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PC BUILD REQUEST: AutoCAD+Lumion+Illustrato+Photoshop+Gaming. B: $1,000USD @MEXICO CITY.

Hi guys! First post on Reddit here. Hope you can help me with this build :)
I will use this as my home-studio pc. I have been using the last 5 or 6 years a (laptop) Lenovo Y 50-70 (i7 4710HQ 2.50Ghz / 16gb DDR3 / 516SSD / Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M), but as you can see I've reached the peak of the upgrading (+ram, ssd), and it is still running my work and gaming very slow.
So, I'll try toanswer the brief you propose in this subreddit as accurate as I can, and if you have any questions I'll answer ASAP. Thanks again!

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
  • Work:-Main programs: AutoCAD (medium sized 3D models, 50-100MB files), Lumion (to make realistic renders of those models, 1-2GB files). These are the more important tasks I'll be doing! I'm aware that AutoCAD requires a specific Certified GPU (FirePro, Quadro or Radeon Pro), and Lumion requires a lot of GPU power (but settles with consumer GPUs). I think here relies the core choice of the build.-Illustrator, Photoshop and sometimes After Effects.
  • Gaming:-A lot of 2d non-demanding games, but here are a couple titles I play that require some extra horsepower if I want to enjoy the high graphics: Heroes of the Storm, XCOM2, Shadow Tactics, Divinity: Original Sin 2, Paladins, Subnautica... You get the idea. Also it would be nice to be able to think about playing some more demanding titles on this build at least in low-medium settings.

What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
  • Around $1,000USD ($20,000 mxn). Great if we can do it cheaper. Could do about $400USD ($8,000 mxn) more if I manage to sell my current Lenovo Y50-70.

When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
  • I'll be buying the parts around Feb 1st 2020.

What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
  • Just the entire PC and a nice wireless keyboard with numberpad.

Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
  • I live in Mexico City. We've got Amazon and Cyberpuerta

If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
  • I already have a 1440P Benq PD2700 monitor and a mouse I like a lot (Logitech G305).
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
  • I don't know. Never done it. Is it worth the extra price? I think sometimes I'd need it for very high-detail rendering? Not a priority.

Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
  • Got a couple external HDs, but would like a 1TB (or 2TB?) HD + 516SSD at least.

Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
  • Full black without RGB (Maybe seethrough case?) The smaller the case the better. Still, if for some reason it needs to be larger there is no problem.

Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
  • Do not include it.

Extra info or particulars
  • I don't mind using AMD unless you have reasons on why using an Intel processor.
  • Maybe in a future I'll run some VR :)
Thanks again! Hope I can get my new PC soon with your help :)
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Built my First PC as 31st Birthday to Myself - My Full Experience : Specs, Purchase (from Australia), 7 hours live-streamed Build, NO POST, Troubleshoot, & Lesson - Super Long Post!

Photos of my FIRST PC Build! & a photo of me with the laptop it's replacing!
Initially I wanted to buy a pre-built PC for my 31st birthday but after reading some comments and posts (especially here on buildapc), I decided to build one myself - to save some $$$ but to also as a learning experience; oh boy did I learn some lessons.
The PC was built to replace my aging 2013 ASUS G750JX.
Primary use is for Gaming - WoW: Shadowlands, Cyberpunk 2077, Halo : Infinite, & Assassin's Creed : Norway Simulator. No Microsoft Flight Sim here. Secondary for Work - Autodesk Revit, Rhinoceros 5, 3DS Max, SketchUp, & Vray. Occassionaly for Streaming and Video editting - Twitch Studio, Adobe Rush.
After watching/reading a lot of guides, parts selected, and parts arrived - I decided to live-stream my entire build: YouTube link of my stream reduced from 7 hours to 1 hour.
I also thought I'd share my experience with you guys by making a SUPER LONG post.
So like days when games guides were giant TXT files from GameFAQS, I divided this into CHAPTERS!

A001 - PC SpecsA002 - Specs Lesson / Alternates OptionsB001 - Budget Info & Store Choice - from an Australian buyer perspectiveB002 - Spec vs Price Comparison - at time of purchase on August 22B003 - Delivery & Arrival date of Packages - Guess which package arrived the quickestC001 - Build Guides - some tutorials that I found usefulD001 - My 7 hours Build - Live Streamed!D002 - NO POST! & Troubleshooting - with the help from one of my viewers.E001 - Post-Build & General Lessons LearntE002 - Next Upgrades Selection & WishlistF001 - Special Thanks & Shameless Self-Promo
Just Ctrl+F and search the code "AXXX" for that specific chapter and you'll jump right to it!

