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Whic one is good rig for ultra gaming :p

RIG 1 :


So guys will this a PErFecT gaming rig ?

FOR THIS :

Processor
Intel 3.4 GHz LGA1155 Core i5 3570K Processor

Motherboard
ASRock Z77 Pro4 Motherboard

Ram
Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) PC RAM (CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9R)


Graphics Card
ZOTAC NVIDIA GTX 650 Ti AMP! Edition 2GB 2 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card

Psu
Corsair CMPSU-500CXV2UK 500 Watts PSU


RIg 2

Processor
Intel 3.3 GHz LGA1155 Core i5 3550 Processor OR i3 3550


Motherboard
Intel DH77EB Motherboard

Ram
Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) PC RAM (CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9R)

Graphics Card
ZOTAC NVIDIA GTX660 Ti 2GB ( ZT-60802-10P) 2 GB DDR5 Graphics Card


Psu
Corsair CMPSU-600GUK 600 Watts PSU
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  1. Neither are all that good, are these pre-built options or did you pull them together yourself?
    You might want to fill out this form, we might be able to make a good rig for you.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/353572-31-build-upgrade-advice
  2. I would choose the 2nd build its a better balanced build then the first one.

    It would also help if we new if you could OC or not and what your budget is.
  3. manofchalk said:
    Neither are all that good, are these pre-built options or did you pull them together yourself?
    You might want to fill out this form, we might be able to make a good rig for you.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/353572-31-build-upgrade-advice


    Approximate Purchase Date: the closer the better if i will get the anser i will start it at lightening speed

    Budget Range : 55,000

    System Usage from Most to Least Important : damn hardcore gaming want to play crysis 3 ACIII FC3 HIt.Abso etc

    Parts to Upgrade : cpu mobo ram psu gpu [[ zotac 660 ti FIXED ]]

    Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Flipkart or [other (which but..tell me)]

    Parts Preferences: CPU should be Intel , MOBO Asrock or Intel, idk about ram ,PSU Corsair CMPSU-600GUK 600 Watts

    Overclocking: Maybe

    SLI or Crossfire: Nope

    Why I Am Upgrading: my spec are too damn old to play new games like crysis 3 etc ialso no have a gpu

    ===MY OLD SPECS===

    Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 @ 2.93GHz
    Intel Corporation DG31PR (J3E1)
    2.00GB Single-Channel DDR2 @ 333MHz (5-5-5-15)
    OS : Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
  4. I agree with @manofchalk. When you write "ultra gaming" people will assume you are talking enthusiast level specs (Ultra high details in games). That requires either SLi or Crossfire of again either GeForce GTX690 or AMD Radeon HD7990.

    The specs you have written down are more for average gaming. The CPU is alright, since most video games pull more on the GPU then they do the CPU. But the memory only runs 1600MHz, which is to low for "ultra" requirements.

    The PSU should be at least 600W, and if you go for a higher graphics-card that should be upped to 750W.

    Finally, I am confused by your budget. You write 55,000, but without knowing what country you are in, this being an US site, it will be assumed you talk USD. That is a mighty budget indeed :pt1cable:
  5. Best answer
    That's Indian Rupes and it comes to a little over $1000. I agree, if you want an ultimate gaming rig you'll have to spend more and get a better GPU like a GTX 670, Hd 7970, etc. 3570K and Z77 is great for gaming.
  6. BuzzKenway said:
    manofchalk said:
    Neither are all that good, are these pre-built options or did you pull them together yourself?
    You might want to fill out this form, we might be able to make a good rig for you.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/353572-31-build-upgrade-advice


    Approximate Purchase Date: the closer the better if i will get the anser i will start it at lightening speed

    Budget Range : 55,000

    System Usage from Most to Least Important : damn hardcore gaming want to play crysis 3 ACIII FC3 HIt.Abso etc

    Parts to Upgrade : cpu mobo ram psu gpu [[ zotac 660 ti FIXED ]]

    Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Flipkart or [other (which but..tell me)]

    Parts Preferences: CPU should be Intel , MOBO Asrock or Intel, idk about ram ,PSU Corsair CMPSU-600GUK 600 Watts

