When you’re building a gaming PC under the 30K mark, it’s better to go with an APU (CPU with iGPU) rather than a dedicated CPU+GPU combo. AMD’s Ryzen Picasso lineup is the main product stack you should be looking at. You’ve got the Ryzen 5 3400G, the 3200G as well as the 2200G and 2400G. Let’s have a look at what suits this setup the best.
Best Motherboard: MSI A320M Pro-VD/S V2
Price: Rs. 3,349 (Link)
This is just about the cheapest AMD AM4+ motherboard you can get your hands on. The A320 platform is truly entry
Best Budget CPU/GPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3400G APU
Price: Rs. 12,830 (Link)
The Ryzen 5 3400G isn’t the cheapest APU out there That award would go to the Ryzen 3 2200G which still retails for around 7K INR. However, it is most certainly the closest you’ll get to playable framerates at 1080p. The CPU and GPU are integrated together here. You get a 4-core, 8-thread second-gen Ryzen CPU based on 12nm Zen+ cores. (They haven’t moved these to 7nm yet), plus a Vega 11
Best Memory for the Ryzen 5 3400G: 2x Adata XPG Gammix 4GB
Price: Rs. 2,898 (Link)
ADATA’s Gammix memory won’t set any records for RAM speed, but these are solid, very reasonably priced DDR4 2400 MHz modules. Why opt for dual-channel over a single 8GB module? Dual-channel almost always delivers better performance but this is even more accentuated with APU. This is because the Vega 11 doesn’t have its own dedicated VRAM pool. It shares the system RAM. A dual
Best PSU: Thermaltake LitePower 450W
Price: Rs. 2,300 (Link)
All you need is a power supply, as long as it doesn’t set your other parts on fire. The Thermaltake LitePower 450W does that job with ease. Considering that your APU is a 65W part, you won’t get anywhere near the PSU’s limit. But it does give you a reasonable amount of overhead if you ever want to add in a dedicated GPU. You get a 6 pin and a 6+2, so anything up to about a GeForce GTX 1660 Ti can be utilized.
Best Storage: ADATA Ultimate SU650 240 GB SSD
Price: Rs. 2,350 (Link)
Usually, we recommend an SSD-HDD combo, but when you don’t have a budget for both, it’s always better to go with a 240-480GB SSD. It will result in lighting fast boot times and short loading times.
Best Case: Antec VSK 4000B
Price: Rs. 2,250 (Link)
No, this isn’t a nice case. But that’s kinda beyond the point. I’ve run open-case rigs for long enough to know that this is the least important part of your PC build. Especially considering our price constraint here, the cheapest option is the best.
Summary: Best Budget PC Build Under Rs. 25,000 in India
|CPU/GPU:||AMD Ryzen 3 3400G||Rs. 12,830|
|Motherboard||MSI A320M Pro||Rs. 3,349|
|Memory||Adata XPG 8GB||Rs. 2,898|
|PSU||Thermaltake Litepower 450W||Rs. 2,300|
|Storage||Adata Ultimate SU650||Rs. 2,350|
|Case||Antec VSK 4000B||Rs. 2,250|
AMD Launches Ryzen 5 3500 for OEMs, Indian DIY Market
Can we upgrade it in future ?
Yes, you can, although upgrade options might be limited due to this being a budget build.
Is a good case really important? How about the cheaper cases out there?
How can I buy this pc anyone can tell mee
ryzen 5 3200g will cost 8,499 rs only and better alternative as ryzen 3
How to buy
Will i be able to upgrade it in the future
hay, there are cpu cabinets better than this right now, with some rgb strips also …so make sure to add them in next blog
how much fps will i be getting in fortnite with this build??
1fps on epic settings
fool it’s r5 3400g , 3200g is r3
Dude it’s waste of time and money it doesnt have a graphic card lol
you fool apu is there yor are new in this world