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PC Build in Nepal | Entry Level and Budget Gaming PC Build in Nepal

PC Build in Nepal

Computer parts are very expensive in Nepal as compared to other developing nations like India and Pakistan, etc. The prices were already high due to the low currency value of Nepal and after the increase in VAT% by our corrupt Prime Minister K.P Oli Chor and lootna sakee loot concept by his fellow political party representatives, everything is getting worse day by day in Nepal. It is very hard for a middle-class family to afford even a budget gaming PC in Nepal. 

Even, i3 8100 will cost you more than 135 US$ here in Nepal. 不不不不不

In some places, the pc parts are priced exactly double than that of the official price based on US currency. Even a budget gaming pc will cost around 125k NRS ~ 1111$ (US$) here in Nepal which can be available for just under ~650$ in other countries with the same specs.

Even though, I have collected some information for you to build an entry-level and budget gaming pc here in Nepal. 

Entry Level Home/Office Build

This type of pc is for the low requirements users only. Don't expect high performance from this type of PC build. It is just for adequate home/office use, it can only handle basic tasks like office word, PowerPoint, surfing the web, etc. But a low level of gaming is possible through this CPU if it is paired with a low-level graphic card.



CPU 
Intel Pentium G4560 - Rs.8000~10000 

Motherboard
Gigabyte H110M S2 - Rs.6500~8000

RAM (At least 4 GB DDR4)
Corsair Vengeance LPX L-16 2400MHz 4GB DDR4
OR,     Rs.4000~6000
Hyper X Fury L-16 2400MHz 4GB DDR4

Storage (HDD) 
WD 1TB Blue 3400rpm - Rs.4800~6000

Power Supply (PSU) 
450Watt - Rs. 1000-2000

CPU Casing - Rs.1000~2000

(CPU Casing + PSU = Rs.2500~4000)

Wi-Fi 
Tp-Link Wi-Fi dongle - Rs.750~1000

Monitor
Full HD (1920*1080) 60hz Monitor or any normal HD monitor
Rs.10000~20000

Mouse+Keyboard - Rs.500~600

Total Price Including VAT - Rs.38000~50000
*All(first four items) of the items listed above are high-quality products(good quality and latest compatible version) which will last for more than 5 years if used properly. 

For your kind information - you can get this pc build for a lower price tag as Rs.33000 or even less if you build your pc in Nepal-India Border @ Raxaul, etc.

Budget Gaming/Streaming Build

This type of pc is for poor gamers who wants to play free games only in HD.









CPU
Intel Core i3 8100 -Rs.14500~16000

Motherboard
Gigabyte H310M H 8118 Gaming LAN Rs.8000-10000

RAM (2*8Gb=16GB)
Corsair Vengeance LPX L-16 2400MHz 16Gb (2*8GB) DDR4 
OR               Rs.16000~20000
Hyper X Fury L-16 2400MHz 16Gb (2*8Gb) DDR4

Storage (HDD) 
WD 1TB Blue 3400rpm - Rs.4800~6000
(Optional but SSD is highly recommended in this pc build - Rs.5000-10000)

Power Supply (According to your budget) (higher is better; via Graphics card)
Corsair VS 450 - Rs.3800~4500
Corsair VS 550 - Rs.5000~6000
OR, Cooler Master PSU's can also be used for the same price

CPU Casing ( According to your budget and graphics card)
Rs. 1500-3000

Keyboard + Gaming Mouse - Rs.1200~1500 (budget)

Monitor 
Full HD (1920*1080) 60 Hz Monitor for HD Gaming 
Rs.16000-20000

Wi-Fi
Tp-Link Wi-Fi dongle - Rs.750~1000

Graphics card
(According to your budget) 
Specs supported to eliminate bottle-neck performance; not higher or higher specs than Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 

Total Price Including VAT and excluding GPU and SSD- Rs.73000~80000
Final Price including GPU and SSD Rs.120000 ~and~ Rs.130000 

Again,
*Items listed above are high-quality products(good quality and latest compatible version) which can be used for more than 5 years for medium gaming.

For your kind information - you can get this pc build for a lower price tag as Rs.33000 or even less if you build your pc in Nepal-India Border @ Raxaul, etc.

you can save around or over Rs.10000 if you are taking a smart choice/decision,,, ... you know what I mean !!!



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