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Powerful PC Gaming configuration on AMD
Powerful PC Gaming configuration on AMD

What is the “High-performance PC Gaming Configuration on AMD” tutorial about?

In this video tutorial I will configure a gaming system based on AMD, with which you can play the latest titles at high settings. Starting from the Ryzen 5 3600 processor, I will make a powerful PC Gaming configuration on AMD.

Ryzen 5 3600 is a brand new processor that is amazing at its price-performance ratio.

I chose for this build, a CPU from AMD, because many of you have requested this. In the past we have made PC configuration guides more about the platform Intel, but now I think AMD with the new Ryzen processors did an excellent job and it really deserves attention.

Why didn't I choose Ryzen 5 3600X? Powerful PC Gaming configuration on AMD

Ryzen 5 3600x is the same processor as the 5 3600, except that it has a higher frequency and a slightly larger cooler in the box.

Unfortunately it is not worth it, because it offers with 5% more performance at a price with 20% higher.

With the difference of money you buy a cooler better than the one that comes with 5 3600X, which helps you raise the frequency even faster, and at the same money you had to pay on an X, you get even better performance.

Motherboard for Ryzen 5 3600?

We chose a rather simple Gigabyte entry board with B450 chipset, which gives us everything we need for flawless processor operation.

We do not have luxury facilities, but we do not need either, our main concern being the budget.

The video card is an RX580 with 8GB and a good cooler.

It is important to know that at present, even if we also have RX590, RX580 remains the best buy in terms of AMD graphics card. However, RX590 is almost the same video card, the difference being only a higher frequency on RX590 without RX580.

Adata XPG memory.

I chose Adata because it offers good performance, RGB and decent price.


I recommend the Adata XPG SX8200 PRO which offers top performance at a super decent price. No matter how you take it, with this SSD you can't go wrong.

I personally use this SSD and it behaves great, even when it is loaded, it barely feels. He takes all the ones without giving a gasp.

Source and housing?

As usual, the source is Seasonic with bronze certification, also for the budget, and the case is a generic one with mounting the source down and “airflow” enough; But I'm sure some of you will choose the case according to your preferences.

List of components used in the AMD Performance PC Gaming Configuration tutorial:

  1. AMD Ryzen ™ 5 3600, 35MB, 4.2 GHz processor with Wraith Stealth cooler
  2. GIGABYTE B450M S2H Motherboard AM4, 2 x DDR4, rev. 1.0
  3. ADATA Memory XPG Spectrix D41, 8GB DDR4, 3000MHz, CL16, RGB
  4. MSI Radeon RX 580 Armor OC Video Card, 8GB DDR5, 256-bit
  5. ADATA XPG SSD SX8200 PRO 512GB PCI Express 3.0 x4 M.2 2280 NVME
  6. Source Seasonic S12II-520 Bronze, ATX12V, 520W
  7. PC Serioux MAKENNA case, without source, Middle Tower, ATX

Update Bios for Ryzen 3000 support

At the moment, all these cards are based on F40, which is compatible with Ryzen 3000 series processors. However, it may be an older board, out of stock or used if you have an older bios that does not support Ryzen 3000 processors.
If you don't have the latest version, you have to do a Bios flashback, and the least difficult part is that you have to do this without a processor, memory, video card, monitor image, etc.

Here's a flashback bios tutorial for Asus. And it's similar to Gigabyte (see below).

How to make bios flashback to Asus (from 8 minute: 12

Here's the process for Gigabyte:

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About Cristian Cismaru

I like everything related to IT&C, I like to share the experience and information I accumulate every day.
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  1. Yes. Thanks for the tutorial. Although I have reached the age of gaming and I certainly will not take such a system, I always listen with pleasure to your videos because they extract useful information from them. From discussions with friends who are good at IT, I deduced that AMD offers the best value for money, which you confirm. Intel are very good only if the scores are higher.

  2. For the chosen motherboard to support the third generation Ryzen processor, a BIOS update must be made. If you do not have an AM4 socket processor, you cannot. Comes with F1 must update to F40.

  3. I do not recommend that video card but my radeon rx 580 armor oc 8gb, to me after a year of use already began to figure the plate (the screen went off for a few seconds and recovered, another time went on and the screen turned off) I changed the board with a new saprhire radeon rx 5700 xt nitro + goes white for now.

  4. I want a recommendation for the net network board, I lag in games the big ping 140-360 ping I net from the fiberlink digi 1000, the motherboard is and b450 tomahawk, and I do not realize what it is that I have such a big ping.

  5. I want a recommendation for the net network board, I lag in games the big ping 140-360 ping I net from the fiberlink digi 1000, the motherboard is and b450 tomahawk, and I do not realize what it is that I have such a big ping.

  6. It's not necessarily that. What is better than an Intel or AMD is a bit like a petrol or diesel car. Each one has pluses and minuses.
    I personally preferred an i5-9400F vs. another AMD. This processor is good (and) for gaming and costs around 600 lei. AMD is on 1.000.
    What I saved from the processor I put on the video card. RTX 2060 is much more than an RX 580. Or even over a GTX 1660 TI.
    I got the BF system below at 3.950 lei.
    PS: I'm not a bad gamer. But a gaming system is a different league from the classic desktops.
    Kind of like cars… a kind of sports car :))

  7. Hello Cristi.
    I want to buy a gamming system, but I am very indecisive, so an opinion from you would be welcome.
    1. At a budget of 4500 lei, a gaming laptop can handle a few years? Or is it avoidable and insist on a desktop PC?
    2. Regarding smart processors, is the noticeable difference between a smarter i5 and an i7? What do you recommend for a laptop. . . .I want something with good price-performance ratio.
    3. As for the nvidia video card, it is worth buying a gtx1060ti at a decent price. . . .or make an effort for the new rtx2060? Do you see a big difference between them, to be used in the next 3-4 years?

    Thank you very much and I am waiting for an answer.

  8. I still have a question. . .because no one told me.
    For example, if I want to buy an Asus laptop, the manufacturer has several levels of technical equipment on the site. But in the physical / online stores in Romania, only a few configurations of each laptop model are presented.
    So, can I choose the configuration I want from the manufacturer's site, and then the physical / online store to deliver my laptop? Or should I just limit myself to what the store has in stock?

    Thank you.

  9. Video board on 01.11.2019 = 949 lei
    Video board on 18.12.2019 = 2300 lei

    Emag people :)))
    to any other distributor finding at least 1000 lei.

  10. I purchased the following:
    MSI B550-A PRO motherboard, INAZA 500w power source, AMD RYZEN 5 3600 processor, Memory DDR4 XPG 8gbx2 PC4-25600 3200Mhx, SSD m2 -> LEGEND 710 PCie Gen3x4 M2280 SSD 512GB, SSD 1TB SATA
    I assembled, but with an older video card, and I have no video. What advice can you give me, and what video card should I buy? I want it to be fast, I'm 83 years old, I worked in IT, but I also have 20 years of pension. The current computer is quite old and runs a bit slowly.

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