Gaming build is undoubtedly a significant investment, and we need to make sure that the hardware we are getting will fulfill our requirements for at least a couple of years in the future.
Some users don’t care about the budget; the only thing they demand is the most expensive and powerful hardware in the market.
While most users, are conscious of the budget and search for the best value product at a very affordable cost.
We’ve made this guide for those who own $1500 bucks in their pocket but are still confused about buying their gaming or streaming build.
We researched, selected several components, compared their price and performance, and picked these for the best gaming pc under $1500.
You can consider getting the main components like the motherboard, processor, and graphics card while the rest of the components depend upon your budget.
Also, it depends if you prefer aesthetics on your build or looking for performance. Before starting the components list, you need to know a couple of things before buying any gaming build, so let’s start with them first.
Best Gaming PC Under $1500 – The Components List
Some of the significant components in any computer are the processor, motherboard, and graphics cards.
Simultaneously, the least important one with which you can save some money is the disk drives, power supply units (don’t go with cheap models), or the casing and cooling fans. They allow you to save some money and invest that in other significant components that directly affect the frame rates.
|Hard Disk Drive (HDD)|
|Solid State Drive (SSD)|
First up, here we have the processor, and the processor we chose for this gaming PC under $1500 is the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU.
There we’ve got a couple of options, including the Ryzen 5 3600x and some others from Intel, but I found this one giving the best value for its price. Apart from that, modern games demand eight cores or more so this processor will be best for our build for at least two or more years.
Third-generation Ryzen CPUs made a big entrance in the CPU market when they were released, and AMD did not disappoint their fans with their Zen 2 architecture.
The third-generation Ryzen CPUs feature higher clock speeds along with more cores than their previous first and second-generation CPUs, which has helped the Ryzen 7 3700X CPU to be one of the best CPUs for gaming.
Ryzen 7 3700X is perfectly capable of handling gaming as well as 3D rendering or video encoding etc.
|Max Boost Clock||Up to 4.4GHz|
|Cache||L1 Cache: 512KB L2 Cache: 4MB L3 Cache: 32MB|
|PCI Express Version||PCIe 4.0 x16|
|Max Temperature||95 °C|
If you’re wondering whether the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU is worth the money you will be paying for it, then the answer is, “Yes, it is!” The Zen 2 architecture that the Ryzen 7 3700X is based on is smaller, better, and faster than AMD’s previous Zen and Zen+ architectures.
The increased single-core performance of the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU is enough to give it the upper hand over the AMD’s third-generation Ryzen 5 processors, and it even provides performance that is up to the mark when compared with the Intel Core i7-9700k.
The main reason why we picked the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU for this PC build is its price-to-performance ratio. The AMD Ryzen 7 3700X has a total of 8 cores and 16 threads with a base clock speed of 3.6GHz, which is more than enough for gaming at ultra-graphics settings.
Even though, in gaming, the Intel Core i7-9700k performs a little bit better. Still, on the other hand, the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU is significantly cheaper than the Intel Core i7-9700k, and such a small performance difference at a substantially lower price is amazing.
The AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU will be able to handle all of the games at ultra-graphics settings easily. You will also be able to stream quite easily, and you will also be able to experience VR.
All that you need to do to have all of this is to pair the Ryzen 7 3700X with a decent GPU, and the GPU we chose for this build that we will be going through will easily be able to provide you with such performance.
We did not select an after-market CPU cooler to save some money. Since the AMD Ryzen, 7 3700X comes with an AMD Wraith Prism CPU cooler, which is more than enough to keep the temperature of the Ryzen 7 3700X CPU in check, and it also has RGB lighting, so it does add a little bit of flash to your PC build.
The motherboard that we chose for this gaming PC for under $1500 is the ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi).
You don’t need to be very specific with this model, but try getting at least an x570 chipset for this processor from any vendor you like. These boards will support future processors and offer outstanding performance with the one we have on our list.
The X570 chipset for AMD has seen an increase in price, but it is an excellent option for our PC build without going over our $1500 budget.
You may know that the PCI Express 4.0 is a bit expensive, but it is worth the expense, and the X570 chipset has the PCI Express 4.0. The PCI Express 4.0 is an excellent feature to utilize because the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU that we are using in this PC build does support and use the PCI Express 4.0, which will provide the users with a much better speed.
