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Which is the best gaming pc configuration within $1000-$1200 in the year - 2013

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June 16, 2013 12:01:00 PM

:bounce:  Please help me build my new gaming pc configuration :bounce: 

Hello Everyone,
I am from India. Please help me to build my new gaming desktop pc.
I have decided to build the best next generation gaming pc within the price range of $1000. (Max. $1200)
I like both INTEL and AMD pc configuration. I am also thinking to try out intel 4th generation haswell based pc. Or the next generation of Amd based pc. But if you all have a great configuration in intel 3rd generation based pc or AMD fx-8xxx based pc then that is also welcomed.

And everybody please mention each and every parts of the pc of your best configuration. That must include everything a desktop gaming pc has like (processor, mobo, hdd, sdd, cooler, graphics card, ram, cabinet, power supply, monitor, speaker, keyboard, mouse etc) along with their brands, features, specifications and prices etc. [You can also mention any component I forgot to mention here].

So, please share your experience and knowledge and help me build my new pc within $1000-$1200.

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So guys, please give it all you have got for the greatest ever build or your dream-build for a super-cool gaming pc configuration. (But within $1000-$1200)

:D  !!!!! Lots of Thanks and Best of luck !!!!! :D 
June 17, 2013 9:52:46 AM

jinayhvora said:
this http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/17jE3 these are US prices so i have kept it within 950$ to account for the price difference in India


Thank you very much. But can u tell me of a good brand for z87 lga 1150 mobo, becoz I heard that z87 chipsets are the best. Also do u think that buying an intel i5 4670 instead of i5 4570 is worth a deal in respect to price-performance ratio ?
And is a better GPU available at this price ? And also an ssd ? Also if you dont mind then I would also like to share my own configuration, but its with intel 3rd generation cpu. Please tell me if my build is good or not and also please tell me a way to reduce the price. (There are also some extra components like flash drive, gamepad etc but I need them).
And the prices have gone to Rs.100k in India. And I checked that 1USD = Rs60. (may change with time). So, Rs.100k = $1,667. So, can you suggest a way to reduce the price to max.1200-1300$ (Rs.72000- Rs.78000).
And intel 4th generation is also about to hit India soon. So, I think I have to change the 3rd gen. cpu and z77 mobo in this link.
This is the link.
http://www.flipkart.com/wishlist/chaudhuri.soujatya-228...

And I would like to mention that I will never overclock becoz that reduces cpu life span, and I will use this for heavy gaming (but not at ultra high resolutions), but at very high resolution. And I will use only one gpu. (I will not use crossfire or sli to use 2-3 gpu's at once). And I would use my pc for other entertainments, watching full hd movies, listening music, and lots of internet surfing. And this is all. ---------- Thanks again.
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June 17, 2013 10:52:59 AM

if u're going with my build: u don't need a Z87 cuz its a non overclockable processor (as u said u dont wanna overclock), the difference between 4570 and 4670 is only the 200 Mhz of clock speed. the 4th Gen is already out on Flipkart though at very bad prices so u might wanna wait for them to come down. the 650 Ti Boost is not a great card but its one of the best in terms of value for money ... it can play games at 1080p at medium settings with decent FPS... if u want something better u might wanna wait for the upcoming GTX 760
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June 17, 2013 2:01:08 PM

jinayhvora said:
if u're going with my build: u don't need a Z87 cuz its a non overclockable processor (as u said u dont wanna overclock), the difference between 4570 and 4670 is only the 200 Mhz of clock speed. the 4th Gen is already out on Flipkart though at very bad prices so u might wanna wait for them to come down. the 650 Ti Boost is not a great card but its one of the best in terms of value for money ... it can play games at 1080p at medium settings with decent FPS... if u want something better u might wanna wait for the upcoming GTX 760


Thank you very much but I think I will wait for the prices to come down. And how did you like my configuration ?
And what is the difference between the mobos having the chipsets z87, B85, and so on etc. Is there any difference in integrated graphics between the chipsets or that one can overclock and the other cant or there is something else in difference ?
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June 17, 2013 11:01:14 PM

ur build is good to, but if u don't wanna overclock don't get a K Series CPU and a Z Series Mobo. u can cut down those and use the savings to get a better GPu...i still suggest the upcoming GTX 760 although it may be quite some time before it comes to India.
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