Don't bother with building a new PC with that budget especially if you're in Canada, your best bet is used parts on Reddit/RFD/Kijiji/Craigslist.
If their pricing is lower than Corsair's and Silverstone's I would pull a trigger on these.
I'll buy all of it except the case, and the GPU, I've got paypal.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Look at the one I put in the parts list.
1C degree off, and it's 11 cents cheaper lol.
Do you have a comparison to back it up?
The RAM is justified since Ryzen benefit alot on faster RAM, the 212 EVO is a way better cooling solution when the 1400 is overclocked, I agree with 4GB VRAM, *better quality PSU much more expensive tho.
Yes everything will work out fine in this case. For $3 you get a mechanical keyboard that has a better response, feels more satisfying to click, longer click lifespan, better keycaps, and better overall build.
$26 more but you get more RAM + a quieter CPU cooler, and mechanical keyboard.
Here's a super budget one EVGA 550W modular blacked out cables: http://www.outletpc.com/zt3521-evga-100n10550l1-550w-atx12v-eps12v-power-supply.html?utm_source=zt3521-evga-100n10550l1-550w-atx12v-eps12v-power-supply&utm_medium=shopping%2Bengine&utm_campaign=pcpartpicker&utm_content=EVGA%2B-%2BPower%20Supplies%20%3E%20ATX%20Power%20Supply
OFC mainstream CXM 450W: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B72VXE6/?tag=pcpapi-20
Black and White themed, cheaper in price.
Whoops, I meant G4560
I tried $606
If you're in the U.S.
Super Budget PSU $22.99 EVGA Rebate: http://www.outletpc.com/zt3521-evga-100n10550l1-550w-atx12v-eps12v-power-supply.html?utm_source=zt3521-evga-100n10550l1-550w-atx12v-eps12v-power-supply&utm_medium=shopping%2Bengine&utm_campaign=pcpartpicker&utm_content=EVGA%2B-%2BPower%20Supplies%20%3E%20ATX%20Power%20Supply
Budget PSU $39.99 Corsair Rebate: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139147&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-PCPartPicker,%20LLC-_-na-_-na-_-na&cm_sp=&AID=10446076&PID=3938566&SID=
I'm not gonna lie the pre-built deal is pretty good, but here's an option:
If you're not overclocking just take off the CPU Cooler, If you want a full blackout build replace the MOBO for a MSI-SLI Plus or some black motherboard, everything in this build is black so it's very neutral.
No need for a cooler, CPU-MOBO updated, and also PSU updated.
Honestly just stick with 1 stick of RAM and upgrade it later down the line. I think the performance now maybe a little better but I don't think it's better than buying another set of RAM especially with the prices.
Plenty of power even when overclocked.
Really melting or burning something really? That's some heavy claims.
Both 1400 and the 7500 have the same TDP (Thermal Design Power) meaning in temperatures both are going to be somewhat similar, but AMD seems to run cooler because of better stock heatsink and lesser CPU utilization. For 1400 vs 7500 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zafqn5i7-cw&t=205s BTW the electric bill thing is so old, the new AMD CPUs has been running cooler and more power efficient. If you're not so sure about AMD CPUs you can watch a bunch of reviews and decide from there if not go with the 7500.
AMD CPU because it's overclockable, price/performance, and the upgrade path is better. 16GB RAM because games are starting to take more than more than 8GB ram and when you have 10 tabs of google chrome you will notice the lag. 650W PSU because you mentioned Crossfire in your description as a better route, so if you wanna slap another 580 in there you won't need another PSU.
That RX 580 won't even come close to that 144hz when running triple A games, unless he's a competitive CS:GO player.
Crossfire Ready, BW Color Scheme, Cheaper price, better SSD.
My build has a better GPU, and more RAM. You can edit the rest I guess.
Get Corsair LPX memory if you're worried, the dominator lineup is taller and bulkier.
Save your money and keep the ddr3, the Intel 4XXX/5XXX chips are comparable to the 7XXX in gaming (like 5 fps difference), especially when RAM prices are ridiculous.
If you want a smaller case and mroe room for your desk get a Node 202.
Why do you need $2000 for playing league lol? A $400 gaming can run league no different than a $2000 PC.
$752 dang... so close
Easy Fix, swap the motherboard for a white one lol. The GPU's LED light can be changed to white, and the ram sticks aswell.
If you want me to make it cheaper, I'll make it more realistic.
The price point I'm not bothered as long as the upgrades are reasonable, like a Titan Xp/1080 Ti upgrade from a 1070 I would say is a more subjective upgrade.
The HDD I think I'll keep but getting an M.2 will be a solid upgrade, I forgot AM4 Itx will have that slot, hopefully two.
The RAM idk if 32GBs will be reasonable maybe when prices drops, or maybe when I decide to play, encode, and render.
True but then it won't deserve "Pinnacle" cause 1800x is at the top lol.
Z97 Option : https://pcpartpicker.com/product/BLW9TW/asrock-motherboard-z97anniversary
Budget Option : https://pcpartpicker.com/product/3mPzK8/asrock-motherboard-h97anniversary
TLDR: motherboards does not affect any work/game performance, they only differ in price due to various features in the board. I posted the Z97 option if you were to overclock and the budget if you just need something to work ASAP and dont have the $$ to blow at the moment.
You do know you'd have to compromise the integrity of the chasis framework to fit the tubing right? BTW he was using a slimmer 120MM compared the h80i v2's rad thickness. If I were you either get a bigger case or go with the only best aircooling solutio: Scythe Big Shuriken Rev B.2