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The Best $2,000 Premium Gaming PC Build - September 2020

  • By Ari Altman
  • Published September 16, 2020
  • Updated September 16, 2020

Looking to build the best gaming PC possible for $2,000? This is it! Incredibly stylish, ultra-quiet, and most importantly, brutally fast, this build offers the very best balance of CPU power, GPU power, and cooling performance out of any of the gaming PCs we profile. We call it "premium" for a reason! And take note: this build doesn't skimp on the wheels and chassis just to cram in a "big engine". We're all about long-term thinking here at TBG, and this is a seriously long-term build!

For September 2020, the $2,000 Premium Gaming PC Build gets an absolutely massive upgrade, moving to Intel's new Core i9-10850K, a ten-core, 20-thread powerhouse. It offers better gaming performance than any other processor, including its more expensive cousin, the 10900K! It's backing up the GeForce RTX 3080 10GB, launched on Sept. 17th, which provides a massive boost over every other GPU ever released, including the former king-of-the-hill RTX 2080 Ti, which sold for twice as much! Despite the powerful CPU and GPU, there's no skimping on anything else in the $2,000 Premium Gaming PC Build. You get 16GB of ultra-fast DDR4-3600 RAM, a 1TB PCIe solid-state drive, and a super-efficient 750W power supply. Topping it all off is an great-looking high-performance case from Lian Li and an ultra-quiet cooler from Scythe.

We also list plenty of ways to accessorize the $2,000 Premium Gaming PC Build - just scroll down to the end of this guide to see our top picks among gaming keyboards, mice, and monitors. If you want to see even more options, check out our Monitor Buyer's Guide and Peripherals Buyer's Guide!

We update this build every month - to see how this PC compares to past months' components and prices, flip to the $2,000 Build Archive page. In our build guide below, we provide direct links to Amazon and Newegg, and for our readers outside the US, we provide links to Amazon UK, Amazon Canada, and Amazon Germany for each product, with regional substitutions made where necessary. Our Amazon US links will also auto-convert for our readers located in Spain, France, and Italy. Your use of these links is the only thing that keeps this site on the 'net!

The $2,000 Premium Gaming PC Build - September 2020

The Pre-Built Option

  • The High-End Gaming PC:

    ABS Gladiator 9900/RTX 2080 Super Gaming PC @Newegg

    HOT DEAL! Don't want to build your own PC? No problem - Newegg's ABS division has you covered with an amazing deal on its Gladiator Gaming PC. It features a liquid-cooled Intel Core i9-9900K 8-Core processor, a GeForce RTX 2080 Super 8GB, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and a 1TB solid-state drive, and great RGB-enhanced looks!

    The Guru's Tip:

    This is seriously way less expensive than the same system would cost if you were building it on your own!

The Build-Your-Own Option

  • CPU:

    Intel Core i9-10850K @Newegg

    Intel takes back the gaming crown with its Core i9-10850K, a ten-core, 20-thread CPU with an all-core boost speed of 5.2GHz out of the box! This chip was released as a psuedo-replacement for the more expensive 10900K, which it turns out was boosted a bit too high by Intel, leading to constant throttling. The 10850K is actually faster, despite a lower boost speed!

    The Guru's Tip:

    Remember, you need a new Z490 motherboard for this CPU - it will not even fit in older motherboards!

  • Motherboard:

    MSI MPG Z490 Gaming Edge WiFi @Newegg

    This feature-packed Z490 board gives you everything you need for a premium PC build at a great price. Dual M.2 PCIe slots for high-speed SSDs, eight USB ports (including Type-C), and built-in 802.11ax (WiFi 6) networking plus Bluetooth.

    The Guru's Tip:

    Intel's new socket 1200 featured on this motherboard is required to use 10th-Gen CPUs!  

  • Video Card:

    EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 XC3 Black @EVGA

    CRITICAL UPDATE: Nvidia has launched the greatest GPUs of all time with its new RTX 3000 series, which blows away all previous video cards, including the once mighty RTX 2080 Ti. The RTX 3080, which is half the price, offers 30% higher performance, which is a simply unprecedented generational leap. The only problem: these are going to be selling out for months, so get yours if you can, direct from EVGA!!!!

    The Guru's Tip:

    We will be rotating through various vendors as we see stock come in, but be forewarned: when a product is this good, it does not stick around long!

