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August 12, 2013 12:11:36 AM

Hi Guys,

I need to buy all of the hardware components. Planning to assemble it myself. OS not needed.

To be used exclussively for gaming.

Unlocked CPU is welcome, if it is better suited and within budjet.

Wish to buy the parts online in India. Will be great if someone could suggest me few good online retailers.

Planning to buy within two weeks.

Thanks in advance.

Few additional questions:
Could anyone please educate me as to why games does not prefer the old win XP OS over Win 7 or Win 8, on gaming PCs? XP should only use far less resources compared to the newer OSs ... Secondly, is there anything to be gained from having a 64 bit h/w and OS in terms of gaming experiance?

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August 12, 2013 12:25:50 AM

Please Specify if you need a monitor also as it would cut down on your budget to get everything from scratch would be a really hard if you are looking for a pure gaming build including gaming mouse, pad and gaming keyboard, monitor and the CPU, I would recommend to wait just a little bit more if I were you to see if the Volcanic islands and Sea Islands(I think that is what it is called) series would be launched soon from the red arena(AMD).
Okay lets answer the basic questions first
The older Win XP is good only for the Direct X 9 series of older games and they don't support the newer Direct X 10 and 11 and the upcoming 11.1 series games, and yeah a 64 bit operating system is better as it would process in 64 bits along the FSB/HT whatever and would be better optimized for the newer hardware as they are all 64 bit CPUs these days.
Win 8 has 11.1 Direct X and the Windows 7 has the DX 11 and the Vista had DX 10.X I guess.
Also the RAM would be accessible for anything above 3 GB RAM would not be recognised on an older 32 bit OS like Win XP 32 bit.
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August 12, 2013 12:29:18 AM

I would suggest a local retailer as they have better margins as compared to the online ones here in India, as most of the parts are almost always overpriced. Which city/town do you live in?
If online is the only route you can go I can suggest quite a few online retailers. do let me know, also if you need to RMA anything it would be easier to do so locally rather than having to ship it to the online retailer, you get the point.
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August 12, 2013 12:34:06 AM

online reatilers I'm familiar with not in any order of preference:
flipkart.com
junglee.com
ebay.in
primeabgb.com
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bitfang.com
infibeam.com
theitdepot.com
techshop.in
anythinginit.com
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August 13, 2013 3:17:00 AM

saudagar said:
Please Specify if you need a monitor also as it would cut down on your budget to get everything from scratch would be a really hard if you are looking for a pure gaming build including gaming mouse, pad and gaming keyboard, monitor and the CPU, I would recommend to wait just a little bit more if I were you to see if the Volcanic islands and Sea Islands(I think that is what it is called) series would be launched soon from the red arena(AMD).
Okay lets answer the basic questions first
The older Win XP is good only for the Direct X 9 series of older games and they don't support the newer Direct X 10 and 11 and the upcoming 11.1 series games, and yeah a 64 bit operating system is better as it would process in 64 bits along the FSB/HT whatever and would be better optimized for the newer hardware as they are all 64 bit CPUs these days.
Win 8 has 11.1 Direct X and the Windows 7 has the DX 11 and the Vista had DX 10.X I guess.
Also the RAM would be accessible for anything above 3 GB RAM would not be recognised on an older 32 bit OS like Win XP 32 bit.


Hi Saudagar,

Thanks for the quick reply and answers to my general questions.

Answers to your questions:

Yes I need a monitor as well. Monitor need not be high end.

Accessories like gaming keyboard, special mouse or joystick can wait.
For now planning to get cheap, normal versions of these.

Assuming "Volcanic islands and Sea Islands" are new GPUs, do we have even a rough ETA on their release in India?
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August 13, 2013 3:19:59 AM

saudagar said:
I would suggest a local retailer as they have better margins as compared to the online ones here in India, as most of the parts are almost always overpriced. Which city/town do you live in?
If online is the only route you can go I can suggest quite a few online retailers. do let me know, also if you need to RMA anything it would be easier to do so locally rather than having to ship it to the online retailer, you get the point.


I am from Coimbatore. What you said makes sense. Will take your advice and get the parts from retail outlets and maybe use online prices just for refference.
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August 13, 2013 10:32:33 AM

http://www.contemposervices.com/chennai-computer-prices...
http://deltapage.com/list/
The above two pages should give you a rough idea of the prices in your city as they may be close to the rates in Chennai, also i think that the VAT is cheaper in your state.
the Monitor depends on the kind of games you really play if you don't play FPS games then you can opt for IPS or MVA/VA based panels as the would give you really good colour reproduction and watching movies on them would be a real treat, not to mention the viewing angles would be really sweet without really any deterioration unlike the cheaper LEDs most opt for, however if you are sensitive to the ghosting on slower panels i'd say you go for a low gtg speed lcd panels.
I was in the market for a decent LCD myself recently and found the AOC ips AOC I2251FWE screen tempting as it was the cheapest and found reviews online about it, but went with a Qnix evolution II 2710 a korean import. Bear in mind it has a 14 ms GtG so you won't like to play fast paced games on it.
lemme know if you find the suggestions helpful, will help you if you like,.
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August 13, 2013 11:57:13 AM

saudagar said:
http://www.contemposervices.com/chennai-computer-prices...
http://deltapage.com/list/
The above two pages should give you a rough idea of the prices in your city as they may be close to the rates in Chennai, also i think that the VAT is cheaper in your state.
the Monitor depends on the kind of games you really play if you don't play FPS games then you can opt for IPS or MVA/VA based panels as the would give you really good colour reproduction and watching movies on them would be a real treat, not to mention the viewing angles would be really sweet without really any deterioration unlike the cheaper LEDs most opt for, however if you are sensitive to the ghosting on slower panels i'd say you go for a low gtg speed lcd panels.
I was in the market for a decent LCD myself recently and found the AOC ips AOC I2251FWE screen tempting as it was the cheapest and found reviews online about it, but went with a Qnix evolution II 2710 a korean import. Bear in mind it has a 14 ms GtG so you won't like to play fast paced games on it.
lemme know if you find the suggestions helpful, will help you if you like,.


WOW! Great sites. thanks .... Could you hack me a config in my price range too? I dont know much abt compatibility across different components models ...
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February 7, 2014 11:20:45 PM

hey guys ,
I am a computer peripherals wholesaler in nehru place, delhi for 25 years now
I plan to get assembled pc's for gamers on an online store(gamersgarage) so that you guys siting in kolkata ,punjab or anyother corner in inida can avail our services on your doorstep.
well as you know Im a distributor who can get any and every king of gaming pc parts available in inida . but i want some support and advice from indian gamers so that i can serve you guys in the best possible way .
inbox me at - pulkitwalia09@gmail.com . lets get gaimng
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