New Build for 1080p gaming

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  1. erm

    erm Master Guru

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    Hello everyone, since my pc has become old I would like to make a new one with 400-500 euros and I would have chosen these components:

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    I'm not very experienced so I ask you if the components are fine and they are all compatible with each other.
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    I already have a graphics card, it is a MSI Geforce GTX 1650 Super Ventus XS OC 4GB and also the hard disks, I will use those of the old pc, they are a crucial ssd and 2 mechanical disks WD, then I also have the power supply which is an OCZ Fatality 750W 80 Plus Bronze ...
    thank you all.
     
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  2. GarrettL

    GarrettL Master Guru

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    The parts you picked will work fine.

    How old is the power supply you are going to use? Don’t take a chance with new components and an older psu.
     
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    anticupidon Ancient Guru

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    as above, new hardware parts would like a nice PSU, for countless reasons.
    What GPU?
     
  4. erm

    erm Master Guru

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    the power supply is about 7-8 years old it seems to me...

    specs:

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    I would like to replace the corsair with these to give a touch of color more ... you say they are much worse or can they be fine?

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    thanks!
     

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    erm Master Guru

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  6. anticupidon

    anticupidon Ancient Guru

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    hmm, that PSU had a warranty of 5 years tops. And it is in use for more than that. I would get another one, just to be on the safe side. The RAm kit is good, top tier.
     
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    erm Master Guru

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    I have run out of my budget, actually I have exceeded my budget ... I will try my luck with what I have ...

    team group delta rgb ? is better than other corsair? and compatible at 100% with all components ?

    thank you very very much for the help !
     
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    RAM is RAM, you'll be surprised to find that not always big names offer the best value. I was surprised to learn about Team Group ram kits from Wendell from Level1, and boy, glad that I did.
     
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