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BEST config for low settings gaming..! under 30000rs.!

Hi Tomshardware Community,

I want to assemble a good pc for normal gaming and daily purpose under 30000rs. please recommend me an assembly under my budget. (I wanted to play games like Battlefield 4 or Assassin's Creed 4, no problem if i play on low graphics setting)
The things i thought were -
1. AMD 3.5 AM3+ FX 6-Core Edition FX-6300 (FD6300WMHKBOX) Processor,
AMD 4 GHz AM3+ FX-4300 FX-Series Four-Core Edition FD4300WMHKBOX Processor,
(recommend me Intel processors too. i have heard that Intel i5 3rd or 4th gen. processors comes with 4gb dedicated graphics card, are they good?, please help)
2. MSI 970A-G46 Motherboard
3. Corsair SMPS CX500 500 Watts PSU
4. Corsair Vengeance DDR3 4 GB (1 x 4 GB) PC RAM (CMZ4GX3M1A1600C9)
5.WD Blue WD10EZEX 1 TB Internal Hard Drive.

Thanks in advance.!
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More about config low settings gaming 30000rs
  1. 1. FX-6300 CPU
    2. MSI 970A-G46 MOBO
    3. Corsair CX500 V2 500W PSU
    4. Corsair Vengeance DDR3 4GB RAM
    5. WD Blue WD10EZEX 1TB HDD
    6. RADEON R7 240 OR RADEON HD 7770 (Better) GPU
  2. Are AMD processors good for gaming..!? i have heard that intel i5 processors comes with integrated graphics card, which can reduce our extra graphic card. and the things you have mentioned has increased till 32000rs...!!
  3. Best answer
  4. mnc221 said:


    R7 240 is almost equivalent to a HD 6670 (DDR3)
    And your suggested config is over his budget
    I have suggested the best possible rig in his budget - A10-6800K with 2133MHz RAM





  5. @ chimera201
    why "...never buy a cheap psu" ????
  6. dunique said:
    @ chimera201
    why "...never buy a cheap psu" ????


    You bumped an old post.



    There are other reasons than this but this should be enough I guess
  7. just tell me the answer.i just need to know why?
  8. dunique said:
    just tell me the answer.i just need to know why?


    The explosion wasn't enough?
    1. Cheap PSUs often cannot deliver their labeled wattage.
    2. They don't have protection circuits like over voltage (OVP), under voltage (UVP), over current (OCP), over power (OPP), over load (OLP), over temperature (OTP), no-load operation (NLO). If you try to pull more power than the PSU can deliver it can explode taking the rest of your system with it.
    3. They have very low efficiency and will increase your electricity bills.
    4. They have shorter life
    5. They don't meet all ATX requirements.
  9. never thought about that anyway thanks buddy
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