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Building my first desktop!help

Hello! Black friday is almost here and im going to build my first desktop computer ever! I need some help and advices of you pros out there. The computer will be mainly to program as im starting to develop my career now as a dev. I want to play some PUBG and stream too so this is what I have in mind. If you see something that could improve the setup in the same price range feel free to comment. I live in Spain.
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Ryzen 5 1600x is the cpu that I see more value for what I want/budget.
CPU cooler - Cryorig H7 (35€) or Cooler Master Hyper 212X (30€)?
Or should I by 1700( if It comes with a cooler inc?)

Mother board - Asus Strix B350 F-Gaming, MSI B350 Gaming Pro Carbon or ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming ? My idea is on the Strix, which one has better performence wich should I choose?

RAM - Im thinking on buying 8gb first and then upgrade to 16gb cause my budget is not that big. Unless I see some good offer new or used of a good seller.

128gb ssd , I have a 500 gb hhd from my old laptop.

Graphic card - the most confused component for me to choose.
Gigabyte GeForce Gtx 1050 Ti, MSI GeForce Gtx 1050 Ti or Envidia gtx 1050 Ti ? Which one should I go for? In that budget theres something better?

Power supply - no idea, any advice on a cheap and good one?

Tower box - L-Link Kazumi USB 3.0 ( found one for 20-25€) with one month.

Thank you very much in advance pros and if you can help me and explain why I would be very grateful. King regards
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    You could just buy a R5 1600 and uses the stock cooler, you don't exactly need a R7 for what you're going to do, especially with that GPU of choice.

    Any brand of GPU is fine, usually buy the cheapest or the most convenient RMA brand. Unless aesthetics play a huge part on your selection.

    Grab a Seasonic S12ii PSU for cheap and reliable PSU.
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  2. BigBoomBoom said:
    You could just buy a R5 1600 and uses the stock cooler, you don't exactly need a R7 for what you're going to do, especially with that GPU of choice.

    Any brand of GPU is fine, usually buy the cheapest or the most convenient RMA brand. Unless aesthetics play a huge part on your selection.

    Grab a Seasonic S12ii PSU for cheap and reliable PSU.

    My problem with buying the 1600 version is that I dont know how to overclock, and for the first 6 months probably wont be able to. And running at 3.2ghz compared to 3.6 seems a lot. Will notice a big difference?
    Aesthetics is not a problem, ill be buying the best deal then.
    There isnt any good PSU cheaper and reliable? 55-60€ for a PSU its a little out of my budget..
    Motherboard advice on those 3 choices?
    Thank you for your knowledge
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  3. R5 1600 auto boost to 3.6Ghz already.

    Seasonic S12ii is the lowest I would recommend, it's very reliable.

    Motherboard is all the same, pick the one that has the utility that you like. They won't be any different in terms of performance at the same price level.
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  4. BigBoomBoom said:
    R5 1600 auto boost to 3.6Ghz already.

    Seasonic S12ii is the lowest I would recommend, it's very reliable.

    Motherboard is all the same, pick the one that has the utility that you like. They won't be any different in terms of performance at the same price level.

    I will be buying R5 1600, unless a great deal appears on the x version. With the strix board and that PSU . Thank you mate
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