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Build Guide | 15K Budget Gaming PC | Q4 2016

Overwatch Capable Budget Gaming PC

The title says it all – A budget gaming PC around 15K PHP capable of handling titles at modest settings under 1080P with frame rate hoovering around 60+ FPS as our main concern. 15K PHP will actually net you a Radeon RX 480, or a GTX 1060, so we are pretty excited to see what this mid-range graphics card equivalent PC has to offer.

Credit Goes To Capew for the Performance Review

Now for this build, we’ve taken the opportunity to utilize a budget platform for the 6th Generation Intel micro-processors. We’d love to create an AMD equivalent, but that’s a topic that could be dissected at the end of 2016 where the next generation AM4 based chipsets are slated to be launched. Prices are definitely not final, so you might see fluctuations on actual street prices. The prices and items you’ll see here are mostly taken from PCHub, and other TipidPC based retailers. Now without further ado, let us check out the list.

PROCESSOR: Intel Pentium G4400 @ 2, 700 PHP

The Intel Pentium G4400 is a budget oriented LGA 1551 based Dual Core CPU running at 3.3 GHz with 3MB of cache. It’s not a number cruncher, but it should be enough for light to medium titles especially this side of 2016. The G4400 is by no means a powerhouse but it excels at affordability which suites our build well. A review from LegitReviews shows that it is indeed a capable CPU at just under 3, 000 PHP.


MOTHERBOARD: Asrock H110M DVS @ 2, 700 PHP

The ASRock H110M DVS might be an entry level board but it has the feature set that makes it a great proposal for its given market price. The board for an instance, is capable of overclocking memory kits, and has a 5+1 power phase in spite of its relatively low price. On top of those, this board has 4 USB 3.0 ports, and features an enhanced audio solution. The board also comes with 100% solid capacitors, has 4x SATA III ports, and looks rather neat. What’s not to like?



With memory module prices skyrocketing this end of 2016, it is hard to recommend a flashy high frequency kit from the start. There isn’t much to choose from here so we decided to go with the Kingston Value RAM 4GB 2133 MHz DDR4 module at 900 PHP – the cheapest single stick of 4GB RAM we could find at the market. 4GB wont really cut it on today’s games and applications so get two at 1, 800 PHP.



While it’s the year of the GTX 10 series, the GTX 750 Ti is still one of the best budget oriented graphics card in the market. The cheapest or should I say, the most affordable option down this path is ZOTAC’s GTX 750 Ti at 4, 990 PHP. Sure there’s the AMD Radeon RX 460 priced beyond 5, 000 PHP but this one supports Nvidia’s GeForce Experience which should help you optimize your games in a breeze. The GTX 1050 is also a good choice, but it commands an extra 1, 000 PHP premium.



You’ve got a choice to make here. Get an average capacity HDD or get a fast SSD from Team Group at the same price of 1, 950 PHP. The HDD is a good choice if you require the space for music, movies, and games but will net you a slower loading time between applications. The SSD on the other hand will limit you to a maximum of 3 to 5 games (if they are 10GB each + future patch data) but will definitely help you load your game, and Operating System way faster. If you only wish to play a number of eSport titles, then the SSD is for you. We’ve got a review of its 240GB model HERE for your reference.



The HEXA+ 450 is a reliable 400W Power Supply Unit from FSP that sports all the connectors we require for the build. The PSU also features sleeved cabling as a plus. It’s basically a cheap, yet a reliable 80+ efficient PSU from a well known brand in the industry. Nothing to laugh at.



The case is least of our concern for this build. You can get a cheap one from any retailer but make sure to get a mATX model for better PSU cabling compatibility. The EASY PC RAKK is a good choice around 400 PHP but we will leave this for you.


The cost of this build nets us around 15, 950 PHP. That’s without the peripherals and the display which should cost you an extra 4, 000 Pesos. You should also note that prices fluctuates every now and then especially when the US Dollar is at its highest compared to the Philippine Peso. That said, make sure to bring an extra amount of money should the components features a higher value compared to our listing. As for parts availability, it is still better to visit Gilmore Avenue. After all, it is a place where major PC retailer are within reach of each other. For a build guide, you can check our 20K Gaming PC Guide HERE.

If you can find these items on a single retailer in one swoop, you can actually ask for freebies. I usually haggle for a free mouse, keyboard, and a headset instead of a discount.


This build is actually pretty amazing for its price. It’s dirt cheap but it can actually hold its ground at Crysis 3, Fallout 4, and many other titles at Medium to High Settings at 1080P. With that said, Overwatch, DOTA2, and other eSport titles are perfectly playable using the parts we listed above. Watch the video below from RandomGaminginHD for more details about the build’s performance at 1080P. It’s rather impressive.

Credit Goes To RandomGaminginHD for the Performance Review

If you have no more than 20K to spend on a Gaming PC then this is the one that you should build. It’s not hard to believe that a budget Gaming PC got what it takes to ensure a smooth gameplay through various titles. This build might be for gamers wanting to upgrade from older systems. But, it is also for those wanting to get a piece of the PC Gaming Platform without burning their wallets. Welcome to the #PCMasterRace.

