Gaming PC Builds

Best Gaming PC Build Under ₹60,000 – June 2022

After receiving a great response from my ₹ 50,000 Gaming PC Build Guide I have decided to write a 60,000 INR Build guide. Unlike like the last guide where I focused on an AMD Ryzen Build, here I will be focusing on an Intel 12th Gen build taking in the market demand and supply factors into consideration along with the price to performance ratios of the processor.


It’s mid 2022 now, prices of graphics card are getting stable now, it’s time to build a brand new Gaming PC and your budget is roughly around ₹ 60,000 but you’re confused between AMD or Intel. I will be clearing out your doubt in this build guide. As we are already aware that a lot of Games like Far Cry 6, Sniper Elite 5 and Dying Light 2 has already hit the market, it becomes important for us to build a Gaming PC that is capable to handle these titles and the other upcoming triple-A titles smoothly.

Here is a summary of the build that I will be recommending and later on I will dive into the details and explaining the features and the reason why I chose them for this build.

Component Name
Processor Intel 12th Gen Core i5 12400F
Motherboard MSI Pro H610M-G
RAM Adata D30 3200MHz 16GB (8GB x 2) DDR4
Graphics Card MSI RX 6500 XT Mech 2X 4GB GDDR6
SSD WD Blue SN570 250GB NVMe
Hard Drive WD Blue 1TB 7200 RPM
Cooler Deepcool AK400
Cabinet Galax Revolution 01 ARGB Mid Tower
Power Supply Unit Cooler Master MWE550 V2 Bronze

Total: ₹60,500/-


1. Processor/CPU

Before you go on ranting that AMD is doing great and AMD is the best budget king, I would like you to find a good 6 Cores 12 Thread Processor that competes the performance of AMD Ryzen 5600 but for a lesser price. So yes, you guessed it right I am actually going to suggest Intel 12th Gen Core i5-12400F processor in 2022 for a mid-budget build. Reasons for choosing this processor

  • Budget AMD Ryzen CPUs like Ryzen 4100, 4400 are too dated even during launch and are not available in the market at a decent price
  • Performance of Intel i5-12400F is marginally better than Ryzen 5500 and almost close to Ryzen 5600 but at a lesser price

2. Motherboard

Your processor is manufactured by Intel so you need a 12th Gen or LGA 1700 socket motherboard to run your processor. We will be going with a decent H610 micro atx motherboard from MSI that will just get the work done. MSI Pro H610M G is a micro-atx motherboard with a PCIe M.2 Slot and 4 USB 3.2 Gen 1 slot and 4 USB 2.0 ports (including front ports) to make your life easier. As you won’t be able to do any overclocking on your Intel CPU and as Intel doesn’t utilize much high-speed frequency memory like Ryzen, it’s better to go with an H610 motherboard and to save the rest of the money for Graphics Card and storage.

3. RAM

Our motherboard supports upto 3200 MHz of DDR4 Ram so going with a 16GB 3200MHz Ram running in Dual Channel (i.e 8GB x 2) will be more than enough to run the latest and greatest games and also for running all your productivity software smoothly. Adata D30 8GB 3200MHz coming at a price of around ₹2700/stick would be a great choice.

4. Graphics Card

Here comes the favourite part of everyone, THE GRAPHICS CARD. I have chosen RX 6500 XT for this build. To save cost without compromising on the quality I will suggest MSI RX 6500 XT Mech 2X 4GB. You can also go with other brands like ASUS and Sapphire but they might be slightly more priced than their MSI alternative. The MSI Radeon RX 6500 XT Graphics Card comes at a price of around ₹ 19000 in the Indian market.

AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT features 4GB GDDR6 VRAM which might be bit less to run high VRAM demanding Triple-A titles at 1080p high or 1440p low settings at above 60 Fps and 40 Fps respectively. However its gaming performance is satisfactory in the budget with significantly lower power consumption. It will even be a good choice if you want to do a bit of Animation or learn using Blender or any other 3D Animation software. Overall it’s a decent card to crank up the settings to get the best fps in e-sports titles.

