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November 24, 2013 12:03:50 AM

Hi

Can you please suggest me a good gaming PC configuration I already own a new 19 inch monitor so please exclude that apart from that my budget is 35k. thanks

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November 24, 2013 12:36:32 AM

Hi..

I Can Suggest You This Config.:-

Proccesor - AMD Fx 6100 Black Edition (Rs. 7200)
Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H (Rs. 4800)
RAM - Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR 3 (Rs.5230)
GPU - Sapphire HD 7770 1 GB GDDR5 (Rs. 8500)
PSU - Corsair SMPS CX430 430 Watts (Rs.2900)
HDD - WD 500 GB (Rs.3500)
Mouse + Keyboard - Logitech MK200 combo (Rs.700)
DVD Drive - LG Optical drive (Rs.1000)
Cabinet - Rs.1500

Total - Rs.35,330.
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November 24, 2013 1:16:59 AM

that build has a huge problem, it uses an Intel mobo with an AMD CPU, they're not compatible, also i would suggest not to get the 6100 and get the 6300 instead
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November 24, 2013 2:19:04 AM

Far good and all compatible:


  • FX 6300 (3.5Ghz/ 6Cores/ AM3+) -> 8000
  • Gigabyte - GA 78LMT - USB3 -> 4400
  • Kingston HyperX Blue 1600Mhz 1 x 4 GB -> 2400
  • WD Caviar Blue HDD ( 500GB ) -> 3500
  • Corshair CX 500W PSU -> 3600
  • CoolerMaster ELite 310 Cabinet -> 2000
  • LG DVD Writer -> 1100

  • Total without GPU: Rs. 25000

    Gpu Choices can be: HD 7790 2GB ( Rs.11975) or nVidia's GTX 650ti Boost 2GB (Rs. 13300)
    1. 650ti boost is 19% faster than 7790,
    2. 650 Ti Boost better power consumption & low noise..

    Hence deliver more Performance for Price.
    Hence Total becomes:
    Rs. 36975 ( with MSI 7790 2GB)
    Rs. 38330 ( with Zotac 650Ti Boost 2GB)

    but if you really cannot get extra Rs. 1400 for 650Ti boost stick with this one which will be best for the budget:
    MSI AMD/ATI R7790-2GD5/OC 2 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card

    Further i can add is 8GB is not that needed when it comes to your budget , 1x 4GB is enough for gaming, also you can always add another memory afterwards!



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    November 25, 2013 6:38:01 AM

    thanks for the reply niko your config seems suitable and i can get the 650i its not a problem ill try my best to get a 2x4 or 1x 8 gb ram from a different company i had a horrible experience with kingston ( no offense ) but regardless like you said if i have no choice then ill resort to 4gb for now and get some later... anyways thanks a lot for your help guyz cheers
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    November 25, 2013 7:50:17 AM

    Kevin121 said:
    thanks for the reply niko your config seems suitable and i can get the 650i its not a problem ill try my best to get a 2x4 or 1x 8 gb ram from a different company i had a horrible experience with kingston ( no offense ) but regardless like you said if i have no choice then ill resort to 4gb for now and get some later... anyways thanks a lot for your help guyz cheers


    your welcome, just make sure you get 650ti Boost.. :) 

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    November 25, 2013 7:54:56 AM

    always choose a dual-channel memory kit, never use just 1 stick of RAM, unless it's DDR4 :) 
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    November 30, 2013 10:58:26 PM

    Hey ,

    these are my purchased config with little change


    FX 6300 black edition 3.5ghz 6 cores RS 7400
    Asus M5A78LM USB 3 RS 4200
    LG DVD /RW RS 925
    Crossair 1x 4 gb RS 5000
    Zotac geforce 650Ti boost 2gb RS 13000
    Cooler master Elite 310 RS 2250
    Smps 500 watts RS 2350
    Segate 1 TB RS 3500

    My only concern is the motherboard instead of a gigabyte ive gotten a ASUS will that suffice ?
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    December 1, 2013 1:35:22 AM


    Asus is a good manufacturer too
    the one i suggested (gigabyte one) is a close and similar one with that of Asus

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