Why is AMD the Budget Option for Gamers?


  1. Ball Race

    Ball Race45 minutes ago

    Intel is cheaper than amd.

  2. Oakaxe

    Oakaxe23 hours ago

    Is the 750$ budget USD or CAD?

  3. mariozeferino

    mariozeferinoDay ago

    here's what I'd like to see: an explanation on Why my brand new Ryzen 7 2700 is twice slower than my extremely old I7 920 on Lumion rendering software. when it should be 3.5 faster. Ifeel like i am being scammed by AMD.

  4. montyman montyman

    montyman montymanDay ago

    I lov my AMD

  5. Kenshin Himura

    Kenshin HimuraDay ago

    Yes AMD is for poor people

  6. RockManDo KeeperOfTheStones

    RockManDo KeeperOfTheStones2 days ago

    Save a buck, get a bucket of regret.

  7. Mike Mckay

    Mike Mckay2 days ago

    This is just needlessly complicated Cases and PSUs work on both, so those could have been excluded especially as they don't impact performanceSo the "budget" could then have just been for drives, CPU, motherboard, cooler, ram and GPU but with a reflectively smaller budget and with an identical case and PSU being "assumed" for each build

  8. matt karl

    matt karl2 days ago

    I own both intel and AMD systems. For my most recent build (after years of not gaming) I went with AMD and I have no regrets. I have been an AMD fan since I was 14 when I built my first gaming system (33yo now) I am into this build for under 1k and not completely finished with it, however it is finished in the aspect of being a respectable gaming system. -ASUS Prime X470-Pro - $150 -Ryzen 5 2400g - $150 (because I wanted to wait to buy a card - will prob upgrade to 7 2700 eventually) -Sapphire Nitro+ RX590 - $229 -16GB Crucial tactical 3000mhz - $100 (will add another 16) -FSP HYDRO GE 550 - $75 -Crucial MX500 1TB SSD - $120 -Metallic Gear MG-NE510_SR01 Neo Series ATX Case Silver - $110 ***Total $932 I big part of the cost went into the aluminum and glass case which I forget exactly the cost but it was something like $110 and a 3 year warranty on all of the hardware. All things considered I still came in well under 1k and absolutely love the way the rig turned out. I am not a hardcore gamer by any means. I mostly just been playing Paladins with my g/f. With gfx maxed out the game is capping FPS solid at 175..which is totally overkill because I vsync 144hz.. but from the research I did prior to this build I should be able to see 60+fps max setting / 1080 on mostly any game that is out right now.

  9. The Bo

    The Bo2 days ago

    Double channel ram has a bigger impact on games than one could think. Comparing single channel 1bank 8GB vs 2x4GB could be not so fair. Maybe Comparing them the same ram config could show more differences

  10. DaviT

    DaviT2 days ago

    I wish that dude could loose weight... :-( Dude is talented we don't wanna loose you broand it would make a huge difference to your presentation look

  11. Th3HotRed

    Th3HotRed2 days ago

    why Ryzen Graphics card was not used?

  12. I don’t know what my name should be

    I don’t know what my name should be3 days ago

    I wanna see this video but for a 1000$ budget

  13. IdDuncan

    IdDuncan3 days ago

    Maybe add also a prductivity task load testing, Image, & Video édition etc... Just an idea to cover also multitasking behoavior

  14. Dj Sharpe

    Dj Sharpe4 days ago

    Try and match price to performance of this build... uk prices £1200 full build including monitor keyboard mouse... uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/4VRKzY

  15. Dj Sharpe

    Dj Sharpe4 days ago

    Also keeping it aesthetically pleasing... certainly you can pick cheaper components... but would you really want that! What would you build for yourself with £1200 $1300???

