Hi all,I am working on picking out parts to use for an everyday desktop. There won't be much games ever played on it, more working on documents and online teaching. Here are the parts I currently have picked out:CPU: i5-9600KFan: Noctua NH-L9iMotherboard: ASUS B360 PRIMEMemory: 2x8 GB G. Skill Ripjaws 5Case: Lian Li 205I also have an SSD for Windows 10 and an HDD for general storage.My first question is regarding the possible compatibility issue between the motherboard and CPU. When checking in PCPartPicker, it gives a possible BIOS version issue and I don't have another CPU I would be able to update it with. Is there a way to know if this will be an issue before buying it or a way to get it updated in-store? Likewise, I would like to use multiple monitors with the computer. I did some searching and it sounds like dedicated graphics is the way to go for this. Would a simple, cheap one be able to get the job done or what would be best for my situation? Recall this is for small load use and no gaming.Edit: Here's a link to the part list https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=5f36a068-c11e-44eb-ad50-6111c4ef74a7. I don't have a specific budget set but I would like to keep it maybe less than $800 if that seems reasonable.
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