7/7 AMD build

Hi all,

I am building a PC this year and I've decided to go for Ryzen CPU 3000-series with a Navi GPU. They both release within a few months.

The build I consider so far:
Meshify C, Asus X570, RMx1000,
G.Skill Trident Z 2x16gb 3200mhz 14CL,
970 Pro, 7 3700X, Navi mid/low tier gpu,
Noctua NH-D15 CPU cooler and 6 Noctua case fans.

I've picked the 1000W PSU to prevent the fans from running even under maximum load this system can do. I also decided on the Navi lower/mid tier GPUs as a temporary solution until the higher end Navi cards release next year. Going for the highest tier Asus X570 they release.

Any constructive feedback on this? I would like to improve the build if there is a better solution, but keep in mind I'm looking for a pure 7/7 AMD build.

Thank you in advance

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My bet
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Excuse me

Would you be so kind and remove your comment? I am seeking different input from independent sources unaffected by my "crossposts". Please understand.

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Actually this is to

Avoid duplication of effort. It's considered bad etiquette to cross post.

Even so I took time to read the other threads and add what I feel wasn't said.

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I'm looking for feedback from those who might not have seen the other posts. Obviously

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That would be folk duplicating effort.

And exactly why we don't crosspost without revealing we are doing that.

There's a lot of new folk on the Internet so they tend to learn this as they crosspost. On Reddit it's now linked so folk know.

PS. Some forums remove crossposts as SPAM. Here we try to avoid that but have removed widely crossposted posts as spam. I took the time to read the other discussions to find something I didn't see mentioned.

Post was last edited on May 8, 2019 11:51 AM PDT

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Discussion please

Please refrain from spamming other posts from other forums on my thread here. I am looking for a new audience with unrelated feedback to the other forums. On the other hand, the 1000W PSU allows for eliminating 1 fan in the system. If the system runs at max load 400W, that means the PSU is working at 40% and the fans won't kick in. If it is rated at 750W, the fans will kick in. It is a watt overkill but a trick to eliminate the fans.

Also I'm a loyal Noctua costumer so if you know of any fans with better performance and lower noise levels, feel free to provide sources (if you know how to copy-paste other things than links to my older posts lol).

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links to your other posting are good

without those links we could be wasting our time repeating what others said. those who try to help in this forum have limited time to help others. why should you hog all the help when the techs could be helping those who really need it. the more time wasted with you, who is already getting help in another forum, the fewer users can get support here. and that is why cross posting is frown upon.

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As noted.

The links to your other posts stand. For the reasons given by all.

Be aware that this is a good example of a post that is a cross post and could trigger a delete as spam but you have a good topic and I didn't find more than a few cross posts so just shy of the point where your post would be removed as spam.

It would be unfair to others to not know you have crossposted and where as you would take away time from other contributors that could be spent on others that are not getting help elsewhere.

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These things are not on the market yet.

When they do hit the market the review sites will put out some info.

Are you sure you want to build with new release parts?

What's a 7/7 build?

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Discussion please

They release within a few months time. We already know quite a bit. 7nm is AMD's new go-to. A 7/7 build is a GPU and CPU of 7nm technology.

I've had good experience with release builds before.

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What we know

At this point is specs on paper.

I want to see reviews/benchmarks/prices.

Then I can make a choice.

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When the product

Hits the market the independent reviews will come out.

Sit tight.

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I'm joyfully anticipating Grin

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