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Best Gaming PC configuration under Rs 80000 Ryzen Build

Recently I've been getting a lot of request for a new gaming PC configuration since I've not been able to post any mainly due to reviews and laziness, mainly because of the latter! So complain no more as today I'm putting up a configuration that to meet all your gaming demands with no problem whatsoever. Its not a very cheap build I'd say but this is the best you can get for the money you'll be spending as of today.
Before compiling this configuration I've kept a few key points in mind which I would like to enlist first -
  • The build should be future proof and should last the user for over a year or two without any upgrade.
  • Upgrade should be easy and economical with minimum change of components.
  • It should be balanced over all with all the components in sync & at par without overpowering or under-powering others.
Quite basic points but worth mentioning for easy understanding of what I'm about to write down next.

CPU - AMD RYZEN 5 1600 Rs.16,529

 
Coming in with a 3.2Ghz base clock and 3.7Ghz boost this is the perfect choice for a gaming CPU in this price range as it also comes with a wrath spire cooler bundled in the package saving you some precious bucks and delivering RGB LED at the same time, if you like RGB at all. Best part its overclockable and beats the competition hands down.
If you want to buy anything more powerful then the R5 1600X is the next option but with minor gains in gaming plus the added cost of an after market cooler I won't personally advice you to go for that. 

Motherboard - ASUS PRIME B350-PLUS Rs.8,125

 
Going for a B350 motherboard over the more expensive X370 for a gaming build is the smarter choice since the latter only offers you a few more USB 3.0 ports and dual graphics card support over the former. Both of which don't really matter since raw performance is unaffected.
Asus Prime B350 Plus is a better choice due to four DIMM slots that give you flexibility in future upgrades and has 6 SATA ports and one M.2 port to complete the package.

RAM - G.skill Ripjaws V 16GB (8GBx2) 2400 Mhz Rs.9,380

 
For gaming 2400Mhz is what has been the sweet spot in terms of frequency while 16GB of memory is what you should be looking at since games are becoming more and more memory intensive. G.Skill Ripjaws V has shown great compatibility with Ryzen CPUs so you'll not face any compatibility issues whatsoever.

Graphics Card - MSI RX 580 GAMING X 8GB Rs.23,820

Some might argue but this is the best pick for a graphics card in this price range. With 8GB GDDR5 VRAM, 256 bit interface and 1393Mhz on the clock out of the box the MSI RX 580 Gaming X is more than enough to chew any game at 1080p. Considering the history of its predecessor the RX 480, with new drivers rolling out everyday this offering is bound to get better with time.

HDD - Toshiba 2TB 7200RPM Rs.5,400

 
When we talk about gaming we need to have a HDD with 7200 RPM for fast load time and less frustration. Toshiba 2TB HDD offers unmatched reliability and endurance for its price point and stays strong even under high temperatures and loads, its a no brainer if you pick this up. I recommend the 2TB 7200RPM version simply due to the ever growing size of game setups and multimedia files, you can opt for the 1TB variant if you feel its enough for you.

SSD - Kingston A400 120GB Rs.3,723

 
Our recent reviews have shows that the Kingston A400 is the new king of the hill when it comes to budget drives displaying over 500MB/s of read and write speeds. It looks great and is priced apt so if you want a budget SSD for your system to boot fast and your games to load quicker than ever then you'd ought to look at the Kingston A400.
I recommend a 120GB to save cost and also as our motive is just to load Windows with some vital softwares and games for which its good enough.

PSU - Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 600W Rs.4,389

 
Its the latest offering from Cooler Master and is claimed to offer 85% efficiency to cut down on your electricity bills! Since it has a 120mm smart fan so heating or noise shouldn't be an issue even in hot temperatures. Also it has two PCIe 6+2 connectors so if you plan to go for a graphics card in future that requires two 6-pin or one 6-pin and one 8-pin connection then the MasterWatt Lite would hold up just fine saving you an immediate PSU upgrade.
I pick the 600W as its price difference over the 500W variant is nominal but offers ample room for future upgrades.

Case - Corsair Carbide SPEC-ALPHA Rs.5,499

or

Cooler Master MasterBox 5 Rs.6,279

After giving it much thought I decided to mention both of these since they both offer identical features internally while from outer aesthetics the MasterBox 5 is a more elegant chassis with bold and clean cuts while the SPEC Alpha on the other hand is more edgy and funky. So choose the one that suits your style the most.
Both these cases support liquid cooling upto 240mm and even big air coolers if you are into using one, though with the present configuration you don't need either one of them but in case you upgrade in the future the case would easily accommodate your new fits.

