3 best gaming PC configuration under Rs 50000 India

Building a 50k ($600 to $700) exceptional performance Gaming RIG in 2016 is the objective we have set for the article. Building a gaming PC for the first time can be a very challenging task and to choose between the processors – whether to Buy an AMD or Intel has been a debate which has existed for decades. Same applies to the graphics cards Nvidia Vs AMD which will give the best value for money.

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  • Secondly should I buy a Nvidia GTX 760 or a GTX 960, will GTX 950 enough to fulfill the need for gaming with high resolution and decent FPS in all gaming titles.
  • How much more do I need to spend if I go ahead with a 960 build? All these questions can be very daunting and make the task even more difficult.
  • Now the 3rd biggest problem is the reviews we find on all the tech sites like tech power up, Toms hardware or from Linus tech tips have one issue in common they consider the US pricing and hence decide whether you should buy a 270X or a GTX 760 based on performance per dollar. Now this can be really inaccurate as pricing in India for Hardware is very different than in US or UK or elsewhere. We need to understand, track Indian pricing of hardware then draw a performance comparison and then recommend the best components which offer Best value for Indian Rupee.

Another big point is to look at the service/distribution network of the component you are buying. Why is this important because if something goes wrong 6 month after purchase you would not be carrying your graphics card 500 km to get it replaced? Also, they will not do it instantaneously.

PC Configuration Basics for beginnersThere are many combinations which you can buy when it comes to PC components. But the best configuration is that which optimizes a PC performance as a whole and give the best possible experience.

For eg. I would not suggest someone to buy a GTX 980 Ti  with a core i -3 processor or 4 GB ram with a core i-7 processor since if we do that we will have a bottleneck component, which will reduce the performance of entire Rig.

So it is essential to have all components maximize performance in relation to each other. So we club a core i7 with a GTX 980 Ti and R9 – 270x with a core i3 for best results and best utilization of our budget.

All the PC gaming Build in the article or on Candytech are based on two principles:

  1. Best Value for Money.
  2. Performance of Gaming PC as whole for multiple tasks.

You may also like to Read More on – Best Gaming PC Build Articles (20K to 100K),  Best Graphics Cards to buy , other PC Hardware.

General Note: PC Gaming is Graphically much more advanced compared to Consoles.

3 best gaming PC configuration under Rs 50000 India

Starting with the 1st Best Gaming PC configuration  from the  3 best gaming PC configuration under Rs 50000 India.

Gaming PC Configuration:   

3 best gaming PC configuration under Rs 50000 India

1). Cabinet – Cooler Master Force 500   

Expected Price – Rs. 3500

Spacious Supports 6 fans can easily house graphics cards up to 12.6 inch, 2 front USB 2 ports and 1 USB 3 port. Good design and stylish.

3 best gaming PC configuration under Rs 50000 India

2). Monitor – Dell E2015HHV

Dell E2015 HV

Price – Rs. 6499   Details –  Dell E2014HV 19.5 inch LED Backlit LCD Monitor Good Monitor offer up to 1600*900 resolution which is great for this PC configuration. With 1080p PC may find it difficult to max out some titles but with 1600*900 resolution the experience will be smooth.

Why I am not suggesting a 1080P monitor is for the simple fact, that higher resolution monitor will need more powerful GPU and CPU to render graphics, and with this build I would strongly recommend this monitor as you will be able to play all current games like Assassin’s Creed Rogue, GTA 5, CS:GO, Fifa 15 , Battlefield 4, Far Cry 4 and even the dreaded Assassin’s Creed Unity at good frame rates.

The monitor comes with the Dell display manager, which offers great customization in terms of setting, brightness, contrast, sharpness and other display options for watching movies, playing games and reading. You can set it up the way you want to reduce strain on eyes.

Memory  – 8 GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 Ram  

Expected Price  Rs. 6050 – Would recommend a 8 GB RAM(buy 2 sticks 2*4GB for dual channel) you could also buy a 4gb stick which will cost you 4k and later upgrade as required. Preferably go with Corsair 8GB one of the best build quality components.

