Best Value Gaming PC build in India under 1 lakh (October 2022)

Building a PC is fun but the inflated graphics card took all the fun out of the PC building. Well, graphics card prices are down to normal, almost. It’s been more than a year and the price still hasn’t come down to base MSRP but there are many who can’t wait any longer, including me. …

Best Value Gaming PC build in India under 100000 (August 2022)

Building a PC is fun but the inflated graphics card took all the fun out of the PC building. Well, graphics card prices are down to normal, almost. It’s been more than a year and the price still hasn’t come down to base MSRP but there are many who can’t wait any longer, including me. 

Nevertheless, it’s still a good time to build a new PC. The build featured here is made for both 1080p and 1440p gaming and made to be relevant even after a few years. No matter if you are an Intel fan or an AMD fan, we got 2 different builds for you.

If you are looking for a PC that can play all the games at 1080p and 1440p with high fidelity, here is a PC build under 100000.

Processor – AMD Ryzen 5 7600


Quick Specs

  • Cores: 6
  • Threads: 12
  • Base Clock: 3.8GHz
  • Boost Clock: 4.7GHz
  • Overclocking: Yes
  • L3 Cache: 32MB
  • Max TDP: 105W
  • PCIe 4.0, Lanes: 20
  • Good performance or 1440p gaming
  • Overclockable
  • Power efficient
  • No Cooler included

Ryzen 7 7600 is the most affordable Zen 4 processor from AMD. It is a 6-core processor apt for 1080p/1440p gaming. It is efficient and offers good performance for the price.

The best thing about the Ryzen 5 7600 is its price and upgradability. Although it has lower multi-core performance than Intel i5-12600k and i5-13600K, it has a better price and for gaming, it doesn’t bottleneck even the like of RTX 4080.

Plus, you get a Wraith CPU cooler in the box which works well given its efficiency. Nevertheless, it is a great performance processor which goes perfectly with the GPU we are pairing it with.

Intel Alternative Processor – Intel i5 12600

Intel Core i5-12600

Quick Specs

  • Cores: 10 (6P cores, 4E cores)
  • Threads: 16
  • Base Clock: 3.7GHz (2.8GHz for E-cores)
  • Boost Clock: 4.9GHz (3.6GHz for E-cores)
  • Overclocking: Yes
  • L3 Cache: 20MB
  • Max TDP: 150W
  • PCIe 5.0, Lanes: 20
  • Good performance or 1440p gaming
  • Combination of P-cores and E-cores
  • eGPU
  • Not power efficient

While this processor performs slightly better than the Ryzen 5 7600, it is held back because of limited upgradability on the platform and a slightly higher price. However, 14th gen Intel processors might be supported on the same platform, but it needs to be officially confirmed as it releases later this year.

Intel i5-12600 supports both DDR4 and DDR5 which can flexibility in choosing a lower price of DDR4 or performance of DDR5 memory. If you prefer Intel processors, you can choose this processor for this price or even choose i5-12600K for a slightly higher price.

Motherboard – MSI Pro

MSI Pro B650M-A WI-Fi Budget motherboard for Ryzen 5 7600X

Quick Specs

  • Form factor: ATX
  • Memory support: 4x DIMM, up to 128GB, up to DDR4-4733
  • Expansion slots: 1x PCIe 4.0 x16, 2x PCIe 3.0 x16, 1x PCIe 3.0 x1
  • Storage: 2x M.2, 6x SATA 6Gbps
  • Networking: No Wi-Fi, Intel 2.5Gb ethernet, 
  • Bluetooth: No
  • Rear USB: 2x USB 3.2 Gen 2, 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1, 2x USB 2.0
  • Good VRAM cooling
  • 2 M.2 slots
  • ARGB control
  • No Wi-Fi or Bluetooth is inbuilt

This is an inexpensive choice if you want to save some money on the motherboard. It is a micro-ATX board with all essential features, enough storage, and decent quality but doesn’t have a PCIe 5.0 for storage.

With 2 expansion slots, 6 storage expansions, and adequate USB, this is a good value motherboard. While it lacks a USB Type-C port, it ticks all other boxes, from expansion to ARGB control.

If you are looking for a different motherboard, here is a guide for you to choose the right motherboard for you.

