In our new system collection guide, we aimed to keep our budget under 1100 USD including VAT, while keeping a balance of price, performance and quality components. While doing this, we did not give up 500 GB SSD, good cooling and quality chassis.
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- AMD Ryzen 5 2600X Socket AM4 4.2GHz 19MB Cache 95W Processor
- ASUS GeForce GTX1660Ti DUAL OC GDDR6 6GB 192Bit Nvidia Graphics Card
- ASUS TUF B450-PLUS GAMING AMD B450 Socket AM4 Ryzen DDR4 3200(OC) MHz Motherboard
- CORSAIR 16GB (2x8GB) Vengeance DDR4 3000MHz CL16 Dual Kit Ram
- CORSAIR CARBIDE SERIES SPEC-DELTA MidT ATX BLACK GAMING CASE WITH RGB FAN
- CORSAIR VS SERIES (2018 VERSION) 550W 80PLUS POWER SUPPLY
- WD 500GB Blue SATA 3.0 (560MB Read / 530MB Write) 3D-NAND SSD Disk
Our Parts and Experience in System Assembly
With the AMD Ryzen 2600X, ASUS also strikes a very good balance with the TUF B450-Plus Gaming. We are particularly pleased with the up-to-date BIOS of this motherboard. Along with it, we used dual channel 3000 MHz RAM to keep the processor performance high and ASUS GeForce GTX 1660Ti Dual OC graphics card for naturally high FPS.
Unlike the RTX 2060, the 1660Ti, which does not contain additional components for high performance in ray tracing, is a more affordable card. On the other hand, especially the DirectX version can offer extremely good FPS values both in old games and new games. After the assembly of the system, we saw in the tests that it works extremely stable.
The RGB lights and design of the Corsair case we use are very nice. However, unlike very cheap cases, the material quality is better and the cooling is much more effective. With three fans in the front and one in the back, it was quite efficient.
Gaming tests also showed us how stable CPU temperatures can be even without special liquid cooling. When we left the graphics card fans on automatic, our card cooled down quite well, despite the noiseless operation, usually at half speed throughout the tests. In tougher conditions, you don’t need to do much as the fans already rev up automatically.
What can you say about the cons of the system, we did not choose an ASUS motherboard with a higher model and a fan connection, in order not to increase the cost even more. As a result we connected the rear discharge fan DC to the PSU. That’s why there is no RPM setting of a fan in the system. You can overcome this with a multiplexer, but it is not necessary as the system is already silent.
Apart from this, you can add HDD or M.2 SSD by increasing the budget for more storage. But changes beyond that require giving up somewhere or increasing the budget. You can find our recommendations at different price levels in Technopat System Recommendations.
Here are our system collection guides in chronological order:
- i7 9700K and RTX 2080 System Collection Guide – QP Ventus
- PC Building with Thunderbolt 3 Support
- Ryzen 3 2300X System Rollup | QP Nova V2
- Ryzen 2600X and GTX 1660Ti System Assembly Guide
- GTX 1660 Ti System Bundle: QP Super Nova
- RTX 2070 System Assembly | QP Gaming Plus
- Core i5 8400 and RTX 2060 System Bundling Guide
- Ryzen 5 2600 and RX 580 System Collection Guide
- Affordable System Collection Guide 2018
- QP Nova Price – Performance PC Build Guide
- Threadripper 2 2990WX Workstation Collection Guide
- GTX 1060 6GB PC Bundling Guide and Performance Tests
- GTX 1070Ti and Ryzen 5 2600X System Assembly Guide
- For more Technopat System Recommendations…