im not shure if this is a good build please help


CPU: (1) AMD Ryzen 9 7950X Raphael AM5 4.5GHz 16-Core Boxed Processor - Heatsink Not Included ($699.98 EACH)

Motherboard: (1) ASUS X670E-E ROG Strix Gaming WiFi AMD AM5 ATX Motherboard ($499.99 EACH)

RAM: (1) Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR5-5200 PC5-41600 CL40 Dual Channel Desktop Memory Kit MT32GX5M2B5200C - Black ($194.99 EACH)

Case: (1) Corsair 5000D Airflow Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Computer Case - White ($174.99 EACH)

Power Supply: (1) Seasonic USA FOCUS GX-850, 850W 80+ Gold, Full-Modular, Fan Control in Fanless, Silent, and Cooling Mode, 10 Year Warranty, Perfect Power Supply for Gaming and Various Application, SSR-850FX. ($159.99 EACH)

Video Card: (1) Zotac NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Trinity LHR Overclocked Triple-Fan 10GB GDDR6X PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card ($749.99 EACH)

M.2 / NVMe SSD: (1) Inland QN322 1TB SSD NVMe PCIe Gen 3.0x4 M.2 2280 3D NAND QLC Internal Solid State Drive ($49.99 EACH)

M.2 / NVMe SSD: (1) Samsung 970 EVO Plus SSD 1TB M.2 NVMe Interface PCIe 3.0 x4 Internal Solid State Drive with V-NAND 3 bit MLC Technology (MZ-V7S1T0B/AM) ($99.99 EACH)

Heatsink: (1) Noctua NH-L9a-AM4 Low Profile CPU Cooler ($56.99 EACH)

Operating System: (1) Microsoft Windows 11 Home 64-Bit FPP USB - English ($139.99 EACH)

Keyboard: (1) Redragon K582 SURARA RGB LED Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with104 Keys-Linear and Quiet - Outemu Red Switches ($39.99 EACH)

Mouse: (1) Razer Basilisk V3 Ergonomic Wired Gaming Mouse ($69.99 EACH)

Mouse Pads: (1) MAINGEAR ASSIST XL Gaming Mouse Pad - Stealth ($14.99 EACH)

Monitors: (1) ASUS VP248QG 24" Full HD (1920 x 1080) 75Hz LED Monitor ($119.99 EACH)

Case Fans: (1) Lian Li UNI Fan SL Infinity Fluid Dynamic Bearing 120mm Case Fan - 3 Pack White ($109.99 EACH)


  • Yingdong

    Really good, really spendy, love it. Just 3 major issues:

    1) Your M.2 ssd1 is utilizing cheap qlc nand flash, we typically avoid qlc drives as they have a much lower life expectancy, and tend to crash and cause problems. There are 4 types of flashes, performance and reliability gradually deteriorate as slc(only seem in some legacy drives)>mlc(samsung 970 pro)>tlc(the most common flashes on the market)>qlc(most cheap and most unreliable). Your m.2 ssd2 970 evo plus is an example of fast and good drive utilizing tlc flash. If you are looking for a fast drive, you can take a look at Samsung 980 pro. If you want the bang of the buck, check out Microcenter's Inland Premium tlc drive.

    2) This lower profile Noctua cooler is not going to handle the massive heat generated by 7950x rated at 170w. You want at least a dual tower air cooler, or straight forward 240/360mm AIO.

    3) With these top spec hardwares like 7950x and 3080, are you sure that you are only going to get 1080p 75hz monitor? This build should be able to handle 4k gaming with no issues.


    This is a adjusted build for you:

    I personally think this is over expensive, but it is your your pc.

  • magarity
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    A low profile cooler for a 7950X in a Corsair 5000 case? Yingdong is right, this is a poor choice. And the 5000D has plenty of space. handily fits an AIO cooler either 240 or 360. Bit tower air coolers are also easy to fit.

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