  16. AegisHyperon

    AegisHyperon4 days ago

    Xeon is significantly cheaper than Epyc, easy choice if you want ECC

  17. Brian Jobim Tan

    Brian Jobim Tan4 days ago

    PART LISTS Would this work? Linus Tech Tips Challenge Component Selection Price CPU AMD - Ryzen 7 1700X 3.4 GHz 8-Core Processor $169.88 CPU Cooler Cooler Master - Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition 57.3 CFM CPU Cooler $36.99 Motherboard MSI - X370 GAMING PLUS ATX AM4 Motherboard $111.98 Memory Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-2133 Memory $72.89 Storage Western Digital - Caviar Blue 1 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive $45.40 Storage Western Digital - Blue 500 GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive $64.89 Video Card MSI - Radeon RX 570 8 GB ARMOR OC Video Card $139.99 Case Cooler Master - MasterBox Lite 5 ATX Mid Tower Case $49.99 Power Supply Corsair - CX (2017) 650 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply $49.89

  18. SaltyScrubLord

    SaltyScrubLord4 days ago

    Can ROG STRIX Z390-I GAMING, i know its not posible but can it use Ryzen 7 processor? i overheard some1 pairing it with it, and i coundlt find anywhere the answer. And i asume its a no but wtf are they doing then? and if it is posible, how?

  19. Midsummer Night's Dream

    Midsummer Night's Dream4 days ago

    As far as I know, that's not possible.

  20. Shokwavx

    Shokwavx4 days ago

    I'd love to see this at different price points: $1000, $1500...

  21. Михайло Заклецький

    Михайло Заклецький4 days ago

    650w? Really? :)))

  22. Erick Harianto

    Erick Harianto4 days ago

    Strange I tried to build all new pc...AMD is way cheaper for entry-med level PC build, I did a performance and price research

  23. Vert343

    Vert3435 days ago

    The other thing useful on AMD based systems, I could chuck a Ryzen 3 3300x in my current 1300x motherboard without a problem, I couldnt chuck an Intel i3-9100 into a 7100's mobo with just a bios upgrade

  24. Vert343

    Vert3435 days ago

    Intel top CPU in the UK: £500-1000 AMD top CPU in the UK: £300-500

  25. John E

    John E5 days ago

    My $1000 AMD build is just as fast as my girlfriend's intel and nvidia build. And costs $600 less..I actually bave better performance when Im multitasking because of the 6 cores and 12 threads of the ryzen 2600 paired with the 16 gigs of 3200 RAM.

  26. Yeets In Blyat

    Yeets In Blyat5 days ago

    I’ll save ya 12 minutes. It’s because they provide similar performance in the low and mid range, for a good bit less.

  27. You Don't Need To Know Sh!t

    You Don't Need To Know Sh!t5 days ago

    i am poor i stuck with my i3 6100 and gtx 960 :D

  28. Evan Gangle

    Evan Gangle6 days ago

    yeah but you can get the r3 1200 on newegg for $80 and that creams anything intel has to offer at that price.

  29. sKyRyu

    sKyRyu6 days ago

    I hate when someone goes like intel totally suck.. Not worth it.. Amd is better.. Intel suck.. I personally bought a pc in late 2012-13ish.a i5 3rd gen.. And it is still freaking working right now... It sometimes have load pressure and lag a bit... But It is old AF.... I think if u got a pretty good budget.. Then intel is one of beat.. But budget pc amd is ruling rn

  30. Tobias Stamenkovic

    Tobias Stamenkovic6 days ago

    Was "allmost" interesting... Would have loved to see both rigs with a 1660, and figure how much additional goodness you get from the CPU side of things. I mean, if your looking for sort ofa game console replacement that was actually not bad, but alot of us arent just interested in gaming performance "only". You see, when half my cores and clogged up by some VM running in the background etc i DO care for them cores and RAM. Oh the sweet RAM... :P

  31. John Doe

    John Doe6 days ago

    What would life had been like if Cyrix lived.

  32. CRAZY TV

    CRAZY TV6 days ago

    Im using Ryzen 3 2200g with 8gb DDR4 dual channel ram without a dedicated GPU still I can play most of the modern titles without any issues.Its great APU if your budget is low

  33. Rajesh Mandal

    Rajesh Mandal7 days ago

    No you are wrong it's all about money.. if i had lot's of money i m not buying shit to play Games 🤦😂

  34. dapper mole-rat

    dapper mole-rat7 days ago

    Please focus more on CPU heavy tasks, games rely too much on GPU performance.

