MrTspyn wroteI really appreciate your help!
I think I'm going to stick to the MAG271CQR since it's cheaper than the others (except the last one you recommended), though I saw a lot of people saying deadpixels are not so rare amongst these monitors.
I mean, I suppose there is always a risk of dead pixels when buying displays. It's never really an issue I've encountered. If you do buy any monitor and receive it with dead pixels, you could contact wherever you buy it from and ask them to replace it with another model. If they refuse, or the replacement still isn't to your liking, you should have like a 30 day window to return the item for a full refund anyway. MAG271CQR is a solid option, especially if it's cheaper than all the options I listed excluding the Samsung JG50. The MAG271CQR is a bit better than the JG50 anyway, and it does have Freesync which is definitely nice to have so if you're happy to spend a bit extra on the MSI monitor, go for it.
MrTspyn wroteFirstly, shouldn't I go for the Kingston 3200mhz DDR4 16GB HyperX Fury instead of the Corsair Vengeance?
(Or the same 3200mhz DDR4 Hyperx but 2x8GB)
Secondly, would it be overkill to get 32GB?
Grab the cheapest 2x8GB (or 2x16GB if you go with 32GB total) kit of 3200MHz you like the look of best.
With how much RAM pricing has come down, I wouldn't really say 32GB is "overkill". 16GB is the minimum I'd expect in any system worth its salt. 32GB is entirely necessary, but if you want it, go for it as long as you don't over-pay lol.
MrTspyn wroteThirdly, the price of that almost full PC you suggested seems like a great deal,
(2070Super, Ryzen 3600(x), B450 Tomahawk etc.) but is there a huge downside to going for the cheaper CPU
Cheaper CPU than what? Cheaper than the i5? No, there is more likely to be "huge downsides" with the i5 and it's lack of threads IMO, as I said above. R5 3600 is definitely a better option. If you're not overclocking, maybe get the 3600x instead of the standard 3600 but only if the price difference is pretty minimal. If you wanted something higher end, you could maybe look at an 8C/16T R7 3700x, but the 3600(x) is a killer CPU for the price.
MrTspyn wroteand motherboard or I should not be worried this much? (I'm always a bit paranoid : P sorry)
Also, about the "cheaper" mobos, isn't the MSI X470 Gaming Plus a better choice?
Thanks in advance!
With more expensive motherboards, you'll typically get more features. So maybe more SATA ports or m.2 slots for storage, more/better I/O, RGB and/or fan headers, amongst other things.
The B450 Tomahawk already has most of the main features I'd expect in a modern system tbh, but it's far from the most feature packed motherboard. I think the X470 Gaming Plus loses features over the B450 Tomahawk and it might even have worse VRMs, though I'm not 100% sure. Regardless, the budget motherboards I'd be looking at are the B450 Tomahawk and B450 Gaming Pro Carbon. If you want something higher end, then the X570 TUF is a really solid motherboard.
Wi-Fi variant isn't much more expensive than the non Wi-Fi, up to you if you think that's a feature handy enough to warrant the extra cost. Or, if you don't care about Wi-Fi and don't like how the X570 TUF looks, this is a pretty decent price for the Prime X570;
This has the exact same VRM set-up as the TUF, but some extra features like RGB header and an extra USB. I'd still go with the TUF though, personally.
I've only looked on pcx.hu, so you may want to check other stores/sites to see if they have any better prices. Also, I'm not sure how Black Friday deals are in your country, but it might be worth keeping your eye open for deals next weekend, especially on CPU+Mobo.