Best 800 Dollar Gaming PC Build Components – Hiterview
In this budget gaming PC Build, we have used the most popular AMD Ryzen 5600X CPU and AMD Radeon RX6700XT graphics card. Due to being of both the beans brands, they sync well with each other. With the help of AMD smart access memory and FSR (Fidelity FX Super Resolution), the system runs smoother and fps and quality improves in gaming. We have thoroughly tested each and every component of this PC build and recommended it to you. Because the cheap components of some cheap brands can harm your PC in future. So if your budget is also around $ 800, then you can definitely buy this fun PC. Also, avoid taking pre build PC because their performance is low and the price is high.
Processor (CPU):- AMD Ryzen 5 5600X
Ryzen 5 5600x is also a CPU worth buying in 2023 because of its good price to performance ratio. It has features like 6core/12threads, 3.7GHz Base Clock, 4.6GHz Boost Clock, Gen3 Architecture and 7nm technology. This CPU has only 65watt TDP and can be used comfortably with the stock fan. This CPU will run smoothly till 2027.
Price: – $168 Newegg
Motherboard:- Asus Prime B550M-A
The bios of Asus motherboards are quite stable. So we have selected Asus Prime B550M-A motherboard for Ryzen 5600x. It has a small form factor and does not support Bluetooth and wifi. The motherboard of this series comes for bluetooth and wifi which is expensive in comparison. It has USB 3.1, USB 2.0, HDMI and all basic ports. It is capable of handling these PC components with ease.
Price: – $119 Newegg
Graphics Card (GPU):- AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT
The reason to choose MSI Mech Radeon RX 6700 XT 12GB is that it performs better than Nvidia RTX 3060Ti and is currently available cheaper. AMD CPU and AMD GPU work together to boost overall PC performance. This graphics card is perfect for 2K resolution gaming. The MSI RX 6700XT packs 12GB of RAM, 192bit memory interface, GDDR6 memory, and UPTO 2620MHz boost clock. It has HDMI 2.1 Port and 3 Display Port 1.4. The warranty of this card is 3 years and MSI’s after sales services are also good.
Price:- $369 Newegg
RAM:- Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 8×2 16GB DDR4 3200MHz
Corsair is a respected brand and this RAM is used in thousands of PC builds that are running well. Corsair’s Ram is also installed in our own PC. This ram is best for this AMD PC build. 3200MHz frequency will be helpful in your system. It is good to have 32GB of RAM for productivity work.
Price:- $37 Newegg
SSD Storage:- Samsung 980 Gen3 500GB NVMe
Most people look for cheap storage in PC build but their performance is not stable. We have chosen the 980 500GB Gen3 NVMe solid state drive (SSD) from the world’s trusted brand Samsung. It gets upto 3100 Mbps read and upto 2600 Mbps write speed. Samsung 980 SSD is a better option.
Price:- $47 Newegg
Power Supply:- Corsair CX 650W 80+ Bronze Certified
Corsair is a reliable brand from many years and all its products perform well. That’s why we selected the Corsair CX 650W 80+ Bronze Power Supply for this PC build. Because power supplies are an important component for PC Build. Most people’s PCs have been ruined by using cheap power supplies.
(Note:- Also buy a 650 watt UPS so that electricity remains stable in your PC.)
Price:- $79 Newegg
(Note:- PSU Price is high but you can buy in deals)
Cabinet:- DIYPC Shadow H3 ARGB Black Steel
This cabinet comes with 4 RGB fans, mesh design and good airflow. Case’s RGB can be synced with the motherboard or can be changed manually by buttons. The top side of the case houses the 280mm radiator support and all the basic I/O ports. This cabinet will increase your PC build cost. You can select any PC case according to you.
Price:- $51 Newegg
All components together cost around $800. Try to buy all the components in deals so that you can also buy a good monitor.
Our Monitor Recommendation:-
GIGABYTE G27Q 27inch 2K 144hz IPS
Price:- $249 Newegg
LG 32GK650F-B 32inch 2K 144Hz
Price:- $274 Newegg
LG UltraGear 27GL83A-B 27inch 2K 144Hz IPS
Price:- $299 Newegg
If you are buying a monitor for video editing, then it must have an IPS panel because the color accuracy of the IPS panel is good. VA and TN panel is best for gaming.
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