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My first PC build

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As stated in the title this is my first build! After a bunch of browsing I've come to choosing this build. All I need now is some help on picking a good motherboard for around $100 and opinions on whether a 25" 1440p monitor is a good buy (I love the design and thin bezels)? Would I be better off saving money and buying a cheaper 1080p monitor that's a similar size? I also need a way to connect to WiFi reliably with a strong connection. I'm using it for gaming, music production, and schoolwork.
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>>51479683
>No M.2
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Also want suggestions on a nice sleek desk with ample room to do schoolwork for under ~$150 would be awesome. Cheap keyboard and mouses that somewhat match the color scheme (black/silver) would also be appreciated!
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>>51479683
>Seagate Harddrive

Switch to a WD 2tb if you don't want a failed HDD in a few months.

>Buying a Windows Oem Disc.

Just go to r/microsofsoftwareswap and buy a cheap Windows 7/8.1/10 Key, then download a pirated version and install it via a flashdrive/disc. Save you the extra $70 for something else.
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>>51479690
>wasting a shit ton of money on a placebo
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>Just go to r/microsofsoftwareswap and buy a cheap Windows 7/8.1/10 Key, then download a pirated version and install it via a flashdrive/disc. Save you the extra $70 for something else.
This desu
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>>51480293
>>51480391
Failed quote
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>>51479683
I'd strongly recommend another model of 390 over that one. Gigabyte did a real half-assed job with their cooler. It's apparently noisy as FUCK. No idea why they went for a dual fan design over their usual tri-fan solution, but there's a reason why they didn't send out any review samples.

MSI and Sapphire's are generally considered the top models. XFX's isn't bad either.
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>>51480465
http://pcpartpicker.com/part/msi-video-card-r9390gaming8g

better?
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>>51480595
Definetly. Generally considered the best 390 variant.
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>>51480645
Thanks for the advice man
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>>51479683
Get the R5, its a better case in everyway.
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Build looks very nice anon. I agree with going with msi instead of gigabyte for the 390.

Gigabyte makes pretty good motherboards though in my opinion. Never had any trouble with them and the few times I did mail support they were fast and helpful.
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>>51479683
> not building a superior mini ITX htpc
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