Looking to build a second steaming pc

Hi not sure if someone here can help me out here I am also looking to build second pc for streaming from my main gaming pc. I am trying to find the best deals canadian for compatible components which I will list things that I have or am thinking for this build at the bottom. Really need help finding a good mobo. I am going to try and use an either net switcher I have to connect the 2 pc's or use an external elgoto cc I already have without an internal capture card for now but might have to install one as well as a gpu so id need a mobo with 2 pci slots and is comparable with the new ryzen either the 1700 or the 1800x heres what I was thinking but need a suggestion for the mob as mentioned earlier and if at all possible looking for something with little to no colour either all black or black and white/grey ect. I am looking to stream to atleast 2 sites at a time want to be able to run google searches run previews of my feeds run recording software and music so there is quite a load on it I think the 1700 should be able to handle it but not sure if I should get the 1800x now while I'm shelling out the cash

Case: (already have this case just need to check the fans) http://www.ncix.com/detail/corsair-carbide-series-air-7...

Ram: (already have these so I hope I can use in place of smaller ddr4 ram for now) https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B006YG9EEW/ref=oh_aui_...

Power supply (might go with the 850 watts but not sure if ill be ever able to use all that extra power just might as well throw down an extra 15 bucks): https://www.amazon.ca/EVGA-SuperNOVA-Modular-Warranty-2...

CPU: (might go with the 1800x as it is faster and might help down the road somehow) https://www.amazon.ca/AMD-YD1700BBAEBOX-Processor-Wrait...

gpu: https://www.amazon.ca/GeForce-GDDR5-Profile-Graphics-02...
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  1. It's not DDR3L so you'd have to run the Intel 4000 generation cpu's (or older) or you could burn out the memory controller on the CPU.
    The 6000 series and above require DDR3L or you could burn out the memory controller on the CPU.

    I haven't seen any Ryzen boards that support DDR3.

    You could go with a bigger/faster CPU if you want. But this motherboard and CPU combo will let you re-use your DDR3.
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/kQXvdC

    Otherwise you'd be better off planning to buy DDR4 instead of DDR3L. (I ran into the same issue. I only went with DDR3L because i got an amazing deal on my motherboard.)
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  2. dark_lord69 said:
    It's not DDR3L so you'd have to run the Intel 4000 generation cpu's (or older) or you could burn out the memory controller on the CPU.
    The 6000 series and above require DDR3L or you could burn out the memory controller on the CPU.

    I haven't seen any Ryzen boards that support DDR3.

    You could go with a bigger/faster CPU if you want. But this motherboard and CPU combo will let you re-use your DDR3.
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/kQXvdC

    Otherwise you'd be better off planning to buy DDR4 instead of DDR3L. (I ran into the same issue. I only went with DDR3L because i got an amazing deal on my motherboard.)


    I got the ram for my as an extra for my gaming rig but it really doesn't need it thats why I wanted to use it however for what this pc will be doing I am really focused around ryzen so I guess now i need suggestions for a mobo and some ram
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