Subscriber Build #2 – Budget 30k Gaming PC 2020

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Subscriber Build Budget 30k Gaming PC

On this budget gaming PC for our subscriber, we picked the most available parts which are Intel CPU and motherboard due to the limited stocks of Ryzen CPU. We could’ve bought the Ryzen 3300x and B450 or B550 motherboard but due to the limited stocks here in Metro Manila we couldn’t get any of them.

PC Parts:

Intel i3-9100

Intel i3-9100

MSI B365M Pro-VH

MSI B365M Pro-VH

T-Force 2x8gb 3200mhz Dark Z

T-Force 2x8gb 3200mhz Dark Z

MSI RX570 Armor OC

MSI RX570 Armor OC

Samsung 860 Evo SSD

Samsung 860 Evo SSD

Seagate 1tb

Seagate 1tb HDD

Seasonic s12iii 550w

Seasonic s12iii 550w

Deepcool Matrexx 30

Deepcool Matrexx 30

NVISION IP22V1

NVISION IP22V1 Gaming Monitor

Havit Game note Combo

Havit Game note Combo

All in all the client spent around 36k PHP including the monitor and peripherals.

Benchmark:

Cinebench R15

Building Process:

The only problem I think while building this 30k gaming pc is the cables. Since Matrexx 30 is the only case available for budget and M-ATX category, we had to deal with cables. This case doesn’t have a PSU shroud and limited space at the back for cable management, but aside from that, we didn’t encounter any kind of issues.

MSI B365M Pro-VH

Still, this is a great case for ITX or M-ATX build and the airflow is also good. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to use AIO for this case and for CPU air cooler you need to consider the height of the cooler you will be buying.

Cable Management MSI RX570 Armor OC Tforce 16gb 3200mhz Dark Z 30k gaming pc