I think you missed the part where they said Location: Philippines.
With the Ryzen 3 3200G TDP at 65W and the RX 580 at 225W it may get a little warm but nothing a couple of fans won't fix. Install two 140mm fans bringing in cool air from the front should suffice.
Case Fan | be quiet! Pure Wings 2 140 61.2 CFM 140 mm Fan | $15.88 @ Amazon Canada
You don't need to spend over $100 on a case... Performance difference between RX580/590 is does not justify the cost difference. Doubled storage for less than half the price of storage you had selected. You be the judge, I would build this.
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I think your build looks great. Honestly, RAM is RAM, you won't see any difference unless you are running benchmarks. One thing to note with SSD is the larger the drive, the faster it is. A 500 gig is faster than a 250 gig and a 1T is faster than both. But, on that note you won't really see a difference between them in real world applications. You will have faster loading times and you will notice a difference vs. a HD. Just make sure you install your OS and any programs that you will use frequently on the SSD. I really like the BIOS and software that comes with MSI boards but the real issue is how good is the power distribution and heat dissipation. The X570 boards are all capable boards so if you have a preference for one brand or another then go for it. As far as wifi built in vs. added on, I'm not a big fan of the USB type wifi but I have used wifi cards and built in with great success.
You could definitely get away with using the 1080 for now but you will want to upgrade in the near future. I'm an avid stream watcher and I would watch someone who is using the latest and greatest technology than someone who is using old technology. One of the most asked questions is what hardware are you using. Having the Ryzen 9 3900X is definately high end but then pairing that with a 1080 just seems inappropriate. Not that it is inappropriate, it just seems that way. Have you seen any of the ray tracing videos? Take a look... Minecraft - Quake II - Project Sol.
You stated you would like to be able to Game, Stream, Record game-play. You could do all on the same PC if it has enough memory and storage. I agree 32 gigs is a bit much and you could get away with 16gigs. The X570 is recommended due to the compatibility issues you mentioned. Zen2 sweet spot for memory speed is 3600Mhz. 970 Evo is hands down the best SSD/M.2 available, however, you can use anything. I use HDD as bulk storage and 1TB will disappear real quick so get the largest HDD you can afford.
This is my recommendation...
This should do nicely with your requirements.
Could you tell me what is the main purpose for this PC? Is it for gaming? Please describe your intentions.
There's a lot to go over with this as to why I have chosen this hardware. Most of the selections is one step below spending too much for a minor increase in performance. For example, I chose the GTX 1660 Ti 6GB because the next step up was only a 18%-20% increase (GTX 2060/GTX 2070) for $150-$250 more which doesn't make sense to me. This GPU has 1 HDMI and 3 Display ports so make sure your monitors use Display ports. You could use one HDMI monitor and one or more Display ports at the same time. I added a monitor parametric filter for these specs.
As for your request for specific keys on your keyboard, the prices really don't justify the means. I use $15.00 keyboards that function as well if not better than the keyboards with all the hype that comes along with cliche marketing like "Gaming" and "Mechanical" or all these different color key selections. So I set up a parametric filter with your requirements and Voilà, here's your over priced keyboard. A couple of things I require a keyboard to have is multi-color or white back-lighting and must have ten key input along with "mechanical" like raised keys. None of those laptop flat style keys. There are a lot of personal preferences when it comes to keyboards. I would be comfortable with using the keyboard/mouse combo... Cooler Master Devastator 3 Wired Gaming Keyboard With Optical Mouse for $78.00 which does not break the bank but is still a bit on the expensive side for me. This would eliminate the $62.00 mouse and $200.00 keyboard.
I have a love/hate relationship with headphones and microphones. Generally I don't like using a mic that is attached to the headphones, but that's because I have a big head and the mic never reaches. If you are going to be using a mic, I would recommend a stand alone mic and USB pre-amp. I use the Behringer U-PHORIA UMC404HD - USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface but it may be overkill for most, so I would recommend the Behringer UM2 U-Phoria 2x2 USB Audio Interface with XENYX Mic Preamp with a stand and mic. Another approach would be to use a USB mic which come at all price ranges starting at about $15.00.
To keep the heat build up under control I chose to use the ATX form factor. This allows larger surface areas to dissipate heat better. This requires larger cases so I chose the Aerocool Cylon, Build Timelapse, for its form factor and the fact that it has media slots on the front panel. It's a fairly cheap case and it feels light and has a lot of plastic but has lots of room and decent cable management. To pump up the air flow I included 3 Cooler Master JetFlo 95 CFM 120 mm Fan, these fans are a beast when it comes to moving air. They are PWM so the MB will control the speed based on heat dissipation requirements. I would mount these three fans in the front of the case so they're facing inward to pressurize the case which will keep dust out of the cracks and crevices as well as cool all your components. I chose the red LED fan to light up the inside of the case with a red glow. These fans come in other colors if you don't want red.
Let me know if you have any questions.
In that case, if you wanted to do more productivity work then I would go with more cores... Personally this is the one I would build.
This isn't any better than the i5-9600K and you're paying way too much.
Once you add storage... I would get a beast of an SSD and a cheap mass storage drive...
I'm a huge fan of AMD but I'm a bigger fan of saving money. This is an Intel build that I would only recommend for gaming as it's not going to fair well as a business machine.
I would go with a whole computer swap for under $200.00... I found this Dell that would fit the bill. You may even be able to use some of that memory and add the HD from the old one to add more space.
CAD machine that will game and process all day long...
That's what I would do. After looking over some data and to stay at the lower price range, I would go with the MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS ATX AM4 Motherboard | $169.99 @ B&H.
