Building a budget RYZEN gaming PC that
can double as a productivity monster is a lot easier and cheaper than one would
think so on top of showing you where to find these parts I’m going to show you
step by step on how to put together this hybrid gaming beast that leaves you or
puts you right under the $300 mark but leaves you room plenty for upgrades but before we jump in this video is served up courtesy of the subscribe button and notification bell be sure to hit them both on your way out first up you have the gigabyte B450 M DS3H micro ATX motherboard I’m going to go ahead and unbox it now For the CPU we’re going with the RYZEN 3 2200G which has onboard graphics Radeon 8 graphics that well will drive home some pretty
good 720p or 900p and maybe even 1080p low setting gaming again this platform
will leave you for- will leave you room for upgrades, if you want to upgrade to
say an RYZEN 5 2600 but more on that later Okay, So it might be a little difficult
for the camera to pick up but there’s a triangle right here in the corner of the
socket you pull the lever back And get the CPU ready you’ll see there’s a little triangle here on the corner of the CPU and then there gently you want to go
ahead and drop the cpu in there make sure it’s nice and snug and like I said
drop the lever down CPU installed Next up we have some memory so when you’re installing your memory you want to consult with your manual but essentially
these sockets are numbered so this is ddr1 ddr2 ddr3 and ddr4 since we’re
going with dual channel ram here to get two sticks of four gigs so eight gigs in
total we’re going to be installing them into DIMMS one and DIMMS two you want to take the tooth right there that little slot make
sure it’s lined up with the groove give it a firm press down till you hear
that snap just do the same thing Memory installed next, we’re going to
be installing the cooler that came with the RYZEN 3 2200 G wanted to mention that the thermal paste comes pre-applied onto this cooler, which I have some NOCTUA cooler somewhere that I just used on the testbed but for this use case
scenario the thermal paste that’s already applied from the factory should
suffice for this setup Alright and then the most important
component arguably in any system is the power supply unit now a nifty tool to
use in your arsenal while shopping is and I’ll put a link in
the description to the PC part picker list for this particular build and
its Intel counterpart that really couldn’t be built at a similar price
point it’s a little more expensive about a hundred dollar premium Corsair vs 450
watt power supply 80 plus rated for maximum efficiency that’s going to give
you low noise and well while not fully modular at least gives you some nice
sleeving on the cables next we’re going to do is I’m going to connect everything outside
of the case and one reason why you might want to do that is to check to make sure
all the components are functioning properly turning on and everything is
showing up correctly in the BIOS once I do that and everything checks it looks
good we’re going to go ahead and put everything inside the chassis and get
Windows installed 24-pin connector which is almost always
on the right side of the motherboard and you’re gonna take that press it down until you feel a
good snap let you know it’s in there secure it properly then you have
the eight pin CPU power connector so look with your power supply they’re
almost always marked on the side right there to let you know you know what what
cable fastens to what connector the two most important connectors are plugged in onto your motherboard your 24 pin power connector the eight pin CPU power
connector you have you SATA cable which is used to transfer data from the
motherboard to the SSD or hard drive manual for that matter then speaking of
hard drive we’re gonna go with a 240 gigabyte storage and what this is going
to serve as a Windows boot drive next what you want to do is you want to make
sure you are installing the SATA cable to the motherboard in the highest
most top SATA port connect your SATA cable to the SSD there’s two there’s two
spots on the SSD the smaller connector is for the SATA the larger one is for
power from the power supply we’re going to plug in the power supply unit hook up the HDMI any other peripherals and make sure she powers on or
give it a first test boot alright so you can see here we’re in
the BIOS ev erything looks good alright so you see here we have our CPU frequency says
3500 megahertz that’s actually 3.5 gigahertz temperature 29C so CPU cooler Basic- I’m not sure how to You can see our voltage is at 1.2 voltage memory 2133 that’s DDR4 ddr4 default now when you’re running RYZEN what you want to do is,
you always want to make sure you are running the fastest possible XMP or
memory overclock profile you want to get the most out of your ddr4 in most cases
it’s a simple click and switch in the BIOS We have our SSD SANDISK 240
gigabytes shown here for the first boot option we’re actually going to install
windows on there so everything- so everything looks good what we’re going to do next is we’re gonna go ahead and unplug the power supply unit and
fasten it down in the case and get Windows installed. an underrated step most people tend to forget to do and that’s install your i/o shield which
goes inside there and it just makes everything look cool and what not soo motherboards installed we’re going to go
ahead and install the power supply unit Just going to drop it in right there all right as you can see now we have the
motherboard yeah the motherboard is installed CPU
coolers installed 2, 4 gigabytes sticks of 8 gigabytes total of RAM and the corsair vs
450 watt power supply everythings installed mounted to the chassis what we’re going
to do next is do some mild cable management and go ahead and get windows installed and there you have it this RYZEN
budget-busting gaming PC is all set up and good to go but with a future investment of between two to three hundred dollars you can significantly boost performance
with this system by adding a second generation or Zen plus base CPU like a
RYZEN 5 2600 and a discrete card somewhere long lines of rx 550 or rx 570
other than that lab rats that’ll be all for this one I hope you enjoyed this
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    AND Thanks for the watch! Benchmarks are somewhere down the track if this ones too long in the tooth for ya.. Consider this a "lite" guide we'll shoot a more detailed three-parter but I hope it shed some transparency to those who could be on the fence about budget PC gaming or building a PC on a tight budget. We could of nickel and dimed the here there, but the price point is under $300 (USD) and starts you off with room for performance enhancing upgrades .. Hope to see you all soon! BE EASY

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