60 FPS Gaming PC Build Under 50000 [Intel Based]

Please Note: Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, prices have skyrocketed so high, that it's recommended to wait for the price to come normal before building your PC as you'll have to spend double the amount of the original price. We'll list the MRP Price of the component so the current price at the Retailer's site may vary.


Gaming PC Build Under 50000
Gaming PC Build Under 50000

50000 is the Most loved Budget amongst Gamers. It is the most used Price Range used while building A Gaming PC Build. With a budget of 50000, you can build a Gaming PC Build that can handle a 1080p Gaming experience with up to 60FPS.

Apart from Gaming, this PC Build can also be used for Video Editing & Office Work as well. It has always been tough when it comes to choosing the right parts for a Gaming PC under 50000, 

especially when you have a tight budget so to help you out in this we've catered a list of the best Components that you'll need for a 50000 Gaming PC Build.

This Configuration for Gaming PC Build Under 50000 is Up to date, and all parts mentioned in this Posts are the best for their respective budget and are Compatible with each other.

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

Best Processor Under 10000 - Intel Core i3-9100F 9th Gen Desktop Processor

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

Intel Core i3 Deals

The processor is the first and most important part to choose for a PC Build. So we've chosen the Intel Core i3 9th, Gen, for this Gaming PC Build. It's a 4 core / 4 Thread Processor, offering a Clock Speed of up to 4.2GHz. The Intel Core i3 Offers 65W TDP making it the best Processor Under 10k.

However, I am not an Intel Fan and always prefer to Use AMD Processors for Gaming PCs, but that's not the case for this Budget. For a Gaming PC Build under 50000, I would rather suggest you go with the Intel i3 9th Gen as it gives better performance when compared to Ryzen 3.

Best GPU Under 20000 - MSI GTX GeForce 1650 OC

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

GTX 1650 Deals:

After Processor, GPU becomes the Most Important component for a Gaming PC. It is important to choose Processor, and GPU before motherboard so that you can easily choose a compatible motherboard.

So we've chosen the GTX 1650 OC Card for this Build. This is an Overclocked 4GB, GDDR5 Version and has an 8000 MHz clock speed. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 requires 300W of Power to run without errors. Seeing the performance and prices of Graphics Card these days GTX 1650 OC is the best fit for our Gaming PC Build under 50000.

Best Ram Stick Under 10000 - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 3600MHz

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

Vengeance 16GB 3600Mhz Deals:

To get the best Gaming Performance and FPS I would Rather choose a 3600Mhz Ram instead of any lower frequency RAM(s). So I chose the DDR4 3600Mhz, 16GB Ram Stick from Corsair's Vengeance series.

Corsair VENGEANCE LPXs is built with a pure aluminium heat spreader for faster heat dissipation and cooling operations. These 3600Mhz Ram Sticks come with XMP 2.0 for easy automatic Overclocking. 16GB is a sufficient size of RAM for a Gaming PC Build under 50000.

Motherboard – MSI H310M Pro-VDH Plus Motherboard

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

  • Supports 9th gen, 8th gen, Pentium gold, and Celeron® Processors for LGA 1151 Socket.
  • Supports DDR4 Memory up to 2666MHz

As this is a tight budget for a gaming PC build under 50000 we are choosing MSI H310M Pro Motherboard because it doesn’t require that much power to run and can fully support our intel 3 processor and other components. This is the best motherboard available currently to fulfil this budget pc build.


Best SSD Under 3000 - WD Green M.2 SSD

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

WD Green SSD Deals

I'll suggest you choose an SDD rather than HDD, to improve your System's Speed Even More. By having an SSD Installed on Your Computer, it is going to boot up very fast as well as it will give you some extra FPS.

So, I chose the M.2 WD Green 240GB SSD for this PC Build. It has a Read & Write speed of up to 545 MBP/s offering a storage space of 240GB. While building a Gaming PC Under 50000, we had to squeeze our selection of components. So for a Gaming PC Under 50000, 240GB of storage is enough.

