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AMD Ryzen 3 3200G Processor with Vega 8 Graphics from Amazon, plus build parts advice, £77.99
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AMD Ryzen 3 3200G Processor with Vega 8 Graphics from Amazon, plus build parts advice, £77.99

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Posted 18th Feb

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AMD Ryzen 3 3200G Processor with Vega 8 Graphics from Amazon £77.99

The Ryzen 3 3200G is a 4core 4 thread CPU, and a base core speed of 3.6GHz, and boost speed of 4.0Ghz, and has 4MB of L3

The Vega 8 Graphics are amazing for low entry gamers,

Nice parts to pair with this is:

MSI B450M-A PRO MAX £54
be quiet! System Power 9 500 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply £40*
CiT F3 Case £25*
2x Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 8 GB (1 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory £25 each £50
Transcend 110S 128 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive £26
Seagate BarraCuda 1 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive £33*

uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…Ldm

*some of the price on PC park picker dont pick up true CCL prices, click on them and find the above prices,

#Ryzen love higher ram, the 3000mhz is a nice fit for the ryzen 3200G system.

##500W Quality PSU, incase u add a GPU laters on, very reliable.

### 120GB NVMe drive selected, to give the performance boost to the system, works wonders with the 3200G for the O/s and then have the games on the 1TB, an excellent choice for that ultimate budget machine.

#### B450 MAX MB, an excellent choice for upgrades laters on.

£306..... package.. with excellent componants.
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For £10 more CCL are selling the Ryzen 1600 AF, which is basically a Ryzen 2600. I highly recommend that for better performance and value. cclonline.com/pro…49/
phenooo19/02/2020 00:30

For £10 more CCL are selling the Ryzen 1600 AF, which is basically a Ryzen …For £10 more CCL are selling the Ryzen 1600 AF, which is basically a Ryzen 2600. I highly recommend that for better performance and value. https://www.cclonline.com/product/229759/YD1600BBAEBOX/CPU-Processors/AMD-Ryzen-5-1600-3-2GHz-Processor-Six-Core-16MB-L3-Cache-Boxed-/CPU0449/


No GPU though. That's the only real reason someone would buy these APU's.
phenooo19/02/2020 00:30

For £10 more CCL are selling the Ryzen 1600 AF, which is basically a Ryzen …For £10 more CCL are selling the Ryzen 1600 AF, which is basically a Ryzen 2600. I highly recommend that for better performance and value. https://www.cclonline.com/product/229759/YD1600BBAEBOX/CPU-Processors/AMD-Ryzen-5-1600-3-2GHz-Processor-Six-Core-16MB-L3-Cache-Boxed-/CPU0449/


yeah i know, but that require's a GPU!,..... and means its a £450 package time u whack in a half decent GPU, but then just go here and buy this: hotukdeals.com/dea…d=7

£484.....

this is £308 as an idea for someone, for that low entry and lower budget person who doesn't have £450..+

but your right people could take my idea on the £308 get the 1600AF + £10 more, then add a GPU RX580 atm is £145 = £463 VS the prebuilt method.. ....
Edited by: "sarden84" 19th Feb
Where were you last week with this post!!! I've just put together a 'budget' system with a view to upgrading in the next 12-18 months when the prices of the Ryzen processors drop significantly.

Just bought the following.
Ryzen 3 3200g - Amazon @ £77.99
MSI B450 Tomahawk Max - Amazon @ £89.99
Crucial Ballistix Sport 3200 2x8gb - Amazon @ £55.49
Corsair TX550M Gold - Amazon @ £60.97

Today I aim to buy a NVMe M.2 SSD (probably WD Blue 512gb @ £64’ish) and a case/fans - probably a Corsair 110R as I want tempered glass panel and a place for an optical drive (Amazon @ £47’ish). Fans TBC. I'll be using an existing 2 TB HD.

I know the MoBo and PSU are overkill for a ‘budget’ system but as I mentioned earlier, I intend to buy a much more powerful processor, CPU fan and £150 to £200’ish GPU next year. The bias will be more towards office work/ entertainment then gaming.

Any thoughts?
Well, I've got the Corsair 110R case and WD Blue 500GB NVMe SSD in the Amazon basket (see above) and have settled on two of THESE basic case fans until I find a good deal for fancy fans.

