Mfierro13 wroteBasically you multiply the CLP currency by 1.29 and divide by 1000 and you get the USD price.
Example: 100.000 CLP --> 100.000*1.29/1000 --> 129 USD.
So is that "$157,990" for the R5 2600 on Solotodo, 157,990CLP then?
Going forward, I'm assuming that is the case.
I'd be buying the ryzen 5 and rx570 off friend for 80.000 CLP and 110.000 CLP respectively
That PSU is still horrendous quality.
If you can get an R5 2600 for 80,000CLP, definitely go for that.
An RX 570 is a perfectly fine GPU, but I'd consider it entry level at this point for sure. I'd really aim for a better GPU, something like a GTX 1660/1660 Super would be vastly superior.
I've no idea where you're seeing B450 motherboards for 30,000CLP though? Cheapest I can find is 70,000.
CPU - R5 2600 = 80,000CLP
Mobo - AsRock B450M Pro4-F (better choice than Asus B450M-A, but the Asus one will do if it's all you can get) - 70-75,000CLP
RAM - 1x8GB @ 3466MHz. Grab 2 kits of these, or any other 2x8GB 3466/3600MHz RAM (3000/3200MHz is also fine, but only if it's a good bit cheaper than 3466/3600) - 85,000CLP
Storage - 512GB A-DATA SX8100 - 60,000CLP
PSU - Seasonic S12III 550W - 65,000CLP
GPU - GTX 1660 Super - 330,000CLP
So, this takes you to just under 700,00CLP, leaving around 50-60k CLP for case, and maybe an HDD.
This is a really nice mid range case if you can get one for 70k CLP, I'd definitely go for it;
Alternatively, Deepcool Matrexx 30 or Matrexx 50/55 are your best options for budget cases;
Then, if you want to add a mechanical HDD, I'd just do that later when you have some more money, and just grab yourself a 2TB HDD;
You'll manage with just the 512GB SSD for now though IMO, and it's better to get a better GPU, PSU, etc within budget than to get an HDD in the system straight away.
If you get the Matrexx 30 for case though, you could probably still get that and a 1TB HDD within your budget.