Latest Desktop Computer Price in Nepal

Latest Desktop Computer Price in Nepal

Desktop computers can be arranged and placed in a table and used with ease for a very long time. They can be bought for cheap and have a very high upgrade option. Laptops are for people who want the right amount of power and portability. It is costly and not applicable all the time. There is no tension of battery and users can use big multiple screens and peripherals. Learn the latest desktop computer price in Nepal with our list.

People have the power to choose the parts according to need and budget. It makes it easy to add new hardware that can’t be achieved easily in a laptop of a similar price tag. We collected these prices by checking with vendors at New Road and Ocean Computer Pvt. Ltd. of Baghdurbar. This list shows the average price of the market.

Core i5 8400 with GTX 1060
Core i5 8th Gen with MSI GTX GPU

To help our readers buy and choose better, we have brought the latest price of computers in Nepal. This includes all the basic desktop parts required. We have a range from the cheapest basic set to an extreme gaming set. Our article is meant to give you an average idea of the market only to go to the market once before making a purchase.  The biggest volume of people buy a desktop for simple use, working, and browsing the internet. We will start with the basic and cheapest desktop price in Nepal.

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1) Basic Desktop for normal home users

Many people still prefer building cheap computers desktop sets. The most used processor is Core 2 Duo and it is more than 10 years old. This set is still good for very basic tasks such as browsing the internet and working in MS Office. We don’t recommend getting older hardware, but if you do, it is better to get Core 2 Quad because 4 cores help a lot.

Intel Core 2 Duo 2 GHzRs 1,150
Core 2 Duo 2.6 GHzRs 2,200
G41 Motherboard (Generic)Rs 4,500
2 GB DDR3 RAMRs 1,500
Standard Casing with 450W Power SupplyRs 1,900
19” LED MonitorRs 7,500
500 GB Hard Disk (Western Digital)Rs 4,000
Geforce GT 210 1GB (Optional for gaming)Rs 4,290
Logitech DVD-RW driveRs 1,500
TotalRs 20,050

2) Moderate Desktop for medium users

This PC is for people who game, use multimedia, photo editing, and some other mildly demanding processes. Intel Core i3 processors are now quad core and they can be really great. Core i3 9100F can support graphics cards like GTX 1660 Ti with ease, which can give pleasing results. For the best results, we suggest our readers to get at least 128 GB SSD to see the real-world performance upgrade. The below-given set has a basic GPU and memory. Our recommendation is using at least 8 GB RAM and GTX 1050/1050 Ti. GTX 1650 Super and GTX 1660 is also a very good pair. If you want, you can go for RTX 2060 as well.

Intel Core i3 9100FRs 13,110
MSI H310 Pro-VD PlusRs 10,650
4 GB DDR4 RAMRs 4,500
1 TB HDD (WD Caviar Blue)Rs 6,000
Keyboard and Mouse SetRs 500
Goldkist Casing with 450W PSURs 2,500
Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 Aero ITX 2G OCRs 14,000
TotalRs 51,260

3) Mainstream Gaming, work and multimedia set

This computer setup is very powerful with a Hexa-core processor and a good graphics card for gaming. Core i5 10400F comes with 6 cores and 12 threads, which is a lot of power. New Intel processors with F in their name don’t have iGPU. So we need a dedicated graphics card. This processor can support high-end graphics cards like RTX 2080 Super and RTX 3080 as well. It is a computer made for productivity, work, gaming, and editing. For gamers or professionals, we recommend getting 16 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, and a good graphics card. The RTX 2060 Super is a very good match for this processor to get the best results in games and editing workloads.

