Best Mid Range Gaming PC Build Under 70,000 Rs | May 2018

Best 70000 Rs 1080p Gaming PC

Best Mid Range Gaming PC Build Under 70,000 Rs | May 2018

Component Name Price/Link
CPU Intel - Core i3 8100 Quad Core 3.6GHz Processor ₹9,732 @ Amazon
Motherboard ASUS - B360M-A Prime LGA 1151 Motherboard ₹9,603 @ Amazon
RAM Crucial - Ballistix Sports LT White 8GB (2 x 4GB) 2400MHz-DDR4   ₹8,696 @ Amazon
Graphics Card Nvidia Geforce GTX 1060 6GB Founders Edition ₹24,500 @
Storage 1 Samsung - 860 EVO 250GB Internal SSD ₹6,149 @ Amazon
Storage 2 Seagate - Barracuda 1TB Internal Hardrive ₹3,149 @ Amazon
Power Supply Cooler Master - MWE 450W 80+ white Non-Modular Power Supply ₹2,858 @ Amazon
Case Circle - Elegantor White Gaming Cabinet ₹4,199 @ Amazon

TOTAL 68,886 INR

Building a PC can be soo hard starting from choosing a CPU to the power supply. You might also end up with compatibility issue or might be bottlenecking somewhere. But we picked the best Parts combination to make a well-balanced price to performance PC. We chose the latest 8th generation of Intel i3 quad-core processor clocked at 3.6GHz as the brain of the build. The total memory/Ram of this PC is 8GB and surely you can upgrade to 16GB in the future. We also included a Samsung 250GB SSD for fast storage. If you haven't noticed we have chosen parts to match the white and black color scheme of the Circle case.

How to get Nvidia Graphics Card for MSRP?

You can get selected Nvidia Graphics card for their MSRP from the official Nvidia Website. But you cannot get aftermarket models like the Strix, Auros but the classic Founders Edition only. They can deliver anywhere in India and the cards are limited to 2 per customer. Considering the price this is a great deal for gamers on a tight budget and the price difference is nearly 10K. We don't know when will it become out of stock. You can check out the prices on their website

So what kind of FPS will you be getting with this PC?. You can easily play all the new games with 60+FPS at 1080p. Even its capable of doing 4K gaming but I would recommend checking out our High Budget Build if you want the full 4K experience.

What are your thoughts on the build? Don’t forget to leave any questions or comments you have about it down below

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