Any positive or negative comments before I push the button on these items? Cheers.
ilepak19/02/2020 13:28

Well, I've got the Corsair 110R case and WD Blue 500GB NVMe SSD in the …Well, I've got the Corsair 110R case and WD Blue 500GB NVMe SSD in the Amazon basket (see above) and have settled on two of THESE basic case fans until I find a good deal for fancy fans. Any positive or negative comments before I push the button on these items? Cheers.


Are you talking about the WD Blue SN550? Make sure that it is the 550 and NOT the 500. The 550 uses a new controller that improves the bandwidth and speed of the TLC and helps with transfer speeds. The WD 550 is probably the best 'Budget' NVME drive on the marker right now Imo. You can't go wrong with it.
ilepak19/02/2020 13:28

Well, I've got the Corsair 110R case and WD Blue 500GB NVMe SSD in the …Well, I've got the Corsair 110R case and WD Blue 500GB NVMe SSD in the Amazon basket (see above) and have settled on two of THESE basic case fans until I find a good deal for fancy fans. Any positive or negative comments before I push the button on these items? Cheers.



i dont get involved with peoples choices of cases.

but as for the WD blue, there isnt many offers about atm when it comes to the 500gb range right now, the WD is a fantastic product,.. but for £30 more ---> amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1

better value.
phenooo19/02/2020 00:30

For £10 more CCL are selling the Ryzen 1600 AF, which is basically a Ryzen …For £10 more CCL are selling the Ryzen 1600 AF, which is basically a Ryzen 2600. I highly recommend that for better performance and value. https://www.cclonline.com/product/229759/YD1600BBAEBOX/CPU-Processors/AMD-Ryzen-5-1600-3-2GHz-Processor-Six-Core-16MB-L3-Cache-Boxed-/CPU0449/


I would definitely recommend going this path, granted you will be paying roughly £60-80 extra for a decent graphics card. I'd recommend getting an RX 470/480/570/580 or a GTX 970/1060
Solado19/02/2020 13:45

Are you talking about the WD Blue SN550? Make sure that it is the 550 and …Are you talking about the WD Blue SN550? Make sure that it is the 550 and NOT the 500. The 550 uses a new controller that improves the bandwidth and speed of the TLC and helps with transfer speeds. The WD 550 is probably the best 'Budget' NVME drive on the marker right now Imo. You can't go wrong with it.


Thanks for the advice. I made sure I ordered the better, more expensive SN550.
sarden8419/02/2020 13:45

i dont get involved with peoples choices of cases.but as for the WD blue, …i dont get involved with peoples choices of cases.but as for the WD blue, there isnt many offers about atm when it comes to the 500gb range right now, the WD is a fantastic product,.. but for £30 more ---> https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ?tag=pcp0f-21&linkCode=ogi&th=1&psc=1 better value.


Thanks for the advice. I was going to get a 250 GB SSD originally as that was all I needed but thought I'd get the 500GB as it was only about £20 more. If the 500 GB was my starting point I would probably have gone the £30 more but I have to stop somewhere before I get driven crazy!
I'd swap out the 120hb 'nvme' for a 240gb sata.

For gaming/general use there is little or no difference other than twice the capacity for the same price :P
Would this output at 4k on my tv thinking going for media pc with 4k blu ray hdr playback and would need a soundcard to do 5.1 for logitech speakers .
Alf.Garnett19/02/2020 15:33

Would this output at 4k on my tv thinking going for media pc with 4k blu …Would this output at 4k on my tv thinking going for media pc with 4k blu ray hdr playback and would need a soundcard to do 5.1 for logitech speakers .


Yeah this would be just fine for a 4k media server / media player. As for the sound card it would depend on your motherboard but probably not as built in sound cards are normally pretty good these days.
Solado19/02/2020 15:49

Yeah this would be just fine for a 4k media server / media player. As for …Yeah this would be just fine for a 4k media server / media player. As for the sound card it would depend on your motherboard but probably not as built in sound cards are normally pretty good these days.


Cheers
7788 on CPU Passmark - right about the I5-7600T at 7983 - BUT, costs £300 new!!
and the only reason i've been looking as i picked up a cheap Lenovo M910Q LGA1151 which could do with a processor ugrade!
now i'm thinking of flogging that and using that money to purchase a new Ryzen!
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