Gaming is now becoming a career and to be a gamer you are required to have good enough hardware to play at the peak of your skills. Competitive games like CS: GO, Valorant, etc. requires great hardware to run as these are FPS-based games and if your system is not able to provide enough FPS in good quality then you may not be able to play professionally.
To play any type of game, good hardware is required and the 60,000 budget is a sweet spot as you can get all the decent hardware in this budget. You won’t have to compromise with the FPS and picture quality anymore.
So today, we are going to build the best PC under Rs. 60,000. This build can be used for FPS Gaming, streaming, editing videos, and you can do a lot more other stuff easily on this build.
Best PC Build Under Rs. 60,000: The Components
Intel Core i5 9400F 9th Generation
- Price: 11,900
Intel Core i5 9400F 9the gen desktop processor has 6 cores and 6 threads and it has a base frequency of 2.9 GHz you can boost it up to 4.1 GHz which is good enough to play all games and perform any kind of heavy task. This processor comes with a cache memory of 9 MB and this processor requires a separate GPU to display. This processor outperforms when it comes to video editing as it has 6 cores and 6 threads and also has an integrated GPU.
If you are looking for the best gaming PC under 50,000 then you can have a look at other options, as then we would suggest you go with i5 9600K and GTX 1660 for high-end gaming or you can also go with i5 9400F and RTX 2060, it depends upon you.
Gigabyte B365M DS3H With Wi-Fi
- Price: 7,500
When it comes to the motherboard then here we have the GIGABYTE B365M DS3H with WiFi that supports 9th and 8th gen Intel core i9, i7, and i5 processors. This motherboard has 4 DDR4 RAM slots and supports up to 64GB of RAM. It comes with wifi built-in and Bluetooth v4.2. It also has an NVME M.2 SSD slot. When it comes to connectivity then it has one USB 3.1 port and 2 USB 2.0 ports. This is an affordable option under 7500 moreover you can also look for other good options.
ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D40 16GB DDR4 (3200MHz)
- Price: 5,500
The ADATA XPG Spectrix D40 16GB DDR4 3200 MHz is one of the best RAM that is available for 5.5k and we used this RAM in our previous build as well. It looks great and stylish and has great speed and performance. It has an armored-inspired heatsink preinstalled on it and also has RGB LED strips on top of it. The RGB LEDs can be controlled through the software as well. We would suggest you add one more stick of 16 GB but if you can’t extend the budget that is okay as you will not face any issues with 16 GB of ram in this build.
Crucial MX500 500GB
- Price: 5,400
We are going to use a SATA SSD in this build however, if you can exceed the budget then we would suggest you go with an NVME SSD. A 500 GB M.2 NVME SSD would be a great option that you can improve in this build if you want a blazing-fast speed. But we have chosen the Crucial MX500 500 GB so you don’t get left behind others. Alternatively, you will also have to add an HDD of 7200 RPM if you want to store games on your PC. As if you don’t buy an HDD then you will face storage issues.
GALAX GeForce RTX 2060 6GB
- Price: 23,600
The Galax Geforce RTX 2060 is a great GDDR6 dual-fan graphics card under Rs. 25,000. This is the best GPU we could find for 1080p or 1440p gaming. It has 1920 CUDA cores. The memory speed of this GPU is around 14 GB/s which is quite fast and it comes with dual 90mm fans. It has 1 display, 1 HDMI, and 1 DVI-D port. It is a perfect card for gaming under this budget as it can easily handle most of the modern AAA titles on high or ultra settings.
Circle 550W 80 Plus Bronze Certified
- Price: 4,400
PSU is what most of the users don’t care about and use a bad PSU due to which they face issues later. So we are going to use a good power supply unit in this build. We have chosen the Circle 550W 80 Plus Bronze Certifies PSU for this build. It is 85% power efficient and had 1 motherboard connector along with 5 SATA, 4 peripherals, and 1 floppy connector. This PSU would be good enough for this build.
ANTEC DF500 RGB Gaming Mid-Tower
- Price: 4,000
Antec DF500 RGB Gaming Mid-Tower cabinet is one of my favorites in this budget and if you want greater looks and stylish design then you can also look for the best Cabinet under 5,000. But this case would be good enough according to me. This cabinet supports ATX, micro-ATX, and ITX motherboards and it comes with a 4mm tempered glass on the left.
It also has 3 RGB fans at the front and you can add 3 more fans into it. You can add 120 mm 3 fans, or 2 140mm fans in the front. You are already getting 3 RGB fans in the front, so our recommendation would be to add 4 more fans if you can otherwise you can also add one or 2 more fans, that will also work. You can add 4 2.5″ SSD or HDDs or 2 3.5″ HDDs.
Total Price of the components: Rs. 62,300.
So this would be an ideal gaming PC for those who have a budget of around 60,000. Remember that, it is always good to extend the budget when it comes to building a PC, and you can always add more to it.
Good peripherals would also be required for this build. You can buy a good 75-90 Hz Gaming monitor, along with a gaming keyboard and mouse combo. A good monitor will do justice to this build. And if you are an FPS gamer then a good enough mouse is what I recommend. Otherwise, the gaming keyboard and mouse combo will get the job done.
So this was all about Best PC Build Under Rs. 60,000. Hopefully, you will like our approach.