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Black_Citadel

The preferred combination for CPU + motherboard?

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I have a 1TB SSD (3.5 / 3.0gbps) NVMe, 700W Platinum +, and a 32GB kit -3200. I need to team them with a processor + board.

Relevant combinations I found:

  • Ryzen 5 3600 + Wraith Prism + GIGABYTE B450M H (Price: 886 NIS)
  • Ryzen 7 3700X + Wraith Prism + GIGABYTE B450M H (Price: 1336 NIS)
  • i7-10700F + Stock Cooler + GIGABYTE B460M D2V (Price: 1565 NIS)
  • i9-9900 (non-K) + PRIME Z390M-PLUS + L12S (Price: 1570 NIS. Processor at 50% from Intel, I added cooling because I realized the stock is weak. If the stock is actually enough (the processor is not K), then it comes out 1370)

Looking for the minimum specifications that can meet the tasks without burping and without slowing down the user rule, Let everything open and load quickly. The uses are ongoing management of the business - working simultaneously on 20 web pages and Excel documents, editing huge text files, PHP and JS, here and there editing photos in GIMP / Krita, here and there Python and Java. I know the majority here is it (So ​​I put 32), but regarding the CPU I am at a loss.

Thank you ❤️

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I would choose

  • Ryzen 7 3700X + Wraith Prism + GIGABYTE B450M H (Price: 1365 NIS

Because the cache is larger in the processor than Intel

In general it helps him to overcome Software

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Why do you need so much memory?

It is better to upgrade to something better

I planned on 16, until someone wrote to me:

Everything in your day takes massive amounts of . Gazillion tabs? . Massive txt files? . Lots of images, PHP files, heavy browser usage? . 16Gb isn't going to cut it. I'd be looking at 32Gb-64Gb. That's what I'm thinking. 16Gb is recommended size for average gaming, where 1 game and maybe a few apps are running simultaneously and soaking up 6Gb-13Gb on average heavy use.

wrong? Anyway the 32 have already been booked :)

What's wrong with this board? I thought this processor was not demanding in terms of voltage. And which customer were you an alternate?

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16GB is enough. It is always possible to upgrade in the future if buying With 4 slots .

What kit did you buy exactly and how much did it cost?

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What's wrong with this board? I thought this processor was not demanding in terms of voltage. And which customer were you an alternate?

Comes with only 2 memory slots instead of 4 and has no ribs .

Substitute for this:

Gigabyte B550M DS3H

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16GB is enough. It is always possible to upgrade in the future if buying Motherboard With 4 slots זיכרון.

What kit did you buy exactly and how much did it cost?

Comes with only 2 memory slots instead of 4 and has no ribs Cooling.

Substitute for this:

Gigabyte B550M DS3H

Ribs What?

Do not need 4. There are already 32 :

Silicon Power 32GB (2 x 16GB) --3200MHz
Send me from abroad
Along with Sabrent Rocket 1TB 3x4 3.5 / 3.0 (so I will not use PCI4.0)
PS No overclocking planned

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Ribs Cooling What?

On the transistors of the voltage stabilization system.

If you stay on this motherboard then make sure you have proper airflow, a front fan that lets in air and a rear fan that takes out air.

And you may also want to remove the back panel of the motherboard to improve airflow

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On the transistors of the voltage stabilization system.

If you stay on this motherboard then make sure you have proper airflow, a front fan that lets in air and a rear fan that takes out air.

And you may also want to remove the back panel of the motherboard to improve airflow

Thank you.

Which minimal motherboard will solve the matter - the B450M GAMING Suppose?

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Where do you buy the motherboard from?

It is very important to know which BIOS version the motherboard comes with, 3000 series processors are only supported after the BIOS update in the 4XX chipset

If you are buying from the country, you can ask the store to update Bios.

* The GIGABYTE B450M H board comes from the factory with support

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