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Putting together a new build to be used at a new shop. Needs to run photoshop, adobe creative suites, quickbooks for business purposes, but also making sure it's sufficient for any gaming should we choose to use it for that. Primarily it's going to be used for everyday business at a tattoo shop and gaming after hours. Need to keep the budget under 800$.

Any input on build is appreciated. Re-using my old PSU and the disc drive is a personal preference. Have a registration key for Windows 10 already, will scoop a keyboard/mouse combo on amazon, and have an old 22" widescreen acer monitor to re-use. Unfortunately I'll need a DP to DVI adapter but it's cheaper than a whole new monitor. All items need to be available on newegg.

PSU - SeaSonic S12II 520 Bronze 520W [Free]

Processor - AMD Ryzen 3 3200G 4-core 3.6 ghz [120]

Motherboard - MSI B40 Tomahawk Max AM4 [220]

Video Card -
Gigabyte Radeon RX 570 [170]

Memory - G Skill Ripjaw V Series 16gb [63]

Case - Fractal Design Focus G [56]

Hard Drive - WD Blue 3D Nand 1tb [120]

Disc Drive - Interal 24x Super Multi with M-Disc [18]


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You don't need DDR4 3200 unless you're a gamer, you can save some there. The mobo you linked says shipped from China and it's marked up - it's a newegg scam actually where at certain hours they make it look like it needs to be shipped from China then they mark the item up by 65% but it ships directly from the newegg warehouse. Wait until it says "newegg" (shipped by) or US and the price is about $120.00 or get another B450-B550.

This RX 570 8GB is cheaper with more reviews.
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