The Ultimate $2000 Gaming PC Build 2023

/ 3 weeks ago
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There’s no shortage of amazing PCs on the market these days, from pre-built to custom-made, you’re not lacking for options. However, we are big fans of building our systems and were eager to see just how much performance you could get on a budget of $2000. That’s not exactly a budget build, but it’s a far cry from the upper limits of PC building, where an RTX 4090 could eat up the entire $2000 budget alone, and frankly, that’s not something everyone can afford when you still have to buy every other component.

The Ultimate $2000 Gaming PC Build

We’ve teamed up with our friends at XPG to provide us with many of their latest products, such as the ADATA XPG Lancer RGB 32GB DDR5 6000MHZ, XPG Battlecruiser II PC case, XPG Core Reactor II 850W power supply, XPG Levante X 360 AIO liquid cooler, and the ADATA XPG Hurricane 120mm fans. As well as some hardware from various brands such as AMD, Gigabyte, and Seagate from our stocks to complete the build. Overall, we think we’ve ended up with some pretty fantastic hardware. Of course, all retail links are provided below, and when you’re done reading through, we have the build video below which features some gaming benchmarks so you know what to expect from such a build.

Where to Buy

All links are used locally, which will link to your relevant region, such as the UK or US on Amazon. At the time of writing, the total price came to $1947.24, but of course, this is subject to change over time, based on your region, and stock availability, but should otherwise be pretty close.

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AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D –

AMD Ryuzen 7 7800x3d

XPG Levante X 360 –

xpg levante x 360 aio liquid cooler

Gigabyte B650 AORUS Elite AX –

aorus b650 elite ax motherboard

ADATA XPG Lancer RGB 32GB DDR5 6000MHZ –

xpg ddr5 memory

Seagate Barracuda Compute 2TB –

seagate barracuda 2TB hdd

ADATA XPG Gammix S70 Blade 1TB NVME –

xpg gammix s70 blade 1tb

Gigabyte RX 7800 XT Gaming OC –

amd radeon rx 7800 xt graphics card

XPG Battlecruiser II –

complete build

XPG Core Reactor II 850W –

xpg core reactor II 850W psu

ADATA XPG Hurricane 120mm –

xpg hurricane 120 argb pwm fans

Build Video and Performance

What Would You Change?

Is there something you would do differently? Would you increase or decrease the budget? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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