Processor Alternatives

  • ASUS TUF Gaming B550M-E
  • Gigabyte B550M Gaming (Budget Option)
  • ASUS Prime B550M-A WIFI II (With Wi-Fi and Bluetooth)

Graphics Card – RTX

RX 6700XT is an good 1440p gaming graphics card

Quick Specs

  • GPU Cores: 4,865
  • Base Clock: 1,410MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1,665MHz
  • TFLOPS: 16.2
  • Memory: 12GB GDDR6
  • Memory Clock: 14GT/s
  • Memory Bandwidth: 384GB/s
  • Bigger memory of 12GB
  • No DLSS support

RX 6700XT is an amazing card which can play both 1080p and 1440p quite well. AMD cards are cheaper than their Nvidia counterparts. AMD cards also have more memory than Nvidia cards making them more useful in some game titles that need more memory.

RX 6700XT is a good choice at this price for a capable gaming PC. It is capable of playing games at high settings even at 1440p. It can even run games at 4k given that you use optimised settings or use upscaling like FSR.

Processor Alternatives

  • Nvidia RTX 3060Ti

Memory – Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-3600

Corsair Vengeance 3600MHz RAM is a good balance bwetween performance and price

Quick Specs

  • Capacity: 2x 8GB
  • Speed: 3600MT/s
  • Timings: 15-17-17-35
  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Low latency
  • Best price-to-performance ratio
  • No fancy RGB

The primary target for gaming memory is DDR4-3000 or above, with as minimal CAS latency as feasible while being reasonably priced. Extreme memory makes little sense for general construction, but with DDR4-3600 packages it strikes the balance between price and performance.

RAM Alternatives

  • Thermaltake Toughram Z-ONE RGB 3600MHz (RGB option)
  • TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB 8GB DDR4 3600MHz (White Option)

Primary Storage – Western Digital Blue SN750 500GB M.2

Western Digital is a reliable storage brand

Quick Specs

  • Capacity: 500GB
  • Interface: M.2 PCIe Gen3 x4
  • Sequential IO: 3500/2300MB/s read/write
  • Random IO: 360K/390K IOPS read/write
  • Good value
  • PCIe 3.0 is slower than PCIe 4.0

It’s a PCIe 3.0 m.2 SSD which is not top performing SSD but it is reliable and is a good value for the price.

Storage Alternatives

  • Adata XPG Gammix S50 Lite 512GB M.2 NVMe Gen4 SSD
  • Western Digital Black SN850 500GB Gen4 M.2 NVMe Internal SSD

Power Supply – EVGA 750 BQ 80+ Bronze Semi-Modular


Quick Specs

  • Output: 750W
  • Efficiency: 80 Plus Bronze
  • Connectors: 1x 24-Pin ATX, 1x 8-Pin (4+4) EPS12V, 4x 8-Pin (6+2) PCIe, 6x SATA, 4x Molex, 1x Floppy
  • Modular: Partial

      The power supply is critical, and you don’t want to compromise on it. EVGA’s power supply has a strong and well-deserved reputation, and the 750BQ is reasonably priced and achieves 80 Plus Bronze efficiency.

      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.

      I also prefer modular power supplies if feasible. It implies reduced cable clutter inside the case because you don’t have to store unneeded cords. The leftover cables must instead find a home in your closet.

      Storage Alternatives

      • CORSAIR RM650 80+ GOLD 650W, Fully Modular (Gold rated and Fully Modular option)
      • Corsair CV650 650W 80 Plus Bronze PSU (Budget option)

      PC Case – Cooler Master Masterbox K501L RGB (ATX) Mid Tower Cabinet

      Coolermaster KL501 is a good budget case

      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

      The most important thing to look out for in a good case is the airflow. Having a mesh in the front is a standard feature to look out for. Also, look for cases with pre-installed fans if you are on a budget. 

      Coolermaster Masterbox K501L is a compact ATX cabinet which looks good and offers good airflow.

      PC Case Alternatives

      1. Lian Li LANCOOL 215x
      2. Cooler Master MasterBox TD300 Mesh

      CPU Cooler – Thermaltake TH 360 ARGB Snow Edition AIO Liquid Cooler / Noctua NH-L9I Chromax Black CPU Air Cooler

      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.


      ProcessorAMD Ryzen 7 5800X26,566
      MotherboardGigabyte B550M Aorus Elite11,800
      Graphics CardRX 6700XT41,299
      Power SupplyEVGA 750BQ 750W6149
      CabinetCooler Master Masterbox K501L3699
      MemoryCorsair Vengeance 3600MHz (8GBx2)5658
      Primary StorageWestern Digital SN750 500GB M.2 NVMe SSD4000
      CPU CoolerNoctua NH-L9i Chromax Pure Black 92mm / Thermaltake TH 360 ARGB Snow Edition AIO Liquid Cooler3299 / 8199

      You can use alternatives listed under each category to adjust your budget. The build listed here is made for value 1440p gaming. Most of the games can run at high settings with this PC build.

      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.