August 4, 2021

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Best Budget PC Build Under Rs. 60000 For 4k Video Editing [2021 Guide]

Please Note: Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, prices have skyrocketed so bad so it’s recommended for you to wait for the time to come normal before building your PC as you’ll have to spend double the amount of the original price. It’s worth noting that we’ll list the MRP Price of the component so the current price at the Retailer’s site might vary.
Best Custom 4k Video Editing PC Build In 2021
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Building a PC has never been so easy, especially today when the prices of PC Components at inflated over 3 times and the availability of components is another issue you might face while Building your Gaming PC. If you are planning to build a custom pc basically for Video Editing of up to 4k settings, 3D Modeling or VFX Editing then this pc build guide should help you do so. We will talk about a total of 3, 4k video editing pc build in 2021, and Graphics editing work. 

Apart from 4k Video Editing and Content creation, each of the 3 builds will be a killer build for 4K video editing as well for Gaming. You will be able to play the biggest AAA titles at higher frame rates and higher graphic cards.

Minimum & Required PC Configuration For 4k Video Editing

Minium Specs Recommended Specs
6 Cores Processors clocked at 3.6 GHz 12 Cores Processors clocked at 4.7 GHz
16 GB Of DDR4 Ram Clocked at 3200 Mhz 32 GB Of DDR4 Ram Clocked at 3600 Mhz
4GB Of VRAM 8GB Of VRAM
Fast HDD’s SSD’s

Build 1 – Best Budget PC Build For 4k Video Editing

Build Overview

First, we’ll start with a Budget PC Build For 4k Editing. This PC should cost anywhere from Rs. 50,000 to 80,000 in India. This build isn’t going to be the fastest one obviously, but it should be fine if you don’t want quick renders of your 4k edits or 3d models. The PC we are going to build will be able to do 3D Rendering, and 4k Video Editing as well as Gaming at 60 FPS+ Max Graphics. 

Budget

Our main motive for building this pc was to create a system that could handle high-end Gaming, 4k Video Work as well as 3D Stuff. Thanks to AMD providing the cheapest Processor possible, the AMD Ryzen 5 3500 is pretty much the best processor we could go for and remain under budget. By opting for the Ryzen 5 3500x, we don’t have to worry about performance. We paired the Ryzen 5 3500 with 2 channel 8 GB DDR4 Ram(s) clocked at 3200 Mhz which is enough for our work.

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You Won’t Be Able to Overclock the AMD Ryzen 5 3500X Processor Installed on the A320-S2H Motherboard which we are using.

1) Cabinet – MSI MAG Force 100R Mid Tower Gaming Case


Since our main motive is building a 4k video editing pc under 60000, so it’s important to choose a cabinet that is very good at airflow and cooling as our pc will heat up a lot more while 4k Video editing when compared to normal use or gaming.
So we’ll be opting for a Mid-Tower Chassy from MS Mag Force Series, the MSI MAG Force 100R. The cabinet has overall great performance, and great aesthetics to make your build even better. The PC Case does have a premium 4mm Thick Tempered Glass Panel and a smooth black glossy finish on the rest of its body.
The Case comes with 2 ARGB fans on Front, 1 Non-RGB Rear Fan and 6 Pin ARGB Controller Hub by default. Magnetic Dust Filter can also be seen here. The PC Case has MSI’s Mystic Light RGB software built-in that provides you full control over every RGB PC Part. With Mystic Light Sync compatible products, you can build the all-around RGB PC and add some glowing vibes to your whole gaming setup. 
The MSI MAG Force 100R supports 120 / 240mm Radiators on the front, rear, and topside. This Mid-Tower MSI MAG Force 100R Chassy supports ATX / M-ATX / Mini ITX motherboards.

Key Features

  • Built-in 2 ARGB fans on Front, 1 Non-RGB Rear Fan and 6 Pin ARGB Controller Hub
  • Premium 4mm thick tempered glass
  • supports 120 / 240mm Radiators on the front, rear, and topside
  • supports ATX / M-ATX / Mini ITX motherboards.
  • Built-in MSI Mystic Light Software

2) Motherboard – GIGABYTE AMD A320-S2H

We don’t need a very high-end motherboard for this Budget 4k Editing Build, the A320 Motherboard from Gigabyte will work just fine and packs all the required specs and features that you’ll need whether you do 4k Video Editing or Gaming.

