White-themed PC builds have become very popular over the past few years. This is because they are aesthetically pleasing and vibrant in almost any setup. Which is especially true if you incorporate RGB lighting.
But, many believe that it is quite expensive to build a white-themed PC, however, being limited with your budget doesn’t mean you can’t have a nice-looking PC build. Therefore, we have created this comprehensive guide containing the best white PC build at various price points as there are plenty of components to choose from.
To make things a bit easier for you, we’ll be looking at all-white PC builds at a couple of major price points. They’re all balanced builds that allow you to game at various resolutions, and they look really great once put together.
Budget White PC Build – ~$600:
Case: NZXT H510 White
NZXT’s H510 case is a great choice for a budget white gaming PC. It comes with an all-white design that continues on the inside, too and great cable management. The case can have up to an ATX motherboard inside, and there are four fan mounting slots. Two of them are populated with exhaust fans, leaving you room for intake fans or an AiO at the front.
The PSU and cables are all covered with a PSU shroud for a clean look and easier cable management. And when you build a white PC setup using this case, it does look stunning thanks to its minimalist looks.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 3200G
Even though a budget CPU, AMD’s Ryzen 3 3200G is a great performer in many scenarios, which is why we’ve used it for our budget white gaming PC build.
It’s a quad-core CPU with excellent frequencies. AMD has also included their Wraith Stealth cooler so you get a cooling solution too at no extra cost.
The base frequency of the Ryzen 3 3200G is 3.6GHz, but under load, it can easily boost up to 4.0GHz, which is neat. Overall, this is the go-to CPU if you want a budget white gaming PC.
Motherboard: ASRock B450 Steel Legend
ASRock has some excellent budget B450 motherboards, and the Steel Legend is no exception. You’re looking at an ATX motherboard with all the basic functionalities covered, and then some. You get things like four DIMM slots, an excellent VRM section, and a total of six PCIe 3.0 slots.
The memory support is at up to 3533MHz, which is quite sufficient. There are also two M.2 slots so you can add plenty of storage, as well as RGB lights, and USB Type-C. Did we mention you can have more than one AMD GPU and use CrossFireX? Yes, you got that too.
GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 1650 Super Ventus XS OC
MSI’s subtle colors on their GPUs, and Nvidia’s performance on the GTX 1650 Super, made this the obvious choice for a white PC setup. The GTX 1650 Super is a great budget GPU for 1080p gaming, and MSI has done a great job both in terms of design and keeping the PCB cool.
The GTX 1650 Super comes with 4GB of GDDR6 memory, as well as a maximum boost clock of up to 1740MHz. In gaming, this translates to great performance with competitive titles that aren’t too demanding and a good experience overall.
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 3000MHz
When it comes to budget RAM, Corsair’s Vengeance LPX series is the go-to choice for many. It works great, it comes at reasonable prices, and it has a low profile heatsink. But for our white gaming PC, it also has another benefit – it comes with a beautiful, all-white heatsink.
The 2x8GB kit comes with a speed of 3000MHz, which is reasonable, and C16 timings. With two sticks, you’re making use of dual-channel memory, which does help with performance, and you’ve got enough RAM for multitasking or more intensive workloads.
Storage: Silicon Power 256GB M.2
It’s not all that difficult to get fast storage nowadays for a low price, which is why for this white gaming PC build, we’ve opted to use the Silicon Power M.2 SSD.
The performance if this M.2 SSD is great though you can always opt for a larger capacity if your budget allows. It’s a fast NVMe PCIe drive that gets you excellent speeds, and 256GB is enough for your operating system and a few games.
The drive comes with support for things like Host Memory Buffer and SLC Cache, which keeps performance consistent. There’s also LDPC error correction code and End-To-End data protection, so your data will be secure, too.
PSU: Thermaltake Smart 430W
The components for the best white PC build on a budget aren’t too demanding, so Thermaltake’s Smart 430W PSU is pretty much all you need. It’s a reliable power supply that comes with an 80+ certification, meaning you’re looking at at least 80% efficiency under load.
