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    Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 50,000 for Playing PUBG and Fortnite: December 2019

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    Building a 1080p gaming PC these days is one of the more interesting challenges these days. You’ve got ample options in both the CPU as well as the GPU space, but depending on your target resolution and frame rates, it’s crucial that you opt for the right parts. In this post, we’ll put together a gaming PC, best suited for playing at 1080p with up to 100 FPS.

    Best CPU for Gaming @ 1080p: AMD Ryzen 5 3500

    Price: Rs. 11,199 (Link)

    Cores/ThreadsCase ClockBoost ClockCacheTDP
    6/63.6GHz4.1GHz16MB L365W
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    The AMD Ryzen 5 3500 was launched quietly in the Asia Pacific region a while back for the DIY market and as an OEM part in the ROW. We’re not sure why it wasn’t made widely available but as per the select few reviews we’ve seen, it’s a decent chip. It beats the Core i5-9400F in pretty much every workload from gaming to content creation making it the go-to chip for budget 1080p gamers.

    The Ryzen 5 3500X and the 3500 are technically quite similar so we’ll refer to this benchmark from TomsHardware

    Recommended Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX 1660

    Price: Rs. 15,899 (Link)

    CoresBoost ClockMemoryMemory ClockBus Width
    14081800MHz6GB GDDR58 Gbps192-bit
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    We’d normally recommend the GTX 1660 Super but the 1660 is presently selling for an excellent price of 15.9K. Plus, the faster memory is more useful if you’re going to game at 1440p. At 1080p, the 1660 will be more than sufficient.

    Best Motherboard for Ryzen 5 3500: MSI B450M Pro-VDH Max

    Price: Rs. 6,399 (Link)

    Memory4 x DDR4 memory slots, support up to 64GB @ 3866MHz
    PCIe Slots1 x PCIe 3.0 x16 slot, 2 x PCIe 2.0 x1
    Storage4 x SATA 6Gb/s ports, 1 x M.2
    USB Slots6 x USB 3.2, 8 x USB 2.0
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    The MSI B450M Pro-VDH Max is one of the most economical B450 motherboards you’ll find out there. With support for up to 64GB of 3466MHz memory, it ensures that your 3rd Gen Ryzen processor isn’t held back by the B450 chipset or memory.

    Recommended Memory: Adata XPG Gammix D10 8GBx2 @ 3200MHz

    Price: Rs. 5,999 (Link)

    Adata’s XPG memory modules are the most economical. Instead of going for a more expensive kit that’ll cost as much as your CPU, this 3200MHz dual-channel config will serve you just fine. To get the most out of it, you can always overclock it.

    Power Supply: Cooler Master MWE 450W

    Price: Rs. 2,450 (Link)

    Since this is a sub-50K setup, we won’t be investing in a Gold or Platinum PSU nor a modular one. The Cooler Master MWE 450W is our pick for this system and will provide enough juice to overclock the graphics card if needed. There are other alternatives, but we’ll be recommending the CM MWE as it’s one of the better parts in this price range.

    Case: Corsair 175R RGB

    Price: Rs. 3,399 (Link)

    For the case, it largely comes down to preferences. There are tons of options nowadays with gorgeous cases from Antec, Corsair, Cooler Master, Thermaltake, NZXT and even Circle. For this build, we’re suggesting the Corsair 175R which provides a good balance between RGB and practicality.

    Storage

    • SSD: Adata Ultimate SU650 480GB M.2
    • Price: Rs. 4,199 (Link)

    Since we have some mullah to spare, we’ll be investing in premium storage options as they can significantly improve your overall experience. This 480GB NVMe SSD will boost your boot times by 5-10 times over traditional magnetic storage while cutting loading times by up to 90%.

    Summary: Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 50,000

    ComponentNamePrice
    CPUAMD Ryzen 5 3500Rs. 11,199
    Graphics CardNVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660Rs. 15,899
    MotherboardMSI B450M Pro-VDH MaxRs. 6,399
    MemoryAdata XPG Gammix D10 8GBx2 @ 3200MHzRs. 5,999
    SSDAdata Ultimate SU650 480GB M.2Rs. 4,199
    Power SupplyCooler Master MWE 450WRs. 2,450
    CaseCorsair 175R RGBRs. 3,399
    TotalRs. 49,544

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    11 Comments

    1. Can you suggest Asus mobo instead of the MSI? I have heard that MSI after sales service is worst and as such MSI should be avoid.
      Please also suggest a good Monitor for this setup. Thanks.

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