Best Gaming Laptop under 80000 in India (2020)

After a day's work or spending an entire day listening to boring lectures, what better way to unwind than to shoot some villains or be first in a race? What more pleasure than living in open worlds where you're free to do whatever you want to, whenever you want to?

With new graphics cards being released recently, we are expecting the price of laptops with RTX series graphics cards to go down drastically. We couldn't find any laptop with RTX graphics cards under 80k, but that is supposed to change soon.

We have made the list of best gaming laptops under 80000, along with a guide on how to buy the best gaming laptop to make your evenings and weekends more fun and enjoyable. So let's get into it.

Best Gaming Laptops Under 80000

1. ASUS TUF Gaming FX505DV

Processor: AMD Ryzen 7-3750H Processor
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 GDDR6 6GB VRAM
Storage: 512GB SSD
Display: 15.6" (16:9) LED-backlit FHD (1920x1080)

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Who would've thought someone would make an RTX 2060 laptop at this price range? ASUS has gone above and beyond to make an affordable laptop at this price range with the ASUS TUF Gaming FX505DV. This is a powerhouse.

Power and performance

Let's start with the processor. The processor is an AMD Ryzen 7-3750H processor. Don't let the AMD badge deter you, the Ryzen 7 is a powerful processor created to compete with the Intel i7 series of processors.

The Ryzen 7 is a quad-core processor and supports multi-threading. It has a base clock speed of 2.3GHz and a maximum clock speed of around 4.0GHz. That is some proper power. The processor can withstand temperatures up to 105 degrees C. This is particularly useful while gaming when the temperatures can go high. But this laptop doesn't have heating issues and so don't worry about overheating.

Now to the party piece, the graphics card. The laptop features the latest NVIDIA RTX 2060 graphics card. It is a 6 GB graphics card, which means it supports a frame buffer of up to 6 GB. This keeps the RAM intact while gaming. The graphics card is based on Turing architecture and supports real-time ray tracing.

So the first question is what is ray tracing? Ray tracing is the technology by which the path of a ray of light is traced as in real life to get the perfect lighting, shadows and other effects. In earlier games, light from one source just strikes a surface but doesn't reflect from that surface again like in real life. RTX changes that with its revolutionising technology by scattering the light or reflecting depending on the surface.

Here's a video to demonstrate the difference between RTX ON and RTX off.

RAM and Storage

ASUS has not cheaped out on anything. For RAM it provides a mighty 16GB DDR4 2400MHz Dual-Channel RAM. The refresh rates in the RAM are pure gaming laptop territory. The RAM assists a lot in gaming performance. Opening multiple tabs are also not difficult since you have a lot of RAM.

The laptop comes with a 512GB SSD. The SSD also helps in boosted performance. The boot times are extremely slow owing to the faster SSDs.  A standard SSD can read data at a speed of around 550MB ps and can have a write speed of up to 520 MBps. In contrast, an HDD can have a read-write speed of only 125 MBps. That is a substantial difference and you will see this performance difference while gaming also.


ASUS Tuf Gaming comes with a 15.6" LED-backlit FHD screen with an aspect ratio of 16:9. It has a resolution of 1920x1080 and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The high refresh rates help prevent ghosting, a phenomenon seen while gaming that causes previous image frames to stay for a few seconds. The display is an IPS level panel with anti-glare and offers 45% NTSC.

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The laptop has extremely thin bezels making it aesthetically pleasing. The laptop weighs 2.20kg and is relatively light for a gaming laptop.

This is the perfect gaming laptop under 80k in India, especially due to the RTX graphics card and this is a must buy. But if you want to look around, we have a few more laptops to show you, but keep in mind that none of these offers an RTX graphics card which we so love.

2. Lenovo Legion Y540

Processor: 9th Generation Core Intel I7-9750H processor
Graphics Card: 4GB NVIDIA GTX 1650 Graphics
Storage: 1 TB HDD + 256 GB SSD
Display: 15.6-inch screen with (1920X1080) full HD display

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Power and Performance

The Lenovo Legion Y540 is a laptop that features an i7 processor and best gaming performance at around 80000. A brilliantly designed performance laptop that you'll love having at your home.

