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1000$ (56000 RS) Future Proof Gaming Build

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May 29, 2013 2:46:23 AM

Most importantly, i am a noob in hardware.. So please be a little more detailed while replying..

Approximate Purchase Date: Mostly after Haswell release i.e 1-2weeks [will decide IB vs Haswell after results of haswell]

Budget Range: 56000Rs i.e 1000$ [After shipping]

System Usage from Most to Least Important: Crysis3 , BF3 , GTA V/VI , Minecraft, DotA 2, Movies , Programming/Coding , Basic Photoshop/Video editting.

Are you buying a monitor: Not sure as i have a 5-6 year old monitor - Viewsonic VA1912wb, So please advice if i must buy a monitor or not ? [If i do buy i can raise the budget my 5600Rs i.e 100$ maximum]

Do you need to buy OS: Mostly yes [windows 8 on a 64gb ssd]

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: I am from INDIA , so not sure which sites will be the best.. Mostly flipkart.com

Parts Preference: Intel/AMD GPU: 660ti/7950/7870
Location: City, State/Region, Country - Country: India City: Bombay/Mumbai

Overclocking: Maybe [90% Yes , 10% NO - i dont know much i am new to all this]

SLI or Crossfire: Maybe after 2-3years not sure at all..

Your Monitor Resolution: 1440x900 [Not sure but here's my monitor --> Viewsonic VA1912wb]

Additional Comments: I am confused between i5 and i7 and also between IvyBridge and Haswell. I read at many places that price difference wouldnt be much so thats a point [Also i can wait for 2weeks more at max ]

I will not be able to upgrade this PC for atleast 4 upcomming years.. So i need to ensure that will run most of the games at [atleast high if not very high/ultra] game settings for the coming 3-4 years.

Please note that i am a noob at hardware [i have very very very less knowledge] so please help me in details thank you :D 

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May 29, 2013 3:20:07 AM

here's my rough suggestion:

a Haswell i5 and motherboard,
8 GB RAM,
Antec, Corsair, XFX, PC Power & Cooling, FSP or Seasonic 80+ bronze PSU at 500-550W,
1 TB HDD,
cheapest DVD burner you can find
Case with extra fans of your choice
then the best GPU you can afford. 7870, 660ti, or better
as for the monitor, go ahead and replace it with a 1920x1080 monitor
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May 29, 2013 4:54:08 AM

Here's an Ivy Bridge Build (U can replace the Processor and Motherboard with Haswell if u like, rest will remail the same)
Processor: Intel Core i5 3470 - about Rs 12000
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H - about Rs 4000
RAM: 8GB Kingston DDR3 1600 MHz RAM - About Rs 4000
Video Card: Zotac/Asus nVidia Geforce 650 Ti - About Rs 11500
DVD Burner: Samsung DVD-RW Drive - About: Rs 1000
Storage: Kingston 120 GB SSD - About Rs 6000
Storage: Seagate Barracuda 500 GB SATA III Hard Disk: About Rs 3500
Cabinet: iBall Piano 126 - Rs 2250
Power Supply: Corsair VS450 - Rs 2500
OS: Windows 8 Upgrade Pack - Rs 8000 (this is an upgrade pack but as far as i know you should have no problem installing it on a new build, remember to get a 64 bit version as 32 bit only supports upto 4GB of RAM)
Don't buy a new monitor (i have an 8 year old one and it is more or less similar to 720p monitors available today)
if u want to overclock beyond 4 GHz get the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler (Rs 2200), for anything below that the stock Intel Cooler is good enough
Total comes to about 57k, check at local shops if u can get the components at a lower price,
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May 29, 2013 6:15:55 AM

jinayhvoya, the i5 3470 cant be overclocked and the same goes for the motherboard. You need either a Z77 mobo or a Z75 chipset mobo. I have seen only 1 z75 chipset mobo and it was an AsRock. You can get a good cheap mobo under Rs 8000.
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May 29, 2013 6:21:50 AM

out of budget then....skip the overclocking then....the CPU is good enough as it is...and then skip the cooler too....invest in a better GPU....get a 560
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May 29, 2013 2:55:54 PM

Thanks but i am still confused.. Also looking for AMD builds because i read somewhere CPU doesnt matter much while gaming
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May 29, 2013 10:36:20 PM

acid1drinker said:
Thanks but i am still confused.. Also looking for AMD builds because i read somewhere CPU doesnt matter much while gaming


of course it does....a slower CPU can bottleneck ur GPU
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May 30, 2013 2:47:14 AM

jinayhvora said:

of course it does....a slower CPU can bottleneck ur GPU


Sorry but what is "bottleneck" ?
and also i have been taking hints from here but because my budget is a bit more than that i was thinking of upgrading phenom to i5 or fx 8350 and change the motherboard because rest of the config seems okay to me
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May 30, 2013 3:16:08 AM

acid1drinker said:


Sorry but what is "bottleneck" ?


a bottleneck means that the inspite of having one good component you would see a performance degradation in games due to another slow component
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