a 80+ gold rated PSU if you're building a $1000+ PC.
3) Cheaper(price, not in quality) NVMe drives so you get more TB per $: https://www.newegg.com/hp-ex920-1tb/p/N82E16820326778
4) Unless you want a case specifically for that DVD drive, getting a bigger one will make it easier to install everything and better overall case temps. Plus that's a little budgety looking for something you're spending a lot on. Get some tempered glass. πŸ‘Œ
FD Meshify C | i7-9700K@5GHz | Z390 Aorus Master | 32GB Corsair LPX 3200 | 1TB 970 EVO + 1TB SX8200 Pro | Asus STRIX 2080 - https://bit.ly/2SLQOQG
EVGA SC17

User Info: Tymo97

Tymo97
1 month ago#4
Dave_rawkzorz posted...
1) Get a motherboard with WiFi so you don't need the adapter: https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16813144261
2) Get a 80+ gold rated PSU if you're building a $1000+ PC.
3) Cheaper(price, not in quality) NVMe drives so you get more TB per $: https://www.newegg.com/hp-ex920-1tb/p/N82E16820326778
4) Unless you want a case specifically for that DVD drive, getting a bigger one will make it easier to install everything and better overall case temps. Plus that's a little budgety looking for something you're spending a lot on. Get some tempered glass. πŸ‘Œ


The motherboard in my build is good right? It says it has wifi.
PC/Switch | Ryzen 3900x 3.8 GHz | Corsair Vengeance 16gb DDR4 | Samsung 970 Evo 2TB SSD | GeForce RTX 2070 8GB |

User Info: Dave_rawkzorz

Dave_rawkzorz
1 month ago#5
Tymo97 posted...
Dave_rawkzorz posted...
1) Get a motherboard with WiFi so you don't need the adapter: https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16813144261
2) Get a 80+ gold rated PSU if you're building a $1000+ PC.
3) Cheaper(price, not in quality) NVMe drives so you get more TB per $: https://www.newegg.com/hp-ex920-1tb/p/N82E16820326778
4) Unless you want a case specifically for that DVD drive, getting a bigger one will make it easier to install everything and better overall case temps. Plus that's a little budgety looking for something you're spending a lot on. Get some tempered glass. πŸ‘Œ


The motherboard in my build is good right? It says it has wifi.

My mistake, it does have it. Why do you need a dedicated WiFi card then?
FD Meshify C | i7-9700K@5GHz | Z390 Aorus Master | 32GB Corsair LPX 3200 | 1TB 970 EVO + 1TB SX8200 Pro | Asus STRIX 2080 - https://bit.ly/2SLQOQG
EVGA SC17

User Info: Tymo97

Tymo97
1 month ago#6
Dave_rawkzorz posted...
Tymo97 posted...
Dave_rawkzorz posted...
1) Get a motherboard with WiFi so you don't need the adapter: https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16813144261
2) Get a 80+ gold rated PSU if you're building a $1000+ PC.
3) Cheaper(price, not in quality) NVMe drives so you get more TB per $: https://www.newegg.com/hp-ex920-1tb/p/N82E16820326778
4) Unless you want a case specifically for that DVD drive, getting a bigger one will make it easier to install everything and better overall case temps. Plus that's a little budgety looking for something you're spending a lot on. Get some tempered glass. πŸ‘Œ


The motherboard in my build is good right? It says it has wifi.

My mistake, it does have it. Why do you need a dedicated WiFi card then?


Because I'm still a PC noob lol, thank you.
PC/Switch | Ryzen 3900x 3.8 GHz | Corsair Vengeance 16gb DDR4 | Samsung 970 Evo 2TB SSD | GeForce RTX 2070 8GB |

User Info: mayatola

mayatola
1 month ago#7
That motherboard has really bad VRMs that overheat. At that price point, you could go with the ASUS TUF Gaming or the ASUS PRIME board which have much better VRMs. I'm not a fan of ASUS, but they have the best VRMs for X570 boards at that price range. If you go up to around $250, the Gigabyte Aorus Pro Wifi would be the next best choice. If you want some great information regarding X570 boards, Hardware Unboxed on youtube has a bunch of benchmarks on thermal performance of the VRMs. The MSI boards are the worst of the X570s until you go up to the Ace or Godlike. Also, buildzoid of Actually Hardcore Overclocking on youtube also has a lot of in depth info on motherboards (down to the individual components like the capacitors, MOSFETs, inductors, etc.).

Also, I think pairing the 3900x with a 2070 is not really the best use of your budget. You could go down to the 3600 and put the extra money towards a 2080 instead and get a lot more performance that way. I mean for gaming at 1440p or above.
i9-9900k @ 5.1GHz | MSI MEG Z390 ACE | 16GB DDR4-3200 | EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra

User Info: Gietzy

Gietzy
1 month ago#8
I think the msi gaming edge is the worst x570 mobo with bad overheating issues for the vrms.
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User Info: Dredj

Dredj
1 month ago#9
Change to a better motherboard that still has wifi and ditch the wifi card.

Streamline your storage, 1TB SSD will be fine for Windows and your currently played games unless you are like console people and want your entire game library installed. So one SSD and 1 HDD for storage.

Get a full tower case.

Optical drives are obsolete but if you really want one for the novelty get an external one so you can atleast put in a drawer or something when you aren't using it(you will never use it).

Make sure the RAM you want is b-die as it works best for Ryzen 3000 and get 3600MHz, it's the break point for best performance.

Change the GPU to a 2070 Super.

PSU ratings aside get a fully modular one, because they are just nicer and easier to work with :)

User Info: Apex_Predator

Apex_Predator
1 month ago#10
Aside from switching Mobos and ditching the WiFi card, you should get a 250gb SSD just for Windows. This way in case something goes wrong with Windows, u won’t lose all of your stuff. Pair that with another 500GB - 1TB SSD for your files and games and you’re good to go.
Z170, 6700K,1070 FE, 16GB DDR4, 250GB NVME m2, 1TB HDD, 29" LG 1080p UW
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