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Hi my only friends!

I'm looking for a new PC (my 30`s B-Day auto present) and I wonder if you can help me cheking my configuration:

https://www.pccomponentes.com/lista-de-deseos/ficjqpUqymHAqb

All the spaniards have help me to make it, but @RayderPSG invited my to ask here for an extra help in order to double check if there's any compatiblity mistakes or something like that (i'm a really ignorant in compters but i wnat to spend all my money to play FH2). Rayder told me that @Quicksilver it's a kind of Gurú in computing.

Thanks in advance for your time and help,

Herraiz

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That's a super PC. No idea about compatibility and such, hope someone helps, what I can say is that if you're sure you're just going to play FH2, buying that monster isn't needed. If you're thinking about playing newer games, for example some WWII ones that are played in the communitty, then if that's what you wanna spend I say go for it. Just make sure you're not spending 1500 just to pay FH2 xD

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Go for 1TB SSD. Every new game has minimum 40-50gb install nowadays.

I would go for either a RTX 2070 or Radeon RX5700XT for a longer lifetime for that setup. 2060 is not so good and the price difference is low against the performance gain. (5700XT is also the same price and even lower than 2060)

Try to get Noctua cooler as well. Coolermaster will be too loud.

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4 hours ago, L.L.HERRAIZ said:

Hi my only friends!

I'm looking for a new PC (my 30`s B-Day auto present) and I wonder if you can help me cheking my configuration:

https://www.pccomponentes.com/lista-de-deseos/ficjqpUqymHAqb

All the spaniards have help me to make it, but @RayderPSG invited my to ask here for an extra help in order to double check if there's any compatiblity mistakes or something like that (i'm a really ignorant in compters but i wnat to spend all my money to play FH2). Rayder told me that @Quicksilver it's a kind of Gurú in computing.

Thanks in advance for your time and help,

Herraiz

There are many tech guys on here to help :)@kummitus @Pr0z4c @Spieler4 @Awisko all know a lot about PC configurations and hardware

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From my point of view, I'm not sure of the quality of the Gigabyte Power Supply and I've seen a lot of people recommend either EVGA or Seasonic (I've had problems with Corsair for example and they are not cheap).

The nearest Seasonic I think is https://www.pccomponentes.com/seasonic-focus-750w-80-plus-gold-modular to the power supply you have listed, but if you were ok with a 650W version then you could get one close to the Gigabyte price - https://www.pccomponentes.com/seasonic-core-gm-650-650w-80-plus-gold-semi-modular

I do also agree about the games side. Some of the latest games are 50 - 100Gb and remember with an SSD it is recommended to have at least 10% storage always free to avoid wearing on the NAND chips, so the 500Gb will fill up fast. I can see that 1Tb SSD's look expensive on that site, but Amazon have good deals like this - https://www.amazon.es/dp/B07YD5KCB5/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_XndUEbGE3GQCA

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5 hours ago, Quicksilver said:

From my point of view, I'm not sure of the quality of the Gigabyte Power Supply and I've seen a lot of people recommend either EVGA or Seasonic (I've had problems with Corsair for example and they are not cheap).

The nearest Seasonic I think is https://www.pccomponentes.com/seasonic-focus-750w-80-plus-gold-modular to the power supply you have listed, but if you were ok with a 650W version then you could get one close to the Gigabyte price - https://www.pccomponentes.com/seasonic-core-gm-650-650w-80-plus-gold-semi-modular

I do also agree about the games side. Some of the latest games are 50 - 100Gb and remember with an SSD it is recommended to have at least 10% storage always free to avoid wearing on the NAND chips, so the 500Gb will fill up fast. I can see that 1Tb SSD's look expensive on that site, but Amazon have good deals like this - https://www.amazon.es/dp/B07YD5KCB5/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_XndUEbGE3GQCA

I am with quicksilver on the PSU, definitely look at that seasonic unit instead of the gigabyte one, seasonic tends to be king of the psu realm and evga actually gets seasonic to make their power supplies so you cant go wrong with either or.

For the SSD definitely get a 1tb or even just go the nvme route for less clutter in the case: https://www.amazon.es/Western-Digital-WDS100T2B0B-Blue-Internal/dp/B073SB2MXT/ref=sr_1_4?__mk_es_ES=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&dchild=1&keywords=nvme&qid=1589149602&refinements=p_89%3AWestern+Digital&rnid=1692911031&s=computers&sr=1-4

As for everything else looks good, the 3xxx series nvidia cards will be dropping later this year so the 2060 is a good placeholder card (i got one too for this reason) if you are just playing 1080p for the time being, and the SUPER version of that card isnt really worth the extra premium right now. That being said if you arent looking to get into the newest gpu line when it drops i would shell out a little more for a 2070 or a 2070 super, especially if you are getting into 144hz territory

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Ive had problems personally with corsair PSU's so i cant recommend them imo, if youre looking at radeon cards in that price range the 5700xt beasts the 2060 super and gives the 2070s a run for its money too but people (and im not saying you will have this issue, just that its an issue) with BSODS, black screens, blue screens and game crashes due to amds inferior driver/software side of stuff, sometimes the nvidia premium is worth it.

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1 hour ago, Pr0z4c said:

it is also has one of the best rated VRM for its price point! youll be able to run the 16c/32t cpus no problem at great voltage/power settings :)

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On 5/11/2020 at 1:32 AM, Awisko said:

I am with quicksilver on the PSU, definitely look at that seasonic unit instead of the gigabyte one, seasonic tends to be king of the psu realm and evga actually gets seasonic to make their power supplies so you cant go wrong with either or.

For the SSD definitely get a 1tb or even just go the nvme route for less clutter in the case: https://www.amazon.es/Western-Digital-WDS100T2B0B-Blue-Internal/dp/B073SB2MXT/ref=sr_1_4?__mk_es_ES=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&dchild=1&keywords=nvme&qid=1589149602&refinements=p_89%3AWestern+Digital&rnid=1692911031&s=computers&sr=1-4

As for everything else looks good, the 3xxx series nvidia cards will be dropping later this year so the 2060 is a good placeholder card (i got one too for this reason) if you are just playing 1080p for the time being, and the SUPER version of that card isnt really worth the extra premium right now. That being said if you arent looking to get into the newest gpu line when it drops i would shell out a little more for a 2070 or a 2070 super, especially if you are getting into 144hz territory

Don't mix naming of nvme and sata drives, this one is way slower than proper nvme

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