Intel Core i5 10400FRs 27,500
8 GB DDR4 RAM 2400 MHzRs 8,500
1 TB HDD WD BlueRs 6,000
Full HD 22” BenQ LED GW2270HRs 14,000
MSI GeForce GTX 1650 D6 VentusRs 29,900
Casing with 550W PSURs 5,500
MSI B460M-A Pro Mother boardRs 14,000
256 GB SATA SSDRs 8,200
TotalRs 1,13,600
Self built tower PC with GTX 1050 Ti and Core i5 8400
Self-built tower PC with GTX 1050 Ti and Core i5 8400 in Corsair Spec 01

4) High End gaming, work plus editing computer

These types of computers are for big players and power consumers or users. We have seen offices and IT organizations buying these for intense server work, computing, designing, etc. These PC are fit for various heavy-load types of work, games, and multimedia tasks. We are pairing the 10th generation processor with the best RTX graphics card here. It has 8 cores, and 16 threads which is great for multicore and multithread workloads. The single-core frequency is also high enough for gaming when compared with new CPUs out there.

Intel Core i7 10th Gen (10700K)Rs 63,250
Cooler Master MasterAir MA410PRs 7,540
MSI MPG Z490 Gaming PlusRs 32,500
32 GB DDR4 RAMRs 30,000
MSI Mag Bunker (With 750W Goldkist PSU)Rs 20,200
MSI Optix G24VC 24″ FHD 75″ MonitorRs 27,000
MSI RTX 2070 Super Gaming X TrioRs 1,05,000
2 TB HDDRs 9,000
256 GB NVME SSDRs 10,200
TotalRs 3,04,690

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5) Top Level Consumer Desktop PC

This category mainly includes the latest and the best processor available for normal consumers. It also means the best platform for the highest end users. Usually, corporate needs are different. Therefore Intel and AMD make special platforms and CPU for them. For example, Core i9 10900KF is the top-level consumer desktop CPU for now, while Core i9 10980XE is the best HEDT CPU. Intel Xeon Platinum 8253 is the top server and workstation processor, while AMD EPYC is the red team’s server offering. So this is the best setup for consumers in our view. This can also be taken as a top end gaming pc price in Nepal.

Intel Core i9 10900KRs 92,575
MSI MPG Z490 Gaming Pro Carbon WiFiRs 49,400
32 GB DDR4 RAMRs 30,000
MSI Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super Gaming X TrioRs 1,56,250
2 TB Hard DiskRs 9,000
512 GB SSDRs 15,500
MSI Mag Bunker Casing (Tempered Glass)Rs 15,000
Cooler Master CM V750 80+ Gold PSURs 28,125
MSI Optix MAG271CQR 144Hz Curved LED 1440P MonitorRs 66,000
TotalRs 4,61,850

6) Enthusiast Level Workstation High-End Desktop (HEDT)

This is the GOD level series in the high end computing market. We rarely hear people using desktop computers in this range. They have different architecture and unparalleled power. This kind of desktop PC comes under HPC (High Performance Computing). It is for the people who have the highest demand and need the best in the market. Users who need high core count, overclocking, and power use this type of PC. It is not a normal consumer platform and it is mainly for enthusiasts and enterprises.

Intel Core i9 10900XRs 1,05,000
MSI X299 SLI PlusRs 37,200
128 GB DDR4 RAM ADATA Dazzle 3000 MHzRs 1,30,000
2 TB WD PurpleRs 9,000
ADATA SX8000 NS 512 GB M.2 NVME SSDRs 24,900
MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Gaming X Trio 11GRs 2,31,250
LG 27” 4K IPS Free SyncRs 78,000
CM Master Box Pro 5 RGBRs 23,000
Cooler Master V1200 Platinum PSURs 44,800
CM MasterLiquid Mite 240P RGBRs 15,600
TotalRs 6,98,750

7) AMD Ryzen Entry Level Desktop PC

The AMD Ryzen market is very small in Nepal. It is so small that it is very hard to find in the Nepali market. If you want to buy AMD setup at a good cost, we have only found some stores. They sell a few numbers of entry, mid and high-end chips. 10 years ago, there was a small market of low-end AMD processors. However, they lost it in the way, but they are back again. If Ryzen can take a good market share in Nepal, it can definitely change the computer market by making it cheaper and affordable. Currently, this is the best entry-level setup on the Ryzen platform.

