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Help: Best Budget Gaming PC 2018

HakanSixx

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Hi guys, I’m currently wanting to build my first pc but I need some direction and help on what parts are needed to fit my budget. My budget is £500-600 and I need the best I can get for that price. I already have a HDD and a Windows copy and an old vengeance case but I don’t mind another new one. I have already done a bit of research for a month or two and have made a draft parts list.

I also don't know which would benefit more an ATX or a micro ATX.

I am trying to play pubg at around 50-60 on high or medium and battlefield 1 on high or ultra at over 60fps>> I’ve seen some cheap budget builds that can do this that’s why I guess I’ve kinda wanted to achieve that. Can anyone help or suggest parts?

What I have so far:
https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/nj9jGG
I would like to know where I can cut costs without damaging any performance too much.

P.S. : Ive seen bundles on ebuyer for: https://www.ebuyer.com/819542-gigabyte-ab350m-gaming-3-ryzen-5-1600-fan-bundle-ga-ab350m-gaming-3-1600?mkwid=c_dc&pcrid=225873989408&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI2YD5gJ3-2wIVi2XTCh2j_ggEEAEYASADEgKuh_D_BwE
would this be worthwhile?
 

HakanSixx

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That sounds fair, I don't know much about processors either, is the one I picked the best 'bang for the buck'?

And also, I do want it so that I can upgrade it in the future(years to come) to make it better and better when I can fund it.
 

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