Question New Budget Gaming PC Build

Jan 27, 2021
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Hi Friends,
I am planning to build Budget Gaming PC, from my research I have gathered below suitable config within my budget. Please share your reviews and suggest will it work or anything i should change.

I am not techie so please correct if I am wrong-

Intel Core i5-6th Gen $125 (Pre owned)
GTX 1650 $240 (New)
Corsair Vengeance DDR4 16GB - $60 (Pre owned)
NVMe PCIe 240GB - $55 (Pre owned)
1TB Seagate - $70 (New)
Tower case with power $100 (pre owned)
MSI Z390-A PRO - $150 (New)

Price are in AUD and pre owned are from CEX/Marketplace

Please suggest if that will work for Entry level gaming. Thanks
 

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Hi Friends,
I am planning to build Budget Gaming PC, from my research I have gathered below suitable config within my budget. Please share your reviews and suggest will it work or anything i should change.

I am not techie so please correct if I am wrong-

Intel Core i5-6th Gen $125 (Pre owned)
GTX 1650 $240 (New)
Corsair Vengeance DDR4 16GB - $60 (Pre owned)
NVMe PCIe 240GB - $55 (Pre owned)
1TB Seagate - $70 (New)
Tower case with power $100 (pre owned)
MSI Z390-A PRO - $150 (New)

Price are in AUD and pre owned are from CEX/Marketplace

Please suggest if that will work for Entry level gaming. Thanks
Hello there!!
It's great that you reached out as the components you have decided aren't compatible.The mobo won't support that cpu as they both have different sockets. Also would like to know what type of games are you planning to play at what resolution and what's your overall budget?
Imo the following build should be your framework don't go for used power supply and ssd especially under 250GB if you have any queries just ask
https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/KdmW68
Ps:I haven't included a case feel free to get whatever but just inform so that they are compatible.
 

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