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Hi, so recently I got a mail from one of our readers, and he wanted a budget pc build at around 30000 INR for CAD Designs and Simulations. On being asked about his exact requirements, he mentioned that he needed the following configuration.
So after considering his needs, this is what we came up with for the Best PC Build under 35000 for CAD Designs and Simulations
Parts for the PC Build
|PC Build Components
|Ryzen 5 2600
|MSI Pro Series AMD A320 motherboard
|ZOTAC GeForce GT 730 4GB DDR3 ZONE Edition Graphics
|ADATA 8GB DDR4 2666Mhz Ram
|WD 500gb SATA Drive
|Thermaltake Litepower 450W power supply
|Frontech Computer Case
With the part disclosed, let me tell you why I choose these components.
Ryzen 5 2600
Given the needs of the user, CPU power is of great importance. So while being on a budget, Ryzen 5 2600 is the best option I could think of. This cpu has 6 cores, 12 threads, and up to 3.9 GHz boost clock, hence cpu intensive tasks can be easily done on this one.
MSI Pro Series AMD A320 motherboard
Now, as we were looking for the best motherboard, we found this one. This motherboard has all the standard I/O options you need, along with the support for Ryzen 1st 2nd and 3rd Gen CPUs. A word of caution is that, as we were more concerned about the budget aspect of the build, this motherboard is not future proof, hence you cannot upgrade to the Ryzen 5th generation CPUs. Do keep that in mind.
ZOTAC GeForce GT 730 4GB DDR3 ZONE Edition Graphics
As you might have already read, the user requirement was a minimum of 4gb graphics. Given the current scenario, the GPU prices have skyrocketed, hence we had to choose a GPU, that would fit the user needs, and also fit in the budget.
That’s why we decided to go with the Zotac GT 730 GPU which, to be honest, is not something to brag about, but it should get the job done. This has 4Gb DDR3 memory, which should be quite good for now. But we do recommend upgrading to a better GPU, once the prices again touch the normal rates.
ADATA 8GB DDR4 2666Mhz Ram
8GB of ram is a minimum requirement for any pc build for that matter. In a budget pc build like this, the 2666Mhz 8GB DDR4 ram stick from ADATA is an ideal pick. Though this get’s the job done we recommend upgrading to 16gb of RAM by adding another one of these Ram sticks. Dual Channel Ram gives better performance, at all times.
WD 500gb SATA Drive
For storage, we went with a pretty standard, WD 500gb SATA drive. As we are on a budget we could only add in a 5400rpm drive, but for better performance, try buying a small ssd, of around 120-240 gb. You can keep the OS and the important files in the ssd, and large files like movies and all can be kept in the 500gb drive. This way you can experience a pretty good performance boost.
Here’s some SSDs we recommend
Thermaltake Litepower 450W power supply
PSU is the part most people compromise on when the budget is tight. But you shouldn’t because it powers all the components of the system and if its faulty or even if it’s not a good quality PSU your whole PC component maybe damaged, even burnt. That’s why we recommend you to get at least a 450W PSU with a minimum rating of 80+ white. The Thermaltake Litepower 450 under Rs 3,000 fits perfectly in this build for the above mentioned reasons.
Frontech Computer Case
To end this build, the last thing we needed was a standard cabinet. Let’s be clear, this cabinet is nothing too fancy, and just get’s the job done at this price point. If you want some fancier cabinets, we shall link some of our recommendations below.
So, firstly this was a PC Build, which we wrote dedicated to one of our readers. If you are also facing issues in building a PC, then do mail us at [email protected], and we shall help you out with the PC Build.
Now to conclude, this pc build was primarily aimed towards the use case of CAD designs and simulations, so if you are having similar needs and are on a tight budget, do consider making this build.
If you don’t know how to build a PC, here’s our dedicated guide on building a PC.
If you are looking for accessories to go with your PC, like Monitors, Keyboards etc, here’s the links to all the dedicated posts.
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