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The plan is to wait for both RTX 3080 to become available and the Zen 3 cores to be launched. The build is meant to last for quite a long time (5 years minimum), so I've gone bit premium on some of the parts, but I feel like I've kept it at a good balance (not going totally overboard). I'm looking for improvement/alternative part suggestions and ideas. I feel like I have researched my choices quite decently, but I'm still very inexperienced compared to a lot of people here. All constructive criticism/advice is appreciated!
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|CPU Cooler||Noctua NH-D15 CHROMAX.BLACK 82.52 CFM CPU Cooler||€99.90 @ Jimm's|
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|Memory||G.Skill Ripjaws V 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3600 CL16 Memory||€154.43|
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|Storage||Seagate EXOS Enterprise 8 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive||€218.57|
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|Case||Fractal Design Define 7 Light ATX Mid Tower Case||€167.21|
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|Monitor||Dell S2721DGF 27.0" 2560x1440 165 Hz Monitor||€499.90|
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CPU = The plan is to wait for Zen3 CPUs. Most likely going for the Zen3 equivalent of the 3700X. If the gains are minimal or the pricing increased by a lot, might also consider going for cheaper Zen3 or just getting the 3700X, but that is very unlikely.
CPU Cooler = I've had that Noctua NH-D14 in the past, and I've been very happy with it. This time I'm going for a case with a window, and I really don't like the usual Noctua colors. So I'm very happy to upgrade to the NH-D15 Chromax Black version. I've considered AIO options as well, but I feel like that risk (even if it is very small) that comes with them is not worth it for me.
Motherboard = This is a part that I've done some research on, but I'm sure there are many things I don't know in general about motherboards (there are so many different features). I've decided to go with a X570 motherboard. This one has gotten great reviews, but the biggest thing for me currently is that I'm possibly getting this cheaper from a close friend. He has had it only for a few months, but is planning (not 100% yet though) to change into a smaller build. So if I get it cheaper from him I will 100% get this one. If he decides not to change his setup, I might consider some other options, but this is still to my knowledge a great motherboard even at normal price.
Memory = I know 32GB is bit excessive, but this is mainly for future-proofing and it would feel weird getting only 16GB when the rest of the parts are already decently expensive. Here I've ruled out CL16 3200MHz, which seems to be the most common, as I feel like my budget allows me to go bit better. The Ripjaws V 2 X 16GB CL16 3600MHz has been the easily the least expensive option at that range by like 20 euros at least. I've looked bit into RAM overclocking and it looks daunting but also doable if I just properly learn it. So I've also considered some B-Die RAM that are better for overclocking AFAIK. CL14 3200MHz B-Die (200.57€) and CL16 3600MHz B-Die (243.60€) are my cheapest options there. Currently I feel like the CL14 3200MHz one probably won't be that much better than the Ripjaws after overclocking and the CL16 3600MHz B-die seems to have a very big premium to pay, especially considering that 3600MHz is the sweet spot for current Ryzen CPUs, at least to my knowledge. My main concern is what will be the best option going forward for Zen3 CPUs? Is there any way to know or do I need to just wait?
SSD = What will be on the SSD is Windows and mainly games and possibly some other important software. I have an old 256GB Samsung Evo SSD, which has been great and I know Samsung's SSD has a great reputation, but I do not see a reason to pay big premium to get their SSD, I feel like they are great quality ofc, but very overpriced, so I ruled them out. NVMe SSD is very cheap, so it's a no-brainer to go for that. 1TB is minimum and most likely size, bit tempted to go for 2TB, but it's probably overkill. Very fast my main options became Kingston A2000 or A-Data XPG SX8200 Pro. Both have great reviews and are the best priced options compared to their alternatives. XPG is about 30€ more expensive (110€ vs 140€), but has 3350MBps/2800MBps (read/write) speeds compared to 2200MBps/2000MBps (read/write) that the A2000 has. I know both are very fast and most likely I won't notice the difference, but I feel like when I'm already this committed to a pretty high quality build, I'm fine with spending bit more. I also admit that sometimes I just like it when the numbers are bit bigger :P
HDD = Main uses for HDD will be storing videos/photos/films/series/music in the highest quality possible. I hate having to delete old downloaded movies/series etc. as I often like to rewatch stuff and some stuff can be hard to find years later. I might also need the HDD for some computer science related things during school/possible projects etc. For capacity I'm going for either 6TB or 8TB. Like earlier, I feel like not going for the cheapest option when I'm already spending quite a bit of money and the ultimate goal is to be decently future-proof, so I set my goals at 7200rpm and 256MB cache. For the 8TB size, the Seagate EXOS Enterprise has been the clearest choice, great specs for the best price. I feel like 8TB 7200rpm 256MB cache HDD for 218.57€ is a pretty good price.
