This is a $600 ultimate 1080 gaming Ryzen 5 build powered by Ryzen 5 1400. Thanks to RSmake for this Ryzen 5 that he posted at our community build forum.

Here is all the parts list that go into this build,

Ryzen 5 Build Parts List:

1. Ryzen 5 1400:

This is probably the best Ryzen 5 budget CPU out there in the market. With a nice clockspeed of 3.2 and a turbo boost to 3.6 with SMT hyperthreading on 4 cores.

You can expect to see extremely good performance for how much it costs. Do note that you’re going to need to push specific motherboard BIOS updates to get the most out of this processor.

2. MSI B350M MicroATX AM4:

For the R5 1400 we’re using, this motherboard would allow for efficient overclocks, even on air.

It has a very nice build quality, LED-s along the side and it’s an eyecandy to look at, it has an M.2 slot built in. The only compromises I’ve seen on this board are the fact that there are only 2 fan headers aside from the CPU header and the two ram slots, but that should be ideal for us in this case.

3. G.Skill Ripjaws V Series (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2666:

For its price, it’s cheap and good looking ram memory with a nice speed to it, which we know Ryzen benefits a lot from. It can be changed to something higher, so if it isn’t to your personal tastes, feel free to change it however you wish to.

The thing here is, one more memory stick could be bought running the same frequency and you’d have upgraded your system a lot.

4. WD Caviar Blue 1 TB 7200 RPM HDD:

I’d personally go for a WD Black Series HDD seeing as they’re more reliable, but hence this is a budget oriented build, we’d have to stick to it.

It’d also be nice to squeeze in an SSD due to the speed beneficial factor in loading specific applications, but with our current budget, we aim to get as much performance out of our system as possible.

5. MSI Radeon RX 570 4GB ARMOR OC:

It all comes down to personal preference here, I like the ARMOR OC model of the 570 a lot. There are other models you can go for, but for the purpose of this build, I’ve decided to pick this one out in specific.

The benchmarks of an R5 1400 and an RX 570 are very good in games, hitting 60 fps in almost every title currently out there 1920×1080 wise.

6. Fractal Design Core 1500 MicroATX Mini Tower:

There’s really not much to say about this case in general. It has nice looks and a solid build quality for its price, cable management would be a bit hard to manage. It has room for everything you want to put in it, and will better in this Ryzen 5 build.

7. EVGA 500W 80+ Bronze Cert. ATX PSU:

I’ve personally used this power supply a lot in the builds I’ve done for clients, and I have absolutely no issues with it.

It is very reliable and the best power supply you can get for the price and for what we need in this Ryzen 5 build.

As I’ve said up above as well, feel free to change anything to suit your tastes. This is merely a productivity blueprint that could get you the most out of a system for its price point.

If you need specific benchmarks to look at this Ryzen 5 build, here’s a video from YouTube. This is not my content and all rights go to the respective content creators:

 

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