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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-09-2020, 10:44 AM - Thread Starter
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Time for another build

Im building a new pc for office use, what do you think?

the heaviest tasks ill be doing on this pc are:
1) moving thousands of small files from disk to disk
2) having 3 browsers open at the same time with 20 tabs opened in each browser

while doing the above i will use skype for chatting, MS OFFICE apps, Adobe Illustrator (sometimes) and other lightweight apps

for a GPU I have my old sapphire 7870 flex, barely used.

what do you think? anything else i could change?

thanks
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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-09-2020, 11:00 AM
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An X570 motherboard is complete overkill for the workload and use case you have in mind and a B450 or X470 motherboard would be far cheaper
And the SSD you picked is only faster on paper out in the real world its not going to be any faster so save some money and go with a Corsair MP510 or a PNY XLR8 CS3030 instead

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Quite honestly, I'd just grab a 3400G.

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Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
An X570 motherboard is complete overkill for the workload and use case you have in mind and a B450 or X470 motherboard would be far cheaper
And the SSD you picked is only faster on paper out in the real world its not going to be any faster so save some money and go with a Corsair MP510 or a PNY XLR8 CS3030 instead
could not find any motherboard that supports 4th gen pcie to support the mp600
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Hi,
Everything looks fine except maybe memory wise 3200C14 would be much better.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Everything looks fine except maybe memory wise 3200C14 would be much better.
cant find any on amazon in stock. is there a big difference compared to the c16?
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Hi,
Yes
Difference between barely doing rated speed and doing close to 4k frequency
https://benzhaomin.github.io/bdiefinder/

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could not find any motherboard that supports 4th gen pcie to support the mp600
There is no difference between a gen 3 and a gen 4 drive other than in synthetic benchmarks so its a waste of money for your use case and so is an X570 motherboard
Its only faster on paper or for editing

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To be honest for your given workloads probably not worth the difference between CL14 and CL16. And as said the 570 and the mp600 are overkill. I am running a Silicon Power NVME https://amzn.to/2OH874H in an X470 and benchmarked reads at nearly 3500MB/s

I do a decent amount of gaming and I sat down next to someone with a brand new laptop and HDD and he started a game, we waited and then I laughed and said watch this, I rebooted my computer, started the game launcher and then the game and was still loaded faster than his was. The PCIe Gen 4 is overkill for everything today except a very select few NVME drives and even then the bump isn't that much in real workloads.

It's your choice if you want to spend that much more but what you will gain is minimal and be achieved at a price premium, honestly I would take the difference and stick it into doubling the RAM and setting up a RAM drive for the temp files and such to sit instead of swapping them to the SSD. You will wear the SSD slightly less and not have read/write cycles while working on stuff.
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To be honest for your given workloads probably not worth the difference between CL14 and CL16. And as said the 570 and the mp600 are overkill. I am running a Silicon Power NVME https://amzn.to/2OH874H in an X470 and benchmarked reads at nearly 3500MB/s

I do a decent amount of gaming and I sat down next to someone with a brand new laptop and HDD and he started a game, we waited and then I laughed and said watch this, I rebooted my computer, started the game launcher and then the game and was still loaded faster than his was. The PCIe Gen 4 is overkill for everything today except a very select few NVME drives and even then the bump isn't that much in real workloads.

It's your choice if you want to spend that much more but what you will gain is minimal and be achieved at a price premium, honestly I would take the difference and stick it into doubling the RAM and setting up a RAM drive for the temp files and such to sit instead of swapping them to the SSD. You will wear the SSD slightly less and not have read/write cycles while working on stuff.
the 970 plus evo pcie 4.0 is just 15euro cheaper..shouldnt i just get the better disk in paper since the price different is so small?

also why shouldnt i have a motherboard with pcie 4.0 since its the new technology? I just dont get why i should invest in a new pc and get "old" technology

if i change motherboard and ssd i will save maximum 100euro. I dont mind paying 100euro exta and get better components.
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