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Hi......i live in india and i am goibg to build a new gaming pc ........so i am confused that all my components will work fine togeather or not.....
My specification......
Processor- Intel I3-3220
Motherboard- Asus P8B75-M or Asrock b75-pro3
Hard disk- WD cavier Blue 500gb
psu- corsair cx500
Cabinet-corsair 400R
Gpu- Gtx650ti boost or Gtx660
Dvd burner- HP 1260I
Ram-corsair vengance 4gb..........
So ...everything will work fine togeather or not........
Or suggest me any changes......but ...not more expensive
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  1. Sorry to say but scout is out of my buget and its hard to find 300r.....
    But i'll look at the psu u suggest
  2. Looks fine to me. Just get a better PSU and get at least a Nvid a660 for good gaming performance. Also, if possible then go for the i5 3350p. It is a great CPU when compared with the i3.

    Also, can you please tell us your complete budget? I also live in India and might be able to suggest you something better for similar price.
  3. All these component are compatable with each other or not.........
    I am worried .......i by mistake i'll damage something i cannot affort a new one .........
    And i also have choises in mobo and gpu.........which is better......rply
  4. My buget is about 55000-56000
  5. That psu can even power gtx 760
    Thats the best seasonic
  6. As u say a better psu so ...i think corsair cx600 will be good enough
  7. Just wait for like 10 minutes. I am planning a build for you since now I know your budget. Wait for like 10 minutes. I will post the one which I think is the best for your budget.

    :)
  8. Sorry dued.....i forgot to mention that i also need a monitor ..................but one more question which is better radoin 7870 vs gt660.............and gtx650ti boost vs radeon 7850
  9. Okay, so this is the best build for the price. The i5 + 760 is much better than the i3 + 660 that you selected. This should serve you better.

    CPU: Intel i5 3330 Quad Core (₹11918 @ Flipkart)
    Motherboard: MSI B75MA-P45 LGA 1155 (₹4150 @ Flipkart)
    RAM: 2 x Kingston HyperX Blu DDR3 4 GB (₹5026 @ Flipkart)
    HDD: WD Blue WD10EZEX 1 TB (₹4032 @ Flipkart)
    Video Card: ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 2GB (₹20955 @ Flipkart)
    PSU: Seasonic S12II 620 Watts PSU (₹5199 @ Flipkart)
    Case: Corsair Carbide Series 300R (₹4695 @ TheItDepot)
    DVD Drive: Asus DRW-24D3ST DVD Burner (Black) (₹1114 @ Flipkart)
    Total: ₹57089

    Take a look at this build and tell me what you think of it. Your feedback would be highly appreciated.
  10. Power supply seasonic 520w
    http://www.flipkart.com/seasonic-s12ii-520-watts-psu/p/itmd5xz5hzvzt9cx?pid=PSUD5XZ4KFH65H9E&otracker=from-search&srno=t_1&query=seasonic+s12ii+520+watts+psu&ref=bcabc789-c0ee-4701-a4f0-468a82dac971

    Cpu - 3470
    http://www.flipkart.com/intel-core-i5-3470/p/itmdd2xsg3gvjzrz?pid=PSRDD2HHC9GF4GEF&otracker=from-search&srno=t_1&query=3470&ref=c54113f9-ff7d-48c4-92fb-d003d3f9579b

    Mobo - asrock b75

    http://www.flipkart.com/asrock-b75-m-motherboard/p/itmdcpws4sma3vkw?pid=MBDDCPWRUXHAVEYB&otracker=from-search&srno=t_2&query=B75&ref=c21048b6-00d6-4a78-8655-d12e7b2472d0

    Ram 2x4gb 1600 kingston hyper x

    http://www.flipkart.com/ps/RAMDG5DHJMBH4XKG


    Video card - sapphire 7850 ghz

    http://www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-hd-7850-1gb-gddr5-1-gb-graphics-card/p/itmddu7gyykzdfeu?pid=GRCDDU7G4FBRVZVT&otracker=from-search&srno=t_2&query=7850+&ref=41d12c8b-067d-469f-8870-8278ef1279fe


    Hdd seagate barracuda 1tb 7200rpm 64mb cache

    http://www.flipkart.com/seagate-barracuda-1-tb-desktop-internal-hard-drive-st1000dm003/p/itmd6uyz2g5sdhgh?pid=IHDD6UYN8VR4HRMA&ref=8c418d3e-706e-4d78-88c4-0f7fbc0bcafb


