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Home PC Build in Nepal PC Build Under 1.5 Lakhs

PC Build Under 1.5 Lakhs

Here’s our list of PCs that you can build under 1.5 lakhs right now. These generally consist of two CPU options: Intel, and AMD, and a package build with monitors and accessories. If you already own the accompanying accessories, you might opt to go for the builds without the monitor+ freebies combo. This way you are getting the maximum bang for your buck. On the flip side, if you don’t have a display at all, the PC is just a tower. Keeping that in mind, we also include a PC build with a similar grade monitor included in the price. Now, this does mean that less amount is being spent on the tower itself but in the end, your PC build will be complete with monitor+keyboard+mouse all under 1.5 Lakhs.

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PC Build Under 1.5 Lakhs in Nepal 

Are you seeking to build a PC under 1.5 lakhs? Well, building a PC of your choice mainly depends upon your purpose: Gaming, Content Creation, or General use. And then, comes the part of selecting the necessary hardware. Which is kind of a hassle for those who are newbies in tech. That's why we've created a list of PC builds that you can opt for under 1.5 lakhs. For NPR 150,000, you can get a fairly powerful system for gaming and editing.

Things to consider to build a PC in Nepal

GPU (Graphics Processing Unit)

If you've ever wondered why a gaming PC is so expensive, the GPU is to largely blame. But it's also the main component for your PC to render complex graphics. And for under 150,000 rupees, you are looking at the latest gen entry-tier/mid-range GPUs. You'll notice that our list is dominated by NVIDIA RTX GPUs which is pretty ideal at this price point.

Processor (CPU)

For this price, you are getting the latest gen silicon– Intel Core i5-13400. Or, why not opt for a Ryzen 7 5700X, if you are on the AMD team? Both are capable processors and should suffice your normal editing/gaming/casual needs, without breaking a sweat.


A motherboard is essentially a circuit board that connects all of the components of your PC. Its selection is primarily determined by the brand of CPUs you intend to use in your build. Intel and AMD CPUs use different motherboards, each with its own set of sockets and chipsets. So your motherboard choice will be affected by the choice of your CPU.

CPU Heatsink / Fan

Cooling is an important component of a CPU build and has a direct impact on how well your processor performs. Cooling options range from simple fans and heatsinks to sophisticated liquid cooling systems. For this price point, you can get a Fantech LC240 AIO Closed liquid cooling which is good enough to dissipate the heat. Meanwhile, the PC build with a Redmi G24 monitor will get you a DeepCool AK400 cooling fan at 150,000.

Power Supply Unit

The Power Supply Unit (PSU), as the name implies, provides the necessary power for your build to function. We have brought 750W PSU Bronze options from Arseze and Goldkist.


RAM is the computer's volatile or short-term memory. There are numerous RAM manufacturers to choose from but to avoid any problems, stick with branded RAM. Anyone building a PC in 2023 should at least consider DDR4 RAM, which is also sufficient for gaming and editing. For the price, 16GB of RAM is all you can get.


Generally, there are two types of storage to choose from: SSD, and HDD. Although your storage options will have little impact on your gameplay and frame rate, they will have a significant impact on your PC's responsiveness, installation time, app opening times, and data transfer speeds. Since Hard drives are too slow, we recommend an SSD for your games and system files. But, if you work with large amounts of video and media, investing in them (HDDS) for bulk storage might not be a bad idea either. 512GB SSD should be a minimum and you can always upgrade it later on.


Finally, a case is what holds everything together. For the build, you can find the PC Case for as little as Rs. 10,000 in Nepal and the high-end variants can go really steep in price. The amount of airflow allowed by the case results in more efficient cooling, not to mention lower noise levels. For all types of PC builds, an MSI Windtalker W400 case will suffice.

Where to build a PC in Nepal?

The above-listed PCs can be assembled in Nepal at the mentioned price via Matechi. You can also build your dream PC by customizing components to your specifications. For starters, Matechi is a sister company of Fantech, so you can be confident that all of the products are genuine. Their showroom is in New Road, Kathmandu.