  • Memory:

    Crucial 2x8GB Ballistix RGB DDR4-3600 Black @Newegg

    This awesome 16GB kit will provide more than enough capacity for any game today and for years to come, and thanks to its mind-blowing DDR4-3600 speed and 16-18-18 timings, it will keep your fast CPU fed with data. Plus it offers sweet RGB effects!

    The Guru's Tip:

    Most DDR4-3600 kits are much more expensive, and many have weaker timings. This is the real deal!

  • Solid-State Drive:

    XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB NVMe

    Harnessing the power of cutting-edge TLC V-NAND, the NVMe protocol, and the PCIe interface, this SSD is by far the fastest drive at its pricepoint. It can hit sequential speeds of up to 3500MB/s! And this model even comes equipped with a heatsink to lower temperatures and allow for maximum throughput.

    The Guru's Tip:

    Note that you'll need a jeweler's-type screwdriver to affix it.

  • Case:

    Lian Li Lancool II @Newegg

    Lian Li tops itself once again with the amazing Lancool II case. It includes triple 120mm fans plus integrated ARGB lighting for an eye-catching look. And unique among its competitors, it offers dual hinged glass panels for great looks and usability, plus dedicated doors for the PSU chamber, providing great access to cabling!

    The Guru's Tip:

    Lian Li was the undisputed king of high-end cases in the early 2000s, and it's finally come out of hibernation to again dominate the market!

  • Power Supply:

    SilverStone ST75F-GS-V3 Gold

    Nearly all PSUs from reputable manufacturers are sold out, and most cannot even be backordered. But this high-end 750W Gold-rated, fully-modular model was just launched as was in stock as of our latest update. Grab it if you can!

    The Guru's Tip:

    One of the things we really like about this model that distinguishes it from nearly every other 750W unit is that it has dual EPS (CPU) power connectors, allowing it to fully support all CPUs on the market.

  • CPU Cooler:

    Scythe Fuma 2

    Offering amazing performance thanks to its big heatsink and dual 120mm fans, along with excellent compatibility thanks to its offset design, this is our favorite cooler at any price.

    The Guru's Tip:

    Learn more about this cooler in our full review!

  • Operating System:

    Microsoft Windows 10 Flash Drive

    Windows 10 is the only OS to consider for a gaming system, as it includes the cutting-edge DX12 low-level API, which provides higher performance and better graphics in PC games.

    The Guru's Tip:

    As of our latest update, Windows 10 on USB is back in stock, but you can always go for the downloadable version, which you can load on any 8GB+ USB 3.1 thumb drive.

Optional Components

  • The Ultimate Gaming Keyboard:

    Razer BlackWidow Elite Linear

    Offering up ultra-fast linear mechanical switches plus awesome Chroma RGB lighting, the BlackWidow Elite shows why Razer is the top-selling gaming peripherals brand.

    The Guru's Tip:

    Other nice touches include the media scroll wheel and magnetic wrist rest.

  • The Pro Gaming Mouse:

    Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed Wireless

    Offering up awesome functionality, a sleek design, and an ultra-fast 16,000 DPI sensor, the Basilisk X from Razer simply has no competition at its pricepoint. 

    The Guru's Tip:

    Razer's Hyperspeed wireless technology makes the Basilisk more responsive than most wired mice!

  • The 35-inch Widescreen Monitor:

    Acer Nitro XV340CK

    Offering a big 34" IPS panel, a 3440 x 1440 resolution, and an incredible 144Hz refresh rate (plus 1ms response time), this monitor offers amazing motion clarity and image quality. But most importantly, it has FreeSync technology, which will help get the very most out of the high framerates that your high-end GPU can deliver, now that GeForce cards are compatible with FreeSync.

    The Guru's Tip:

    The huge ultra-wide is less expensive than most similar models because it drops the curve, but in our opinion, that's actually an advantage in a lot of ways!

  • The Premium Wireless PC Headset:

    Logitech G935 Wireless 7.1 Headset

    Want an awesome premium headset to complete your system? Then go for the G935, which offers awesome DTS:X surround sound, up to 12 hours of battery life, the best RGB effects of any headset, and plenty of comfort. Oh, and it's wireless!!!

    The Guru's Tip:

    Read our review right here!

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