Looking for final parts of my First build

iscorpious

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Oct 16, 2020
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Salaam,
To whomever viewing this, I'm here to ask for recommendations for my first ever pc build. So far I've managed to gather following parts:
1. Ryzen 3600x
2. Sapphire Pulse 5600 xt
3. MSI b450 Pro Max (I guess)
4. G.skill [email protected]
5. WD 500GB SSD

These are the components, I've managed to gather .And now i require some recommendations for how much wattage do I need for this system. And also I'd like a decent recommendation for a chassis.I'm almost at the brink of my savings and I've got 18k spare to buy PSU and a casing. Please recommend me a case with decent airflow and temps :
Thanks
 

iampasha

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Get a 1440p 75hz freesync or a 60hz even. No point in getting higher hz monitor when you will be going for the mid end GPUs.
 

GloriousChicken

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If you want a good PSU, I have a tried and tested in stock.
I might be able to hook you up with a good deal. 600W MWE Gold.

To be honest im leaning towards this:
One of my personal favourites.
The color output it has is wunderbar.

+1 from me.
 

Rajkumar36

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I would recommend at least 750 to 850 Watts.
Case should have a good air flow from Front to back & also from upside....!
i have both if you want..!
0301-6322726
 

iampasha

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Don't believe what he says, you really REALLY don't need more than 600 watts. As for your GPU, I would suggest that you wait since both next gen AMD rdna2 or Nvidia Ampere are about to hit the shelves soon. Rest the build is good.

I would advise not spending more than 7k on a new casing. The money you save could go elsewhere like gaming mice, headphones, keyboards and controllers.
 

iampasha

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Karachi
Don't believe what he says, you really REALLY don't need more than 600 watts. As for your GPU, I would suggest that you wait since both next gen AMD rdna2 or Nvidia Ampere are about to hit the shelves soon. Rest the build is good.

I would advise not spending more than 7k on a new casing. The money you save could go elsewhere like gaming mice, headphones, keyboards and controllers.
 

iscorpious

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Oct 16, 2020
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Hi, thank you for confirming my suspicion about the comment above yours. He doesnt know crap about PC's I guess. I was actually going for a 500W PSU after calculating my load on some PSU calculators. As for the new RDNA2 GPU's, 6700 or 6600Xt will come out probably next year. So, I think 5600Xt is a good choice until then.
One more thing, if you dont mind me asking is the choice between choosing a [email protected] or [email protected] monitor. I have never owned one so you might have a better idea about that, I care about eye-candy a lot. I dont play fps games, just League and some RPG's like witcher 3 .
Kindly help me out in this one too :)
 

iscorpious

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Oct 16, 2020
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