Best 4K Gaming PC build under 1.5 lakh (July 2023)

Here’s a value 4K gaming PC build under ₹1.5 lakh

4K gaming build under 1.5lakh

4K gaming can get pretty expensive but with the right build, you can improve its “value”. With the release of high-end RTX 40 series cards, there are some compelling options for a 4K gaming PC build.

There are multiple good configurations to consider at this price. If you need some adjustments based on price or preference, consider alternatives.

This PC build is meant for true 4K gaming at high settings focusing on a longer lifecycle. Here is the best 4K gaming Pc build under 1.5 lakh.

Processor – AMD Ryzen 7 7700


Quick Specs

  • Cores: 8
  • Threads: 16
  • Base Clock: 3.8 GHz
  • Boost Clock: 5.3 GHz
  • Overclocking: Yes
  • L3 Cache: 32MB
  • L2 Cache: 8MB
  • Default TDP: 65W
  • PCIe 5.0, Lanes: 24
  • Best value mid-range processor
  • Great power efficiency and runs much cooler than the competition
  • Lags behind the i5-13600K in terms of productivity performance in multi-core performance (because of fewer cores)

AMD Ryzen 7700 is a great processor for a value 4K gaming build. For gaming, it is important that the processor doesn’t bottleneck the GPU even with high-end cards. While it may perform slower than the Ryzen 7900X3D or Intel i9-13900K, it doesn’t hinder the GPU performance in any way.

The best thing about the Ryzen 7700 is that it sits perfectly in terms of price and gaming performance. For the price, it provides top-notch performance all while being better at power efficiency than all the competition.

Ryzen 7700 can also gain performance uplift by turning on Precision Boost which lets the processor draw more power. For gaming, there is no better processor in this category than this in terms of the sheer “value” it provides.


Although you can opt for alternatives like Ryzen 7 5800X3D although you will be on an older AM4 platform. It can also make your build a little cheaper because of less expensive B550 motherboards and DDR4 memory.

The Intel alternative can be an i5-13600K which performs similarly in gaming but trumps the Ryzen 7700 in productivity performance. Intel i5-13600K also has the option for DDR4 memory and relatively cheaper motherboard options, making it more cost-effective.

Motherboard – MSI Pro B650M-P DDR5


Quick Specs

  • Form factor: mATX
  • Memory support: 4x DIMM, up to 192GB, up to DDR5-6000+ (OC)
  • Expansion slots: 1 x PCIe 4.0 x16, 1 x PCIe 4.0 x4, 2x PCIe 3.0 x1
  • Storage: 2x M.2 PCIe 4.0 x4
    4x SATA 6Gbps
  • Bluetooth: No
  • Rear USB: 4x USB 3.2 Gen1 Type A, 3x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type A, 1x USB 3.2 Gen2x2 Type C
  • Reliable mid-range board
  • Ample USB ports
  • AMD motherboards are expensive in the current market even with B-class boards

MSI Pro is a good, reliable mid-range motherboard with all the required features for a good PC build. Although it is expensive, this is the cheapest board that you can have right now. With 6 SATA ports, 2 M.2 slots, you get plenty of storage units and with more than 8 USB ports, and good VRM cooling, this motherboard is a great choice for a build like this.

If you need help with choosing the right motherboard for your PC build, check out this guide.

Alternative motherboards

  • Gigabyte X670 AORUS ELITE AX (For AMD 7000 series, premium)
  • MSI B550 Pro (For AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D)
  • MSI PRO Z690-A DDR4 (For Intel i5-13600K, overclocking)
  • MSI MAG B660M MORTAR DDR5 (DDR5 option for Intel)

Graphics Card – Nvidia RTX 4070 (12 GB)


Quick Specs

  • CUDA Cores: 7680
  • Base Clock: 2.31 GHz
  • Boost Clock: 2.61 GHz
  • Memory: 12GB GDDR6X
  • Memory Width: 192-bit
  • Offers good 4K gaming performance
  • Faster GDDR6X memory
  • Good ray tracing performance
  • Good power efficiency
  • Currently, a sligtly expensive
  • 12GB VRAM can be limiting in some games at 4K

RTX 4070Ti is one of the rare cards in the RTX 40 series that has some decent value. For 4K gaming, RTX 4070Ti is a worthy card that performs better than RX 6900XT, AMD’s previous-gen flagship.

Although the price is quite high, it does offer great performance. It has good raster and ray-tracing performance. However, its 12GB VRAM can be limiting in some games when playing at 4K. Depending on the title, RX 6900XT might be a better option because of the 16GB VRAM.

RTX 4070Ti is also significantly better in power efficiency compared to RX 6900XT, RTX 3090, and others in this class.

