Best gaming pc under 70000 | October 2019
Interested in building a gaming pc and are wondering what can I get for under 70k that can run every AAA title at above 60 fps and ultra settings in 1440p? well, you are in the right place. With the 9th gen intel chips, processor speeds are skyrocketing especially the overclockable k series. These processors, when paired with a beefy RTX card, can provide some serious output. Let’s find out what we will use for this build!
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Parts for the gaming pc build under 70000
|CPU||Intel Core i5-9600K processor||21,080||AMAZON|
|GPU||GeForce® RTX 2060||26,753||AMAZON|
|STORAGE||WD 1TB & wd green 120gb||4,649||HDD & SDD|
|POWER SUPPLY||Corsair CP-9020098-UK VS Series||4,189||AMAZON|
|RAM||CORSAIR 16GB Vengeance||3,069||AMAZON|
|CABINET||Corsair Carbide Series||2,889||AMAZON|
CPU – Intel Core i5 9600K processor
One of the most important parts is the CPU and here we will be fitting in an Intel Core i5 9600K processor, it contains 6 cores and 6 threads for that multicore performance with a base frequency of 3.70 GHz and Max turbo frequency of 4.60 GHz along with 9M cache. It supports up to dual-channel memory and max memory bandwidth of 41.6 GB/s it also includes Intel® UHD Graphics 630. Overclocking this processor can lead to further improved frequencies. Basically, this processor is a beast and can run through any game like a lawnmower over grass.
GPU – GALAX GeForce® RTX 2060
With the all-new RTX GPUs, the RTX 2060 is one of the best when it comes to price to performance ratio and delivers great graphics and speeds compared to previous generations of cards. There was a time when graphics cards were touching mountain peaks when it came to pricing, the costs now are much lower and the performance provided is much better. It comes with dual 90 mm cooling fans that will make sure the GPU doesn’t overheat, contains CUDA Cores 1920, Boost Clock of (MHz) 1695, 192-bit GDDR6 Memory Interface, and Standard Memory Config of 6GB which is quite sufficient for all the AAA’s.
RAM – CORSAIR 16GB Vengeance
When it comes to ram, Corsair is one of the leading brands and puts out great products with even better price tags. The Corsair 16 GB Vengeance LPX DDR4 of 3000MHz provides a great frequency and is of CL16 type hence reducing the power usage by 30%-40%, there is XMP 2.0 support for trouble-free automatic overclocking. This makes sure that multitasking is a breeze.
CABINET – Corsair Carbide Series CC-9011050-WW
Corsair is an all-rounder with pc components and the carbide series of cabinets specifically the CC series provides great space for the motherboard and all components.
It is a mid-tower steel gaming case that comes for a great value. The cabinet contains seven PCIe slots with room for long graphics cards up to 420 mm long, Dust filters for front and PSU intake, USB 3.0 front port with internal connector, and Large side panel window. Corsair overall provides good airflow and is perfect for our build.
POWER SUPPLY – Corsair CP-9020098-UK VS Series
This power supply is of 650 watts to provide more than enough power to all our components, comes with 0.99 active power factor correction, The 120 mm fan is thermally controlled, so it only spins at maximum speed when it’s pushed hard, the VS series provides 85% efficiency, hence this is a great power supply for our build.
MOTHERBOARD – Gigabyte GA-B250M-D2V
This motherboard has been chosen as it is easily compatible with our processor, comes with Dual Channel Non-ECC Unbuffered DDR4, 2 DIMMs, Audio Capacitors and Audio Noise Guard, GbE LAN, based on Intel B250 Express Chipset. 2 x DDR4 DIMM sockets supporting up to 32 GB of system memory, Dual channel memory architecture Support for DDR4 2400 / 2133 MHz memory modules and 1 x PCI Express x16 slot, running at x16 2 x PCI Express x1 slots.
HARD DRIVE – WD 1TB & wd green 120gb
Here we will use WD green 120 GB SSD and 1TB HDD. The SSD provides a great experience when it comes to loading time and shutting downtime of windows, windows loads within 8 seconds on an SSD. SSD can read sequential data at a speed of about 550 megabytes per second (MBps) and write it at 520 MBps a fast HDD can put out only 125MBps. We use standard 1tb HDD from WD which comes in at 7200 RPM and is sufficient for storage.
Additional Accessories – WIFI – Dongle
As our motherboard does not come with any WIFI adapters, we will have to use an external WIFI dongle to search and connect to a WIFI signal. You can try a USB wifi dongle from TP-link which is budget-friendly and provides speeds up to 150mbps.