Meshify C Mini BTG

Cooling Method Air
Motherboard Compatability ATX
Case Type Mid Tower

Alright, let’s begin with a chasey and fans since I prefer to arrange it before beginning with all the opposite stuff. It’s non-other than Meshify C mini from a fractal style. It’s small, cute, and has a good flow of air.

Not the most affordable one, however as we've got some stock problems with small ATX computer cases, there aren't several good and accessible mATX cases to decide on from.


Brand Name 1STPLAYER
Part Number CC ARGB FAN
Pin Type 3 , 4
Voltage 5 volts

I will use 5 available RGB Case Fans from a 1STPLAYER. They sent these fans over to me to see them out so, they appear quite different than most of the quality RGB fans from alternative brands.

Well, you'll have an opportunity to see some b-roll once we build this. however, generally, I like to recommend using a minimum of 2 or 3 case fans in any computer Build I make.

Ryzen 7 3700x

Brand AMD
Series Ryzen 7
Processor Count 8
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.

Finally, 8 cores and 16 threads Ryzen 7 3700x. Currently, it’s my C.P.U. of selection for a more budget video editing computer as you'll get it for around $300.

But just in case you're building a gaming computer, you should positively choose a Ryzen 5 3600 as it’s 100 USD cheaper and delivers just about an equivalent performance in gaming. And so, you'd be ready to invest $100 more into a much better GPU.

Patriot Viper Steel 3200mhz

Brand Patriot Memory
Series PVS432G320C6K
Computer Memory Type DIMM
Voltage 1.35 Volts

Video editing needs more RAM than gaming, therefore I actually have a viper Steel 32GB kit from a patriot. Nothing fancy, however still they appear quite nice.

As for a gaming computer, 16 gigs is certainly enough, and again, saved bucks could go towards a much better video card.

Seagate BarraCuda 2TB

Brand Seagate
Form Factor 3.5-Inch
Digital Storage Capacity 2 TB
Hardware Interface SATA 6.0 Gb/s
Read Speed 220 Megabytes Per Second

For additional storage, I'll be using Seagate barracuda 7200rpm 2 TB disk drive. It’s a nice selection for archiving your comes or keeping less often used files.

In order to own the best result when performing on video editing, I would recommend such a setup: one SSD for your OS, the second one as a cache drive, and in conclusion a tough drive as an archive.

But in our case, we are going to skip a cache drive during this build.

MSI MAG B550M Bazooka

Brand MSI
CPU Socket Socket AM4
RAM Memory Technology DDR4
Compatible Processors AMD 3rd Generation Ryzen
AMD B550 Chipset Type
Memory Speed 4400 MHz
Memory Storage Capacity 128 GB
Graphics Card Interface PCI-E

Let’s go to a motherboard. I'll be using the B550M launcher from MSI. It’s one of the most effective small ATX motherboards for its worth.

Cooler Master MWE 650 Bronze

Brand EVGA
Series 100-BR-0600-K1
Output Wattage 600 Watts

Moving forward, I'll be using a Cooler Master MWE 650 Bronze v2 power provide. you can possibly choose a Gold certified or a standard power supply, however have in mind it'll build this video editing computer build costlier.

How many watts do you need? Well, largely it depends on your graphics card therefore make sure to examine specific model recommendations.

But simply to have a general understanding – for the same gaming computer, 650watts is actually more than enough as most of the GPU models in this worth range recommend 550w to 600w power supply.

WD Blue SN550 1TB

Brand Western Digital
Form Factor M.2 2280
Digital Storage Capacity 1 TB
Hardware Interface PCIE x 4
Read Speed 2400 Megabytes Per Second

I'm going to use WD Blue SN550, 1 TB SSD. It’s quite tight speed and adds a reasonable NVME SSD. one of the alternatives you could search for is Crucial P2 and you may select the one with a higher worth.

This is not the only drive I'll be using during this build, however let’s leave it for now.

3700x comes with a pleasant CPU cooler (Wraith Prism). It’s a good stock cooler solution, but sure, if you'll dedicate around $40-50 more, positively choose an aftermarket one. particularly when using your computer for CPU-intensive tasks.

As it can have less noise, higher temps, and even higher CPU clock frequency. but for saving reasons, I'll keep on with this one.

Zotac Gaming RTX 2060

Graphics Coprocessor NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060
Video Output Interface DisplayPort, HDMI
Chipset Brand NVIDIA
Graphics RAM Type GDDR6

Zotac Gaming RTX 2060 – this is often a GPU I'll be using nowadays. It’s quite enough for this video editing rig and still can handle just about all the games at 1080p and even 1440p.

But just in case you're building a gaming computer, I would take saved cash from CPU/RAM and place it towards a GPU. therefore you could end up with let’s say RX 5700 XT witch is at least 25th quicker than RTX 2060.