GPU alternative

RX 6900XT is an equally good value card but is slower than RTX 4070Ti by around 12%. But, it is also ₹10,000 cheaper. If the price is of utmost concern to you, RTX 6900XT is good to consider. It has more VRAM than RTX 4070Ti which is increasingly becoming an important factor. If ray tracing isn’t too big of a concern, RX 6900XT is a great alternative to the RTX 4070Ti for a value 4K build.

Check out: Best PC build under ₹1,00,000

Memory – TeamGroup T-Force Vulcan (16GBX2) DDR5 6000MHz

TForce Vulcan DDR5 memory

Quick Specs

  • Capacity: 2x 16GB
  • Speed: 3600MT/s
  • Timings: 16-20-20-38
  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Low latency
  • Best price-to-performance ratio

    6000MHz is the sweet spot for Ryzen 7000 processors just like ow 3600MHz was a sweet spot for Zen 3 processors. While T-Force is a basic-looking RAM, it does its job well with the CAS latency of CL38.

    Also Read: Is DDR5 upgrade worth it now?

    Alternative for memory

    • Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR5 5200MHz (x2 for 32GB)
    • Gigabyte AORUS Memory DDR5 32GB (2x16GB) 5200MHz

    Primary Storage – Samsung 980 Pro NVMe 1TB SSD (Gen 4)

    Samsung 980 Pro 1TB gen4 SSD

    Quick Specs

    • Capacity: 1TB
    • Interface: M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4
    • Sequential IO: 7000/5900MBps read/write
    • Random IO: 1000K/1000K IOPS read/write
    • Good value
    • Not te

    Samsung 980 Pro may not be the fastest Gen 4 SSD but it is good enough for a build like this and decent read/write speeds.

    Power Supply – EVGA SuperNOVA 850 GT 850W 80+ Gold Fully Modular

    EVGA SuperNOVA 850 GT 850W 80+ Gold Fully Modular

    Quick Specs

    • Output: 850W
    • Efficiency: 80 Plus Bronze
    • Connectors: 1x 24-Pin ATX, 2x 8-Pin (4+4) EPS12V, 7x 8-Pin (6+2) PCIe, 9x SATA, 3x Molex, 1x Floppy
    • Modular: Modular
    • Fully-modular power supply

      The power supply is critical, and you don’t want to compromise. EVGA’s power supply has a strong and well-deserved reputation. This series is a great PSU choice with 80 Plus Gold efficiency and doesn’t cost a lot.

      Most power supplies from the top names are typically excellent, but we wouldn’t invest your money into anything with a guarantee of fewer than five years or an efficiency rating of less than Bronze.

      EVGA 850GT is a fully-modular Gold-rated power supply and it is perfectly fine for this PC build.



      Quick Specs

      • Weight: 4.86kg
      • Dimensions: 49.10cm x 20.00cm x 45.10cm
      • Front Ports: 1x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1, 1x 3.5mm Audio Jack, 1x 3.5mm Mic Jack.
      • Preinstalled Fans: 1x120mm in front, 1x120mm in rear
      • Good value
      • Cable management can be a bit tricky
      • No fan hub

      Some alternatives

      • MSI MAG Forge M100A
      • Asus TUF GT301
      • Corsair 4000D Airflow
      • Fractal Pop Air Mini

      Cooling – MSI MAG Coreliquid M240 ARGB All In One 240mm CPU Liquid Cooler (Black)/Noctua NH-L9I Chromax CPU Air Cooler


      Quick Specs

      • Material: Aluminum block
      • Dimensions: 277 x 120 x 27mm

          For cooling your processor, you have the option to choose between an air cooler or a liquid cooler. Liquid Cooler is more expensive but you get fans along with the radiator which spares you from spending on case fans. Plus, it looks cool!

          Air Coolers like Noctua perform really well and if you are on a tight budget, using an air cooler is better. Since Ryzen 7700 runs really cool, you can also use just the stock cooler.


          ProcessorAMD Ryzen 7 770027,225
          MotherboardMSI Pro B650M – P DDR514,200
          Graphics CardNvidia RTX 4070 Ti74,900
          Power SupplyEVA SuperNova 850GT8,800
          CabinetLian Li Lancool II7,700
          MemoryTeamgroup T-Force Vulkan DDR5 6000Mz (2 x16GB)9,500
          Primary StorageSamsung 980 Pro 1TB Gen 48,640
          CoolingMSI MAG Coreliquid M240 AIO7,550

          You can use alternatives listed under each category to adjust your budget. The build listed here is made for value 4K gaming. This PC build can run any modern game at the highest settings.

          Online shopping is convenient but buying some of the components like processors and graphic cards in offline stores in cities like Bengaluru, Mumbai and Delhi will be cheaper.

          If you want to build an even better, more powerful PC for gaming, check this for the best-value PC under 70000.

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