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Gaming PC under Rs 80,000 – AMD Ryzen build ~ Computers and More

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Boasting the Asus TUF branding the TUF-B450 is a great choice not only
for the brand name and aesthetics but also for the unmatched set of
features it brings to the table for the price tag it carries. Its a full
ATX motherboard so it’ll look good in your gaming case and with a
robust power delivery system you can be well assured to run your CPU at
stock or overclocked without any second thought.
Four DIMM slots keep the upgrade path open and easy while extra features
such as ample of SATA connectors, a M.2 connector and RGB headers is
all that contributes to the wholeness of this product.

Also since its a AM4 motherboard and on the list for the upgrade path
from Asus itself so you can also pop in a newer Ryzen 3000 series CPU in
it incase you want to in near future. 

AMD Ryzen is a force to reckon with when you pair it with high speed
memory kits and since the prices have come down then why not to add a
kit of 16GB DDR4 rated at 3200Mhz from G.Skill Ripjaws V series! The red
and black color scheme along with the low profile design makes  it a
great choice for gaming PCs especially whose sporting a Ryzen CPU. Its a
proven product in various fields and is durable to last you for long
and since its an easily available kit so in-case you plan to add more
down the road it’ll be no hassle to find matching kits.

 

A gaming PC is no good without a powerful graphics card at its heart so I
recommend the GALAX RTX 2060 1-Click OC edition which is not only based
on the latest Turing architecture from Nvidia hence you can enjoy all
the Ray Tracing benefits with ease on this one but also its one of the
most power efficient ones out in the market that also happens to run
cool and quiet under load as I found in my review of the same some time
back.

The card is more than competent to run all AAA titles at maxed out
settings on 1080p at high frames rates but also will do just fine in
1440p area. So its a great buy for competitive players who aim for high
frame rate for their high refresh rates monitors and even for casual
gamers who plan to use a 2K display at 60Hz.

Also you can choose from a white or black option as per your taste and build theme which is an added benefit for some cases. 

HDD – Western Digital Blue 2TB Rs 4,620

 

Since we are building a PC it is quite obvious that you would be
watching movies and listening to music aswell along with downloading a
bunch of other stuff from the internet so we need a HDD here for which
we’ll go with the Western Digital Blue for its long line of trusted
quality and service that it offers at a very reasonable price. The 2TB
HDD spins at 7200RPM so you won’t feel it slowing down or spoiling your
experience even if you play a multi-GB BluRay rip over your monitor or
TV due to slow load/buffer time.

SSD – Crucial BX500 240GB Rs 2,480

 

Yeah you obviously need a SSD for faster Windows boot up time and quick
loading in games or else you’ll be stuck loading multi gigabyte games
over a conventional mechanical hard drive. The Crucial BX500 240GB would
do the job here as the SSD offers competitive and reliable performance
for the price it comes at! Great after market sale support for Crucial
is always there and 240Gb would be more than enough for Windows, your
vital softwares and one to two AAA gaming titles at a time so pick this
up without any second thoughts here.

Cooler – Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML120L RGB Rs 4,620

 

The stock cooler that comes with the AMD Ryzen 5 2600 is more than
enough for that CPU but since we have some budget to spare and its an
overclockable chip so we can get the Cooler Master ML120L AIO which is a
decent cooler which also packs the RGB goodness.

The 120mm radiator is great for keeping this chip cool even in high
summer temperatures or when overclocked hence, increasing the life span
of your processor and also helping you to play for those long marathon
gaming sessions without any worries.

Case – Cooler Master MasterBox MB511 Rs 5,680

 

The stock cooler that comes with the AMD Ryzen 5 2600 is more than
enough for that CPU but since we have some budget to spare and its an
overclockable chip so we can get the Cooler Master ML120L AIO which is a
decent cooler which also packs the RGB goodness.

The 120mm radiator is great for keeping this chip cool even in high
summer temperatures or when overclocked hence, increasing the life span
of your processor and also helping you to play for those long marathon
gaming sessions without any worries.

PSU – Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 600W Rs 4,256

 

For less than Rs 3K the Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 600W PSU is more
than you need for this configuration leaving enough headroom for a few
extra components or upgrades that you might want to add in or do in
future without changing the PSU for extra wattage or more reliable
performance. The PSU is vastly compatible, extremely reliable and has
good number of connectors with long wires for easy installation along
with a solid 5 years warranty to back it up.

So, there you have it a Gaming PC configuration for Rs 80,000 to handle
all your gaming and multimedia work without blowing a hole in your
pocket, well not a big one to be precise. I haven’t included the cost of
a peripherals like speakers, keyboard and mouse so you can add that
according to your preferences and budget. Also for Windows keep aside
around Rs 500 or so as you can get an OEM key easily for that much from
many online stores and places to activate your free copy of Windows from
Microsoft website. From my side I’ve tried to keep everything in mind
regarding this build but just in case I did forget something or you have
a suggestion for the same then do drop a comment.

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