Best Gaming PC Under 25000 In India | December 2019

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The components for Best Gaming PC Under 25000 In India are:-

ryzen 3200g(best gaming pc under 25000)
Ryzen 3 3200G

The best processor for this is the 2nd Generation Ryzen 3 3200G which is an APU (launched along with 3rd Gen Ryzen CPU’s).

 This is a 3rd Gen APU but actually it is based on older architecture i.e., the Zen+ architecture so doesn’t expect that it is as much as good the Zen2 based chips but is fairly good for this price range.

This processor is best if you are planning to best possible gaming pc under 25000 INR.

Specifications

Ryzen 3 3200G is based 12nm FinFet technology and comes with 4Cores/4Threads with a base clock speed of 3.6Ghz and it can go up to 4Ghz which is it’s Boost Clock Speed with a TDP of 65W.

Talking about Cache Memory it comes with L1 Cache of 384K, L2 is 2MB, and L3 is 4MB which pretty good considering the price point.

It is unlocked APU, so if you overclock it, you will get definitely good performance but I have not included an overclockable board because it was going out of budget.

Talking about inbuilt GPU which Vega 8 Graphics with 8 cores and 1250Mhz of GPU clock speed.

Gigabyte GA-A320M-S2H
Gigabyte GA-A320M-S2H

The motherboard I have chosen is Gigabyte GA-A320M-S2H which is an entry-level A320 Chipset board and it will get the job done.

Specifications

  • 2x DDR4 slots for memory, with a max capacity of 32GB.
  • Supports dual-channel memory architecture.
  • Max speed of memory supported is 3200Mhz.

Slots for expansion

  • 1x PCIE3.0 x16 slot
  • 2x PCIE2.0 x1 slots

Connector for storage

1x for M.2 connector for SSD’s and 4x SATA connectors 6Gb/s for SSD’s and HDD’s.

USB Connectors

  • Onboard there are 2x USB 3.1 Gen1 port for fast storage read and write speed for internal USB header.
  • 6x USB 2.0 ports for in which 4x ports are available through are available by the front panel connectors and the other 2 are on the back panel.

Back Panel Connectors

  • 4x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Ports.
  • 2x USB 2.0/1.1 Ports and the rest are audio jacks RJ45(Ethernet Port) etc.
Adata XPG D30 Gammix 8GB RAM

As you all know that AMD uses Infinity Fabric system interconnect architecture due to which it is much more dependent upon memory speed than its Intel counterpart.

In simple words the more the speed of RAM is more the performance it will give.

Because of this, I have chosen Adata XPG Gammix D30 this RAM is clocked at 3000Mhz and is compatible with Ryzen platform, because of 3000Mhz speed you can get pretty good performance from the APU.

ADATA SU650
ADATA SU650 SSD

I have chosen Adata Ultimate SU650 240GB, this is the only SSD I have found that has 3D NAND which can give a better life for this SSD.

It has 550/450 MB/s read and write speed so that you can load your favorite apps and games faster.

Power Supply – Antec BP450P (Link)

 Antec BP450P
Antec BP450P

The power supply that I have selected is Antec BP450P, which is a 450W PSU so that every component runs without any issues.

A 450W PSU is plenty enough for this build as this build does not contain a dedicated Graphics Card.

Specs

As I have already told you it is a 450W PSU which comes with a 120mm fan for cooling its components and it has 3 years which is quite good considering the price point.

Case – Ant Esports Ice 200TG (Link)

Ant Esports Ice 200TG
Ant Esports Ice 200TG

Cases are a personal choice you can buy any case of your choice but for this build, I have chosen the Ant Esports Ice 200TG.

Talking about this case believe me in this price range it has the best build quality you will get, and it has tempered glass and a full-length PSU shroud, what else do you want.

It has a front side RGB effect and also comes with a pre-installed 1 RGB fan at the backside.

ComponentsPrice
Processor ₹ 8430
Motherboard ₹ 3950
RAM ₹ 3069
PSU ₹ 2250
SSD ₹ 2400
Case ₹ 2879
Total ₹ 22978

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