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Best Budget PC Build In Nepal | The Ultimate Guide With Components

by Karan Tiwari

Looking for the best budget pc build in Nepal? We got you covered. When it comes to gaming or extensive work, high-end PCs haven’t always been easy to afford. After all, the more powerful the components, the more expensive they tend to be. Due to advancements in technology, graphics cards and processors are more affordable than ever, which has allowed budget PCs to hit the gaming flagship on a decent amount. Although you may have to play at lower settings with a couple of compromises here and there, or you may not have powerful RGB lighting, the best budget gaming PCs will do the job just fine.

Best CPU:- Ryzen 7 3700X

The AMD Ryzen 7 3700X is the flagship for AMD’s 3rd generation Ryzen processors at the consumer level. Thanks to the new 7nm manufacturing process, it delivers significantly better performance with significantly less power consumption than its predecessor. It has a 16 core 8 thread configuration inherited from the Ryzen 7 2700X. It may not be as close as the Ryzen 9 3900X in multithread workloads. However, it still brings the raw performance to the table for those with a limited budget. The AMD Ryzen 7 3700X gives you a much cheaper processor that requires less rugged cooling, and it’s just the best processor for most people. The cost of this processor is around NPR 50,000 in Nepal.

Best GPU:- Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Super

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Super replaces the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 and is currently one of the cheapest graphics cards available in Nepal. You can hit almost 80 FPS on average. It is usually priced at NPR 40,000 in Nepal, but you can be charged up to NPR 65,000 for this GPU due to the shortage of graphics cards. However, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Super has drawbacks as well. It doesn’t have a ray-tracing core but considering it’s a cheap graphics card, that’s no surprise. After all, a few graphics cards are available at this price as good as the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Super. You can also get RTX 2060, which is a little more expensive than this and provides lots of new features compared to GTX 1660.

Best Motherboard:- MSI B450 Tomahawk Max

MSI B450 Tomahawk Max is compatible with the Ryzen processors, looks good, and has “enough” features. The B450 Tomahawk is suitable for heavy graphics cards. Additionally, you can use an M.2 SSD and up to 6 SATA drives. It supports up to 64GB of DDR4-3466 RAM on each slot. You can configure a Dual channel to boost your performance by a fraction. For USB ports, this motherboard has both USB 3.1 and USB C slots. It also has customizable RGB lighting built onto the board. The cost of this motherboard is around NPR 21,000 – 23,000, depending on the supplier.

RAM

The Corsair Vengeance LPX 2 x 8GB is the best high-end DDR4 kit you can find on the market. This particular kit is designed for performance, not aesthetics, and beats it in speed and performance. Since our motherboard supports Dual Channel configuration, it is recommended to buy two sticks of 8GB RAM instead of installing a single 16GB RAM. Even if the capacity is the same on both configurations, the available memory bandwidth is doubled while using a dual-channel configuration.

POWER SUPPLY

While writing this complete article, my computer turned off like ten times due to power cuts. In such an unreliable country, the only thing you can do is spent a decent amount on a good power supply. Most of the cases have a default power supply built-in. Those power supplies are not reliable and are not recommended to use with high-end graphic cards. A good power supply saves your computer from power surges. If you don’t like spending money on a power supply, you should at least buy a UPS for your computer. For the above requirements, a minimum of 600Watt power supply is recommended. But, I suggest you add a little cash extra and buy a 750Watt Full Gold Modular Power Supply. It will cost you around 12000 NPR and be compatible if you ever upgrade your GPU in the future.

Storage

Buying HDD or SSD depends upon who is going to use the computer. If you buy the computer for just gaming purposes, 1 TB storage will be sufficient for you. If you are into video editing or using high-end 3D designing, I recommend getting at least 2 TB of storage. While buying your hard drive, make sure you at least buy a 7200RPM HDD. The higher RPM, the better. Additionally, with the HDD, an M.2 SSD is a must. No matter what, install at least a 256GB SSD on your computer. SSD improves your PC performance more drastically than you think. A 512 SSD costs around NPR 11000, and a 1TB HDD costs around NPR 6000.

Case

The case doesn’t much decide your performance but is crucial for determining the looks of your setup. There are varieties of PC cases available in Nepal. I suggest you get Fantech CG80 as the case for your PC. This case comes with three built-in RGB fans at the front. It also has a headphone jack and three USB ports at the front instead of having all ports on the back of your CPU. It also has transparent glass on one side of the case so that you can see the RGB lights on your fans, RAM, and GPU crystal clear. It is perfectly fine in size and is compatible with most of the ATX motherboards.

ComponentPrice
Ryzen 7 3700xRs. 50,000
GTX 1660 SuperRs. 65,000
MSI B450 Tomahawk MaxRs. 21000
Corsair Vengeance LPX 2 x 8GB Rs. 18,000
750w 80+ full modular gold PSURs. 12,000
512 NVME SSDRs. 11,000
1 TB HDDRs. 6,000
FANTECH CG80 CasingRs. 11,000
TOTAL FINAL PRICERs. 1,94,000

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