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    Looking for Graphics Card Suggestion

    Hey Buddy,

    I'm new in this group and wanted to build my first gaming PC for gaming and video editing works (I'm thinking to start my own channel).

    As I'm a student, I'm not able to spend much on PC Parts so I'm confused about which graphics card should I choose in my build?

    Here is my build which I'm thinking to buy, please guide me is this graphics card okay for my build? And please help me in reducing the cost of my build.

    PC Builder Part List:

    1. Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X Processor, 6 Cores and 12 Threads with Wraith Spire Cooler ($226.67 @ Amazon US)

    2. Motherboard: Gigabyte B450M DS3H AMD Socket AM4 MicroATX Motherboard with M.2, HDMI, DVI, USB 3.1, and USB Slots ($94.99 @ Amazon US)

    3. Case: Phanteks Eclipse P300A high airflow full-metal mesh design, compact ATX Mid-tower, 120mm black case fan ($59.99 @ Amazon US)

    4. Graphics Card: ASUS Dual NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Super EVO V2 OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card (PCIe 3.0, 8GB GDDR6 Memory, HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-D, Axial-Tech Fan, 0dB Technology, DirectCU II, Auto-Extreme) ($721.58 @ Amazon US)

    5. RAM: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series, 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-4266MHz 288-Pin SDRAM Desktop Memory with CL19 ($209.00 @ Amazon US)

    6. Storage: Samsung EVO 970 1TB PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe M.2-2280 Internal Solid State Drive with V-NAND Technology & 1024MB Cache ($127.98 @ Amazon US)

    7. Power Supply: Corsair CX 650 Series, 80+ Bronze Certified 650W Modular Power Supply ($93.99 @ Amazon US)

    Total: $1,534
    Generated by PC Builder on 21th of December, 2020

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    Hi 4m4nkumar

    The RTX 2060 super is last generation and at $721.58 u.s. dollars, that's too much when you can get an RTX 3080 for $699.99 u.s. dollars, that is if you can find one.

    If you can find an RTX 3060 Ti in stock, this would be a better choice at $399.00 u.s. dollars.

    4266MHz ram likely won't run at that speed with the 2600x, go with something like 3200MHz, this will save you a headache and some cash.

    The 5600x is only about $73.00 more dollars than the 2600x, you could jump up to it with the ASUS TUF Gaming x570 plus.

    5600x is on its way at B&HPhoto -

    ASUS TUF Gaming x570 plus - (This motherboard requires the latest bios for ryzen 5000 cpu's, if you don't currently have a compatible ryzen cpu, you might want to look at another motherboard)

    You could then step up to a a pcie 4.0 ssd.

    Power supply, would step up to at least a 750w gold.

    You will need a cpu cooler.

    What monitor will you be using?

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