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    Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 60,000 [Updated: October 2019]

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    Building a 1080p gaming rig may usually seem like the easiest (and cheapest) way to go, but more often than not, most amateur builders skimp out on one or two components (say the motherboard or the PSU) which often causes them a lot of grief in the future. In this post, we’ll demonstrate how to build the ideal 1080p gaming rig under the 60K bracket without making any compromises that might come to bite you later on.

    Best 1080p Gaming Build Under 60,000 INR

    Best Gaming CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3500

    Price: Rs. 11,149 (Link)

    Cores / ThreadsBase ClockBoost ClockL3 CacheTDPPCIe LanesMemory Support
    6/63.6GHz4.1GHz16MB65WPCIe 4.0 x 24Dual DDR4-3200
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    AMD’s mid-range performance king, the Ryzen 5 3500 based on the 7nm Zen 2 architecture is finally here. With a price lower than the Intel Core i5-9400F, it promises to be the go-to CPU for builders in the sub-60K range. It’s almost the same as the 3600 except drops SMT which isn’t a must for games anyway. Although we haven’t tested it just yet, knowing how potent the other 3rd Gen Ryzen processors are, we’re pretty confident that it’ll give the Intel competitors a run for their money.

    Best Graphics Card: ASUS GeForce RTX 2060 Phoenix

    Price: Rs. 24,990 (Link)

    Memory6GB GDDR6
    Base Clock1365MHz
    Boost Clock1710MHz
    Cores1920
    Mem. Clock14000MHz
    Bus Width192-bit
    PSU500W
    Dimensions7 ” x 4.76 ” x 1.5 “
    Connectors1 x 8-pin
    Warranty3 Years

    NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 2060 is priced pretty well at just below 25K INR, making RTX more affordable than ever before. The ASUS RTX 2060 Phoenix with a single fan is one of the cheapest models in the Indian market. Fret not, we’ve already tested it and there is not major throttling. It’s still the best GPU for 1080p-120FPS or 1440p-60FPS gaming.

    Best Motherboard for the Ryzen 5: MSI B450M PRO-M2 V2

    Price: Rs. 5,585 (Link)

    CPUAMD Ryzen 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Gen
    RAM2 x DDR4 memory slots, supports up to 32GB @ 3466 MHz
    PCIe1 x PCIe 3.0 x16 slot, 2 x PCIe 2.0 x1 slots
    Storage4 x SATA 6Gb/s ports, 1 x M.2 slot

    MSI’s B450M PRO-M2 is the motherboard to get if you’re going with the Ryzen 5. With support for up to 3466 MHz dual-channel memory, it comes with a PCIe 3.0 slot as well as an M.2 for blazing-fast SSD storage. It includes four SATA 6Gbps slots and 7.1 channel HD Audio support which should be enough for most users.

    Best RAM for the Ryzen 5: Adata XPG Gammix D30 8GBX2 DDR4 2666MHz

    Price: Rs. 6,000 (Link)

    The Adata XPG Gammix D30 is a very flexible memory kit. With a stock clock of 2666MHz, it can be easily pushed to 3000-3200MHz without any significant tweaking. It’s better to with a cheaper kit that can be overclocked rather than splurging for an expensive one that performs almost the same.

    Storage Recommendation

    Power-supply: Antec NE550M

    Antec NE550M 550W ATX12V / EPS12V 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Power Supply

    Price: Rs. 3,950 (Link)

    For the power supply, we have Antec’s 550W solution which is more than sufficient to power this rig safely. To top it up, it is Bronze certified and semi-modular and should go well with this budget effective build.

    Cabinet: Antec Dark Phantom DP501

    Price: Rs. 4,650 (Link)

    The Antec Dark Phantom DP501 is a beautiful case featuring RGB lighting and a tempered side panel. The price tag of 4.6K is all too enticing to avoid this mid-tower case.

    Summary: Best Gaming PC Build Under 60,000 INR

    To sum up, our choice of components for the best PC build under 60,000 INR is as follows:

    ComponentNamePrice
    CPUAMD Ryzen 5 3500Rs. 11,149 (Link)
    Graphics CardASUS GeForce RTX 2060 PhoenixRs. 24,990 (Link)
    MotherboardMSI B450 PRO-M2Rs. 5,585 (Link)
    MemoryAdata XPG D30 8GBX2 @ 2666MHzRs. 6,000 (Link)
    SSDAdata Ultimate SU630 240GBRs. 2,299 (Link)
    HDDSeagate Barracuda 1TBRs. 2,900 (Link)
    Power SupplyAntec NE550MRs. 3,950 (Link)
    CaseAntec Dark Phantom DP501Rs. 4,500 (Link)
    TotalBest PC Build Under 60,000Rs. 61,373

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    Areej
    I love computer hardware and RPGs, and those two things are what drove me to start TechQuila. Other than that most of my time goes into reading psychology, writing (and reading) dark poetry and wondering about the vast undiscovered expanses of our universe.

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    15 Comments

    1. I don’t know how you guys are able to provide rtx 2060 for ₹25000. I have searched the entire market but could not get that for such a low price but i only fear is the graphic card orginal or a Chinese duplicate.
      I hope to receive a reply

    2. Which one is Good Among Both this one “October” build or “September” Build ?….i am really hoping to get this answer..thanks .

      these post are really helping…i am planning on building new pc This December …

      keep up the good work…

    3. So can I get a RTX 2060 at the same price someplace else than Vedant or at someplace like retail stores like the ones at Lamington Road

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