Since the PCI Express 3.0 provides the users with a bandwidth of 32GB/s, while on the other hand, the PCI Express 4.0 provides the users with a bandwidth of 64GB/s, which is a huge difference, especially for the NVMe storage.
|CPU Socket||AMD AM4 Socket 2nd and 1st Generation AMD Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics AMD Ryzen 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen 3rd Generation|
|Memory||4 x DDR4 slots Maximum 128GB|
|Storage||2 x M.2 8 x SATA III|
|Multi-GPU Support||AMD CrossFireX|
|Expansion Slots||2 x PCIe x1 2 x PCIe x16|
|Rear I/O panel||1 x DisplayPort, 1 x HDMI 1 x PS/2 3 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports (1 x Type-C, 2 x Type-A) 4 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports 1 x Ethernet port (RJ45) 5 x Audio Jacks 1 x Optical S/PDIF out|
|Form Factor||ATX Form Factor|
The ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) motherboard has all of the features that the X570 chipset has to offer, along with the excellent build quality that the ASUS TUF series of motherboards has to offer.
The ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) motherboard provides enthusiasts with reliable performance at a reasonable price for the features it has to offer, which makes this motherboard a very good option for a motherboard in this 1500$ gaming pc.
The ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) motherboard offers a good amount of USB ports, SATA ports, etc. It not only has good performance, but it also has a good design. The motherboard itself is black, and there are some silver lines across the board and the M.2 heatsink.
The ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) motherboard will be able to provide the enthusiasts with all of the latest features like the USB Type-C port, RGB lighting, Wi-Fi, etc., and stable build quality.
At the same time, it has a reasonable price, which makes it a really good choice to go for in this gaming PC build.
The GPU that we chose for this gaming PC under $1500 is AMD’s XFX RX 5700 XT Thicc III Ultra 8GB. The performance of this graphics card is no different than the RTX 2070 Super, but you are going to miss the RealTime Ray Tracing and DLSS for saving some money.
The AMD Radeon RX 5700-series GPUs are based on the same Navi GPU and are manufactured on TSMC’s 7nm FinFET process. It is confirmed that the AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT utilizes a fully enabled version of the Navi GPU.
|Memory Size||8 GB|
|Bus Type||PCIe 4.0|
|Base Clock Speed||1810MHz|
|Boost Clock Speed||1935MHz – Game Clock Up to 2025MHz|
|Video Output||3 x DisplayPort 1 x HDMI|
|Power||2 x 8-pin|
|Minimum Power Supply Required||600 W|
The main reason why we chose the AMD’s XFX Radeon RX 5700 XT Thicc III Ultra 8GB GPU model is that the XFX RX 5700 XT Thicc III Ultra 8GB GPU is the fastest, thickest, customized model GPU of the AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT based GPU.
This GPU takes the Radeon RX 5700 XT GPU to its maximum performance while keeping the temperatures in check.
The reference card AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT has a base clock of 1605MHz while the game clock speed is of 1755MHz and the highest boost clock speed is of 1905MHz, whereas the XFX Radeon RX 5700 XT Thicc III Ultra has a base clock speed of 1810MHz while the game clock speed is of 1935MHz and the highest boost clock speed is of 2025MHz.
As the XFX Radeon RX 5700 XT Thicc III Ultra 8GB GPU has GDDR6 memory type running at 14GHz, this provides 448GB/sec memory bandwidth.
It is a bit power hungry GPU as it requires two 8-pin power connectors, but XFX recommends that you use a 600W power supply at least, which is quite reasonable. However, it will produce a little bit more heat, but the triple fan design will be able to keep the temperatures in check. For video output, this GPU has one HDMI port and three DisplayPorts.
The XFX RX 5700 XT Thicc III Ultra 8GB GPU takes the Radeon RX 5700 XT GPU and adds faster performance while it also keeps the temperatures in check.
The XFX RX 5700 XT Thicc III Ultra 8GB GPU does not have a high price for it. At the same time, it performs well, and its performance is up to the mark when compared to the Nvidia RTX 2070 and that too at a significantly lower price, which makes it a very good choice for this High-End Gaming PC under $1500.
For the PC case to house every hardware component, we chose the Corsair Carbide SPEC-OMEGA Mid-Tower Gaming Case, Tempered Glass.
The Carbide series of PC cases from Corsair were all pretty linear designs until quite recently. The SPEC designation was brought by Corsair’s range of PC cases, where lighting, angles, and aggressive designs have come out to play.
