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PC Configuration under 20000

Over the past few years I've suggested and written articles upon various PC configurations for a variety of price sections but I noticed that many of us need a very basic computer especially those with a very tight budget or for those who just want their first PC or a PC for their kids to polish their skills upon.

So today we'll come to a PC configuration that'll cost you just around Rs. 20000!
Below are the hardware that we'll use and yes I've personally tested this configurations so you can buy them as they are mentioned over here:

Intel 3.06 GHz LGA 1156 Core i3-540 Processor: Rs. 5000

This is the basic Intel processor i3 but packs a lot of performance and is ideal for basic to medium usage ranging from office work to medium gaming. Key features
  •     32 nm Manufacturing Process
  •     3.06 GHz Clock Speed
  •     Intel HD2500 Graphics
  •     73 W Maximum Thermal Design Power (TDP)
  •     64-bit Architechture
  •     Desktop Processor
  •     2 Cores

Intel Original Motherboard DZ68AF LGA1155: Rs. 3700

Manufactured by Intel this is the cheapest yet the most performance oriented motherboard available in the market today. Key features:
  • Max Memory support- 32GB
  • Upto 1066Mhz Frequency support
  • Dual Channel Memory support
  • PCI-eX16 port for easy GPU installation
  • 4XUSB 2.0
  • 3 years warranty

Transcend DDR3-1333 DDR3 4 GB PC DRAM: Rs. 2094

A trusted brand and a lot of performance at a very reasonable price. Best part all the stats are very commonly available so you can upgrade the RAM easily with another module fitted in the one un-used slot on your motherboard. Key feature:
  •     DDR3-1333
  •     DIMM Memory Module
  •     240-pin Configuration
  •     9 CAS Latency

 Seagate Barracuda 500GB Desktop Internal Hard Drive: Rs. 2900

Not much to be said as the brand says it all. Key features:
  • 3.5 inch Form Factor
  • SATA 6.0 Gbps Interface
  • 64 MB Cache Memory
  • 7200 RPM Spin Speed
  • Average Seek Time - 9.5 ms (Write)
  • 1 TB HDD
  • 300000 Load / Unload Cycles

Intex Ripple with 450W SMPS inbuilt: Rs. 1200

This is a mid-tower cabinet with a 450W SMPS inbuilt that gives more than enough output for all the above mentioned components. Has provision for a 120mm exhaust fan at the back and a 80mm fan on the side panel along with its 80mm fan built into the SMPS. This is more than enough to keep anything available in this range cool.

Asus DRW-24D3ST DVD Burner Internal Optical Drive: Rs. 975

I know we guys in India still use optical drives so here is one that's both good on the price tag as well as performance. Key features:
  • SATA Interface
  • 48x CD-R Write
  • 5.25 inch Form Factor
  • 24x DVD Write

LG E1642C 15.6 inch LED Backlit LCD Monitor: Rs. 4600

A brand that i personally trust and use, LG. This is a nice little monolithic design monitor that looks both brilliant and performers more than any other in this price range. Key features:

  • 1366 x 768 pixel Resolution
  • 5000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 15.6 inch LED Backlit LCD Display
  • Brightness: 250 nits
  • HD Display

So this was the best PC configuration that you can get in Rs. 20000. Keyboard-mouse combo and speakers can be any and depend on your personal preferences.
Note: Add the cost of OS to the above configuration or download Ubuntu OS for free.

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106 comments:

  1. Hey mate I need your help my budget is around 50k can you suggest me config as per my budget.
    My first priority is editing on Photoshop n after effects n after that is gaming. (Gta-V , fifa )
    I made a rough list have a look :

    1. Processor : Intel core i5 4460 / 4440
    2. Motherboard : Asus b85m-g / gigabyte dh3
    3. Ram : hyper x 8gb / gskill sniper f3 8gbsr1
    4. HDD : ???
    5. Graphic card : r9 270x 2gb / GTX 750 Ti / GTX 960
    6. PSU : ???
    7. Cabinet : antec x1-t ..
    Waiting for your response

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    1. Hello,
      You've decided some what the right parts so nothing much is needed to be changed over here though the right choices will be as follows:
      1. Processor : Intel core i5 4460
      2. Motherboard : Asus b85m-g
      3. Ram : gskill sniper f3 8gbsr1 (4+4) Dual channel
      4. HDD : Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM
      5. Graphic card : Asus Strix GTX 960
      6. PSU : Corsair VS550 550 Watt
      7. Cabinet : antec x1-t

      If you are getting all this withing 50K then its a very good deal indeed, if you still have some extra cash left then invest in a 64GB SSD as that'll help you load up files faster while working on Photoshop or After Effects plus the processing time would be greatly reduced.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  2. From where to buy can you please suggest?

