✅ TOP 5: Best Gaming PC Build Under $5000 2020

✅ TOP 5: Best Gaming PC Build Under $5000 2020


Are you looking for the best gaming PC build
under $5000? In this video, we will breakdown all the components
that go into this amazing build. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best gaming PC build under $5000, we have included links in the description for each
product mentioned, so make sure you check those out. Starting off with the CPU we have the AMD
Ryzen 9 3900X. The 3900X is currently AMD’s flagship processor
and for good reason too. Until the announcement of the 3950X, this
CPU was unrivaled in terms of ability and it offers you much more than just gaming potential. That’s right, this CPU is multithreaded
and brings you a whopping 12 cores and 24 threads. Out of the box, this CPU will run at 3.8GHz
and can be boosted up to 4.6GHz for the overclockers out there. While the clock speed and single-core performance
may fall slightly short of the impressive Intel Core i9-9900K, this chip will handle
tasks like a workstation pro and is much better value for money. Next we have the CPU cooling which goes to
the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R CPU Cooler. To help ease your building process, we have
selected the ML360R from Cooler Master. The extra cables you are going to have to
manage from the sheer amount of RGB fans are all compatible with each other, meaning these
can all go into the same fan controller. This liquid cooler features three 120mm fans,
which are, of course, addressable RGB and features a splitter included to help you wire
this up. The radiator is 360mm, giving you plenty of
room for heat dissipation and keeping those temps down. Up next is the GPU which goes to the EVGA
GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Ftw3 Ultra 11G. A high-end gaming computer is only as good
as its graphics card? Well, what about two? That’s right; we are going for the dual
RTX 2080 Ti setup and its mouth-watering. This GPU is one of the highest performing
cards in the benchmarks, and while many will point out two is overkill, the FPS counts
in 4K are truly amazing. This GPU boasts 11GB of GDDR6 VRAM and is
considered one of the more efficient Titans available. A second 2080 Ti is also recommended to complete
the SLI setup. Next for RAM we have the G.SKILL Trident Z
Neo Series 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3600MHz. This 32GB memory kit from G.Skill offers plenty
of RAM for you going into the future. The fast 3600MHz speed is perfect for the
new AMD Ryzen CPU, which will actually increase your gaming performance. With this speed, you are guaranteed never
to be bottlenecked by your RAM, even when running RAM-hungry applications. High-quality, high-capacity, and stunning
RGB, perfect for the $5000 build. Up next we have the SSD which goes to the
Sabrent Rocket NVMe 4.0 2TB. Sabrent are not considered the biggest name
in the world of SSDs, but they were one of the first manufacturers to roll out the PCIe
4.0 SSD. This Sabrent Rocket PCIe 4.0 takes advantage
of its latest interface, which came out with the AMD X570 motherboards. This SSD features sequential read and write
speeds up to 5,000 MB/s and 4,400 MB/s, which is already much faster than the highly regarded
Samsung EVO 970 Plus (PCIe 3.0). With this 2TB device, you have enough space
for your operating system and a selection of your most played gaming titles. This SSD will give you instant access to your
system with a snappy boot-up and fast application load times. Next we have the HDD which goes to the Seagate
BarraCuda 4TB. The SSD needs back up, and it comes in the
form of this Seagate BarraCuda 4TB HDD. This internal hard drive is perfect for storing
all your files that don’t require a quick boot up. Up next the PSU choice is the Seasonic FOCUS
Plus 1000W. The $5000 gaming PC is home to some power-thirsty
components, so a solid PSU is going to be required. This high-end build has a 1000W Seasonic PSU
at the core, with a gold+ efficiency rating too. The Focus Gold PSU comes with full modularity,
a 10-year warranty, and Seasonics hybrid silent fan control, giving you the perfect mix of
power and cooling. Now for the MOBO which goes to the GIGABYTE
X570 AORUS Xtreme. The overclocking capabilities of the Gigabyte
Aorus Xtreme are incredible, and it is easily one of the best consumer motherboards on the
market. This X570 is the larger “E-ATX” size giving
you room for future expansion and features an Aqantia 10GbE LAN port. The board is compatible with 2nd and 3rd gen
Ryzen CPUs, and we see a direct 16 phase Infineon Digital VRM Solution too. The board comes with other “nice to haves”
such as USB-C, Wi-Fi, and glorious RGB Fusion 2.0. The four DIMMs support a RAM overclock up
to 4400MHz ina dual-channel setup. The board is wrapped up in a thermal reactive
armor. Not only armor, but we see fins-array heatsinks,
direct touch heat pipes, and thick thermal pads all interconnected to give the motherboard
a massive heatsink. This motherboard is one of the best and features
new components to ensure the PCIe 4.0 signal quality remains superb. This is a monster of a motherboard, and you
can rest assured it will look after your expensive components. And for the final piece of the puzzle we have
the case which goes to the Phanteks Enthoo 719. A high-end build like this is going to need
a quality PC case to keep the components safe with style, of course. The Enthoo is a full tower beast from the
guys at Phanteks and comes in comprised of black aluminum on the outside, with a steel
chassis underneath. The case comes with Phanteks PWM hub, removable
HDD cages, and brackets if you wish to water-cool this machine in the future. This tempered glass case brings you all the
space you need to really get the most out of your $5000 gaming PC. So that sums up the best gaming PC build under
$5000. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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