Question Really Need experienced opinion on my Rig

Apr 26, 2020
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Hi
I am short in the budget although I like to play games like 15 hours a day for the year 2020/2021 and if possible 2022.
I can only afford MAX $700 excluding Monitor+keyboard+ Mouse+ UPS!!!!!!

My present planning of building my PC is (Please keep in mind- u can change 100% of my choices as you guys are the best)

CPU: Ryzen 5 3600
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200 C16 2 X8GB
SSD: Gigabyte m.2 256 ssd
PSU: Cooler Master

Motherboard: I REALLY NEED HELP FROM YOU
GPU: I REALLY NEED HELP FROM YOU

I need help for selecting the GPU ( AMD Radeon sapphire nitro + 580 graphics card -8 GB / Nvidia GTX 1660 S-6 GB/ or any recommendations from You) & a Motherboard.

Please keep in mind my Budget!!!!!!!!

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!
 

Ralston18

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Start with the following links:

https://www.tomshardware.com/features/under-500-budget-pc-build-2019

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-gaming-desktops,5198.html

And you can google for similar Tom's links via searches using "best gaming pc 2020 tom's hardware budget" or similar words and phrasing.

The budget may be bit limiting but if you can read about and get a sense of the necessary trade-offs then there should be some build that will meet your requirements.

Or someone else may just provide a direct make, model, specs recommendation. I have no problem with that.

You do need to consider adding/including another drive for storage/data.

And be very aware of the build's power requirements. Do not skimp on the PSU; not wattage, not quality.

If you game as intended the PSU will very likely reach its' designed EOL (End of Life) far sooner than most users will experience.
 
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How is this specification :
CPURyzen 3500X
GPUZotac Gaming Geforce GTX 1660S
PSUThermal Tech Light Power 550W
MOBOMSI B450 morter max
RamPatriot Viper Steel 8 GB DDR 3200MHZ
RamPatriot Viper Steel 8 GB DDR 3200MHZ
Monitor21.5 Samsung
SSD2.5 SSD
HDDSegate Internal Baracuda 1 TB
CastingAntec 210 NX
 

Ralston18

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I am moving away from HDD's and using 2 SSD's.

Take a closer look at the power requirements for the GPU.

Suggestion:

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-psus,4229.html

With heavy gaming as you intend you need a quality PSU.

And consider if you wish to have Integrated Graphics. If the GPU fails at least you will have some graphic capabilities to stay operational.

Compare your Rig's hardware configuration against the recommended hardware specs for the games you play.
 

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