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    1. From an online retailer since the prices are quite low over there in general but also check once with your local dealers sometimes some particular component is cheaper in the local market.

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  3. Hey friend I need ur help my budget is 25k can u suggest me configuration within my budget priority is gaming (gta 5)

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    1. Hello,
      Your budget is quite low but we can still build a system that can run most of the games along with GTA V at respectable settings. The configuration would be as follows --

      CPU: Intel i3 4150 Rs 8500
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-S1 Rs 3700
      RAM:Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 (4+4) Rs 3400
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Graphics Card: Sapphire AMD/ATI Radeon R7 240 with Boost 1 GB DDR5 Rs 5000
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      This configuration will run most of the games at high to medium settings on 720p resolution.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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    2. Hi can u suggest me whether and A8 7600 process is good....

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    3. Hello,
      The AMD A8 7600 is a decent CPU but in the present time if you just want something for gaming then the i3 6100 is a better option over the 7600 due to better performance and easy future upgradability since the FM2+ platform is nearly dead.
      So if you already own a motherboard that supports the A8 7600 then go for it otherwise look at the i3 6100 or something similar.

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  4. Hi Vishvesh, I am looking for a PC under 20k for office use predominantly and light gaming. Appreciate it if you can suggest the specs.

    Regards,
    Kadhir

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    1. Hello Kadhir,
      Well for 20K I can surely suggest you a configuration that will more than take care of all your mentioned needs.
      The configuration would be as follows --

      CPU: Intel i3 4150 Rs 8500
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-S1 Rs 3700
      RAM:Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 (4+4) Rs 3400
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Graphics Card: Sapphire AMD/ATI Radeon R7 240 with Boost 1 GB DDR5 Rs 5000
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      This will cost you around 25K and is worth spending that 5K more for a very competitive build but still if you are tight on budget then swap the followings -
      RAM: ZION Gaming 8GB (4+4) DDR3 RAM Rs. 2600
      Graphics Card: Sapphire AMD/ATI HD6450 2GB DDR3 Rs 3400

      This will bring the price well withing your budget since market prices tend to be lower than what I've coated here.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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    2. Thank you Vishvesh. I shall check with the dealers here

      Regards,
      Kadhir

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  5. Hi vishvesh,

    Im plannig to buy gaming pc , need your help , Well for 25 k will I get a decent gaming PC?? If yes pls let me know the configuration. And with that configuration is it possible to play games like GTA v ,fifa 16 etc Eagerly waiting for your response. Note:I m not planning to buy monitor.

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    1. Hello,
      Well 25K is not a very good budget for a Gaming PC but we can still manage some good parts in that which will work nicely for these games, the PC would just lack multitasking abilities like any video conversion in the background etc but for sole gaming it will get the job done running them at respectable settings.
      The configuration would be as follows --

      CPU: Intel i3 4150 Rs 8500
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-S1 Rs 3700
      RAM:Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 (4+4) Rs 3400
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Graphics Card: Sapphire AMD/ATI Radeon R7 240 with Boost 1 GB DDR5 Rs 5000
      Case/PSU: Any 450W from iBall or Zebronics

      You ca nrun most of the games at high settings with this and GTA V would run at medium settings due to it being very much resource intensive.

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  6. Thanks a lot mate!! Few more queries , nvidia or AmD which is better in terms of graphics card. And if I go for Intel i5 will it make difference?? Thanks

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    1. There is no clear winner between AMD or nVidia in the near 5K division but yes if you are aiming for a card which goes near or over 10K then nVidia has better options in form of the GTX 750ti or the GTX 950.
      Obviously the i5 4440 or the i5 4460 will make a huge difference in performance so if you can add another 4K to the budget for the CPU then go for the i5 4440 instead.

