Budget PC Gaming Build (Around 45000 INR)

Everybody loves gaming but let’s just face it, not everyone has the budget to build a great gaming PC (including myself). So this time around, we took the budget bar and brought it down a few more notches. We have prepared a PC build using a list of components that sum up around 45000 INR mark and manages to obtain respectable FPS in all games, given your willingness to crank some eye-candy options down by a bit (budget, remember?).
We went with Ryzen 5 this time because it’s probably a smarter buy than a Core i5 as of now. It can handle 1080p gaming reasonably well and it does work better in other non-gaming or productive work as well, offering the ease to do more with your PC.

Monitor, Peripherals, sound systems are excluded in the build as usual. So let’s take a look at how you can join the wonderful masterrace without breaking the bank:

The Build


Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 1400

Base Clock: 3.2GHz
Boost Clock: 3.4GHz
4 Core 4 Threads with Unlocked Multiplier
TDP: 65W

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AMD Ryzen 5 1400



Motherboard: ASUS PRIME B350M-E

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RAM: Kingston HyperX FURY DDR4

Quantity: 8GB (2x4GB for dual channel) 2133MHz


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Kinston HyperX Fury DDR4



Storage: Western Digital Blue

Quantity: 1 Terabyte

7200 RPM SATA 6Gb/s
3.5″ form factor

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Graphics Card: Zotac GTX 1050 Ti 4GB GDDR5 OC Edition

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Zotac GTX 1050 Ti OC Edition



PSU: Antec VP-450P

Active PFC
450W Rated Power

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Antec VP-450




Cabinet: Corsair SPEC 01

Dual 5.25″ optical drive bays + Four 3.5″/2.5″ combo drive bays for SSDs/HDDs
Dust Filters for front and PSU intake
Five fan mounts (2 top, 2 front and single rear)
GPU supported length up to 420mm
Subtle spacious cutouts for cable management

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Corsair Spec 01



A few final words…

So there you go, pair it with a 1080p monitor and some necessary accessories, install Windows 10 and load up your games and you’re good to go! All of this adds up around 45000 INR with a bit of north-south depending upon changes in pricing. For the budget, this combination of affordable yet capable hardware is sure to provide some really enjoyable gaming experience (remember, ease up on those fancy settings a bit). Needless to say anything above 1080p will not be as pleasant on current game titles.

And if this wasn’t enough, we plan to do an even lower budget friendly build once Ryzen 3 launches. If you have a slightly lesser budget constraint, check out our Ryzen build below 60k INR HERE.

If you wish to purchase you can do so through the links given below the title. Also, we will be back with more builds soon so for every budget so keep an eye on Tech Syndrome for more stuff. Happy gaming people!