Best Video Editing Build For Rs 60,000

Best Video Editing Build For 60,000 INR

Building a PC for video editing is one of the best ways to make money, but you need to choose the right components. That’s especially important when it comes to mid-range, 4K editing systems. To that end, we’ve put together a list of the best bang-for-your-buck components we could find to create the best PC build for 4K editing, all for just ₹60,000.

Since this is a PC designed for editing 4K footage, there were several key considerations we had to make. The first was a powerful multi-core processor, followed by plenty of memory and high-speed storage. We also wanted to make sure that the system had a decent graphics card with plenty of VRAM for performing rendering and handling any 3D effects work.

Processor & CPU Cooler

For the Processor, we have selected Intel Core i5 13500. Intel Core i5 13500 is a 14-core CPU with 20 threads. It has a performance-core max turbo frequency of 4.80GHz and a performance-core base frequency of 2.50GHz. Similarly, it has an efficient-core max turbo frequency of 3.50GHz and an efficient-core base frequency of 1.80GHz. Moreover, this CPU has a 24MB Intel smart cache, 11.5MB of L2 cache, and maximum turbo power of 154 watts. Furthermore, when it comes to editing performance, the Core i5 13500 performs very close to the much more expensive Core i5 13600K while costing less. Overall, the i5 13500 is an excellent budget processor for productivity tasks.

Since this processor comes with a very poor stock CPU cooler, we have replaced it with a much better and value of money 3rd party CPU cooler, the DEEPCOOL AK400.


For the motherboard, we have gone with Gigabyte B760M DS3H AX (WiFi). Gigabyte B750M DS3H AX (WiFi) supports 12th and 13th gen intel CPUs. Moreover, this motherboard has 4 DIMM slots that can accommodate up to 192GB of DDR5 RAM. In terms of connectivity, Gigabyte B760M DS3H AX (WiFi) comes with WiFi 6E, 2.5G LAN, two M.2 slots, and Bluetooth 5.3. Furthermore, this motherboard has excellent VRM performance with hybrid 6+2+1 Phase digital VRM. Overall, this is an excellent motherboard for video editing professionals who want an excellent-performing motherboard without needing the RGB sync feature.


For the RAM, we have opted for G.Skill Ripjaws S5 32GB (2x16GB) DDR5 6000MHz. These are the cheapest 6000MHz non-RGB DDR5 RAM we could find. Moreover, this RAM comes with XMP 3.0 for easy overclocking and has ten years warranty.


When it comes to storage, we prefer SSD, preferably NVMe SSD. NVMe SSD provides much better performance once you get into complex editing timelines that involve the playback of multiple simultaneous clips. For this reason, we have selected the Crucial 1TB P3. This SSD offers good read and write speeds of 3,500MBps and 3,000MBps, respectively, and comes with 1TB of storage space.

Power Supply

For the power supply, Adata XPG Pylon 650W is our choice. The main reason for choosing a 650W power supply is upgradeability. If you later decide to add a mid-range graphics card, you can add it to this PC build without upgrading the power supply. As per the ADATA XPG Pylon 650W, it is an 80-plus bronze-certified power supply and offers above 85% efficiency. This power supply also has a host of safety protection suites such as OVP, OPP, OCP, UVP, OTP, NLO, and SIP that protect your PC. ADATA XPG Pylon 650W has a 120mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing Fan for silent operation and a 105°C main Japanese capacitor for stability and reliability. Furthermore, this power supply comes with a generous warranty of 5 years.

Computer Case

Lastly, for the computer case, we have gone with MSI MAG FORGE 100R ARGB. MSI MAG FORGE 100R ARGB is a high-airflow computer case with two ARGB fans at the front and a non-RGB fan at the rear for better cooling of the internals. This computer case can support ATX, Micro ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards and can support up to 240mm radiator on the top. Moreover, this computer case has two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, one audio output, and one mic port on the top. Overall this is a good-looking computer case with good build quality under 5,000 INR. 

This concludes our 60,000 video editing build.

Keep in mind, prices of PC components change frequently and, if you find a significant price difference between the configuration table and links provided or the PC component is out of stock, please drop us a comment below we will fix it ASAP.

Now, if you have further questions or doubts, feel free to comment below and, we’ll assist you. Have a good day.

Note: This PC build is updated on 31st July 2023.

Final Build

ProcessorIntel Core i5-13500₹23,050
MotherboardGigabyte B760M DS3H AX (Wi-Fi)₹15,500
MemoryG.Skill Ripjaws S5 32GB (2x16GB) DDR5 6000MHz₹9,240
SSDCrucial 1TB P3₹3,841
PowersupplyAdata XPG Pylon 650W₹4,450
Computer CaseMSI MAG FORGE 100R ARGB₹4,849
CPU CoolerDEEPCOOL AK400₹2,440


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  1. Hi, first of all, thanks for the post which i was looking for a week for now, i’m stuck between r5 3600 and r7 2700 and also confused whether to go with these or the “X” varients (3600x & 2700x). My purpose for this build is to get an EDITING PC as best as possible and also not having trouble to play GTA V like games not too often. (Even the gaming is not my preference and no problem to sacrifice for best productivity performance).

    I’m from India where the price are like :
    2700 : 14,500k (AMAZON) with Wraith Spire , 2700X : 20,499K (AMAZON) with Wraith Prism
    3600 : 17,500K (AMAZON) with Wraith Stealth , 3600X : 19,449K (AMAZON) with Wraith Spire

    My overall budget for a complete PC (including Monitor and peripherals) is between 60k to 70k (indian rupees).
    Please Help me out to get the best possible Workstation.

    • Hello Rahul,
      Thanks for visiting us. As per your query, your main priority is productivity so we would suggest you Ryzen 7 2700 for its better multitasking capability due to two extra cores.
      Secondly, the Performace difference between X and non X variants is minor so my suggestion is to get the non X variant.
      For Graphics Card, as you have mentioned you are primarily buying this PC for productivity, RX 580 is perfectly fine and lets you play GTA V in 1080p but for some latest heavy titles, you may have lower graphics quality.
      Lastly, For Monitor, we suggest you LG 22MP68VQ-P. This monitor is an IPS monitor with good panel quality and as an added benefit this is AMD FreeSync™ compatible. You can find it on for the price of 8,800.
      For the keyboard & Mouse buy whatever you like.

      I hope this helps and if you like our work please share our website with your friends.
      Have a nice day.

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