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  7. Am going to start my own internet cafe and am looking to build Pc's in the cheapest range possible. Am not sure about the budget but please add Monitor too while mentioning the list if you can. try to make it as cheap as possible as it will be used for commercial use.

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    1. Hello,
      Since its for a Cyber Cafe so the specifications would be at a bare minimum for daily & mild use with scope for future upgrades if required.
      The configuration would be as follow --

      CPU: Intel i3 4130 Rs 7500
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-S1 Rs 3700
      RAM: Hynix 1333MHZ 4GB DDR3 Rs 800
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics
      Monitor: AOC 15.6 inch LED Backlit LCD Rs 3800

      This will be more than enough and will cost you roughly 24K tops with the highest possible market prices in India.

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    2. Thank you soo much.I will now be able to choose better. And should i buy Asus Optical drive or Sony? And a Smps with 450w or 500w?

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    3. And please suggest me a Asus motherboard in place of Giga. Am a too loyal customer for Asus mobs. Thanks in advance.

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    4. Optical drive can be any since they really don't have much difference if you are buying one from a reputed brand.
      I'd say you get 500W of PSU if there isn't much of a price difference since that'll allow you to a budget graphics card in future if required to any of your systems to turn it into a moderate gaming PC for customers.
      If you want Asus then the Asus H81M-CS is a good alternative to what I've suggested.

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    5. Thank you once again. already bought the monitors :)

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    6. Vishvesh sorry to bother you again. But the guys from the store is suggesting to use AMD PROCESSORS AND CHIPSET. As it will cut the cost. Can you suggest a AMD configuration?

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    7. Hello,
      An AMD will definitely cut cost but will diminish any hopes for a future upgrade if required.
      The one I've suggested you is with the LGA 1150 socket which has a plethora of processors to choose and upgrade from whenever required saving you the cost of a new motherboard in the due process whereas all the present AMD processors including the most powerful ones have the AM3+ socket which has no future road map for new processors so for any substantial upgrade a new processor along with a new motherboard would be required.
      So its up to you if you plan to use your system strictly for office and day to day work then AMD would be fine but if you plan to upgrade any of your systems in the future then Intel is the better option as of now.

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  8. Hi guys, I want to buy a PC for my office work like Android development and also for media consumption and gaming like FIFA, NFS.. not heavy games though. I would like to have intel i5 processor. Can u please suggest me best configuration at low prices.my budget is under 25k. Appreciate if the total comes below that also.

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    1. Hello,
      For 25K the best configuration that will fulfill all your requirements should be as follows --

      CPU: Intel i5 4440 Rs 12000
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-S1 Rs 3700
      RAM: Hynix 1333MHZ 8GB DDR3 (4+4)Rs 1600
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Graphics Card: Zotac nVidia GT 730 1GB DDR5 Rs 5000
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      If you want a full PC configuration then add the following to it by subtracting the graphics card:
      Monitor: AOC 15.6 inch LED Backlit LCD Rs 3800
      Keyboard/Mouse: iBall Superio Rs 900

      Feel free to ask nay further questions.

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  9. Hi vishvesh,

    Need your help ! Please comment

    Im planning to assemble pc only for gaming ,but before i do ,pls clarify this --->Will I able to run the new games on high quality with the below PC specifications. (Games example FIFA 16,17 or GTA v , mafia 3 etc)


    i5 4460
    Gigabyte H81M gaming 3 motherboard
    Zotac ddr5 2gb 730
    1 tb seaget
    8 GB ram.

    Thanks in advance

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    1. Hello,
      This is a mismatched gaming configuration to be true since you've paired a powerful processor which is obviously needed for such games with a weak graphics card which is the most important component for running games even more than the processor.
      I suggest that you get the Sapphire RX 460 2GB DDR5 instead since its quite better and can handle these games at respectable settings.

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    2. Thanks a lot for correction mate. Well I'm new to this PC world. Really appreciated for your guidance . one more query , what would you suggest from NViDia gpu model in replacement of sapphire RX460 2Gb.??? Any good option available in nvidia for the same specifications as rx460 .

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    3. Its alright that's the reason why I'm here to help.
      To be true no nVidia Graphics Card can beat the RX 460 for that price point, you can go for the GTX 960 but then the RX 470 is better than that at the same price.
      The RX series from AMD is very competent and moreover future proof with support for newer technologies aswell.

