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July 7, 2013 9:30:16 PM

Hey hello there

i'am looking forward to build a gaming pc and my budget is under 50k.

Iam gonna use the system mostly for playing games browsing the net and watching movies

Please suggest a gaming pc config in my budget and Dont forget to include the monitor and cabinet and also provides sites from where where i can get those at a cheap price or some local shops in Pune if anyone knows.

I'am not thinking of overclocking the cpu or the graphics card now maybe later


pls provide a answer for this query A.S.A.P


Thank You in advance

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July 7, 2013 11:11:01 PM

For that budget this is the best rig that can be made for the price. This would really be awesome!!
This is the best you can build for this price :


If you think that the answer helped, then don't forrget to select it as the best answer. It would be highly appreciated by me.
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July 8, 2013 2:32:06 AM

thanx mate but i think i5 would be a better choice over the fx600 and i was thinking of an intel nvidia build rather than an amd one so gtx 660 ti would be good
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a b 4 Gaming
July 8, 2013 9:18:04 AM

Ranjit Pradhan said:
thanx mate but i think i5 would be a better choice over the fx600 and i was thinking of an intel nvidia build rather than an amd one so gtx 660 ti would be good


For 3rd Gen i5 you would have to push your budget around 6000 rupees. And for the latest 4th Gen gen i5 you would have to extend your budget even more and then you might have to be satisfied with a bad graphics card, so it is not worth it. And this CPU is a beast for gaming. I do not think that you are going to have problems with it. Just drop in a nice aftermarket heatsink and overclock the hell out of this CPU. It would do just fine.
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July 24, 2013 5:36:13 AM

Iam from INDIA, Chennai

Don't spend much in more expensive Gaming rigs. Just spend how much your PC can hold for next 3 Years.

Intel i3 3220 or i5 3470
Gigabyte B75-D3H
Corsair Vengance 1600MHz 4GB
Asus 7790 1GB
Corsair CX430v2
Seagate 1TB 6GBps 7200RPM
Cabinet any thing you Like but look for better quality cases or go for Corsair 200r or 300r

(These are my config too and i can play any games @ 75% graphics settings @ 1600x900 including metro last light and Crysis 3)

For Price go this Page http://www.deltapage.com/list/index.html
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a b 4 Gaming
July 24, 2013 8:30:14 AM

dhamodharen said:
Iam from INDIA, Chennai

Don't spend much in more expensive Gaming rigs. Just spend how much your PC can hold for next 3 Years.

Intel i3 3220 or i5 3470
Gigabyte B75-D3H
Corsair Vengance 1600MHz 4GB
Asus 7790 1GB
Corsair CX430v2
Seagate 1TB 6GBps 7200RPM
Cabinet any thing you Like but look for better quality cases or go for Corsair 200r or 300r

(These are my config too and i can play any games @ 75% graphics settings @ 1600x900 including metro last light and Crysis 3)

For Price go this Page http://www.deltapage.com/list/index.html


So, are you saying that a 7790 can hold it up for three more years? No way, the 7790 is a weak card. The i3 3220 would soon be overshadowed by the AMD's extra cores as almost all the next gen games are certain to be multi threaded friendly. Go for the build i suggested, it is a good build.
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August 15, 2013 2:39:27 AM

See this is my gaming setting apart from this i can Run

ALL settings Ultimate + FXAA in TOMBRAIDER in 1600 x 900 45Fps AVG
DMC 100% max settings Ultimate in 1600 x 900 65Fps AVG
Dead Space 3 100% max settings = 39Fps AVG
Below video is Crysis 3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWQZiVIES3A

Because you have hardware warranty for max 3years after that u can buy same 30k budget system so that you can save money and also you can use advanced PC at that time
Sangeet Khatri said:
dhamodharen said:
Iam from INDIA, Chennai

Don't spend much in more expensive Gaming rigs. Just spend how much your PC can hold for next 3 Years.

Intel i3 3220 or i5 3470
Gigabyte B75-D3H
Corsair Vengance 1600MHz 4GB
Asus 7790 1GB
Corsair CX430v2
Seagate 1TB 6GBps 7200RPM
Cabinet any thing you Like but look for better quality cases or go for Corsair 200r or 300r

(These are my config too and i can play any games @ 75% graphics settings @ 1600x900 including metro last light and Crysis 3)

For Price go this Page http://www.deltapage.com/list/index.html


So, are you saying that a 7790 can hold it up for three more years? No way, the 7790 is a weak card. The i3 3220 would soon be overshadowed by the AMD's extra cores as almost all the next gen games are certain to be multi threaded friendly. Go for the build i suggested, it is a good build.


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a b 4 Gaming
August 15, 2013 5:54:33 AM

The basic principle for building a rig is that make it as powerful as possible when you have the money. You cannot know what happens in the future. So just get the best one you can get for the money.

And for now the 7850 is better than the 7790 and is close the the enthusiast level 660 from Nvidia, though not quite there, but yeah it is a great card indeed.

So go for the best possible now. No one can predict what would happen in the future.
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November 15, 2013 7:36:36 AM

monitor-Dell IN1930 18.5 inch LED Backlit LCD Monitor-rs 6020
case-antec x1 gaming case- rs 2500(primeabgb)
cpu-amd fx 6300- rs 8109
mobo-MSI 970A-G43 Motherboard-rs5499
hdd-WD Blue WD10EZEX 1 TB Internal Hard Drive-rs 4172
gpu-zotac nvidia gtx 660-rs 15900
ram- corsair vengeance 1x8gb - rs 5238
psu-(idk what wattage you need to get but should be around 4k ruppees ;p)


Total-INR 51438.

This should be able to handle all games upto date on ultra settings

Hope i helped :) 

p.s- all prices except the case(checked on primeabgb) are checked on flipkart. You may get them cheaper from your local shop.
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November 16, 2013 8:59:25 AM

I would swap out the FX 6300 + MSI g43 board with the i3 3220 and MSi B75MA P45 board since I do not trust the Msi G43 board for the 100W AMD CPU's.

Better to go with the i3 3220 and the MSI B75-MA P45. It would perform about the same with the Nvidia 660 and it a bit cheaper and without the risk of being burnt out motherboard.
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February 21, 2014 12:22:20 AM

Processor: AMD 4 GHz FM2+ A-Series Accelerated Processor Unit A10-7850K Processor (12900)
RAM: Corsair Dominator DDR3 12 GB (3 x 4 GB) PC RAM (12500)
Mother Board: ASRock FM2A88X Extreme6+ Motherboard (10399)
Graphics Card: Sapphire AMD/ATI Radeon R9 270X with Boost OC 4 GB DDR5 Graphics Card (18200)
(Secondary Recommended)HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Desktop Internal Hard Drive (4099)
(Primary Recommended)SSD (OPTIONAL): Kingston 120 GB SSD Internal Hard Drive (5880)
Cabinet: Cooler Master K281 Mid Tower Cabinet (3392)
Power Supply: Zebronic Zeb 450W Value Plus 450 Watts PSU (551)


All Prices From Flipkart.
Total Price::62000 (Approximately)
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