Build Advice Need help picking parts.

Nov 26, 2020
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I was thinking of getting a budget gaming PC and i could use some help picking parts. From what i've seen, the best GPU i can get for my buck seems to be the RX 570 (closest price-wise is the GTX 1650). As for other parts, i'm at a loss. I'd like to spend as little as possible on parts without compromising performance. Note: i live in South America.
 

Zerk2012

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I was thinking of getting a budget gaming PC and i could use some help picking parts. From what i've seen, the best GPU i can get for my buck seems to be the RX 570 (closest price-wise is the GTX 1650). As for other parts, i'm at a loss. I'd like to spend as little as possible on parts without compromising performance. Note: i live in South America.
What country, what will the PC be used for, what is as little as possible.
 
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what will the PC be used for, what is as little as possible.
"As little as possible" would be... well, not an actual number (sorry). I have somewhat of a flexible budget in mind where i don't want to spend too little and get something that performs poorly, but also not something that'll cost me a lot and i won't be able to make full use of. Probably won't upgrade it for the next 18 months unless parts with better value come along. And like i said, i'm thinking of getting an RX 570 for a GPU.

As for "what for?", well pretty much only gaming. I'm not interested in a huge leap in perfomance from previous-gen consoles, i'm just looking for something that'll comfortably run current games at 1080p at about 60 FPS. I just want a computer to play some games on, hence why i'm not looking to invest much on it.
 

Zerk2012

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"As little as possible" would be... well, not an actual number (sorry). I have somewhat of a flexible budget in mind where i don't want to spend too little and get something that performs poorly, but also not something that'll cost me a lot and i won't be able to make full use of. Probably won't upgrade it for the next 18 months unless parts with better value come along. And like i said, i'm thinking of getting an RX 570 for a GPU.

As for "what for?", well pretty much only gaming. I'm not interested in a huge leap in perfomance from previous-gen consoles, i'm just looking for something that'll comfortably run current games at 1080p at about 60 FPS. I just want a computer to play some games on, hence why i'm not looking to invest much on it.
You left off the country you live in prices and parts availability very a lot depending on where you live.
 

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