Looking to build your own computer this 2021? Finding the best deals in PC components to fit your gaming PC build? Tight budget of ₱20,000? Then you’re in a tight spot. 2021 is not the best year to build your own gaming PC. At the very least, it’s going to be difficult to get the best value for your money. Nonetheless, if you have your own reason that forces you to build one this year, fret not.
We scoured all stores and online pages to find the best PC component deal to build your own gaming PC with a tight budget of ₱20,000.
So without further talks, let’s start our B2G Php20,000 gaming rig 2021.
First off, we would like to note out that the prices of each component will vary from store to store and may change from time to time.
Intel Gaming PC
Intel Core i3-10100F Processor 6M Cache, up to 4.30 GHz
MSI GTX 1050 Ti Gaming X 4G GDDR5
Gigabyte H410M S2 (LGA1200) Motherboard
Gskill Aegis 4GB Single DDR4 2400Mhz
Kingston A400 SSD 240GB 2.5 SATA III
Any ATX Case that cost less than ₱800
Cooler Master Elite V3 400watts
Our build has exceeded our budget but value-wise, we prefer to get an i3-10100F over the Pentium G6400. Otherwise, you can downgrade the processor to stay within the budget.
To give you a general idea of how this setup will perform, you can watch this video benchmarking an Intel i3-10100F and a GTX 1050Ti on a 1080P resolution.
AMD Gaming PC
Next is our AMD gaming build. In this build, we will focus on getting the most out of your money.
Similar to our Intel build, we also have slightly exceeded our budget for our AMD build. Then again, it’s better to get the Ryzen 3 3100 over the Athlon 3000G. Otherwise, you can downgrade the processor to stay within the budget.
For our AMD build, we went with the 3rd generation Ryzen 3 3100 and paired it with a much more budget-friendly graphics card, the GTX 1050 Ti. To give you an idea of how well this setup will perform, you can watch this video benchmarking the Ryzen 3 3100 and the GTX 1050 Ti on various games with 1080p resolution.
If you find our build guide helpful, share this article with your friends and on your social media accounts. So you can also lead those who are looking to build their own setup too.
If you’re knowledgeable enough, you can swap each component to your preference. Just make sure that the components of your choice are compatible with the system. Otherwise, the compatibility of the components is the buyers’ responsibility which means, no returns and no refunds.
Just a few reminders:
The builds listed in this article are the computer processing unit only.
Our builds do not include a monitor and PC peripherals.
Our builds also do not include an operating system and you need to consider that. Fortunately, there are free open operating systems that you can download such as Linux.