Building a PC couldn't be simpler, these days it's basically just plug n play. There's really nothing more than that. You can build the whole system, monitor, keyboard, mouse and twice the memory, better PSU...
I wouldn't let my worst enemy buy a prebuilt PC from any of those stores. You can build your own, it's as easy as plug and play these days. You can select quality parts and keep under the prices of those prebuilds.
I have selected quality parts from Amizon, Newegg, and B&H as these are the places I buy my parts from.
I went with the Ryzen 2600X as it's only $15.00 more than the 2600 and it's already OC'ed. Also chose 3200Mhz memory with CAS 16 which is the sweet spot for the Zen+ architecture. Added the OS, a monitor, and keyboard/mouse combo to round off the build... and it's all under $1000.00.
I would return it if you can, there have been too many issues to justify keeping it for a 3000 series CPU.
You're welcome, I build PC's for the future and this one is rock solid. It even includes a 144Hz monitor if you didn't see that. I would not recommend buying anything less than a X570 MB for a 3000 series Ryzen CPU as there has been a lot of problems with the BIOS updates causing no boot conditions. See https://www.reddit.com/r/MSI_Gaming for example, there are a lot of people talking about it. I have many years experience with building PCs, I am available for any questions you might have.
Here's a good starting point for a PC that will be upgradeable for at least the next the next AMD architecture in the future. Has no GPU but the processor has a Radeon Vega 11 built in so you can hold off on the GPU if needed.
Here's my recommendation with a 32 inch 144Hz monitor. The external 10G HD can be removed from the external case and installed into the PC or can be used externally with its 3.0 USB. I chose a low profile CPU cooler because you want the fan to blow air down onto the MB where the VRMs are and it will also cool the memory.
Honestly the front page of this website has "Build Guides". These provide an excellent starting point for building a gaming PC based on your price range. With that new information, I have chosen the build guide labeled Enthusiast AMD Gaming/Streaming Build for this parts list below.
Sorry, I had to delete my previous post, I found too many issues with that build for the price.
There's a few things to note ... The BIOS will need to be updated for Ryzen 3000 series. I checked the MB to make sure it will support updating the BIOS without a CPU installed. The MB listed below will support updating BIOS without a CPU installed.
I themed this build so it's mostly white. The case I chose has USB C on front panel.
There are so many driver issues with the Radeon VII I would not touch it until there has been several updates. As for that I would probably go with the Vega 64 as it's half the price and only about 15% slower than the Radeon VII. If price isn't a problem then wait until July for the RTX 2080 SUPER.
This is my rendition of the RUST Ryzen 5 2600X GTX 2060 6G Intel killer PC. We have the technology, we can build a better, faster, cheaper machine with Ryzen technology.
You get much better prices from Amazon Germany so I designed this build around ordering everything from there. I hope you have Prime because this system is amazing.
I made a few quality of life changes. There's nothing wrong with the case you selected. Rosewill has a QA problem so you might find some finger prints or metal burrs on the screw holes but overall it's a nice case with 2 case fans included, cutouts for cable routing, clear side panel, 2 USB 3.0 ports and 2 USB 2.0 ports on the front. Even has a case speaker which is hardly ever found even on really expensive cases. Also like that the case is set up for positive pressure with the 120mm intake fan and the 80mm exhaust fan.
This will do everything you need and more.
For gaming there is little difference between the 2400G and the 2200G other than the built in graphics. But Hearthstone doesn't require to much... I will always choose an MSI B450 MB over any other because of the solid Vcore VRM for those higher end processors which you will be upgrading to in the near future. When the demand is there you can always add a GPU.
I have built a PC based on the 2200G and it's a decent little PC which my wife uses every day. A few months later I upgraded to a GTX1060. So I know this build is going to suit you and your SO. There's not that much difference between the 2200G and the 2400G when it comes to gaming and only about 10% better as a workstation.
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Not going to get 100FPS from that card. You will probably see 40-70FPS...
If you were to wait until July 7th, you would get this system for the same price if you were to get a different Ryzen CPU, say, a, Ryzen 7 3800X...
I would pick... well, this is what I would do if I was building a PC in the near future. Wait until after July 7th and...
I'm sure it's not but I know for a fact it has always worked for me. I've paid almost $300.00 for that memory not too long ago. Prices have really come down on memory lately.
Here is the Qualified Vedor List for your motherboard and the AMD 2000 series CPUs...
You must understand the basics of memory timing.. Basically look at the CAS timing and divide the CAS by the memory speed x 2000 to get the latency in nanoseconds. The lower the number is better.
So lets look as some other common memory speeds...
Now, memory intensive tasks such as video editing and number crunching will benefit from faster latency. Gaming is not a memory intensive task, so it doesn't matter as much unless you are making a PC which will do everything. Take a look at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CAS_latency to see more info than you ever wanted to see. There's more to it than that but this is the basics...
I exclusively use AMD CPUs and G.Skill Flare X memory. It has not failed on any of the systems I have used it on.
Built this for multitasking such as playing and streaming at the same time. The Ryzen 5 2600 is compared to the i5-9400F and is better at multitasking because it does threading so its 6 cores act as 12 on the Ryzen.
Here's an overall killer machine that will play anything you want to throw at it, even CSGO...
This case is only 0.539 ft³ and is VR ready with the GTX 2060, ample storage, and wifi too for under $1000...
Well, I've seen benchmarks compared to TR 1950X and it was about half most of the time but I have not seen any comparisons against a 2600. But since the 1950x is about twice as much as the 2600 is I would guess they are about the same. This would be an OK build if I could find a cheaper MB.
This meets the goals of the OP and I wanted to build a dual xeon system off ebay for a while...