Building a Budget Gaming PC In Nepal in 2020

Building a Budget Gaming PC In Nepal

Gaming has become an integral part of our lives in recent years. With all the computer hardware that are available in the market, that doesn’t necessarily mean that all the people can afford it. Some people are able to purchase it whereas some people are on a tight budget. So, today in this article we have bought you a guide in building a budget Gaming PC in Nepal for the people who are on strict budget rules.


Central Processing Unit (CPU) or just Processor as we all know is the brain of a computer. Without it no computer can function. Processor is also necessary for intensive gaming as well. Anti – Aliasing, Anisotropic Filtering and such are mostly handled by the CPU rather than the GPU (Graphics Processing Unit). Without a decent CPU, data can’t be processed faster and transferred to the GPU so why, lagging and frame drops appear in the game. And hence, the system becomes bottlenecked.

Building A Budget Gaming PC in Nepal
Intel I5 – 9400f
Building A Budget Gaming PC in Nepal
Ryzen 5 3500

In order to minimize such lags and frame drops, Various recognizable companies Such as Intel and AMD have manufactured many powerful CPUs. But with great power come great price tag. The latest line of processors from AMD and Intel costs a fortune. So, is there a way to enjoy games without breaking the bank? Well, Yes there is. AMD and Intel have released not only expensive Processors but also budget-friendly ones for the demography of people building a budget gaming PC in Nepal.

On the AMD side, Ryzen Processors has made a predominant stand in the computer market which previously was all about Intel processors. Building a Budget Gaming PC in Nepal has been easier than ever before. Processors such as Ryzen 3 3200G with 4 cores and 4 threads still can run many games that has been released and will release in the future. Being budget-friendly as AMD’s first motive, it comes at approximately Rs.18,000. If you do not have strict budget rules then, we suggest you on Ryzen 5 3600. With 6 cores and 12 threads, it is available for approximately Rs. 31,800. With such core and thread counts, one can easily run almost all the games in the market.

On the Intel side of things, Looking at the competitiveness of AMD, Intel has also released their share of budget-friendly Processors for building a budget gaming PC in Nepal. Starting with the new i5 9400f. With 6 cores and 6 threads clocked in 2.9Ghz, this Processor can easily run games smoother and faster while multitasking. Though such core and thread counts don’t come cheap, Intel has made an exception as it comes in around Rs.23,800. If you are tighter on a budget then, let us suggest another option for intel. Intel’s i3 9100f. With 4 cores, 4 threads, and a clock speed of 3.60Ghz. It comes at a low cost of Rs.12,500.


Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) or simply Graphics is one of the most required pieces of computer hardware for gaming. Without a Graphics Card, games will not run properly or matter of fact, it will not run at all. As it handles almost all the beautiful things that you see in your monitor while gaming such as Textures, Shadows, Ambient Occlusion, and so on and so forth. When paired with a decent CPU, we can guarantee, you will have buttery-smooth gameplay with visually pleasing sceneries.

Building A Budget Gaming PC in Nepal
GTX 1660
Building A Budget Gaming PC in Nepal
AMD Radeon 5500 XT

There is a wide range of Graphics cards available in the computer market as of right now. But looking at the state of the market in its current condition. It’s very rare to find a graphics card with low costs as the market is dominated with a higher-priced graphics card that provides over the top gaming experience. But, recently companies such as Nvidia and AMD have listened and provided the people who support the PC Master race with Graphics Cards that are relatively cheaper than their flagships.

Nvidia has released its fair share of graphics cards throughout the years. Some were cheaper whereas some were quite a bit expensive. But the release of the RTX series graphics card has sent the price tag through the roof. For Building a budget gaming PC in Nepal RTX is out of the question, Not everybody can afford the RTX series cards, keeping that in mind Nvidia has released budget-friendly graphics cards these past years. Enter GTX 1650. With 2x the performance of GTX 950 and 70% faster than the 2016s GTX 1050. With the base clock of 1,485Mhz which can be boosted to 1,665Mhz and 4 GB of GDDR5 memory.

It is the perfect budget gaming graphics card for 1080p gaming one could find which comes at around Rs.26,000. But, If you have a little more money to spend then, we here at The Technomatics would like to suggest GTX 1660. With the rivaling performance of 2016s budget Graphics card GTX 1060. With 6GB of GDDR6 Memory. It comes at around Rs.30,000.

On the AMD side of things, Budget-friendly being somewhat their moto, they have released fair share of budget-friendly cards. But, out of all of them, one card stood out the most. Enter AMD’s Radeon RX 5500XT. Best for building a budget gaming PC in Nepal. Designed with 1080p gaming in mind. 8GB of GDDR6 memory and the clock speed of 1,670 Mhz. It falls a little short compared to the  GTX 1660. But, that doesn’t mean it does not provide smooth gameplay. With that much amount of VRAM at your disposal, you won’t be struggling with lags and stuttering anytime soon.


