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Best Gaming PC Build for 1440p: Under Rs. 1,00,000/1 Lakh (2019)

4K is the gold standard for PC gamers across the world. However, running modern games on a pixel-rich 4K screen can be a right headache, especially at ultra and sometimes not even possible with even the fastest hardware. In this post, we’ll show you how to build a gaming build ideal for 1440p gaming as well as 4K in most titles. Keep in mind that you’ll be able to get well over 60 FPS at 1440p in the latest games with 40-50 FPS at 4K.

Best Gaming CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X

  • Price: Rs. 20,475 (Link)
Cores / ThreadsBase ClockBoost ClockL3 CacheTDP
6/123.8GHz4.4GHz35MB65W

If you look at sheer gaming performance, then the Intel Core i7-9700K and the i9-9900K edge past the Ryzen 3000 parts. However, you should be able to push 150 FPS in every game with the Ryzen 5 3600X and get much better performance in other multi-threaded workloads such as content creation, encoding, and video editing. You can go with the Ryzen 7 too but when it comes to gaming, the 3600X is every bit as capable.

Best Motherboard for the AMD Ryzen 5 3600X: MSI B450 Gaming Plus Max

  • Price: Rs. 9,200 (Link)
CPUAMD Ryzen 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Gen
RAM4 x DDR4 memory slots, supports up to 64GB @ 4133 MHz
PCIe2 x PCIe 3.0 x16 slot, 4 x PCIe 3.0 x1 slots
Storage6 x SATA 6Gb/s ports, 1 x M.2 slot
USB2 x USB 3.2 Gen2, 4 x USB 3.2 Gen1, 6 x USB 2.0

The Gigabyte B450 Gaming Plus is one of the best X470 boards out there with support for the Ryzen 3000 processors and blazing fast memory. It consists of 4 DDR4 slots with a maximum capacity of up to 64GB @ 4133MHz. It comes with AMD CrossFireX support, 6 SATA ports, 4 PCIe x4 slots and a Turbo M.2 slot as well.

Best Graphics Card for 4K Gaming: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super

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  • Price: Rs. 39,999 (Link)
Memory8GB GDDR6
Boost Clock1815MHz
Cores2560
Mem. Clock14000MHz
Bus Width256-bit
PSU650W
Dimensions295*143*52mm
Connectors1 x 8 + 1 x 6-pin
Warranty3 Years

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super is essentially an RTX 2080 with slightly fewer cores but in terms of real-world gaming performance, the two are on almost par. You can expect consistent 75+ FPS at 1440p using the utmost highest graphics preset and even 45+ FPS at 4K.

Related: Best NVIDIA and AMD Graphics Cards for Gaming 2019: GPU Buying Guide (India)

Recommended Power Supply: Antec NE650M

  • Price: Rs. 4,635 (Link)

The Antec NE650M is a semi-modular, Bronze certified PSU that comes with a whole 5 years of warranty. Thanks to the Diwali discount, it is selling for just over 4.5K, making it an absolute steal.

Recommended Memory: ADATA XPG Spectrix D60G 8GBX2 DDR4 3200MHz RGB

I’m sure you’ll want even more RGB in your system and the ADATA XPG Spectix promises just that, other than you know…speedy memory at a decent price point. It’s not very economical to opt for a 3600MHz kit as it usually costs almost twice as much without offering a notable performance boost.

Best SSD for Gaming: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB M.2

  • Price: Rs. 9,479 (Link)
Form FactorM.2
InterfacePCI-Express 3.0 x2, NVMe 1.3
Seq. Read Speeds3,500 MB/s
Seq. Write Speeds3,500 MB/s

The Samsung 970 EVO Plus is one of the fastest SSDs on the market with blazing fast speeds of up to 3,500 MB/s. Once you get used to these drives, it’ll be real hard to back to traditional magnetic storage.

Recommended Case: Antec Dark Phantom DP501

Price: Rs. 4,450 (Link)

While the choice of a case depends on your personal preference, we’ll be going with the Antec Dark Phantom.

The Antec Dark Phantom is a beautiful case with ample RGB and a tempered glass side panel to make all your friends drool.

Summary: Best Gaming PC Build (Rs. 1,00,000)

ComponentNamePrice
CPUAMD Ryzen 5 3600XRs. 20,475
Graphics CardNVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SuperRs. 39,999
MotherboardMSI B450 Gaming Plus Max Rs. 9,200
MemoryADATA XPG Gammix D30 16GB Rs. 7,799
SSDSamsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB M.2 Rs. 9,749
Power SupplyAntec NE650M Rs. 4,635
CaseAntec Dark Phantom DP501 Rs. 4,450
TotalBest PC Build Under 1,00,000Rs. 98,000 (appx)

Areej

Computer Engineering dropout (3 years), writer, journalist, and amateur poet. I started Techquila while in college to address my hardware passion. Although largely successful, it suffered from many internal weaknesses. Left and now working on Hardware Times, a site purely dedicated to. Processor architectures and in-depth benchmarks. That's what we do here at Hardware Times!
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