GPU = For this I might still wait for AMD's GPU before buying, but most likely not. For this the model is so far very obvious for me, Asus RTX 3080 TUF GAMING OC has gotten some great reviews and is one of the cheapest options where I live.
Case = My old case is Fractal Design Define R4. It's been a good case for me and I considered staying with it, but decided to upgrade to a new case as I kind of just want to upgrade my whole setup. From what I've seen, the new Define 7 has gotten great reviews. It has a lot of room which I like, the build quality is very good, it also just has a lot of other features that I feel like are good to have even if I might not end up using them (A lot of HDD capacity possibilities, optical drive). I know the case is pricey and the thermals aren't best, mainly due to the door, but I'm fine with that. From what I know the case should be really quiet and if temps are getting too high under a great load, just opening the door can help there. The case comes with 3 case fans and I feel like that should be fine, but maybe I'll need to add more?
PSU = This is one part where I'm bit unsure. I know that 750W would already be plenty, but at this point 850W is not that much better, and when the setup already costs over 2k, I feel like its fine to get a 850W PSU. So for me the target for the PSU is 850W+ and fully modular. This part I'm the most open to change probably, this Fractal PSU has gotten some good reviews, it should be very quiet and the cables should be better (at least more flexible) than normal cables. I also like the design. The warranty is 10 years which is same as Corsair, which has been the other brand I've looked at most in PSUs. Corsair RM850 is 25 euros cheaper and the RM850x is 5 euros cheaper, would those be better option in PSUs or is there some other good option?
Monitor = The minimum goals for the monitor are 1440p, 144hz+, IPS and non-curved. Other than that, more Hz is always nice. Mostly what is important after that is build quality and different settings/features, good colors, good contrast/black (at least the best it can be compared to other similar IPS models), panel quality. Ofc also the less issues/potential flaws the monitor has, the better. I'm still waiting on for quite a lot of reviews, but my 3 main options atm are the Dell S2721DGF, ASUS VG27AQL1a and LG 27GL850. The Dell and LG have the same panel, but I've so far been most impressed by the Dell, going by reviews and user experience. For the Asus, I'm still waiting for reviews.
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Looking at PC World’s August 2019 review of the Sapphire RX 5700 Pulse by Brad Chacos, the Sapphire RX 5700 Pulse was 2.5% faster than Reference RX 5700 in 7 games at 1440p (The Division 2 0%, Far Cry New Dawn 0%, Strange Brigade +5.2%, Shadow of the Tomb Raider +1.5%, Ghost Recon Wildlands 0.4%, F1 2019 +5.8% and GTA V +4.7%).
Turning to my retesting with Adrenalin 2020 20.2.1; these are the full game benchmark runs, which can take up to 6 minutes per run, like Red Dead Redemption II. This does mean testing each GPU takes around 5 hours to do 69 runs (3 runs per game). In terms of benchmarking methodology, official game benchmark suites are only used and the game’s own FPS counting software is used for the reported result. Powerlimits are defaults and no form of overclocking is tested.
2560x1440p 23 Game Averages are:
Sapphire RX 5700 Pulse = 100%
Reference (Blower) RX 5700XT = 110.7%
Screenshot of 23 game results: https://imgur.com/a/VXcx8Gs
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Reference (Blower) RX 5700 = 100%
Reference (Blower) RX 5700XT = 113%
Later today the new RX 5600XT 6GB is launching today, but AMD is marketing the RX 5600XT 6GB as an ultimate 1080p gaming GPU, which seems fair enough as the you don’t need 8GBs of VRAM at 1080p. The new VBios for RX 5600XT is expected to put it very close to the RX 5700 8GB, even though direct comparisons may be awkward due to VRAM differences causing benchmarking needing to be done at less demanding graphical settings.
Additionally, the new Vbios for the RX 5600XT will need some recoding work to fully leverage the new clocks and powerlimit of the RX 5600XT, which may end up becoming another instance of “Fine Wine” over the next 12months.
Finally, people should be aware AMD launched the Radeon Pro W5700 in late November 2019 and it is pretty clear that the Radeon Division was expecting sales of RX 5700 8GB to decrease after the launch of RX 5600XT and any surplus GPU dies have been made be available for business customers in the form of a higher TDP (205watts) compute software certified GPU solution.
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