    Case - Cm k350 windowed case

    http://www.theitdepot.com/details-Cooler+Master+K350++Gaming+Cabinet+(RC-K350-KWN1-EN)_C5P17186.html


    Monitor - dell 21.5" full hd led IPS panel monitor
    http://www.flipkart.com/dell-s2240l-21-5-inch-led-backlit-lcd-monitor/p/itmdf4zvqauzt2z4?pid=MONDF4ZHPUYJBYPR&otracker=from-search&srno=t_1&query=Monitor&ref=2408c5bc-eaac-4925-906f-8614c76d1c64


    Total is 55458 rs
    This would be the best u can get
  11. The 760 is a powerhouse. These benchmarks might help you understand. The benchmarks are from Anandtech, so they are 100% correct.




  12. Which is best for i 3 -3220
    Gtx660
    Radeon 7870
    Radeon 7850
  13. WHY R U GOIN FOR I3 I GAVE U A MUCH BETTER COMPLETE BUILT
  14. Dude...i am asking for my bro his buget is low
  15. get a 7870 or 7850 depending on the budget
  16. Why...not gtx 660 ....
    suggest the best and cheap... Bcoz i have to pay for his gpu.....
  17. Get a 7850 it will be sufficient

    Heres the answer for why not 660
    http://gpuboss.com/gpus/Radeon-HD-7870-vs-GeForce-GTX-660
  18. When you have 56,000 then why not just go for the build that i have suggested. It is the best for the price. i5 + nvidia 760 is the best of them all.
  19. He needs a monitor too
  20. Sn1992-1361850 said:
    He needs a monitor too


    Well.. he did not mentioned that in his first post. Anyways, let's see what can be done.
  21. Best answer
    Okay, so if you can go AMD then this is the best build for that price (Monitor included)

    AMD build (better than i3)
    CPU: AMD FX 6300 6 Core CPU (₹7579 @ Flipkart)
    Motherboard: ASUS M5A97 LE Motherboard (₹5830 @ Flipkart)
    RAM: 2 x Kingston HyperX Blu DDR3 4 GB (₹5026 @ Flipkart)
    HDD: WD Blue WD10EZEX 1 TB (₹4032 @ Flipkart)
    Video Card: ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX660 2GB (₹15649 @ Flipkart)
    PSU: Seasonic S12II 620 Watts PSU (₹5199 @ Flipkart)
    Case: Bitfenix Merc Alpha ATX Mid Tower (₹2805 @ TheItDepot)
    DVD Drive: Asus DRW-24D3ST DVD Burner (Black) (₹1114 @ Flipkart)
    Monitor: Dell S2240L 21.5 inch LED (₹9396 @ Flipkart)
    Total: ₹56630


    With Intel CPU (if you prefer)
    CPU: Intel i3 3220 Dual Core Processor (₹7499 @ Flipkart)
    Motherboard: MSI B75MA-P45 Motherboard (₹4150 @ Flipkart)
    RAM: 2 x Kingston HyperX Blu DDR3 4 GB (₹5026 @ Flipkart)
    HDD: WD Blue WD10EZEX 1 TB (₹4032 @ Flipkart)
    Video Card: ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX660 2GB (₹15649 @ Flipkart)
    PSU: Seasonic S12II 620 Watts PSU (₹5199 @ Flipkart)
    Case: Bitfenix Merc Alpha ATX Mid Tower (₹2805 @ TheItDepot)
    DVD Drive: Asus DRW-24D3ST DVD Burner (Black) (₹1114 @ Flipkart)
    Monitor: Dell S2240L 21.5 inch LED (₹9396 @ Flipkart)
    Total: ₹54870


    I would suggest you to go for the AMD build since it can be overclocked and the 6 cores in it holds more for the future games. Also the i3 is a dual core (with hyperthreading) which means it has 2 real cores and 2 virtual cores, so for the future games it would not be that good and the i3 would get bottlenecked by future games that would use more than 4 threads at a time.

    So my recommendation would be to go for the AMD one. Also you can overclock it in the future for even better performance.
  22. Ok...amd........
    But i need a better cabinet ...so i expend mu buget a little bit.......and choose 2cases now tell me which is better....
    Cm 690II advance
    or
    corsair 400R
    ...................or suggest any other below rs 6000
  23. A 300R or a 400R should be good enough. You would probably never need more features than that of the 300R, so go for that one as that is cheaper.

