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Discussion in 'PC Components / Configurations' started by joshiks7, Nov 30, 2018.

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    AMD Ryzen 5 2400G-12,000
    MSI B450-A PRO-9,200
    ADATA 8GB DDR4 RGB AX4U320038G16-SRS-6,800
    SAMSUNG 860 EVO 2.5″ 250GB SATA SSD MZ-76E250BW-4,300(OnlySSD.com)
    CORSAIR CX450-3,600
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    Ryzen 5 2400 is better and D link Wifi adapter are available for 300/- so there is no point in going for 12k mobo for your case and I have selected SSD because its way faster than HDD and is silent





     
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    There is also no point then in going for a 2400G as this pc is for clinic use & not gaming. At least the 12k mobo has better(in fact best) VRMs under 15k so it should help in longevity plus it has AC wifi(not the usual N) which will not cost less than 1-1.5k if bought separately as usb AC wifi adapter.Same is the case with RGB ram,no point getting it for a clinic pc.
     
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    I have decided to go ahead with Ryzen 3 2200G . While reading about MoBo I came across MSI B 450 Tomhawk - its said to be mid range MoBo and good VFM, Is it so? Kindly suggest MoBo -I am bit confused.

    Just a thought - Now I am thinking of shifting old desktop from home to clinic . Old version is core intel i3 540/3.06 GHZ AND Gigabyte GA S55M-S2 based. It has 8gb RAM and windows 7, 64 bit . It will be sufficient for my basic work.
    Shall place new unit at home. Will ryzen 3 2200 G will be okay for casual gaming ? No plan to add graphics card.
    Sorry for too many queries.
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    I have 2200G at home. If you do not insist on playing 2017-18 titles at 1080p, it is enough for casual gaming.

    In this case both RAM speed and dual-channel setup is important. Get the fastest RAM available/affordable in 2x configuration (say 4 GB x 2 sticks rather than 8 GB single stick unless you plan to add another equal stick later which might be its own headache). I had initially set up on 3000 MHz 8 GB single stick but added another similar unit after 3 weeks. Frame rates decidedly improved by 5 - 10. Experience of playing significantly improved.
     
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    Thank u sir. Surprisingly Corsair 4gb RAM stick is NOT listed on prime abgb web. Whether to opt for 2400 MHz or 3000MHz (4Gb *2 sticks)?
     
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    I bought ADATA 3000 8 GB x 2.
    From MDComputers.
     
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    Thx. What about MoBo?
    Any info on MSI B450 Tamhawk plz?
    Regards
     
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    The difference in price is not much & 450 carbon ac comes with built-in AC wifi+better VRMs, still your choice.

    You can get two of these:
    Buy Online | HyperX FURY Series 4GB 2400MHz DDR4 Memory HX424C15FB/4 | Price in India
    4gb 3000mhz ram are not available online on primeabgb,mdcomputers,vedantcomputers,theitdepot,deltapage.com(at least I haven't seen them).
     
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    If he has budget for it then why not OP previously mentioned something about future proof, 2400G is not exactly a future proof CPU but Intel overpricing their CPU makes this a better buy.
    Lets add 1k for wifi still he will save 2k on motherboard
    I suggested a RGB RAM because I am unable to find any higher clocked non RGB RAM and higher clocked RAMs are better for APUs
     
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    My suggestion get your old PC to clinic and use new one in home
     
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    Sincere apology. Initially I was thinking in terms of new PC for my OPD. But while reading thread I realized its better to go ahead with new set up at home. So initially I kept budget bit low. I need future proof system. I won't be upgrading it soon. I will be using recently bought 22 inch Dell monitor (FHD) as of now . So I will save that money which will be used for MoBo and processor. I shall purchase new monitor 6 months later. This is the middle way
     
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    In that respect going for better CPU is recommended. I feel it would be easier to add more RAM than change CPU altogether later.

    So go for 2400G if possible (may be 10% better than 2200G).

    If budget will be the constraint buy a single stick of 8 GB RAM now and buy one more later. With Win 10 more RAM is definitely better more so because you would also be using some of that for video until you get a discrete graphics card.

    This was the RAM I bought. ADATA AX4U300038G16-SRS Desktop Ram XPG SPECTRIX D40 Series - 8GB (8GBx1) DDR4 3000MHz RGB
     
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    As a curiosity, which is future proof MoBo and AMD processor if some one doesnot want to upgarde for at least 5 to 6 yrs?
     
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    Saving 2k in a 50k build does not make sense.Similarly getting a single 8gb 3000/3200mhz ram is not much better than getting 2*4gb 2400mhz ram(might even be better than a single 3000mhz stick as dual channel doubles the available ram bandwidth).

    There is no such thing as "future proof",it all depends on your usage.If you want to get the new system for home then better start a new thread.
     
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    The single 8 GB stick is suggested so that a second similar one can be added later to complete dual channnel setup.
     
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    Well if you are reusing monitor then get this

    AMD Ryzen 5 1600-11,000 (Currently on offer in mdcomputer)
    ASROCK B450 PRO4-8,800
    CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX 8GB DDR4 RAM-5,500
    ADATA Ultimate SU650 480GB SSD ASU650SS-480GT-R-5,200
    (OnlySSD.com)
    ASUS GTX 1050 TI 4GB GDDR5 Phoenix-12,000
    CORSAIR CX450-3,600
    Corsair SPEC-ALPHA Black-Silver-4,700
    Total:-50k


    This system is much better than APU based system
     
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    And what if that is not required,16gb is for some serious gaming or serious productivity usages & neither of them are required by @op.Instead of spending extra money on something which may or may not happen in future,it is better to spend on something which can be used right away.
     
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    Thank u sir. My 2 SSD's from USA are on way to India next week. (1 tb and 500GB). Almost 40% cheaper than what we get here. But no warranty
     

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