Best Power Supply Under 4000 - Corsair CV450 450Watt Power Supply

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

Corsair Cv450 Deals

It is very important to choose only the Best Power Supply and to check if it gives enough wattage to Power your Gaming PC. Especially in Gaming PCs where all the components are Power Hungry. All the components we have picked for our Gaming PC under 50000, 450watt of power supply will supply sufficient power to run the Gaming PC efficiently.

Keeping in mind that we are using the Intel Core i3 9th Gen, and GeForce GTX 1650, the 450watt Corsair CV450 Power Supply would be enough.

Best PC Case Under 4000 - Corsair Carbide SPEC-05 Mid-Tower Gaming Case

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

Last but not the least, finally comes the PC Case. Where we install all our Components: GPU, CPU, Motherboard, and so on. It is very important to choose the best PC Case, especially for a Gaming PC. 

It is very important to Choose a PC Case with Good Airflow and Looks. So we've chosen the Corsair Carbide SPEC-05 Gaming PC Case. It has good airflow as well as awesome looks. Also our MATX Motherboard, and GPU can be fitted very easily in this Gaming PC Case.

Things to Consider

Various factors affect the choice of a person before going to make a purchase. It varies by a person's choice or the type of use. Anyway, here are some of the basic things that you need to consider before going to buy any of this component or building a custom pc.

Budget

The main thing that needs to be considered is BUDGET. You need to first check what will be the maximum budget your parents, or your pocket allows you. This is a Budget PC Build so you would be able to game on 1080p at around 60 FPS.

Also, due to the current situation of the Pandemic that led to a shortage of stocks in the PC Hardware Market, the prices of all types of components are at their worst. Some of them are even selling at double their prices. So it's worth waiting for the prices to normalize as you'll have to spend ₹1 Lakh on a pc that you can get for ₹50,000 in normal times. Even though the situation is worst, the prices are returning on track slowly-slowly and we try our best to keep the components and their prices up-to-date by checking our Articles from time to time.

Upgradability

It's worth making sure that your pc is upgradable. Any PC will not last forever as you'll have to upgrade your components at some point. So you may try to select a motherboard that is compatible with the future upgrades you do, and a big-enough pc case to support your future graphics cards.

This PC Build is already upgradable which means you can add the higher versions of the components without worrying about motherboard compatibility.

Daily-Life Tasks

Most people build a Custom PC for both gaming and Daily life or working tasks. So make sure to pick the parts that are capable of handling your daily life tasks other than gaming. 

This high-end PC Build is capable enough to run every type of your daily-life tasks as well as Photo/Video Editing.

Aesthetics

Gaming PC Build is not complete without RGB's or Good Looking chassis. Just like the performance, the aesthetics of the build depends on how much you put into your build. We've put the best components possible to make this build as good looking as possible.


Overclocking

With the increase of Gaming trend, overclocking is getting easier and easier day by day, as the companies make their hardware more overclocking friendly. It's a great way of extracting some extra juice from your pc, but be careful and do everything right and if you don't know how to do it, then get some assistance, otherwise you'll end up blowing up your pc.

PC Hardware Terms to Remember

Many people might not get the terms that are used in PC Building stuff like Frequency, Clock Speed, Cores and Threads. So before jumping into building a Custom Gaming PC Build. You should first be familiar with all the necessary terms that are used in PC Hardware

CPU

CPU stands for Central Processing Unit which is the Brain of your computer where the tasks that you do is processed. These are tiny chips packed with tons of transistors and are getting faster and smaller each and every year. A CPU is the most important component that you need to select very carefully as most of your PC's performance depends upon it.

GPU

The function of both CPU and GPU is almost the same. Where a CPU is a central processor a GPU is used to perform Graphical processes such as rendering and all that Graphics stuff. Adding a GPU to your system can double the performance as your CPU will no longer have to handle the graphical processes, while the GPU is built specifically for it so it can perform Graphical processes very well which results in a smoother gameplay experience and higher Graphics

Integrated Graphics

Many of today's CPU comes with built-in Graphics of their own like AMD's Vega and Intel's HD Graphics. CPU's with Integrated Graphics can function well without any External GPU while a CPU without any Integrated Graphics will not be able to do so (Please Note the CPU's with Integrated Graphics also use some of your system's memory to do their work well).

