• Sam

Best PC build under $1000 (May 2020)

Updated: Mar 6

CPU: Intel Core i3 9100F $129

Motherboard: ASRock B365M HDV Motherboard $105

RAM: Klevv KD48GU880-32A160X CRAS X RGB Gaming 16GB 3200MHz DDR4 $136

GPU: Gigabyte Radeon RX 590 GAMING, 8GB $295

SSD: Western Digital WD Green 3D NAND 240GB M.2 (SATA) SSD $55

HDD: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" Internal Hard Drive - WD10EZEX $55

Power Supply: Thermaltake Litepower GEN2 550W Power Supply $59

Case: Antec VSK10 Black Micro ATX Case, Side Window, No PSU $59

Fan: 3x SilverStone Air Blazer 120R 120mm PWM Fan, Addressable RGB $45

CPU Cooler: Silverstone Argon AR12 RGB CPU Cooler $32

WIFI: Volans AC600 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter $25


If you paid attention to my other computer builds, I've used the intel i3 9100f for most of them. It is just such a good CPU. It is cheap and very powerful. This computer is also pretty different from all the other computer builds. Except for the CPU, Motherboard, Fan and storages, everything else is different. It looks better and it's got better performance too. With it's RX 590 it's able to run most AAA games at above 60 fps. Because it's CPU is still not the best (Best option is to pair it with the i5), it wouldn't bottleneck much but it will reduce 10% of the GPU performance. ( around -7.5 fps). Now lets talk about it's look. It will look totally different. It's got 3 fans, same as before, but it's got RGB RAM and a RGB CPU cooler. With the Volans AC600, it will be able to support up to 5G WIFI speeds at around 500mbps. Here are the performance below


CSGO: 207.5fps

Fortnite: 137.5 fps

PUBG: 93.5 fps

Minecraft: 168.5 fps

Rainbow Six: 124.5 fps


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