TechArx Build Guide : ₹ 90,000 Gaming Build

We are back again with another build guide !

This time, we are going for a ₹ 90,000 core build that is targeted for gamers who want smooth and silky 60 Frames per second when playing the latest games.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at our build.

Note : All prices are as of 22nd May 2016. The Monitor and keyboard mouse combo is NOT a part of the core build.

Motherboard

ASUS H170-PRO Motherboard

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Price- ₹ 10600

Processor

Intel Core i5 6500 3.20 Ghz Turbo Boost to 3.60 Ghz

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Price- ₹ 15700

RAM

Corsair Vengeance 16GB( 2x 8GB) DDR4 2400MHZ

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Price- ₹ 5950

Cabinet

THERMALTAKE VERSA N25

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Price- ₹ 3350

Graphics Card

Asus STRIX-GTX970-DC2OC-4GD5

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Price- ₹ 28100

Hard Disk

WD 1TB Black WD1003FZEX

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Price- ₹ 6,254

Power Supply

THERMALTAKE SMPS G 650W

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Price- ₹ 8670

CPU Cooler

Corsair Hydro Series H60 CPU Cooler

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Price- ₹ 5600

Case Fans

Thermaltake RIING 12 Series x2

 

Price- 1200×2 = ₹ 2400

Monitor

BenQ 24″ GW2470H FULL HD LED

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Price- ₹ 10840

Keyboard + Mouse 

Cooler Master Devastator Gaming Gear Combo

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Price : ₹ 2,990

We finished the core parts comfortably within our budget at ₹ 86,624, and ₹ 1,00,454 with the monitor and k+m combo included.

Conclusion

We opted for a non K processor because this game is primarily targeted for gamers who want maximum performance out of the box, and prefer a balanced system. We went with the i5 6500, because this chip manages to chug out 60 frames per second without bottlenecking the system, on the GPU side the 970 manages to hold out pretty well when it comes to 1080p managing ultra settings most of the time without breaking a sweat.

We also went with a liquid cooler for this system, because long term gaming sessions produce a lot of heat that can damage and reduce the life cycle of the components.

For RAM, we went with the Corsair Vengeance DDR4 2×8 kit because Corsair makes excellent durable memory kits that have excellent performance, DDR4 is also future proof and with prices dipping to more ‘buy’-able ranges the Vengeance was a no brainer.

Storage is important for any gamer, and the 1 TB WD Black ensures that you have space to store all your favorite games.

A PSU should always be given the most priority, since they are responsible for powering the entire system. A reliable PSU with high efficiency should always be the target of any build, and the G650w from the house of Thermaltake is an excellent PSU that is gold rated, managing to tick a lot of checkboxes on our list.

The GW2470H monitor is a FHD monitor and has excellent viewing angles, perfect for 1080p gaming.

No gamer is complete without a good keyboad and mouse, the Devastator combo packs in two great products from Cooler Master, so that your kills are high and deaths low.

Finally, a cabinet is always important as a properly designed tower ensures proper airflow and therefore, a well cooled system. The Versa N25 is an excellent case and thus perfect for housing our system.

So that’s all for folks, next up on the menu ? an enthusiast build with a budget of 130k and an overclockers starter build. Keep an eye on our site for updates !

 

Suvoparno Banerjee

Suvoparno Banerjee

Student , Gamer , Blogger , Audiophile .