First Gaming PC

Sooo right now I have an old pc that can barely run CS: GO on low settings. I was planning on putting together my first gaming pc. I chose to buy parts from Amazon because I have prime and it would be faster. I have a budget of around 1100$ CAD. So I put together this thing.
I would like to hear some feedback about my choices and please feel free to tell me if anything is wrong.
Here is the list of parts:

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My choice is to skip RGP LED products for cheaper no LED.
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That's because

Your too old and have forgotten how to build and have your priorities backward.

Top priority get the bling to function.
Secondary is to get the machine to game.

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Oh right. I forgot to pimp out my stuff before I make it faster. My priorities need to change.

Thank you Obiwan.

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Your welcome

For some gamers it must look pretty.
That's at the top of their list.
Perf is somewhere further down the list.

Build them a machine that looks drab but has great gaming perf and they will reject it.
So get your priorities straight.

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Thanks again.

"Oh my that's a lovely parachute. I pick you!"

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Look into the 6GB model of that gpu.

Did you plan on storing your games on that ssd?
That's not going to work very well.
Look into a 1TB hdd for bulk storage.
Use the ssd for the OS and apps.

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