As you may know, with the pandemic, and later with the chip crisis, the prices of all things technology have skyrocketed, and in fact, they are still not 100% back to normal. Yes, it is true that graphics cards are finally getting cheaper, in addition, in recent weeks, we have seen an AMD very interested in lowering prices, both in its older and more recent offerings.
Which is exactly why we have a lot of good people with the question “Will €1000 be enough for a decent Gaming PC?”
Well then, nothing better than taking advantage of the promotions Black Friday to see if this is still possible or not.
Is it possible to assemble a Gaming PC with 900~1000€ in hand?
So, to get to the build for this article, we went to Globaldata’s Black Friday campaign, and also entered our coupon ‘GDLEAK20’. The result was a €964 machine, by the way, quite competent for the current world of gaming, and also productivity. Let’s look at the list of components?
Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 5700X (Link)
Graphic Card: AMD Radeon RX 6650 XT (Link)
Memory: 16GB DDR4 3200MHz (Link)
Motherboard: ASUS Prime B450-Plus (Link)
Storage: 1TB Samsung 980 (Link)
Source of Food: Seasonic 650W Bronze Double-EP (Link)
Cashier: Kolink Inspire K1 (Link)
Cooler: Jonsbo CR-201 (Link)
An extremely component machine for the price, perfectly capable of playing any game in FHD at the maximum of its capabilities, and even capable of making some jokes in 1440p in some less demanding titles.
It’s a PC that asks for a quality monitor, capable of good frame refresh rates, as is the case of this monitor or of this alternative. But above all, it guarantees good longevity in the field of video games.
Also, what do you think about all this? Interested in a machine of this type? Or do you prefer to spend some more money, or wait for the mid-range offerings of the next generation of graphics to come out? Share your opinion with us in the comments box below.