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Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 50,000 In India- 2019

If you are planning to build a gaming pc and are restricted to a budget of Rs. 50,000, then this PC build guide will help you build the best gaming PC under 50000 rupees. This machine will obviously perform a lot better than the Rs. 30,000 Gaming PC Build and Rs. 40,000 Gaming PC Build.
This machine can handle games like Fortnite, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of legends, Fortnite and DOTA 2 in 1080p without any hiccups. Also, AAA titles like GTA 5, PUBG, Assassin’s Creed, DOOM should be able to hit 60 FPS easily. The primary focus of this build is to extract as much gaming performance as possible for your money, without focusing on any fancy features that you probably will never use.
All the components that you will need to assemble the best gaming PC under 50000 rupees in India are listed below along with Amazon buy links, so that you can get them delivered to your doorstep without any fuss. Also, not everyone has a PC component shop near their houses.
For comparison, I have included average price of all the components from Nehru Place, New Delhi in the end. Nehru Place is the largest wholesale and retail IT market in India. Almost all the components are Amazon fulfilled which means if any of components is faulty you can easily replace them within 10 days. There are various sellers on Amazon, so make sure to compare the prices of a specific component among different sellers before buying them.
Read the conclusion part to get a better idea of this build and some tips if you willing to spend a bit extra. So make sure you read this build guide until the end.

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1.) CPU- INTEL i3 8100

best gaming pc under 50000

Until last year CPU market was dominated by Intel, then AMD launched its Ryzen lineup of CPUs. They were an instant hit and forced Intel to step up its game. Then Intel launched its Coffe Lake line up of CPUs. These coffee lake chips have huge performance improvement over the last gen CPUs. Up till now i3 CPUs only had 2 cores with hyperthreading but now they are true quad-core chips. So theoretically, you are getting a last gen i5 for the price of an i3. It comes with a base clock of 3.6GHzi3 8100 performs quite better than the AMD Ryzen 3 1200. But i3 8100 is locked i.e. it cannot be overclocked. Even after overclocking Ryzen 3 1200 it struggles to match the single core performance of Intel i3 8100. So yes by spending more you are also getting that slight bump in performance. You can read our PC build guide with Ryzen 3 1200 here.


2.) Motherboard- MSI B360M PRO-VD

Motherboards with H310 chipset are the cheapest option for Coffee Lake CPUs, but we will go for motherboards with slightly more expensive B360 chipset. Reason for not choosing H310
is because it doesn’t support PCI-E 3.0, only the slower PCI-E 2.0. Also, H310 has fewer USB and SATA ports.
MSI Pro-VD is a great budget choice it comes with all the basic features that you’ll ever need. You can buy any B360 motherboard from any reputable brands like Asus, Gigabyte, MSI or Asrock depending on pricing and availability. All these motherboards have an almost similar specification and in no effect the performance of your PC. All of them have 2 RAM slots. Slightly expensive ones will have 4 RAM slots.
You’ll get all the necessary features you’ll ever need.


3.) RAM- Crucial 8GB DDR4 2400MHz

RAM prices have reduced over the past year. We really cannot cheap out on RAM as using less than 8GB memory is not at all a good idea for gaming, as it will result in micro stuttering.
Crucial 8GB DDR4 memory stick is a great value for money option. Clocked at 2400Mhz, it is sufficient for handling even AAA titles out there. If you want more aesthetically pleasing RAM stick then you can also buy any DDR4 memory sticks from Kingston, Corsair, ADATA of G.Skill depending on pricing and availability.


4.) GPU- NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB

GPU prices have touched new heights thanks to it’s increasing demand for cryptocurrency mining. But now prices have slowly started to come down. GPU is the most important component in a gaming rig. NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB is a great mid-level NVIDIA graphic card based on 10th generation Pascal architecture. Paired with i3 8100, it can demolish most games in 1080p gaming on high setting at 60 FPS. You can buy any 1060 3GB model from brands like MSI, ZOTAC, ASUS, GIGABYTE, GALAX, INNO or PALIT. Try to buy a GPU with two fans because they have better heat dissipation and makes less noise. All of them will perform almost similar, the only difference being out of the box clock speeds.  You can manually overclock them.



1TB is the bare minimum that you will need to store all your game library. There is nothing much to say about this HDD. Seagate has built a solid reputation for themselves in the reliability department. Being an Amazon Bestsellers you can’t go wrong with this HDD. You can also buy WD Blue 1TB HDD. It should be a no-brainer, just buy whichever one is cheaper.



