I have a question about my new gaming computer.

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My actual computer is so bad that on benchmark.com on "gaming" section it gets 13%... So I decided to buy a new one. And so I have a question... Is it better to match up GPU Ryzen 5 2600 with RX 580 or GTX 1060 ? I need this new computer to be good for years, so I have to choose wisely. My budget is around 610 USD and I don't know what to do - wait for lower prices or buy now ? 
Feel free to change my components below:
https://www.userbenchmark.com/PCBuilder/Custom/S0-M476362.268793.89317vsS0-M?tab=MBD
And If you could give me some advices on other things what I should buy and which one should I, I'd be very thankful...

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  • Subhendu Sen

    What you have asked for matching "GPU Ryzen 5 2600 with RX 580 or GTX 1060" - this is almost not possible to say this side. It is better to ask to a good computer store & they may be provide some assistant.

    As your budget is standard, you can compare with renowned branded & will make a good decision. Within this budget you can get 8th generation gaming laptop.

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  • ToddN2000
    What are the other system specs currently, things like is this a laptop or desktop, amount of  RAM and it's speed, normal HD or SSD?  A computer will last longer than the gaming technology. A good system today may be obsolete in 2-3 years. The reason is higher res graphics like 4k or virtual reality will demand faster CPU & GPU performance.  If you are handy and can do the upgrades yourself you can save a bit of money. Most of the time id you catch a good sale online and get a pre built system you may be better off.  Check out this one on Amazon 
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  • ToddN2000
    If you can go just a bit more price wise this is a good system still close to your budget. 

    ASUS G751JL-BSI7T28

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  • Subhendu Sen
    You can try for Dell Inspiron 15 i5567/ Lenovo Ideapad 700 or even

    MSI GL62M. Check their configurations before buying. This is few. You can try other brand also.

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  • Nibson
    I don't want a laptop. But anyways thanks
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  • Nibson
    It'd be a desktop, I need at least 8GB RAM, but if I go good with the final price I'll buy more. I don't need SSD, I can use HDD. I have an 60 Hz monitor and I play in 1080p. I want to do all the work with computer myself to save money, so give me names of the components, not links to the completed computers.
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  • ToddN2000
    If you are looking for a decent gaming desktop take a look at this one on Amazon. Acer Nitro.  Personally I won't recommend any Dell products, fixed way to many for family and friends to be a coincidence. Most systems I do recommend are HP, Acer, Lenovo.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    If you want Desktop PC for gaming purpose, you can go for Lenovo/n HP. However this is your responsibility to check all configurations at the time of purchase.  
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  • Nibson
    So, guys, I've builded a nice PC in good price. But can you tell me what would be the full price excluding things like computer case, power supplier and vents ?

    Build:
    Bench: Game 96%, Desk 65%, Work 68%
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 zł 535
    GPU: AMD RX Vega 56 zł 1,002
    HDD: WD Blue 1TB (2015) zł 155
    RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3000 C15 2x8GB zł 296
    MBD: MSI B450 Tomahawk zł 408
    Total: zł 2,397 (562 EUR)
    1 EUR ~~ 4zł (u can tell me prices in euros, I don't care)
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  • ToddN2000
    @nibson: What do you mean by full price with those exclusions? Are you just looking to get a new motherboard, CPU, and RAM, Graphics card and hard drive? Do you plan on using your current case, fans, power supply? If so you need to make sure they are adequate. A weak power supply may not be good enough to run the new components you are looking at. Another thing is if you get a new drive, are you going to get a new OS as well?. You don't mention a sound card either. Do you have a current one or are you looking or an integrated one in the motherboard ?  What are your current case specs, number of fans and power supply rating ? 
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  • Nibson
    I need to get a new case (the cheapest one available). I have 1 fan and heve to get a new power supplier. I'll use my current HDD (WD Blue 1TB) so you don't have to mention it.
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  • Subhendu Sen

    @nibson, according to your question, one of our member asked some information & wrote his thoughts. This is justified. So why are you irritating? Here every member tries to provide their best replies. And that is why we asked some question/ information time to time.

    It is better to contact an hardware expert & get some ideas. Also you can contact your nearby computer stores.

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