i already have the part just wanna know if anything would go bad if put together like over heat or this doesn't work with this.
AMD - Ryzen 5 5600X Vermeer 3.7GHz 6-Core AM4 Boxed Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler
Gigabyte - B550 AORUS MASTER AMD AM4 ATX Motherboard
G.Skill - Ripjaws V 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 PC4-25600 CL16 Dual Channel Desktop Memory Kit F4-3200C16D-16GVKB - Black
NZXT - H510 Tempered Glass ATX Mid-Tower Computer Case - Black/White
NZXT - C750 750 Watt 80 Plus Gold ATX Fully Modular Power Supply
Gigabyte - GeForce RTX 3070 Gaming Overclocked Triple-Fan 8GB GDDR6 PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card
Samsung - 980 Pro SSD 1TB (MZ-V8P1T0B) - M.2 NVMe Interface PCIe Gen 4x4 Internal Solid State Drive with V-NAND 3 bit MLC Technology, 2280
NZXT - Kraken X53 240mm RGB Water Cooling Kit
Microsoft - Windows 10 Pro 64-bit - 1pk DSP OEM DVD
ESET - Internet Security - 1 Device, 3 Year (OEM)
Microsoft - Office Home and Student 2019
Greetings, I do not see why there would be any issues with that build.
What does the note exactly say? It's an AM4 processor with an AM4 board, there shouldn't be an issue.
It's likely referencing the B550 board's PCIe 4.0 M.2 limitation when using slots M2B_CPU and M2C_CPU. To explain this, the primary PCIe 4.0 X16 slot is wired at 4.0 X16. If you throw an M.2 PCIe SSD into M.2 slot M2A_CPU, that PCIe 4.0 X16 slot will continue to run at X16 speeds. If you throw an M.2 PCIe SSD into M.2 slots M2B_CPU or M2C_CPU, that PCIe 4.0 x16 slot will operate at X8 speed because it shares bandwidth with those slots.
There is another limitation of the board as well involving the bottom PCIe x16 slot
The PCIEX4_2 slot shares bandwidth with the SATA3 4, 5 connectors. The PCIEX4_2 slot operates at up to x2 mode when a device is installed in the SATA3 4 or SATA3 5 connector.
You'll be fine. Everything looks compatible and should hopefully go together without issue. Take your time during assembly and you should be good. Be sure to install that M.2 SSD in the top M.2 slot to avoid any PCIe performance penalties going forward. While an RTX 3070 doesn't need full PCIe 4.0 X16 bandwidth, it doesn't hurt to prep that installation into the correct slot in case you upgraded GPU's in the future.
thanks but this what the warning or note it gave me
this is my first time building not sure what i need
also forgot to mention can this build hand a 240hz monitor with a 1ms and amd freesync
That first warning could definitely be a concern if that board is older stock that has been sitting on the shelf, but our stores have made it a priority to stock these boards with support for Zen 3 and you'll see stickers on the boxes denoting this:
Speak with the sales rep for help locating this sticker or for general questions regarding BIOS support. Alternatively, you can visit Gigabytes website for details here: https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/B550-AORUS-MASTER-rev-10/support#support-cpu
That second warning is informing you that the motherboard you chose doesn't have an internal Type C header to make use of your chassis front panel Type C port. This just means that port will not function unless you buy a PCIe card with a USB Type C header or upgrade to a motherboard with that header available.
That last warning is a complete non-issue. The 8-pin EPS connector can safely supply up to 300W of power without an issue and the extra 4-pin is for an additional 150W auxiliary power. It's great if you are pushing exotic overclocks using LN2 or Dry Ice, but even with PBO, you won't be exceeding 300W with AMD's 142W PPT socket power limit, even with a 5950X.
It would depend on the resolution. 240hz 1080p? Absolutely. 240hz 1440p? You may need to lower settings in some of the more higher-end AAA titles (Cyberpunk, Witcher 3, Metro Exodus, etc). For E-Sports and Battle Royale titles, you should be fine even at 1440p.
its 240hz 1080p
Yes you should have no issue.
thanks for the help you guys
You're welcome, please let us know if you have any other questions.
hey sorry to bother do you guys have a different video card to recommend because i tried looking for the video card in the store in my state because is sold out or unavailable.
Unfortunately video cards are very hard to find at this time. These are going to be limited availability items, so these items can only be purchased in-store and are unavailable to be reserved ahead of time.
We recommend stopping by your local Micro Center for the most up-to-date stock count.
i don't think i have a micro center near me because i live in canada
I see, the only video card sales we do at Micro Center would be directly at our stores.
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