This is a budget computer meant for medium 1080p 60 fps. All the parts that I chose had that in mind.

CPU: Hey it can run most modern games at 60 fps. That is good enough for me.

Motherboard: It has good vrm heatsinks, debug leds and 3rd gen ryzen support.

Memory: A decent 3000 mhz kit. Works.

Storage: SSDs are A M A Z I N G!!! I think 480gb for now, is enough.

Video card: Slightly slower than my rx 480. It works well for 1080 60. Dont need more.

Case: It has good airflow.

PSU: It has good reviews on the internet. Pretty good one for the price.

Mobo speaker: I love the retro beep and it helps me in debug any problems.

Driver USB: Keep it as back up.


  • 1 month ago
  • 2 points

Constructive Criticism - For $800 you could have gotten a much better system $800 is enough for a 2600X or 3600 and a GTX 1660/Ti, so I'm not sure how you only managed to get a 570 and a 1200. Cable management is pretty decent, considering you don't have a PSU shroud. However, I personally would have gone with a case with a PSU shroud since it makes builds that much more aesthetically pleasing.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

I forgot to mention that I am in Canada. So in usd dollars this would be about $600 or something. That 800$ is also after taxes.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

It would be nice if I got some feedback on the cable management too. THX

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Build name: tntl