AMD previously covered the microprocessor market and got enough market share in this industry with its Ryzen series processors. However, the company didn’t stop there and now also trying to get a stable position in the graphics card industry. Recently in an event, the company announced their new graphics cards are coming in the upcoming few weeks, and they will be based on RDNA 2 architecture. Nvidia has also released their RTX Gen2 graphics cards in the market, but most of them are out of stock, and it’s hard to get our hands on them. We’ve also seen a significant price cut in these new generation graphics cards as they are much cheaper than the previous one and offer more power. AMD got an advantage because their upcoming cards will be less expensive than RTX 2nd generation graphics cards, and there we have a guide on best RX 6800 build for gaming and creativity tasks.
RX 6800 is about 579 USD, which is slightly cheaper than the RTX 3080 but offers more performance, which makes it the best value card to consider. We are building a gaming PC, which will be powerful enough to handle the latest AAA titles and support all upcoming titles for at least two or three years. Pre-build options are also good to consider for non-techies, it’s a bit hard to get appropriate components for this kind of build that are compatible with all others, but they are expensive. So if you are targeting 120+ frame rate and 1440p resolution without spending much money there, we have got a complete guide for you. One more thing to note that this build is not just limited to 1440p as you can also play games at 4K resolution on it but may feel an unnoticeable frame rate drop.
AMD Ryzen 9 5800X
Considering some old components for these powerful graphics cards is not a good deal, so I’ve decided to go with the latest AMD Ryzen 9 5800X that the company previously launched. There is a myth that AMD processors don’t perform with Nvidia GPUs or Intel CPUs with AMD GPUs, but that’s wrong. You can even consider the Intel option for this build, and they will work flawlessly in this build, and believe me, there might be some performance difference when considering AMD CPU and GPU, but not that much. I’m assuming this processor is cheaper than Intel options, while AMD brings some new changes in Zen3 architecture, making them better than the previous one. This processor comes with eight cores and sixteen cores, which can handle any latest title or application. This processor’s base clock is 3.8 GHz, which is pretty good, but more interestingly, it comes with 4.7 GHz of boost clock. The company enhanced access to the cache in the processor, and now each core can access that memory better. That all on one side, the great advantage of these processors over the Intel is their overclocking power and the bundled cooler, which is enough to run them at stock clocks. The PCIe Gen4 slots allow double bandwidth as of Gen3, which currently Intel processors also lacks. Overall it’s a great option to consider for this build and the best CPU for RX 6800.
ASUS ROG Strix B550-F
B550 motherboards are comparatively better than X570 because they got more number of ports and features the better overclocking potential to the latest processors. Another reason to consider these motherboards is their low price as x570 chipset boards are expensive, especially the premium models while you can get some good mid-range B series board under 150-300 USD. For this builds, we’ve picked the ASUS ROG Strix B550-F which is a cost-effective alternative of Rog Strix B550-E with the same set of features. The core features of this motherboard are two M.2 slots from which the top one runs at PCIe Gen4 interface while the bottom one at Gen3. This board has everything including the two PCIe x16 slots, PCIe x1 slots, USB 3.2 Gen2 ports including both Type-A and Type-C and decent power delivery. The Intel 2.5G NIC and Wi-Fi 6 motherboard makes it much more premium as all of them are also available in B550-E, which is the premium board. There is an all back colored PCB that gives this subtle motherboard looks and has integrated IO cover with ASUS ROG logo printed on it. Also, there are grey colored lines printed on this board diagonally. At this price range, this is one of the best motherboards we can consider for Ryzen 5000 series processors without breaking the bank.
Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB
Most of the time, it’s a bit hard to get both performance and aesthetics at the same place because the components that give fantastic looks mostly provide a second or third-tier performance. .The Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro is the best memory module we can consider for this build as it allows for best in class performance, supports significant overclocking and has premium looks. There are XMP setting profiles available for this module which gives a decent rating and of course excellent performance. There are RGB lights on this memory which are covered with white light diffusers and produces different effects. The lights on it are controllable through the Corsair software, or you can use any third-party software from ASUS, MSI or Gigabyte. The kit is very reasonably priced, but these modules don’t reach the DDR4 4000 rating. Also, which light diffusers on this module produces pastel color effects which seems terrible. Overall for its price, this is one of the best memory kits we can get for this build.
Corsair iCUE H115i RGB Pro XT
The iCUE H115i RGB XT is built while considering both high performance and low noise operation while usually, CPU coolers lack. As the name suggests, this cooler comes with RGB lights, but you need to know that it doesn’t have RGB fans, but the CPU block contains some RGB lights; however, the company reduced the manufacturing cost compromising too much on the overall looks. This cooler gives the competitors a hard time beating it in performance for the same price, and that’s the only reason I’ve picked up it for this build. The installation of this cooler is also straightforward, and you can fit it over any Intel or AMD processor socket; however, it’s not compatible with TR4 and similar workstation sockets. It’s compatible with Corsair iCUE software, which allows you to produce different RGB effects, and you can make them match the lights of your build. Overall it’s a great piece of product for this price, but it would be much better if it comes with RGB fans on the radiator. I’ve also noticed that the fan noise level was going a bit high when running the processor under high load. With Ryzen 9 5900X, this cooler will work flawlessly and allows you to overclock your processor at its full potential.
SAMSUNG 970 EVO Plus SSD 2TB
There was a time when solid-state drives are not very popular in the market, but these days, these drives have become a necessary component for every gaming build. In this gaming build, we will not use old HDDs because of the rotating parts and high loading time; instead, we will invest that money in the NVMe drive. There are a couple of options available, but I would recommend you to get the Samsung 970 Evo Plus 2TB drive. This SSD has everything, including reliable performance, excellent efficiency, and a low MSRP. The black-colored PCB of these drives matches most of the motherboards’ color scheme and doesn’t affect the aesthetics of the build much. Overall it’s a great NVMe we can consider both our operating system and a few games.
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB
While buying a computer case, you might’ve seen users going cheap because this is a computer system component that doesn’t affect the frame rates. Also, we’ve seen users considering the case upon their aesthetics while ignoring the other factors. We need to consider these things too, but they are not the only thing we need to consider while buying the best gaming case for modern builds. Firstly we’ve to look at the airflow in the case then the looks, and I’ve picked something that has both of them and its Cooler Master MasterCase H500. This case is designed while taking care of thermal performance and aesthetics during its operation on a minimal noise level. An RGB controller can use to produce different RGB effects with it, and the lightning, in this case, doesn’t need the motherboard’s support. The two 200mm fans on the front panel intake the air and cool down the components inside it. Price-wise this case is a bit expensive, but still, we managed it to get it for this build under the price mentioned. This casing requires two USB 3.0 headers on the motherboard or atleast a single 20-pins splitter cable to run all four ports on the front panel.
Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 650W 80+ Gold
Undoubtedly it’s one of the excellent power supply units you can get for this kind of build, but due to the US tariffs, this PSU price is disturbed, and it’s not well available in the US market. The reliable quality of this supply and the ten years of international warranty makes it more appealing to consider. Simultaneously, running at full load, the temperature of this PSU never exceeds 47-50 Degree Celcius. The fully modular supply allows you to do better cable management and not compromise on your build’s aesthetics. There is a Hydraulic bearing fan at the bottom of this PSU, which makes it cool down even under high loads. Overall it’s a great PSU that we can consider for this build; however, it would be much better if you manage to get in some deal.