How to build a gaming PC under Rs 80,000?

How to build a gaming PC under Rs 80,000?

In the past few years, traditional laptops have been converted into serious gaming PCs. They are highly preferred by major game lovers and the PC bar is set higher. However, if you go to buy a gaming PCs in India, the hefty price tag is going to make you uncomfortable. There are even a lot of pre-designed gaming PC(s) that are still not available in the country. That’s where the need for custom gaming PCs comes into existence. 

Assembling your custom PC build can be a reliable process to add exactly what you need to amplify your gaming experience. It even allows the potential to achieve high-end precision with the gaming PC without putting a hole in the pocket. 

To make it simple for you, we’ve gathered a specific catalog of components to get started with assembling your own device. With the right selection, your final gaming computer will be much better than a pre-built PC. On average, we have kept the price estimate to be Rs. 80000 for the entire assembling process. In addition, the components are easy to find in the nation. 

So, without further ado, let’s begin with the components list for designing a custom PC build. 

1. Processor:

For a good gaming PC, you can choose to go with the quad-core Intel i5-7600K chipset. It is considered to be the best quality chipset in the i5 series. It possesses a clock speed of 3.8 GHz and can be enhanced to 4.2 GHz with the usage of TBT (Turbo Boost Technology) by Intel. The chipset supports 64 GB DDR4 RAM & Intel HD Graphics 630. Overall, the quad-core processor can provide minor graphical processing. 

However, if you’re in search of a cheaper processor alternative, there are various other alternatives as well. Hexa-core AMD Ryzen 5 1600 chipset is one of the worthy choices with a clock speed of 3.2Ghz and possible to boost up to 3.6Ghz overclocking. 

The majority of games nowadays run on average 3.0 GHz clock speed. Hence both of these choices are efficient to get the job of custom PC builds done. 

2. CPU Cooler

To keep the custom PC build and other parts cooler, you can use a CPU cooler with the Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 model. It has been widely recognized and contains four heat pipes. It works effectively and can bring the 10-15 degrees of temperatures down even in the idle stage. 

3. Motherboard

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In order to use the latest Intel configuration gaming PC, we recommend using the Gigabyte GA-Z270X-Ultra Gaming ATX LGA1151 Motherboard. Backed with the potential of DDR4 RAM (dual channel), Type A/C USB, Thunderbolt 3, PCIe SSDs, and other hosts, the board is designed specifically for high-end gaming configurations. The funky lighting on the board adds a more fun segment. 

For the AMD chipset, choose to opt for the MSI B350 TOMAHAWK ATX AM4 motherboard. It has more or less the same features as the previous one. 

4. Memory

For a custom PC build with the best gaming experience, 16GB memory is the minimum requirement. Whether you’re using Intel and AMD configurations, using Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 16GB is the right choice with twice 8GB DDR4 RAM sticks. It is a proven memory that works well with the gaming configuration. On top of everything, it doesn’t emit a lot of heat. This memory even supports higher processor variants too making them a suitable choice for gaming PC. 

5. Storage

To buy a gaming PC in India, you need to maintain a tight budget plan. If the storage requirement is quite more, we recommend using the Western Digital - Caviar Blue 1TB Hard Drive. Running on 7200 RPM, this storage drive can do justice to your entire gaming configuration. 

However, if you wish to experience a more amazing gaming experience, we recommend going for SSD. Storage disk is an efficient part having the capacity of a price cut, and you can even choose to use SanDisk SSD PLUS 240GB internal hard drive. 

6. Video Card: 

For reliable Intel configurations, you can choose the Zotac GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB OC video card for budget prices. If you can increase the budget of a pre-built PC, we would recommend going with a better alternative I.e. Gigabyte GTX 1060. The latter is also a suitable option for the best-in-class video card. 

We would also recommend using ASUS Radeon RX 580 8GB dual video card for better AMD configuration. As we keep comparing the two configurations, the Intel video card is more suitable for an extraordinary gaming experience. However, we still suggest analyzing your gaming PC usage and deciding accordingly. 

7. Case

Go for the Corsair 270R ATX Mid Tower Case as it looks highly elegant in look and feels. The top of the care meshes and back has certain openings to strengthen the heat management and transfer. The built-in cable manager makes the process very easy. This part of the gaming PC comes with a lot of hosting ports, two USB ports, and the headphone jack will make everything easier. 

8. Power Supply

For an uninterrupted power supply, we recommend using the CX450 450W 80 Plus component. With the capacity to handle the load up to 450 watts, it can be suitable to work better than the expected configurations. 

9. Monitor

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Now, we have come to the final step of custom PC build designing. To visualize all sets of the above configurations, it's time to choose the right monitor. We would recommend using the monitor with model ASUS VP228H LCD screen with 21.5-inch. This monitor comes with the perfect size and resolution of 1920x1080 pixels.

The ASUS monitor is exclusively for gaming systems including the GamePlus hotkey, crosshair, and timer. It allows the gamers to choose from multiple crosshair types. Perfect for the high-end gaming environment, the crosshair features make the gaming experience worthwhile. The timer features allow the strategy game players to get elapsed time in real-time. 

All these components are compatible with each other to design the custom PC build. Volted PC is a one-stop destination for all sorts of pre-configured PC(s) or custom designing for best practices and results. Visit the website today and choose your next configuration for a gaming PC.

Posted 7 months ago

by Hunny

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