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hey what's going on everybody 2/6 8:7 your back up again with another pc build god video and today I have a $600 gaming PC but before I get into the build I have a very cool announcement I need to tell you all I am doing a collaboration video very soon I know you're thinking you're like slash here are you collabing with it must be somebody really small and terrible at YouTube to agree to do a collab with you right cuz you're bad no I'm actually collabing with a very cool guy a youtuber who is a good bit larger than I am in channel size not in girth he's actually pretty slim trim it is scatter vault I'm sure a lot of you have heard of them but yes we will be making a 50-dollar one on one see who can build the best gaming PC for $50.00 video it's gonna be in two parts and my part my first part should be coming out soon and then the second part should be coming out in the beginning of August but it is something to look forward to being able to collaborate with scatter vaults big honor and he's a great guy to work with so it should be pretty interesting to see who comes out on top but let's be honest we all know who's coming out on top team / ok let's get into the build so starting off with the CPU I have the Intel Core i5 6500 you all know the drill it's a 4 core 3.2 gigahertz CPU the turbos up to 3.7 gigahertz it's very good for the money and as far as gaming goes it's really all you're gonna need and a build in this budget range it's gonna do everything you needed to do it's based on the skylake architecture so it's pretty up to date and overall for $200 you really can't beat it very good CPU for the money right here and great in a $600 gaming PC next up for the motherboard I went with the gigabyte gah 110m micro ATX motherboard based on the socket 1151 so it will support our CPU it has two memory slots and supports up to 32 gigabytes of ddr4 has four SATA 6 gigabits per second ports that's plenty of SATA ports for me I don't know about you you make the choice but we also have USB 3.0 headers so as far as speedy file transfer goes without having to go all the way to the back of your PC it is good in that regard and I certainly use USB 3.0 all the time transferring all these video files that I use for YouTube so USB 3.0 is a must for me next up the RAM I have crucial 8 gigabyte kit – 4 gigabyte sticks of ddr4 clocked at 21 33 megahertz its Ram it does what it needs to do you put it in your PC and you forget about it this is no exception no fancy heat shields on this thing just straight up Ram and it's gonna do what you needed to do it's made by crucial they make good RAM no complaints here might as well throw it in the build since it is the cheapest kit I could get next up for the hard drive I'm pretty happy about this one I went with a Seagate Barracuda 2 terabyte 3.5 inch 7200 rpm internal hard drive like I said 2 terabytes that is a very good number in today's world file sizes getting larger games getting larger we're getting 6070 gigabyte games and in you know when when file size is that large you're pretty much gonna need 2 terabytes 1 terabytes doesn't get you nearly as far as it used to so for only $67 which is only about $20 more than a one terabyte hard drive it's a no-brainer to go for the Seagate Barracuda 2 terabyte hard drive next up the heart of the PC the main selami it is the Sapphire Radeon rx for 84 gigabyte video card this thing is sporting 4 gigabytes of gddr5 has a core clock okay a core clock of 1.1 2 gigahertz only a TDP of 150 watts based on that news bowlers architecture we have very good efficiency here and it supports crossfire up to 4 GPUs at a time that is very very good and since it is the 4 gigabyte model it's only going to cost us $200 so you can't complain about the price right now the RX 480 is the price to performance king the GPU Department the GTX 1060 graphics card benchmarks have just recently come out today and they couldn't beat the RX 480 in price to performance so our X 480 was a no-brainer to put in this build very good GPU for the money right now and it fits perfectly into a $600 gaming PC this thing should play pretty much anything you want at 1080p Ultra settings at around 60fps next up for the case I like this one a lot it's the DIY PC zonda ATX mid tower case right now it's on sale only $26 here very very very good case for the money I love the color orange and it's a mixture of orange and black with front panel USB 3.0 is plenty of room for cable management and in my opinion it is one of the best looking budget cases you can get for $26 getting something that looks like that is a great deal I really love the look of the case and it does have all the additional things that you'd want it has for 3.5 inch bays so plenty of hard drive space there and it does have a couple of 2.5 inch bays for SSDs in the future if you're into that kind of stuff so I really do like this case and I highly recommend it in this build next up for the power supply have the Corsair builder 500 watt 80 plus bronze certified ATX power supply for only $25 this is pretty much the best deal on a power supply you can get right now I have a Corsair builder Series PSU in my main system and it's a 750 watt variant but it still is the same deal you know they've all run very well 500 Watts is gonna be plenty for a system and for $25 you just can't beat it so that's the build guys it's a great time to be a PC gamer this $600 PC you should be able to run anything at 1080p ultra around 60fps just a very good time to be a PC gamer great deals all over the place great GPU deals specifically the rx 40 is great and it's gonna be great in this build so if you have any questions be sure to leave them down in the comments below and the beautiful men and women in a-slash think tank will help you out be sure to leave a like rating if you enjoyed the video and go ahead and check out the description if you're interested in buying any of the parts mentioned in this video they are my 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