Advice for a gaming setup

My budget is around 1000-1200 , mainly gaming build + multitasking, so i'm almost set on the AMD CPU, i prefer the  OC route (ex: im Ok with an 5700 bios flashing, RAM OC, etc.) , instead of out-of-the-box performance, i would like 1440p (high refresh rate if possible). 

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  • My budget is around 1000-1200 , mainly gaming build + multitasking, so i'm almost set on the AMD CPU, i prefer the  OC route (ex: im Ok with an 5700 bios flashing, RAM OC, etc.) , instead of out-of-the-box performance, i would like 1440p (high refresh rate if possible). 
    Welcome to the forum, itzlimitlezz. With this $1000-$1200 budget, does that include the monitor? Or do you already have a 1440p high-refresh rate panel? 

    If you already have a monitor, this is what I would recommend: https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=010c3dfe-5025-42fe-9bdf-39f44180317f. If not, we can compromise on the board and CPU, using a B450 board and Ryzen 3600X to save extra money and fit a $250 1440p 144hz FreeSync monitor in your budget. 

    Keep in mind that if you do plan to flash the VBIOS on the RX 5700, you run the risk of bricking the card and the act would void the warranty. I would advise against this as we would not be able to accept returns for damage as a result of flashing a custom VBIOS on a graphics card. If you have any questions, please let us know.
  • cornmancornman
    edited February 17
    this might help. Its a little bit over the budget but i think it would do pretty good, tbh i'm not sure but i put it together, anyways so here it is 
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