Rate budget build. (~33k rub)?

Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 1400 BOX
Motherboard - Gigabyte DS3H B450M
RAM - Crucial DDR4 CL19 (CT4G4DFS8266) 4Gb 2 pieces
Graphics card - AMD Radeon Sapphire RX 570 Nitro+ 8G
PSU - 600W Chieftec (GPE-600S)
HDD - Western Digital Caviar Blue (WD10EZEX) 1tb

Made for the upgrade, plan to buy two more die at 4GB and SSD.
Primarily use will be for gaming, with the graphics not looking.
March 23rd 20 at 18:45
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March 23rd 20 at 18:47
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The power supply is too powerful, put 500.
And so the rules.

Primarily use will be for gaming, with the graphics not looking.

So for games or for graphics not looking?
I mean, I don't put the comp to play on ultra. Enough for me stable fps on small , medium graphics settings. - celine69 commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:50
@celine69for stable FPS it is better to look for Intel. You have a very slow memory with a huge delay - Ryzen does not like, the lower limit of the fps will be much lower cheap Intel-and. - karianne.Nikolaus11 commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:53
@celine69, when I collected the budget, then picked up the card and motherboard support SLI/Crossfire, then to the same to add. Consider this option. - maureen60 commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:56
@karianne.Nikolaus11, about, fans of Intel.
Memory speed has very little effect on performance and overclocking has not been canceled. - maureen60 commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:59
@maureen60not a fan of brands, just take under Ryzen CL19 is very rash.
A man with 2666 CL19
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Overclocking: tyts.
And to disperse the dies of this quality do not come out clearly. - karianne.Nikolaus11 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:02
@karianne.Nikolaus11, ha, I have DDR3 1800 (somewhere so) MHz, in the fifth Farkray never drawdowns were not. It is, by the way, do not want to argue. - maureen60 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:05
@karianne.Nikolaus11kind of RAM then it is better to take? - celine69 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:08
@karianne.Nikolaus11, or the processor Intel in this price segment? - celine69 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:11
@maureen60, you just did not compare with the same DDR3-2400. On the Internet 1000 and 1 video on this topic, with graphs and benchmarks. 2666CL19 - death 1% low fps, especially for Ryzen, whose frequency is the IF frequency dependent memory. - karianne.Nikolaus11 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:14
@karianne.Nikolaus11,
death for 1% low fps

That is exactly 0,5 FPS from the amount that is sufficient for comfortable game :) - maureen60 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:17
@maureen60, I did not understand, I changed something or not).
By the way, this vidyuhi has Crossfire, which you just mentioned. - celine69 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:20
@celine69, AMD is cheaper on all fronts, but she needs expensive memory. Sometimes - much more expensive. Intel and the other way around, but processors are more expensive. With this budget, it makes sense to consider used processors, because they don't break down or something like 8100, but I don't really want to advise. By selecting memory, view here, is useless to repeat. You can ask for your processor. - karianne.Nikolaus11 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:23
@celine69, it's good that is. And the motherboard has?
Listen to the advice about the memory, they might have something, only thing not to pay too much for crumbs FPS. - maureen60 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:26
@maureen60, no, 1% low - a small drawdown, when the game freezes. Stuttery.
This is the minimum fps, which is 1% of the time. - karianne.Nikolaus11 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:29
@celine69, why do you need Crossfire? Forget. AMD refused it. Dead technology. If multigpu will, it means PCIe 4.0 and DX12. - karianne.Nikolaus11 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:32
@maureen60, motherboard no. But as far as I know, the technology most games do not support. Thanks for the help and advice you both! - celine69 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:35
@celine69,
Frequency and timings. Key indicators of memory speed. The higher the memory frequency, the better. However, chase frequency to the detriment of the timings does not make sense (and Vice versa). The choice of frequency is possible from DDR4 2133 4800. Frequencies above 4000 are available as a rule only on certain motherboards and overclocking with selected modules (as well as a good memory controller, which can like). Good frequency in overclocking is 3200, above can above only selected modules (they will be a separate section).
Platform AM4 RAM frequency is particularly important, because it is tied to the internal data transmission bus Infinity Fabric (running at half the frequency of RAM). The fact that these multi-core processors consist of two modules with multiple cores that communicate with each other via a bus called Infinity Fabric – and it is more effective the faster you RAM. The frequency effect in the first place, but it is not the only factor.
In this regard, a very desirable modules that acceleration can reach even 3200 frequency, while the frequency Infinity Fabric will be already fully meet the needs of the processor. Frequencies above also raise productivity but require large voltage, the best motherboard and memory selection. The increase from 3200CL14 -> 3466CL14 there, but usually so time consuming that does not cover the costs of its achievement. Although now the situation is better and many of Hynix\Toshiba can take 3200\3333 on AM4, B-die, works steadily for 3466-3533-3600.
The same memory at lower timings (at one frequency) will be more effective. Ie 3200CL14 > 3200CL16, as an example.
In General, the timings will be added in a separate section. The main so-called "primary" timings (CAS...) give a performance. Twisting the secondary and tertiary timings, it is possible to "get" another 5-7% performance.


Although, frankly, under upgrade and you can save. Just add to the list of future normal memory. - karianne.Nikolaus11 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:38
@karianne.Nikolaus11, well, thank you! - celine69 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:41

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