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  10. If it is that the case Surely will go for AMD !! Thanks a lot buddy.

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  11. Hi Vishvesh,

    Please suggest me a Gaming CPU stricly under 30k. Only CPU rest i will manage seperately

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    1. Hello,
      Well for 30K the below configuration will do just fine for gamin purpose --

      CPU: Intel i5 4440 Rs 12000
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-S1 Rs 3700
      RAM: Hynix 1333MHZ 8GB DDR3 (4+4)Rs 1600
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Graphics Card: Zotac nVidia GTX 750Ti 2GB DDR5 Rs 10000
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      This is the best you can get for the buck and will work great for gaming.

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    2. I suggest that if possible do increase your budget a little and go for the AMD Radeon Sapphir RX 460 2GB DDR5 Graphics Card at 12K since its very very competent and you won't regret the extra buck.

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    3. Hi Vishvesh,


      Got my pc. Thanks alot for your help.

      will share the complete price nd pics on fb soon.

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    4. Hey! Really happy to hear that, congrats for your new PC.
      Do share the pics would be eagerly waiting....

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  12. Hi Vishvesh,

    Please let me know if this configuration is good. Please suggest a GPU aroung 6000.

    i5 4460
    Asus b85m-g
    1 tb seagate
    4 GB ram
    GPU..?
    PSU..550 Watt

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    1. Hello,
      Everything seems good but the RAM is a bit low I suggest you increase it to 8GB since that's the bare minimum for gaming and other graphics intensive work.
      Graphics Card for 6K can be the Zotac nVidia GT 730 2GB DDR5 which is good enough for gaming but don't expect it to be very competent since its an entry level card.

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    2. Thanks Vishvesh.

      1 more question wat is the major difference b/w Asus b85m-g and Gigabyte GA-H81M-S1.

      I will surely go for 8 gb.

      Do i need to purchase a good psu or any 550+ watt can work fine. Well suggest any.

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    3. A lot actually.
      The Asus B85M-G has four DIMM Slots supporting upto 32GB of memory and comes with 4 SATA 3 connectors and 4 USB 3.0 ports onboard. Also there is HDMI and DVI port for display out.
      Whereas the Gigabyte GA-H81M-S1 will offer you only two DIMM slots for a totla of 16GB memory, 2 SATA 3 ports and 2 USB 3.0 ports with only a D-SUB ports for display out.
      The display ports are not that big of an issue if you are using a discrete graphics card but the rest of the features do make a difference especially the DIMM slots since one might want to put four RAM sticks in future.
      Otherwise both motherboards are very well build and have no issues as such.

      A 550W PSU is more than fine for your build just get it fro ma reputed brand like Antec or Corsair especially the Antec VP series are very good for the budget range.

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    4. Thanks alot Vishvesh !!

      Finally got my PC.

      Final Build:-
      Intel i5 4460
      Asus b85m-g
      1 tb seagate
      8 GB ram HyperX 1866(I doubt if it is compatible with my MOBO, thought evrything is working fine for now.)
      Antec x1-t
      GPU Zotac nVidia GT 730 2GB DDR5
      PSU..500 Watt


      Please suggest a good UPS for my PC also.

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    5. Hey!
      Happy to hear that! Congrats on your new PC do share the pics on my Facebook page if possible.
      The memory will work fine don't worry but not at the full 1866Mhz since the motherboard can't support that high frequency.
      For the UPS you can simply get the Intex Protector 725 nothing too high end or fancy is required.

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    6. hi vishvesh,


      i am still confused in selecting UPS...as per the shopkeeper if i have 500 watt smps it cannot run on intex protector 725. they said i need to go for 800 VA ups.

      kindly suggest

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    7. The Shopkeeper is correct about the 500W PSU but what he is overlooking over here is that your system total power consumption even under full load is not above 210W so though a 800VA UPS would do just fine and provide you with more than enough headroom to upgrade in the future but right now its a sheer waste of money.
      So if you are getting a very competitive deal on the 800VA UPS then only opt for it or else go with the 725 as it has 360W of output and can support any major upgrade in your system for the next year or two.

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    8. Thanks vishesh,

      Purchased intex 725 for Rs.1420. working fine with my system.