  35. CSHARP

    CSHARP7 days ago

    Find them.. SURP-RYZEN!!!!

  36. Edward Aquilina

    Edward Aquilina8 days ago

    Can you please redo this test with high end parts?

  37. Houze

    Houze8 days ago

    This would be more fun to watch if it was used parts off of ebay.

  38. ravenwda007

    ravenwda0078 days ago

    My i7 3770k 4.4ghz is still going strong. Might go amd in a year or two

  39. Rami Bos

    Rami Bos8 days ago

    New title: is AMD more consumer friendly? - cheaper processors - cheaper motherboards - good cooler included with the most processors - all unlocked - years long chipset support for future upgrades AMD lacks a bit in IPC but all we "poor" folks need is 60-100FPS so no need for more than 4Ghz.

  40. Vert343

    Vert3435 days ago

    AMD also has backwards compaitibility from Ryzen 3000 to 1000 series motherboards and the other way around, making it even more pro-consumer

  41. F A T A L - T λ C O

    F A T A L - T λ C O8 days ago

    Yeah as an AMD owner, I am a bit on the poor side. And I am happy!

  42. Mathew Leonard

    Mathew Leonard10 days ago

    why the hell would you do a budget of 750 before taxes and shipping ? everybody is going to have to pay for that

  43. bafare25

    bafare2510 days ago

    I've been using AMD for 18 years and I'm not poor.

  44. jonzuk

    jonzuk10 days ago

    Who's the guy with Linus does he have his own channel

  45. Warsun

    Warsun11 days ago

    Its at times like this i wonder if they even know AMD exist. Look. pcpartpicker.com/list/F2MNdX

  46. Art None

    Art None11 days ago

    In Russia amd 1.5 times cheaper than intel, and u can buy oem

  47. Ulaş DOĞAN

    Ulaş DOĞAN7 days ago

    And just by paying 500 rubles more you can get a decent cooler like Gammaxx 400, instead of using stock cooler.

  48. Zoltoks

    Zoltoks11 days ago

    I love my i5 8400 :D

  49. Yusuf Sulaiman

    Yusuf Sulaiman11 days ago

    The value I believe is not in the gaming for AMD. I would choose Intel over AMD if I want to create a gaming PC only. Period. But, if you have other things that you have to do with your pc such as video editing or programming and occasionally gaming, I would choose AMD over Intel.

  50. Rane MstSage

    Rane MstSage9 days ago

    With Ryzen, AMD is great for gaming, they have come along way.

  51. Generic Scottish Channel

    Generic Scottish Channel12 days ago

    I like the physical representation of the 2 with their laptops.

  52. Judge Dredd

    Judge Dredd12 days ago

    5:52 incompatible issues ??? what was wrong?

  53. BroToPro

    BroToPro12 days ago

    for me intel is only good if you can get like a 6th-7th gen system that's used for very cheap

  54. Renato Lizardo

    Renato Lizardo13 days ago

    You gotta buy the monitor though, gsync is way more expensive than freesync monitors.

  55. Michael Davies

    Michael Davies13 days ago

    First world problems aye , I wanna buy 3rd gen ryzen but I love intel

  56. Dor .Eilon

    Dor .Eilon13 days ago

    I would love to see a video like a 1500$ price

  57. Dor .Eilon

    Dor .Eilon13 days ago

    *a video like this for 1500$

  58. wizardmole

    wizardmole13 days ago

    I use AMD, and I can agree its for poor people XD

  59. wizardmole

    wizardmole13 days ago

    Ive been using an Athlon 200ge paired with a 1050 ti, and it does the job, for the price that is..

  60. twertygo

    twertygo14 days ago

    I'd like to see a mid range graphics cards performance

  61. Bloodk

    Bloodk14 days ago

    Honestly I think you should've benchmarked inside a case instead of a test bench since temperatures and airflow can play a huge role in a budget build like this.

