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Help Needed for PC Components Selection --- Budget Rs.21,000

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July 12, 2013 6:56:41 PM

I want to build a new Desktop PC ASAP.
Components required are : Processor, RAM (4GB), Geforce GT640 GFX Card and Motherboard.

Preference :
Processor : AMD FX Series Processor
Graphics Card : GT640 because gaming resolution is 1024 by 768.

Though the budget is 21000, I want to be the total cost as low as possible.
Also, see if I can include a 32gb SSD for OS ?

Any Help ???
July 12, 2013 7:03:45 PM

You say you only need a processor, RAM, GPU, and motherboard.
Do you already have a case, psu and HDD? If so, what are they?
July 12, 2013 7:06:24 PM

Yup, I have case PSU and Hard Drive.
400Watt Power Supply, 160GB Seagate Momemtus XT Hard Drive (Laptop)
I am not familiar with the case. It's a good case.
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July 12, 2013 7:10:24 PM

....We can't really help if you don't know what case it is. Just saying its a good case doesn't help because we need to know the case in order to get the right motherboard for you. There's multiple sizes in motherboards and only certain type of cases support certain sizes (i.e. mATX case can't fit an ATX board).
Also, do you know the brand of the 400w psu? A low-quality psu can blow up on you, which is very bad.
July 12, 2013 7:29:14 PM

It's a mid tower cabinet. And the Power Supply, what to say but I can't tell u because I am 102.6Kms away from them. But its a branded power supply and can easily handle loads up to 321watts.
Also, I need a graphics card which uses less power.
But a system like this is enough because I do not game a lot. Just on medium settings on 1024 by 768 ? :
AMD A10 6800K Quad Core APU - Rs.7,500
G.Skill Memory 4GB (2x2) 1600Mhz - Rs.1,650
MSI FM2-A55M-E33 Motherboard - Rs.3,000
OCZ Agility 3 60GB Solid State Drive - Rs.3,500

G.Total : Rs.15,650.
I like that system. Will be just using for daily tasks and some gaming.
Is it good enough ?

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July 12, 2013 8:21:41 PM

I would try to grab 2x4gb at 1866mhz.

I'm going to trust your word on the psu. However, if it is not a good psu then it has a good chance to blow on you and take out some of your components as well.