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  13. Hey vishvesh i need ur help.i wanna build gaming pc under 30k configuration has follows- suggest me if u hav ur own
    Intel i3 6100 or pentium G4400
    Gigabyte H110 motherboard
    Kingston hyperx 8gb dddr4 ram
    WD 1 tb hDD
    Graphics card GT 730 ddr5 or Gtx 750ti
    Monitor 19.5

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    1. Hello,
      I would go with the Intel i3 6100 as the CPU over he other.
      out of the two cards you've mentioned the GTX 750Ti is the better one but since it costs near 10K I would suggest that you please try to add another 1.5K and get the Sapphire RX 460 2GB DDR5 instead since its way more competent and future proof.

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  14. Thanx vishvesh
    As u recommend me rx 460 when i asked to retailer he told me it is not yet in d market.
    So if i go with Gtx 750 ti
    What will be best Mfg. For this Gpu.like
    Zotac
    Gigabyte Oc
    Asus oc
    Msi oc

    Which one is better?

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    1. Well the RX 460 is available almost everywhere now.
      Here is the link to two of the trusted sites in India for IT hardware.

      http://mdcomputers.in/graphics-card/sapphire-graphics-card-rx-460-4gb-ddr5.html

      http://www.primeabgb.com/online-price-reviews-india/rx-460-icooler-oc-2gb-graphic-card-hs-460r2scnr/

      So I advice you to again rethink before buying an old card like the 750Ti.
      But to answer your question the Gigabyte OC is something that I trust since I've used it also. So that's my pick out of the above mentioned list.

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    2. Thanx for your suggetion. But still i confused for GPU. What about GTX 950? Will it better than Rx 460

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    3. The GTX 950 is expensive and still old and not better than the RX 460.
      What exactly is your confusion about? I might be help you with that.

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  15. Thanx alot Vishvesh.
    I will definitely going to buy Your recommended Gpu.
    Once again thanx buddy

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    1. Anytime man.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  16. Which will be the best motherboard for intel g4400 processor

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    1. Hello,
      The Gigabyte GA-H110M-S2 Motherboard shall be the best one for this processor. Its quite cheap & has all the features commonly needed.

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  17. Will this configration and price is ok for Home computer
    1. Intel CORE i3-4150 3.5 GHz CACHE-3MB
    2. GIGABYTE H81 M.BOARD
    3. GIGA LAN
    4. INTEL HD GRAPHICS (1GB)
    5. 4GB DDR3 RAM
    6. 1000GB (1TB)HDD
    7. iball/circle Keyboard
    8. iball/circle opti. Mouse
    9. ATX Cabinet
    10. 18.5 inch LG LED Moniter
    All worth Rs.23000/-

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    1. Hello,
      Yes this is a good configuration for home & office use. You can increase the RAM to 8GB by adding another stick of 4GB DDR3 into the mix if you can afford it within your budget as its good to stay future proof.
      Rest is all good.

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  18. I need a nice pc assembly which can go well in multimedia and gaming. My budget is rs 25000. Please reply soon.

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    1. Hello,
      You have a very tight budget but still we can get the following configuration in that --
      CPU: Intel Core i3-6100 3.70 Rs 9400
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H110M-DS2 Rs 4300
      RAM: Corsair 4GB DDR4 2133MHz Rs 2400
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Graphics Card: Zotac Geforce GT730 2GB DDR5 Rs 5200
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      This is the best & latest you can get in this budget. The above configuration would suffice all your needs. If you want anything better than kindly raise your budget.

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  19. Hello,
    I want a good configuration for 20k, Mainly for office use(Ms Office) and designing software coreldraw. Would appreciate if you could help me.
    Thank You

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    1. Hello,
      For 20K you can get a future proof configuration for your work and that would be as follows -
      CPU: Intel Core i3-6100 3.70 Rs 8900
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H110M-DS2 Rs 4200
      RAM: Corsair 4GB DDR4 2133MHz Rs 2400
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      This shall work flawlessly for your office & Coraldraw related designing work.

