We already have covered entry-level and mid range gaming PC builds, now it’s time for high-end PC which can game at 1440p highest preset at 60FPS easily.
Here are the list of PC parts used in our best gaming PC under 90000:-
Price – ₹17,050 (Link)
For the processor I have chosen the 3rd Gen Ryzen 5 3600 which is based on AMD’s Zen2 architecture which is currently using 7nm FinFet architecture.
The Ryzen 5 3600 is much more powerful and good in the gaming department unlike the previous Ryzen CPU’s which were made on older Zen and Zen+ architecture by AMD.
- It has 6Cores/12threads.
- The base clock speed of Ryzen 5 3600 is 3.6Ghz and it can boost up to 4.2Ghz.
- The total available cache is 35MB in which 2 MB is L2 cache and 32 MB is L3 cache.
- It supports PCIe 4.0 x16 which among the first in the market launched by AMD.
- The Default TDP is 65W.
Price – ₹7,000 (Link)
The motherboard for our best gaming PC under 90000 is Asrock B450 Pro4, and again I have also used this motherboard in earlier build.
The board is feature packed, I mean the hardware which are present on the board is quite good for the price and that is the reason I have chosen this board.
- 9 power phase design.
- Supports water cooling.
- It has 4x DIMM Slots for memory which supports up to 64GB of DDR4 memory with max frequency of 3200MHz.
- It has 2x PCIe 3.0 x16.
- 6x SATA Slots.
Price – ₹6,500 (Link)
I have already used this module in my previous build’s, the Adata XPG Gammix D30 is very good and cheap. I have chosen 2x8GB module so the total of 16GB memory and considering the budget and the Graphics Card we will need 16GB memory.
- The clock speed is 3000MHz.
- Latency is CL16-18-18.
- The core voltage is 1.35V.
- It comes with lifetime warranty.
Price – ₹42,000 (Link)
For the Graphics Card I am going with the Galax RTX 2070 Super EX (1-Click OC) 8GB, this card is almost equal to the Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 in terms of performance, which is way overpriced than this so arguably you can say that this is RTX 2080 in terms of raw performance.
So according to me the Galax RTX 2070 Super EX is the best bank for the buck as the performance is equally matched to the RTX 2080.So this card will be perfect for our best gaming PC under 90000.
- It has 2560 CUDA CORES.
- The max boost clock speed is 1815Mhz.
- The max boost clock speed can be bumped up to 1830 by using 1-Click OC method by installing Xtreme Tuner Plus Software.
- Memory Speed is 14Gbps.
- Memory interface Width is 256-bit GDDR6 and the memory bandwidth is 48 GB/sec.
- It has 3x Display Port 1.4 and a HDMI2.0b.
- The dimensions of this card with the bracket is 295x143x52mm.
- The dimensions without bracket are 285x127x52mm.
Price – ₹38,999 (Link)
The ASUS TUF Gaming X3 Radeon RX 5700 XT OC is the best alternative for the Galax RTX 2070 Super, as the performance is almost equal, I mean you can 5-8% here and there.
The price difference is the main factor and you considering the price point you can go with this card.
The motherboard we are using is b450 chipset based board which comes with PCIe 3.0 support so keep that in mind.
- It has 2560 stream processors.
- It uses PCie 4.0 connector which is faster than PCie 3.0.
- The card is having 8GB GDDR6 memory.
- The base clock speed of this card in Gaming Mode is 1650Mhz, but it can go up to 1795Mhz ~ 1905Mhz.
- The base clock speed in OC Mode is 1730Mhz which can go up to max boost clock speed of 1870Mhz ~ 1980Mhz.
- Memory Clock speed is 14 Gbps.
- Memory interface is 256-bit.
- Maximum display port this card can support is 6.
Price – ₹6,450 (Link)
For storage I have chosen an SSD and an HDD for, obviously without SSD the performance will be pathetic.
For SSD we are going with Adata SU650 480GB variant, in this build we are using the M.2 model as it will be on the board no wired connection will be needed so at least once cable will be hidden and make the build cleaner.
M.2 and normal 2.5” is same in terms of performance, it is normal M.2 SATA 3.0 based SSD, it is not NVME based M.2 SSD, so keep that in mind.
Price – ₹2,900 (Link)
For the HDD we are going with beloved Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200RPM, for the starting it will be plenty enough storage for this build. In future if you need more storage you can add more.
Specifications of both the storage solutions I have told you in earlier builds so go check that out.
This much of storage will be enough for our best gaming PC under 90000.
Price – ₹6,450 (Link)
For the power supply I am going with Corsair CX650M Semi-Modular PSU, as the name suggest it is a 650W PSU and will be enough for our need for this build and this will plenty enough for our best gaming PC under 90000.
- It is a 650W Bronze certified power supply.
- It has 120mm thermally controlled rifle bearing fan for cooling the components at max load.
- It can provide maximum power output at only 40 degree Celsius.
- 1x ATX connector
- 1x EPS connector.
- It has 4x 4-pin peripheral connectors.
- 2x PCie connector to connect graphics card.
- It has 6x SATA connectors for storage.
Price – ₹4,450 (Link)
For this build I have gone with Antec Dark Phantom DP501 (Black) case for our best gaming PC under 90000, in first impression damn this case looks stunning. For this budget I will recommend this case, if you are looking for a good and great looking case then go for it.
- It is a Mid Tower cabinet with a side tempered glass panel.
- Having PSU shroud.
- Comes with 120mm exhaust fan at the back.
- 2x USB 3.0 ports on the top of front panel.
- 2x 3.5” HDD slots.
- 4x 2.5” SSD slots.
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 5 3600||₹17,050|
|Motherboard||Asrock B450 Pro4||₹7,000|
|RAM||Adata XPG Gammix D30||₹6,500|
|Graphics Card||Galax Geforce GTX 2070 Super||₹42,000|
|SSD||Adata Ultimate SU650||₹4,299|
|HDD||Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM||₹2,900|
|Power Supply||Corsair CX650M||₹6,450|
|Case||Antec Dark Phantom DP501(Black)||₹4,450|
So this completes our best gaming PC under 90000, what do you think let me know in the comments below.