Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 90,000 for 1440p and 4K (2019)

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Under 90K, there are ample options to build a 1440p or 4K gaming build. If you’re looking to build a 4K PC, then you ought to spend more on the GPU, if 1440p is your target, then the CPU is also quite important. In this post, we look at the various components needed for 1440p and 4K gaming.

For 4K Gaming

Motherboard: MSI B450M Pro VDH Max

Price: Rs. 6,799 (Link)

CPUs Supported1st, 2nd & 3rd Gen Ryzen
Memory4 x DIMM, Max. 64GB @ Up to 3866MHz
PCIe1 x PCIe 3.0 x16
2 x PCIe 2.0 x1
Storage4 x SATA 6Gb
1 x M.2 Socket 3
LANRealtek® 8111H
AudioRealtek® ALC892
USB Ports6 x USB 3.2
8 x USB 2.0

The chances of getting an overclockable low-end Matisse are pretty slim, so it’s best to settle for an entry-level B450 board. The MSI B450 Pro VDH Max is the ideal board to pair with the Ryzen 5 3500. You get RAM support of up to 64GB via four RAM DIMMs up to 3866MHz, one PCIe x16 slot, one M.2 and four SATA ports.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3500

Cores/ThreadsCase ClockBoost ClockCacheTDPPrice
6/63.6GHz4.1GHz16MB L365WRs. 11,007
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The Ryzen 5 3500 itself is more or less equivalent to the 3600 in gaming workloads. It ditches SMT and comes with a slightly lower clock.

Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super

  • Price: Rs. 59,999 (Link)
Cores3072
Boost Clock1845 MHz
Memory8GB GDDR6
Memory Clock15.5 Gbps
Bus Width256-bit

The RTX 2080 Super is simply the best GPU for a high-end system. While the RX 5700 XT is a good option for 1440p, for 4K, AMD doesn’t have any viable options just yet.

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For 1440p

For 1440p, the CPU comes into the picture as you’ll probably be looking for 100+ FPS across a variety of eSports and Battle Royale titles. We’ll be opting for the Ryzen 5 3600X paired with the MSI B450 Gaming Plus Max. On the GPU side, as mentioned above the Radeon RX 5700 XT is the better option for 1440p and it’s cheaper than the rival RTX 2070 Super.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X

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Price: Rs. 20,449 (Link)

Cores/ThreadsCase ClockBoost ClockCacheTDP
6/123.8GHz4.4GHz35MB L395W

Motherboard: MSI B450 Gaming Plus Max

Price: Rs. 10,100 (Link)

CPUs Supported1st, 2nd & 3rd Gen Ryzen
Memory4 x DIMM, Max. 64GB @ Up to 3866MHz
PCIe2 x PCIe 3.0 x16
4 x PCIe 2.0 x1
Storage6 x SATA 6Gb
1 x M.2 Socket 3
LANRealtek® 8111H
AudioRealtek® ALC892
USB Ports6 x USB 3.2
8 x USB 2.0

Graphics Card: AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT

Price: Rs. 34,499 (Link)

Cores2560
Boost Clock1905 MHz
Memory8GB GDDR6
Memory Clock14 Gbps
Bus Width256-bit

Recommended Power Supply: Corsair CX750

  • Price: Rs. 7,600 (Link)

While NVIDIA recommends a 600-650W PSU for the RTX 2080 Super, it is always better to have more headroom. Since most of the 80 Plus Gold rated PSUs are out of stock as of now, we are recommending the Corsair CX750. That said, it includes the 80 Plus bronze rating, has low fan noise and has an excellent fan design. For the price, it is a great offering and also includes a 5-year manufacturer warranty.

Recommended Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws V 8GBx2 DDR4 3600MHz

  • Price: Rs. 7,300 (Link)

AMD recommends 3600MHz as the optimal memory speed to pair with the Ryzen 3000 processors. Usually, we go with 3200MHz kits but today the G.Skill Ripjaws V is available for just over 7K for 16GB, and that’s what we’ll be going for.

Recommended Storage: Adata Ultimate SU650 480GB M.2

  • Price: Rs. 4,199 (Link)

We have enough money to go with an NVMe based SSD. We’ll be opting for the ADATA Ultimate SU650 480GB for this build. It should be enough for a year or so.