All of this above would cost you roughly around Rs 80,000 with monitors and other peripheral extra.
Do drop in your feedback about this configuration and also if you've got anything else to add to this then feel free to write that down aswell.

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31 comments:

  1. Sir which msi motherboard is best

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    1. I either recommend the MSI X370 XPower Gaming Titanium or the MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon motherboards.
      Both are really good in their own rights.

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  2. Sir my friend cpu configuration is intel i3 3210
    Digilite dl_h61m_ps3. Motherboard
    4gb DDR3 ram
    500gb Seagate hdd
    Gpu gigabyte nvidia GeForce gt 710 2048mb DDR3. LG dvd writer. My question is can he play battlefield 1 and 4. With this configuration ?

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    1. Hello,
      He might be and its still distant possibility that he can run Battlefield 4 on this system but running Battlefield 1 is impossible since the game needs more of everything that this system has to offer.

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  3. please suggest best configuration under Rs 25K...want performance!

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    1. Hello,
      In 20K you can get the following -

      CPU: Intel Core i3-6100 3.70 Rs 8900
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H110M-DS2 Rs 4200
      RAM: Corsair 4GB DDR4 2133MHz Rs 2400
      Graphics Card - Zotac GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 Rs 5800
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      This configuration is a bit over your budget but worth every extra penny spent. If you still need it strictly for 20K then let me know I'll swap some components for you.

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  4. Can i put DVD writer in Corsair Carbide SPEC-ALPHA

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    1. Hello,
      No you can't the SPEC-Alpha doesn't support a 5.25" drive so no optical drive can be installed in that.

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    2. Sir then how to install bios & Microsoft Windows 10 OS.

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    3. You can use a Windows 10 Bootbale USB drive and simple install it via the USB ports.

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  5. I have max budget of 50k including monitor
    Can anyone suggest best spec for pc i if possible tell about ryzen

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    1. Hello,
      For a budget of 50K you can easily get the following including monitor -

      Processor: AMD RYZEN 5 1500X 3.6 GHz Rs. 14400
      Motherboard: ASUS PRIME B350M-K Rs. 6000
      RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws V 8GB 2400Mhz (2 x 4GB) DDR4 Rs. 6500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs. 3500
      Graphics card: Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 560 4GB GDDR5 Rs 9000
      PSU: Antec VP500PC 500W Rs. 2900
      Case: Cooler Master K380 Mid Tower Rs. 3000
      Monitor: LG 22M37D 21.5' HD LED Monitor Rs. 6900

      This will serve your purpose well and won't pose any compatibility issues.

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  6. Thank you for the configuration list.. I've been trying to build for a budget if 80k for quite some time now.. Can you please recommend a good monitor for this build.. And would it be possible to add rgb strips for this?

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    1. Hello,
      Glad that I you found my article helpful.
      For this configuration on a budget the best monitor would be the ViewSonic VX2457-MHD 24' Gaming Monitor since it has FreeSync and just 2ms of response timing costing at just around Rs 12,500 which is best in class.
      Yes you can use any RGB strip with this configuration and can also opt for the Asus ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING Motherboard if you like at around 3K extra as it comes with a lot better features and a dedicated LED strip controlling port on-board for a richer experience.

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  7. Sir can I play battle field 4 my cpu config is i3210,

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    1. Hello,
      You mean the i3 2100 I guess, well yes you can but make sure you have a good graphics card and enough RAM to run that game. Moreover low settings is what I recommend as that CPU would cause a bottleneck on high settings and resolutions even if the graphics card is powerful enough.

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    2. I have gegebite 710 G-Force. 4 GB ram dose it work

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    3. Yes you can run Battlefield 4 on the GT 710 at low settings and at around 1366x768 or lower resolutions for a playable frame rate.

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    4. I3 3210 intel

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    5. Still the same results as its a dual core processor and not a quad core so you can run the game at low settings at around 1366x768 screen resolution or lower than that

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  8. Hello, My budget is actually 85k for PC, I will be using my pc for gaming and very less video editing like 2 times a month, my whole budget is 1 lakh, but for pc it is only 85k so should I go with Intel or Ryzen, can you pls Tell me all the parts best under 85k, don't think about monitor and all I will manage that just tell me about the pc

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    1. Hello,
      85K is a very good budget for a gaming PC and I'd recommend that you go for Ryzen 7 build in this budget over an Intel platform.
      The configuration for this budget would be as follows -
      CPU - AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Rs.24,000
      Motherboard - Asus B350 F Gaming Rs.10,000
      RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (8GBx2) 2400 Mhz Rs.9,600
      Graphics Card - MSI RX 580 GAMING X 8GB Rs.23,820
      HDD - Toshiba 2TB Rs.5,300
      SSD - Kingston A400 120GB Rs.3,723
      PSU - Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 600W Rs.4,389
      Cooler Master MasterBox 5 Rs.6,279

      This configuration is good for gaming and excellent for video editing or any other productive work. The problem that you'll face is with the graphics card since availability of the GTX 1070. GTX 1060 6GB, RX 470/570 and RX 480/580 is almost negligible. If you can find the RX 580 or the GTX 1070 then it'll be best for this build or else get a GTX 1050Ti for the time being and wait for the prices and availability of higher cards to get stable. Rest everything is set and more than enough for your needs.

