Final build for Gaming PC- any feedback would be appreciated
I've been undecided as of lately on which PC Build I should go for and which parts would be the most ideal for the best performance.
I'm making this thread for self assurance that I've not picked the wrong parts OR that I have better options that I'm not aware of.
The main game I'm playing is CS:GO and although this PC seems a bit overkill for the game, I've read that it's really important to have a really high-end PC to get the maximum competitive edge over other players.
In a Competitive manner the Client-side: Movements, Shots, Spraying, Velocity Shifts are calculated first by the PC and then this information being sent to the Server ASAP, meaning if your PC is extremely fast and is calculating all the Engine Physics with dead accuracy and speed then you'll be favored by the Server in regard of 'who killed who first' and have a much smoother experience overall.
It's vary from network to network ofc', I'm trying to eliminate any disadvantage that I have.
Also soon, Asus is going to release the first 360Hz Monitor and the High FPS will definitely make this a really smooth experience.
You dont need an 850 watt for a system like that is overkill and there are better options than the RMx such as the Seasonic Focus Plus GX / Prime Ultra or the Fractal Design Ion+
The RMx is not bad but since its so focused on being quiet it tends to run very hot
Asus Strix cards by the way are way overpriced so you are getting ripped off and you get an MSI, Gigabyte or pretty much any other card just as good but way cheaper
Edit: and last step up to a Pro model of the Barracuda or get an Ironwolf Pro since they are faster (7200 RPM vs 5900) better and more durable / reliable and you get a longer warranty (5 years on the pro models) and even two years of free data recovery service
If it's a purely gaming PC, you will get more out of a 9900k kf or ks.
Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 Non XT Boost Core 2035 Gaming Ram 960 43c Air Water Hybrid Cardboard Blower with a 20$ chinese Waterblock on the core 50 gallon tote of water, Ryzen 3700x 4.25 ghz, 15$ chinese waterblock, same tote 3200 ddr3 cl16 Team T-FORCE VULCAN TUF , B450m Asrock Pro 4 Mobo, 700 Watt OCZ PSU.