In the newer PC cases that have been made available, there has to be at least one PC case that will fit anyone’s needs. Especially, with the advancements made to the PC cases with the RGB lighting as well.
|Dimensions||495mm x 232mm x 516mm|
|Drive Bays||3 x 3.5 inches 2 x 2.5 inches|
|Max GPU Length||370mm|
|Max CPU Cooler Height||170mm|
|Max PSU Length||200mm|
|Max Number of Fans and Radiators||Front: 3 x 120mm fans Or 2 x 140mm fans Up to 360mm Radiator Top: 2 x 120mm fans Or 2 x 140mm fans Rear: 1 x 120mm fan Or 1 x 120mm Radiator|
|Front I/O Ports||Power button 2 USB 3.1 Type-A ports 1 x headphone jack 1 x microphone jack|
The Corsair Carbide SPEC-OMEGA Mid-Tower, Tempered Glass PC case has quite a bit going for it.
The option of three different colors for the PC case as well as bright colors, angles, good ventilation, and a good amount of features on the inside of the PC case.
This case can hold a GPU that has a maximum length of 370mm, a PSU that has a maximum length of 200mm, and a CPU cooler that has a maximum height of 170mm.
On the rear side of the PC case, we have seven expansion slots. On the inside of the PC case, we can mount up to three 3.5 inches drives and up to two 2.5 inches drives as well.
While this PC case is mostly black colored, however, you do have the choice to go for the one with white highlights, red highlights, or black on black.
On the left side of the PC case, it has a nice tempered glass which will give a peek at the hardware components on the inside of the case and add to your PC build a little more bling as the PC case also has RGB lighting in the cutout on the front of the PC case.
One of the main reasons why we chose this PC case is because of the features it provides to house all of your hardware components as well as it has some nice RGB action going on the front of the PC case and it also has tempered glass on the side.
This PC case can house a 360mm radiator on the front and a 120mm radiator on the rear side of the case. You get all of that at a reasonable price, which makes the Corsair Carbide SPEC-OMEGA Mid-Tower Gaming Case, Tempered Glass a very good choice to use in this PC build without going over our $1500 budget.
For RAM, we chose the G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) (PC4 25600) for this gaming PC build because they are good in performance as well as in aesthetics.
In today’s world, the 8GB of RAM is perfectly fine, and it is enough for gaming. However, 16GB of RAM will provide the PC to have some stretching room and use extra memory whenever needed.
16GB of RAM will especially be helpful while editing and rendering, where 8GB of RAM may not be enough.
|Capacity||16GB (8GB x 2)|
|Timings||16 – 18 – 18 – 38|
|Format||Non – ECC|
The G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series RAM has a frequency of 3200MHz, which does provide performance, while the RGB lighting on it makes a pleasing sight to everyone.
The TridentZ modules have implemented the RGB lighting in a very good aesthetically pleasing manner. You can easily control and configure this RGB lighting on the TridentZ modules by software that G.SKILL themselves are providing.
G.SKILL offers these TridentZ RAM modules with up to 4266MHz of frequency in different combinations to address dual-channel and quad-channel memory configurations.
The G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series RAM modules are a perfect combination of fast performance along with pleasing aesthetics and RGB lighting.
These will not be cheap, and are definitely worth the price because of their performance and RGB goodness, and will fall under our $1500 budget.
The G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 16GB is really good for gaming as well as working. Styling-wise, the black PCB and the shiny heat spreader do look quite pleasing, aesthetically wise.
These G.SKILL TridentZ modules will add some bling to the case due to their decent design and the RGB lighting, while these RAM modules also provide impressive performance.
For the Power Supply, we chose the Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 750W 80+ Gold SLI/CrossFire ready.
The Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 offers a capacity of 750W of power to your PC build. It has 80 PLUS Gold-Certified, which means that this power supply has to be at least 87% efficient at 20% and 100% of its maximum power, while under the usual loads of 50% maximum-rated capacity, it should have 90% or higher efficiency and that is good.
You should not cheap out on them when choosing a power supply because the power supply is the one hardware component that is going to power every single hardware component of your PC build.
If the power supply is faulty or the power supply can’t handle some fluctuation in electricity, then it can very much damage the hardware components of your PC build.
This is why we chose an 80 PLUS Gold-Certified power supply. However, Gold-Certified power supplies used to be quite expensive, but now they are a lot more affordable, and on the other hand, luckily our $1500 budget does allow it, so why not just go for it. Check the Power Supply Tier List for the better choice.
|Dimensions||150mm x 86mm x 160mm|
|Power Factor Correction||Active PFC|
|Efficiency||80 PLUS Gold-Certified|
The Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 750W 80+ Gold SLI/CrossFire ready power supply is a great choice for this PC build as it is perfectly capable of providing enough power to the CPU and the GPU that we are using.
