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First the Processor - The heart of the PC. For this I have chosen the Ryzen 5 1400 which has 4 cores and 8 threads and comes along with AMD's wraith stealth cooler. It has a base clock of 3.2 GHz which is overclockable upto 3.4 Ghz but I would suggest you to get an aftermarket cooler if you like a lot of overclocking. The current price of this processor ia about 12,749 rupees.
Second comes the Motherboard - For this my suggestion will be the ASUS B350M-K which is an overclackable motherboard. It has 2 RAM slots which supports DDR4 type memory of 32GB total with maximum 3200 Mhz each. It has 4 USB 3.0 ports-2 each for the front and back, 6 USB 2.0 ports-2 at the back panel and 4 in the middle of the board, 4 SATA ports, 1 PCI express slot for the gfx card and a M.2 support in both SATA and PCI express mode. If you want to know more about M.2 refer to the links in the description. Current price of this motherboard is 6,300 rupees.
Next Up is the RAM for which i took an 8GB module of XPG z1 series by ADATA. It has a speed of 2400Mhz which is fair enough. 8 gigabytes of RAM is currently the maximum memory you would need to run most of the games. And if you do a lot of creative stuff such as designing and redndering you can upgrade to another 8GB module antyime. Current price of this ram stick is 4,400 rupees.
Storage - Storage is more of a cliched one here because there is no other hard drive available at this price point which provides such reliability like the legendeary Western Digital Caviar Blue 1 terebyte . But if you want your system or games to load faster you can opt for a solid state drive by going for a 500GB hard drive or maybe you can stick to the 1 terabyte hard drive and go for a solid state drive later. Current price of WD Blue 1 terabyte is 3,450 rupees.
Graphics Card - This is a tricky part because no matter what graphics card you choose people will slam you for being a fanboy. As this is a budget build and we are on a tight budget so every penny matters. The zotac pascal series gtx 1050 2gb gddr5 mini fits perfectly with this build but it doesn't support SLI which means you cannot link multiple cards with it. The current price of this lil beast is around 9000 rupees. Since this graphic card is from Zotac, you get a warranty for five freakin years. BUT If you are a radeon guy you'd need to shell out 750 bucks more and go with the MSI RX 460 2GB GDDR5 OC edition. This gfx card supports cross fire-x which is the same as nvidia's SLI technology but you will get the usual warranty of 3 years.
Power Supply - I have seen people buying cheap power supply units and regretting it after a few days because their PC got damaged due to a short circuit or some other power supply problem. That's because the motherboard had an overdose or shortage of power from the SMPS which is a key component of PC building. So, stop buying cheap power supply units. My suugestion for this build would be the corsair VS450 which is more than enough for this build but make sure to buy a better one if you are upgrading to a graphics cards which is worth more than 15,000 rupees.
Lastly - the Cabinet - Budget builds generally don't have good looking cabinets but still I managed to squeeze in this sexy black and red themed cabinet from circle which kind of matches with AMD's colours. The model number is CC819 and it is a micro ATX cabinet so it is fully compatible with the motherboard we have chosen. It comes with 2 USB2.0 ports and 1 USB3.0 port in the front. On the inside it has 3 3.5" bays for the hard drive, 2 2.5" bays for solid state drives and 6 PCI slots for SLI or crossfire. The supported length for the gfxcard, cpu cooler and water cooler are 360 160 and 120 millimetre respectively. It also has two 120mm red led fans each for the front and back which look dope.
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