Buying an SSD is totally optional but solid state drives can totally change your PC experience with faster boot time and faster game load time. But they are really expensive compared to a hard disk drive. Over the past year, SSD prices have really come down. So using both an SSD and a hard disk drive will give you the best of both worlds. Since you are spending around Rs. 50,000 I highly recommend you get a solid-state drive. Install your OS, frequently used games and software on SSD and rest everything on HDD. But keep in mind installing games on an SSD will not increase its gaming performance in any way it will only decrease loading time by a great margin



A power supply unit powers all the components in your system. If anything goes wrong with your PSU, it can seriously damage your entire rig. So cheapening out on the power supply is really a bad idea.  A 500W power supply is more than sufficient to power all the components in this rig.
The CoolerMaster 500 MASTERWATT LITE is a great and reliable choice if you’re building a gaming system with lower power demands also it is backed by a five-year warranty.



CPU Cabinet in no way helps in gaming performance as long as it has better airflow, so it all comes down to personal preference. Choose any cabinet from brands like Cooler Master, Circle, Deepcool, Corsair or Thermaltake. Corsaire carbide spec 01 is a really great budget choice.


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Conclusion- Best Gaming PC Under 50000 Rupees

ComponentModel NameAmazon PriceNehru Place PriceAmazon Buy Link
CPUi3 8100 Rs.10,210Rs. 9,500
MotherboardMSI B360M PRO-VD Rs. 6,956 Rs.7,200
RAMCrucial 8GB DDR4 Rs. 4,100Rs. 3,600
GPUNVIDIA GTX 1060 3GBRs. 18,750Rs. 17,500
HDDSeagate 1TBRs. 3,450 Rs. 3,200 
PSUCooler Master 500W Rs. 3,680 Rs. 3,400
CabinetCorsair Carbide Spec-01 Rs. 2,994 Rs. 3,000
TOTAL  Rs. 50,140Rs. 47,400 

At the time of writing this build guide, the above components are a great choice for building the best gaming pc build under 50000 Rupees in India. All the prices mentioned above may slightly vary from time to time.  Also on amazon prices vary among various seller, so make sure to check them too before making the final purchase. The price difference between Amazon and Nehru place is around Rs.2,000. This difference can vary. According to me, this price difference is justified considering the fact that Amazon can deliver your products almost anywhere and provides 10 days return policy.

If you are willing to stretch your budget then read the following-
Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 60,000 In India.
Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 70,000 In India.

If you have any doubt or query, make sure to ask them in the comment section below. I will try to answer all the queries as soon as possible. This build guide will be updated almost every month depending on pricing, market conditions, and new launches, so make sure to keep an eye here Feel free to drop down your views or suggestion.

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30 Replies to “Best Gaming PC Build Under Rs. 50,000 In India- 2019”

  1. Divij


    Thanks for the article. I have decided on a budget pc configuration as follows:-

    CPU – Intel core i5 8400
    GPU – Geforce GTX 1050 4Gb TI OC
    RAM – 8 Gb DDR4
    M/B – Gigabyte 360
    Hard disk – 1TB sata seagate
    Monitor -21.5 inch dell led

    Please recommend improvements if any. Also, if you could please tell me to costing of such a PC in the open market currently. Is Amazon the best place for such a purchase or local vendor. I have amazon prime account but wont be able to connect all the parts.

    • Chitresh

      The above config will cost rs. 50,000+. Instead of i5 8400 go for i3 8100 and with the money saved upgrade the GPU to GTX 1060 3GB. You will get better performance. PC components sometimes cost a bit cheap from local vendors. But if you don’t have local vendors nearby you can order from Amazon.

  2. Lakhan zala

    Which one is best ryzwn 5 or intel i5 8th gen
    I want to build pc for autodesk softwer,maya,mac,gaming and video editing
    Pls suggest me a best configuration under 50k

  3. Mr. Shankar

    – Processor: Intel i5-7400 3.0 GHz 6MB Quad Core

    – Motherboard: Asus H110M-D LGA-1151 DDR4

    – RAM: Corsair Vengeance 8GB 2400MHz DDR4

    – Hard Drive: Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM

    – Graphics Card: Asus Nvidia GeForce GT 710 2GB DDR3

    – Optical Drive: LG 24x DVD/CD Writer (GH24NSD1)

    – CPU Cabinet: Antec Mid Tower (NX200)

    – PSU: Corsair VS Series VS450 450Watt

    – Monitor: BenQ 23” IPS with Speakers (VZ2350HM)

    – OS: Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)

    The above is my planned PC build for 2019. What changes you would make if any and why. Thank you for your effort and time. Regards.

  4. Chandrasen Singh

    It’s a very helpful guide, but can you tell me if the motherboard you mention can support MSI RX 570 ARMOR 8G OC Gaming 256-Bit 8gb Gdrr5 Directx Graphics Card? I want to know if I can use that graphic card instead as I have a cheap deal on it.

  5. james lark

    You article is really good! Keep it up 🙂 I want to ask you to make a article of gaming RIG under 70000 which includes monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers, UPS, mouse pad etc all sort of things. May be you can just give a follow up link to this content of 50000 with those sort of things.
    Thanks in advance.

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