Build Advice Help with budget Ryzen build

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Hello, I am building a PC for my friend, and it has been years, since I've been looking into computer parts because I've built mine and have been continuously upgrading.

Would anyone be able to help me build a $700-$800 ryzen build?

Friend already has a monitor keyboard and mouse.

I just have no knowledge of building a budget PC build anymore.

He is just wanting to use it to play PUBG.
 

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Hello, I am building a PC for my friend, and it has been years, since I've been looking into computer parts because I've built mine and have been continuously upgrading.

Would anyone be able to help me build a $700-$800 ryzen build?

Friend already has a monitor keyboard and mouse.

I just have no knowledge of building a budget PC build anymore.

He is just wanting to use it to play PUBG.
Hello there!!
I've made a part list from both Intel and AMD haven't included GPU as the prices have really skyrocketed even 1650 super which were sold at $170 are sold for $250 and you gotta get a case as well, so imo get the Intel build the value is awesome. The few bucks saved could get better GPU
This is the Ryzen build;
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/FL7P9N

Intel build;
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/rZQ7y4

Ps: You could go for 1TB hdd and save some bucks if you feel 2TB is alot, don't change the SSD at all 1TB SSD for $85 is amazing you can also consider getting HDD later. Also 2TB hdd is a great value for some bucks more you get double storage.

GPU
https://www.newegg.com/zotac-geforce-gtx-1660-zt-t16600k-10m/p/N82E16814500480
 
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Hello there!!
I've made a part list from both Intel and AMD haven't included GPU as the prices have really skyrocketed even 1650 super which were sold at $170 are sold for $250 and you gotta get a case as well, so imo get the Intel build the value is awesome. The few bucks saved could get better GPU
This is the Ryzen build;
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/FL7P9N

Intel build;
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/rZQ7y4

Ps: You could go for 1TB hdd and save some bucks if you feel 2TB is alot, don't change the SSD at all 1TB SSD for $85 is amazing you can also consider getting HDD later. Also 2TB hdd is a great value for some bucks more you get double storage.
Thank you! I can use that for my previous question. I would like to use 4.4 GHz RAM though, which will bring the price up a little.
 

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Thank you! I can use that for my previous question. I would like to use 4.4 GHz RAM though, which will bring the price up a little.
I agree with @Nemesia said don't get 4400Mhz ram not worth going above 3600Mhz if you want a good memory get a kit of 3600Mhz Cl16,also instead of higher speed memory get higher capacity memory (32GB) with either 3200/3600Mhz ram Cl16
 
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