AMD Ryzen 3 3200GRs 16,675
MSI A320M Pro M2 V2Rs 11,900
8 GB 2400 MHz RAMRs 8,000
1 TB HDDRs 6,000
128 GB SSDRs 5,200
Normal Mini ATX Casing plus 450W PSURs 2,500
Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 Aero ITX 2G OCRs 14,000
TotalRs 64,275

8) AMD Mid Range Gaming PC

There are many powerful computer hardware in the market. We can make build from both AMD and Intel platform. For mid range budget, we have good Ryzen option in Nepal as well. We can get AMD Ryzen 3600 which has 6 core, 12 threads, 32 MB cache and PCIe 4.0 x16 support. The AMD Ryzen can be paired with a reasonable X470 board as well. In our view AMD processors are getting very good response and the market share is also growing in steady rate. For professional workload we suggest Ryzen platorm more than Intel in this budget.

AMD Ryzen 5 3600Rs 34,845
MSI X470 Gaming Plus MotherboardRs 23,150
16 GB DDR4 RAM 3200 MHzRs 23,425
1 TB Hard DiskRs 6,000
256 GB SSDRs 8,200
Casing with 550W Power SupplyRs 5,500
Full HD 22” BenQ LED GW2270H MonitorRs 14,000
MSI GeForce GTX 1650 D6 VentusRs 29,900
TotalRs 1,45,020

9) AMD High-End Setup

There are many powerful CPU from the red team, and they offer great value because. Unlike Intel, they support overclocking and ECC memory. Such support of ECC memory and overclocking makes them a great choice for everyone and every task. The Ryzen high end platform comes with all features and top power. Here for this budget, we are choosing the Ryzen 3700X with the X570 motherboard.


AMD Ryzen 7 3700XRs 57,500
MSI MAG X570 Tomahawk Wi-FiRs 35,000
16 GB DDR4 RAM 3200 MHzRs 23,425
1 TB Hard DiskRs 6,000
256 GB SSDRs 8,200
8231B Aresze Casing with 650W PSURs 12,600
BenQ GW2470HL 24″ LED MonitorRs 19,200
MSI Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ventus 8G V2Rs 1,31,250
TotalRs 2,93,175

Advice and recommendations

Nepali market now has all options of boards for 10th gen whiskey lake, 9th gen, and 8th gen Coffee Lake CPU. You can pair budget i3 9100F with an H310 board and install a good GTX 1050Ti or GTX 1650 and get a great gaming experience at 1080p. The Core i3 9100F and 10100F are better than both Core i5 7400 and i3 8100. Users who want long run and better value should buy i5 10400F paired with a B460 board and install a GPU like  GTX 1660 Ti 6GB to have an ultimate experience. The i5 9400 and i5 10400 performs better than Core i7 7700 and 7700k. So recommend our readers to buy a new-generation processor as far as possible.

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As far as possible, buy the latest 10th generation F-series CPU with “F” suffix. But if you don’t want an external GPU, just buy a normal 10th, 9th, or 8th gen processor. If you are using a computer for the first time and learning, then go with the first PC. People with good experience should choose the second one, and the third PC is for users who need gaming and closed by budget. The final high-end computer is for top-level, most demanding users. Above mentioned set for different types of users. This is our recommendation for normal people who want little multimedia, gaming, good performance, and future-proofing.

Desktop Motherboard Purchase guide in Nepali

Different Platforms and value proposition

Comparing Intel and AMD was never better like it is today. Due to the tough market competition, we can finally now buy better computers. Before 2017 we were stuck on 4 cores in the mainstream for 10 years. Nowadays, we have 6 cores in mainstream, 4 cores in entry-level and 8 cores in the high end. Intel now sells Core processors as a normal consumer product, and they sell Core Extreme such as i9 10980XE under the HEDT lineup and Xeon as a workstation chip. Thanks to AMD Ryzen, we are getting the right products. But due to some reasons, their presence in the Nepali market is less. This is due to their reputation in the past with their older processors.