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  20. I want to build a pc for basic programming(java,c-language),developing rom for smartphones,flashing etc.I had the cabinet, i need other components.Please suggest me best configuration under a budget 5000!
    edit :mention processor name,best ram (name),mother board

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    1. Hello,
      You have a very tight budget of just Rs 5000 in which you require a CPU, Motherboard, RAM and I suppose a hard drive aswell.
      I'll recommend a configuration which is as cheap as possible but will be fit for your requirements:
      CPU:AMD A4 4020 Rs 2400
      Motherboard: Gigabyte F2A68HM-S1 Rs 3900
      RAM: Symtronics 4GB DDR3 Rs 1000
      HDD: Western Digital Caviar Blue 320 GB Rs 1350

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    2. Thank you ,I've wanted to gift my cousin a pc .that's the reason why I mentioned low budget.

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    3. That's alright I understand.
      What I've mentioned is as cheap & competitive as it can be for that price point so do give it a thought.

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  21. HI Vishvesh,

    Looking for a Home Purpose PC with Medium Gaming purpose Feature Budget under 20K or 20k with keyborad and all features. Please let me know the configurations that i can go for thanks for the blog.

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    1. Hello,
      For this budget & use I'd suggest that you go for the following -
      CPU: Intel G3240 3.1Ghz Rs 4800
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-S RS 3799
      RAM: Transcend JetRam 4GB DDR3 Rs 2100
      HDD: Western Digital Blue 1TB Rs 3300
      Case/PSU: Any iBall or Intex Rs 1100
      Monitor: LG 16' LG16M37A Rs 4500
      Keyboard-Mouse: Gamdias GKC 100 Gaming Combo Rs 1100

      This would be a nice configuration to take care of all your need & even upgradable for the future.

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  22. Hai Vishvesh first of very thxs ur dng gr8 job
    I am looking for a Home PC under 20k for Heavy browsing and Ms Office use light gaming vicecity cricket ... please suggest me good configuration for use 5 next years

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    1. Hello,
      Thank you so much for the appreciation.
      Since you want just the PC configuration without any peripherals for around Rs 15K I suggest that you opt for the following --

      CPU: Intel G3240 3.1Ghz Rs 4800
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-S RS 3799
      RAM: Transcend JetRam 4GB DDR3 Rs 2100
      HDD: Western Digital Blue 1TB Rs 3300
      Case/PSU: Any iBall or Intex Rs 1100

      This configuration would cost you around the same price leaving enough to add a monitor and keyboard-mouse combo. Its good for MS Office and web browsing and has provision for adding components in future if required for easy upgradability.

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  23. Vishvesh thxs alot for helping ....
    Intel G3240 btr or Intel Pentium G4400
    Segate harddrive btr r WD Blue

    i use desktop daily 18hours

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    1. The G4400 is a bit better than the G3240 but the main reason to buy it, if you cab get it at a competitive price, is that its a gen ahead of the G3240 so its a bit more future proof plus easier to upgrade in future.
      If you plan to get it then replace the mentioned motherboard with the Gigabyte H110M-S2 motherboard it'll cost you around Rs 4,800
      Seagate HDDs are good no doubt but recently the batches being shipped have reported faulty units at large so I'd suggest a WD Blue for current builds.

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  24. RAM: Transcend JetRam 4GB DDR3
    I have littile bit doubt on Transcend is it work fine i checked best Ram brand name but its not in list littile bit confused system speed depend on RAM thats way asking sorry for asking
    How Corsair 4GB DDR4 ram works

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  25. Did Corsair 4GB DDR4 2133MHz works with above configuration
    Please suggest me i will take with only ur suggestions tomorrow i am going to buy as per ur configuration sorry for troubling

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    1. Transcend is not a bad brand if you are on a budget but since you are willing to spend a little extra over your budget then go for the ASUS H110M-C motherboard along with a G.Skill Ripjaws V 4GB 2400Mhz or the HyperX FURY 4GB 2133Mhz memory kit which ever you can get cheaper since they both are priced equally. Corsair Vengeance 4GB 2133Mhz DDR4 kit is also good but is priced higher with similar performance so the Kingston and G.Skill offerings are a bit better in comparison.
      If you can afford then buy two sticks to have a total of 8GB for future proofing or else 4GB would also do fine since your is mostly office & web browsing work.

