waste any money on some of my parts. budget: $1,800. games im going to play: modded minecraft, beamNG.Drive, planet coaster and golf it my parts list: https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder-amd.aspx?load=d6a90bd6-31de-43c3-b30a-0ac129b79bad
The build looks good. I recommend choosing a different monitor though. The one you selected is only 1080p and 60 Hz. Since you have a 3060 Ti you should consider getting a 1440p monitor or one that can reach at least 144 Hz to get more out of your GPU.
Also, if you do not have a Windows license key you will want to purchase one of those. Since you intend on using this for gaming, you may also want a 2nd drive installed. You could go with a 2.5" SSD and use it as a game library. Of course it is not necessary as just the 1 SSD would be fine.
A 3060 may be overkill for those games and the GPU prices are a little crazy this year; you might consider something more along the lines of a 1660 or 1650 to save a lot of $$$ for performance overhead you won't miss.
Although the GPU may provide more than what is needed for the games listed, I would still recommend getting a low end 30 series over a 16 series. Unless you are really trying to keep this in a tight budget then a 3060 or 3060 Ti would be best so you don't have to upgrade it right away when you want to play a more demanding game.
I was able to get an ASUS ROG Strix 3060 for around 525. There are 3060 Tis out there being sold for $400 right now, the only issue is finding them in stock. I think it is worth paying a little extra for basically 2x the performance.
I would agree on the card recommendation, if you are able to snag a 3060 or 3060Ti, that would be great in your price range. It would also be much more "futureproofed" than a 16 series card.
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