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HELP !! Gaming pc under 35000 inr

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April 4, 2014 9:27:36 AM

I wanted to build a gaming pc that can run just cause 2 and Black Flag at mid to high graphics in the budget mentioned above.

I have already decided on some specification. suggest me any changes if need to be done :-

1)Processor - Intel 31. GHz LGA 1155 Core i5 3450

2)Motherboard - Gigabyte GA B75M-D3H

3)Ram - Corsair DDR3 4GB (CMX4GX3M1A160011)

4)Graphic card - Zotac Nvidia GEFORCE GTX 650 (non ti)

5)Hardisk - 500GB WS CAVIAR BLUE.

6)SMPS - Corsair 550w

7)ROM - LG GH24N595

I already have a monitor keyboard & mouse.

Thanks in advance :) 

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April 4, 2014 9:36:49 AM

I would drop to the H71 and get an i3 so you can get a better GPU. This will be better for gaming for you.

Also, isn't AMD cheaper than NVIDIA in India?
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That's a really good build, the only thing i would change would be the power supply. Get at least the CX430, the VS is horribly made.
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April 4, 2014 10:14:03 AM

Yea, I wasn't crazy about it either, but fortunately the 750ti is a very efficient GPU.
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April 4, 2014 9:22:45 PM

Thanks guys for your suggestion indeed helped me a lot in deciding

-logainofhades
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April 4, 2014 9:28:42 PM

HiTechObsessed said:
I would drop to the H71 and get an i3 so you can get a better GPU. This will be better for gaming for you.

Also, isn't AMD cheaper than NVIDIA in India?


yes but nvidia has physX and SLI that amd dosn't.
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April 4, 2014 9:42:55 PM



Due to the Operating System limitation, the actual memory size may be less than 4 GB for the reservation for system usage under Windows 32-bit OS. For Windows 64-bit OS with 64-bit CPU, there is no such limitation. Intel HD Graphics Built-in Visuals and the VGA outputs can be supported only with processors which are GPU integrated. Due to chipset limitation, the Blu-ray playback of Intel HD Graphics is only supported under Windows Vista and Windows 7. Intel InTru 3D is only supported under Windows 7 and Windows 7 x64. PCIe Gen3 is supported on 3rd Generation of Intel Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs. DDR3 1600 with Intel Ivy Bridge CPU, DDR3 1333 with Intel Sandy Bridge CPU. Intel Rapid Start Technology and Smart Connect Technology are only supported under Windows 7 OS or later versions. INTEL i3 will not support the GPU.
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April 5, 2014 9:07:35 PM

SIDDHARTH1101 said:
HiTechObsessed said:
I would drop to the H71 and get an i3 so you can get a better GPU. This will be better for gaming for you.

Also, isn't AMD cheaper than NVIDIA in India?


yes but nvidia has physX and SLI that amd dosn't.


PhysX isn't all that great, and AMD has Crossfire, which is the same kind of thing.
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April 7, 2014 6:17:24 AM

HiTechObsessed said:
PhysX isn't all that great, and AMD has Crossfire, which is the same kind of thing.


Crossfire definitely makes up for lack of SLI, but PhysX is sweet! I personally think it adds a lot, and so do a lot of people. You get smoke, particles, cloth, liquid, and all sorts of realism that other physics technologies aren't quite on part with. It doesn't necessarily mean Nvidia cards are better because AMD cards can run PhysX though a simple text file hack, but there is a pretty noticeable improvement with PhysX. Just look at these videos showing games with and without PhysX in the same scenes:

Warframe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j89kwKfYf5w

Batman Arkham Origins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0nGhrE4fs8

Borderlands 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9k1idbbr2pw

Metro: Last Light: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VafzR7JqO2I

You'll get the picture from those, though there are more. AMD or Nvidia can run it, but I think the Nvidia cards tend to do it a little more efficiently, and they don't require a text hack to enable. Yay for eye candy! :D 

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April 7, 2014 7:34:15 AM

SIDDHARTH1101 said:


