Gaming PC Build for $1000 – A Budget Gamers Wet Dream

Gaming PC Build for the Ultimate Budget Gamer

The definition of a budget is different for everyone but I feel one should save and spend at least $1000 for a great Gaming PC Build. To be honest, I am not an AMD fan but the Ryzen 5 2600 is a beast and offers a lot for less. It’s only because I wanted a value for money Gaming PC Build I chose AMD.  Don’t worry,  AMD has proven itself over the years and its always hard for an Intel Fanboy to try AMD.

Now that your old pc has become obselete, its the right time to upgrade.I have made sure to include everything under $1000* i.e A monitor, keyboard, mouse, headphone and a gaming mousepad. (Prices are subject to change).  It took me a lot of effort to research and get you the best stuff. If you buy using the below links, It will help support this blog at no cost to you. Here is a photo of my PC build. Its assembled on Aug 1st 2019.

Gaming PC Build

Processor

AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz 6-Core Processor 

Gamin PC Build

Amazon discounted Link – https://amzn.to/2YOIEJw

Motherboard

MSI B450 TOMAHAWK ATX AM4 Motherboard

MSI B450 TOMAHAWK ATX AM4 Motherboard

Amazon discounted Link – https://amzn.to/2xHEbwi

Graphics Card

GeForce Rtx 2060

GeForce Rtx 2060

Ram

G.Skill Ripjaws V 16GB

Or buy a HyperX fury 2666 Mhz

Gskill ram

SSD

Crucial MX500

Kingston A400

ssd

Gaming Case

Fractal Design FD-CA-Focus-GY-W  or DeepCool MATREXX 55 Case 

Phanteks P350x

Phanteks P350x

Power Supply / PSU

EVGA 650 Bq, 80+ Bronze 650W, Semi Modular

Corsair CX Series 550 Modular

24inch Gaming  Monitor

Acer XFA240 – or  BenQ Zowie XL2411P

24inch Gaming  Monitor

Gaming mouse

Redragon M711 Cobra

Gaming Mouse

Gaming Keyboard

Redragon K552-R or  Tecware Phantom 87 Key

Gaming Headset

NUBWO Gaming headsets

gaming headphone

Mouse Pad

YEBMoo Extra Large Gaming Mouse Pads

mousepad

Important: If you are short of $1000, then its better to wait than choosing a lower end graphic card like the Gtx 1660ti or getting a cheap motherboard. You don’t have to add RGB fans, replace the stock cooler at the time of your build, you can add those later when you have money. I have been gaming using my AMD stock cooler and its perfectly fine. Just make sure your case has good airflow.

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Author: Anish Sangamam

My bio goes beyond Studies, More precisely, I am a Part time blogger. My mission is simple, To connect with people and to help them.

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