Hello friends, welcome to Tech-Freak Gamers! In today’s video we’ll discuss a little almost about everything that one might need to know to build their own gaming PC. And as a welcome treat we’ll also make a Gaming PC out of 35000 Indian Rupees. Exciting, isn’t it? To begin with, I’d like to apologize for my English, but I’ll try my best to sound as clear as possible. And here is a little about my channel, It will cover all about building PCs and reviewing PC parts and its components. For more details please visit my website: www.techfreak-gamers.com Let’s get started guys As we all know games vary by genre, style of game play, player perspective etc So does Gaming PCs, they also vary a little. Like some of us love playing Action Adventure games Example: Assassins Creed, Tomb Raider, FarCry etc. Being an Action Adventure gamer here is what your PC build should look like. First things are always first CPU and GPU Oh well, I’m not going to ditch you. Other components are also explained in this video but in the later part Action Adventure games are GPU centric, reason: a lot of graphical textures are rendered which substantially increases the real time performance of the GPU So guys, the thumb rule of PC building, i.e gaming PC build Spend twice the amount of the CPU, on the GPU so let’s say if my processor is around 10000 Indian rupees Then my graphics card should be somewhere around Rs.20000 However, things are a little different when we are talking about Massive Multiplayer Online Or also known as MMO Games For an Eg: I myself love playing MMO games like World of Warcraft And hence my PC build is a little MMO centric build i.e. a little different & here is how Unlike other gaming PCs, MMO gaming PCs require a decent CPU to be paired with the GPU in other words pairing an entry level CPU with an end level GPU will not give the expected performance boost Reason: such games include a lot of computations and data tracking which significantly increases the performance ratio of CPU to GPU. Guys although it bends the thumb rule of PC building but remember GPU will always top the charts as the most expensive component which we’ve to spend our money on And for all the other types of games Be it First person shooter, puzzle games, or your know child games the PC building rules remains the same i.e. The price of the GPU should be around twice the price of the CPU Now, this was all about CPU & GPU I will also make more comprehensive or in-depth video Discussing about CPU & GPU Sometime later Alright like I’ve said Let’s quickly drive through the other components Motherboard Once we’ve chosen the CPU it get’s relatively easier to get a motherboard for it We need to get a compatible motherboard for our CPU in other words the socket of the CPU should match with the socket of the motherboard Eg: For Intel’s LGA 1151 socket processors you need to chose a motherboard with the LGA 1151 socket Like H-110M, B150M or high end motherboards i.e. Z series Z170-A etc but the most important thing you need to take care of is the BIOS version Now coming into the RAMs RAMs are categorized mainly by memory size & the clockspeed I’m not talking much about the Data rate type here considering DDR3 is quite old and a little slower and hence I wouldn’t recommend anyone for it. Gamers should always go with higher memory available within their budget ofcourse talking about the clockspeed the higher the clock speed the better it is So this is all about RAMs Coming into the Hard Disk hard Disk vary by storage capacity and RPM Now, what is RPM? Rotations per minute which decides how fast a hard disk can poerform so the more the RPM the faster the hard disk it is So what you need to consider is what our budget allows, and and what is the capacity of the hard disk which you need as per our usage Well coming into the final component Which is the Power Supply Unit Choosing a PSU depends on the total power input your configuration needs And please always consider getting PSU from branded manufacturers As PSU is what stands in between the life and death of the PC Literally guys, this is which is going to save your PC from something that can harm it So these are some important information that one should know before building a gaming PC Now we are at the most awaited part of this video We’re going to make the Intel’s Kaby Lake build within 35000 Indian rupees With this build you can play any recent games from entery level to mid range @ 1080 Pixels without compromising any performance or durability In this build we’ve paired an Intel’s Core i3-7100 i.e Kaby Lake based 7th Gen processor with Gigabyte’s GA H110M-S2 motherboard which will cost you around Rs. 10,700 & Rs.4300 respectively. This processor coems with a 14 nm FinFET pin and a clock speed of 3.9 Ghz and it’s undoubtedly the best entry level CPU as it outperforms i3-6100 by around 10% To seat this processor umm Okay to seat this processor on H110M-S2 motherboard you need to update the BIOS it’s easier but you need to get it done by pairing with a 6th gen processor on the first hand now the easier way is to ask the seller to update the BIOS for you Coming into the GPU we’ve considered pairing this set up with Nvida’s 10 Series GTX 1050 Mini with 2 GB DDR5 you can get this at around Rs. 9,100 And trust me when I say you, this completely beats any graphics card at the same range and even beats AMD’s RX 460 So this graphics card will be the best for us, as it can run any entry to mid level games at 1080 Pixles without any performance issues For RAM we’ve added the HyperX Fury 8GB DDR4 which is clocked at 2133Mhz This makes a perfect fit for your budget gaming PC And this will cost you around Rs.4500 Coming into the hard disk, we’ve considered getting WD i.e. Western Digital 1 TB Blue with 7200 RPM for the best performance which costs you around Rs.3700 This is one of the best hard disk available in the market, undoubtedly in this range. and it is definitely faster than it’s 5400 RPM variant Finally for the Power Supply unit you can get anything above 500 Watt And we’ve considered powering this setup with Circle’s APFC 500 Watt PSU, whicb will cos you around Rs.2500 So this entire setup will cost you around Rs.35000 and these prices are collected from various online shopping portals So a little rise and fall in the prices are expected you can find the direct link to view & purchase these components in the description section of this video. And if you click on the links and if you want to purchase from those links it will definitely support my channel. So that’s it. This covers today’s topic And if you like this video and it’s contents please hit the like button and please please please subscribe to my channel If you’ve any suggestions or questions, please feel free to ask or comment I’ll do my best to keep up with you guys. So good bye times guys. I hope to see you guys soon in my next video Till then, bye bye & take care

Rs. 35000 Budget Gaming PC (Indian Price) Latest Kaby Lake Build & Basics of Building Gaming PC

5 thoughts on “Rs. 35000 Budget Gaming PC (Indian Price) Latest Kaby Lake Build & Basics of Building Gaming PC

  • February 14, 2017 at 10:10 am
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    Nice one !

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  • February 14, 2017 at 12:42 pm
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    very informative thanks tech-freak gamers

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  • February 19, 2017 at 5:19 pm
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    Thanks for the info 🙂

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  • March 16, 2017 at 6:01 am
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    +Tech-freak Gamers CAN YOU HELP ME UPDATING MY PC TO GAMING PC

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  • June 27, 2017 at 3:32 pm
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    Bai i5 7400 bottleck toni krega zotac 750 ti 2gb ddr5 balyy ko

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