3).Hard Disk – Seagate Barracuda SV-35 1 TB Desktop Internal Hard Drive

Price Rs. 3800

1 Tb hard disk is the minimum you should be buying along with this rig and Seagate is good compared to other manufacturers for replacement and warranty fulfillment. The Seagate barracuda has a spindle speed of 7200 RPM which is better than most 5400 RPM drives, it offers Cache Memory of 64 MB and high-speed data transfer SATA up to 6GB/S.  I have been using it for last two years and there have been no issues.

4).Power Supply    Corsair VS650 650 Watt PSU

Price Rs. 4000

Corsair VS650

To run a 270X which is recommended for this Rig you will need a 600 watt PSU minimum so go ahead with a Corsair 650 so you have no trouble running it, don’t buy a low-quality PSU which will not let your card and processor run on full load and may damage the components also. PSU minimum of 600 Watt is considered good. Also, if you have any distinct plans of running a crossfire on these AMD R9 – 270x you may have to buy a PSU which is 700 watt or more this motherboard though does not support Nvidia Sli. The cost will go up by 4k. For now let’s assume we will be running only 1 card which is sufficient for the current setup.

Corsair 650 watts is a decent power supply for the price, would recommend it with this build, if you wish to spend more and get a better PSU.

You can look for :

  1. Corsair Builder Series CX600 V2 Power Supply
  2. Cooler Master Thunder 600W SMPS

5). Processor -Intel 3.5 GHz LGA 1150 i3 4150 4th Generation Processor 

Expected Price Rs. 7500 – 7800 – I am not an Intel fan or anything but as per all benchmarks and personal use intel runs on low TDP and power consumption and generates less heat along with excellent performance. For this range, you can purchase the core i3 or  AMD 6300 or any other AMD architecture based processor for Gaming. You will not have much performance difference between the two, however, would recommend the Intel processor. You can also upgrade the Intel Haswell processor to a core i5 using the same motherboard we have chosen without incurring any extra expense.

The Intel Processor is clocked at 3.5 Ghz with 3MB Cache, it is based on the Haswell architecture and is manufactured with 22 NM manufacturing process. The processor has support for Intel hyper-threading technology.

OR

Intel Skylake Core I3-6100 6th Gen Processor LGA 1151

The Intel Skylake Core i3 processor was launched in November 2015. The Intel Skylake Core i3 6100 is the 6th generation of Intel processor and will need you to use an  LGA 1151 motherboard essentially. The Intel Skylake processor is based on the much advanced 14 nm manufacturing process which is much more energy efficient and powerful compared to the Core i3 4th Gen or the AMD FX 6300.

Intel--Core-i3-Skylake-Processor

The Intel Skylake processor comes with 3.7 GHz of Core clock and 51 Watts TDP. The processor supports up to 64 GB of Dual Channel DDR4 memory, you can use the DDR3 ram as well depending on the motherboard you are buying.

The Processor has 2 Cores and 4 threads, comes with PCI E 3.0 support for connecting your graphics card. It comes with Intel HD 530 Graphics with 4K Monitor/ Video support.

It is the best processor you can buy for Rs. 10,000 currently. However, the cost for overall Rig will increase as you will also need to spend a little more on the Motherboard and DDR4 Ram.

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314 COMMENTS

  1. hi i am planning to buy a gaming desktop pc for my kids and do not know the configuration but wish to use it at least for 5 years. planning to buy it in Dec 2017

    it will also be used sometimes by me for my own business use (limited)

    and projects

    so kindly recommend or advise a configuration for 50K

  2. Hye, Can you please update suggest me some configurations of 2017 for a gaming machine in 55-60k range?
    Thank You!

  3. Do you have a new set of PC configuration for the year 2017? I am planning to upgrade my PC from Pentium to something higher.

  4. hi,
    can you suggest what watt PSU will be required if i use
    i5 4440
    Gigabyte G1.SNIPER B7 G1 Gaming Motherboard For Intel 6th Gen
    Gigabyte Radeon Rx 480 G1 Gaming 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card

    and the rest as per your 3 rd gaming rig config in this post

    moreover whether this rig will have bottleneck?

  5. I would suggest a zotac GeForce 1050ti mini
    Bcuzz it comes with 4gb graphics and it is compact and it would lower the price to almost 2k less

  6. Hi Kanuj ,

    Could you please advise on below config? I hope all the compatibility factors are addressed and also advise on DDR 4 3400 RAM, is it worth the money. Which brand I should go for DDR 4 ram?