Not only that, but it will also have some extra power to provide if needed. Not to forget that The Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 750W is a fully modular PSU.
The Thermaltake GF1 750W 80+ has an ultra-quiet 140mm Hydraulic Bearing fan for quiet operation even when the power supply is under load.
This is a self-lubricated Hydraulic Bearing PWM fan to provide you with a really quiet operation while providing you with impressive cooling performance.
The Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 750W 80+ Gold has an auto-regulated fan speed that is based on the power consumption to provide the enthusiasts with quiet and efficient operation.
The fan of the power supply only works when the power supply’s working load goes over 30%. There is a switch on the back of the power supply that can be turned off to have the fan spin constantly.
This power supply also comes with upgraded CPU/PCI Express main cables, the 16AWG wires for the high-end PC enthusiasts out there.
If you’re wondering about the quality of the power supply, then rest assured because it has 100% high quality 105 °C (221 °F) Japanese capacitors, which offer the highest durability, stability, and reliability.
This power supply is really good for this gaming PC under 1500 as it has low ripple noise of less than 30 mV, which ensures excellent performance and keeps the performance-critical components, like the high-end graphics card, to operate reliably longer.
For the Hard Disk Drive (HDD) that will store our games library, software, etc. We chose the Seagate SATA 6Gb/s 3.5 4TB Desktop HDD.
You may be thinking that a 4TB Hard Disk Drive is a bit of overkill, but no, it’s not. As you may know that the games nowadays are reaching the storage, they require more than 100GBs, so if you want all those games and your software, you want to go a bit overkill for the Hard Disk Drive. Also, thanks to the SSDs, now HDDs are not that expensive anymore.
|Interface||SATA 6 Gb/s|
|Spin Speed||5900 RPM|
|Average/Maximum Data Transfer Rate||146 MB/s / 180 MB/s|
This Seagate SATA 6Gb/s 3.5 4TB Desktop HDD has its multiple Terabytes across four platters and spins at 5900 RPM. However, the company does say that its Barracuda drives are capable of up to 210 MB/s.
This HDD has a 6Gb/s interface, features a 64 MB of data cache, and is built for 300,000 loads/unload cycles.
The Seagate SATA 6Gb/s 3.5-inch 4TB Desktop HDD has an average speed of 132.2 MB/s sequential read speed, and 131.5 MB/s sequential write speed is enough for an HDD.
This drive is for you to store your games library and software that you don’t frequently use, while the speed it provides is really good for an HDD.
You would definitely not want to run out of storage after installing about ten games that all take more than 80GBs per game, so 4TB will be able to store a lot of your stuff easily, and you will probably not have to worry about storage any time soon.
A 4TB of Hard Disk Drive is not very expensive anymore, and the Seagate SATA 6Gb/s 3.5-inch 4TB Desktop HDD is not so expensive either, which makes it an excellent choice for this gaming PC under $1500 as it will not be going over budget.
Also, even though it spins at 5900 RPM, its read and write speed is still very close to the Hard Disk Drives that spin at 7500 RPM.
The Solid-State Drive (SSD) that will be running your Operating System, as well as store the games and software that you use frequently, and you need a fast operation, and we chose the Samsung 970 EVO SSD 1TB – M.2 NVMe storage drive.
It isn’t just the CPU, RAM, and GPU that we are going to go all-out with. For this gaming PC build, we are also going to go for the best performing SSD storage solution that is currently available as the Samsung 970 EVO 1TB.
|Interface||PCI Express Gen 3.0 x4 NVMe 1.3|
|Sequential Read Speed||Up to 3400 MB /s|
|Sequential Write Speed||Up to 2500 MB /s|
|NAND Flash||Samsung v-NAND 3-bit MLC|
You may know that this M.2 NVMe SSD is significantly faster than most of the SATA III SSDs. Since we are going for the best gaming pc build under 1500 dollars, and we can easily get the Samsung 970 EVO SSD 1TB – M.2 NVMe drive. Once you will use it and see this SSD in action, you will not be disappointed at all.
Samsung’s 970 EVO SSD has been released for a while now. But, the Samsung 970 EVO is powered by its new Phoenix NVMe controller. Like its predecessor, the Polaris, Samsung’s Phoenix NVMe controller also has a 5-core ARM-based processor.
Here, four of the cores are dedicated to the NAND array, and one of the cores is dedicated to hosting communication. In Samsung’s new NVMe controller, the Phoenix has enhanced thermal capabilities and increased core-clock.