  62. Thino Kemell

    Thino Kemell13 days ago

    there's not much difference, if the case has well planed good airflow then it can actually outperform an open air test bench but i do agree that the airflow can play a big role but it's a simple thing to avoid bad flow

  63. Qta

    Qta14 days ago

    my overclocked 4770k is laughing at every AMD CPU.

  64. xterva PC

    xterva PC14 days ago

    that won't happen in my case with 500 dollar budget

  65. Earls jr Computer

    Earls jr Computer15 days ago

    i like intel better support in windows

  66. Timothy Girdwood

    Timothy Girdwood15 days ago

    Was he limited to Nvidia for some reason? He could have bought a vega 56 ($299) with that $40 left he had on his budget.

  67. Raptore eninefour

    Raptore eninefour15 days ago

    How much for an Anthony?

  68. Splash _CSC

    Splash _CSC16 days ago

    So do a video where you have 70 dollars in your pocket at the 10th of the month! For food water and to live off! Then buy a computer from some stupid used place! Wheres there some real important parts missing! Reality bro! Love your content! have a good one! Peace!

  69. Nmotsch idontwannagivemyrealname

    Nmotsch idontwannagivemyrealname17 days ago

    "So that means I don't need a cooler anymore" Intel stock coolers, eww

  70. Javier Godoy

    Javier Godoy17 days ago

    For CPU go for ryzen they are the best For GPU go for nvidia a 256 bits Will be good

  71. Robert King

    Robert King18 days ago

    Seriously? 6 cores at half the clock speed is comparable? In what universe???

  72. Kretie gaming

    Kretie gaming16 days ago

    well it all bout the gaming

  73. Not Given

    Not Given18 days ago

    I'd like to see you guys do an analysis like this but for a Linux server build (nothing having to do with gaming, nor with video performance in general). I'd like to build some servers to use in-house (on-premises) to experiment with developing fast (no Internet-related speed restrictions) shared database applications and for other things that I don't want to have deployed in the cloud. Reliability and storage redundancy would be very important, whereas, CPU performance wouldn't be. A discussion of RAID controller options as well as JBOD controller options would be very nice also, as would issues pertaining to disk drive choices. Slower cooler-running and quiet drives would be my choice over louder, hotter-running, high-RPM drives.

  74. Andrew Davis

    Andrew Davis20 days ago

    A good cooler might let the 8400 stay closer to its 4ghz boost clock for longer

  75. MyFestivus

    MyFestivus20 days ago

    AMD has always been for the "budget minded".

  76. M Z W N

    M Z W N21 day ago

    Can you make budget gaming pc amd r5 2600? And rx580? Plsssss

  77. Wut

    Wut22 days ago

    Well amd is much better and cheaper and I play amd supported games


    PERIODIC TABLE23 days ago

    All hail the PC Master Race! Whether you're a fan of intel or AMD.

  79. Nanta

    Nanta23 days ago

    That AMD rig is almost the same as mine


    SAYAM.S SANGHVI23 days ago


  81. foosfighter

    foosfighter23 days ago

    no SSD is a fail build

  82. Matthew Friedley

    Matthew Friedley24 days ago

    Hey guys. I love your channel. I'm clueless when it comes to what to get for a computer gaming build. What would you suggest for around 500 to 600 dollars. (American) dont know where to start other than just checking out PC part picker and watch a lot of videos on builds. Thanks.

  83. Broken Piano Tunes

    Broken Piano Tunes24 days ago

    Just finished building my friends PC with an Ryzen 5 QED it runs smoother than my i5 8th gen build, not faster, just smoother in game.

  84. Wade Carlson

    Wade Carlson24 days ago

    Overclocking doesn't get you much... The i58400 route would beat the amd hands down

  85. Wade Carlson

    Wade Carlson24 days ago

    The i5 8400 beats most amd chips in gaming and it's super cheap... You can get an Intel motherboard cheap that runs the i5 8400... No reason to spend more on amd lol

  86. FORS4TAN

    FORS4TAN25 days ago

    5-10% is still a benefit. Benefits not the logo win.