Case: Corsair iCUE 220T RGB Airflow (Black)

Price: Rs. 7,099 (Link)

For this build, we’ll be suggesting Corsair’s iCUE 220T which comes with customizable RGB lighting supporting the company’s proprietory iCUE lighting technology.

Summary:

Component For 1440pFor 4KPrice (INR)
CPUAMD Ryzen 5 3600XRyzen 5 350020,449/11,008
Graphics CardAMD Radeon RX 5700 XTRTX 2080 Super34,500/60,000
MotherboardMSI B450M Pro VDH MaxB450 Gaming Plus Max6,799/10,100
MemoryG.Skill Ripjaws V 8GBx2Same7,300
StorageAdata Ultimate SU650Same4,199
Power SupplyCorsair CX750Same7,600
CaseCorsair iCUE 220T RGBSame7,099
Total87,496/1,07306

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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 playing games.

28 Comments

  1. Corsair Vengeance 750M (available on itdepot.com) is far better and has silver efficiency rating. Atleast get the Corsair CX 650M or 750M rather than plain CX 750.

  2. I have seen many of ur Gaming pc configuration suggestions are based on Ryzen CPU, why?

    Dont you consider Intel i7 9th or i5 9th Gen gud enough for gaming … If yes then suggest compatible Intel CPUs for above builds

  3. If your use case is particularly gaming Intel is still the king by 10fps (not including 9900 k,ks,kf). If then Ryzen makes sense Reasons Upgrade path, More cores, Less power consumption, less cooling required, most important it has better stock cooler than Intel.

  4. Vedantcomputers is selling i5-9600KF for Rs.15999 right now. I think that would be a better CPU. I bought that CPU and will be getting it today.

  5. I don’t know if I am right but I recently heard that Intel might be expensive but it is because Intel silicon is far better quality from that of AMD and it will sustain you for years whereas AMD processors lose their performance exponentially after few years. So I think paying extra 10k for long lasting performance is not a bad deal. Also, I am seeing my dad’s old core 2 duo work very till now (at least gta vice city is playable without ext. graphics card)

    Looking forward to your response, Areej Sir.

  6. Intel CPUs are still better for gaming, even the older generation ones as well. I guess they recommend AMDs because of other factors as well, wherein Intel is falling behind quite badly. For gaming only, there’s no point to choose a AMD processor.

    • Yeah it runs hot but it still performs within 10% of the RTX 2070 Super on an average while costing 7K less. The board partner versions cost as much as the 2070 S, no point in opting for them.

  7. 1.Most people in comments are crying about mobo selection……honestly doesn’t matter much if u get better coolers since higher end mobos have only that for their names i.ebu can overclock more on them
    2. If u like Intel go for that this is a suggestion plus amd is cheaper so he chose that.
    3. The gpu he chose won’t bottleneck because guess what with a b450 u can overclock ur chipset to atleast 4.6 or 4.8 at stock cooler and higher using liquid cooler plus ram is fairly decent too.

  8. 4.8 at stock cooler with Ryzen? Ryzen can’t even go over 4.5 with liquid cooling, you’ll need nitrogen or some shit for 5 Ghz man

  9. Ryzen 5 3500 would bottleneck RTX 2080 Super…
    At least Ryzen 5 3600x is Recommended..
    Better if you take R5 3500+ 5700xt for 1440p and R5 3600x + RTX 2060 Super…

  10. Areej, I really like your build guides. They help me in picking up parts and suggesting parts to my friends. In this build is it better if we choose rtx2070s over rx5700xt considering driver updates, heating issues which were major problems of rx 5700 cards when they were released

      • bhai abhi ke liye 1440p mein gaming karna chahata hu quarantine ke baad accha pc build karwana hai hai 90k mein motherboard asus ka lena chahata hu jisme aaram se 2 graphics card lag jaaye(2nd gpu baad mein lunga) aur 2 m.2 nvme ssd lagane ki jagah ho 2tb motherboard kam se kam 11000 ka lagana hai kyunki upgradeability ko mann mei rakhte hue hi pc build karna hai aur mera hdd hoga seagate barracuda 2tb 1tb already pass mein hai amd ryzen 9 baad mein lagalenge new build mein abhi ke liye amd ryzen 7 3700x latest generation lagane se hojaayega cas bhai hum 7k mein cooler master ya corasir ka lelenge psu corsair ka

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