Question I need a good pc for 500 euros or less suggestions?

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I would like to buy a new pc but i need a good pc that will run games like csgo fortnite minecraft and beam ng drive and live for a while ideas?
 
Sep 18, 2019
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do you have a computer now? any parts that could be reused? do you need everything, mouse monitor, keyboard or just the PC? what country are you in?
i am using a laptop that is semi good
no there are no parts since this is a laptop and i want to sell it
i will have another 100 for monitor
i have a keyboard and mouse
i am in lithuania
 

R_1

Judicious
Herald
for your consideration. used Finland as its the closest that PCPartPicker has an option for that uses Euro's

PCPartPicker Part List

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2400G 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor (€149.00 @ Jimm's)
Motherboard: ASRock B450M-HDV R4.0 Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (€67.90 @ Jimm's)
Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory (€56.00 @ Jimm's)
Storage: Kingston A400 240 GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive (€34.00 @ Jimm's)
Storage: Toshiba 1 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (€44.90 @ Jimm's)
Case: Zalman ZM-T4 MicroATX Mini Tower Case (€35.00 @ Jimm's)
Power Supply: SeaSonic S12II 520 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply (€62.90 @ Jimm's)
Monitor: AOC E2460SH 24.0" 1920x1080 60 Hz Monitor (€129.00 @ Jimm's)
Total: €578.70
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-12-07 20:38 CET+0100


included a monitor. motherboard will support upgrade to higher ryzen 2 and even ryzen 3 series CPU's. has a decent iGPU and a more powerful one can be added later if needed without replacing anything. SSD and HDD for speed and storage. PSU has a 5 year warranty and is a known performer.
 
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Sep 18, 2019
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for your consideration. used Finland as its the closest that PCPartPicker has an option for that uses Euro's

PCPartPicker Part List

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2400G 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor (€149.00 @ Jimm's)
Motherboard: ASRock B450M-HDV R4.0 Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (€67.90 @ Jimm's)
Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory (€56.00 @ Jimm's)
Storage: Kingston A400 240 GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive (€34.00 @ Jimm's)
Storage: Toshiba 1 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (€44.90 @ Jimm's)
Case: Zalman ZM-T4 MicroATX Mini Tower Case (€35.00 @ Jimm's)
Power Supply: SeaSonic S12II 520 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply (€62.90 @ Jimm's)
Monitor: AOC E2460SH 24.0" 1920x1080 60 Hz Monitor (€129.00 @ Jimm's)
Total: €578.70
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-12-07 20:38 CET+0100


included a monitor. motherboard will support upgrade to higher ryzen 2 and even ryzen 3 series CPU's. has a decent iGPU and a more powerful one can be added later if needed without replacing anything. SSD and HDD for speed and storage. PSU has a 5 year warranty and is a known performer.
oh you included a monitor too
 
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for your consideration. used Finland as its the closest that PCPartPicker has an option for that uses Euro's

PCPartPicker Part List

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2400G 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor (€149.00 @ Jimm's)
Motherboard: ASRock B450M-HDV R4.0 Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (€67.90 @ Jimm's)
Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory (€56.00 @ Jimm's)
Storage: Kingston A400 240 GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive (€34.00 @ Jimm's)
Storage: Toshiba 1 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (€44.90 @ Jimm's)
Case: Zalman ZM-T4 MicroATX Mini Tower Case (€35.00 @ Jimm's)
Power Supply: SeaSonic S12II 520 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply (€62.90 @ Jimm's)
Monitor: AOC E2460SH 24.0" 1920x1080 60 Hz Monitor (€129.00 @ Jimm's)
Total: €578.70
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-12-07 20:38 CET+0100


included a monitor. motherboard will support upgrade to higher ryzen 2 and even ryzen 3 series CPU's. has a decent iGPU and a more powerful one can be added later if needed without replacing anything. SSD and HDD for speed and storage. PSU has a 5 year warranty and is a known performer.
I am a bit nervous about the intergrated gpu tho
 

WildCard999

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I am a bit nervous about the intergrated gpu tho
The Vega 11 is one of the best iGPU's currently so unless you can find something maybe used that's better then the GT 1030 (equivalent to Vega 11 iGPU) then it's really your only choice without sacrificing for a lower end CPU. Also it does support Freesync so if you can find a Freesync monitor it will help with some FPS dips.
 