The PSU checks all the boxes in terms of protections, so you get OPP, OVP, and SCP, and it has a mean time between failure of 100,000 hours. This makes it a durable choice that will provide continuous power to your system, regardless of how hard you push it.
Even though this white gaming PC is made to work with a pretty tight budget, it can still handle quite a lot. Modern competitive games will run on it at a 1080p resolution without any problems, and you can even handle a couple of those AAA titles – but you’ll need to turn the details down a bit. Note that you might not be getting more than 60-70 frames per second, but that’s still a reasonable number for a build on a budget like this.
To add to this, this can be a part of a white PC setup that not only looks nice but can be used for work. You can do everything from basic office work to more intense tasks like video editing, but note that you’ll be looking at somewhat limited performance in that regard.
Overall, if you’re after a budget gaming PC, this is a great choice of components for a white gaming PC that both works great and looks great, too.
Midrange white PC build: ~$900
Case: Cooler Master MasterBox TD500
Cooler Master has some really neat airflow-oriented cases, and the MasterBox TD500 is the perfect choice for an all-white PC build. It’s not only all-white on the outside, but on the inside too, and you can take a peek thanks to the tempered glass side panel.
Airflow is great, and Cooler Master includes three 120mm RGB fans at the front that act as intakes. There are options to mount exhaust at the rear and top as well, and even room for up to two AIO radiators.
Additionally, this case has dust filtration capabilities and a polygonal mesh front panel. Simply put this is a great choice for an all-white PC build.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600
The go-to for many builds at the moment, AMD’s Ryzen 5 3600 provides incredible bang for the buck. It’s a six-core, twelve-thread CPU that performs admirably in just about any scenario imaginable, and it comes at a very reasonable price.
The 4.2GHz maximum boost frequency makes sure that when paired with a suitable GPU, it can easily push over 100 frames per second in many popular modern games. It also comes with AMD’s Wraith Stealth cooler, which means you won’t have to spend extra to keep it cool.
Motherboard: ASUS Prime B550M-A WiFi
If you want to be able to upgrade to PCIe 4.0 components down the line without changing your motherboard, the ASUS Prime B550M-A is one of the most wallet-friendly ways to start. It’s a B550 motherboard, which means it has PCIe 4.0 support, and it checks all the boxes for a good motherboard.
Not only do you have four DIMM slots, two M.2 slots, and addressable RGB, but you also get Wi-Fi which adds a lot of convenience if you can’t get a network cable to your system.
Oh, and the black and white design fits the theme of a white PC Build perfectly, too.
GPU: XFX RX 5600 XT THICC II PRO
If you want to be able to play competitive titles at high frame rates, we’d suggest going for the RX 5600 XT, and XFX’s THICC II PRO is a great choice.
With a dual-fan design and subtle aesthetics, it fits right in as an accent point in the white gaming PC. Performance is excellent – 6GB GDDR6 memory, up to 1620MHz boost, and 2304 stream processors ensure a smooth gaming experience regardless of what you’re playing.
Oh, and the price is great in terms of performance when compared to the GTX cards around this price point. Temperatures are very reasonable with this GPU.
RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB 3600MHz
At this price, you can afford to add a bit of RGB to your build, and Corsair’s Vengeance RGB Pro is a great way to do so. There’s also the white heatsink that, even though a bit higher in terms of profile, looks stunning in a white PC setup.
Performance is as you’d expect – two 8GB sticks keep the memory in dual channel, and you have a 3600MHz frequency, which is just right for the build.
Add to this the excellent RGB lights that you can customize and you’ve got a great RAM kit to complement your white PC build.
Storage: Western Digital Black SN750 500GB
Western Digital’s SN750 is a great way to add storage to your build. This is a 500GB M.2 NVMe drive, which means you’re looking at excellent speeds, something you’ll feel in day-to-day usage. The design is rather sleek, and the EKWB heatsink will make sure there’s no throttling due to temperatures.
