Php 50K Gaming PC Build Guide [May 2018]

50K Gaming PC


The goal is to build a middle-end gaming setup while trying to keep the cost close to the Php 50,000 budget range. The build guide only includes the System Unit. Remember that this is only a guide and you don’t need to follow it religiously. Please feel free to point out any mistakes and/or suggest what you think can improve the build/s within this price segment.

Intel 50K Gaming PC – Total: Php 49,890

AMD 50K Gaming PC – Total: Php 50,450

Prices are based on PC HUB Online PL (May 31, 2018)

These setups will be able to handle every game you’ll throw at it even on high to ultra graphics setting at 1080p. Play PUBG, Fallout 4 and even Battlefield 1 while maintaining consistent FPS. The GTX 1060 is arguably the best card you could get if you’re only gaming in 1080p. Casual streaming is also viable with these builds. Just remember that anything running in the background could heavily affect streaming. Internet speed is a big factor as well.

Similar to the 30K Gaming PC Build Guide [May 2018], the difference between the two builds is that the Intel setup offers better out of the box performance in gaming while the AMD setup could possibly match it through overclocking. Both machines won’t be needing upgrades anytime soon, although with the AM4 socket, the Ryzen 5 1600 can be replaced easily if needed. If you have the budget, you could add an SSD. Although, I personally think that the only noticeable change is loading time, which doesn’t really improve the gaming performance.

Truly a beast in 1080p gaming, get ready to eat some chicken dinners

Again, I would recommend the Intel setup if you’re not interested on overclocking at all and care only about gaming. Otherwise I’d go for the AMD setup.

Ryzen (1000-Series) Overclocking Guide

Check out other build guides for this month:
Still having doubts? Click here to know if it’s a good time to upgrade or buy a gaming PC.

If you have any questions about this build or need recommendations, don’t hesitate to leave a comment.

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8 Responses

  1. MADO says:

    I love the frequent builds you are making.

    I tried building one in my blog with a budget of PHP 5k just for fun. 😀
    Find it here:

  2. Loki says:

    ty for this but this is my build 46k

    mobo: MSI b450 mortar titanium
    processor: ryzen 5 2600
    ram: 2x8gb gskill 3200
    gpu: 6gb zotac 1060
    ssd: 240gb WD green
    chasis: tecware edge TG

  3. aldren says:

    bistekph just want to say i love you bruh

  4. ferdz says:

    “Monitor” – A’m I Joke To You?

  5. Rafaela Dy says:

    Sir, can you please tell me about the upgradability of the setup with regards to GPU, RAM and HD?

    • bistekph says:

      Hello, Rafaela.

      There’s an updated guide for the 50K build you can check here:

      As for the upgradeablity, the GPU is very recent and you’ll probably won’t need to replace it for at least 5 years. You can also easily add more RAM when the time comes where 16GB of memory is no longer enough. As for storage, you can also easily just add more SATA HDDs or SSDs.

  6. Ralph says:

    You basically have three options when it comes to buying a gaming computer. You can buy a pre-built computer right of the shelf, or internet. You can have someone build your gaming computer to your liking, with the hardware that you choose. Or you can build it yourself. All three of these are viable options, and of course each have their upside and downside.

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