R_1

Judicious
Herald
for the gist, the general idea, results will vary.
https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GT-1030-vs-AMD-RX-Vega-11-Ryzen-iGPU/m283726vsm401440
the integrated GPU is pretty darned good. I was solely governed by the budget, if possible 16GB would be suggested to help more with the GPU (shares system memory).
I checked here for fortnite and minecraft, again for the general idea
https://www.userbenchmark.com/PCGame/FPS-Estimates-Fortnite/3954/401440.0.0.0.0
 
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R_1

Judicious
Herald
if you can turn a screwdriver you can assemble the system. watch a few youtube videos to familiarize yourself with the steps involved with assembly. pretty much everything is tab A, slot B kind of thing. the community is here is you have any questions pre, during, or post assembly.
here is something to help you out

Assembly grounding:
plug in the power supply to the wall. you can touch an unpainted part of the PSU (insert an unpainted unfinished screw into the PSU mounting holes and touch the screw as a grounding point) once you have grounded yourself you can now touch and assemble the parts of the PC.
if you move your feet, or shuffle in your chair, reground yourself again.
install the CPU into the motherboard and the RAM into the slots.
if you move your feet, or shuffle in your chair, reground yourself again.
install the cooler to the CPU. install the motherboard into the case.
secure the motherboard down with the screws, make sure you remove any unwanted/needed mounts before securing the motherboard.
unplug the PSU and ground yourself again. install the PSU into the case and secure with the 4 mounting screws.
plug in the power cord and ground yourself again from now on after grounding, unplug the power supply cord from the wall.
if you move your feet, or shuffle in your chair, plug in the cord, reground yourself and unplug again.
connect the power supply to the motherboard by the 24 pin and the AUX CPU power connector, install the GPU if one is selected, and install the drives with the supplied mounts in the case. connect the front panel connections to the case according to the manuals.
if you move your feet, or shuffle in your chair, plug in the cord, reground yourself and unplug again.
if there are any other peripherals, like wifi cards or sound card install and secure now. verify all power cables are connected to the motherboard and the GPU if needed.
the system can now be booted and the BIOS adjusted if needed (refer to motherboard manual) then an OS installed. when you are sure the system will need no more working/tinkering you can install the side panel and close the case. you have now assembled a PC.
end canned rant

now that you know how to ground yourself and have a rough idea of the steps your halfway there. videos, learn the steps read the mobo manual, turn a screwdriver, enjoy the system.
its not that easy but it also is.
 

julienruc

Respectable
I found a Lithuanian website: https://www.1a.lt/

So I came up with this build for you:
Ryzen 5 2600
https://www.1a.lt/p/amd-ryzen-5-2600-3-4ghz-16mb-w-wraith-stealth-cooler-box-yd2600bbafbox/c07?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Asrock B450m HDV
https://www.1a.lt/p/asrock-b450m-hdv-r4-0/57sn?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x4Gb 300Mhz
https://www.1a.lt/p/corsair-vengeance-lpx-black-8gb-3000mhz-cl16-ddr4-kit-of-2-cmk8gx4m2c3000c16/luz?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Adata SU630 240Gb SSD
https://www.1a.lt/p/adata-su630-240gb-ssd-2-5inch-sata3-520-450-mb-s-3d-qlc-nand/5fhl?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Asrock RX 570 8Gb
https://www.1a.lt/p/asrock-radeon-rx-570-phantom-gaming-d-oc-8gb-gddr5-pcie-90-ga0n00-00uanf/cs4?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Cooler Master MWE 450w Bronze
https://www.1a.lt/p/cooler-master-mwe-bronze-450-450w-mpx-4501-acaab-eu/7337?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Aerocool PC Case
https://www.1a.lt/p/aerocool-pc-case-cylon-mini-rgb-black/13dj?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode

Monitor Options (Depending on preferences Screen Size vs Response Rate vs IPS vs no-IPS)
https://www.1a.lt/p/samsung-ls24f354fhuxen/78a6?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
https://www.1a.lt/p/monitorius-benq-gl2580h/4hj?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
https://www.1a.lt/p/monitorius-lg-24mk430h-b-23-8/3tpm?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode

I did this build in order to fit your budget. I would say this is the minimum if you want to build a finished gaming PC. There is only a 240Gb SSD but you can always simply add more storage in the future when you have more money and buy this:
https://www.1a.lt/p/seagate-barracuda-2tb-7200rpm-sataiii-256mb-st2000dm008/lud?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode

Keep in mind that this is the good thing about PC vs Laptop! You can just change 1 part that you need in the future. Also, you can just stay with a 240Gb SSD and add more storage in the future when you have more money.

