Thursday, 1 November 2018

Gaming PC build guide: the best parts for a custom gaming PC

Excellent performance for every time.

PCs are great and day by day the technology is improving. Graphics and many other rendering things are introduced. Some people are photography enthusiastic. They may use photoshop. For running all the things together we need a good specs PC. So, today in this article I will discuss Gaming PC build guide: the best parts for a custom Budget gaming PC.

You don't need to spend the High amount of money on making a gaming PC. In this build, You can play any AAA title games in 1080p Ultra settings. In some cases, this custom Gaming PC can give you 1440p Gaming Experience. Thanks to NVIDIA for making awesome graphics cards.

Components I have used:

  1. Asus B450 plus Gaming Motherboard Click Here
  2. Ryzen 5 1600 Click Here
  3. 8GB RAM 3000MHz Click Here
  4. Zotac GTX 1060 6GB Graphics card Click Here
  5. Samsung 860 EVO 250GB SATA SSD Click Here
  6. Samsung 970 EVO 250GB M.2 SSD Click 
  7. Toshiba 1TB HDD Click Here
  8. Cabinet Click Here
  9. Cooler Master 1200W PSU Click Here
  10. RGB Strips Click Here
  11. 120mm fan Click Here
  12. LG 4K Monitor Click Here 


Asus B450 plus Gaming Motherboard:

  1. The motherboard comes with 6 PWM FAN Socket and with an aio Pump.
  2. It has RGB headers in it. You can control the color of the RGB from the AURA Software from ASUS. Customizable colors are also available for it.
  3. The motherboard is an overclockable Board so you can overclock and ryzen 2nd generation processor it is a pretty great thing.
  4. The motherboard has 4 RAM Slots. Each slot can handle up to 16GB of RAM. So, in grand total, It can handle up to 64GB of RAM that is Huge.
  5. The motherboard comes with DTS sound. Believe me or not the sound output is just Ossom.
  6. This motherboard has Inbuilt Graphics in it when I pared with GTX 1060 6GB then it shows the total of 10GB Graphics Memory.
              Overall I can say it is a Pretty damm good motherboard in my opinion so I will suggest you to go for this motherboard it is just a beast.


I am using Ryzen 5 1600 Processor. Which I think Best for this Build.

Why Ryzen 5 1600?

Cores: 6 | Threads: 12 | Base Clock: 3.2GHz | Turbo Clock: 3.6GHz | Overclocking: Yes | L3 Cache: 16MB | TDP: 65W | PCIe 3.0 lanes: 16


I have chosen the vengeance LPX 3000Mhz DDR4 ram. If you are building a ryzen PC then I will highly recommend you to go for high-frequency rams such as 3200 or 3800 MHz rams because ryzen CPUs performs great with High-frequency rams. In my case, the high frequency was not available in my local market so I decided to go for 3000mhz  ram.


I have used clarion cheap PSU. The PSU is said to be 800w But I have doubt. I will later upgrade it with courier or any Cooler master type PSUs which will be more powerful than this PSU.
If you are building a PC then I will suggest you go for high watt I mean nearly 800w of PSUs that will be more greater and better. If the power supply is not working properly then It may affect your motherboard so Take care about that.


For the cabinet, I showed some DIY and made my Pentium Cabinet to RGB Cooling cabinet. If you have not read that article yet then I will Highly recommend you to read my another article about this topic.


For the storage of this gaming PC till now I have two storage devices. one Laptop 1TB Toshiba HDD and another Samsung 860 Evo 250GB. I have used the Samsung drove as the boot drive because it will make your PC Lot faster than a regular HDD so, Go for SSD for higher speeds. Now my PC Boots up in almost 3sec. so, it is a great thing. If you are making a PC then I will highly recommend you to go for an SSD.


I had some ordinary non-RGB fans laying around I have applied some DIY made the ordinary fan to RGB fan. That made my PC more professional looking.
I have used 5050 RGB LED strips for the RGB  decoration. and one more thing is that my motherboard only supports 5050 LEDs. It doesn't support ws2812b LEDs in which we can change individual colors of every LED.  more ever 5050 LEDs are also a great choice for budget. as they are cheap.

Graphics card:

I have used GTX 1060 6GB Edition from Zotac. In one word I can say that it is a beast. It can run any AAA title Games in 60fps Ultra settings. the maximum power consumption for this GPU is 300w this is Huge.
   **You can buy any edition of this card but every edition comes with 2 years warranty.         But on behalf of all of them, I have chosen the Zotac edition.
Let me show the reason:
If you register any Zotac graphics car in 28days of buying then you will get an extra 3 years warranty. so in total, you will get 5 years of warranty. so it is a great thing for Zotac Cards.
Hats off for Zotac cards.....!!!
Other best thing is that it comes with the dual fan and it is pretty sufficient cooldown the card although the fans are not blower type...
they have done a great job.
the memory is 6GB GDDR5 type 128bit memory it is pretty huge.

If the 6GB version is so expensive for you then go for the 1060 3GB version believe me guys the 1050ti 4GB version is not as great as 1060 3GB version. You can get average 10-15fps greater in 1060 3GB from the 1050ti 4GB version.


till now I have a single monitor setup. later I will upgrade it to dual monitor setup. I am using LG 22inch Full HD 1080p monitor.

Reasons I choose this?

  1. Full HD 1080p anti-glance  Display
  2. This is Free-sync supported  Monitor. This means if you are using an AMD graphics card, your refresh rate automatically goes beyond the 60Hz limit.
  3. Max 75Hz Refresh rate.
  4. It has minimal bezel at the edges.
  5. It has Beautiful color representations.
  6. It Comes with a decent male-to-male HDMI connector. The cable is very short. Quality is not world-class but does a decent job of responsive video data transfer, when it comes to quick display changes (like  Video Editing, gaming).
  7. Reader/Gaming/Custom modes are available. 
Overall I can say that It is a great Gaming PC build guide: the best parts for a custom gaming PC. Hope you guys like the article and share this article to everywhere 

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