I also skipped on the cooling fans other than the case ones and the cpu fan and I noticed that when on heavy load the case does get hot but the actual temperature of the CPU and the GPU is under the max (around 70 degrees), so I would definitely recommend extra cooling units and it will help the whole system stay cool.
I am playing wildlands, DMC 5, division 2 on 1080p ultra and it easily hits 60 fps. So yeah it is one of the best builds if you are looking for high frames in 1080p.
My advice would be to research about your MOBO choice because i have read some bad things about it. And also it is much better to have a ssd even if its 128GB in 2019 so you can have all your main games/ softwares in the ssd and won't have to worry about performance. I have the same build and i opted for a 500GB crucial ssd and a 1TB HDD. I mostly plat wildlands, division 2 and the loading times are in seconds literally 1-5 seconds for a game which is 50+ GB size. It wont hurt to get and ssd instead of just and HDD.
I have the exact same build and i play Apex at 1080p max settings and hitting around 60 fps easily.
It can but have to tweak the settings a little.
Try any case that has support for microATX and also see the dimensions for a video card mentioned inside the case details.
No the thermal paste is already applied to the stock CPU cooler.
See bitwits, linus tech tips, austin evans videos on youtube for pc building and always consult the manuals while building. It is mostly the same process as shown in the videos with just a little pin placement difference.
It wont matter but just make sure that the case supports the mobo config i.e microATX.
A pcie wifi/bluetooth card wont hurt if you dont want to connect through ethernet cable. And also in future also see if you can but some cooler fans for the case.
I also finished this pc today and it works perfectly fine with no errors.
Thank you again!.
Thank you soo much for your help, and I am also in Canada and I just ordered all the parts abut chose the Sapphire Nitro+ video card and am using the crucial p1 ssd. It's so good to have a confirmation that it doesn't have any problems and all is working thank you again for the help really appreciate it. And just one more thing what monitor are using with this build, i am looking for a 1080p with freesync but a budget one, so if you have any in mind please advise. Thanks again!
So, you mentioned that you got all the parts delivered and boot up so are you facing any problems in this setup with this MOBO and RAM??. Just needed the confirmation that it will work without any problems in the future. Sorry but this is my first build and dont want anything to go wrong. Thank you jetblackpope.
I am building this pc and was wondering what would be the best budget 1080p monitor to run with this system?.
Are the shopping websites displayed here legit??. Sorry but i am new in this. Thanks