Best Gaming PC Build in 2018 with AMD Ryzen | Under Rs.50,000

Hey, Guys are you looking for a Personal Computer which cost Under Rs.50,000 in India with all the latest Specifications and Looks cool then you are at right Place. Because Today I’m Sharing an Amazing Gaming PC Build for you guys under Rs.50,000.

Making a gaming PC which can handle all the latest Games Like Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto V, Watch Dog 2 and more at full graphics with minimum 50FPS in the Budget of Rs.50000 is not that easy.

Ryzen Gaming PC Build in 2018 | Under Rs.50,000

So for the best gaming experience, I choose each and every part of this Build Carefully and also take care of little bit upgradations for the Future if you want.

Name Price Buy
1. AMD Ryzen 5 1400 12,600 Amazon
2. MSI Gaming AMD Ryzen A320 GAMING PRO DDR4 VR Ready Motherboard 7,400 Amazon
3. ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti mini 4GB GDDR5 12,999 Amazon
4. HyperX FURY Black 8 GB 2133MHz DDR4 7,500 Amazon
5. Corsair VS550 550-Watt Power Supply 3200 Amazon
6. Corsair Carbide Series Steel Gaming Cabinet 3,000 Amazon
7. WD 1TB HDD 3,200 Amazon
Total Price 51,299

Also See: Gaming PC Build Under Rs.30,000

Let’s talk about hardware in detail:

So Let’s Start with the Cabinet for this build I Choose Circle Gaming Cabinet Phoenix Which Cost 4800 Rupees on Amazon and have all the Features like USB 3.0, Graphic Card Support Up to 400. 2 – 120mm Fan on Top and Front Options. So that is My Choice for this Build But if you want to save money then you can also go for Circle Gaming Cabinet CC 821 which cost only 3000 Both are good for this Build.

AMD Ryzen Gaming PC Build Under 50K

For CPU I go for AMD Ryzen 5 The Latest Processor from AMD in 2017 and for the motherboard, I choose GIGABYTE GA-AB350-GAMING 3 AM4 AMD RYZEN which has great value for money up to 32GB of RAM Support and motherboard Support Full 4K Resolution which is great.

Coming on to the most important part of gaming PC Build is GPU, for GPU I Choose ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti mini 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card which is a beast for gaming that GPU has Nvidia Latest G-Sync Technology and also VR Ready So, you can also play Virtual Reality Games if you want to and that cost you almost 13000 Rupees on Local Store but its very expensive online i don’t know why.

Motherboard for Gaming PC Build under 50K

Coming on to the Power Supply I choose Corsair 450W PSU to cost only 3500 Rupees. and for HDD I Trust WD 1TB Blue Drive, HyperX FURY 8GB DDR4 RAM is Perfect for Memory cost 4000 rupees.

Gaming PC Build Specifications list with Buy Link:

  1. AMD Ryzen 5 1400 – Rs. 12,600 – Buy Link
  2. GIGABYTE GA-AB350 Motherboard – Rs. 9,800 – Buy Link
  3. ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 4GB GDDR5 – Rs.12,999 – Buy Link
  4. Hyper X Fury 8GB Ram Stick – Rs.6400 – Buy Link
  5. Circle Gaming Cabinet CC 821 – Rs. 3000 – Buy Link
  6. Corsair 450W PSU – Rs.3200 – Buy Link
  7. WD 1TB HDD – Rs. 3600 – Buy Link

So Total Cost for This Build is Rs. 50,000 Complete But if you want to make you PC Faster then you must add at least 120GB Samsung EVO SSD which Cost Rs 5000 only. I Know Build Cost 51,500 which is slightly over 50K But that OK if you just Spend 1500 more on this build you can do anything you want like gaming, Video Editing, Photo Editing & much more.

Zotac Graphics Card

But some of you guys only have a budget of 50000 in which you want a complete PC like Monitor, PC, and Headphones. So to make this easy for you just check out my Gaming PC Build of Rs. 40000 and Buy LG 22-inch 22MP68VQ Full HD IPS LED Monitor because it comes with FreeSync and it has Full HD Screen Panel and Almost Bezel-less screen on which your gaming experience is at another level.

LG 22inch Full HD IPS LED Monitor with FreeSync

Best Gaming PC Under 50000 with Monitor

The Biggest Change you will see in this build from the build you saw above is Processor & Motherboard and the money you guys saved in this part will help you to buy a good Monitor for your PC.

Name Price Buy
1. AMD FX8320E 11,000 Amazon
2. Gigabyte GA-970 8,300 Amazon
3. Radeon RX 460 4GB 9,800 Amazon
4. HyperX FURY 8 GB 4,500 Amazon
5. Corsair 450 PSU 2,600 Amazon
6. Circle Gaming Cabinet CC 820 2,900 Amazon
7. WD 1TB HDD 3,600 Amazon
8. LG 22-inch 22MP68VQ Full HD IPS LED Monitor 10,000 Amazon
Total Price 52,700

So, That is our Configuration for Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 50000 in India. If you have any suggestion you are most welcome. If you like this Build then Please Share this on Social Media.

  1. Ravi Mahara says

    Can I play, GTA V, CS, BATMAN, racing games with racing wheel on it?

  2. Kiran says

    Why is there no SSD?

    1. Harpreet Singh says

      Short of money if you can spend 7000 Rs you can add 256 GB SSD but if you are a gamer then basically you don’t need SSD.

  3. Jintu Sarma says

    how many years this rig will hold without lagging games? will gigabyte gtx 1060 6gb be suitable with the above specs? plz help me, i want to build a gaming pc that will continue to give good performance at max settings even after 7or 8 years

    1. Harpreet Singh says

      Hello Jintu, I’m not Sure about 7 to 8 Years but with GTX1060 6GB is more than enough for good gaming experience up to 2020 Because this is a shifting stat we don’t know what new will come on tomorrow.

  4. Luis Williams says

    I have questions about your article…

  5. Robert abirmingham says

    Wow that was odd. I just wrote an extremely long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up.
    Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Regardless, just wanted to say excellent blog!

  6. Akshay says

    One question Does ryzen 3 support USB 3.0 or 3.1

  7. Abhinav says

    This is too expensive, ANT PC ( ) have best deal under this budget, Checkout the quote I got:

    Intel Core i5 8400
    B360 Chipset Based Motherboard.
    8GB 2400 MHz Ram
    Cooler Master Q300L Cabinet
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB GDDR5
    Cooler Master 450W PSU
    Under Rs 49,999/- with Onsite warranty and life time support over and above individual components manufacturer warranty.
    With super best deals on Monitor.

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