This honestly looks like a hand-me down build.
OK. But why LED fans and RAM on the first build?
This site already has a build with the RX 580 and R5 2600.
The 1TB comes in handy since most games that aren't indie titles are huge (50+ GB).
You can save some money with a non-modular PSU but the extra cables will be harder to build with if you're a first-timer.
Brand new mobos come with SATA cables.
Going for that best kid award.
The CPU is overclockable with that b450 mobo.
The GPU is overclockable through MSI Afterburner.
There's probably that. I'm guessing some people gravitate to Ryzen for their unlocked 4-core CPU needs.
Looks like a Pharaoh's tomb.
The filter didn't sort by brand name. You should try a Kingston or SanDisk drive if you're worried.
The 2200G is the cheapest Ryzen on PCPP.
"why not a old i5"
Because we don't use out-dated parts for build guides.
A 2TB HDD is 130 Euros where you live?
Please do research and get the compatible memory for the cpu + mobo. Best case scenario is the memory will under-clock itself; worse case is it might not work.
The 2400G will still work but don't expect 1050ti performance.
1) The Intel CPU cooler comes with thermal paste pre-applied but if you want your own people normally use ARCTIC brand thermal paste.
2) Cases don't come with CPU coolers. The Pentium comes with a CPU cooler and the case comes with two pre-installed case fans.
3) You can try to get a i3 8100 instead of the Pentium.
It's probably out of stock.
Good substitutes are the g5500, g5600 or the i3 8100.
Oh yeah. Those games are easy to run.
What's with that clock speed?
Is this a new PCPP meme?
There are good build guides on YouTube. Search Paul's Hardware pc build and his video should come up.
Nice build but spent a little too much on the ram and mobo. The savings could've gone to a GTX 1050 which performs better for Fortnite.
He was just using CS:GO as his system benchmark.
Do you really need 42TB for 4k streaming?
135 quid GTX 1060. Good riddance to mining.
You may have to check stores in your area for stock.
Right now PCPP says the g5500 and g5600 are also in stock. You can also get the i3 8100 if you have the money.
God bless sub $200 RX580s
Yes you can use an i3-8100 instead of the g5400
I'd get 16 gigs. I've seen Shadow of the Tomb Raider go past the 8 gigs point. Yes, the dedicated GPU helps since it frees up more RAM for system use.
How are the prices for the RX 570 in your area? I would recommend looking at that.
If you have the budget for the i5 you can try this build: https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/cTTwrH/modest-intel-gaming-build
It'll run those games perfectly.
Nice catch. I saw the pairing and was rather confused.
Yes you can.
Give in to the new budget lord and saviour: the RX 570
The price is temporarily missing due to being unavailable at the registered suppliers.
This motherboard supports up to the i7 8700.
The i5 8600 is actually a sub $300 CPU. I don't know why SuperBiiz is selling it for $325.
You beat me to it.
Added some games.
No problem. I'll update when I get home.
Video editor's curse. Need storage to live.
There's a Ryzen equivalent already available.
Modular PSUs were only added to help with the cable management.
The motherboard currently listed supports 64GB total in RAM which means 16GB per slot. Therefore it will run with the 8gb and the 2nd stick later.
Those GTX 1060s are expensive though.
Why the Antec 80+ PSU instead of a 80+ Bronze from a better retailer?
The GTX1050ti out-performs the Vega 11 gpu of the 2400G but what were you planning to use your computer for?
The motherboard has 4 RAM slots and supports all Gen 8 Coffee Lake CPUs.
No need to go back to a dead generation. Coffee Lake will give the user access to 6 core i5 and i7 in the future.
The Pentium G5400 performs around the same as the i3 4170.
As for assembly, Paul's hardware on Youtube has a good video.
As for wires, the motherboard should come with the SATA cable for the Hard drive and have enough fan headers for the case fan.
Nice build but how much did you actually pay for the g4520?
They probably just turned up the A/C. Problem solved :)
You'll still to buy an OS.