// A001 - PC Specs // PC Part Picker list : https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/rXzGWb

  • CPU : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor
  • GPU : ASUS Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB TUF Gaming X3 EVO OC Video Card
  • MEMORY : 2x Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL18 Memory. Spoiler: One of the pairs didn't work.
  • CPU COOLER : Corsair H100x 57.2 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
  • STORAGE :SSD - Kingston A2000 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State DriveHDD - Western Digital Blue 2 TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive
  • PSU : Corsair RM (2019) 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
  • CASE : NZXT H510 ATX Mid Tower Case

// A002 - Specs Lesson / Alternates Options //
I won't go to Part-by-Part because honestly, I'm no expert - I'll link to a guide if I find one. These are just some of the things I noted after my build.
Choosing your Parts Lessons / Tips :
  • Always check your parts compatibility! PCPartPicker.com is a great site to check each part's compatibility.
    • Make sure your motherboard is the suitable choice for your CPU - AMD / Intel
    • Is your case suitable with your parts? Check if it's suitable for your ATX, mATX, ITX MoBo.
    • The NZXT case I chose has a USB Type C on the Front Panel, not all MoBo supports USB-C port.
    • Check the overall dimensions (sizes) of your parts. Your RAM may be too tall for your CPU Air Cooler. The GPU may be too big to even fit in your case. Will your AIO Cooler radiator fit the front or top of your case?
  • Don't cheap out on PSU. PCPartPicker will show the Estimated Wattage, get one say 1.5x than estimated, just in case. Mine was roughly 443W, so I went with a 650W PSU.
  • Get an NVME SSD for your OS. It's ridiculously fast and quite possibly the Best Bang For Buck in terms of Performance decisions you'll make.
  • Know your priorities! Performance? Tight Budget? Availability? Aesthetics? Plan your parts accordingly.
  • Read / Watch Reviews of Parts! They may warn you what to look out with specific parts. Example: A review mentioned that ASUS TUF RX 5700 XT have been found to run quite hot - that I didn't know before buying it.

Alternate Options - Some parts I considering as alternate to fit a lower budget:

  • CPU : AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 3.8 GHz 6-Core Processor
  • GPU : RX5600 XT - eg Gigabyte Radeon RX 5600 XT 6 GB WINDFORCE OC Video Card
  • MOTHERBOARD (MoBo) : B550 - eg MSI MAG B550 TOMAHAWK ATX AM4 Motherboard
  • CPU COOLER : Stock Air Cooler from CPU. May be sufficient for non-intensive uses & cases with great airflow.

At time of purchase, the 30 GPUs Series were still rumored, with only leaked images. So I went with an RX 5700 XT because it felt like it was the best Bang for the Buck and that it would be a longer wait if I wanted the Nvidia 30 series or AMD 6000 series.
If time is not a constraint for you, I'd say it's definitely worth waiting for the new GPUs.

// B001 - Budget Info & Store Choice //
I initially wanted to buy a Pre-Built PC but after deciding to build my own, I just used the initial budget for my parts.
  • Budget: AUD$2,400 - not including delivery, just on parts.
  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
Being in Australia, a giant island away from everyone else, parts are more expensive. Most tech reviews will mention the USD prices and unfortunately it's not a 1:1 currency conversion - so set expectations accordingly.
  • Store Choice: PCCG , Scorptec, Centrecom, PCByte
I specifically chose these stores because I've made purchases from there before and they're local.
I wanted to order locally to avoid any international shipping and direct customer service if I faced any issues. I also just wanted to help out local stores as much as I could during this pandemic season - eventhough business for e-retailers are booming right now.
Other Australian stores worth checking out are: Mwave & PLE & SKYCOMP

// B002 - Spec vs Price Comparison //
A quick schedule I made for each parts by the selected AU Stores I've purchased from:
BOLD items are the lowest price found. Italics items were sold-out / pre-order listed.Prices shown were from purchase on August 25.Price listed as Australian Dollars - AUD$Price with (*) means the place I bought the part from.