This Phoenix NVMe controller by Samsung is powering a 64-layer V-NAND flash array, and the Samsung 970 EVO delivers performance way better than the 960 EVO.
Samsung 970 EVO delivers up to 36% faster random speeds and up to 32% faster sequential speeds than the 960 EVO.
With an SSD that provides such a great performance, there is no doubt that it will be worth it to get one, which is exactly why we chose the Samsung 970 EVO 1TB – M.2 NVMe to be added to this best gaming PC build for 1500 USD.
This drive’s size is enough for any build, but for those folks who are saving some money to invest more in other components, they can consider the 512GB variant of this drive.
Things You Need To Know Before Buying $1500 Gaming PC
Of course, buying a gaming PC is a significant investment, and no one likes to throw away their money for low-performance hardware.
There are a couple of things that you must need to know before buying any gaming build.
- Futureproof: Of course, we will not use a $1500 gaming PC for a month or a year, but most users plan to use their gaming build for at least two or three years. With the advancement in technology, companies are releasing new generation processors every year, and we need to make sure that our components are compatible with upcoming hardware. AMD promises that their forthcoming processors will work with the old generation motherboards.
- Motherboard: The motherboard is one of the essential parts of any computer system as it allows all of the components to connect to it. The main thing we need to consider in any motherboard is its chipset and VRM or MOSFETs. In our case, we’ve got the AMD processor, which runs on an AM4 socket, but as it’s a flagship processor, so we need at least an x570 chipset board to overclock this gaming beast. Except overclocking, the board’s chipset also matters a lot as if you have any plan to change the processor, and you can avoid changing the board.
- Storage: With the passing time, we’ve seen a significant change in the gaming industry as graphics cards can support gaming at 4K resolutions, so the size of textures also increases. Previously games took storage up to 40-50GB, or some open-world titles took up to 80GB, but now every game starts from 100GB of space. So to store the Steam library on your PC and all of your software, I would recommend you get at least 4TB of HDD, or if you can’t afford it, don’t go below 2TB.
- Bottleneck: When you pair a low-end processor with some high-end graphics card, the bottleneck comes into the game. Imagine you are pairing a Core i3 9100f processor with RTX 2080 Super or some other combination like this, so the graphics card will only give the performance that the processor can handle. To avoid this, we have to get the processor, and the graphics card which offers the same performance or at least their performance matches each other.
- Power Supply: The last thing I would like to say there is don’t be cheap while buying your build’s power supply. As you know, it will power up all of the components inside your build so that the lousy power supply can cause permanent damage to the hardware. Most of the users think that the power supply will not give them more frame rates, so they consider the cheapest options, but it can result in the death of your components, especially the graphics card and the motherboard. So check out which power supply can fulfill your power requirements.
Once you have put together the hardware components and this PC is now working, this PC will easily be able to run any game at more than 60 fps (frames per second) at 1080p or some at 1440p at stable 60 fps.
As for editing and rendering, this PC will provide impressive performance as well. The gaming performance of this build varies according to the game, as in Esport titles.
You can get more frame rates or play on higher resolutions while in AAA titles, sometimes you have to lower down the resolution but only for a few ones like Red Dead Redemption 2.
This build is great for gaming because of the hardware used in it, but in case you need a budget for rendering, you can also use this one or can lower down the budget for other parts and can invest in graphics cards more.
The rendering process requires more graphics power, but you can still do all of your work without having any problem with this build.
We selected the best combination of peripherals for AAA and competitive gaming. These are the best options we can pair up with our 1500 dollars budget PC.
Tweak to accommodate your style of gameplay. Modify your mouse with 8 programmable catches. Regardless of whether you need to throw a projectile or rapidly access your stock, it’s readily available. Discretionary Logitech Gaming Software makes set up simple.
Hyperion Fury’s embedded ARM chip controls the Fusion Engine for incredible following rates while permitting you to spare and playback your macros. With Logitech Gaming Software, make and allot macros that can be gotten to from Hyperion Fury easily.
Modern sensor innovation for super quick gaming. Hyperion Fury joins an optical sensor including Logitech Delta Zero™ innovation with restrictive Fusion Engine™ mixture sensor to empower following paces more than 500 IPS.
The Redragon Zeus H510 is a shut back, a wired gaming headset with a separable link, a 3.5mm PC splitter, separable receiver, and flexible included USB DAC/amp combo.
They guarantee that this whole headset is a 7.1 surround certified device. It actually delivers incredible sound system sound. The device gives inline catches for changing volume and quieting the mic and sound yield.