    Overclocking: Maybe

    SLI or Crossfire: Nope

    Why I Am Upgrading: my spec are too damn old to play new games like crysis 3 etc ialso no have a gpu

    ===MY OLD SPECS===

    Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 @ 2.93GHz
    Intel Corporation DG31PR (J3E1)
    2.00GB Single-Channel DDR2 @ 333MHz (5-5-5-15)
    OS : Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit


    Anonymous said:
    I agree with @manofchalk. When you write "ultra gaming" people will assume you are talking enthusiast level specs (Ultra high details in games). That requires either SLi or Crossfire of again either GeForce GTX690 or AMD Radeon HD7990.

    The specs you have written down are more for average gaming. The CPU is alright, since most video games pull more on the GPU then they do the CPU. But the memory only runs 1600MHz, which is to low for "ultra" requirements.

    The PSU should be at least 600W, and if you go for a higher graphics-card that should be upped to 750W.

    Finally, I am confused by your budget. You write 55,000, but without knowing what country you are in, this being an US site, it will be assumed you talk USD. That is a mighty budget indeed :pt1cable:


    Anonymous said:
    That's Indian Rupes and it comes to a little over $1000. I agree, if you want an ultimate gaming rig you'll have to spend more and get a better GPU like a GTX 670, Hd 7970, etc. 3570K and Z77 is great for gaming.


    so what will be the setting for crysis 3 ?
  7. BuzzKenway said:
    BuzzKenway said:
    manofchalk said:
    Neither are all that good, are these pre-built options or did you pull them together yourself?
    You might want to fill out this form, we might be able to make a good rig for you.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/353572-31-build-upgrade-advice


    Approximate Purchase Date: the closer the better if i will get the anser i will start it at lightening speed

    Budget Range : 55,000

    System Usage from Most to Least Important : damn hardcore gaming want to play crysis 3 ACIII FC3 HIt.Abso etc

    Parts to Upgrade : cpu mobo ram psu gpu [[ zotac 660 ti FIXED ]]

    Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Flipkart or [other (which but..tell me)]

    Parts Preferences: CPU should be Intel , MOBO Asrock or Intel, idk about ram ,PSU Corsair CMPSU-600GUK 600 Watts

    Overclocking: Maybe

    SLI or Crossfire: Nope

    Why I Am Upgrading: my spec are too damn old to play new games like crysis 3 etc ialso no have a gpu

    ===MY OLD SPECS===

    Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 @ 2.93GHz
    Intel Corporation DG31PR (J3E1)
    2.00GB Single-Channel DDR2 @ 333MHz (5-5-5-15)
    OS : Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit


    Anonymous said:
    I agree with @manofchalk. When you write "ultra gaming" people will assume you are talking enthusiast level specs (Ultra high details in games). That requires either SLi or Crossfire of again either GeForce GTX690 or AMD Radeon HD7990.

    The specs you have written down are more for average gaming. The CPU is alright, since most video games pull more on the GPU then they do the CPU. But the memory only runs 1600MHz, which is to low for "ultra" requirements.

    The PSU should be at least 600W, and if you go for a higher graphics-card that should be upped to 750W.

    Finally, I am confused by your budget. You write 55,000, but without knowing what country you are in, this being an US site, it will be assumed you talk USD. That is a mighty budget indeed :pt1cable:


    Anonymous said:
    That's Indian Rupes and it comes to a little over $1000. I agree, if you want an ultimate gaming rig you'll have to spend more and get a better GPU like a GTX 670, Hd 7970, etc. 3570K and Z77 is great for gaming.


    so what will be the setting for crysis 3 ?


    The two different systems you have listen to begin with, will be able to run Crysis 3 on medium without anti-aliasing. But if you really want to run Crysis 3 in high details without spending a lot of money on dual graphic-cards, then you need to invest in a AMD Radeon 7970 like suggested above, as well as a Z77 chipset Mainboard and faster memory modules, the RAM must at least be able to run 2100MHz at relatively low cache levels, I would suggest no higher then CL12-14-14-22@2100MHz.
  8. The speed of your RAM has absolutely no impact on gaming performance whatsoever as long as it's DDR3...
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