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    Quote Originally Posted by vampireor View Post
    Well look , I’m still 16 and in my country u can’t have a job at this age ( Dubai Laws ) , and so i take money from my parents like weekly about 70$+ , and whenever i ask for money i get , so the budget is flexible, i aint gonna buy a cheap cpu then have to upgrade it later , i will have some suffring with this CPU at the begging but I’ll end it with a beast , so this rig is ment for gaming , and who knows i might open a youtube channel , so a bit of rendering you know ,, I’m willing to pay any amount,, shall i wait for computex or buy a CPU from Ryzen now or what shall i do and what shall i buy
    16, huh? Well, I have plenty of advice for you.

    If money is no object then wait for Computex, or whatever, let AMD announce their new Zen 2 lineup and choose from that for the best all-around CPU experience. If money is an object/obstacle (this goddamn language) then wait for Computex, or whatever, let AMD announce their new Zen 2 lineup and choose from the previous Zen generation for the best all-around CPU experience at a lower price point.

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    Alright ,, shall i do what u said above or shall i switch to intel ?

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    And about my case fans i will just disattach them all

    And for the CPU cooler , since im buying a good cpu shall i buy the “noctune or whatever its called ,, ( the grey and brown cooler ) so i can overclock it easily or my cooler is good for now*

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    Quote Originally Posted by vampireor View Post
    Well look , I’m still 16 and in my country u can’t have a job at this age ( Dubai Laws ) , and so i take money from my parents like weekly about 70$+ , and whenever i ask for money i get , so the budget is flexible, i aint gonna buy a cheap cpu then have to upgrade it later , i will have some suffring with this CPU at the begging but I’ll end it with a beast , so this rig is ment for gaming , and who knows i might open a youtube channel , so a bit of rendering you know ,, I’m willing to pay any amount,, shall i wait for computex or buy a CPU from Ryzen now or what shall i do and what shall i buy
    Yeah, figured you situation was something like that from what you were saying.

    OK, so you say you're willing to suffer with this CPU for now and wait. That makes sense to me. And since you have a strong allowance to help you save, this is what I would suggest:
    • Get this GPU for now. I wouldn't call it a beast, but it's good.
    • Save for a really nice CPU (and depending on the CPU you get think about upgrading your Motherboard at the same time)


    Why a new Motherboard? You mentioned going Ryzen. You will need a different board for that. And actually, it's an interesting idea if you're waiting and saving. Coming this July AMD is leaping well ahead of Intel and releasing the Zen2 line. If you're waiting and saving, it's more than worth considering going that direction.

    If you stick to Intel, plan for an i7 at the least. Personally I never go lower than that for gaming. You wouldn't need to upgrade your motherboard and could instead get some faster RAM.

    After you're done with that, consider getting an aio liquid cooler for the CPU. It would go great in that case and help your gaming.
    At this point too, consider updating your GPU again with a real beast.

    Builds are never actually done. there's always something new and awesome that just came out to look forward to upgrading to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vampireor View Post
    Alright ,, shall i do what u said above or shall i switch to intel ?
    It wouldn't be switch. You're using Intel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vampireor View Post
    And about my case fans i will just disattach them all

    And for the CPU cooler , since im buying a good cpu shall i buy the “noctune or whatever its called ,, ( the grey and brown cooler ) so i can overclock it easily or my cooler is good for now*
    If you intend to OC, then you should go with water cooling. I would reccomend the EK aio kit best, because you can learn to do your own custom loops and hopefully eventually expand. But if you want something easier stick to NZXT, Corsair, Thermaltake or CoolerMaster.

    Your case is built for liquid cooling anyway.
    Last edited by S4lticid; 04-11-2019 at 04:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vampireor View Post
    Alright ,, shall i do what u said above or shall i switch to intel ?
    Don't get rid of your fans. Position them so they do not obstruct the VGA and have them blow air over your components. Refer to the blue arrow in the picture:



    If the sole purpose of your build was gaming then an Intel/Nvidia lineup would be the only recommendation. My suggestion, based on planned usage would be to switch to AMD. Ryzen provides more versatility at reduced cost. And your gaming performance won't take a big hit, either.

    At what resolution will you be gaming? The higher the resolution, the better AMD components perform. For 1080p you might want to consider Nvidia if you find a 1070 or 1070 Ti that's cheaper than the 56 Pulse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S4lticid View Post
    Yeah, figured you situation was something like that from what you were saying.

    OK, so you say you're willing to suffer with this CPU for now and wait. That makes sense to me. And since you have a strong allowance to help you save, this is what I would suggest:
    • Get this GPU for now. I wouldn't call it a beast, but it's good.
    • Save for a really nice CPU (and depending on the CPU you get think about upgrading your Motherboard at the same time)


    Why a new Motherboard? You mentioned going Ryzen. You will need a different board for that. And actually, it's an interesting idea if you're waiting and saving. Coming this July AMD is leaping well ahead of Intel and releasing the Zen2 line. If you're waiting and saving, it's more than worth considering going that direction.

    If you stick to Intel, plan for an i7 at the least. Personally I never go lower than that for gaming. You wouldn't need to upgrade your motherboard and could instead get some faster RAM.

    After you're done with that, consider getting an aio liquid cooler for the CPU. It would go great in that case and help your gaming.
    At this point too, consider updating your GPU again with a real beast.

    Builds are never actually done. there's always something new and awesome that just came out to look forward to upgrading to.


    Yeah , That's perfect , that is what I’ll do exactly. *

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4lticid View Post
    If you intend to OC, then you should go with water cooling. I would reccomend the EK aio kit best, because you can learn to do your own custom loops and hopefully eventually expand. But if you want something easier stick to NZXT, Corsair, Thermaltake or CoolerMaster.

    Your case is built for liquid cooling anyway.


    Yeah , NZXT Kraken maybe ? ( which model shall i get you can use “ newegg’s website )
    * And hold on , i know that my case is build for Liquid cooling , but isnt a water cooler good also ��?*
    Last edited by vampireor; 04-11-2019 at 06:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panzlock View Post
    Don't get rid of your fans. Position them so they do not obstruct the VGA and have them blow air over your components. Refer to the blue arrow in the picture:



    If the sole purpose of your build was gaming then an Intel/Nvidia lineup would be the only recommendation. My suggestion, based on planned usage would be to switch to AMD. Ryzen provides more versatility at reduced cost. And your gaming performance won't take a big hit, either.

    At what resolution will you be gaming? The higher the resolution, the better AMD components perform. For 1080p you might want to consider Nvidia if you find a 1070 or 1070 Ti that's cheaper than the 56 Pulse.


    Well first of all , how shall i make my fan back stick to air ��? Since there are nothing that i can stick it on to from the side ? , or maybe im just too stupid and didnt think enought, well let me borrow some ideas from you , and how shall i do it ,, ( remember there are nothing on the left right top and bottom sides littearly open ) , ik that u know this but eh ��

    And ill be gaming on a 1080p since my monitor is nothing good , its a full hd view sonic 60hz , ill be upgrading to 144hz or 165 soon , but slowley ������*

    Althought i dont care much abt resolution or quality of the game , its all abt how smooth is it. But if it can run a good resolution,, why not ��*




    ** Edit :- unless you are talking abt another case maybe?*

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