You have already seen our PC builds ranging from Rs. 30K to 80K that are more than capable of handling modern titles at respectable framerates. Now it’s time to build the ultimate gaming PC build under Rs. 1 lakh. With top-of-the-line components, you can expect this gaming machine to run most modern titles at 1440p @ 144 FPS or 4K @ 60FPS with high-ultra settings.

Best Gaming CPU under Rs. 30,000: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X

  • Price: Rs. 29,465 (Link)
  • Cores: 8
  • Threads: 16
  • Base Clock: 3.6 GHz
  • Boost Cock: 4.4 GHz
  • TDP: 65W
  • Socket: AM4

If you’re going for an AMD build, the Ryzen 7 3700X is the best bang for your buck you’ll get at the moment. Offering similar performance to the Intel Core i7-9700K at a much lower power rating of 65W is impressive as it is, but it also comes bundled with a bundled Wraith Prism RGB cooler in the box. While it offers robust performance in games optimized for multi-core chips like Ashes of Singularity and Total War: Warhammer II, its performance in older titles like Shadow of War is impressive as well, matching the $484 Core i9-9900K blow-for-blow.

Best Motherboard for AMD Ryzen 7 3700X: Gigabyte X570 Gaming X

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  • Price: Rs. 15,300 (Link)
  • Memory: 4 x DIMM, Max. 128GB, DDR4 4000(O.C.) non-ECC Un-buffered DIMM 1Rx8/2Rx8/1Rx16 memory modules
  • Expansion slots: 1 x PCI Express x16 slot, supporting PCIe 4.0 and running at x16
  • USB: 4 x USB 3.2 ports, 4 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports on the back panel 6 x USB 2.0/1.1 ports

The Gigabyte X570 Gaming X plus is one of the more affordable X570 boards out there with support for the Ryzen 3000 processors and PCIe 4.0. It consists of 4 DDR4 slots with support for a maximum capacity of up to 128 GB @ 4000MHz. It also comes with a VRM Heatsink and Thermal Pad, along with an active chipset and M.2 heatsink as well to ensure optimal performance under all conditions.

Best Graphics Card for 4K Gaming: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super

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  • Price: Rs. 42,000 (Link)
  • Cores: 2560
  • Boost Clock: 1815 MHz
  • Memory: 8GB GDDR6
  • PSU Requirement: 550W

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super is essentially an RTX 2080 with slightly fewer cores but in terms of real-world gaming performance, the two are almost on par. You can expect solid 60 FPS at 4K using the high-ultra graphics quality in every modern title with this GPU. As for the Galax brand, it’s quite reliable, and their cards despite being some of the cheapest have a decent quality heatsink and PCB. Don’t forget to ask for you copy of Control and Wolfenstein free with every RTX card.

Recommended Power Supply: Cooler Master MWE 650

  • Price: Rs. 4,225 (Link)
  • Cooling: 120mm Sleeve Bearing Fan (D12SH-12)
  • Dimensions: 150mm x 86mm x 125mm
  • Rated temperature: 30°C
  • MTBF Rating: 100,000 hours

The Cooler Master MWE 650 will offer sufficient performance to power this 4K gaming rig. It consists of a +12V rail, is 80 Plus Standard 230V EU Certified and a warranty of 5 years.

Recommended Memory: ADATA XPG Gammix D30 16GB (8GBX2) DDR4 3000MHz

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  • Price: Rs. 6,500 (Link)
  • Form Factor: 288-pin DIMM
  • Rated Speed: DDR4-3000
  • Non-ECC

The ADATA XPG Gammix D30 is a dual-channel 16GB memory kit that comes in at a rated speed of 3000MHz. We chose a 2×8 GB kit as the dual-channel config especially benefits the Ryzen 3000 processors. You can easily overclock it to at least 3200MHz or even up to 3600MHz if you’re lucky. It’s always better to go with a cheaper slightly slower memory kit and overclock it, rather than going for the ridiculously priced top of the line ones.