Part / Store PCCG Scorptec Centrecom PCByte
CPU : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 529 525 519* 525
MoBo : MSI MAG X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI ATX AM4 389 389 389* 389
MEMORY : Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL18 139 129 119* 149
GPU : ASUS Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB TUF Gaming 699 699 679 599*
SSD Storage : Kingston A2000 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME SSD 99 105 92 89*
HDD Storage : Western Digital Blue 2 TB 3.5" 5400RPM HDD 89 90 78* 85
PSU : Corsair RM (2019) 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply 199* 199 209 175
CASE : NZXT H510 ATX Mid Tower Case 159* 139 139 139
CPU COOLER : Corsair H100x 57.2 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler 169 159 159 145*
TOTAL PRICE PER STORE: 2471 2434 2383 2295
Standard Delivery: 21 Did Not Check 0 - Free! 10
By the cost comparison, PCByte was the best place to purchase IF they had all the stock - which sadly wasn't the case.
So I ended purchasing the parts from PCCG, Centrecom, PCByte separately, which the total parts costs was $1 higher than the total at PCByte. The most parts I ordered from was at CentreCom for their free delivery. PCCG was the only place that had the Case & PSU, so I ordered it from there as well.
AS A TEST, I ordered another 'Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL18' from AmazonUS for $99.20 + $16.50. To see how fast it would arrive and 32GB RAM would be great to have. Boy oh boy, the $4 savings than the price at CentreCom was not worth it.

// B003 - Delivery & Arrival date of Packages//
A summary from Order Date to Shipment Arrival for each store:

  • PCCG - Total Spent: $358 + $21 Delivery
    • Order Date: 25.08.2020
    • Shipment Arrival : 28.08.2020 - 3 Days
  • CentreCom - Total Spent: $1105 + $0 Delivery
    • Order Date: 25.08.2020
    • Shipment Arrival: 02.09.2020 - 8 Days
  • PCByte - Total Spent: $833 + $10 Delivery
    • Order Date: 25.08.2020
    • Shipment Arrival: 28.08.2020 - 3 Days
  • AmazonUS - Total Spent: $99.2 + $16.50 Delivery
    • Order Date: 29.08.2020
    • Shipment Arrival: 04.09.2020 - 6 Days
One thing to note for my orders with CentreCom & PCByte, I decided to pay via Bank Transfer to save from the 1-2% surcharge on payments made via PayPal or Credit Card but then it took those stores time to verify the payment has been received before shipping the order out.
PC Byte was quick to process the payment, only requiring a Transaction Receipt to verify. CentreCom took much longer which resulted in the slower shipment than the AmazonUS from Whitestown, Indiana, USA to Melbourne, Australia.

// C001 - Build Guides //
The number 1 that helped me was RTFM - READ THE FRIENDLY MANUAL. (Thanks Jay) Most of things you need to know on the part and how to install is mentioned in in their respective manual. There are general information that applies to each part but they can vary slightly from different manufacturers - so read carefully.
Again, I won't go through part-by-part guides. Just some guides & information that I found useful.
Here's some of the tutorial videos that helped me with my build:

// D001 - My 7 hours Build - That I Live Streamed! //
Here's an edited down version of the stream from 7 hours to 1 hour & minus the few times my recording dropped for some reason.
So I did watch all the guides and videos listed previous chapter. Also, read the manuals of most of the products online before even receiving the parcels. Still, I was a nervous a mess!
I did buy a whole set of tiny screw bits for $19 because it has that weird bendy bit for hard to reach spots. 100% not required at all, definitely an overkill on my part.
A simple breakdown of the video, this is NOT a guide - just a summary and some handy tips I recalled:
  1. Installed as much parts as you could onto the MoBo - the CPU, RAM, & NVME SSD.
    1. Make sure the CPU is placed oriented correctly!
    2. Check the RAM is installed in the right order! RAM may require some force!
    3. Make sure you got the right standoff for your NVME SSD. Don't leave one below in the middle of the NVME as it may damage it.
  2. Prepared the AIO CPU Cooler (Corsair H100X) - made sure the right brackets & mounting brackets were in place.
    1. Read the manual!
    2. Don't touch face of the cooler! Leave the cover on.
  3. Installed the fans onto the radiator - in a pull configuration. Just to make the fans visible honestly.
  4. Installed the radiator onto the radiator mounting bracket from case (NZXT H510).
    1. Check your case's manual!
  5. Recording Dropped! Prepared my case before I placed my MoBo.
    1. Install the IO Shield. Mine is pre-installed, so don't need to worry about it.
    2. Checked the right standoffs are in-place to receive my ATX MoBo. DON'T leave any unnecessary standoff on the case, it may DAMAGE your MoBo.
  6. Placed my MoBo into the case.
    1. Angle it slight for an easier insert.
    2. Screw it place. Don't force the screw! As long as it's secure, it's sufficient.
  7. Recording Returns! Installed my AIO Cooler (Corsair H100X).
    1. It has this weird earing mounting thing that hooks onto the existing bracket on the board.
    2. Make sure the logo/face of the AIO is oriented accordingly!
  8. Installed the radiator mount back into the case.
  9. Prepared my Fully Modular PSU - Again, RTFM - Read The Flippin' Manual!
    1. Installed the needed Cables.
    2. This where I should've installed my cable extensions, if I had any.
  10. Installed the PSU onto the case.
  11. Make sure to orient it correct! Mine was with the fan blowing to the bottom of the case.
  12. Took out the Hard Disk Drive Cage & screwed the HDD into the cage.
  13. In hindsight, should've done this first before the PSU as the cables got in my way.
  14. Your case may vary! Check your manual.
  15. CABLES TIME! Checked the orientation of where each cable would go from the back of the case and to the front.
  16. Again, read the manual!
  17. A good thing about my case (NZXT H510) is that the Front Panel connector comes in a handy single-piece bundle that makes it easy to connect.
  18. Connected all the MoBo cables. Always check the orientation! Look at the empty keys slot, any square face indents, clips, etc. Be careful!
  19. Installed my GPU (ASUS TUF RX 5700 XT) - it is a hefty boi.
  20. The GPU I chose has a 6pin+8pin PCIe Cable bit which confused me for a bit.
  21. I should've - READ THE MANUAL!
  22. Double Checked everything is securely installed
  23. Plugged into Power & Switch the PSU to On
  24. GPU LED turned on.
  25. No weird noises - thankfully!
  26. Pressed the Power Button AND...
// D002 - NO POST! & Troubleshooting - with the help from one of my viewers. //
NO POST! - Which sank my heart instantly.
Shoutout to one of my viewers, haxnetTech, who told me to look at the LED on the MoBo next to the RAM, which highlighted "DRAM" and basically guide me through the troubleshoot.
Because I had 4 sticks of RAM installed. The issue could've been a lot of things : RAM sticks might not have been seated securely, a faulty RAM stick or multiple of them, OR faulty Motherboard.
So troubleshooting began as follows:
  1. Removed all 4 RAM sticks.
  2. Reseat all 4 RAM. NO POST.
  3. Removed all 4 RAM again.
    1. Separated each pair based on their serial numbers - CentreCom pair and the Amazon pair.
  4. Installed the CentreCom pair in the A2 & B2. YAY! POST!
  5. Installed the Amazon pair in the A1 & B1. NO POST!
  6. Removed all the RAM and placed the Amazon pair in A2 & B2. NO POST!
  7. I did test each RAM individually in A2 and found only ONE of the Amazon pair was faulty.
    1. Because I wanted to return it, obviously I returned it as a pair.
  8. Removed the Amazon Pair and reinstalled the CentreCom pair. YAY! POST!
  9. Proceeded to install my Windows.
    1. Made sure to install the OS in the NVME SSD, NOT the HDD.
  10. After 7 hours live-stream, thanked my stream.
  11. Ate a Chicken Kebab.
My initial plan was to have 32GB Memory (4x 8GB) and having to return a pair, I ended up running off 16GB for a while.
I did have a concern that maybe I had issues with my A1 & B1 RAM slots on my MoBo, so I ended up ordering another pair 32GB Memory (2x 16GB) to fill out my remaining slot and test it out. Worst case, I'll just run off the A2 & B2 with the 2x 16GB pair.
MEMORY : Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2X16GB) DDR4 3600 (PC4-28800) C18 1.35V Desktop Memory BlackCOST : AUD$222.00 + $15.80 Delivery - from SKYCOMP. The only Australian store that had stock.DELIVERY : Ordered - 08.09.2020. Arrived - 14.09.2020. 6 days.
RAM arrived, installed the 2x 16GB memory in A2 & B2. Installed the CentreCom 2x 8GB pair in A1 & B1. TADAA! I am officially running at 48GB Memory.