Although for that same reason, I would also suggest going for a Ryzen 5 2400G like @R_1 suggested if you can. Why? Because, even if the Vega 11 integrated graphics is just enough for the games you play, it would be nice to just wait and save an extra 50-100Euros to go from an RX570 --> to a GTX1660 Super or 1660Ti.

As for building it yourself or not. Keep in mind if you ask someone to build it for you, you will have to pay him. So that will also take from your budget. You speak very good English, so like me you can learn to build a computer from Youtube Videos. There are A LOT of videos on Youtube on how to build your own PC. Just take your time and everything will be okay. It took me 2-3 hours the first time because I kept looking at different videos and reading the motherboard manual to see which cable connects where. But after you did it once, you realize that it's not very hard. It's frustrating at first but it's fun in the end, especially when you upgrade it. But the best part is that in the future when you buy more storage, or upgrade your RAM, or change your GPU; you can do it yourself!

Anyways, let me know what you think and let us know what you decide to go for in the end!
 
Sep 18, 2019
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I found a Lithuanian website: https://www.1a.lt/

So I came up with this build for you:
Ryzen 5 2600
https://www.1a.lt/p/amd-ryzen-5-2600-3-4ghz-16mb-w-wraith-stealth-cooler-box-yd2600bbafbox/c07?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Asrock B450m HDV
https://www.1a.lt/p/asrock-b450m-hdv-r4-0/57sn?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x4Gb 300Mhz
https://www.1a.lt/p/corsair-vengeance-lpx-black-8gb-3000mhz-cl16-ddr4-kit-of-2-cmk8gx4m2c3000c16/luz?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Adata SU630 240Gb SSD
https://www.1a.lt/p/adata-su630-240gb-ssd-2-5inch-sata3-520-450-mb-s-3d-qlc-nand/5fhl?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Asrock RX 570 8Gb
https://www.1a.lt/p/asrock-radeon-rx-570-phantom-gaming-d-oc-8gb-gddr5-pcie-90-ga0n00-00uanf/cs4?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Cooler Master MWE 450w Bronze
https://www.1a.lt/p/cooler-master-mwe-bronze-450-450w-mpx-4501-acaab-eu/7337?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
Aerocool PC Case
https://www.1a.lt/p/aerocool-pc-case-cylon-mini-rgb-black/13dj?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode

Monitor Options (Depending on preferences Screen Size vs Response Rate vs IPS vs no-IPS)
https://www.1a.lt/p/samsung-ls24f354fhuxen/78a6?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
https://www.1a.lt/p/monitorius-benq-gl2580h/4hj?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode
https://www.1a.lt/p/monitorius-lg-24mk430h-b-23-8/3tpm?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode

I did this build in order to fit your budget. I would say this is the minimum if you want to build a finished gaming PC. There is only a 240Gb SSD but you can always simply add more storage in the future when you have more money and buy this:
https://www.1a.lt/p/seagate-barracuda-2tb-7200rpm-sataiii-256mb-st2000dm008/lud?mtd=search&pos=regular&src=searchnode

Keep in mind that this is the good thing about PC vs Laptop! You can just change 1 part that you need in the future. Also, you can just stay with a 240Gb SSD and add more storage in the future when you have more money.

Although for that same reason, I would also suggest going for a Ryzen 5 2400G like @R_1 suggested if you can. Why? Because, even if the Vega 11 integrated graphics is just enough for the games you play, it would be nice to just wait and save an extra 50-100Euros to go from an RX570 --> to a GTX1660 Super or 1660Ti.

As for building it yourself or not. Keep in mind if you ask someone to build it for you, you will have to pay him. So that will also take from your budget. You speak very good English, so like me you can learn to build a computer from Youtube Videos. There are A LOT of videos on Youtube on how to build your own PC. Just take your time and everything will be okay. It took me 2-3 hours the first time because I kept looking at different videos and reading the motherboard manual to see which cable connects where. But after you did it once, you realize that it's not very hard. It's frustrating at first but it's fun in the end, especially when you upgrade it. But the best part is that in the future when you buy more storage, or upgrade your RAM, or change your GPU; you can do it yourself!

Anyways, let me know what you think and let us know what you decide to go for in the end!
i might get extra christmas money for a gpu i guess
 
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Guys thank you for your support and i recently got a new one (waiting for monitor to ship)

Specs of all know:
Intel core i3-9100f
rx 580 8 gb
240 gb ssd
1tb hdd
 

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