GeoDragons wrote:in storage, yeah i am planing on hybrid ssd with hdd 128gb/2or4gb.
demolition wrote:The i5-8600K looks like a good choice, however the 1070 TI card is probably quite over-kill for a non-gaming PC. I think I'd probably look for something cheaper, like a 1050.
demolition wrote:GeoDragons wrote:in storage, yeah i am planing on hybrid ssd with hdd 128gb/2or4gb.
If by hybrid SSD you mean SSHD's, then I would recommend that you stay away from those. They have their use if you have a laptop that can only fit a single drive, you need lots of space and is on a tight budget. In a desktop PC, use a proper SSD for the C drive, and a separate 3½" HDD for bulk storage.
Here's some reading material:
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demolition wrote:AMD Ryzen is also a good platform. This might be a suitable build: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/pJRRGG (taken from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZuo5s_suXI)
Question then is which games you will be playing? The 1050 Ti card will handle many games with decent speed, although it will not cope with the latest big games with details on high.
DPete27 wrote:Since you'll be looking for color accuracy, you could go with a couple Dell U2717D's at $380 each seems nice. Here's a review
If you know you NEED (will use) 6c/12t the cheapest way to get there is AMD Ryzen.
Ryzen 5 - 1600 = $169 after MIR
16GB DDR4-3200 CAS 14 Ryzen tested RAM = $220 after promo code
MSI B350M Bazooka = $90
Seasonic Focus+ 550W = $55 after MIR
Fractal Design Define Mini C = $55 on sale
Sub-total for hardware (excluding storage and GPU) = $590
Samsung 860 EVO 500GB = $140 after promo code
Asus RX560 4GB = $170
Total with all components and 2 monitors = $1660
I'll echo what was already said about GPUs. They're horribly overpriced right now. Also, yes, some programs perform better with AMD or Nvidia GPUs. It depends. Storage-wise you'll want an SSD for your OS and programs at the very least. I recommend 240GB+ to non-gamers, and 480GB+ for gamers and/or power users. Anything more than ~500GB and you're probably using the extra space for media/cold storage, so a large capacity hdd ($30/TB or less on sale) is where you go from there.
demolition wrote:Did you already have the monitors that you would like to use or do you need to get those as well?
The question is then how many monitors and what kind of requirements do you have for them in terms of size, color accuracy and resolution? Triple 4K screens would not be possible on a 1050 Ti, but I guess this might not be what you are aiming for? Triple 2K should be possible on most (all?) 1050 Ti cards though, or even 2x 4K (HDMI+DP) + 1x 2K (DVI).