In the market, we can find both Intel and AMD platforms for all levels of computing. The pricing for both processors and platforms are almost the same. There is a good competition to see. For example, Ryzen 3 3200G gives a good challenge to Core i3 9100 and this is good for consumers. Also, if we see in the HEDT line, Ryzen 3700X gives 8 core and 16 threads at a cheaper price compared to top Core i9 from Intel. Many of experts find Intel processors great in gaming, but for multi-threaded work demands and overall platform price, AMD is winning. Motherboards are also cheaper for the Ryzen system, which in turn makes them a much better choice.

PC Recommendation for Students

People study different subjects, so their need is also different. If any of you were to buy a desktop set for a student in school or high school level we suggest you buy a computer with at-least new Pentium Gold processors such as G5500 or a 9th generation Core i3. We recommend staying away from 7th gen Intel chips and only recommend 8th or 9th gen chips. This will give plenty of power and upgrade options in the future, and it can be a good gaming system as well.

4 GB RAM is plenty for any normal student, and they can use any size of hard disk as they need. For Engineering students in a tight budget, we suggest Core i3 10100 or Core i5 10400F if possible. As the students need good power for software like AutoCAD, ETABS, SolidWorks, ANSYS, etc, we recommend at least 8 GB RAM. A good graphics card can help in 3D and graphics related work. Applications like AutoCAD, 3ds Max and Maya actually require Nvidia Quadro GPU. But you can work with a good normal GTX graphics card like GTX 1650.

In our tests, we found that SSD made significant speed improvements in applications like AutoCAD while opening and running. Therefore we also suggest getting an SSD as a boot drive and to install the software. 256 GB is the sweet spot, but we don’t recommend anything below 128 GB.



A computer is a basic need and it makes our life much easier. In our office, we have fixed many computers and built many as well. In this, we have learned a few things which we want to tell you. Always buy processor and motherboard thinking of the upgrade you may or can do in the future. Also, think of the salvage value because parts like processors don’t go bad easily and they can be sold. Try to have the latest edition because they always have benefits in the computer world.

We highly recommend getting an SSD of at least 128 GB because SSD makes a huge improvement in speed. They should be used for installing Windows and software. Keep backup of your files and regularly update your Windows plus antivirus software. Use power backup solutions such as Inverter or UPS to protect your hardware and files. Always invest in a high-quality power supply because it is the most crucial part of any computer. Anyways you can enjoy the smooth performance with these PC. Our final advice to everyone is, only invest in hardware that you need and buy a capable system with the help of our list of desktop computer price in Nepal.

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About the Author: Abhishek Chand

Structural Engineer by profession. Computer and smartphone enthusiast. Tech-savvy blogger and former Gadget reviewer of AP1 HD TV and TechnoNepal.


    1. good job but it would be great if you update price of every CPU GPU RAMS CASING HDD SSD PSU individually and will be more easier to pick right items. Thank you

  1. So, i7 7700K and i5 7600K have only 5K difference in price. That is ridiculous.
    Anyway thanks for your help!

  2. I want a new cpu, my budget is arround 80K-90K which i will competely spend on CPU only as i already have monitors and other accesories. So i would be greatful if you could recommend me a CPU build arround 80K – 90K as i’m not sure about the prices in Nepal. Thank You!

  3. I want a new PC, my budget is arround 80K-90K which i will competely spend on PC only as i already have monitors and other accesories. So i would be greatful if you could recommend me a PC build arround 80K – 90K as i’m not sure about the prices in Nepal. Thank You!

    1. You need better processor, and sufficient RAM, Anyways you can run in a Pentium 4 and 2 GB RAM also. Get best hardware you can afford. These graphics card in market are not meant for Auto CAD or Solid Works. If you want faster system then you’ll have to get Nvidia Quadro graphics card.

