First gaming pc- Need advice!

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Manuel_KLG

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Hello everyone! So, in a month from now I will be building my very first gaming pc. I want my pc to run games at 1440p resolution 144hz. So here is the build:

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600x
GPU: 5700xt red devil
RAM: 16GB ddr4 g.skill trident Z 3600mhz
MOBO: B450 tomahawk max
PSU: 2 options here: a) Seasonic Focus Plus 550 gold (100$)
b) Be Quiet Straight Power 11 650w (100$)
CASE: Fractal Design Meshify C Dark TG
HDD: 2tb barracuda
SSD: Kingston A400 480GB
FANS: Corsair ll120 3pack
CPU COOLER: Arctic Freezer 34 eSports Duo

As a monitor I will be using the Samsung CJG50 , a curved 27'',1440p 144hz, 4ms response time

A) Is the build okay? Is there something I could change for a better value?
B) Will the pc run games like Witcher 3, Far Cry 5, RDR2, heavily modded skyrim, in 1440p, with decent fps?
C) Need your help on which PSU to choose. Many told me to go with the seasonic one because I dont need 650w for such a build and their Psus are top.

Thank you
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Rustys

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Is this dealing with the same thread that you have open here
 

Manuel_KLG

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Well on that thread I just want to know if I did the right choice to buy the 2600x instead of the more expensive 3600. Here I'm listing my whole build to see if I should change anything , which psu to choose etc.
Can't I have more than one threads opened at a time?
 

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No and for the following reason/s.

It not only wastes helpers time but can also lead to confusion as to who`s and what guidance you are following which in turn can lead to mishaps and potentially irreparable damage to your computer or purchasing incompatible components.

Continue at your first thread and someone will be with you asap, thank you for understanding.

This duplicate thread has been closed as per the above.
 
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