Best Gaming PC Build Under 50000 Rupees | August 2021

Gaming PC Build Under 50000
Gaming PC Build Under 50000

During the times of the Corona Virus Pandemic, the majority of the people are inside their homes. Now people spend most of their time in front of the computers & mobiles, gaming or doing whatever they are supposed to do. People already having a pc are on benefit now as they don't have to buy or build one when the prices of almost every pc component have inflated especially the latest GPUs like RTX 30 Series.

If you are really willing to build a Gaming PC Build Under 50000 in 2021, then here's your handy guide for choosing the best parts for this budget. Remember that all the parts recommended below are based on the current prices of the components so you may find old parts as well such as the GTX 1050 Ti this is the only Best GPU you can get right now under this budget. Otherwise, all the other GPU's are either out of stock or their prices are too high than normal ones that there's no way to add them to this build.

Best Gaming PC Build Under 50000

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

CPU - Intel Core i3-11100

SPECIFICATIONSCores: 4 Threads: 8 Base Clock: 3.8 GHz
Boost Clock: 4.5 GHz L3 Cache: 16MB
TDP: 65W
  • Great Single-Core Performance
  • Excellent Integrated Graphics
  • Power Efficient
  • Hyperthreading
  • Stocks aren't easily available

The 14nm Intel i3 chipset belongs to the latest family of Intel processors (11th Generation) and is house to 4 Cores & 8 Threads clocked at a frequency of 3.8 GHz, maximum up to 4.5 GHz with 16MB of L3 Cache and a stunning 65W TDP. The CPU performs very well in single-core tasks, it can easily handle your daily life browsing, computing, office work & gaming as well. Although the Intel i3-11100 isn't easily available to buy due to the stocks shortage. The Intel i3-11100 is also the best match for budget gamers due to its really impressive TDP of just 65W even though has Integrated Graphics.

Gaming PC Build Under 50000


GPU - Zotac GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini (4GB)

SPECIFICATIONSCUDA Cores: 768     Base Clock: 1303 MHz
    Boost Clock: 1471 MHz     Memory: GDDR5
    Memory: 4 GB     PCI Express: 3.0
  • Affordable
  • Excellent 1080p GPU
  • Not available easily
  • Skyrocket Price
The GTX 1050 Ti has always been the Best Budget Graphics Card that can run most of the AAA at 1080p @ 60 FPS. The GPU comes with 768 Cuda Cores, 4GB DDR5 Ram based on PCI Express 3.0. Although during the times of the COVID-19 pandemic, the price of almost every component has skyrocketed and the GTX 1050 Ti is one of them.

Motherboard - ASUS Prime B560M (Intel LGA 1200 Socket)

SPECIFICATIONSMemory Capacity: 128 GB     Memory Type: DDR4 @5000 MHz
    Socket: LGA 1200     GPU Interface: PCI
  • Supports Intel i3-11100
  • Supports up to 128 GB DDR4 Ram @5000 Mhz
  • Unavailability
Our Intel Core i3-11100 required an Intel 400 or 500 chipset based motherboard with LGA 1200 Socket on it, and the ASUS Prime B560M motherboard covered it all. The motherboard comes with one PCIe 4.0, and 2 M.2 Slots. The board is PCIe 4.0 Ready supporting up to 128GB DDR4 5000MHz(OC) of memory and Intel Turbo Boost Technology to push your experience to its peak.

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

RAM - Corsair Vengeance 8GB Ram

SPECIFICATIONSMemory Type: DDR4     Memory Capacity: 8 GB
    Memory Speed: 3200 Mhz
  • Fast Performance
  • Good Memory Speed and Memory Type
  • Price May Be extraordinary

The corsair vengeance 8GB DDR4 Memory Module is best for this pc build. With DDR5 Memory clocked at 3200 Mhz, the memory ensures your system runs fast enough for you to be able to do your daily life tasks as well as gaming without any performance issues. If the prices of pc components wouldn't have been skyrocketed, we could have chosen a 16 GB Dual-Channel Ram kit for more additional fast performance.

Gaming PC Build Under 50000


PSU - Cooler Master MWE 450 Bronze V2

SPECIFICATIONSPower Requirement: 12V     Certification: 80 Plus Bronze
    Wattage: 450W     Form Factor: ATX
  • Power Efficient
  • Less Noisy
  • The price might be high
We won't be needing any wattage of more than 300-watts, but to be sure that we never run into power shortage in this pc and support any upgrade you do, we'll be opting for a non-modular 450-watt Power Supply From Cooler Master.
Gaming PC Build Under 50000


SPECIFICATIONSType: NVMe Form Factor: M.2 Read Speed: 2400MB/s
Write Speed: 1750MB/s Storage: 500GB
  • Fast Data Transfer Speeds
  • Small Size
  • Less Storage

We at TechNeg always like to recommend SSD over HDD to our viewers whenever we can because they are fast, more power-efficient and their lifespan is longer than HDDs. So far, our 50000 PC Build allows us to do so. We'll be opting for a 500 GB NVMe M.2 SSD, these are 4 times faster than the normal SATA SSDs. The M.2 Form Factor SSD runs on an impressive 2400MB/s Read and 1750MB/s Write Speed.

Gaming PC Build Under 50000

Cabinet - Antec NX210 Mid Tower PC Case

SPECIFICATIONSForm Factor: Mid-Tower Fans: 4x (pre-installed)
Tempered Glass: 2x (Font,Side) Net Weight: 4.8kg
Gross Weight: 5.8kg IO: Power, Reset, LED Control, Audio/Mic, 2x USB 2, 1x USB 3 3.5" HDD: 1x 2.5" SDD: 3x GPU Support: 310mm CPU Cooler Support: 155mm PSU Support: 220mm
  • Good Looking
  • Comes with 4 Pre-installed ARGB Fans
  • No Way To Control Pre-Installed Fan's Fan Speed
  • Top Mounted PSU
  • 140mm Fans not supported
  • Airflow might not be good
Gaming PC's aren't PC's without a good looking pc case and RGBs. Apart from the appearance, a PC Case is also equally important for the Good Airflow thus affecting the cooling and eventually performance of your components. So we've chosen the Mid Tower PC Case From Antec. The Antec NX210 comes with pre-installed 120mm 4x ARGB fans so you don't have to worry about them. For the best look of RGBs, it has got two tempered glass panels - one on the front and one on the side.


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 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.


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).


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 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.


As mentioned above, an HDD is 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 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 Stands for Serial ATA, 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 has 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.


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 (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.


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 (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.

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Best Pre-built Gaming PC Brands

It's always better to get your pre-built Gaming PC from a trusted brand only. As they will be the best in Performance, Looks, and warranty also. Here are the best Custom PC Build Brands

Must note Custom PC Build brands:
  • Alienware
  • ThermalTake
  • MSI
  • CyberPower PC
  • SkyTech
  • Corsair
  • Dell
  • Main Gear
  • NZXT
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