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What do you think about this build

HI i would like to hear your opinion about this build

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  1. price? Are you building it yourself? what are you going to do on this? Budget? location? these are all things we need to know to help you.
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    - CPU is fine, personally I would go for the 1600X or stick with Intel's i5 7600k but this one is good enough for gaming as well.

    - MOBO seems fine, I dont know much about it, but should be more than capable enough to overclock your CPU and anything else you might need (probably).

    - PSU is an excellent choice, just be aware that you might need more power should you decide to go crazy and buy 2 top tier graphics cards in SLI or Crossfire.

    - RAM sticks are great, I would highly recommend them to anyone. Capacity is plenty for all standard needs as well.

    - Graphics Card....this is where you went wrong imo. I wouldnt recommend the 1060 to anyone, its just a very poor choice for this price range. Either go with the RX 580 from AMD, or better yet empty your wallet on a 1070. Personally, I would rather see a card from Nvidia (or from AMD) fill that massive gap between the 1070 and 1060, but what can you do. I'd go for the 1070, anything lower is just not good enough for my needs.
    Should have gone for the RX 580, imo.

    - HDD isnt very good, nothing fancy, kinda slow, and low capacity, but its a hard drive, its like, whatever. They are slow anyway, and meant for file storage, so who cares.

    - SSD is pretty nice, good performance, just a bit low capacity for my tastes. I'd go for the 250GB version, but if it fills your needs then you're perfectly fine.

    TL;DR;
    Only thing that is a poor choice, is the graphics card imo. Everything else is fine in my book.

    P.S. All of this is based on my subjective opinion and the choices I would make. To be objective about this, all one has to do is compare price/performance ratio and consider their individual needs to make the best purchase for the money available.
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  3. lperreault21 said:
    price? Are you building it yourself? what are you going to do on this? Budget? location? these are all things we need to know to help you.


    im not building it by myself..
    price: 1280$
    gaming 1080p 60fps.. and editing
    location: israel
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  4. All good, but i woudl strive for a 250gb class SSD. 120 will not cut it these days.
    That beeing said, please use pcpartpicker.com.
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  5. Hlsgsz said:
    All good, but i woudl strive for a 250gb class SSD. 120 will not cut it these days.
    That beeing said, please use pcpartpicker.com.


    Because of what? speed or space?
    (coz i have 1tb of hdd..)
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  6. oagaming22 said:
    Hlsgsz said:
    All good, but i woudl strive for a 250gb class SSD. 120 will not cut it these days.
    That beeing said, please use pcpartpicker.com.


    Because of what? speed or space?
    (coz i have 1tb of hdd..)


    Obviously he is talking about capacity (space). He is telling you that 120GB is low.
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  7. oagaming22 said:
    Hlsgsz said:
    All good, but i woudl strive for a 250gb class SSD. 120 will not cut it these days.
    That beeing said, please use pcpartpicker.com.


    Because of what? speed or space?
    (coz i have 1tb of hdd..)


    Both, but capacity most importantly.
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