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Budget Gaming PC Build Guide

Budget Gaming PC Build Guide

Budget Gaming PC Build with Great Performance at a Low Price

Building a gaming PC on a budget doesn't mean compromising on performance. For under 60,000, students and budget gamers can assemble a powerful machine. This guide explores how to create a budget gaming PC without breaking the bank, featuring components such as the MSI motherboard, AD's Radeon RX6 500HD graphic card, and Kingon's value RAM. The focus is on an Intel and AMD combo, providing an excellent balance of cost and performance.

Installation and Setup of the Budget Gaming PC

Mounting the motherboard is the first step in our build process. Using the MSI case with six pre-installed AGB fans ensures optimal cooling. We'll also discuss the correct installation of a liquid cooler, the importance of applying the right amount of thermal paste, and the technique for screwing components with minimal pressure to achieve optimal performance.

Graphics Card and Power Supply Unit Installation

For graphics-intensive games, installing AD's Radeon RA 6500 KT graphic card is a game-changer. Paired with AAI's 550 Watt 80 Plus Bronze PSU, this budget gaming PC build promises excellent performance. We'll cover the entire setup process, including how to manage common issues like missed connections, ensuring a successful build.

Storage and Gaming Performance

Kingon's NV2 AVM SSD is a star performer in our budget build. It offers fast read/write speeds and is robust in gaming tests with titles like Cyberpunk 2077, GTA 5, and Valorant. We'll delve into its performance in video editing and gaming, highlighting how it supports frame rates ranging from 40 to 60fps in AAA titles and up to 250 fps in games like Valorant, all under $1000.

Upgrade Options and Overall Performance

This budget build is not just about immediate gratification. It's also future-proof, with options to upgrade to 32GB RAM. We'll explore how this upgrade enhances performance for gaming and video editing. Additionally, we'll discuss the lifetime warranty of the In Short King's budget version, including its high scores in benchmarks and suitability for software like Adobe.

Comprehensive Component List and Pricing

Finally, we'll provide a detailed list of all the components used in this budget gaming PC build, including the MSI motherboard, Kingon's NV2 AV AD, case, cooler, graphic card, and PSU. With a total cost ranging from Rs. 55,000 to Rs. 60,000, this build is accessible for most budget gamers and students.

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