Storage. Another important piece of tech that is required to run your computer. Not just games but the Operating System It self is installed in it. Without an HDD (Hard Disk Drive) or SSD (Solid State Drive), you cannot operate a computer, like at all. Storage has a huge value in this day and age with some file size being over 100GB, one could never have enough storage.

Samsung 970 EVO Plus

A decent medium of storage is required for the smooth operating of the computer and the smooth running of games. SSD and HDD are found in abundance in the market nowadays. Ranging from affordable all the way to pricey. There is a lot of storage media available in the Nepalese market for building a budget gaming PC in Nepal. There are a lot of Parties that manufacture and sell SSD and HDD in the market. Samsung, WD, Crucial to name a few.

Everybody loves a fast computer, the slower it becomes, the faster the user starts to get irritated. To prevent such atrocities, Samsung has developed an SSD called Samsung 970 EVO Plus. With 500GB of storage and an HDD to back it up, your computer will run as smooth as butter. Read speed up to 3,500 MB/S and write speed up to 3,300 MB/s. You won’t have to worry about long load times and tedious texture pop-ins.


Random Access Memory (RAM) or simply Memory is the crucial component in building a computer. It’s similar to CPU as when the computer starts, it utilizes memory for a startup. Without it, a computer cannot run. Memory is distributed throughout various processes started by the computer for smooth operation. So, the higher the memory count and clock speed, the faster various application launches. SSD plays an Important role in this factor as well.                                                          

G.Skill Trident Z RGB

With the current condition of the Computer Tech market, Components such as RAM, GPU, has had their prices spiked through the roof. There are budget Memory cards available in the market aimed at specifically those people who are trying a hand on building a budget gaming PC in Nepal.

G.skill has been making waves in recent years. They have developed a lot of RAM sticks throughout the past years. Out of all of them, the most budget-friendly while still retaining the gaming aesthetic is G. Skill’s TridentZ Series 16 GB (8×2). DDR4 RAM with 3000Mhz clock speed is relatively faster compared to generic DDR4 RAM. Though 3000mhz is still a little slower in this day and age when programs and applications are becoming more and more demanding. But, for building a budget gaming PC in Nepal this is one of the best that is available in the market right now that comes at around Rs.19,000.

Mother Board

This is the piece of tech in which all the fore mentioned components are put together. Without a motherboard, there is no computer. CPU, GPU, RAM, SSD all are connected to the motherboard and operated. It provides power to all the components that is required to run a computer.

MSI H310M Pro-VDH Plus
A320M Pro-M2
A320M Pro-M2

Though the Tech market has been somewhat unreasonable, it has been favorable for the motherboards for building a budget gaming PC in Nepal as wide varieties of motherboards are available in the market. Ranging from cheap to very expensive. All are available in the market, especially Nepali Tech Market.

There are lots of manufacturers that manufacture motherboards with different variants ranging from cheap to expensive. Some have higher RAM slot count and some have higher PCIe port count. Similarly, there are motherboards that support AMD only processors or Intel only processors and not to forget specific generations.

If you are interested in purchasing intel processors then, H310 Pro-VDH Plus is the way to go. It supports all mainstream processors like i3, i5, i7 of the latest  8th Gen, and 9th Gen variation. Though overclocking is not possible in this motherboard, who says you need to overclock a CPU to enjoy a game. Yes, it improves the performance but stock processors do not disappoint either. It is one of the budget-friendly motherboards for Intel for building a budget gaming PC in Nepal out there at the cost of Rs.11,000.

If you are a fan of team Red and prefer AMD processor then, worry not as A320M Pro M2 V2 is for you. It provides support to all of the Ryzen processors from Ryzen 3 to Ryzen 7. But, pairing this board with the X series is not recommended. If you are worried about the price of the motherboard then, don’t be as it comes at a low cost of Rs.11,900. A perfectly pitched price for building a budget gaming PC in Nepal.

If you are team red and prefer AMD related products, from CPU to motherboards. It will cost you, about Rs.86,900 with the ryzen 3 processor and Radeon RX 5500XT including the Trident Z memory stick and an SSD. the price will increase significantly if you opt for Ryzen 5 processor as it will cost about Rs.99,750.

But if you are all about Team Intel and Nvidia, the cost comes up to Rs.73,500 if you pick the i3 and GTX 1650 variant including the memory stick and storage. The price will increase significantly, if you opt for i5 processor and a GTX 1660 graphics card. The approximate cost will amount to Rs.89,800.

These were the necessary components that are required in building a budget gaming PC in Nepal. Though the prices in the tech market keep fluctuating, the fore mentioned components are by far budget-friendly components that are available in the market right now. If you want to know about different gaming accessories then click on this link If you want more news on Tech and Gaming then, Stay tuned at

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