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  26. Hi brother can u suggest me a pc in 20k I need only cpu(cabinet).And I want to play games on it like gta5, watch dogs, csgo and I also want to use camstaisa, photoshop, song Vegas, Plz bro suggest me fast plzplzplz

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    1. Hello,
      For 20K you can get the following configuration -
      CPU: Intel Core i3-6100 3.70 Rs 8900
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H110M-DS2 Rs 4200
      RAM: Corsair 4GB DDR4 2133MHz Rs 2400
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      Now since this build lacks a graphics card you'll need to buy a graphics card atleast the GT 730 2GB DDR5 to play games like GTA V on respectable settings or run programs like Sony Vega since they rely heavily on CPU and GPU power.
      I don't recommend lowering the CPU or anything else as that build would be both outdated and sub power for your required work.

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  27. I'm looking for a PC under 20k for gaming mainly.
    Any suggestions??
    Games like GTA 5 etc

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    1. Max price will be 25k

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    2. Hello,
      In 25K you can get the following -

      CPU: Intel Core i3-6100 3.70 Rs 8900
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H110M-DS2 Rs 4200
      RAM: Corsair 4GB DDR4 2133MHz Rs 2400
      Graphics Card - nVidia GT 730 2GB DDR5 Rs 4500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      This configuration would let you play games at decent frame rates but I still suggest that you increase you budget a bit and get one more stick of 4GB DDR4 RAM and increase the graphics card to atleast the RX 460, RX 550 or the GTX 1050 mini to get the maximum of of your PC by minimal increase since the games you plan to play are very resource intensive and need good hardware.

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  28. Hi. I want to assemble a gaming pc in which i can run games of about 20-25 gb smoothly. My budget is 20k. I've got some configuration. Plz correct me if need.
    Motherboard - asus tech.
    Processor- intel i3 4th/5th gen
    RAM- 4/8 gb of corsair
    Graphic card- N-Vidia 2 gb graphic card
    With asus tech
    Not planned for monitor & hard disk
    I'm just a beginner in computer tech so please suggest me.
    Thank you in advance.

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    1. Your budget is a bit low for your requirements and you at least need to spend around 25K for the below configuration which is the bare minimum for your usage.

      CPU: Intel Core i3-6100 3.70 Rs 8900
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H110M-DS2 Rs 4200
      RAM: Corsair 4GB DDR4 2133MHz Rs 2400
      Graphics Card - MSI GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 Rs 4500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      Now this is what you will need if you are aiming to run latest or upcoming games at respectable setting anything lower would be a bottleneck or fail to run such games in the first place.
      Kindly increase you budget slightly to make your investment worth it.

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  29. Hi. I'm about to taking a laptops and i'm in a great confusion between this 2 laptops. Can you plz help me to decide?.
    Only purpose with normal work and gaming of about 15-19 gb games. This are 2 laptops. Plz help me
    Dell vostro 5567 and
    Dell vostro 5568

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    1. Hello,
      Considering your prime usage is gaming so the 5568 is a better option between the two since it has a slightly more powerful GPU at a bit higher pricing.

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    1. Hello,
      Unfortunately no you can't play GTA V on this configuration. You'll need a much more powerful PC than this to run those kind of games.

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  31. Bro pls suggest me a good configuration for billing purpose and light gaming under 20k

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    1. Hello,
      For your budget and requirements the following configuration would be ideal -

      CPU: Intel Core i3-6100 3.70 Rs 8900
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H110M-DS2 Rs 4200
      RAM: Corsair 4GB DDR4 2133MHz Rs 2400
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Case/PSU: Any from iBall or Zebronics

      This is excluding a monitor, speakers and a keybaord-mouse combo. If you want me to include all of that aswell into the 20K bracket then let me know.

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  32. Check my configu
    Process.._ Intel pentium g4400 3.3gh
    Motherboard_ gigabyte ga h 110ms2 lga 1151
    Hdd_wd blue 1tb..
    Ram- hyperx4gb ddr4
    Suggest me psu and cabinet.. My all budget is 22k..

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    1. Hello,
      For 22K this is a much better and more future proof configuration -
      CPU - AMD RYZEN 3 1200
      Motherboard - GIGABYTE GA-A320M-HD2
      RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 4GB DDR4 2133MHz
      HDD - Seagate Barracuda or WD Blue 1 TB
      Case/PSU - Any from Zebronics or iBall

      In case you can stretch it a bit then buy the Cooler Master Elite 310 along with the Antec Bp450 450W but this would add around 3K extra to your budget and is worth it for longer and more reliable usage.

