40000 Rs Gaming PC Build including Monitor and KBM

40000 Rs Gaming PC Build including Monitor and KBM


Hey Guys , Welcome to Gamer’s Depot.Its been
a long time since I did a video, sorry for that and also From a long while you people
have wanted a complete PC Build. You wanted my build to include a monitor , keyboard and
mouse. Some of you also indicated that you have a budget of around ₹40000 for the complete
PC.I already did a ₹40,000 PC Build without the Monitor and Keyboard Mouse.Check that
out from the links that just imerged.You guys intended this to be a gaming PC. You also
said I could spike up the budget a bit as ₹40000 was quite a restricted of a budget
which I found difficult to get a good gaming PC along side a 1080p monitor and keyboard
and mouse as you guys insisted. That ₹40000 PC Build that I did earlier was not that difficult
cause by including the peripherals it was a ₹50000 PC.This one is strictly ₹40000.
So here we go. for the processor I picked the AMD FX 4300. This is an Quad core processor
by AMD.For this restricted budget couldn’t include a hexa or Octa core AMD processor
and certainly not an i5, so had to pick the 4300.This processor will game fine at 1080p
at medium to higj settings at a stable 30fps for most games if combined with a good enough
graphics card.As this processor is clocked at 3.8 Ghz , its speed is just as fine and
at a measly price of ₹6500 it is the best gaming processor you can pick.So moving on
to the RAM.I picked a KINGSTON HyperX Fury 8GB stick for this build. Couldn’t go less
than 8 gig for a gaming PC nowadays when all game recommend 8 GB and some games like Star
Wars battlefront require 8GB minimum. Also couldn’t afford a 16GB in such a restricted
budget , the HyperX RAM are always good and reliable , you can pick these rams for 3 thousand
Rupees.On Amazon it is on for 2 and a half thousand , you can check them out , I ve mentioned
links to all parts in the description.To be specific these are DDR3 RAM working at 1866
MHz , this RAM stick has one last feature of looking plain fabulous. Next moving on
to the Motherboard, I picked the Asus M5A78L-MLX3 Motherboard working on the AM3+ CPU Socket
just as we need with a 4300.This Motherboard is quite cheap , comes at just above 4k , its
a decent motherboard with 2 RAM slots supporting upto 16GB and 1866Mhz memory. Also it comes
with USB 3.0 and PCI Express 3.0 slots ,also SATA 6Gb/s ports, so all in all for this amount
of money this is the best motherboard you can get. Next moving on to the Graphics Card,
I picked the most popular Nvidia graphics card after the GTX 970, yes I am talking about
the GTX 750ti , yes its a bit cheap and last generation but for around 10k its the best
you can get, and please dont believe the myth that Nvidia graphics card dont work well with
AMD CPU’s , they actually do ,this graphics card at 10000 rupees has 2 GB of VRAM that
is fairly good , is compatible with the PCI Express 3.0 slot and is a decent graphics
card for this budget , for 10k this is enough money you should spend for The GPU in a gaming
PC of 40,000 rupees. Next onto the Hard Drive , I picked the Western Digital Caviar Blue
1 TB SATA 6 Gb/s Hard Drive. For games these days going for anything less than a terabyte
is risky , these days games come at 50GB and stuff, to accomadate you steam library , this
is the ideal Hard Drive available for 3-4000 Rupees.Next for the cabinet , I went with
The Antec VSK-4000-U3. This case at just under 3000 Rupees is a steal deal , it has 1 120mm
fan , USB 3.0 slots and it is of The ATX form factor. With features comparable to the Spec
03 , this cabinet at a couple thousand rupees cheaper than it should be the best choice
for this build. To go along with this build , we can easily go with a less wattage PSU
as we included a less power hungry Nvidia graphics card and this build mostly uses less
power hungry parts.So I picked the Corsair VS450 Power Supply , it is a 80+Bronze Certified
Power Supply with a maximum load of 450W. I calculated what you will need for such a
build , the result was anything above 319W, so this Power Supply is quite accurate.Now
moving on to the monitor , you people requested for a 1080p monitor , so I picked the BenQ
GW2255 21.5-inch HD LED Monitor. 21.5 inches are good enough for gaming , its as I said
1920 by 1080p monitor with a response time of 5ms which is fairly good , for this PC
you won’t notice a difference between 5ms and 1ms so theres that. While this monitor
also has the BenQ EyeCare technology with it. Let me assure you BenQ is one of the most
trustworthy brand for monitors , I ve had two BenQ monitor , both worked dine with no
problems at all. To finish this build up I would bring the Keyboard Mouse Set by Logitech
named Logitech MK200 . It is a wired set and for 800 rupees you cant go wrong with it,
with 3 year hardware warranty this is quite trustworthy, I would suggest sticking to wired
keyboard mouse as with wireless ones which are cheap latency issues are common and while
gaming latency issues are the things that suck the most. So to conclude this build come
out to be just so slightly under the budget , go and buy a headphone with it.Thanks for
sticking around with us till the end.For links to any parts mentioned in the video , check
out the description.Do subscribe to the channel for more awesome videos.Check out the Assassins
Creed Syndicate and Witcher 3 Gameplay I did with my GTX 970 , also do tell me in the comments
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