gaming desktop under 50000

In the earlier posts, we have suggested you the best gaming laptops within your budget.

Now it’s the turn for making a Best Gaming PC Build under 50000 INR.

So the build is as follows:

Circle CC819 Professional Gaming Cabinet

A relatively quiet and good-looking chassis with a matte black finish, the Corsair CC 819 is ideal for people on a budget. It has a glass side so that you can add LED lights inside and give it a transparent look, something which is very popular among gamers.

Corsair VS450 450 Watt Power Supply

This is again a relatively cheap but an efficient power supply. If you’re looking for a good power supply that won’t break the bank, then the Corsair VS450 is the way to go. There are many power supplies that we could’ve opted for, but this one solved the purpose and didn’t let the price of th overall build go above our budget.

MSI H110M Pro-VH Plus Motherboard

Supports 6th Gen Intel® CoreTM / Pentium® / Celeron® processors for LGA 1151 socket Supports DDR4-2133 Memory DDR4 Boost: Give your DDR4 memory a performance boost USB 3.1 Gen1 + SATA 6Gb/s VGA Armor: Reinforced Armor slot Click BIOS: Secure and Reliable UEFI BIOS solution Audio Boost: Reward your ears with studio grade sound quality Military Class 4: Top Quality & Stability Guard-Pro: Improved Protection and Power Efficiency EZ Debug LED: Easiest way to troubleshoot Overvoltage Protection:Prevent Unforeseen Damage Intel® SBB Support: Improves Productivity, Management and Security WHQL CERTIFIED.WINDOWS 10 READY.

8GB DDR4 HyperX Fury RAM

This RAM is a DDR4 2400 RAM. HyperX Fury DDR4’s lower power requirements result in less heat and higher reliability and the low 1.2 volts draws less power from the system which results in a cooler and quieter PC.

WD Blue 1TB Internal Hard Drive

In our build, we have decided to use the WD Blue 1TB Internal which will slow the bootup speed but, we chose this instead of an SSD to keep the price of the PC at a bare minimum.

WD Green 120GB SSD

We have also added a 120 GB SSD for fast bootup times and smooth gaming. This will make the machine more reliable and will keeps the desktop run smoothly.

Intel Core i5 7400 – LGA 1151 Processor

Now, since this is a budget PC build, we decided to go for the Intel Core i5 7400 – LGA 1151 processor instead of the i5 8th generation as it would’ve skyrocketed the total price of our build. This build had a strict budget and we had to work around it.

Zotac GTX 1050 Ti OC Graphics

Like our CPU choice, we are going with best performance and value for money Graphics card the Zotac Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti OC. The 1050 Ti has 768 CUDA cores and comes with 4GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 7 GHz, Base engine clock at 1392 MHz with 1506 MHz Boost. GTX 1050 Ti is the high-end entry-level GPU great for 1080p gaming at high to Max settings.

Build Summary

We are going with the Intel Core i5 7400 as the CPU choice of our build, it is part of the latest 7th generation of Kaby Lake processor’s from Intel. The i5 7400 has 4 cores plus 4 threads and is clocked at 3.0 GHz base with max Turbo speed of 3.5 GHz. Other important features of i5-7400 include 6MB Smart cache, 64GB max memory capacity, 65 watts low power consumption. It sits in the sweet spot for gaming where it offers good performance and value for money. Games like Battlefield 1, Dota 2, Witcher 3 will run smoothly at high settings in 1080p when matched with a good graphics card. If you are a fan of AMD Ryzen and want to go with Ryzen series processor that’s fine  (just get an AM4 motherboard :P!) Ryzen 5 1400 and 1500X are good options.

Like our CPU choice, we are going with best performance and value for money Graphics card the Zotac Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti OC. The 1050 Ti has 768 CUDA cores and comes with 4GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 7 GHz, Base engine clock at 1392 MHz with 1506 MHz Boost. GTX 1050 Ti is the high-end entry-level GPU great for 1080p gaming at high to Max settings.

For memory, we have selected the HyperX Fury 8 GB DDR4 RAM, 8 GB is all you need to play all modern games and run video & photo editing tools like Photoshop Premier etc. A 1 TB Hard drive is sufficient for a gaming PC but if you want to add more storage go for the WD Blue 2 TB Internal Hard Drive. We have also added a 120 GB SSD for fast bootup times and smooth gaming. Add the Corsair VS 450 power supply and pack it all in the beautiful Circle CC 819 Gaming cabinet and we are ready to roll.

Your questions and suggestions are welcome in the comments.

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