The motherboards come with Ultra-Fast NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 & SATA Mode M.2 ports, Multiple Display with HDMI, DVI, D-Sub and Dual Channel Non-ECC Unbuffered DDR4, 2 DIMMs with a maximum memory clock speed of up to 3200 MHz. The motherboard has an AM4 socket since we are using the Ryzen 2600 CPU for this build.

Key Features

  • NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 & SATA Mode M.2 ports
  • Supports AMD 3rd Gen Ryzen/ 2nd Gen Ryzen/ 1st Gen Ryzen/ 2nd Gen Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics/ 1st Gen Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics/ Athlon with Radeon Vega Graphics/ 7th Gen A-series/ Athlon X4 Processors
  • Supports Dual Channel Non-ECC Unbuffered DDR4, 2 DIMMs clocked @3200 MHz 
  • 64GB Maximum Memory
  • ‎802.11a Wireless

3) CPU – AMD Ryzen 5 3500X

We’ll keep a good balance between the CPU and GPU we’ll be using for this. Even though a GPU help with certain tasks like 3D tasks, rendering graphics effects and animations and rendering at higher resolutions, a cpu is still a major factor in Video Editing. Most Video Editing software still uses the CPU the most and also the rendering time is also affected by the CPU.
So, we’ll be opting for the AMD Ryzen 5 Processor from the 3rd Generation which keeps a balance between both Budget & Performance and will do the work for us. Although the Rendering time might not be fast as the latest gen processors, keep in mind that this is a budget 4k Video Editing PC.
For 4k Video Editing, and other Graphical Works like 3D Modeling and VFX, you should have at least a 4 Cores Processor and that’s why the Ryzen 5 3600X comes into the Play. It has 6 Cores and 6 Threads design, 

Key Features

  • 6 Cores & 6 Threads
  • 3.6 GHz Base Clock, 4.1 GHz Boost Clock
  • 35 MB Cache
  • 65W TDP
  • Supports DDR4 Ram(s) @ 3200 MHz

4) RAM – G.SKILL Sniper X 16GB (2 x 8GB), DDR4 3200 MHz

We won’t be able to opt for any Ram clocked at more than 3200 MHz. So we’ll opt for 2 Channel DDR4 3200 MHz Ram(s) from G.Skill. It is uniquely designed with a camouflage pattern and sleek minimalistic heat spreaders in multiple colour variants. This memory kit is the ideal choice for a custom gaming or video editing built or for a high-performance upgrade. 16GB of DDR4 RAM will provide enough power for our 4K video editing pc build.

Key Features

  • DDR4 Memory Type Clocked at 3200 MHz
  • 2 Channel (8×2) 16 GB Ram
  • Camouflage pattern

5) GPU – MSI GeForce GTX 1650 D6 Ventus XS

It’s required to have at least 8GB of Ram, and 2 GB of Video Ram to edit Videos in 4k. So we’ll be taking a little higher than the minimum required specs. I recommend you to opt for at least GTX 1650. It has 4GB of DDR6 memory to support your need for high-end gaming, and 4k Video Editing. It also meets our requirements for a 4k video editing pc build under 60000.

Key Features

  • 3400 MHz Memory Clock Speed
  • 4GB Of DDR6 Memory
  • PCI-E Graphics Card Interface
  • Dual-Fan Design
  • 75W TDP

6) SSD – Samsung 980 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD

Since SSD’s are expensive, this build can’t afford an SSD only storage. So we’ll go for 500 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD Combo. The SSD we are using is NVMe M.2 SSD From Samsung. It runs on PCIe 3.0 x4 with a sequential read speed of up to 3,100 Mbps.

Key Features

  • NVMe Based PCIe 3.0 x4 SSD
  • M.2 Form Factor
  • 500 GB Storage
  • Read and write speed of up to 3,100 Mbps

7) HDD – Western Digital 1 TB SATA Hard Drive

Other than a 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD, we’ll have a 1TB SATA Hardware Drive. It comes with 64 MB of Cache and runs on 7200 RPM. It’s a 3.5″ Hard Drive which means you can use it for your desktop build but it won’t fit in a laptop. Also the Read & Write speed is great (Read speed is 184 MB/s and Write speed is 174 MB/s) considering it’s an HDD although it’s a lot lower when compared to our SSD.

