Hello, this is my first time building a PC. This is my final build: pcpartpicker.com/list/wp36cb
I will be getting CPU(AMD Ryzen 9 7900X, ASUS B650E-F ROG Strix Gaming WiFi, G.Skill Flare X5 Series 32GB DDR5-6000 Kit)/Motherboard/Memory/Video Card(PowerColor AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT Hellhound Overclocked Triple Fan 20GB GDDR6 PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card) from Microcenter.
I was curious before the purchase if anyone has final suggestions/tips or solutions for the problems I might face for the build.
I appreciate it.
It's lookin' good to me! Take your time, watch a ton of YouTube videos, and expect to spend extra time cable managing (you'll thank yourself down the line that you did).
I would highly recommend you take a visit to your local store and speak to one of our Build-Your-Own Specialists before making your final decision and purchases. They'll be able to answer any of those last minute questions that flood in the second you walk in the store. They'll also be able to provide their email so they can be a point of contact juuuust in case anything comes up down the line :)
Best of luck with your build!
I second Rye, I think the build looks great! If this is your first build, I would recommend finding a case that is easy to build in (for example, the Lancool III from Lian Li). A bigger case with more room will make it easier to fit the cables in the back, and you will have an easier time getting started.
I usually start with putting the CPU and RAM, and SSD into the motherboard before installing it into the case, and plug in the small case I/O cables first before routing the power supply cables. Also, order of operations matter, sometimes I make the mistake that I plug something in first or install something first that then blocks me from easily installing something else. This is always un-doable, so don't panic if this happens!
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