5. Power Supply

As every sensible PC Builder says, ” Never Cheap out on your Power Supply” even here I won’t let you cheap out on your power supply. I would highly suggest you go to get a Cooler Master MWE550 V2 Bronze Power Supply for your build. It’s a 550 Watt 80 Plus Bronze Power Supply with 5 years of warranty from Cooler Master and will let you have enough headroom that you might need to keep upgrading your PC without having to worry about changing your Power Supply anytime soon. It comes at a price of around ₹ 3500 in the Indian market.

6. Storage

i. Hard Drive

You can skip the hard drive and just go with a 500GB of NVME SSD but if you just want basic storage for all your games you can go with a WD 1TB 7200 Rpm hard drive which should come at the price of around ₹ 3000

ii. Solid State Drive/ SSD

It’s really crucial to have an SSD if you’re building a Gaming PC in 2022 so I would recommend atleast a 250GB M.2 NVMe SSD coming at a price of around ₹ 2600 to 2700 and featuring speeds of up to 3300 MB/s. This SSD would be enough for you to store your windows and some of your favourite games that you wish to play regularly.

7. Cabinet

Your cabinet would build up the aesthetics of your Gaming PC and choosing a good cabinet would ensure that you have proper airflow inside your cabinet to keep your precious components cool while you get those awesome kill streaks on your favourite game.

Here I have made a list of some good cabinets with decent airflow and quality that you can look for when building a PC in this budget. Personally, I would be going with Galax Revolution 01 because of its awesome build quality. aesthetics and build quality.

  • Galax Revolution 01 – Check Price
  • Ant Esports ICE 320TG – Check Price
  • Antec NX410 ARGB – Check Price
  • MSI Forge 100M – Check Price

8. CPU Cooler

The last thing that you might need to complete this build and to run your system at its full potential is a CPU Cooler. I would highly recommend a good air cooler and to avoid using the Intel Stock Cooler as it isn’t as efficient as aftermarket stock coolers and might hold back your CPU to some extent.

Here are some of the stock coolers you might want to get. Personally I would go with the first one because of its high performance.

  • DeepCool AK400 120mm
  • Cooler Master Hyper 212 120mm
  • Cooler Master HYPER H410R RGB 92mm


Congratulations now you have the perfect build that you can get at this budget. ₹60,000 is the perfect budget to get started with mid-level gaming in 2022 and to build a system that’s enough to run any game at 1080p mid to high settings easily.

Extras: Monitors and other Gaming Peripherals

Here is a small list of extras that you can get with this PC Build.

Note: This isn’t a part of the ₹60,000 Budget and is simply a suggestion if you were confused about which peripherals to go for with this build

Gaming Monitors

Acer Nitro VG240YP 24 Inch

  • 1920 x 1080
  • IPS Panel
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate
  • AMD FreeSync

MSI Optix G241 24 Inch

  • 1920 x 1080
  • IPS Panel
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate
  • AMD FreeSync

Acer Nitro XV272U 27 Inch

  • 2560 x 1440
  • IPS Panel
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate
  • AMD FreeSync

Gaming Keyboards

Cosmic Byte CB-GK 16 Firefly

  • Outemu Mechanical Switches
  • Tenkeyless Keyboard
  • Full RGB Backlighting with 11 – Backlighting Effects.

Cosmic Byte CB-GK 12 Neon Rainbow

  • Blue Outemu Mechanical Switches
  • Full-Size Keyboard
  • Rainbow LED Backlighting with 10 – Backlighting Effects

Cosmic Byte CB-GK 13 Neon Rainbow

  • Brown Outemu Mechanical Switches
  • Full-Size Keyboard
  • Rainbow LED Backlighting with 10 – Backlighting Effects

Gaming Mouse

MSI Clutch GM30 Mouse

  • U-shaped edge RGB lighting with over 9 lighting effects
  • Symmetrical mouse design
  • PAW-3327 Optical Sensor up to 6200 DPI
  • Polygonal side buttons with effortless pressing
  • Double injection & Dragon scale side grips

MSI Clutch GM11 Mouse

  • Stunning RGB lighting with over 7 lighting effects
  • 5-level DPI sensor matches with 5 different colors
  • Symmetrical mouse design
  • PMW-3325 Optical Sensor
  • Fine-tune detail settings with Dragon Center

Razer Viper Mini

  • 61g Ultra-Lightweight Design
  • Razer™ Optical Mouse Switch
  • Razer Chroma™ RGB Underglow

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