// E001 - Post-Build & General Lessons Learnt //
I spent most of the time after my live-stream tidying the cables at the back of the PC and setting up my usual software & games.
Tweezered Zip-tied all the loose cables as neatly as I could.
I did try and do some basic overclocking with some guides on YouTube and Guru3D recommendations BUT I don't think I will include it in here as I am not that well-versed on the topic.

So here are some lessons I learnt from my build, aside from some of the tips I mentioned in the previous Chapters:

  • Again, Know Your Priorities! Aesthetics, Performance, Time, & Budget
    • If you are patient, it WILL be worth it to wait for the release / availability of newer, better performing parts.
    • If you are patient, it WILL be cheaper during sales or secondhand stock.
    • If time and stock is a constraint, what you CAN buy the parts you need at that moment will be your best option. You don't need to defend yourself to internet commentors.
    • This is YOUR PC and your money; do with it as you wish.
  • Download the Windows Installer & Drivers Before You Build!
  • Watch Reviews for The Part You're Interested In - if you can find it. You may find an alternative that offer a similar performance for less. You may find a better performing part that's worth the extra change.
  • Read the Manuals! Again & again. This WILL give you
  • Relax & Take Your Time! It may seem intimidating but it really isn't if you break down to one step at a time.
  • Keep Things Organised. Make sure to sort your parts, screws, boxes in a neat order. It's easier to find things you need when you know where it is.
  • Plan Accordingly! Have an idea what you need to do next part-by-part and what to look out for.
    • I should've installed the Cables before installed the PSU rather than trying to fit that second PCIe cable for the GPU after screwing it in PSU.
    • Have somewhat of an idea of how the airflow will work in your case; the air intake & exhaust directions.
  • Keep Things, In General! - if you can. You will need literally EVERYTHING that came in the box of the part if you need to return it for whatever reason.
  • Watch Your Static! I am paranoid, so I got a static bracelet & touched my Work PC PSU regularly.
  • Watch Your Strength! You don't need to be a jacked dude to screw all the parts together. Be cautious, often just a firm tug with confidence. You MAY damage your MoBo and other parts if forced too harshly.
  • Have Lunch! Don't be like me and skip it like I did.
  • Don't be afraid to ask for help. The internet is great place to find useful advice and information - from the right source.
    • Or ask your partner to hold the light and cables while you place the GPU in.
    • Or hopefully a random viewer will come and assist you BUT do take stranger advice with a pinch of salt, not everyone is nice and/or know what they're doing.
// E002 - Next Upgrades Selection & Wishlist //
PC Building is an addiction, you'll immediately look at things that to upgrade your perfectly functioning setup. I am officially one of them.
I even made a schedule of my wishlist and store prices - in hopes that if there was ever I sale and huge price drop (in Australian Dollars AUD$) :

SSD STORAGE: Gigabyte AORUS NVMe Gen4 1 TB 329 319 299 299 296 329
RGB Case Fans: Corsair LL120 63 CFM 120 mm Fans 179 159 159 149 157 159 159
OR Lian Li SL120 119 139 Not Found Not Found Not Found 139 Not Found
3080 GPU: MSI GeForce RTX3080 VENTUS OC 1379 1379 1379 1379 1379
OR Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3080 10 GB AORUS MASTER 1639 1639 1639 1639
1440p Monitor: AOC CQ32G2E 599 499 499 499 477 499 525
OR ViewSonic VX3258-2KPC-MHD 499 499 499 508 499 499
With my type of work, high memory GPUs are great but a 3090 is ridiculously expensive of an expense - so a 3080 would be nice step up. I am happy enough with my current GPU to wait for next generation, maybe a 3080 Super or a 6000 Series ST model.
Reason why I included the monitors is because the current monitor setup provided by Work is a decent 1440 60hz monitor that's been colour calibrated. Great for work, not so much for gaming.
After my build, I won't be buying upgrades anytime soon. But hey, you can't have a dream without a goal.
// F001 - Special Thanks & Shameless Self-Promo //
Thank you for checking out my post - especially you guys that read ALL of it.
Special Thanks to:

For those interested and want to check out my stuff:

Thank you again! Much Love, Roboto.
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