    Mother Board:- ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING – ~15,000/-
    Processor:- “Intel Core i5 6600 3.3 Ghz LGA 1151 6th Gen Intel Processor – ~17500/-
    Graphics Card:- Asus GTX 950 2GB GDDR5 Graphics card 13,500/-
    Ram:- G.SKILL DDR4 8GB 3400MHZ CL16 TRIDENT Z DUAL .. — 5,500/-
    SSD: Samsung 840 Series MZ-7TD120BW 120 GB — 7250/-
    Hard Disk:- WD 1TB Blue Desktop Internal Hard Drive (WD10EZEX) 3000/-
    Cabinet :- Cooler Master K380 CPU Cabinet – 4,799.00/-
    Power Supply:- Corsair VS650 650 Watt PSU — 4500/-
    Monitor:- Dell S2216H 21.5” Monitor with FHD display — 6499/-

    • No point putting too much money on the 3400 MHz i think 3000 Mhz is much cheaper and you should buy it Gskill and Corsair both are my top picks

  7. Can you please advise on the below configuration. Thanks to your blog, it cleared some of my pressing doubts.

    Mother Board:- ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING – ~15,000/-
    Processor:- “Intel Core i5 6600 3.3 Ghz LGA 1151 6th Gen Intel Processor – ~17500/-
    Graphics Card:- Asus GTX 950 2GB GDDR5 Graphics card 13,500/-
    Ram:- G.SKILL DDR4 8GB 3400MHZ CL16 TRIDENT Z DUAL .. — 5,500/-
    SSD: Samsung 840 Series MZ-7TD120BW 120 GB — 7250/-
    Hard Disk:- WD 1TB Blue Desktop Internal Hard Drive (WD10EZEX) 3000/-
    Cabinet :- Cooler Master K380 CPU Cabinet – 4,799.00/-
    Power Supply:- Corsair VS650 650 Watt PSU — 4500/-
    Monitor:- Dell S2216H 21.5” Monitor with FHD display — 6499/-

    • Dont buy the GTX 950 at this stage wait for the GTX 1050 Ti or the GTX 1050 , also you can buy a H170 motherboard if you are not going to Overclock the processor as you and buying non K series 6600 processor. that will save u money to buy even a GTX 1060

  8. Hey guys can you suggest me good optical drive which can suit for the above list which costs 50,103? Will the above list be affected by any internal optical drive?

  9. ok…can you pls revert on below configuration.

    Cabinet Cooler Master K380 CPU Cabinet
    Ram Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR4 x2(SDL374015918)
    Hard Disk WD 1TB Blue Desktop Internal Hard Drive (WD10EZEX)
    Power Supply Corsair TX650 650W or Seasonic S12 620 Watt PSU
    Processor “Intel Core i5 6600 3.3 Ghz LGA 1151 6th Gen Intel Processor
    Graphics Card ASUS GTX 1060
    Monitor BenQ XL2411Z 60.96 cm (24 inch) 144Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor NVIDIA 3D Vision Supported seamless FPS RTS MOBA Game eSport
    Mother Board ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING

    Regards,

    Pankaj

    • seriously dont waste money on that 25K monitor the 3D glasses dont work properly if that is what they are giving.

      buy a normal monitor like this one Dell S2216H 21.5” Monitor with FHD display . can buy any cooler like a cooler master hyper 103

  10. Hey Guys,

    Pls let me know how is this configuration for my gaming pc… i want 3d monitor also pls suggest.

    Cabinet :- Cooler Master K380 CPU Cabinet
    Ram:- Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3x2(CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10)
    Hard Disk:- WD 1TB Blue Desktop Internal Hard Drive (WD10EZEX)
    Power Supply:- Corsair VS650 650 Watt PSU
    Processor:- “Intel Core i5 6600 3.3 Ghz LGA 1151 6th Gen Intel Processor
    Graphics Card:- ASUS GTX 1060
    Monitor:- Dell E2014H 19.5 inch LED Backlit LCD Monitor
    Mother Board:- ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING

    • Looks fine can buy it you will need a processor cooler and DDR3 ram wont work with this get 3000 MHz DDR4 RAM can search candytech for RAM reviews and more info and Dell E2014H 19.5 is not a 3D monitor it is a normal monitor – 3D monitors are useless for most part and very expensive

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