Best Gaming PC under Rs. 50000 ($750) 2018

We all know that how costly building a gaming PC is getting day by day. Gamers are really having a tough time coping up with the increasing prices of the PC components. Nobody knows when the prices are going to drop but if we are in an urgent need for a PC now we cannot sit and wait for a year for the prices to go down right? So we have to do with whatever is available within our reach. Here is another budget Gaming PC build that according to us is the Best Gaming PC under Rs. 50000 ($750) for 2018.


Best Gaming PC under Rs. 50000 ($750) 2018





GIGABYTE GA-AB350M-HD3 is the cheapest B350 motherboard that is available in the market. With it’s support up to 32gb 3200mhz dd4 memory and overclocking capabilities, it is the best motherboard that is available at this price point. You are getting USB 3.0 ports and multi-gpu support. What else could could you demand? You can easily overclock your ryzen processors on this motherboard and the process is as smooth as butter.

Graphics Card

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini


The most important component of this build. The reason why we are calling this a “gaming PC” in the first place. The GTX 1050 ti has become a common choice all over the world when it comes to building budget PCs. The price to performance ratio is great on this card. And the most amazing aspect is that this card delivers all that power without the help of a 6 pin power connector. Just place it on your motherboard and you are good to go. Even though the prices of all the variants of the GTX 1050 ti has increased quite a bit, it is still manageable.


AMD Ryzen 5 2400G


This processor is one the newest additions to the Ryzen family. AMD launched this APU alongside with the Ryzen 3 2200G and after using the processor in one of our personal builds for almost a week, we can say that even though this is an APU, this beats every single Ryzen CPU that fall below the Ryzen 5 1600 fair and square. Click here to check out the full overview of the Ryzen 5 2400G.


ADATA DDR4 2400MHz (4GBx2) AD4U2400W4G17-R

Now, the reason why we went for two 4gb ram sticks instead of a single 8gb is that the Ryzen 5 2400G will gain a huge boost in performance if you are rocking a dual channeling or a multi-channeling setup. You can get up to 60% increase in performance when compared to a single ram stick. Even tough this might cost you a bit more, it is totally worth it.

Power Supply/SMPS



A pretty basic choice. 500 watts, 80 PLUS 230V Standard certified, single +12V rail design, warranty of 3 years and Thermaltake is a well known brand. So you can go with this PSU with your eyes closed. We have been using this PSU on one of our personal rigs for almost a year now.

Hard Drive


This is not a high budget build so obviously we won’t include a SSD here. So we decided to go with a pretty basic 1 tb HDD. This HDD from Western Digital with speeds up to 7200 rpm fits really well in this build.





You can choose any cabinet according to your convenience to be honest. But Corsair 100r is the cheapest cabinet with a transparent side panel that is available at this price point, from a named brand which would grant you perks regarding the after sales service.

That’s all folks!


  1. Mitesh September 27, 2018
    • Shoaib Ahmed September 28, 2018

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