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Saturday, November 4, 2017

How to build a Budget Gaming PC under 50,000 rupees in India

Do you like gaming? Well, I know, the answer is always yes, if you don't I bet you never come here. We all have a PC these days right, do you? Now the fact is we want to play some games on it in our spare time or maybe just want to play games on it. But for running games, we have to spend money on the graphics card.

There are many graphics cards to choose from companies like AMD and Nvidia. You can buy the most expensive one like Nvidia 1080Ti and a cheap one. Take note here that you don't need to buy an expensive graphics card for playing casual games. Although if you want to play games on ultra-high settings you definitely require to have an expensive graphics card as well as a good processor or else you will get the bottleneck of your CPU.

Since we are the budget builder so we are not going to talk about expensive graphics cards or expensive processors here. All you have to remember that we build a PC just for casual gaming on a tight budget of 50,000 rupees. Let's build the i3 8100 budget gaming PC.

How to build a Budget Gaming PC under 50,000 rupees in India

Also See: How to build a Budget Gaming PC under 20,000 rupees in India

For the best experience in gaming here is the list overview of what I choose to build this rig. Also using this will let you upgrade your PC in the future so you are totally future proof.

Ok here is the list :
Price (Rupees)
Intel  i3 8100 8th gen quad core @3.6 GHz processor
MSI Z370-A Pro ATX Motherboard
HyperX FURY Black 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM
Western Digital Blue 1TB Desktop Internal Hard Disk Drive
ZOTAC GeForce GTX1050 Ti 4GB OC Edition Graphics card
Corsair VS450 450-Watt PSU
Circle Gaming Cabinet CC 815 Without SMPS
Subtotal = 54,247

Now let's talk about the details of hardware we use to build this rig

Processor: Intel Core i3 8100 3.6 GHz quad core processor


Ok, so first I will explain to you the CPU we will use. I choose an all-new Intel's core i3 8100 processor which is built on Intel's new coffee lake microarchitecture. This processor is great at this price range because no other processor from Intel you will find that has a 4 core 4 thread at this price. This processor speed is (3.6 GHz base clock speed) higher than the 7th generation Intel core i5 7400 (3.0 GHz base clock speed) and i5 7500 (3.4 GHz base clock speed) processors which also costly than this. One thing to remember that this processor only supports Intel 300 series LGA1151 chipset motherboards so one thing clear that you are already building a future proof computer.

Motherboard: MSI Z370-A Pro ATX motherboard


For this Intel i3 8100 gaming pc build we are going to use MSI Z370-A Pro ATX motherboard. Okay, now you guys will be asking me why you choose this MSI Z370-A Pro ATX motherboard for this build and if our processor is not overclockable then is this make any sense to buying this motherboard. So for that Guys, we have no other option to buy another motherboard. All we have to do is wait till the B and H series comes out. So do not disappoint here because with this motherboard you can overclock in the future with another CPU if you want.

This Z370 also supports 7th generation processor but I will not suggest you buy one because if you can buy this motherboard then why to go for an old (not so old you know) 7th generation processor.
This motherboard supports 2-way crossfire that means you can easily use two graphics cards and you can also use up to 64 GB of DDR4 RAM.

RAM: HyperX FURY Black 8 GB DDR4 2400 MHz

In this build, we are going to use HyperX FURY Black 8 GB DDR4 RAM. This RAM is clock at 2400 MHz. I choose 8 GB of RAM for this build which is enough for casual gaming but if you want to upgrade your RAM you can definitely install more RAM in it. Also when Intel's Optane Memory Comes out you can use that too, since our mobo and processor is already Intel's Optane Memory ready.

Hard Disk: Western Digital Blue 1TB Desktop internal HDD


For storage, I choose WD Blue 1TB Hard Disk Drive because many people use this hard disk drive. Since it 7200 rpm and have 64 MB of cache it will definitely improve your gaming performance. If you want to install an SSD then you can go with that but remember that this will cost you more and you have to stretch your budget a little bit.

Graphics Card: ZOTAC GeForce GTX1050 Ti 4 GB OC Edition


Okay, here we are, the ultimate thing that requires for gaming that is Graphics Card. Obviously, without it, we can play games but not the top games that do not even run without a graphics card. So, I choose the ZOTAC GeForce GTX1050 Ti 4 GB OC Edition for our build. This card can run all the top resource-hungry games at high settings. You can definitely play games like Battlefield 1, COD WWII, CS: GO, Tomb Raider, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, etc at approximately 50-60fps in high settings.

Power Supply: Corsair VS450 450-watt Power Supply


As we do not need extra power for a graphics card or anything else a Corsair VS450 450-watt power supply is enough for our build. Also, some good things about using this power supply are that it is silent, efficient, has Active Power Factor Correction(PFC) with PF value of 0.99, over-voltage,under-voltage, over current and short circuit protection, etc.

Cabinet: Circle Gaming Cabinet CC 815 Without SMPS


Okay, we have all our components for building our budget gaming PC under 50,000rs but to assemble them we required a cabinet. For this, we will use Circle Gaming Cabinet CC 815 which easily supports ATX motherboard, since our MSI Z370-A motherboard is ATX motherboard. Now what we can get from this cabinet are 4 internal and 4 external drive bays, 2 front USB 2.0 and 1 front USB 3.0 ports, 2 front Audio ports and a cool blue LED front fan.

Huh, that's long blah blah. Just assemble the components and install Windows and appropriate Drivers for the motherboard and the graphics card and play games.

Note: Do not install the drivers from the CD comes with the Graphics card and your Motherboard. I strongly suggest you download the drivers from the manufacturer's website since the driver gets outdated on your CD.

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