Due to the Operating System limitation, the actual memory size may be less than 4 GB for the reservation for system usage under Windows 32-bit OS. For Windows 64-bit OS with 64-bit CPU, there is no such limitation. Intel HD Graphics Built-in Visuals and the VGA outputs can be supported only with processors which are GPU integrated. Due to chipset limitation, the Blu-ray playback of Intel HD Graphics is only supported under Windows Vista and Windows 7. Intel InTru 3D is only supported under Windows 7 and Windows 7 x64. PCIe Gen3 is supported on 3rd Generation of Intel Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs. DDR3 1600 with Intel Ivy Bridge CPU, DDR3 1333 with Intel Sandy Bridge CPU. Intel Rapid Start Technology and Smart Connect Technology are only supported under Windows 7 OS or later versions. INTEL i3 will not support the GPU.


It does support it. PCI-E is backwards compatible. I could put that GTX 750 ti in my PCI-E 1.1 equipped Core 2 rig and it would work just fine.
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April 7, 2014 8:25:05 AM

logainofhades said:
SIDDHARTH1101 said:


Due to the Operating System limitation, the actual memory size may be less than 4 GB for the reservation for system usage under Windows 32-bit OS. For Windows 64-bit OS with 64-bit CPU, there is no such limitation. Intel HD Graphics Built-in Visuals and the VGA outputs can be supported only with processors which are GPU integrated. Due to chipset limitation, the Blu-ray playback of Intel HD Graphics is only supported under Windows Vista and Windows 7. Intel InTru 3D is only supported under Windows 7 and Windows 7 x64. PCIe Gen3 is supported on 3rd Generation of Intel Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs. DDR3 1600 with Intel Ivy Bridge CPU, DDR3 1333 with Intel Sandy Bridge CPU. Intel Rapid Start Technology and Smart Connect Technology are only supported under Windows 7 OS or later versions. INTEL i3 will not support the GPU.


It does support it. PCI-E is backwards compatible. I could put that GTX 750 ti in my PCI-E 1.1 equipped Core 2 rig and it would work just fine.


It might work with your mobo but the ASRock motherboard you suggested has limitations.
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April 7, 2014 8:29:09 AM

Everything has limitations. You do not need PCI-E 3.0. Not even an R9 280x or GTX 770 will fully use a 1.1 or 2.0 x16 slot. What limitations are you concerned with?
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April 7, 2014 8:34:47 AM

logainofhades said:
Everything has limitations. You do not need PCI-E 3.0. Not even an R9 280x or GTX 770 will fully use a 1.1 or 2.0 x16 slot. What limitations are you concerned with?


I checked this mobo on flipkart link .... http://www.flipkart.com/asrock-h71m-dgs-motherboard/p/i...

I read the limitations column below on the link and it said "PCIe Gen3 is supported on 3rd Generation of Intel Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs.". I was thinking of buying a gtx 650 which needs pcie 3.0. are the processor mobo and the GPU compatible??
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April 7, 2014 8:52:39 AM

Yes, they are still compatible. You can run a PCI-E 3.0 x16 card in any PCI-E x16 slot just fine. PCI-E 3.0 is just a bandwidth spec really. The card you are looking at is nowhere near powerful enough to saturate a 1.1 spec slot much less a 3.0. It really isn't any different, with regards to compatibility, than USB 2.0 vs 3.0. You can use a 2.0 device in a 3.0 slot and a 3.0 device in a 2.0.
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April 7, 2014 8:57:48 AM

Just as a side question, but what would actually saturate a PCI-e 3.0 x16? Can a Titan Z even do that?
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April 7, 2014 9:35:13 AM

I don't think even Titan Z can. PCI-E 3.0 is probably only necessary, right now anyway, for crossfiring R9 290 and r9 290x since they do crossfire over the PCI-E bus now instead of using the crossfire bridge.
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April 7, 2014 9:42:40 AM

Wouldn't that be less likely to saturate a single PCI-e 3.0 16x slot? There is only one processor on each. Plus, at least for SLI, the bridge only has a 1 gb/s bandwidth, which is super-slow compared to the PCI-e slot. With two GPUs in one slot, it seems that there would be way more bandwidth use. I guess there is no simple way to test for exactly what it is.
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