Hey, guys in this article we are talking about the best gaming PC build under 70000 Rs. The value offers you this PC will be insane. Whether you want to play games, streaming or any CPU heavy task. This PC can easily handle any tasks such as playing games, live streaming, video editing, and rendering, etc. You can play games easily on 1080p high to ultra settings with a decent 60+ fps. As this will be an AMD build so, not just gaming it’s capable to stream your games as well.
CPU: Ryzen 5 3600
TSMC 7nm FinFET
System Memory Specification
System Memory Type
Ryzen 5 3600 is the latest 3rd gen processor from AMD. It has 6 cores and 12 threads, which is well enough for gaming and other workloads. This processor is based on zen2 architecture with 7nm process technology. In term of normal performance, this CPU easily beat the Intel i7 8700k. But in gaming, it performs slightly lower than i7 8700k because of the boost clock speed is 4.7 GHz in i7 while 4.2 GHz in Ryzen 5. As its an unlock processor you can overclock it and the Wraith Stealth cooler can easily handle the heat. Overall in price to performance Ryzen 5 3600 will be a good deal.
The price of this CPU is 17,000 Rs ( price may change in future ).
1. DDR4 upto 64GB 2. Support for DDR4 3200(O.C.)/2933/2667/2400/2133 MHz memory modules 3. Dual channel memory architecture
Max shared memory 16 GB
1. 2 x 128 Mbit flash 2. Use of licensed AMI UEFI BIOS 3. Support for DualBIOS™
Support for Windows 10 64-bit Support for Windows 7 64-bit
ATX Form Factor; 30.5cm x 24.4cm
If we go for X570 chipset it would be costlier. Basic X570 motherboard starting from 20,000Rs. So considering our budget for gaming PC build under 70000, we choose Gigabyte B450 AORUS pro. It will cost around 11,000Rs. The VRAM provide the motherboard is so solid. In this price range, the feature and the cooling its provide is more than enough for Ryzen 5 3600. This motherboard supports up to 64GB DDR4 memory also AMD Quad-GPU CrossFire and 2-Way AMD CrossFire technologies. As it’s a B450 chipset so make sure the BIOS of this motherboard is updated.
The next component of our gaming PC is the RAM. For the RAM here I choose Corsair vengeance LPX. We will be using 8GB DDR4 3000MHz module. This RAM also comes with 2400MHz or 3200Mhz. Our motherboard does support dual-channel memory, so I pick two 8GB stick, a total of 16GB for our build. The RAM comes out of the box with 3000MHz. If you want, you can also overclock the RAM as well. I believe for gaming as well as streaming 16GB is more than enough. The price of this RAM is around 3500Rs( price may vary ).
Alternative module I can suggest Adata Gammix D30. The spaces and frequency are the same as the Corsair Vengeance LPX. But Adata is a little bit cheaper. The price of this RAM is 3100Rs – 3400Rs. You can go for any one of these two options.
For the storage purpose, I choose both SSD and Hard drive. As our budget is up to 70000Rs, I can easily add an SSD into our gaming PC build. The SSD I pick is the Gigabyte 240 SSD. The read speed of this SSD up to 500MB/s and the write speed up to 420MB/s. The main operating system and some important software we can install in this SSD. If you plan to stream your games, you can install the streaming software plus some games for better performance. Price of this SSD is 2400Rs.
For the additional storage, I choose WD blue 1 Tb. The price of this hard drive is 2800Rs. It comes with 7200RPM speed. Although we didn’t care about the speed because at the end it’s only for additional storage.
Our 2nd most important component is the graphics card. Nowadays in the market, there are so many options available. Considering the price and performance I select Gigabyte 1660ti 6GB OC. For 1080P gaming on high to ultra setting this card is perfect. Mostly in all current games, this GPU can easily produce more than 60fps. This GPU comes with 6GB GDDR6 memory, which is well enough for modern games. This GPU is based on Turing architecture. It does support Nvidia G-sync for the better and smooth gaming experience. The core clock of this GPU is 1770Mhz and the memory clock is 12000Mhz. The number of CUDA cores present in this GPU is 1536. The current price of this GPU is 23,400Rs.
Note:Vega 56 will be another good option. The current price of Vega 56 in Mdcomputers.in is 24,000Rs. If you can spend a little bit more money I highly recommend going for the Vega 56. The overall performance of Vega 56 is slightly better than the GTX 1660ti. One problem is vega 56 produce more heat and consume more power. The 3584 stream processors with 8GB HBM2 memory make it really faster.
But if you don’t want the Vega 56 or your budget didn’t allow you, still GTX 1660ti will be a better choice.
PSU + Cabinet
I choose a PSU and Cabinet combo. Because if you purchased them separately it probably cost you more money. The components I choose for the gaming PC build under 70000 needs better power. So here I pick Corsair spec-5. It’s a mid-tower cabinet comes with in-built 650W power supply. Moreover, the cabinet has a transparent side panel. In front, you get 1xUSB 3.0, 1xUSB 2.0, 1xHeadphone and microphone jack, power and reset switch. For better cooling, you can add up to 5 140mm fans ( 120mm include ). In the front panel, you can mount a 240mm radiator as well.
Now for the Ryzen 5 3600 and GTX 1660ti, 650W power supply will be enough. It’s an 80+ white certification, non-modular power supply. All the cables come with this PSU have the sleeve. Moreover, you get 1x ATX connector, 1x EPS connector, 2x Floppy connectors, 2x PCI.E connectors,4x four-pin peripherals connectors, 4x SATA connectors. This PSU comes with 5 years warranty. The price of this cabinet include 650W PSU is 6,500-6,900Rs.