The Apu Build Under 500$
Budget an issue
For many of us budget is always an issue. But fear not, I'll make sure your budget is not an issue. This is the 500$ apu gaming pc build and how you can upgrade it
As an apu, the Ryzen 3 3200g is a perfect budget option. It has Raedon Vega 8 Graphics. It's comes around 105 bucks. This will get the job pretty much done. The 3400g is also a good option but the budget restricts us to use this to get a better motherboard. Speaking of which, let's get onto it!
The b450 series motherboard is a necessity in today's time. Though the a320 series is a lot cheaper, you will need to update the bios and then update it again whenever you upgrade to your new cpu. But the b450m pro vdh max is a really good motherboard which will cost you around a 100 bucks and will be a good option.
The ram I've selected is the Teamgroup T-Force Delta RGB Ram which is a good RGB ram for our budget and you need not upgrade this ram in the near future. Since we don't have a graphic card, let's head to the storage
The budget lets us use the 1tb harddrive as storage. The other alternative is 240gb ssd but I'd recommend using a 1TB harddrive and then upgrading to a 500gb ssd. For the same, I've picked up the Segate Barracuda 1Tb harddrive. This will get the job done:).
There's nothing much to say about it. It's the best for business. Corasir VS450!❤️
This is the budget case option. It's really good compared to the price. The Ant eSports 200tg is a cabinet which will get our job done.
Thie following are the upgrades for the future. Make sure to do them and your pc will be great. GLHF!
Graphic card: Nvidia 1650 super
Storage: Adata 500gb ssd
3 120mm fans to put in the front
Processor (If in the future): 3300x( if any 4000 series processor available buy that)
Make sure to first upgrade to a graphic card and then do these upgrades eventually. Peace out!