The processor in this machine is a 9th generation Intel Core i7-9750H. The processor has a base speed of 2.6GHz and a maximum turbo clock speed of 4.5GHz. This makes the laptop smooth as silk. You will not face any stutter or other issues from this laptop. The processor is a hex-core processor and has 12 threads in total. This makes multitasking a breeze. The laptop can handle immense loads given to it while gaming.

The laptop comes loaded with Windows 10 and has lifetime validity.

RAM and Storage

For RAM, the laptop has only 8GB of DDR4 RAM which is a bit less considering ASUS offers 16GB at this price range. But RAM is something that can be easily upgraded and considering that RAM is cheap nowadays that shouldn't worry you much.

For more permanent storage, the laptop comes with 256 GB of SSD and 1 TB of HDD. This provides the best of both worlds as the SSD helps in faster booting and loading of games while the 1 TB HDD provides more than enough storage space.


The laptop comes with a 15.6" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080. It is a full HD display and has anti-glare technology. The screen has a refresh rate of 60Hz which is slightly low for a gaming laptop but that's not a deal-breaker. The laptop has an IPS quality display which makes the screen crisp.

3. HP Pavilion Gaming 15-ec0028AX

Processor: AMD Ryzen 7-3750H Quad-core processor
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650
Storage: 256 GB SSD
Display: 5.6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) anti-glare IPS display

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HP is a name that is very famous among laptop brands and rightly so. They make one of the greatest laptops of all time, and they have recently ventured into the gaming lineup with the HP Omen. The success of Omen was so much that they decided to give the gaming pedigree to Pavilion series laptops also and this is the result. And it is a pretty good result too.

Power and Performance

The laptop features an AMD Ryzen 7-3750H processor, which as we mentioned is a quad-core processor. Multithreading allows each of the cores to handle two tasks at the same time, making it behave like a quad-core processor. The CPU has a base speed of 2.3GHz and a maximum clock speed of up to 4.0GHz with turbo boost technology. This helps the processor to have some extra power when the need arises and it delivers it well. It has a 6 MB cache to store data to access very quickly when needed.

Paired with the AMD Ryzen processor is an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card. It is a 4GB graphics card, which means it has 4GB of GDDR5 memory dedicated for graphics use. This is on top of the 8 GB RAM, which we will mention in some time. The graphics card was released after the ten series GeForce graphics cards to bridge the gap between the RTX series and the older series.

The GTX 1650 graphics card is around 70% more powerful than the older GTX 1050. This means that you can play all the latest titles on the graphics card without it breaking a sweat. Though playing on Ultra might be a bit of a challenge, and may become something too much to ask from the card.

RAM and Storage

The laptop comes with 8GB of DDR4 memory which can handle all your gaming needs as well as open a few browser windows. If you feel the RAM is not enough, you can easily upgrade, and it will set you back by only a few couple of thousand bucks. 

The laptop comes with a 1TB HDD and a 256 GB SSD. This combination of SSD and HDD makes a killer combination for performance gaming laptops. This is because, the SSD makes the laptop so much faster, at the same time the HDD gives a large amount of space at a cheaper rate.


The laptop has a 15.6" full HD display with a resolution of 1920x1080. It also has a micro-edge bezel to keep the laptop smaller than ever. The laptop has a weight of around 1.98kg making it easier to carry around. The laptop has a battery life and is a 3 cell 52.5 Wh Li-ion Fast Charge Battery. The battery can charge from 0-50% in just 45 minutes making it easier to use in places where power cuts are a constant occurrence.

This genuine HP laptop comes with a 1-year domestic warranty from HP covering manufacturing defects and not covering physical damage. All these, and there's no reason why this shouldn't make it into this list.

4. HP Omen 15-dc1092TX

Processor: Intel Core i5-9300H 9th Gen processor
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX 1650 4GB Graphics
Storage: 1TB hard drive
Display: 15.6-inch screen

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This is the second HP laptop on the list, and this deserves to be here. HP revolutionised the gaming industry with the introduction of the HP Omen series of laptops. They were powerful and affordable making them the go-to for most consumers.

