Budget Gaming PC Build Under $300 2017

Best Budget Gaming PC Build Under $300 2017

Best Gaming PC Build Under $300 2017
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$300 for Gaming PC Build? It is possible and of course you will get better specs than buying Pre-Built PC at the same price. Build a $300 Gaming PC still allows you to handle most games even if you have to settle for a medium-high setting on 1080p monitors.

Gaming obsession is very unfriendly to the budget, but not a few gamers who have a very tight budget. With a limited budget of $300, you are stuck by a graphics card. However, considering one of the advantages of PC Build is the possibility of upgrading, let's just say the $300 budget is the gateway to a medium or even high-end system in the future.

So, Budget Gaming PC Build Under $300 2017 could mean you are faced with a combination of G4400 processor, RX 420 2GB, 4GB RAM and 320GB of storage. Looking at the specs, you can actually play some of the best casual games or even some demanding games. Below is a list of components for Build $300 PC Gaming 2017.
Motherboard for Under 300 Gaming PC Build 2017 ASUS H110M-E/M.2 LGA1151 DDR4 M.2 HDMI USB3.0 H110 MicroATX Motherboard

Current Price : $44.99Check Latest Price
Processor for Best 300 PC Build 2017 Intel G4400 3.3 GHz Pentium 6th Gen Processor

Current Price : $58.42Check Latest Price
Graphics Card for Best Gaming PC Build Under $300 2017 Gigabyte Rx 460 2GB GDDR5 Windforce OC Graphics Cards

Current Price : $89.99Check Latest Price
DDR4 Memory for Gaming PC Build Under 300 2017 Ballistix Sport LT 4GB Single DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DIMM 288-Pin

Current Price : $32.99Check Latest Price
Storage for Gaming PC Build 300 2017 Western Digital Caviar Blue 320GB 7200RPM 3.5 Inch Hard Drive

Current Price : $19.95Check Latest Price
Power Supply for $300 Gaming PC Build 2017 EVGA 430 W1 80+ WHITE 430W Power Supply

Current Price : $29.99Check Latest Price
Gaming Case for $300 Gaming PC Build 2017 Rosewill FBM-01 Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case

Current Price : $20.99Check Latest Price

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PC Build Details

At least to stay on this budget, we found one nice but affordable motherboard. Asus H110M-E / M.2 using Intel H110 chipset with 5X Protection II for dependable stability, LED-illuminated audio shielding and DDR4 support. Features absolutely complete for motherboard under $ 50, including 1 x PCIe 3.0 / 2.0 x16 (x16 mode), 2 x PCIe 2.0 x1, 1 x M.2 Socket 3, 4 x SATA 6Gb / s ports, Intel® Rapid Storage Technology Enterprise supports, 4 x USB 3.0 / 2.0 ports, and 6 x USB 2.0 / 1.1 ports.

This Build will use the performance of the 6th Gen Intel Pentium G4400 with 3M Cache and run at 3.30 GHz. Maybe some people prefer G4500 with 3.50 GHz. Overall gaming performance between them has a very small difference when running the latest games, to stay on the budget we still choose G4400. A good processor when combined with a qualified GPU, although it is important to upgrade, at least i3-6100 that supports Intel Hyperthreading Technology, enabling two processing threads per physical core.

While the GPU, is a Gigabyte Rx 460 2GB GDDR5 Windforce OC Edition Graphics Card with 1212 MHz Boost Clock, a good one and may still be purchased on this budget. This is your weapon to handle some 1080p games @ 40-50fps, while some other games such as Witcher 3 may only last 30-40fps. If one day you want to upgrade, GPU is the one that needs to take precedence, maybe you want to move to RX 470 or higher.

To compensate for performance, 4GB DDR4 2400MHz is a wise consideration. We should choose DDR4 2133MHz (the reason for the price that makes it out of budget) because Intel Chipset limitation on the motherboard for 6th Gen processor will run at the maximum transfer rate of DDR4 2133MHz. So, 2400MHz is automatically downclocked to 2133MHz. To be better, later on you can add another 4GB stick because there is still one slot on the motherboard.

What about storage? While you have to save money and stay at 320GB capacity. Of course this is not enough for the long term so on the other day there may be a budget to increase capacity. How about the speed, 7200RPM can be relied upon to speed up the system though not comparable with the type of SSD.

The power consumption of approximately 211 Watt and 430W PSU is a good consideration between the budget and the preparation of increased power requirements for future upgrades. In addition we also found a good computer case for you to use, Rosewill FBM-01 Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case, accommodating quite well with very affordable price.

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Thus, the information for Budget Gaming PC Build Under $300 in 2017. We guarantee this build is compatible, of course this is also the future of PC Gaming that provides enough space for upgrades including expansion, memory etc. Thanks, Give an opinion in the comments field.


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