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I am planing to buy a mid / low range gaming PC. but I am confuse about the Processor ,  motherboard and PSU.
what should i buy Ryzen 5 4560G or Ryzen 5 4600G or Ryzen 5 3400G
and which motherboard should buy B450M or A520 motherboard ?
which should PSU should I buy Cooler master 300 watt or Corsair 450 watt ?

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Get b450 or preferably a b550 and  possibly a 5600g if your budget allows for it it’s just a little more than a 4600g but if not then a 4600g

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13 hours ago, 4PcBuilder said:

Get b450 or preferably a b550 and  possibly a 5600g if your budget allows for it it’s just a little more than a 4600g but if not then a 4600g

I only can afford the product which i listed . ok thanks for the suggestion

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12 hours ago, Ryuikko said:

Budget? Country? Uses?

Country :   Bangladesh

I only can afford the product which i listed i will use for low end gaming and other staff

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12 minutes ago, Md z said:

only can afford the product which i listed i will use for low end gaming and other staff

Not exactly a budget but between all the choices the 4600g and the b450 would be the most ideal

The exact mobo would be useful since I'd rather have an a520 with good vrm cooling then a b450 with terrible vrm cooling 

If there has to be a tradeoff, I'd get the 4560g since iirc ryzens igpus don't degrade in the lower end models of the same series

 

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Don't forget 3600MHz memory for Vega APU. You could be losing valuable FPS with 3200MHz

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11 hours ago, Ryuikko said:

Not exactly a budget but between all the choices the 4600g and the b450 would be the most ideal

The exact mobo would be useful since I'd rather have an a520 with good vrm cooling then a b450 with terrible vrm cooling 

If there has to be a tradeoff, I'd get the 4560g since iirc ryzens igpus don't degrade in the lower end models of the same series

 

how do i know which motherboard has a good vrm cooling

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11 hours ago, venomtail said:

Don't forget 3600MHz memory for Vega APU. You could be losing valuable FPS with 3200MHz

can't get 3600 mhz because I have reach my budget reach it is limit

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9 minutes ago, Md z said:

how do i know which motherboard has a good vrm cooling

If it looks like this 1477831489_06c83993f13e65431b816b259ad68912.16002.jpg.c02db43e82a27194f36568b203d3f4ef.jpg

Then it dosent have vrm cooling and it's not ideal. If it looks like this 

55211898_e63a636be0dce3cb2410f210c10f63ae.16002.jpg.3ee58cdeb2a6bd349a9075135dcf718f.jpg

Then it has vrm cooling and is more ideal. Ryzen is pretty good at having mobos that are super cheap with pretty reasonable vrm cooling, better than intel at least 

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14 minutes ago, Ryuikko said:

If it looks like this 1477831489_06c83993f13e65431b816b259ad68912.16002.jpg.c02db43e82a27194f36568b203d3f4ef.jpg

Then it dosent have vrm cooling and it's not ideal. If it looks like this 

55211898_e63a636be0dce3cb2410f210c10f63ae.16002.jpg.3ee58cdeb2a6bd349a9075135dcf718f.jpg

Then it has vrm cooling and is more ideal. Ryzen is pretty good at having mobos that are super cheap with pretty reasonable vrm cooling, better than intel at least 

oh thanks for the information . but in my budget most of the motherboard don't have vrm cooling . Gigabyte B450M S2h has only one side Vrm cooling only other motherboard like MSI Asrock and Asus don't have VRM cooling in cheap motherboard

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