Power and Performance

The HP Omen 15 is one really good looking laptop and is powered by a 9th generation Intel Core i5-9300H processor. It is a quad-core processor with 8 threads. It has a base speed of 2.4 GHz and a maximum turbo speed of 4.1 GHz. This is an excellent performance at this price range. You can be sure that the processor does not bottleneck the processor at any point in time.

The graphics card also does an excellent job. It has an NVIDIA GTX 1650 graphics card. As mentioned earlier, this is a 4GB graphics card and has great performance. It can play all the AAA titles of today at Low to even Medium settings. The ability to play today's games itself is an achievement in itself because the games are so demanding. Some of the games of today, at Ultra, get only around 40fps with RTX 2080. Earlier frame rates above 100 were very common.

RAM and Storage

The laptop comes with 8GB of DDR4 RAM, which you would've understood is pretty common at this price range. 8GB is the norm, and if you want a bit more performance, you can choose to upgrade it. Upgrading the RAM is pretty easy on the Omen since you just have to remove the bottom plate and it is easily accessible.

For storage, it has a 1TB HDD. It is a shame that HP didn't add an SSD to the laptop, considering how much of a performant machine they had made. The lack of an SSD will be seen while booting and an increased loading time while gaming, but all the other times the laptop is quite powerful.


For display, the laptop has a 15.6 inch Full HD screen. The screen is IPS which adds clarity and depth to the display. It has anti-glare technology which means, even if you're sitting in bright light, the reflection won't hamper the display on the screen. It has a resolution of 1920x1080 making the view crisp and clear.

The laptop has a 3-cell, 52 Wh Li-ion prismatic battery, which gives long hours on the battery. The laptop also has Bang and Olufsen audio, which is the same brand that provides audio inside BMW cars. In short, high-quality audio.

Overall this is one of the greatest laptops under 80000 and would have made it to the top of the list if it had an SSD and more RAM.

5. Acer Nitro 5 AN515-52

Processor: Intel Core i7-8750H processor
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX Graphics 1050 4GB GDDR5 VRAM
Storage: 128GB Fast SSD+1TB HDD
Display: 15.6" display with IPS (In-Plane Switching) technology, Full HD 1920 x1080

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Acer is a company that has been around for a long time and make quality laptops. They've made another great laptop with the Acer Nitro 5. The Nitro series laptops are all gaming laptops that Acer makes.

Power and Performance

The laptop is powered by an Intel Core i7-8750H processor. It is an 8th generation processor and has 9MB of Intel Smart Cache. The cache is where data is stored before being used by the processor and is an extremely fast area of memory. The processor has a base speed of 2.2GHz and a maximum clock speed of 4.1GHz. The processor has a turbo boost feature which increases the performance of the laptop when needed. Turbo boost works only for short spans of time because working at 4.1GHz for long periods will cause overheating in the laptop.

The laptop comes with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card. This is an older generation laptop, but performance hasn't taken a hit because of that. It is a 4 GB graphics card but is not the most powerful on this list. The graphics card offers great gaming performance and assists in the playing of all the latest titles.

The laptop comes with Windows 10 preinstalled and has lifetime validity.

RAM and Storage

Acer Nitro 5 comes with 8GB of DDR4 memory and is gives good competition to its rivals. One thing which we loved about the laptop is the addition of an SSD to the existing HDD to create a great performance pairing. The laptop has a 128GB SSD paired to a 1TB HDD to give a great performance to the laptop.

The addition of an SSD has reduced the boot times from 30 seconds to around just 10s. That is a huge difference. Even while gaming the performance shows up in loading times of the games. The games load extremely fast and you don't have to wait too much.


The laptop comes with a 15.6-inch display with IPS  (In-Plane Switching) technology. The laptop has a Full HD display with a resolution of 1920x1080. Acer has Acer Comfy View technology that helps in better viewing of the content of the screen by offering a matte finish to the surface of the display. The display is LED-backlit.