  4. This won’t take much power. We suppose to go with new Core i3 6th Gen processor, H110M Motherboard, 8 GB RAM, 2 GB GT 730 GPU, 550W PSU at around Rs 35000

    1. Gaming CPU’s definition is vague. There are levels, any computer can game. The thing is what level of power you want. We have actually listed all level or types of CPU above. We suggest you to pick from above written lists. Just reduce money of monitor. Simply, moderately powerful gaming CPU can cost between 50K ko 80K

        1. Oh man I was about to pay 9000 each for h110 motherboard and 8GB RAM.
          Thank you so much for the info bro. You saved me.

    2. baru 500 gb ko hard drive ra i3 6th gen leyera graphic card chai aali ramro kinu hos ani medium-high setting ma 60 fps dinxa

  5. Yeah, good point, price variation is wide in Nepali stores. Thus, this is just average price. We found price difference around Rs 2000 in some products among various shops. We suggest to try different markets in Putalisadak and NewRoad.

  6. Bro i want a cpu case, core 2 duo, Dvd drive and mother board my exact budget is 9k ….mother board should support gtx 750 further

    1. You will need a better Core 2 Duo and better board with DDR3 support instead of DDR2 version board and 450W high quality PSU, so you’ll need to add some more money.

    1. Best you can get is i5 7400, MSI B250 Gaming Pro Carbon, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, 128 GB SSD, GTX 1060, Casing with 650W PSU. For gaming, invest in GPU fore than CPU.

    1. Processor: I5 6th gen
      Motherboard: B250M Gaming Pro
      Graphic Card: MSI GTX 1050 2G OC
      RAM: 4GB DDR4
      Hard Drive: 1TB
      Yo specification performance hunxa???

  7. i3 8100 is as powerful as i5 7500 but 8000 rupees cheaper. Intel’s 8th gen is great bang for buck but still would like to see more ryzen adoption in Nepal. That is the king of value for money.

  8. probably because most gamers here are not really pc enthusiast and buy parts that shops, friends or relatives recommend to them. And before ryzen amd processors were plainly room heaters.

  9. i wanted to buy mining components but what to do *** banned bitcoin and related in nepal could be a good source of income

  10. hello, I like would like a help on selecting desktop for designing purposes, eg architectural , interior design etc.. powerful and fast

  11. I’m using normal pc -intel dual core processor and 4 gb ram, i have to run video editing software on my pc. so which ram, gpu, processor should i install please suggest. (I’m using esonic mother board but i could not find out model no or serial no or generation of mother board from windows, but something this ‘ES2015072702438’ & ‘G41CMBL2 ESO 1507010003’ has been written on mother board). waiting for your guidance and reply

  12. im planning to get cpu for basic works, online stuffs and microsoft stuffs. i even want to play fifa too. so what would be ur opinion

    1. For basic work and office suite, a new 9th gen Core i3 will be enough. If you want to play Fifa then go with a good graphics card such as GTX 1650 or GTX 1660. However, if you are into gaming and plan to keep your PC for long time a 9th gen i5 or Ryzen 2600 will be nice. Else GTX 1650 and i3 9100F is a good combo.

  13. I am an IT student and I am planing to buy MSI ps63 modern. Will it be appropiate for IT student and content creator?? Thank you

    1. There are different PS63 Modern and all of them are powerful. But I would recommend buying a laptop with the 9th gen processor and GTX 16 series GPU now. 10th gen laptops are already coming and Nvidia will also launch new series after some time. So better go with the latest to get the best return of your money if you are an IT student and want content creation. But if things become expensive after lockdown ends, PS63 can be a good option.

  14. I think Ryzen ko entry level ma chai gt 1030 narakhda nai hunxa kinaki vega 8 nai entry level gaming ko lagi sufficient hunxa hola ,1030 vanda baru yeuta monitor halde hunxa.

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