The POSEIDON Z blue keys/switch edition is a budget-friendly well-designed gaming keyboard, seamless for a first-time mechanical keycap experience.
The Tt POSEIDON Z offers Certified Tt eSPORTS Mechanical switches, made to withstand up to fifty million keystrokes and the world-class 5 Year Warranty on a mechanical keyboard.
Pre-Built Gaming PC for Non-Techies
There will consistently be a case to be made for deciding to manufacture your own personal PC over getting one prebuilt. Although, not every person wants to experience the way toward building their own personal PC.
If you are too lazy to learn from scratch and yet you’re too scared to even think about choosing the privileged motherboard or a GPU, buying a prebuilt PC might be the most ideal approach.
Additionally, in conditions such as a pandemic where it may be more alarming to get precisely what part you need, it’s most likely smarter to purchase pre-made in case you’re in a rush to begin gaming now. Besides all the PC building standalone hustle, if you feel exhausted about getting and putting together all the specified hardware, we mentioned then we recommend MSI Codex R 10SC-002US Preformance Full Tower Desktop to save up a lot of labor.
It will provide you optimal performance for a package in your 1500-dollar budget or maybe lesser.
It is packed with Intel Core i7 10700F unlocked performance paired with Nvidia RTX 2060. And it looks quite tidy all assembled to just plug and play.
I’m concluding this while giving a short touch to each of the components mentioned above. Starting with our build’s heart, which is Ryzen 7 3700x, and the reason to consider this is it gives the same performance as the Intel flagship processors but for a low price.
There I’ve mentioned the ASUS Tuf motherboard, but it’s totally up to you which vendor you prefer. But the thing to consider is don’t go below the x570 chipset because it gives an exceptional overclocking performance with this processor.
The storage capability we need these days is at least a 4TB hard disk and 512GB or 1TB of SSD because of massive size games and reduced loading speed time.
You can even go beyond this to spend some more amount on the graphics card, but it’s up to you. Next to the list, we have the graphics card, which is AMD XFX RX 5700 XT Thicc III Ultra 8GB, and I’ve picked this one over Nvidia for its same gaming performance and significantly low price.
The rest of the things depend on your budget and how much you are willing to spend on them.
If you are not into an enthusiastic PC building business, then you may go straightforward with our recommended pre-built package of MSI Codex R 10SC-002US Preformance Full Tower Desktop
Frequently Asked Questions
Will AMD Ryzen 7 3700X motherboard support upcoming Zen4 processors?
When it comes to buying an enthusiast PC, the first and foremost thing users look at in the build is how it’s going to perform in the future or with future games. Motherboards with x470 chipset and better will be compatible with Zen4 processors coming in two or three years. As per AMD, they’ve promised more extended support of processors with old chipsets, so it’s most likely that these upcoming processors will work correctly with these motherboards.
Is wraith cooler enough to stabilize CPU heat?
Those users who don’t prefer overclocking with their processors may find wraith coolers a good bundled cooler, but if you are going to do some serious overclocking, you must need an AIO cooler. These coolers are designed so that they can easily handle the heat up to the boost clock of the processor. To avoid thermal throttling and other performance losses, I would recommend getting some aftermarket coolers for this gaming processor.
Can I put an Nvidia RTX GPU on this motherboard except for AMD 5700XT?
You might already know that when you consider budget and performance at the same place, the best product you can get is from AMD. Nvidia graphics cards are useful as they give Real-Time Ray Tracing and DLSS, which AMD lacks, but you also have to pay a hefty amount for these features. While on the other hand, AMD gives you the same performance for a slightly low price and some specific budget, they offer the best value for the price.
Does the x570 chipset motherboard is compulsory with Zen2 processors?
The motherboard directly will not give you more performance or frame rates, but it can limit the performance of the components attached to it. Getting an x570 motherboard will provide you with an advantage as they come with a better chipset and VRM, which is likely to give more overclocking potential to the processors, and Ryzen CPUs are factory unlocked. In comparison, chipsets like x470 and others are also good as they support these processors after a BIOS upgrade.
Can I pair a high-end GPU with some mid-range CPU in a budget specific build?
Pairing a high-end processor with some mid-range graphics card or vice versa is not bad as their performance matches each other. Otherwise, they will start causing bottlenecks, which you might know can limit the hardware’s performance. If you use a flagship processor, most tech enthusiasts will recommend you get some same power hardware to get rid of every single bottleneck in your build.
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