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    Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 90,000 in India for 4K (September 2019)

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    If you’re looking for a Gaming PC build that can play modern titles at 4K but are just shy of the Rs. 1 Lakh mark, we have got you covered. Since we can’t go all-out, we have made some small compromises to select the components that complement each other the best. This build is competent enough to play most modern titles at 1440p and 4K with the highest settings.

    The Best CPU for Gaming: Ryzen 5 3600

    • Price: Rs. 17,069
    • Cores: 6
    • Threads: 12
    • Base Clock: 3.6 GHz
    • Boost Cock: 4.2 GHz
    • TDP: 65W
    • Socket: AM4

    The Ryzen 5 3600 is arguably the best-valued processor for gaming. With a boost clock of 4.2GHz, it offers best-in-class single-threaded performance, matching the Intel i9 processors blow-for-blow. It is one of the most well-rounded CPUs for 1440p or 4K gaming. While it can easily match the 9700K in multi-threaded performance, when it comes to gaming performance, it can easily keep up with the 8700K. It also includes a Wraith-Spire cooler out of the box, which is more than sufficient to keep the temps down.

    Recommended Motherboard: ASUS TUF B450 Plus

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    The ASUS TUF B450 Plus is an excellent option under 10K that doesn’t skip out on features. With a great VRM setup that supports overclocking, a substantial I/O and support for up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM, there aren’t any compromises. Moreover, it has a sublime cooling solution and even sports RGB.

    The Best GPU for Gaming: NVIDIA RTX 2080

    • Price: Rs. 42,999
    • Cores: 2944
    • Boost Clock: 1710 MHz
    • Memory Clock: 1750 MHz
    • Memory: 8GB GDDR6

    The RTX 2080 is simply the best GPU for a high-end system. While the RX 5700 Xt is also a great offering from AMD, the NVIDIA RTX 2080 easily outperforms it. We had previously included an RTX 2070 Super for this build. However, as pointed out, you can get the RTX 2080 on Amazon at a price which is even cheaper than some of the RTX 2070 Super cards. At this price, it’s an absolute steal and will vastly improve your gaming performance.

    Recommended Power Supply: Corsair CX750

    • Price: Rs. 7,250
    • Fan Size: 120mm
    • Output Capacity: 750W
    • Dimensions: 150mm x 86mm x 160mm
    • Cable Type: Sleeved
    • MTBF Rating: >100,000 hours

    While NVIDIA recommends a 600-650W PSU for the RTX 2080, 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 SniperX DDR4 (2x8GB)

    • Price: Rs. 7,299
    • Form Factor: 288-pin DIMM
    • Rated Speed: DDR4-3600
    • Non-ECC

    The G.SKILL Sniper X is a dual-channel 16GB memory kit that comes in at a rated speed of 3000MHz. We chose a 2×8 GB kit as it offers the best performance when paired with Ryzen processors. It also includes the industry-leading G.SKILL lifetime warranty and is one of the most competitive memory kits around.

    Recommended Case: Cooler Master MB511 RGB

    • Price: Rs. 3,759
    • Form Factor: Mid Tower
    • Motherboard Support: ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
    • Dimensions: 496mm x 217mm x 469 mm
    • Weight: 4 Kg
    • Radiator Support: 120mm, 140mm, 240mm, 280mm, 360mm
    • I/O Ports: 2 x USB 3.0, 1x Headphone/Mic
    • Drive Bays: 2 x 3.5-inch HDD, 2 x 2.5-inch SSD

    The MB511 RGB consists of 2 fan mounts on top and 3 on the front with plenty of mesh mounts for maximizing airflow. While it offers only one bundled fan, it offers best-in-class airflow and thermals, excellent cable-management, low operating volume and is one of the easiest cases to build in, resulting in a great mid-range case for the price.

    Recommended Storage: ADATA Ultimate SU630 480GB

    • Price: Rs. 3,975
    • Interface: SATA 6Gb/s
    • Seq. Read: 520 MB/s
    • Seq. Write: 450 MB/s

    In modern video games, an SSD is an absolute must-have. For games with minute-long load-times, and SSD can make the experience much smoother. The ADATA SU630 480GB is a SATA III SSD that should be more than enough for your OS, programs and your games.


    Component NamePriceLinks
    CPUAMD Ryzen 5 3600Rs. 17,069Link
    Graphics CardNVIDIA RTX 2080Rs. 42,999Link
    MotherboardASUS TUF B450 PlusRs. 8,721Link
    MemoryG.SKILL SniperX 2x8GB DDR4Rs. 7,299Link
    StorageADATA Ultimate SU630 480GBRs. 3,975Link
    Power SupplyCorsair CX750Rs. 7,250Link
    CaseCooler Master MB511Rs. 3,759Link
    TotalRs. 91,072

    All the components add up to a total of Rs. 91,072. Check out our other budget-oriented builds or if you’re looking for a video-editing PC, you can check this out. Any suggestions are welcome.

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    Ambarish Sengupta
    There’s nothing better than chilling on a discord server with friends, each of you talking about random things while playing different games. I also love reading books and would occasionally binge on the odd TV Show.

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