What do you guys think of this PC part list?

Keep in mind I live in Australia so not all parts are available to me.

List:

Case: Corsair Carbide SPEC-02

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600

Motherboard: MSI B350 PC MATE

GPU: MSI GTX 1060 OC 6GB

RAM: 16GB Kit (8GBx2) 2400 G.Skill FORTIS

SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 250GB

Hard Drive: Seagate 3.5" BarraCuda 7200rpm 2TB

PSU: Corsair CX 550M
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  1. need I suggest faster RAM for Ryzen. 3000 is the sweet spot IMHO.
    the evo is available in an m.2 form factor, fewer cables
    looks good
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  2. R_1 said:
    need faster RAM for Ryzen. 3000 is the sweet spot IMHO.
    the evo is available in an m.2 form factor, fewer cables
    looks good


    OK, Thanks for the advice. I might get Corsair Vengeance Black memory instead.

    The M.2 SSD is the same price but are they faster? Also are they as easy to setup?

    Thanks
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  3. liambanfield3 said:
    R_1 said:
    need faster RAM for Ryzen. 3000 is the sweet spot IMHO.
    the evo is available in an m.2 form factor, fewer cables
    looks good


    OK, Thanks for the advice. I might get Corsair Vengeance Black memory instead.

    The M.2 SSD is the same price but are they faster? Also are they as easy to setup?

    Thanks


    no faster, it is still a SATA rated drive, but there will be 2 fewer cables to run.
    plug it in, insert the set screw.
    power on.
    you will need to check the motherboard manual for any board specific settings.
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  4. R_1 said:
    liambanfield3 said:
    R_1 said:
    need faster RAM for Ryzen. 3000 is the sweet spot IMHO.
    the evo is available in an m.2 form factor, fewer cables
    looks good


    OK, Thanks for the advice. I might get Corsair Vengeance Black memory instead.

    The M.2 SSD is the same price but are they faster? Also are they as easy to setup?

    Thanks


    no faster, it is still a SATA rated drive, but there will be 2 fewer cables to run.
    plug it in, insert the set screw.
    power on.
    you will need to check the motherboard manual for any board specific settings.


    OK thanks
    Reply to liambanfield3
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