Gaming PC Build | Budget 50000Rs-60000Rs 2024

Gaming PCs are always in high demand. But finding budget pcs is much harder in reality. With so many new PC parts coming out regularly, it’s hard to be up to date. This post is meant just for that.

The following are the minimum specs recommended for the gaming PC that can play most games.

Minimum Requirements for Gaming PC

  • CPU/Processor: I5 or Ryzen 5
  • RAM: 16 GB DDR5
  • SSD: 500GB OR 1TB PCI GEN 4 M2 SSD
  • Graphics Card: 4060 RTX Nvidia or equivalent
  • Gaming Motherboard with DDR5 support
  • PSU 650WATTS or higher

Budget Gaming PC Build:

In order to build a proper Gaming PC for streaming or playing next-gen games you need a good GPU and CPU. Now there are many details that go into this. So I will try to explain the easy way and provide spec sheets for the rest.

Do note due to the recent economic changes prices have changed quite a lot. So always check recent prices on Amazon and Flipkart. You can upgrade accordingly. I am providing the prices I have at the time of writing.

Budget Gaming PC under 50000RS-60000RS

CPU: Intel Core I5-12400F (Costs 10k-11k)

This CPU is by far the best CPU you can buy for gaming for budget gaming. It has 6 cores and 12 threads. In terms of performance-to-price ratio at the time of writing this CPU beats everyone. So our budget gaming PC needs to have this. It also comes with a stock cooler which is pretty decent and can help us save money.

Here is the link to the official website if you wanna check detailed specs.

In our entire gaming setup, the CPU is the only real bottleneck. It’s not a big bottleneck more like 10%. The next CPU in line costs an extra 15000rs over this one. Which would make the overall setup a lot more expensive. So we are sticking to this CPU.

Note: If you want to upgrade to a better more superior CPU in the future you can. The whole setup is made accommodating upgrades and thus is slightly more expensive. But you can easily upgrade to newer parts without any compatibility issues.

Motherboard: Msi Pro B760M-P Lga1700 Micro Atx Motherboard (Costs 10000rs-11000rs)

This motherboard is actually on the expensive side. But this motherboard is future-proof with DDR5 RAM support of up to 6800mhz speeds. And can support up to 256GB RAM. This extra money you spend is basically for future-proofing your PC for upgrades.

Here is the link to the official website if you wanna check detailed specs.

budget gaming pc build

GPU: RTX 4060 8GB Graphics Card (Costs 25000rs-30000 Rs)

Now for a gaming PC graphics card plays a key role. There are two options you can select here. One is a 3060 12GB Graphics card and an RTX 4060 8GB graphics card.

I decided to go with the RTX 4060 8GB card cause the RTX 4060 vs RTX 3060 price difference is like 3000rs. But the RTX 4060 has 20-25% better performance than the RTX 3060. So for me personally it’s no a brainer. RTX 4060 is the clear winner even though it’s slightly more expensive.

Here is the link to the official website if you wanna check detailed specs.

RAM: GSkill Ripjaws S5 16GB (16GbX1) Ddr5 4800Mhz-6000Mhz Desktop Ram (Costs 4000rs-5000rs)

This is by far the most controversial topic when building gaming systems these days. What generation of RAM should you go with? My answer is DDR5.

Now officially the motherboard we have selected MSI Pro B760M-P Supports up to 6800mhz. So there are no issues here.

The CPU however is another story. Officially it only supports up to 4800mhz of RAM. But unofficially many people have tested 6000mhz with this setup and have had better FPS in games.

For this reason. I recommend you choose your own RAM speed. Always go with DDR5. But select the speed that you are comfortable with.

The price for RAMs with 4800mhz and 6000Mhz is almost the same. I personally suggest going for 6000mhz. But that’s just me. You are building your own PC so you make the call for this one.

STORAGE: Kingston 1TB Nv2 M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0 NVMe Internal SSD (Costs 5000rs-6000Rs)

SSDs are now the future. Don’t even think about a hard disk. Get yourself a 1 TB NVME PCO gen 4.0 SSD and enjoy super-fast data speeds.

They are pretty cheap and a really good investment. Just buy 1 TB SSD for now. You should be good for all your gaming needs.

PSU: Ant Esports VS700L 700 Watt Power Supply (Costs 2000rs-3000Rs)

This is the power supply unit. It’s pretty cheap and supports up to 700 watts of power draw making it perfect for our high-end gaming needs. This will work perfectly fine with our RTX 4060 GPU.

You can even use a 650 PSU though I don’t recommend going below 600 watts. Just to be future-proof.

CASE: Ant Esports Elite 1100 (ATX) Mid Tower Cabinet (Black)
(Costs 1500rs-2500Rs)

budget gaming pc build

This was the most bang for the buck case I could find. It comes with 3 inbuilt fans for cooling and RGB. For its cheap price, it’s one of the best deals ever. So I 100% recommend using this one for our budget gaming.

At the time of writing the total cost of all products for our budget gaming PC for me came to 55000rs give or take. If you have some more money to spare I would invest it in a good CPU cooler so that you can get the best out of your CPU. The stock cooler is fine but if you live in a hot zone then more cooling is always better.

Also, make sure that the room you place the PC in is well-ventilated and cool. Even better if you have an AC in the room. Make sure to read how to make your PC faster as well.

You can change any of the above parts with similar parts. Just make sure that the actual power and components are the same. For eg WD SSD can be changed with Samsung SSD.

Final Words:

Thats all folks. Our budget gaming PC under 50000rs-60000rs is complete. Hope you liked it. With this setup, you should be fine playing any of the new games at 1080p and 1440p without any lag. If you have any questions do let me know below. Happy Gaming

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