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Need Help!! Planning to build a decent Gaming Pc (Low-Medium End)

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February 3, 2014 11:03:14 AM

So i wanted to know which Processor is better.
The AMD Phenom II X2 560 (Black Edition) or AMD Athlon II X2 270.

Gonna Combine it with a ddr3 4GB Ram and AMD Radeon HD 7750 1gb DDR5 GPU.

So Do reply asap PLease..
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February 3, 2014 2:53:33 PM

zRudeBoi said:
So i wanted to know which Processor is better.
The AMD Phenom II X2 560 (Black Edition) or AMD Athlon II X2 270.

Gonna Combine it with a ddr3 4GB Ram and AMD Radeon HD 7750 1gb DDR5 GPU.

So Do reply asap PLease..


The phenom 2, because its a possible unlock to a quad core and is overclock black edition.



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February 3, 2014 2:54:41 PM

whats ur budget and country of origin?

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February 3, 2014 11:59:40 PM

iceclock said:
whats ur budget and country of origin?


15k INR (india) Suggest me a processor..
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February 4, 2014 12:07:01 AM

MSI Z87-G43 Motherboard 9900 inr
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February 4, 2014 12:54:59 AM

maxalge said:
12598966,0,1568206 said:
So i wanted to know which Processor is better.
The AMD Phenom II X2 560 (Black Edition) or AMD Athlon II X2 270.

Gonna Combine it with a ddr3 4GB Ram and AMD Radeon HD 7750 1gb DDR5 GPU.

So Do reply asap PLease..
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What about 1.AMD 3.9 GHz FM2 Quad-Core A8-6600K
2.MSI FM2-A55M-E33 Motherboard
3.Corsair Vengeance DDR3 4 GB (1600)

Is this good for gaming ?




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February 4, 2014 5:13:35 AM

aliafzal189 said:
MSI Z87-G43 Motherboard 9900 inr


huh wat ? Why are u suggesting me a motherboard ? LOL i asked you bout the processor
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February 4, 2014 7:03:39 AM

CPU: FX 6300/ FX 4300

Mobo: ASRock 980DE3-U3S3

RAM: 4gb (2x2gb kit) Kingston Value Ram 1333

Video card/GPU: R7 250 1gb ddr5 or Radeon 7770 1gb ddr5

Cheap as chips and should keep you reasonably happy in the higher details at lower resolutions.

If you plan on overclocking, make sure you get a nice aftermarket heatsink and fan like the coolmaster hyper 212 EVO.

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February 4, 2014 8:37:54 AM

sapperastro said:
CPU: FX 6300/ FX 4300

Mobo: ASRock 980DE3-U3S3

RAM: 4gb (2x2gb kit) Kingston Value Ram 1333

Video card/GPU: R7 250 1gb ddr5 or Radeon 7770 1gb ddr5

Cheap as chips and should keep you reasonably happy in the higher details at lower resolutions.

If you plan on overclocking, make sure you get a nice aftermarket heatsink and fan like the coolmaster hyper 212 EVO.



will this one do ? http://www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-radeon-r7-250-...
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February 5, 2014 4:51:15 AM

zRudeBoi said:
sapperastro said:
CPU: FX 6300/ FX 4300

Mobo: ASRock 980DE3-U3S3

RAM: 4gb (2x2gb kit) Kingston Value Ram 1333

Video card/GPU: R7 250 1gb ddr5 or Radeon 7770 1gb ddr5

Cheap as chips and should keep you reasonably happy in the higher details at lower resolutions.

If you plan on overclocking, make sure you get a nice aftermarket heatsink and fan like the coolmaster hyper 212 EVO.



will this one do ? http://www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-radeon-r7-250-...


Nothing wrong with Sapphire. Go for it.
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February 5, 2014 8:43:56 AM

sapperastro said:
zRudeBoi said:
sapperastro said:
CPU: FX 6300/ FX 4300

Mobo: ASRock 980DE3-U3S3

RAM: 4gb (2x2gb kit) Kingston Value Ram 1333

Video card/GPU: R7 250 1gb ddr5 or Radeon 7770 1gb ddr5

Cheap as chips and should keep you reasonably happy in the higher details at lower resolutions.

If you plan on overclocking, make sure you get a nice aftermarket heatsink and fan like the coolmaster hyper 212 EVO.



will this one do ? http://www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-radeon-r7-250-...


