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    Default Need Help With Upgrading Current Pc (Ryzen 3 2200g $550 Budget)

    BUDGET: $550
    Mostly Gonna Be used For Gaming
    Current RIG

    CPU:Ryzen 3 2200g
    Motherboard:Asrock B450m HDV
    Ram:Team elite 2x4gb 2666mhz
    SSD/HDD:Seagate baracuda 1tb
    GPU:intergrated Vega 8
    Psu: MWE 450w
    Chassis: DA TALITAKUM MIRROR (3 Fans) 1 on the back 2 front
    OS:Windows 10
    Monitor 768x1366 20inch

    i need help with upgrading my current pc with a budget of $550 any recommendation please thanks!

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    Is that in US Dollars or Indonesian Rupiah?

    Also, do you have any preferred online stores you are looking to shop at?

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    1) Try to put an SSD inside and then upgrade a 1TB or 2TB HDD. Adding non OS Storage is a thing of 5min or less. Just put it in and you're good.
    2) The Board I'd change to something that definately comes with VRM Heatsinks. They aren't much more expensive either (only ~5-10€ or so).

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    Default Need Help With Upgrading Current Pc Ryzen 3 2200g 550 Budget

    Id be looking at an 9600k, Vega 64, or a 1080 if you can find some pc3200 16gb kit, and a Samsung M2 drive. Not sure how EU works out but depending on what size hard drive you get and how high end you go with ram you should be around 650 for the CPU/Graphics, 200 for HDD/ram. No reason to spend big on mobos these days IMO unless you have some special need. They pretty much all overclock well snuff these days.

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