Hi Guys…!!!… Welcome to the new PC build. Here we are going to do a PC build with Ryzen 5 3600 and RTX 2060 Super. So, let’s get started…
Today we are going to build a PC that will offer the best value for money, while
also letting you keep all of your body parts inside of your body.
The Case we’re going to use is the Metallic Gear Neo Air, which is probably the best entry
level case that I’ve had which offers clean aesthetics with a front grill that looks great
while also offering great airflow with its black and white combination, and the RGB fans
it comes with just make it a very well rounded selection for this build.
Asus has provided overkill VRMs on their motherboards in this generation, so
all of their X570 motherboards perform well, you even get PCI-E 4.0 support at this
price point, and the X570 Prime probably offers the best value for money and it will also
match well with our black and white themed case.
Then we come to the Ryzen 5 3600, which has proved itself to be the best value for money
option for gamers offering 6 cores and 12 threads at a very affordable price, and it
can also handle productivity workloads like Adobe Premiere very well.
We’re going to use the stock cooler that comes with it, as its 65W TDP doesn’t require
serious cooling, even with the awkward airflow that it will create in our case.
The RAM we are going to use is Adata’s XPG Spectrix RGB RAM which looks great with its
simple design, while also not being expensive for a 3600 MHz set, which is the sweet
spot for Zen 2 CPUs.
Then we’ll use the Antec NeoEco 650W to power this build with its multicolored cables
that everyone loves.
It is a nice affordable option which also won’t get stressed much because of the low
power consumption of our build, and while we have the TUF edition here because I used
it in the Asus TUF case review, you can go with the regular version, or the modular variant
for cleaner cable management.
So now let’s install the motherboard in our case, which I generally do before installing
the CPU and other components.
Then we finally come to the most important part of a gaming PC, the GPU, and for that,
we have the Nvidia RTX 2060 Super, which offers great performance for its price, and
also offers Ray Tracing and DLSS, even if you may not care about that a lot.
Then we add a 2 Terabyte WD drive for storing games, and we also used a 240GB WD Green SATA
SSD, which is a very affordable option that works very well if you are not going to be
writing a lot of data to it.
You can also go with the M.2 version of it instead of this 2.5-inch form factor to get
the feel of building a more expensive PC for the same price.
The cable management on this build turned out to be pretty decent without needing much
effort, and we also added Deepcool RGB 350 LEDs.
You can buy a Full HD IPS or a high refresh rate TN panel monitor from BenQ, LG, Acer
or Asus for this build, as I don’t have anything that I have personally tried that
I can recommend it.
But for keyboard, you can go with the Gigabyte Force K83, which is the best budget
mechanical keyboard as long as you’re able to find it in stock in India.
The Logitech G402 will also be perfect for this build.
If you can afford to spend some money on speakers, the Swans M10s are something that I really
cannot recommend enough, and this Corsair Gaming headset is also a great value option
You could also buy this Fiio e10K to get good quality sound which I consider to be very
So that was the result of my first mid-range build, and I am pretty happy with the result.
We also only included the necessary components in this and didn’t spend extra on the separate
cooler, and extra fans, but everything still looks great while also working very well in
the metallic gearcase.
The RTX 2060 Super, combined with Ryzen 5 3600 offers very good performance at gaming, and
can also handle some serious productivity workloads without costing a lot, which is
great to see.
So, this was the PC build with Ryzen 5 3600 and RTX 2060 Super.
If you have any query then comment below or contact us.