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Best gaming PC build under INR 50000

Building gaming PCs on the cheap is quite tricky these days, with CPUs and GPU prices skyrocketing like anything. If you’re looking to build a good machine under a tight budget, you will have to do some part hunting to find good deals.

In this article, we’re going over two PC builds under INR 50,000. One build will include everything from the CPU to all the required peripherals; the other will only focus on the CPU.

Also read: Best gaming PC build under ₹30000


Best Gaming PC under ₹50000 (including peripherals)

Since we’re also accounting for peripherals in this build, we will be strapped for cash on the CPU end. However, you should still have a respectable build by the time you’re done.

Peripherals

Let’s get over the peripherals first. We’ll include all the basics you will need.

Monitor

Brand and Model: LG Ultra-Gear | Price: ₹13,999

Best gaming PC build under INR 50000

This 24-inch monitor from LG runs at 1080p on 144Hz with a 1ms response time. You get a Display Port and HDMI inputs, and the stand is height adjustable. For a gaming setup on the cheap, this monitor will last you for quite some time while letting you experience the joy of high refresh-rate gaming.

Here are some alternatives you can check out:

You can buy the LG Ultra-Gear here

Keyboard

Brand and Model: RedGear Shadow Blade | Price: ₹2,199

Best gaming PC build under INR 50000

Redgear makes good quality gaming products at quite a low price, and this gaming keyboard is no different. You get blue mechanical switches that have quite the life (I’ve been using an older model of this keyboard for nearly four years now), a volume control knob with play/pause functionality and some RGB to spice up the look of your desk.

Here are some alternatives you can check out:

You can get the RedGear Shadow Blade here
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You can also customise keycaps, mouse pads, purchase keyboard DIY kits as well as buy 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and 100% layout keyboards.

Mouse

Brand and Model: RedGear Thor ELE-G9 | Price: ₹899

Best gaming PC build under INR 50000

This gaming mouse from Dragonwar is one of the best you’ll get in this price range. You get two additional programmable buttons on the side, a turbo click button that’ll make you fire pistols like an SMG and configurable DPI and RGB. It’s the complete package.

Here are some alternatives you can check out:

You can get the RedGear Thor ELE-G9 here

Speakers

Brand and Model: F&D F203G | Price: ₹1,699

Best gaming PC build under INR 50000

Although the monitor we listed does have speakers built-in, nothing beats the real thing — these 11W speakers from F&D pack quite the punch. The bass is good enough for the size, and the sound clarity is top-notch. These can also get loud. 

Here are some alternatives you can try out:

You can buy F&D F203G here

Optional peripherals

If you’ve still got some spare cash after the build, you can also pick these. 


CPU

With the peripherals out of the way, let’s move on to the CPU build. 

Processor

Brand and Model: Intel 10th Gen Core i3 10105F | Price: ₹7,314

Best gaming PC build under INR 50000

The processor is an essential part of your build, and hence, we’re spending as much as we can on one. We’re going with the 10th Gen Core i3 10105F, which will give you four cores, eight threads, and a turbo boost clock of up to 4.40GHz. There’s one problem, though, the processor requires a discrete GPU. However, since we’re building a computer, that will soon be resolved.

While this isn’t the latest and greatest of processors, the i3 should handle modern games relatively well and can last you for at least a couple of years, considering it is already two generations old.

You can get the Intel 10th Gen Core i3 10105F here

Motherboard

Brand and Model: MSI H410M PRO-VH | Price: ₹5,299

Best gaming PC build under ₹30000

Like the processor, the motherboard also plays a rather important role in your build. We’re going with MSI’s H410M PRO-VH. Not only does it support our 10th Gen i3, but it also gives you a lot of room for upgradeability when it comes to graphics, thanks to the PCIe Gen 3 slot that can support up to RTX 30 series cards. You get dual DDR4 memory slots for up to 64GB memory, Intel Gigabit LAN and a ton of IO, including a VGA. HDMI and a DVI-D port. 

You can get the MSI H410M PRO-VH here

Memory

Brand and Model: Crucial CT8G4DFRA32A | Price: ₹2,765

Best gaming PC build under ₹30000

When it comes to RAM, you need to have an absolute minimum of 8GB. Here, the stick we’re going with is an 8GB DDR4 memory module running at 3200Mhz. This is as good as it gets at this price range and should handle your PC rather well. However, it’s always advisable to jump up to 16 whenever you can, so feel free to buy another one of these when you can and throw them in for a dual-channel configuration. 

Here are some alternatives for you:

You can get the Crucial CT8G4DFRA32A RAM here

Storage

Brand and Model: Geonix Black SSD | Price: ₹2,299

Best gaming PC build under ₹30000

Yes, you’re only getting 240GB of storage here, a majority of which would be taken by Windows. However, the performance boost you’ll get from the other components can be impacted if you’re using slow storage. You might not be able to load up many games on here, but you certainly will be able to get better performance. The SSD also comes with a three-year warranty, so you’re covered on that front.

Here are some alternatives for you as well:

You can get the Geonix Black SSD here

Graphics card

Brand and Model: Colorful GeForce GT 1030 | Price: ₹10,400

Best gaming PC build under ₹30000

You get 4GB of dedicated DDR4 VRAM, which might look less on paper, and yes, DDR4 is a slower standard, but the increase in the number of shaders and teraflops means better performance in-game.