Key Features

  • SATA III Based 3.5″ Hard Drive
  • Running at 7200 RPM with 64 MB Cache
  • Sequential Read and write speed of up 184 MB/s and 174 MB/s

8) PSU – Cooler Master MWE 650 Watts 80 + Bronze Certified Non-Modular PSU

You won’t need more than 650 watts of Power Supply for this Build. So we have chosen 650 Watts of PSU from Cooler Master. This one is an 80 Plus Bronze Certified Power Supply and is non-modular which means you will never have to worry about missing any cable as it comes with pre-attached cables. 650 Watt is enough to provide an efficient flow of power for our 4K video editing pc build.
  • 80 Plus bronze certified 
  • Non-Modular
  • 650 Watts of Power Supply

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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 these components 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. You’ll not get a 4k Gaming PC just by putting some ₹15,000 on a Custom Build. The performance of your pc will depend on how much you are investing, and in our case, it’s too low.
This is a Gaming PC Build, but not for high-end AAA Titles, you will be able to play only small games like DOTA 2, and PUBG Lite. Although, you can play CS: GO and Valorant with the least possible graphical settings, and still the FPS will not be quite impressive.
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.
We already do this in every of our PC Build Guide, but unfortunately not this time. As this is a cheap PC Build we can’t add a motherboard that is compatible with the latest Processors or Graphics Cards as that will make the build extremely out of budget.

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. 
However, this ₹15,000 Custom PC Build is capable of running almost all of your daily life tasks, and office work. You can also do simple photo and video editing with some simple and basic software, but don’t even try to run Photoshop or Adobe Premier without any standalone Graphics Card in this build. For high-end Photo-Video Editing check out our 4k Video Editing Build instead. 

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. Our Aercool RGB PC Case is not that good in terms of aesthetics but it’s the best you can get in this budget. There are many Stylish Cases available today – but you have to increase your budget to get one.

Overclocking

With the increase of Gaming trends, 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 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.

Optional Things

Note: These will raise the price of your build!

Operating System

You’ll definitely need an Operating System, Keyboard, Mouse and Monitor to use your PC Build. So here’s some OS, and Peripherals recommendations for your ₹15,000 Custom Gaming PC Build

Windows 10 Home

Windows 10 Home USB Flash Drive

Windows is currently the best Operating System for both Works and Gaming. Since Microsoft has stopped the support for Windows 7 which means Windows 7 is officialy dead now. Hence, we’ll be opting for a Windows 10 Home Edition for our Custom PC Build. For the best General Compatibility and Gaming experience, Windows 10 Home is your best option. If you already own a retail-bough Windows licence on another PC, you should be able to transfer it. We recommend using a Windows 10 USB Flash Drive to boot up your system as It allows you to install Windows directly from a Flash Drive, rather than needing a DVD drive, or you can buy a digital copy of Windows 10 from Microsoft Store

Keyboard & Mouse

Choosing the right Keyboard and Mouse is an essential part of building a pc, especially when it’s for Gaming. As you will be smashing your keyboard and mouse buttons rapidly and sometimes a little too hard. This could break your keyboard and mouse. Below is the monitor that might not be the best, but surely is perfect for this ₹15,000 Custom Gaming Build.

Zebronics Zeb Transformer Keyboard & Mouse combo

If you want to save some money while maintaining some RGB looks on your system, then this Keyboard & Mouse combo from Zebronics will be the best option for you. Both Keyboard and mouse come with RGB. The plastic quality isn’t quite impressive and the keyboard isn’t mechanical too. But considering the price, it is more than enough.

Monitor

The monitor is even more necessary than the keyboard & mouse as you’ll be looking at it for hours. So you have to make sure that your monitor is good enough to not damage your eyes in long run. Choosing the right one can be a tricky part especially when you are not up to date with the tech world.
So here’s our Recommendation of the Best Monitor for this ₹15,000 Custom Gaming PC Build.

Monitor: BenQ 21″ Gaming Monitor

The BenQ 21″ is a solid entry-level 1080p Gaming monitor and most importantly one of the best under ₹10,000. It should serve you perfectly fine in your desktop browsing and gaming experience.

Audio

Many monitors don’t come with any built-in speakers and if they do, they aren’t enough to support your gaming. You should at least have some Good Quality speakers or Headphones if you mostly play games on them. 

Headset: Redhgear Clock Wired RGB Gaming Headset with Mic

Redgear Cloak Wired Gaming will be the best choice for those who want a very nice pair of Gaming Headphones that are RGB as well. The headphone is operated on a USB, 3.5mm Jack, and comes with built-in RGB on both sides to maintain aesthetics. Moreover, the headphones do have a built-in Mic so that you can Voice Chat with your teammates in-game.

Price Focused Build Guides

Check out some of our Price-Focused custom PC Builds Given Below:

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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