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  33. Ty bro.. For fast responce.. Yes.. Now i would choose cooler master...

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  34. Hi Vishvesh,

    I am planning to buy a PC for office(Accounting & Taxation) and share market related work, Occasional gaming also.

    Can you suggest best configuration for me as my budget is 25K.

    A friend of mine has suggested following configuration.

    Processor Intel Core i36th
    Motherboard Gigabyte H110
    Hard Disk 1TB seagate
    RAM Corsair 4GB DDR4 2133c15

    Can you please suggest!


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    1. Hello Seraj,
      For your budget and requirements the configuration suggested by your friend is just fine as your task doesn't require anything too fancy.
      You can go with this configuration no doubt. If you have any doubts regrading models and all then feel fee to ask me.

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    2. Thanks Vishvesh, Can you please guide me about cabinet(including power supply) and ups brands which I should buy for the above mentioned configuration.
      Also I am going for Dell 19inches monitor.

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    3. I will be grateful if you can update me regarding any other finer point/details of the above mentioned configuration.

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    4. If you want a cabinet and PSu combo then you can go for the Zebronics Bermuda Cabinets with 450 watts SMPS. Its basic and enough to power all your components easily and safely.
      Yes a 19' full HD or even a HD ready monitor is fine since you work is mainly text based and not graphical so a Dell or Samsung monitor is good enough.
      To lay out your configuration in a more detailed manner then it would be as follows -
      CPU - Intel Core i3 7th Gen 7100 3.90 GHz
      Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-H110M-S2
      RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 4GB DDR4 2133Mhz
      HDD - Western Digital Blue 1TB

      Now since you are on a budget a Ryzen 3 CPU is not advisable since you'll need a bare minimum graphics card to take the output as the AMD Ryzen 3 CPU even though being more power ful than the i3 7100 doesn't come with dedicated graphics. Also you won't see any difference between the two considering your work load which is office based and quite light. Don't go for a i3 6100 which is 6th Gen over the i3 7100 which is 7th Gen since they are priced identical but the 7100 is marginally better than the former.
      Motherboard and HDD are basic so nothing fancy is needed right there either. The RAM is the basic 2133Mhz for DDR4 category and will be enough to run your system well without any hiccups. You can always add another identical stick in future if you feel like since the motherboard has the provision for that aswell.
      So all in all its a basic value for money configuration for the kind of work you intend to perform so go for it without any second thoughts.

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    5. Thanks Dear,You have given immense help to me, Will definitely update once my system is assembled and starts working.
      Once again lot of thanks.

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    6. Happy to be of some help to you.
      Would be waiting for further updates from your end.

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  35. hi friend.... what is ssd
    and i want to use photoshop please suggest me a pc below 30k

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    1. Hello,
      To put it simply, SSD stands for Solid State Drive and is the next generation of storage devices which offer higher read/write speeds over a conventional HDD or Hard Disk Drive. Its also more reliable in most of the cases due to the absence of any moving parts like that in a HDD. Sadly they are more expensive over the latter so still they are used along with a HDD for economical purposes.
      Since your work is mostly light and based on single cores so I'd suggest the following configuration -
      CPU - Intel Core i3 7th Gen 7100 3.90 GHz
      Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-H110M-S2
      RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 4GB DDR4 2133Mhz
      HDD - Western Digital Blue 1TB
      Cabinet/PSU - Zebronics Bermuda Cabinets with 450 watts SMPS

      This configuration would cost you under 30K leaving a slight margin to accommodate for the price differences in your area.

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  36. Hey Vishvesh
    I needed a small help from you.
    Actually i needed only cpu with the best configuration which can be upgraded in future under 20k which would give the maximum performance.

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    1. Hello,
      Well for around 20K you can get the following configuration -

      CPU - Intel Core i3 7th Gen 7100 3.90 GHz
      Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-H110M-S2
      RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 4GB DDR4 2133Mhz
      HDD - Western Digital Blue 1TB
      Cabinet/PSU - Zebronics Bermuda with 450W PSU

      This would cost you roughly around your budget and can be easily upgraded in future as per your requirements be it in terms of a more RAM, a new mid range graphics card or even a new CPU.

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