Best Storage for Gaming: Gigabyte 128GB M.2 NVMe

  • Price: Rs. 2,510 (Link)
  • Form Factor: M.2 2280
  • Interface: PCI-Express 3.0 x2, NVMe 1.3
  • Seq. Read Speeds: 1100 MB/s
  • Seq. Write Speeds: 500MB/s

While you can still go for a hard drive and get more storage at a cheaper price-point, an SSD, especially an M.2 NVMe can really change the game. With speeds up to 10x faster than even the fastest hard drive, an NVMe SSD can speed up game load times and result in much smoother performance. You can supplement your storage with a Seagate 1TB Barracuda 7200 RPM for an HDD.

Recommended Case: Deepcool Dukase WHV3 (White)

Price: Rs. 4,999 (Link)

While the choice of a case depends on your personal preference, here is our pick:

Summary: Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs 1 Lac ($1,000)

To sum up, our choice of components for the best PC build under 1 lac INR is as follows:

ComponentNamePrice
CPUAMD Ryzen 7 3700XRs. 29,465
Graphics CardNVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SuperRs. 42,000
MotherboardGigabyte X570 Gaming XRs. 15,300
MemoryADATA XPG Gammix D30 16GBRs. 6,500
SSDGigabyte 128GB M.2 NVMeRs. 2,510
HDDSeagate Barracuda 1 TBRs. 2,900
Power SupplyCooler Master MWE 650WRs. 4,225
CaseDeepcool Dukase WHV3Rs. 4,999
TotalBest PC Build Under 1,00,000Rs. 1,07,899

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19 COMMENTS

  1. Ssd that is mention above is practically of no use becoz windows installation size and other vital software size is near about 80 tp 90 gb so after that there is hardly any space left for game files to be installed in ssd.

  2. Nice build bt the PSU and M.2 SSD is not worth it in 1lack budget..
    If performance is the main thing then anyone could consider a Corsair 175R around 3500 Or Cooler Master MB511 3700-3800 in offline market.. And with rest of the money anyone could consider a 80+ bronze PSU..
    Also for the SSD.. 128GB is pretty low capacity.. WD green m.2 240GB is the best budget m.2 for an alternative 240GB SATA (Kingston, Crucial, Adata) is not so bad.. Anyone could upgrade into 500GB PCIe ssd later..!

    • You can go for a B450 motherboard. I wouldn’t suggest spending too much on the mobo considering that the 3700X doesn’t overclock all that well.

  3. Well…. This is the build I am going for in the coming days….cpu, gpu choice is fine although gpu budget should be around 50k. India being a hot country, I don’t think the Nvidia FE cards will do well. Now motherboard is also fine but as per my research I have found out that the asus tuf x570 motherboard is a better option(17k, what do you think?). Now I am not at all satisfied with the ram choice. 3200 cl14 or 3600 cl 16 is the sweet spot for ryzen 3700x. The low latency times are essential if you are aiming for 1080p 144hz gaming like me. Already we are losing some fps as compared to i9 9700k, so I don’t think we can compromise with ram.

    This is 1.5 lakh budget setup in my opinion. I have calculated a good psu, atleast 256/512 GB SSD and the renowned apc bx 1100c. You can fit an aio liquid cooler also.

    I have been reading all your build guides since 2-3 months and finally you have written about this one.🙂

  4. I think a lot of money could have been saved on the gpu by going with the 5700xt secondly that money savedd could have got u a good drive say a 1tb SSD and an HDD cause u can very easily find rx5700xt for 35000rs overall very satisfactory except that drive

    • In the States, the prices are cheaper and that’s the motive for writing $1000. The mentioned items could easily be copped for a thousand dollars in the States with even a tiny bit of room, while in India, the said components would stack up to a lac. This is the website’s way to reach not just the pan India audience but even the global audience. Also, no need to use language that you wouldn’t want being used on yourself bruh, obviously they’d know that a lac isn’t the same as $1000, they’re running a tech website for heaven’s sake😂

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