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    Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 60,000: December 2019

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    Building a 1440p capable PC requires a budget of at least 60K. However, it’s even harder to yield 144-240 FPS at 1080p. Achieving higher frame rates at lower resolutions is more challenging than the converse. That is what we’ll be focusing on this post. A PC capable of delivering 144 FPS at 1080p and up to 60 FPS at 1440p.

    Best CPU for Gaming @ 1080p 120+ FPS: Intel Core i5-9400F

    updated 9th gen intel cpus

    Price: Rs. 11,699 (Link)

    Cores / ThreadsBase ClockBoost ClockL3 CacheTDPPCIe LanesMemory Support
    6/62.9GHz4.1GHz9MB65WPCIe 3.0 x 16Dual DDR4-2666
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    If you are an eSports gamer or just someone who’s into shooters, then you will prefer higher frame rates over the resolution. To get there, you need a capable GPU and an equally versatile CPU. The Core i5-9400F is just right for that workload. It easily crosses the 100 FPS mark in intensive open-world games and yields 150 FPS+ in Battle Royale titles like Fortnite.

    Motherboard: MSI B365M PRO-VDH

    Price: Rs. 6,399 (Link)

    CPU8th and 9th Gen Intel Core
    ChipsetB365
    Memory4x DD4 up to 64GB @ 2666MHz
    Storage6x SATA 6Gb/s, 1x M.2
    Expansion Slots1x PCIe 3.0 x16
    2x PCIe 3.0 x1
    USB8x USB 3.1 Gen1
    6x USB 2.0 ports

    The MSI B365M Pro VDH should be fine for this build as well. Going with a cheaper H310 chipset is also an option if you’re looking to get the 9100F, but that’ll limit future upgrade prospects.

    Best Graphics Card: NVIDIA RTX 2060

    Price: Rs. 25,999 (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

    The GeForce RTX 2060 hit an all-time low of 22-23K in India a while back but the prices have now stabilized. A deal over at MDComputers however still lets you snag one for 26K.

    Memory: Adata XPG Gammix D30 16GB (8GBX2)

    Price: Rs. 5,399 (Link)

    Thanks to Intel’s monolithic design, we don’t need to opt for an expensive memory kit. Any dual-channel memory module will suffice. We’ll go with ADATA’s XPG Gammix D30 for this build.

    Storage Recommendation

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

    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 NX300 ARGB

    Price: Rs. 3,250 (Link)

    We’ll be recommending Antec’s NX300 for this build as it provides a good balance of RGB and capacity, like many of its brethren.

    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
    CPUIntel Core i5-9400FRs. 11,699
    Graphics CardNVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060Rs. 25,999
    MotherboardMSI B365M PRO-VDHRs. 6,399
    MemoryAdata XPG Gammix D30 8GBX2 DDR4Rs. 5,399
    SSDAdata Ultimate SU650 480GB M.2Rs. 4,199
    Power SupplyAntec NE550MRs. 3,950
    CaseAntec NX300 ARGBRs. 3,250
    TotalRs.60,895

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    2 Comments

    1. Hi Areej,
      I am a avid reader of your blog.
      I think choosing i5-9400F over i3-9100F is not a good deal. there will be just 4-5 FPS improvement for Rs 5000 more.
      Instead the saved money (~5000) can be spend on a better SSD.
      See the benchmark below for proof
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUPf_AGm7Bk&t=10s

      and I think the SSD you chose is also not upto the mark. For just Rs. 600 more Crucial P1 500GB NVME SSD can be bought which is a much faster SSD then ADATA SU650.

      If you Choose Wisely and opt to buy i3-9100F, We can buy a Crucial P1 500GB SSD and 2TB internal HDD under Rs. 60000 budget.
      Thank you 🙂

      • Also do u really believe that RTX 2060 is worth it? I think buying RX 5700 or GTX 1660 Ti would be better. RTX 2060 barely manages ray tracing in high qualityat even 720p in most games.

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