  87. Benjamin Frost

    Benjamin Frost25 days ago

    Do this again for AMD vs Nvidia graphics

  88. vmws

    vmws25 days ago

    What about a ryzen5 2600 and a gtx 1060

  89. Jonathan Padron

    Jonathan Padron25 days ago

    Just built my first pc with more or less the best I could’ve bought 2080, 9900k, 360mm cooler. I’m planning on doing a cool cheap build in the future so I wanna go the amd route and build a good rig for maybe 500$

  90. Antti Tolamo

    Antti Tolamo25 days ago

    There is also TOC. Intel has bit harder upgrade path for CPU's and motherboard than AMD. Costs more as you may need to change motherboard if you get new Intel CPU. If both are close otherwise it makes more sense to buy AMD as it gives you more options to upgrade.

  91. MIke M

    MIke M25 days ago

    You are building a budget air cooled pc and you are worried about overclocking lol.

  92. Rné S.

    Rné S.26 days ago

    Ryzen 7 3700x or i7 9700k for gaming ?

  93. Shaun Anderson

    Shaun Anderson26 days ago

    Where was that cooler on the AMD price list? Bullshit.

  94. whssy

    whssy26 days ago

    Anthony should expand into ASMR videos. Such a calming voice.

  95. Wil Post

    Wil Post27 days ago

    Anthony needs to do something about that comb-over. Just own the hairline, dude.

  96. Sang Kim

    Sang Kim26 days ago

    Ahahaha that made me lol

  97. Real Solid Air

    Real Solid Air27 days ago

    Here is what i put together for 750 (prices may fluctuate) pcpartpicker.com/list/XpQNtg

  98. Alkhemist 95

    Alkhemist 9527 days ago

    So Linus from the past already knows the result of the build-off all along.

  99. Blurp Bibablobop

    Blurp Bibablobop27 days ago

    Amd is the way to go for ECC ram.

  100. Eric Broderick

    Eric Broderick28 days ago

    Bcause you can get a 6 core R5 2600 for $169?

  101. Rui Kazane

    Rui Kazane29 days ago

    *"Budget Option"* Thumbnail shows no money in wallet And Intel's quad core was faster with the FX processors(CPUID CPU-Z benchmark)

  102. Maxonerous X

    Maxonerous X29 days ago

    I laughed because Anthony's build is basically mine with a different PSU, HDD and SSD and a 1660 ti instead of a 2060. I think the case is even the same, mine's from DIYPC

  103. Ryrin

    Ryrin29 days ago

    The very fact that you had to switch to a non-k CPU to make the Intel build more competitive is all the more reason not to support the shitty practice of locked CPUs. And that means not supporting Intel at all. Also you're still inflating the price of the build by not considering AMD cards that can match a 2060 for far less money. Money that you can then use to include an SSD because who the hell builds a computer without an SSD these days?

  104. Finn Buhse

    Finn Buhse29 days ago

    is that a far to expensive motherboard i see? mreporter.net/v/video-SEszLdXMMu4.html completely inaccurate results (jk)

  105. Emmanuel Gallardo

    Emmanuel Gallardo29 days ago

    $9 for 5% improvement? (Intel) Smh waste of money.

  106. ShoneDaddy

    ShoneDaddy29 days ago

    The 6 core 12 thread 2600 will age WAY better than the 8400.

  107. ELMolliez

    ELMolliez29 days ago

    This was amazing

  108. Devon Farmer

    Devon FarmerMonth ago

    It helps that AMD has an easier naming structure

  109. Nikjooo

    NikjoooMonth ago

    It would have made much more sense to have gone with a 9400f intel rather than the 8400. The 9400f is faster and cheaper than the 8400 and would have beaten the ryzen 2600x in most games. Also, going with a 1TB HDD is a big mistake in my opinion, when you can get a 500gb SSD for almost the same price. That's cutting corners at the wrong place. A SSD makes the whole desktop experience so much better, plus games load much faster. This is an ABOUT build i would have done i.imgur.com/BpDGNqW.png ... Since partaker does not always list all deals, some parts i would have chosen differently. You can for example get a zalman s3 case for about $33 currently on newegg which would have been my preference even if it does not fit high coolers like the hyper 212.