The 500GB capacity is enough for your operating system, as well as a few games and apps you use daily. It also works with WD’s dashboard, which has a few nifty features like Gaming Mode.
PSU: Thermaltake Smart 500W
This isn’t a build that’s too demanding, but you want a bit of headroom with your PSU. Therefore, we’d suggest Thermaltake’s Smart 500W PSU. This is a reliable performer that will save you quite a bit and checks all the boxes for a good budget PSU.
500W is quite sufficient, and you have 80+ certification, which means at least 80% efficiency under load. In terms of protections, you have OPP, OVP, and SCP, so you’re pretty covered, and all the internal components are of high quality. Overall, it’s a great budget choice.
The $900 white build is one that’s very well balanced, and at a reasonable price, can get you excellent gaming performance in anything from modern shooters to AAA titles. There is little to no bottlenecking thanks to the choice of components, and with competitive titles, you won’t have any issue reaching over 100 frames per second.
To add to this, if you also use your white PC setup for work, such as photo and video editing, or 3D design, both the CPU and GPU are perfectly capable of handling this – and you get a lot of RAM, too.
Overall, this is a great choice for a white gaming PC, with room for future upgrades that won’t set you back too much. It also looks nice, with a white case inside and out, and a few RGB components here and there to spice things up.
High-end white PC build: ~$1500
Case: Corsair iCUE 465X RGB
Corsair has some stunning cases, and the iCUE 465X RGB is a great example. This case comes with a white design and tempered glass at the front and side, which allows you to showcase your internal components rather easily.
There are three RGB fans included, too, to get you started. Airflow is good, too, with plenty of intake and exhaust fan ports.
Moreover, there’s ample room for cable management, and the PSU shroud allows you to hide any excess cables you don’t want visible. Add to this the white design on the inside, and you have a stunning and highly functional case.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
AMD’s Ryzen 7 3700X is a beast of a CPU. Even though it comes at a rather reasonable price for a high-end build, it has eight cores and sixteen threads and can handle pretty much anything you can throw at it, from games to intense workloads.
The base clock is a rather reasonable 3.6GHz, but push it hard, and it boosts up to 4.4GHz. Included is AMD’s highly regarded Wraith Prism cooler with an RGB ring on the outside which keeps temperatures at bay. Overall, you’ve got a very powerful CPU for any purpose.
Motherboard: ASUS Prime X570-Pro
A high-quality motherboard is a must for a high-end build, and the ASUS Prime X570-Pro is the go-to choice for all white PC builds. The black design with white heatsinks all around looks great, and performance is on point.
With four DIMM slots, dual M.2 slots, and support for PCIe 4.0, you’re covered and you get a bit of futureproofing. This motherboard also has good power delivery and ample ultra-fast connectivity ports.
There are Aura Sync RGB lights on the motherboard itself, but you have addressable headers if you want to add a few more as well. Did we mention active chipset cooling? Yeah, that too.
GPU: Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 Super
The RTX 2060 Super is a part of Nvidia’s refresh and is currently an excellent bang-for-the-buck choice. Gigabyte has done a great job on it, and it comes with a white design that fits a white gaming PC just right. The triple-fan design keeps it rather cool, and quiet when not under load.
Performance is great – you have 8GB of GDDR6 memory, as well as ray tracing capabilities and a core clock of 1815MHz, which is rather high. Add to this the reasonable power requirements and great port selection, and you’ve got yourself a winner.
RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB 3600MHz
AMD builds require fast RAM, and a white gaming PC requires a white heatsink. And a bit of RGB doesn’t hurt either to further improve the aesthetics of your PC.
Corsair’s Vengeance RGB Pro kit fits the description. The RAM kit comes in a 16GB capacity, with two 8GB sticks working in dual channel which is great for performance.