The laptop weighs around 2.7kg which is more than the average in this sector, but all that extra weight is spent on the cooling of the laptop, and the laptop stays cool even after long sessions of gaming. It has a 4 cell lithium battery and offers a battery life of around 7 hours.

This Laptop Comes with 1 Year Domestic Onsite and (ITW) International Traveler Warranty from Acer Covering Manufacturing defects and not Covering Physical Damage.

All this adds up to a great laptop that has great performance, giving it a seat on the best gaming laptops under 80000 in India.

Laptop Buying Guide

So how do you find the best laptop? What are the criteria that you have to look into while buying a gaming laptop? Let's take a look.

Graphics Card

A Graphics card is the soul of a gaming laptop. Even if you have a laptop that is extremely expensive, if the graphics card in the laptop doesn't perform up to the mark, you can forget gaming. Think of MacBooks. They're expensive and they've got the best processor but you can't game with them. The issue is the lack of a high-end graphics processor.

The major graphics card manufacturers that are available in the market today are Nvidia and AMD. We will be concentrating on Nvidia graphics cards since they offer the best graphics cards currently.

At the budget of 80000, the best graphics cards you can lay your hand on are GTX 1050 and GTX 1650 graphics cards with the 1650 offering around 70% more performance than GTX 1050 as claimed by Nvidia. This graphics card can play all the latest titles with ease and without breaking a sweat.

The GTX 1650 graphics card can play all the latest AAA titles at medium and some even at High settings. The performance of the graphics card is impeccable as it is based on the Turing architecture.


The processor is the brain of the computer and we should pick a processor in such a way that it doesn't bottleneck the graphics card. That is, if the CPU is extremely slow, the performance of the graphics card will be hampered because of that.

We recommend you to get a processor which is above the 9th generation Intel Core i5 processor. To identify which generation processor it is, you just have to look at the full name of the processor.

Intel Processor names will be something like Intel Core i5-9750H. The first one or two digits (in the case of 10th generation) after the - symbol denotes the generation. So 9750H is a 9th generation processor. Do not fall for the trap of buying a really old i7 processor as it will cause huge performance dips.


8GB of RAM should get you through most of the tasks and all your gaming needs. If you feel the need to upgrade the RAM you can upgrade to up to 16GB but anything above that is not necessary.

RAM usages of above  16GB will be noticed only if you're a content creator and has to edit videos. Video editing is a memory-intensive task and takes a lot of RAM storage. If you want your laptop to edit videos, then you can upgrade it to up to 32GB.


Storage is another one of the important components of a laptop. Since this component can be upgraded whenever you want, we don't need to worry too much about this.

But if your laptop does not have an SSD we would recommend you to buy one as it will improve the performance of the laptop greatly. SSDs are three times faster than HDDs and therefore you will see a significant drop in load times of games. You'll also notice that the laptop starts faster since the processor can read the data faster from the SSD.

If your laptop contains only an HDD, then we recommend you upgrade it to an SSD. A small 256GB SSD will do since they are very expensive but make sure that the operating system is on the SSD and not on the HDD. If the operating system is on the HDD then all this effort will be in vain.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Which is the best graphics card you can get at this price range?

The best graphics card you can get for a gaming laptop at 80000 is RTX 2060 graphics card.  This is the latest graphics card from Nvidia as we have mentioned and offers ray tracing and all the latest technologies that are available today.

With this graphics card, you'll get a seamless experience while gaming and higher frame rates.

How much RAM should I go for?

16 GB is what we would suggest you go for, but even 8GB is fine. Though this is just half of what is maximum we are suggesting you go for 8GB also since RAM is one of the components that can be upgraded easily. RAM sticks are also cheap and cost around just 3000 rs.

Should I go for an HDD or an SSD?

We would strongly recommend you to go for an SSD, and the perfect one would be a combination of both HDD and SSD. This would give you ample storage with the HDD and great performance with the SSD.


Buying a gaming laptop is a journey and we wish you good luck in finding the best gaming laptop under 80000.

Happy gaming.