Nothing wrong with Sapphire. Go for it.



Radeon R7 250 gives a bad rating in Game-debate.com
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February 5, 2014 11:13:55 AM

There is nothing wrong with it, you just have to lower your expectations. If you have the money, get a GTX780. Or an R9. I thought you were under a fairly tight budget so I gave you recommendations based on that.

For the money, the best in the lower end would be either an R7 250, scaling slightly up to a 7750 gddr5, then a 7770 gddr5 (or R7 260). If you have plenty to spend, you can head even higher up the chain. It all depends on what you can afford.
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February 5, 2014 11:14:05 PM

sapperastro said:
There is nothing wrong with it, you just have to lower your expectations. If you have the money, get a GTX780. Or an R9. I thought you were under a fairly tight budget so I gave you recommendations based on that.

For the money, the best in the lower end would be either an R7 250, scaling slightly up to a 7750 gddr5, then a 7770 gddr5 (or R7 260). If you have plenty to spend, you can head even higher up the chain. It all depends on what you can afford.


I could afford a decent high end gpu but i needa buy a processor and a ram.. so Yeah.. is fx-4300 Black edition Good ?
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February 6, 2014 6:55:48 AM

The 4300 is fine for gaming. It is always the gpu thats makes the biggest difference for gaming, by far, unless your CPU is an ancient beast.

I myself am putting together a new rig shortly. Still running a Athlon 64 x2 4800+..And I have never bothered overclocking it...and games run fine, with bottlenecks just creeping in now with the newer games coming on the market. Make of that what you will, but what it says to me is: So long as your cpu is reasonably robust, you can still play games with it. The fx 4300 is more than reasonable enough. GPU, GPU, GPU over CPU for gaming.

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February 6, 2014 7:10:40 AM

sapperastro said:
The 4300 is fine for gaming. It is always the gpu thats makes the biggest difference for gaming, by far, unless your CPU is an ancient beast.

I myself am putting together a new rig shortly. Still running a Athlon 64 x2 4800+..And I have never bothered overclocking it...and games run fine, with bottlenecks just creeping in now with the newer games coming on the market. Make of that what you will, but what it says to me is: So long as your cpu is reasonably robust, you can still play games with it. The fx 4300 is more than reasonable enough. GPU, GPU, GPU over CPU for gaming.



I had a phenom 2 1055t @ 3.8ghz, right around the time far cry 3 first came out is when I realized it was time for an upgrade.

unless your CPU is an ancient beast LOL you are way past that point, and have been bottlenecking anything decent for a long time.


Dismissing cpu is a big mistake a lot of people make, just look at all the "I don't get the fps I should" posts.


Fact is, it's all about balance.





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February 6, 2014 9:09:12 AM

aliafzal189 said:
MSI Z87-G43 Motherboard 9900 inr


Why suggest an Intel board when we are talking AMD cpu's? :pt1cable: 

OP, what is your max budget and what parts do you need?
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February 6, 2014 7:25:50 PM

maxalge said:
sapperastro said:
The 4300 is fine for gaming. It is always the gpu thats makes the biggest difference for gaming, by far, unless your CPU is an ancient beast.

I myself am putting together a new rig shortly. Still running a Athlon 64 x2 4800+..And I have never bothered overclocking it...and games run fine, with bottlenecks just creeping in now with the newer games coming on the market. Make of that what you will, but what it says to me is: So long as your cpu is reasonably robust, you can still play games with it. The fx 4300 is more than reasonable enough. GPU, GPU, GPU over CPU for gaming.



I had a phenom 2 1055t @ 3.8ghz, right around the time far cry 3 first came out is when I realized it was time for an upgrade.

unless your CPU is an ancient beast LOL you are way past that point, and have been bottlenecking anything decent for a long time.


Dismissing cpu is a big mistake a lot of people make, just look at all the "I don't get the fps I should" posts.


Fact is, it's all about balance.







Wow, I didn't know that!.....

Fact is, I can still play those games at a playable level. No ifs, no buts. Over 30 fps. And that is on an 'ancient beast'. Still, as I said, I am putting together my parts for a new build.

The op isn't going to build a monster rig, so wasting money on higher level cpus is ridiculous. The most bang for the buck comes from the gpu, and none that the op will buy will go near causing a modern cpu to bottleneck.
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