Thanks for answer. If it is noisy, I am no bother… but it must cool it! so… I am no consider any other cooling solution. So… Have a question… if I buy 16 GB with more mhz and after an half or more I buy another 16, it is better than now 32? because I am sure I need 32 but it is no necessary for now. I somewhere listened that RTX isnt support by blender… or Substance Painter… so? IDK in this case. Ehm, what is difference between GTX and RTX? The power supply is shot in the empty space… cause I really dont know what brand or type I can use. MOBO and CASE isnt chosen now. STORAGE: Ye, I am pretty sure, because I dont intend to store many things… just for work is enough. I am open to change every component, if your advices will fit to my maximum budget (1,5k USD)
cpu cooler you can buy later
fast memories are good only in games and only with lower capacity to 16gb, so even 2400mhz will be fine. in rendering it does not matter how fast it is.
I dont think buying rtx is worth its price. 1080 is enough
hard drive could be bigger, at least 1tb
Sry, but that is not true. Because of the way infinty fabric works in Ryzen CPU’s I myself could experience speedups from 5 to 15% when comparing 2300 MHz Ram to 3200. I have to admit, that these where very quick tests done yesterday and I have to investigate further over the weekend but there is improvement.
Anyway regarding RAM there is pretty much everything said beforehand. Let me just add, that you shouldn’t buy anything else than something with Samsung B-Die on it or else you will have a hard time to use them at any higher speed than 2300Mhz.
so as you showed, mhz in ram does not matter , the difference 3333mhz - 2133mhz is only 3.7 % so to speak.
Jiri Masak, dont be naive and dont buy the fastest and latest hardware.
Ostapblender, having so fast ram leads to buying better (more expensive) the rest of hardware to work in higher settings due to a couple percent of speed
If in doubt, you can always just get the speed the CPU is rated for. The Ryzen 2700X spec. sheet shows it is rated to work with RAM around 3 Ghz, so your mileage may vary if you get anything faster.
In addition, the GTX 1080 should still be a pretty good card if you can get one, if not only because of all of the reports of the “Space Invaders” issue on Turing cards and how you almost never hear of people having trouble with Pascal.
I’ve been looking at my first build with my pcpartpicker list close to what you have in your list. As my build is focused towards 3D printing, I’ve read that it’s possible to forgo the GPU. As this MSI B450 has a HDMI on the board, would a GPU be a nessesity for my build?
Hm, I only did a quick and dirty test and came to about 5%. I just got the new RAM this week and haven’t fully setup my machine yet . I will investigate further this week and document findings. It’s going to be tedious but interesting.
Technically yes, but keep in mind that rendering and overall experience won’t be as smooth as with dedicated GPU - onboard graphics would be barely able to keep up with what’s going on. If you have absolutely no opportunity to purchase GPU - then go for it. Otherwise it would be better to purchase at least GTX 1050-1060-1650-1660 ti, whatever your budget allows.