Best Gaming PC Between 50-60K in March 2017

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Are you looking to build the best Gaming PC between 50K to 60K that can run the latest games? Or need a strong PC for great Video editing experience and other work stuff? Well, then you have arrived at right place.

With this March 2017 PC build, you can multiply your productivity and gaming experience to several folds. Every component that has been selected fits perfectly in the budget and has the every reason to be there. The combination of 6th Generation i5 and GTX 1050 Ti/ 1060 ensures that there will be no bottlenecking.

 

CPU: Intel® CoreTM i5-6402P Processor (6M Cache, up to 2.8 GHz)

If you’re wondering why a 6th generation CPU, this is because it’s 7th generation equivalent costs almost 4K more with very slight improvement.

Cost: 14K

 

MotherboardGigabyte GA-H110M-S2 Socket LGA 1151 Motherboard (Black)

Cost: 4.3K

 

RAMHyperX FURY Black 8 GB 2133MHz DDR4 Non-ECC CL14 DIMM Desktop Memory (HX421C14FB/8)

Cost: 4.5K

 

GPU: Zotac GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OC Edition 4GB PCI Express Graphics Card

OR

Zotac Geforce GTX 1060 6GB DDR5 AMP! Edition IceStorm Cooling

Cost: 14.3K/25k

 

HDD/SSD:
WD Blue Desktop 1TB Internal Hard Drive (WD10EZEX)

OR

Kingston SSDNow UV400 240GB SATA 3 2.5″ Solid State Drive (SUV400S37/240G)

Cost: 3.7K/5.8K

 

PSU: Antec BP450PS 450 Watt SMPS

Cost: 3K

 

Cabinet: Circle Gaming Cabinet CC 821 without SMPS (with 3 LED FAN)

Cost: 2.8K

 

Monitor: LG 22MP58VQ 21.5-inch LED Monitor (Black)

Cost: 8K

 

Keyboard & Mouse: Dragonwar Storm Gaming Keyboard & LED Mouse Combo

Cost: 1K

 

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If you already own a monitor and Keyboard/Mouse then it would reduce the cost of this build by 9K.

Now you would need to pay only 46.7K for this awesome build. Sounds great, right?

Total Cost:

With Monitor + GTX 1050 Ti = Rs. 55.7K (HDD) / Rs. 57.7K (SSD)

Without Monitor + GTX 1050 Ti + HDD = Rs. 46.7K

Ultimate build: Without Monitor + GTX 1060 = Rs. 57.7K (HDD) / 59.7K (SSD)

 

Also, keep digging up for deals and discounts, you might buy all these stuff even cheaper.

So, what do you think? Is it the best gaming PC at this price?

Will you go for it or is it worth to wait for AMD Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3? Do share your views in the comments.

For any queries, feel free to comment below. I’ll solve them as soon as possible.

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