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  1. may suggestion ba kayo dito boss sa build ko?

    gusto ko rin malaman kung anu magandang cooler dito..yung affordable quality..thanks

    build for
    *design work

    Processor: Intel Core i3 6100 3.7 GHz
    Motherboard: ASRock B150M Pro4
    RAM: ddr4: Crucial Ballistix Tactical 1x8gb 2666 8gb
    Video Card: 7300 OR XFX RX 460 2GB – 5200
    Hard Drive: Toshiba Q300 240GB SSD
    Power Supply: Seasonic S12II 520W 80PLUS Bronze
    casing: thermaltake versa h15

  2. May suggestions din po ba kayo sa build na ‘to? At ano rin po ang marerecommend niyong pc case para sa build na ‘to?

    Intel Pentium G4560 3.6 ghz 2-core Processor
    Asrock H110M-HDV Micro-ATX
    Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB Single DDR4 2133
    Gigabyte GTX 1050 Windforce OC 2GB
    Western Digital Caviar BLUE 1TB
    Corsair VS450 Power Supply

    • Bro that’s good enough. Make sure na may Kabylake bios update na yung board mo. H110M is designed for Skylake kase.

      I would recommend a mATX case but these will do around 1500 PHP:
      -Cougar MG100
      -Tecware Edge
      -Deep Cool Smarter (999)

  3. Boss ano pong marerecommend nyong GPU, RAM, Power Supply, at Case po para sa mga parts na ‘to?

    -Intel Core i3 RefreshIntel Core i3-4170 3.70GHz (Dual Core) Haswell Refresh Processor
    -MSI H81M-P33


    • Pinakamababa na GTX 750 sa recommendation ko bro.

      If budget doesn’t permit, pwede ka maghanap ng used graphics along the lines of HD 7800+ Series – though I do not recommend it. Save up onti then get something worth your investment. :)

  4. boss, panu pala malalaman kung ilang watts(PSU) yung CPU unit? para malaman ko din kung ilang watts dapat bilhen?, mas mataas na watts mas ok ba? sensya na newbie e,

  5. Sir. Asko ko lang if i can add an 8gb ddr4 memory with 4 gb ddr 4 with same csl? Asus h110m-d po board ko. Hooig for your answer. Thank you po

  6. ask ko lang sir if this 15k pc budget is ideal. I will not install any game in the future in this pc I just want to enjoy the present games.

    kung ikaw ba tatanungin ndi as a business minded person but as a gamer. okay na ba to para? is okay or not? I wish you won’t answer pde na or okay na rin.

  7. Hello po newbie here and wala po kong alam sa pag build ng pc as in,, kaya gusto ko po mag start na ngayon pano gumawa,, kaya can someone show me san mabibili yung mga parts and pano ikabit and i install? please reply quickly po Im from bulacan btw

    • Parts are everywhere bro. SM Malls usually have PCHub, PCX and PCWorx branches. May Octagon din but medyo mahal sa kanila. Best kung kaya mo dumaan ng Gilmore.

      You can find a lot of build resources on Youtube.

  8. Hello po! I was wondering if the Intel Pentium G4400 works with the GTX1050, because I was browsing through your guide, and it said that the GTX1050 was compatible with the Intel Pentium G4400. However, several online threads said that this CPU will bottleneck the 1050. I am also thinking of playing 2016-2018 games with the G4400 + GTX 1050, so I am wondering if this combination will in any way affect my gaming. Another thing that I am thinking of is upgrading to the G4560, will that change my gaming experience for the better in any way?

  9. sir ano po pwede ko gawing upgrade dito? low budget lang po meron ako. pang fortnite at pubg po.

    Processor: AMD A8-7600 3.1 GHz
    Motherboard: Gigabyte F2A68HM-S1
    RAM: ddr3: Crucial Ballistix 1x8gb 1866Mhz
    Video Card: Integrated
    Hard Drive: 1tb seagate
    Power Supply: neutron fit 700w
    casing: neutron fit

  10. Sir gusto ko po magbuild pc pang gaming ang budget 20k lng po kasama ba ang monitor pwede po ba malaman ang materials para pagpunta ko sa gilmore alam n

    • Luma na tong guide na ito, and with the pandemic… medyo mahirap gumawa ng brand new gaming PC with that budget dahil nag sky rocket yung prices. :(

      Best bet mo is this config from PCHUB:

      AMD Ryzen 3 3200G – 6800 (price could be lower pag bundled sa compatible mobo)
      8gb (dual) ddr4 3200 G.Skill Ripjaws V – 2250
      Asus Prime A320M K – 2730
      Corsair 450watts PSU, CV, CV450, 80 bronze – 2700
      256gb Patriot P210 SSD – 1850
      iForgame OMG M TG – 1790

      Total: 18,120

  11. Sir Leo,

    Ano po budget wise per mid range na processor dapat bilhin ko?

    At ano po mas maganda, Intel po ba or AMD pagdating sa budget pero midrange sir? Thank you.

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Leo Bien Durana is the Owner and Chief Editor of TechPorn. A competitive gamer with a robust technical background. Usually breaks a lot of stuff though.