Gaming PC Philippines: Php 40,000 Ryzen 1600 and RX 580 Gaming PC and Workstation
Hi GameBuildPC Builders, Kevin here! Welcome to May 2017 Build Guide worth 40k PHP Ryzen 6-core Gaming PC with RX 580.
Some of you from facebook.com/gamebuildpc page asks me how to build a PC using the newest Ryzen CPU with and without CPU. Hold on for sec to make it clear for everyone Ryzen CPU doesn’t have an integrated gpu core. So if you’re planning to build a PC without a GPU, Ryzen isn’t for you. You might consider buying A10 series apu here: A10 Series APU for PC.
So without further ado, let’s dive in to our 40k PHP Ryzen Gaming PC for 2017:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.20-3.60Ghz 6-Core Processor – (affiliate link) View here
AMD Ryzen 5 1600 was built with six cpu cores ready to handle today’s computing tasks, for gaming, even for rendering and video editing purposes.
Many people argue what’s the best budget cpu that can handle ultimate task and has a future-proof capability. Well my friends, here’s what you’re looking for.
For me, AMD Ryzen 5 particularly this 1600 6-core CPU has a huge advantage compare to Intel’s i5 7th Gen 4-core CPU.
Although the latter has higher FPS in latest games compare to Ryzen 5 well it is because game developers optimized their games using Intel CPU resources, the future capability of Ryzen is epic. Why? you might ask, AMD promises that it will support AM4 socket up to 2020 and is not planning to replace the socket until DDR5 and PCI Express 4.0 are available.
So we can expect to play future games without having to worry about bottleneck issue with the future GPU and sooner or later we will reap the benefits of having 6-core because game developers will use the Ryzen’s resources.
GPU: Gigabyte RX 580 4GB Gaming (GV-RX580GAMING-4GD) – (affiliate link) View here
Many of you are looking to spend around 10k-12k GPU on a new graphics card. Well to make this clear, if you’re “upgrading” from your good ol’ PC setup possibly from last decade, Gigabyte RX 580 4GB is absolutely great option to install on your new PC setup.
Kev, why not the 8GB version? you might ask. It still performs better, GPU performance depends on far more than the amount of VRAM available. With that logic, a GTX 1070 should perform the same as an RX580 8GB, which it obviously doesn’t.
And Kevin with that explaination, why not the GTX 1060? you might ask. The RX 580 4GB doesn’t have less stream processors than the 8 GB unlike the GTX 1060 3 GB vs the 6 GB with the 3 GB having less CUDA cores.
So Kevin, when should I buy the 8GB model? you might ask. If you’ll be playing at over 1080p. I’d recommend pushing for the 8GB model.
Motherboard: MSI B350M Bazooka – (affiliate link) View here
People asks me on facebook.com/gamebuildpc page what motherboard to choose. It’s overwhelming to think what to suggest because there’s a lot of cheap and expensive options.
If you’re a budget builder and want to build a PC using a motherboard with a fancy and expensive RGB lighting that doesn’t do anything, SLI/Crossfire and a bunch of USB 3 and SATA ports that you wouldn’t need then you’re not a budget builder after all.
A budget builder want something that is reliable, cheap and supports Ryzen CPU. MSI B350M Bazooka is perfect for a budget builder. It supports main functionality of a motherboard. MSI B350M Bazooka is a VR-Ready and which can also do minor overclocking, supports M.2 storage and RAM slot capacity up to 64 GB.
If you’re an enthusiast builder/gamer, you’ll choose X370 series motherboard for more overclocking power.
RAM: GSkill Ripjaws V 8GB Dual DDR4 3200 – (affiliate link) View here
Before I would always recommend the 8GB variant either to buy 8GB single/dual stick and add another stick later on. But now, greater than 8GB is over kill. Unless you’re a video editor that uses Adobe Premiere, AutoCAD and other rendering software. 16GB up to 32GB might be the sweet-spot for you.
And for budget builder gamer that want to play Dota2, CSGO, BF1, GTA5, Overwatch and latest 2017 games. You might need the 8GB DDR4 3200 Mhz RAM.
Why highlight the 3200 Mhz? What is that? is it speed?. you might ask.
Gaming in Ryzen CPU benefits with faster RAM. 3200Mhz seems to be sweet spot right now since it’s not that much expensive than other frequency and it works for Ryzen somewhat well and believes further gains in performance will come via game optimization in the future.
Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB WD10EZEX – (affiliate link) View here
PSU: Seasonic S12II 520W 80PLUS Bronze – (affiliate link) View here
CASE: Tecware F3 Mini Tower Gaming Case usb3.0 – (affiliate link) View here
The rest of the build is always depends on your preference. I don’t want to recommend something you wouldn’t like. I want you to choose for your own build and aesthetics. Ask me here: Say Hi 🙂 and I’ll guide you in the process.
In terms of storage, you can always buy for more than 1GB or jump with SSD first. Click here to know why: Build a PC for VR.
When we’re talking about PSU, my first recommendation is the Seasonic S12II. Not just it’s cheap but also it’s realiable and make your components safe from sudden fluctuations. I also don’t use AVR/UPS. I just plug it in the AC slot.
My current PC setup, I used the DeepCool PSU and it seems fine for 2k PHP 80 plus bronze PSU. I don’t know about you but it works for almost 3 years.
Like what always said. You can always choose for your own PC Case. This is something very personal and I want you to choose your own case aesthetics. If you’re using ITX or M series motherboard. I would suggest to choose the best mini case out there to fully utilize your money.
|Parts||Name||Lazada (affiliate links)|
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.20-3.60Ghz 6-Core Processor||View|
|GPU||Gigabyte RX 580 4GB Gaming (GV-RX580GAMING-4GD)||View|
|Motherboard||MSI B350M Bazooka||View|
|RAM||GSkill Ripjaws V 8GB Dual DDR4 3200 (F4-3200C16D-8GVKB)||View|
|HDD||Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB WD10EZEX||View|
|PSU||Seasonic S12II 520W 80PLUS Bronze||View|
|CASE||Tecware F3 Mini Tower Gaming Case usb3.0||View|
If you want to view where to buy your gaming PC parts, you may want to check it here: (affiliate link) View here . Fill up and search the parts you want to assemble, click checkout and you’re good to go.
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