    Also if at any time you feel that your answer has been solved then make sure to mark the thread as solved by "Picking an answer as the solution". It would be appreciated by guys who are looking for similar answers.

    Note : Do not go for the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced. It is generally blaimed for it's performance on all the reviews on the Internet. So better get the Corsair 300R or 400R. Whichever you can afford.

    I hope this helps.
  24. ritiktyagi26 said:
    Ok...amd........
    But i need a better cabinet ...so i expend mu buget a little bit.......and choose 2cases now tell me which is better....
    Cm 690II advance
    or
    corsair 400R
    ...................or suggest any other below rs 6000


    get a 400r for sure great value for ur money
  25. Last question.........plz suggest a mob with hdmi for fx6300
    below rs 6000
    I need hdmi a lot....its must
  26. The graphics card has an HDMI port so it should do fine. You can run any display from that port on the graphics card.
  27. Is paying online on it depot sofe or not
  28. its safe i did a few transactions myself there

    no problem at all


    dont frget to close the post
  29. If at any time you feel that your answer has been solved then make sure to mark the thread as solved by "Picking an answer as the solution". It would be appreciated by guys who are looking for similar answers.

    I hope you understand.
  30. I know that ........but i need a mob with hdmi.......and i can't tell u why i need it ....bcoz its a long story.........so plz a mob with hdmi below 6000
  31. Sn1992-1361850 said:


    No! Really NO! That is a 760G motherboard. You should at least get a 970 Motherboard. Man.. Please at least think before recommending something to anyone. The 760G motherboards are just crap for the FX Series of processors. You should never recommend a 760G board for a FX Processor.
  32. Sorry man.. for your budget there are not good motherboards with HDMI support. You should really remove that from your requirements.

    Also, Can I know why you need the HDMI port on the motherboard when you have the HDMI port on the graphics card? Please that is important to know.
  33. look i reccomended it because he wanted a hdmi port on the mobo
    970 chipset doesnt have one


    and i have installed a few fx 6300 on that board and there had been no probs
  34. It would work but it would remove most of the features that the 970 board has.

    1. The 760g board is not recommended for overclocking at all as it has worse VRM than the 970 board.
    2. The 760G board has no Sata 6GB/sec ports wheras the 970 board has 6 Sata 6GB/sec ports.
    3. The 760G board is micro ATX and has much less expansion slots.
    4. The 970 board has better Audio controller.
    5. 970 board has support for more USB ports.
    6. 970 board has significantly more Internal I/O connectors.
    7. 970 board has UEFI bios, hence more BIOS features.

    There are a lot more differences but those are enough to tell you how much different are those two boards. So, get the 970 board and hence the board I suggested.
  35. yes i know but the op wanted the hdmi port for personal reason


    maybe he wanna swap graphic card or something like that


    personally i never reccomend 760g board
  36. Listne you both.........first u tell me that without gpu will my pc start.......or can i play videos etc..........bcoz i hear that fx6300 dose not have igpu..........and I need it bcoz i am going to buy a gpu from a retailer after my pre exams.......bcoz of my parents......and thats why i need a hdmi board.....so i can also connect it with my BRAVIA
  37. I am a begineer and new to the world of gaming pc........
    So i...only know a little bit ...........
    Why Seasonic S12II 520 Watts PSU is better than corsair cx600 psu......
  38. Get graphics card first. I mean you should not be skimping on motherboard or CPU just because you need a HDMI port. Also a HDMI port would do nothing. I mean, since that CPU does not have inbuilt graphics hence you would not be able to drive a display using that CPU even if the motherboard has HDMI port of not.

    So better get all the parts at the same time. Otherwise you would have to compromise on the quality of the parts.
  39. Actually I sent the link of the 620W PSU not the 520W PSU.

    Anyways here is why the Seasonic PSU is better :
    1. It is 80 Plus Bronze Certified (Corsair one is only 80 Plus, at least the one in India is.)
    2. The quality of the parts used in Seasonic PSU's are much better than the Corsair Ones.

    So, those are the two main reason why I suggested the Seasonic 620W PSU.
  40. In short...........no display without gpu......gpu must
  41. yes ryt
    and that cpu doesnt have igp but the lower end mobos have
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