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  9. Hi Vishvesh ,

    Kindly suggest whether it is better to go for ryzen 3 or intel core i3 7100

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    1. Always Intel is better than AMD as intel has better drivers, compatibility with OS and less bugs compared to AMD, also Ryzen is new product and still has unresolved issues compared to intel which virtually bug proof.

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    2. Hello,
      The Ryzen 3 is hands down winner over here and there is absolutely no point in getting an i3 7100 now, if at all you want to buy Intel then buy the Pentium G4560 instead which is the same thing offering same performance at a much cheaper price. The Ryzen 3 is way better in gaming or any other area that you might want to use your processor in.
      Also as someone here is saying that Ryzen is buggy in comparison to Intel then let me shed some light by virtue of what I've tested myself and also that I'm a Ryzen 7 1700 owner that the only area where Intel CPUs are excelling ahead of Ryzen is higher Memory frequency. I can run 3466Mhz to 3600Mhz easily with Ryzen but nothing above that which is possible on Intel ofcourse other than that there are no 'bugs' whatsoever. Drivers and OS support are upto the mark no doubt both for Windows and Linux. So if you want to go crazy with memory frequencies such as 3600Mhz+ right now then go for Intel otherwise Ryzen is the pick, also new BIOS updates are bringing higher frequency support to Ryzen almost every day so that's an issue that I expect to get solved within a few months for sure.

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  10. Sir suggest me best gaming configurations with amd ryzen 3 1300x under Rs. 30000. I have already monitor
    Mouse or keyboard

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    1. Hello,
      For this budget the following configuration would do just fine -
      CPU - AMD Ryzen 3 1300X Rs. 10,000
      Motherboard - Asus Prime-A320M-K Rs. 5100
      RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 2400Mhz Rs. 5000
      HDD - Western Digital Blue 1TB Rs. 3500
      Graphics Card - SAPPHIRE RADEON RX 550 2GB GDDR5 Rs. 8000
      Case and PSU combo - Mercury Graf Black-Red ATX Cabinet with PSU Rs.1400

      This is a bit over your budget but every buck is worth it. Anything lower than this would be meaningless for gaming purposes so try to spend that little extra for a build that meets your requirement.

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  11. Can u give me details for having a good pc under 80k without bottlenecking the graphic card..(I need nvidia gtx series in graphic card)

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    1. Hello,
      I suppose you are looking for a gaming PC configuration here so for 80K the below should suffice all your needs -
      CPU - AMD RYZEN 7 1700 Rs 24000
      Motherboard - ASUS ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING 9900
      RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 DRAM 2400MHz 12000
      Graphics Card - Zotac GTX 1060 6GB AMP Edition Rs 24999
      HDD - Western Digital Blue 1TB Rs 3500
      Case - COOLER MASTER MASTERBOX LITE 5 Rs 5000
      PSU - Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 500W Rs 3500

      This would cost you around 80K and the processor will not bottleneck your graphics card even if you go for anything higher than the GTX 1060. If you can increase you budget a by around 10K then you can get the Zotac GTX 1070 AMD Extreme Edition graphics card along with the AMD Ryzen 5 1600 processor as that is again a very good combination and since the card is more powerful your gaming performance would eventually be better.

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  12. Hi,
    Can you give me a GOOD build Around 80k .... With best performance, AND A CASE WHICH SUPPORTS OPTICAL DRIVER

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    1. Hello,
      Well for 80K you can easily get the following configuration -

      CPU - AMD RYZEN 7 1700 Rs 24000
      Motherboard - ASUS ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING 9900
      RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 DRAM 2400MHz 12000
      Graphics Card - Zotac GTX 1060 6GB AMP Edition Rs 24999
      HDD - Western Digital Blue 1TB Rs 3500
      Case - Antec GX909 Rs 5000
      PSU - Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 500W Rs 3500

      The case is latest and has good cooling as well as optical drive support. Also a suggestion, if you can increase you budget a by around 10K then you can get the Zotac GTX 1070 AMD Extreme Edition graphics card along with the AMD Ryzen 5 1600 processor as that is again a very good combination and since the card is more powerful your gaming performance would eventually be better.

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