Look I gotta say lad at this point I am really super unimpressed with what this System Integrator (or SI) is selling, which makes me thankful I learned to build PCs rather than suffer prebuilts anymore. I spent ten years suffering Dell and putting up with their shit
because of that prebuilt which to this very day even with customization I still have got to suffer no overclocking my CPU and that absolute piece of SHIT board with that shitty case and that shitty windows version and shitty slow HDD Windows OS install because had I changed motherboard it'd deactivate Windows which basically that whole thing became an insufferable pain in the ass eventually.
I don't wish to make you feel bad about your system, and accidentally did that with my dad, but well when you know how to do something it's easier to find faultalso I'm a usual overly critical *chan shitposter
so thus far what I can say is, yes it is actually going to game spectacularly for 2021 no doubt, but as it ages you're going to have more and more problems and get subjected to further and further insult. Like that boot drive is going to be fine now and way faster than most people's systems, but it's still a very cheap NVMe stuck on a cheap shitty board which you're now going to get stuck with forever and which is going to be fantastic now but over the years each aspect of that is going to just piss you off more and more.
Oh wait a minute what the fucking shit, 4 SATA connectors? Seriously only four? Okay yeah nevermind it's a shit board. It's worse than I thought at a glance/from memory. MSI cheap boards are shit
and that is definitely the cheapest board you can possibly get, which put it to you this way it's like putting a V8 muscle engine in a rusted out $500 shitbox with bald tires, and they do this to say "yeah but we got a V8 engine 5600x gibe money plox" and ultimately it's only the GPU and CPU which is actually a valuable component to the system. The thing that annoys me personally is because you cannot even rip the board out without voiding your entire Win10 install, because it's registered to the shitboard 99.9% of the time, so even if you could clone the C drive to a new NVMe you're stuck with the board.
This is the point at which I remind you that there's ultimately no such thing as "a shit computer" just what works for you and what is the cost. Like if that system cost $4000 it's a piece of fucking garbage. If that system cost $900 it's pretty fantastic. In PC hardware what it really boils down to is cost however my strong suspicion is they price gouged the shit out of you and charged you like 2,500 euros in which case it would be shit.
> NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 - 8GB
Like I said usually SI's will just slam a decent GPU and a decent CPU into a kinda shitty system overall because most kids have got literally no clue about anything beyond "which GPU" "which CPU" "what big number RAM in gb it is" and that's it though lately kids have gotten wise to PSU wattage too and RAM speed but still not timings or boards afaik. In today's market obviously that "$500" GPU is great but it's still a midrange card which is using last gen VRAM capacity among the many reasons I dislike nVidia is because they routinely do this shit 8gb is Pascal tier, they had 3.5gb lawsuit inducing VRAM with Maxwell when AMD was ramping up to 8gb and now AMD is 16gb standard, though it should be added that speed, bus, jayztwocents did a pretty good layman explanation of how VRAM works and how huge VRAM doesn't matter if its overall speed and bandwidth is slow as shit
and likely jacked the cost to $1000 of the budget on GPU.
Personally I think that were you to buy today, it would in theory make sense to just get a prebuilt because shit's out of stock and overpriced everywhere provided they're not jacking you. The better thing is to just wait 6 months until shit calms down if it calms down then
or if you just really need a gaming PC to deal with the fact shit's overpriced everywhere and build on a much older platform just to game on. It's not hard to get like Ivy Bridge CPUs, get some older GPU, deal with not having beyond 1080p monitor or having to turn down the settings, and just spend like $800 or less to build a really noice PC with 7 to 10 year old parts, get a price gouged Maxwell or something or some ancient pre-Pascal Fermi tier Titan whatever and stick with that, or just build a nice new machine with all new parts and overpay for an older GPU until prices calm down.
>OS: Windows 10 Home
I mean it's Windows. I dislike 10, but 8 was SHIT and 7 is way too old at this point. I have no idea why anyone would get professional.
>(80cm) Samsung Odyssey G5 C32G54TQWU - LED-Monitor - 144Hz – Curved
This looks good to me. I bet you bought this separate. If that's a 27" 1440p 144hz monitor then yes it's actually a fantastic looking monitor although I question pairing a FreeSync monitor with nVidia GPU although frankly it's irrelevant I never use FreeSync or Gsync anyway. A 3070 should power that display plenty. I've never used a curved monitor and can't say a lot on it beyond it's alleged to be really noice playing on large curved screens, but what I can tell you is that that's a FANTASTIC resolution with buttery smooth 144hz framerates for just about anything but like brand new games with RT on ultra settings you're likely to get 140fps avg on a ton of games at very high res. I've got half that display speed. Also, for whatever weird reason mining pay went up this week so that's $10+ per day on that card
Overall it really boils down to cost. You're objectively going to have a fantastic gaming experience on that machine and as a gamer it's all that really matters, so people with autistic hobbyist interest like me you should ignore and just enjoy your PC because objectively you're going to be gaming at the top 5% of humanity if not better than that. Like 96% of humanity is having a shittier experience than you.
You are still ultimately running a much better system than I have which I built last year, a better GPU, a largely better CPUI've got 2 more cores/4 threads but you literally don't need that for gaming and my 3700x is slower
and a far better monitor with twice the top fps that I have but my concern is the usual with all prebuilts that they overcharged you for something that's largely valuable in the CPU and GPU department. It's going to remain an awesome gaming system for years to come but it's not going to have legs and will show its age and limited upgradeability within 5 years.
I rate cost/10
It depends what you paid. That's a $400 CPU + $1000 GPU in today's market so I'm assuming it's like $2100 or something like that, which is fine. If it cost a lot more though, eh.