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arittdtdtdtdt

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Ok so few weeks ago I decided I am gonna get myself a new pc. So I have decided on a few things but am in a little confusion!

CPU- AMD ryzen 3600x
GPU- rx 580
ram- 16 gb
Hard Disk- 500 gb and a 500g
an SSD - any ssd

Here is the problem i dont know which motherbhoard i should get!!
see i need a low budget motherboard within 150 dollars.
AND A PSU.


it would be amazing if someone could provide me with the model of the motherboard and the watt of the psu i need.


thankyou!!
 

crjdriver

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Your question is too vague. What is the intended use for the system ie render video, game, overclocking, what?
You list a very pw hungry video card. You are going to need a quality pw supply for that card. One of my personal systems uses a 580 and while it is a decent card, it uses quite a bit of pw.
 

arittdtdtdtdt

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Your question is too vague. What is the intended use for the system ie render video, game, overclocking, what?
You list a very pw hungry video card. You are going to need a quality pw supply for that card. One of my personal systems uses a 580 and while it is a decent card, it uses quite a bit of pw.
I am mainly gonna be playing games and streaming. And I might overclock. And thankyou for the replies.
 

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You might be able to get a decent board for $150 however do understand that you are going to have to spend close to that amount on a pw supply as well. Gaming and overclocking require a quality pw supply. In addition, parts are at a premium at the moment; this is especially true with motherboards and pw supplies. Here is what I came up with;
Motherboard: https://www.newegg.com/gigabyte-b550-aorus-pro-ac/p/N82E16813145216
Pw supply https://www.newegg.com/evga-supernova-750-ga-220-ga-0750-x1-750w/p/1HU-00J7-004V2
There is a 550W seasonic for $119 however that would be pretty marginal IF you intend on overclocking. If you run at stock speed [with a 580 video card] the 550W is just barely adequate.
 
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