Gaming PC Build Under 70K for March 2017

Looking to assemble a PC under Rs. 70,000?
Do you want to play the latest PC Games in Full HD Resolution at Max settings?
Well, then you’ve just arrived at the right place.
Today, we’re going to build the perfect gaming PC under 70K. If you’re looking for a Gaming PC Build around 50-60K then do check out: Best Gaming PC Between 50-60K in March 2017
Not just gaming, this is perfect PC Build for Video Rendering, Designing, and performing other intensive tasks.This build is going to be based on the latest Intel 7th generation Kaby Lake CPU. You could also go for a 6th generation CPU to reduce cost just like we did in our 50-60K build.  So let’s get started.

Here’s the best Gaming PC Build under 70K:

Processor: Intel Core i5 7400

The Intel Core i5 7400 is a 7th generation Quad-Core CPU from Intel. It has 6MB Cache and a clock speed of 3.0 GHz. It will be the perfect match for our GPU. Not only for gaming, Intel Core i5 7400 will finish any intensive task in no time. It is blazingly fast.

Price: 15K

MotherboardGigabyte GA-B250M-D3H

The Gigabyte GA-B250M-D3H comes with an updated BIOS and support for 7th generation processors. It also supports the 6th generation processors. It will be the perfect match for your Intel i5 7400 CPU.
Note: You can also go for a Motherboard that supports 6th generation in this Gaming PC Build, but you’ll need to update the BIOS of that Motherboard to make it compatible with 7th generation processors. ( To update the BIOS, you’ll need to have a 6th generation processor first or you can do it by visiting a Computer Hardware Store)

Price: 7K

Graphics CardZotac Geforce GTX 1060 6GB DDR5 AMP! Edition

Now we’re going to choose the major component of a gaming PC, yes that’s the GPU we’re talking about. The perfect match for the 7th generation i5 7400 would be GTX 1060. They would perform great side by side and there’s no way the CPU would bottleneck the GPU. The Nvidia GTX 1060 can handle every new game at Ultra Settings.

Price: 25K

RAMCorsair 8GB DDR4 Vengeance LPX 2400Mhz

8 GB DDR4 RAM is all you need to handle all the latest games at high. As we’re using a dedicated GPU with 6GB of VRAM, our PC will be able to utilize the full 8 GB of RAM.

Price: 4.5K

Hard DiskWD Blue Desktop 1TB

WD Blue Desktop 1 TB is a 7200 RPM Hard Disk with 1 TB of Storage. 7200 RPM Speed is generally enough and it won’t bottleneck the system but still in case you need better performance then you can either replace the HDD with an SSD or use both HDD and SSD.

Price: 3.6K

Power Supply UnitAntec BP450PS

Here’s that component of the PC which people usually neglect and end up buying a cheap quality PSU for their high-end Gaming PC. Well, this is that component where it is never a good idea to compromise. A bad PSU may not only have a short life but it might also damage the other components of your PC. No one would want that, right?
So here’s the Antec BP450PS that is perfectly suited for our current Gaming PC build.

Price: 2.5K

CabinetCircle Gaming Cabinet CC 821

Everyone would love to own a good looking as well as a reliable cabinet. Well, the Circle Gaming Cabinet CC 821 does the job. That’s the best Gaming Cabinet one can get at 3K. Go for it !

Price: 3K

MonitorLG 22MP58VQ 21.5-inch LED Monitor (Black)

The LG 22MP58VQ is a 21.5 inch Full HD Monitor with a Response time of 5ms.
The viewing angles are great and it is comfortable for long hours usage. It is another great product for such a low cost.

Price: 7.8K

Keyboard and MouseDragonwar Storm Gaming Keyboard & LED Mouse Combo

This Keyboard and Mouse Pair is cheap yet efficient and does the job pretty well. You can skip the Keyboard and Mouse if you already own one.

Price: 1.1K



Total Cost = 70K


That’s it, here’s the perfect Gaming PC Build of March 2017 under 70K.

If you need an SSD then you can opt for: Kingston SSDNow UV400 240GB SATA 3 2.5″ Solid State Drive
This would increase the total cost by 5.5K.
Note: Not all mentioned prices above are accurate as the price at Amazon frequently change. The total build cost can differ by 2-3K.

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