Are you planning on building your own gaming PC? And wondering what components should be in your latest Gaming rig, then you are at the right place. Choosing the components of a gaming PC can be a pretty daunting task. As the sheer amount of components is very large. For each component of the desktop PC, there are lots of choices. Some are good some are not, and at the same the time we also need to keep the price of the build near about 50k.
So in this blog, I will help you in building your next gaming rig. The build we are aiming for should be balanced one. Such as we must be careful to not over-spend on some particular component. That way the other components will bottleneck the overall performance of the system.
So, let’s look at our gaming PC build under 50000.
Processor:- Intel i3 9100F
Price: 8875 Rs Check Prices from here
For CPU we will choose i3 9100F from team blue. It is a 9th gen Intel CPU with 4 cores and 4 threads. The base frequency of 3.60 GHz and max turbo boost at 4.20 GHz. It is a fairly capable CPU given the price.
From the above link, you can see Intel i3 9100F performs better than the Ryzen 3 3100 in games because of its high clock speed. And it’s also priced far less than compared to Ryzen 3 3100. For the first-person shooters like CS:GO and Overwatch the performance it offers is excellent.
Price: 16,650 Rs Check Prices from here
The GPU is the most important component for a gaming PC build. As the performance of the games relies heavily on the graphics card used. For this build I wanted to use a 1650 graphics card. But the price right now is very high and there isn’t even much choice available on amazon right now. And GTX 1050 Ti isn’t a bad GPU. Though you have a headroom to go higher than this. Intel i3 9100F won’t even bottleneck 1660 super.
And you can always replace the GPU with a better one at a later point of time. So for now if you are on a tight budget you can choose to go with a 1050 Ti for this build. But if your budget allows do go with a better GPU. It will significantly boost your system’s performance. And try to find the components in your local market. Sometimes the components that are not available on amazon are available in local market.
Motherboard:- Gigabyte H410 H Ultra Durable
Price: 6,300 Rs Check Prices from here
For motherboard we are going with H410 series motherboard by Gigabyte. For our budget this is the best choice as it offers all the features for our budget. For a gaming PC of around 50k budget we can’t spend much on motherboard as it will make us take away from other things.
Though if you wish to you can go for a B460 series motherboard. It will offer some extra features like extra USB ports, extra supported RAM. And more SATA 6 ports. But for gaming this H410 chip is enough. And as Intel has already confirmed that the next generation of Intel CPU’s won’t work with H410 and B460 boards. So in terms of upgrades we are only looking for upgrading RAM size and storage.
RAM:- Corsair Vengeance 8GB
Price: 4,102 Rs Check Prices from here
8GB of RAM is sufficient for most of the AAA titles today. But, in case you need more you can always increase it to 16GB by adding another 8GB stick. The motherboard we are using provides an additional slot for RAM. The RAM we are using is also clocked at 3200Mhz. It’s better to buy a higher clocked RAM as it also boosts the performance. And the difference between the prices of a 3000Mhz and 3200Mhz RAM wasn’t much.
Case:- Corsair Carbide Series 100R
Price: 3,000 Rs Check Prices from here
The case we are choosing for this build is by Corsair. It is a semi modular case. It can support a full ATX motherboard. It has 2 USB 3.0 ports in the front I.O. To open this case you won’t need a screwdriver. It can be easily opened just by using your hands. And it has a lots of room within it. You can easily install upto 4 Hard disk drives or upto 5 SSDs.
Cable management is also easy in this case. And it also provides a side view window from where you can look at the components, you have used to build the system.
SSD:- WD 120 GB SSD
Price: 2,490 Rs Check Prices from here
SSD can give a significant boost to performing any system. So it is a must to use a SSD in your latest gaming PC build. The SSD we are going to use in this build will be WD green 120GB SSD. It offers the speed of 540 MB/s for reading and 420MB/s for writing.
The SSD will primarily house your OS along with the games that you usually play. For the rest of the content we are also going to use an additional HDD to make up for the space.
Price: 3,400 Rs Check Prices from here
HDD for this PC is also by WD. We are using WD blue 1TB HDD. It has a sequential r/w speed of 150Mb/s. Though we already using an SSD. But a SSD can’t replace a hard disk drive. It offers more storage for the same amount of money spent as on and SSD.
Power Supply:- Ant Esports VS 500L
Price: 2,000 Rs Check Prices from here
Having a decent power supply is also essential for a gaming PC. For that, we are using Ant Esports VS500L. It is a 500W power supply. It is enough for the components we are using right now and it also gives you a little headroom to upgrade the components further.
You may choose to go with a different power supply though that may cost you more. But don’t go for less than 500W power supply. A good power supply can easily last you years.
Monitor:- Acer K222HQL 21.5 inch
Price: 7,500 Rs Check Prices from here
This monitor has very slim bezels compared to other similar-priced monitors. It has a 5ms response time with a refresh rate of 60fps. Build quality of this monitor also good. And it perfectly fits our budget.
The only thing that bothered with me is that it doesn’t come with a HDMI port.
The prices of all these components might slighty differs from what we have mentioned or might not being available from amazon. if you find any error please comment down, we will edit it as soon as possible.