However, if you’re bent on getting DDR5, you can opt for this card’s 2GB DDR5 variant. It’s also slightly cheaper at INR 8,949 and will perform better than the 2GB DDR4 variant. Either way, you’ll be picking a good card.

You can get the Colorful GeForce GT 1030 here

Case

Brand and Model: Artis ICE 3.0 | Price: ₹2.599

Best gaming PC build under ₹30000

We’ll be going with the Artis ICE 3.0 case for this build. This is a microATX case with an inbuilt 400W PSU. and an 80mm cooling fan which should take care of any extra heat generated by the upgraded GPU we’re using.

You can get the Artis ICE 3.0 case here

Price breakout

Here’s a breakdown of everything included in this build

CategoryItemPrice
MonitorLG Ultra-Gear₹13,999
KeyboardRedGear Shadow Blade₹2,199
MouseRedGear Thor ELE-G9₹899
SpeakersF&D F203G₹1,699
CPUCPU
ProcessorIntel 10th Gen Core i3 10105F₹7,314
MotherboardMSI H410M PRO-VH₹5,299
RAMCrucial CT8G4DFRA32A₹2,765
StorageGeonix Black SSD₹2,299
Graphics CardColourful GeForce GT 1030₹10,400
Case + PSUArtis ICE 3.0₹2.599
Total Price₹ 49,472

Also read: 7 reasons why PC gaming is better than console gaming


Best Gaming PC under ₹50,000 (without peripherals)

If you don’t have to spend extra to get peripherals, you can save money and get better parts. Here’s our build.

Processor

Brand and Model: Intel 10th Gen Core i3 10105F | Price: ₹7,314

Best gaming PC build under ₹30000

We’ll be using the exact Intel 10th Gen Core i3 10105F as processors above this jump significantly in price and would be out of budget. The 10th gen i3 will still give you plenty of performance with the upgraded GPU.

The processor gives you four cores, eight threads, and a turbo boost clock of up to 4.40GHz. Once again, while this isn’t the latest and greatest when it comes to processors, the i3 should handle modern games relatively well and can last you for at least a couple of years, considering its already two generations old.

You can get the Intel 10th Gen Core i3 10105F here

Motherboard

Brand and Model: MSI H410M PRO-VH | Price: ₹5,299

Best gaming PC build under ₹30000

Like the processor, the motherboard also plays a rather important role in your build. We’re going with MSI’s H410M PRO-VH. Not only does it support our 10th Gen i3, but it also gives you a lot of room for upgradability when it comes to graphics, thanks to the PCIe Gen 3 slot that can support up to RTX 30 series cards. You get dual DDR4 memory slots for up to 64GB memory, Intel Gigabit LAN and a ton of IO, including a VGA. HDMI and a DVI-D port. 

You can get the MSI H410M PRO-VH here

Memory

Brand and Model: Crucial CT8G4DFRA32A | Price: ₹5,530 (₹2,765 x 2)

Best gaming PC build under ₹30000

The RAM module is also getting reused. Since we’re going with an upgraded GPU this time around, the memory will be used to its full extent. We’ll be running two of these in a dual-channel configuration.

Here are some alternatives for you:

You can get the Crucial CT8G4DFRA32A RAM here

Storage

Brand and Model: Geonix Black SSD | Price: ₹2,299

Best gaming PC build under ₹30000

Yes, you’re only getting 240GB of storage here, a majority of which would be taken by Windows. However, the performance boost you’ll get from the other components can be impacted if you’re using slow storage. You might not be able to load up many games on here, but you certainly will be able to get better performance. The SSD also comes with a three-year warranty, so you’re covered on that front as well.

Here are some alternatives for you as well:

You can get the Geonix Black SSD here

Graphics card

Brand and Model: Colourful GeForce GTX 1650 | Price: ₹22,900

Best gaming PC build under INR 50000

Having more money means we can get a more effective GPU. 1650 is the perfect mid-range GPU coming with 4GB GDDR5 VRAM. You get 896 CUDA cores, a 128-bit memory bus, and it uses a PCIe 3.0 slot which means it’s fully compatible with our motherboard.

You can get the Colorful GeForce GTX 1650 here

Case

Brand and Model: MSI MAG FORCE 100R | Price: ₹4,899

Best gaming PC build under INR 50000

This mid-tower case from MSI will fit most motherboards, including the one from this build, just fine. You get two 120mm ARGB fans, a magnetic dust filter and a 120mm rear fan with the case, alongwith some extra I/O. The tempered glass side panel will also give you a sneak peek of what’s inside.

You can get the MSI Mag Force 100R here

Power supply

Brand and Make: Ant Esports VS500L | Price: ₹2,199

Best gaming PC build under INR 50000

This 500W power supply from Ant Esports will easily be able to handle everything you’re going to run inside the system; It’s also a pretty good deal at this price point.

You can get the Ant Esports VS500L here

Price breakout

Here’s a breakdown of everything in this build.

CategoryItemPrice
ProcessorIntel 10th Gen Core i3 10105F₹7,314
MotherboardMSI H410M PRO-VH₹5,299
RAMCrucial CT8G4DFRA32A₹5,530
StorageGeonix Black SSD₹2,299
Graphics CardColourful GeForce GT 1030₹22,900
CaseMSI MAG FORCE 100R₹4,899
PSUAnt Esports VS500L₹2,199
Total Price₹50,440

Also read: How to check which Motherboard you have in Windows 10?

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