PSU

The Power Supply. It's a big transformer with usually one Fan which makes a lot of noise. It's the distributor of power metered in Wattage to all of your PC's components including Motherboard, CPU, GPU, Ram etc.    

SSD

SSD stands for Solid State Drive is the latest Technology in PC Storage. They are faster than HDD (Hard Disk) which have Moving Mechanical parts but also SSD's cost more than HDD's as they are faster, smaller, less energy-consuming since they have no moving parts at all.

HDD

As mentioned above, an HDD a storage device type that has moving Discs inside it and the RPM of the movement determines its Read & Write Speed. HDD's are cheaper than SSD's but are slower than them, bigger than them, and also produce nice. The chances of an HDD stopping working are high as anything can go wrong with the moving parts inside it.

PCIe

PCIe short for (peripheral component interconnect express) is a primarily used interface to connect high-speed components to the motherboard including Graphics Card, Ram, SSD's, Bluetooth/WiFi Cards etc. PCIe slots comes with different configurations: x1, x4, x8, x16, x32. The number after "x" specifies how many lanes does the connector have (how much data travel to and from the PCIe Card). PCIe x1 slot has one lane where data can move at one bit per cycle, 4 bit per cycle in PCIe x4 and so on.

SATA

SATA Stands for Serial ATA which is a computer bus interface to connect motherboards to SATA HDD's, SSD's, and Optical Drives. SATA also have its different types which are as follows:
  1. SATA II: It is a Second Gen Interface running at 3.0 Gb/s, supports up to 300MB/s bandwidth and a maximum cable length of up to 1 meter.
  2. SATA III: SATA 6 Gb/s is a third-gen SATA Interface running on 6.0Gb/s. It supports up to 600Mb/s of bandwidth and a cable length of up to 1 meter. It's worth noting that SATA III is backwards compatible with SATA II Interface.
  3. ESATA: It stands for External SATA which uses more strong connectors and increases cable length of up to 2 meters.
  4. MSATA: Mini SATA is applicable for Netbooks and some other small devices that require smaller SSD's. It's very much similar in appearance to a PCI Express Mini Interface and both are electrically compatible
  5. SATA Express: SATA Express is a computer bus interface that supports both Serial ATA and PCI Express storage devices, initially standardized in the SATA 3.2 specification.

Cores/Threads

A CPU Core is a CPU's processor. One core means your CPU can handle one task and a time. Modern-day CPU's can have up to 64 Core. While the threads are the virtual codes that divide a core into multiple virtual parts. A 4 Cores and 8 Threads CPU means in your processor, 1 core is sharing 2 Threads (assuming they are evenly distributed).

RAM

RAM (aka Random Access Memory) is a short term storage device for your computer where all the action using information is stored so that it can be accessed as fast as possible. The more programmes you run on your computer at a time, the more RAM you'll need.

VRAM

Video Random Access Memory is a dedicated memory type that your Graphics Card uses to store the information about pixels and other graphical content appearing on your screen.

DIMM

DIMM (Dual in-line Memory Module) slots are the connectors where your RAM goes in. One slot can take only one RAM. Your motherboard may have anywhere from one to eight DIMM Slots.


Summary of Components for 60FPS Gaming PC Build Under 50000

ComponentPriceBuy link
Gigabyte AMD B450M₹6,999/
$128.47
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Intel Core i3-9100F 9th Gen
Desktop Processor
₹7,493/
$145.09
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MSI GTX GeForce 1650 OC₹18,199/
$408
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Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB
DDR4 3600MHz RAM
₹6,899/
$104
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WD Green M.2 SSD₹2,524/
$38.35
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Corsair CV450 450Watt
Power Supply
₹3,499/
49.99
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Corsair Carbide SPEC-05
Mid-Tower Gaming PC Case
₹ 3,229/
$62.74
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2 Comments

  1. B450m not compatible with intel cpu

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  2. Hello RED_DEVIL_14, thank you for making us aware about the issue, we have fixed the problem.

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