Gaming PC Build Under 100000 INR with Monitor & Accessories | April 2019
If you are looking forward to build a Gaming PC this summer with around a total of 1 Lakh INR to spend, you’ve come to the right place. We have researched and put together the best components, peripherals, and accessories that you will require to make this beast gaming PC.
If you are a professional gamer with high-end requirements or a casual gamer or streamer, this PC configuration will make sure you put your money to the best use. When you’re spending a high amount of money, there are many options to choose from and we will help you make the decisions.
The components we have selected for this gaming PC will not only provide you the best frame rates with high-quality graphics in games today but also stay competitive in the future.
Best Configurations for Gaming PC Build Under 100000 INR in India for 2019
Intel 9th Gen Core i5 9400F (6C/6T)
Asus PRIME B360M-A (mATX)
G.Skill Ripjaws V 16GB DDR4 2666 MHz (8GBx2)
WD Green 240GB SATA M.2 SSD
Storage (Game Drive)
WD Blue 1TB HDD
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB Founders Edition
Cooler Master MWE 550W 80+ White
Cooler Master MB511 RGB (ATX)
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Processor: Intel 9th gen Core i5 9400F
For the CPU we have gone in favor of the blue team. The i5 9400F is a perfect mid-range gaming processor. Although it’s a very solid choice to go with, there are worthy options from the red team as well. The AMD Ryzen 5 2600 is also available in the similar price category, a little more expensive.
Why we have chosen the i5 9400F over the Ryzen counterpart is the high single core performance. The core i5 pulls ahead in the single core workloads which makes it better for gaming. However, Ryzen CPUs are known to perform better in multicore situations, like video editing or rendering.
If you are a content creator, you could take advantage of the 6 cores and 12 threads on the Ryzen 5 2600 vs the 6 cores and 6 threads on the i5 9400F. Spending some extra money will benefit you if you can exploit the hyper-threading. As this PC is focused on gaming, we will go with the gaming king, Intel.
Motherboard: Asus PRIME B360M-A
Choosing the right motherboard is a crucial step in PC building, as one can easily overspend on the motherboard. For the Intel i5 9400F, we have chosen a B360 chipset motherboard by Asus, the Prime B360M-A.
This motherboard is the perfect combination of features and value for money for building a balanced gaming PC. It comes with 4 memory slots so you can easily upgrade Ram in the future if required.
Other than at, it houses these slots:
1 x PCIe x16
2 x PCIe x1
2 x M.2
4 x USB 2.0
2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws V 16GB 2666 MHz
For Ram, we have decided to go with 16GB of G.Skill’s Ripjaws V DDR4 memory running at 2666 MHz. For this we will get 2 x 8GB modules as it is cheaper than buying a single 16GB module. Also, with 2 modules we will be running dual channel memory which will offer slightly better performance.
8GB of ram is enough to run the AAA titles of today but the industry trends suggest higher requirement in the future. So it is recommended to get 16GB memory if possible as it will save you an upgrade in the near future. We have selected 2666 MHz memory speed because when building an Intel-based system, faster memory does not make any significant increase in gaming performance.
However, if you are planning to build an AMD based system, it is recommended to go with at least 3000 MHz or higher speed ram and also run it in a dual channel for the best frame rates. Ryzen CPUs perform a lot better in games with higher ram speed and dual channel ram.
Storage: 240GB SSD + 1TB HDD
For the primary drive, we have selected a WD Green 240GB M.2 SSD. This will function as the boot drive and apart from Windows 10, you can store some frequently used programs or games on the SSD to improve app opening times.
Getting an SSD is a necessary step in 2019. Windows boot times and overall system functions are so much faster with an SSD compared to a traditional spinning hard drive.
For the major game library and storing large files, we have gone with the WD Blue 1TB HDD. 1 terabyte of storage is enough with today’s standards for a gaming rig, still you can always upgrade the storage in future if required.
Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Founders Edition
The GPU, the heart of this Gaming PC, which will be the most important component towards providing the best experience possible. For the Graphics card, the best choice in this budget is the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 6GB.
The RTX 2060 is an excellent card for medium to high-end PC builds. Costing 31K INR, this card has 1920 Cuda cores based on the Turing architecture. It has 6GB of GDDR6 video memory and it can ray-trace too.
For our 1080p gaming rig, this card will easily provide 120+ fps in almost all modern games so you can enjoy the optimum 144Hz experience with ultra graphics settings.
Power Supply: Cooler Master MWE 550 80+ White
For a lot of average users out there a PSU doesn’t make a real world difference to the PC but it is very important to get a reliable power supply. It powers all the components of the system and any failure could result in damage to the components.
Considering the balanced nature of this PC, we have selected the MWE 550 SMPS from Cooler Master. It is a 550-watt unit with an 80 Plus certification. You can choose to go with an 80 Plus Bronze, Silver or even a higher efficiency if you can spend some extra amount.
Cabinet: Cooler Master Masterbox MB511 RGB
A cabinet is what houses all the components of your PC. How the whole outward looks and aesthetic of your gaming PC turns out will depend on the PC case you choose. We have decided to go with the MB511 RGB from Cooler Master as it offers really good looks and how can a Gaming build be complete without a touch of RGB.
If you do not wish to spend a lot on aesthetics and lighting, you can choose to go with something less costly as a case is only about the looks. I would suggest you look at the Corsair Spec-04 if you want to save some money.
Total PC Build
Acer XB240H 24” 1080p 144Hz 1ms
Gigabyte Force K83 Cherry MX Blue Switches Mechanical
Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury
HyperX Cloud Stinger Core
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