The 3600MHz speed is perfect for the CPU, and considering this is tightly screened memory, you’re looking at consistent performance at all times. Add to this the stunning looks and customizable RGB lights, and it’s obvious this is the RAM you want in your white PC setup.
Storage: Sabrent Rocket 1TB NVMe
When it comes to storage, you want it to be as fast as possible, and you want to have as much of it as you can get. Sabrent’s 1TB Rocket drive is a great choice that won’t break the bank.
It is the go-to drive for high-end builds that support PCIe 4.0 storage. Its read and write speeds are great. In addition to its power efficiency is also being great.
There’s also the massive 1TB capacity, which has you covered for your OS and games. Add to this all the extra features like SMART and TRIM, ECC, and advanced wear-leveling, and this becomes an excellent choice.
PSU: Corsair CX650M
A high-end build deserves a reliable PSU that will last you a good while, and if you don’t want to spend too much, the CX650M is a great choice. It comes in at 650W and with an 80+ Bronze rating, which means higher efficiency than lower-tiered models.
There is also the fact that it’s semi-modular, so you only need to use the cables you need, which does help a bit with cable management. And, the five-year warranty ensures durability, which means there are zero reasons not to go for it.
This being a high-end build, you can comfortably play just about any game you want. Modern shooters and competitive titles will easily reach over 100 frames per second at both 1080p and 1440p resolutions, and only the most demanding of titles will require you to tone the settings down a bit. If you’re after the best white PC build for gaming, this is the one to go for at this price point.
It’s also a great choice for getting some work done, as the eight-core configuration of the Ryzen 7 CPU comes in handy with things like video editing and 3D modeling. At the end of the day, it’s an overall very well balanced white gaming PC that can do anything you want it to, and not blink an eye. And it’s priced rather reasonably, too, which makes it even better.
Enthusiast white PC build: ~$2000
Case: Thermaltake View 51
Thermaltake’s View 51 is as white as it gets – both the outside and inside are covered in a beautiful white finish, and the tempered glass at the front, top, and side all make sure you can easily see all your components inside.
You get quite a lot of room behind the motherboard tray, so you can fit your power supply and manage cables. Airflow is great, too, and you get a few preinstalled fans and a lot of room for extra ones.
With 2 Pre-installed 200mm 5V Motherboard Sync ARGB fans, an ARGB light bar at the front panel, and room for even more lights and fans, you can make your white gaming PC truly stand out.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
There are a lot of enthusiasts who believe that six or eight cores aren’t enough – and if you’re one of them, AMD’s Ryzen 9 3900X has you covered. It comes with twelve cores, twenty-four threads and a maximum boost of up to 4.6GHz, for all the performance you might need in gaming.
This is one of the most advanced CPUs for gaming out there and comes with all the bells and whistles you’d need. Oh, and AMD also includes the Wraith Prism cooler, too, so you’re all set to go.
Motherboard: ASUS Prime X570-Pro
The best white PC build should have a motherboard that not only performs admirably but looks the part, too. The ASUS Prime X570-Pro is a brilliant choice.
With a black PCB and white heatsinks all around, this motherboard will look stunning in a white gaming PC. Performance is pretty much all you need, with excellent power delivery to keep the CPU running well, and active chipset cooling.
There are four DIMM slots, as well as two M.2 slots and support for PCIe 4.0 storage and other cards. Overall, this is the perfect choice for all white PC builds.
GPU: Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 Super
When it comes to white GPUs, Gigabyte has you covered. The RTX 2070 Super is a stunning GPU that also performs great, which makes it a great choice for an enthusiast white gaming PC.
Three fans keep things cool when under load, and silent when you aren’t pushing things. You get 8GB of GDDR6 memory, as well as ray tracing capabilities for an even better gaming experience.
This GPU can easily push over 100 frames per second in AAA titles. And of course, we mustn’t forget the beautiful all-white backplate.
