$650 Gaming PC Build Guide! (2020)

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Welcome to my latest build guide! In this video I show you a $650 gaming pc, show you how to put it together, and show you how it performs.

Parts(Check Amazon and Newegg to find the best current prices):
~~~Amazon Parts Links~~~
CPU:
CPU option 2:
Motherboard:
Mobo option 2:
Mobo option 3:
Mobo option 4:
Ram:
SSD:
GPU:
GPU option 2:
GPU option 3:
PSU:
Case:
Fans:

~~~Newegg Parts Links~~~
CPU:
CPU option 2:
Motherboard:
Mobo option 2:
Mobo option 3:
Ram:
SSD:
GPU:
GPU option 2:
GPU option 3:
PSU:
Case:

How to install windows:

Drivers Links:
Motherboard Drivers(Follow instructions in video to find them)
GPU Drivers:

————–Social Media Links——————————–
Twitter:
SoundCloud:
Instagram:
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~Personal Rig Specs(Amazon Links)~
Ryzen 7 1700:
Asrock AB350 ITX:
Galax HOF DDR4 3200mhz:
Zotac GTX 1070 ti Mini:
Corsair SF450:

~Music Credits:~

Background Music:
LAKEY INSPIRED
Track Name: “Better Days”
Music By: LAKEY INSPIRED @

DISCLAIMER: All Amazon links are connected to my Amazon Associate account. I earn a small commision from each purchase without any increase in cost to you. All bitly links that go to Newegg are attached to my Newegg affiliate account.

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47 COMMENTS

  1. If I brought the components to have a gaming PC build at a PC place, would I be ina risk to be scammed and parts stolen? Or could I check there and then if they installed each part?

  2. My current setup:
    Mobo – Asrock B450M Pro4
    CPU – Ryzen 5 2600 oc'd to 4.1ghz (using a Hyper 212 Evo cooler)
    GPU – EVGA RTX 2060 KO Ultra (stock settings except adjusted fan curve)
    RAM – 2x8gb DDR4 3200 Corsair Vengeance (running @2667mhz. Cannot get it higher for some reason. Enabling XMP causing BSoD.)
    Storage – 970 EVO 500gb M.2 SSD, 860 EVO 500gb SSD and a 1TB Western Digital Caviar Blue (that I have had for almost a decade lol)
    PSU – EVGA 750w (no rating)
    Case – Cooler Master Q300L
    Could anyone here help me figure out my compatibility issue with my ram? Is my motherboard not capable or is it a timing issue? Please send help. XD

  3. Do you need wifi adapter or ethernet cable?????? Just bought all the parts on amazon and it cost me $814 without tax. But im so exited to build my first pc!

  4. Great video! Trying make this build but the Thermaltake Versa H18 isn't available. Have found the Thermaltake Versa H15 and I am wondering if this is comparable to the H18 in terms of airflow? The H15 only mounts 2 front panel fans in contrast to the 3 which the H18 mounts.

  5. Do not build with thermal take PSU look at other options Thermal take is known to be a bad PSU . I recommend spending a little more on the PSU

  6. Hey i just bought and build this pc, it works and turns on great but there's a problem… it doesn't have wifi and idk what to do

  7. I really enjoyed this video. I have a few questions and I hope you get a chance to answer them.
    1. You mentioned in your video that the product prices are currently a bit high. I was planning on building my own PC during cyber Monday sales. Do you think that would be a good time? I hope you can upload a video during that period.
    2. I wanted a water cooling system. Do you think that it is possible to fit in a $650 budget builds with similar gaming performance?
    3. Good monitors and other accessories kinda build up the price obviously. So moving forward I am saving $650 to build my PC during cyber Monday sale. What do you think would be an optimum price set? Should I get a bit higher or lower?
    I know you might have talked about this earlier in your videos but I appreciate you clarifying these up for me.

  8. So my ram speeds are 3000mhz should i go into bios and turn on the xmp file because i only get 2000mhz?but ive heard its an overclock dont know if its safe

  9. Would love to see a build on a computer case with the tempered glass and build on the right side instead of the left

  10. Ended up picking this set up as my first pc build. The Ryzen 5 1600 was out of stock so I spent an extra on the Ryzen 5 2600. Other than that, everything is the same. Really excited to be building this once all the parts come in. It cost me a whole lot of money with a new monitor and keyboard but I think in the end it will be worth to have this beast in my room. I'll let y'all know the updates once I get to building.

  11. These are really useful and excellent vids. Thanks for uploading. Are DVD drives a thing of the past now? And where would you plug in USB stuff/wireless adapters for mouse/keyboard?

  12. the fact this video was posted on my birthday makes me genuienly happy
    really great build simple and just really nice! 🙂

  13. Y’all complaining abt prices in ur country while it’s hardly 200 kwd here and people easily earn 700-800 kwd 😉

  14. Just thought to let you know but the link for the PSU for amazon doesn't work- at least it can't find it.
    Just letting ya know.

  15. this is the pc im planning to purchase, can you tell me what you think about it, its around the same price point. (
    GIGABYTE B450M DS3H
    Apevia ATX-SP700W Spirit ATX Power Supply
    WL 1TB 64MB Cache 5900RPM SATA III (6.0Gb/s) (Quiet & Heavy Duty) Internal Desktop 3.5" Hard Drive
    Silicon Power 256GB SSD 3D NAND A55
    OLOy DDR4 RAM 16GB (2x8GB) 3000 MHz
    uphere 3-Pack Long Life Computer Case Fan 120mm
    FSP ATX Mid Tower PC Computer Gaming Case with Tempered Glass Side Panel (CMT260)
    AMD Ryzen 5 2600 Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler
    XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition 8GB

  16. Is this a good pc for a starting pc? I plan on playing Rainbow Six Siege, Overwatch, Valorant and GTA V. I won’t be doing any streaming or video editing.

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