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I want to build a new gaming PC with a budget of $800

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So I live in Bangladesh in Asia.....So I listed the components below with their prices in my country......any suggestions....plz help me.i am a newbie...and have a budget of $800 ?

1)Amd ryzen 5 2600.........$238

2) Gigabyte GA-AB350.........$128

3)G-Skill DDR4 8GB 2400 BUS F4-2400CI5D-16GVR RIPJAWS V RAM....$90

4) Toshiba 1TB Sata Hard Drive.......$44

5)Galax GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

EXOC 4GB...........$207

6)500W PSU...........$50

7)Case.........$63

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Just now, HRDibbo said:

So I live in Bangladesh in Asia.....So I listed the components below with their prices in my country......any suggestions....plz help me.i am a newbie...and have a budget of $800 ?

1)Amd ryzen 5 2600x..........$238

2) Gigabyte GA-AB350.........$128

3)G-Skill DDR4 8GB 2400 BUS F4-2400CI5D-16GVR RIPJAWS V RAM....$90

4) Toshiba 1TB Sata Hard Drive.......$44

5)Galax GeForce GTX 1050 Time EXOC 4GB...........$207

6)500W PSU...........$50

7)Case.........$63

instead of going with the 2600x choose the 2600(non x) then you can use the extra money to buy a 1050 ti 

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2 minutes ago, HRDibbo said:

5)Galax GeForce GTX 1050 Time EXOC 4GB...........$207

Is that in US currency ?  207 dollar for  a 1050 non TI sounds criminal  

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Sorry I had a typing mistake bcuz of auto correct time is actually ti

 

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6 minutes ago, HRDibbo said:

So I live in Bangladesh in Asia.....So I listed the components below with their prices in my country......any suggestions....plz help me.i am a newbie...and have a budget of $800 ?

1)Amd ryzen 5 2600x..........$238

2) Gigabyte GA-AB350.........$128

3)G-Skill DDR4 8GB 2400 BUS F4-2400CI5D-16GVR RIPJAWS V RAM....$90

4) Toshiba 1TB Sata Hard Drive.......$44

5)Galax GeForce GTX 1050 Time EXOC 4GB...........$207

6)500W PSU...........$50

7)Case.........$63

At this prize point, you could consider going with AMD and a rx 580 8gig or 480 8gig, maybe go lower with the cpu to a 2600 or super budget 1600 and get a competent cooler like the Hyper 212 to get the non-x to a similar or better performance than the 2600x with overclocking.

And you definitily should go with 16gig ram

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1 minute ago, Klemmbrett said:

Is that in US currency ?  207 dollar for  a 1050 non TI sounds criminal  

Well that is the actual price in my country

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7 minutes ago, HRDibbo said:

So I live in Bangladesh in Asia.....So I listed the components below with their prices in my country......any suggestions....plz help me.i am a newbie...and have a budget of $800 ?

1)Amd ryzen 5 2600x..........$238

2) Gigabyte GA-AB350.........$128

3)G-Skill DDR4 8GB 2400 BUS F4-2400CI5D-16GVR RIPJAWS V RAM....$90

4) Toshiba 1TB Sata Hard Drive.......$44

5)Galax GeForce GTX 1050 Time EXOC 4GB...........$207

6)500W PSU...........$50

7)Case.........$63

Not sure of the prices in Asia so add a pinch of salt...

  • Get the non - X 2600 or even a 1600 to save some money.
  • If you can find faster ram in close proximity of the price do it
  • Make Sure Not to ridiculously cheap out on the power supply or else it may break easily
  • If you can find a RX 570 for the same price or cheaper defiantly go for that for it is a much better card
  • Can you get an SSD?

Can you please tell the price of a 570 for in America it is an insanely better deal

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Guys sorry made a mistake it should be ryzen 5 2600

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12 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

CPU.......$238

Asrock B450M Pro4 AMD Motherboard.......$110

Asus Dual series Radeon RX 580 OC edition 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card........$438
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16 minutes ago, DustierDolphin said:

Not sure of the prices in Asia so add a pinch of salt...

  • Get the non - X 2600 or even a 1600 to save some money.
  • If you can find faster ram in close proximity of the price do it
  • Make Sure Not to ridiculously cheap out on the power supply or else it may break easily
  • If you can find a RX 570 for the same price or cheaper defiantly go for that for it is a much better card
  • Can you get an SSD?

Can you please tell the price of a 570 for in America it is an insanely better deal

I actually meant non x ....so my bad

And can someone help me on how to understand which is a faster ram

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2 minutes ago, HRDibbo said:

Asrock B450M Pro4 AMD Motherboard.......$110

I would get it.

the 2600 is your way to go.

that 580 is really expensive, any other 580's there?

also, how much for 2×4 3000 mhz+ ram?

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Just now, LukeSavenije said:

I would get it.

the 2600 is your way to go.

that 580 is really expensive, any other 580's there?

also, how much for 2×4 3000 mhz+ ram?

No other 580 s here

One of the these Rams cost $85:

GEIL Evo Spear 8GB 3200 MHz RAM......

unfortunately there are no 4gb ram with 3000+mhz

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Just now, HRDibbo said:

No other 580 s here

One of the these Rams cost $85:

GEIL Evo Spear 8GB 3200 MHz RAM......

unfortunately there are no 4gb ram with 3000+mhz

He means 2 sticks of ram with 4gb each to add up to 8gb. Is there any RX Radeon Graphics cards? Don't worry too much about ram. If you can find a Ryzen 5 1600 that would save some money for you so you can buy a higher end graphics card.

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3 minutes ago, DustierDolphin said:

He means 2 sticks of ram with 4gb each to add up to 8gb. Is there any RX Radeon Graphics cards? Don't worry too much about ram. If you can find a Ryzen 5 1600 that would save some money for you so you can buy a higher end graphics card

But is ryzen 5 1600 vr compatible...btw could not find the GPU u suggested

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1 minute ago, HRDibbo said:

But is ryzen 5 1600 vr compatible

It is VR compatible, most games are graphics card dependent

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2 minutes ago, DustierDolphin said:

It is VR compatible, most games are graphics card dependent

K

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10 minutes ago, HRDibbo said:

But is ryzen 5 1600 vr compatible...btw could not find the GPU u suggested

Well unfortunately u can't upgrade to a better GPU if u have $10 increase in budget in Bangladesh, bcuz that is what the difference in price is between 2600 and 1600,so saving on CPU is of no use

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On 11/22/2018 at 9:34 PM, LukeSavenije said:

I would get it.

the 2600 is your way to go.

that 580 is really expensive, any other 580's there?

also, how much for 2×4 3000 mhz+ ram?

The 580 OC costs $400 now

 

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2 minutes ago, HRDibbo said:

The 580 OC costs $400 now

 

msi armor? that's a scam. any second hand market material that's interesting over there?

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