RAM: Thermaltake TOUGHRAM RGB 16GB 4400MHz
When you want fast RAM without spending too much money, Thermaltake’s TOUGHRAM should be your go-to solution. This 16GB kit comes with two 8GB sticks for dual channel usage and comes at a stunning 4400MHz. This is fast, which is where you want to be with a high-end AMD build.
To add to this, the design is nice, with a white heatsink and RGB lights at the top to give it a few personalization options. The software support is great, too, and it even works with Amazon’s Alexa, too, to control colors, fan speeds and even check the weather.
Storage: Sabrent Rocket 1TB NVMe
When building a modern enthusiast build, you want the fastest storage available, and Sabrent has you covered with the Rocket 1TB NVMe drive. It comes in a massive 1TB capacity for your OS and games, and it makes use of PCIe 4.0 speeds to get you better day-to-day performance.
It also features SMART and TRIM commands, as well as advanced wear-leveling and error correction, which means this is a reliable drive you can use for quite some time. And it doesn’t look too bad either.
PSU: Corsair RM750x
This enthusiast white PC setup is quite power-hungry, which is why we opted for Corsair’s RM750x power supply. At 750W, and with an 80+ Gold rating, you’ve got yourself a reliable PSU that will provide power to your build, and you’ve got a bit of headroom for overclocking and future upgrades.
The fact that it’s fully modular means you can only use the cables you need, which helps clean up cable management a bit. The silent fan won’t make any noise when you don’t use a lot of power, which helps keep things silent overall.
This enthusiast white gaming PC is a really powerful machine that can handle just about any modern game. Getting 200 frames per second at 1080p with modern competitive titles is no problem at all, and you’ll even be able to play a lot of games at 1440p or even 4K, provided you turn down the settings a bit and don’t expect too many frames per second.
It’s also rather silent and looks stunning thanks to the choice of components. You have a few RGB lights here and there, so you can customize it and add accents, to make it look even better.
OS: Windows 10
Microsoft’s Windows 10 is the go-to operating system for gaming PCs, as it ensures excellent compatibility with both games and software. It’s reliable, it works great, and you get excellent protection for you and your data.
There are some gaming-specific features, too, like Game Mode and Mixer broadcasting, which makes gaming and streaming remarkably easy. Add to this secure login with Windows Hello, which makes logging in easy and quick, and you’ve got yourself a great OS.
You usually want LAN for gaming, but if it’s inconvenient, a high-quality Wi-Fi adapter will do a good job. TP-Link’s Archer T2U Plus is an excellent choice that makes use of a USB port and has a high gain antenna for better reception.
It works with 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks, so you can choose which one works better, and gets you a long-range connection with zero latency.
White AIO coolers:
ID-Cooling ZOOMFLOW 240X
ID-Cooling’s ZOOMFLOW 240X is an all-white liquid all-in-one cooling system for your CPU that works great and looks stunning in a white PC setup.
You get two 120mm RGB fans to keep the all-white radiator cool, and the white sleeved tubing and CPU block looks nice. Even the block has RBG lights in the logo.
Performance is great, and temperatures are kept at a minimum even with more demanding CPUs with high TDPs, which means you can use it in just about any build.
Corsair H100i RGB Platinum SE
Even though expensive, Corsair’s H100i RGB Platinum SE is one of the best white AIO coolers you can get nowadays. It comes with two 120mm fans with RBG lights and PWM modulation and stunning all-white design. The radiator is all white, and so are the sleeved tubes and the CPU block.
You’re also looking at excellent performance, too, with temperatures being low even when your CPU is being pushed hard. Whether you’re overclocking, or just want a silent and cool rig, this is an excellent choice for all white PC builds.
People who want an overall great PC will want to pay attention to both performance and aesthetics rather than just one or the other. White PC builds are a good idea to have a clean and unique build, but you should also consider the components you choose along with these factors when actually building your PC.
Whether you get all-white components, or you add your own variation to make it your own, the white PC builds above are a great basis from which you can use to build a PC that performs admirably and looks stunning based on your budget.