I need to buy a gaming pc rig under 45000inr or 750 usd

hai guys i need to buy a new gaming pc rig under 45000inr or about 750usd.. including monitor.
i need theese....

processor-intel i5
mobo-asus
ram- 2x4 8 gb corsair or g skill
Hdd-500gb segate barracuda
psu-500w
gpu-inbetween 10000-15000

i need to play crysis3,battl field 4,gta 5,nfs rivals at max resoluton
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  1. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

    CPU: Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor ($209.99 @ Amazon)
    CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler ($29.98 @ OutletPC)
    Motherboard: ASRock Z87 Extreme4 ATX LGA1150 Motherboard ($124.99 @ Newegg)
    Memory: G.Skill Sniper 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($74.99 @ Newegg)
    Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($56.98 @ OutletPC)
    Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 770 2GB Superclocked ACX Video Card ($346.99 @ Amazon)
    Case: Corsair 400R ATX Mid Tower Case ($79.99 @ Amazon)
    Power Supply: Antec High Current Gamer 620W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply ($67.99 @ NCIX US)
    Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS DVD/CD Writer ($16.99 @ Newegg)
    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8.1 - 64-bit (OEM) (64-bit) ($94.99 @ Best Buy)
    Total: $1103.88
    (Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.)
    (Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-04-24 13:50 EDT-0400)

    For that money, your not going to play any of those on max setting. The lowest I can get is 1100 with no monitor..
  2. check this out. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3A3Cp
    leave moniter & other stuff..about 800$.
    i'm from india too.
  3. Leave Intel If You Want A Good Gaming PC Under That Budget-
    So Here's A Very Good Build With AMD
    AMD FX 8350 - 12000
    4 GB Ram G.Skill Ripjaws @ 1600 MHz - 6000
    1 TB HDD Seagate Barracuda - 4500
    Any ASUS Motherboard With Socket AM3+ Which Supports Upto 1866 MHz DDR3 Ram. - 6000
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 660 - 15000
    ANY PSU With 600 Watts.
    Total - 45000 - 48000
    Its A Good Gaming Rig That Can Run Those Games At Good Setting With Decent FPS
    Find Monitor On Your Own And Other Accessories
    I Like Zebronice Stingray Headset. Its Just 409 INR At Flipkart and Its Just Great.
  4. Running same dilemma here..Try a good display. Ultrasharp
  5. since u r opting with core i 5 build gone be lil exp by 4000-5000 , going with amd will reduce this amount by 3000. also don't go below r9 270x as it is best budget card for gaming at 1080p at high settings.

    cpu i5 4440 -------------------- 12000/-
    motherboar asus/gigabyte h81----4000/-
    r9 270x vapor x---------------- 15000/-
    corsair 550w -----------------------3000/-
    monitor 22" aoc/benq/dell-------8000/- * full hd
    ram 8gb kingston 8gb -----------4500/-
    500 gb seagate-------------------3000/-
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    total 49500/-
    --------------------------------------------------------------


    ** note cabinet n optical drive is not included
  6. if u want to go with amd go for fx 8320 as cpu @ 10000 and gigabyte 78lmt motherboard@ 3000.
  7. Rajeev Mathur sounds like a *dumb*. 50 bucks for a 8-cored CPU? What the hell are you? VRM will be fed up within a few hours and the mo.bo will eat the whole system as for the breakfast. 780 chipset is *NOT* a match at all. Minimum 970 chipset but not with name LE. If you OC the cpu on aa 9xx chipset mo.bo,remember,dont go beyond 4.5Ghz . A good 990 would do the work.
  8. @ mr aniam OP asked for suggestion with intel i5 cpu build under 45k so going off the topic i gave amd budget combo price so that cost of whole rig would be around 13000/- so total cost would fall around 45-46k with r9 270x. and i was just giving example( which i forget to write as i was doing some "work") at around 13000/- and best cpu was 8320 with 78lmt mobo "which by the way could handle 8320 as far as their manufacturers are concerned" rev 5.0. with mobo. with 13000/ budget offcourse he could also go with 6300 and m5a95.


    by the way OP u could get all the component that i suggested with i 5 4440 at around 46k in retail with a lit bit of bargaining.however cost of amd component is same in both retail and online store.

    mr aniam one more thing u can go and plug urself.
  9. Mathur,trust me. I still think of myself as the biggest novice and posting threads one after another but hello? ''if u want to go with amd go for fx 8320 as cpu @ 10000 and gigabyte 78lmt motherboard@ 3000.'' - you said that! If the manufacturers are known about your 78L mo.bo then ASUS didnt need to make Sabertooth and Giga PRO. Even your'e recommended a R9 with this mo.bo...wow!! What are you? Nobody is interested about ''what you were doing or not'' but the true suggestion!! Know anything about VRMs? Electricity controller? Capacitors? If you have enough money then try each one yourself and talk and write and post,sleek.
    @ OP,if you can buy a 8320,can go with M5A97 R 2.0, (*no LE) for least. You can ask other guys out here.
  10. Let stop blaming each other for a second. That gigabyte 78lmt is for older processors like which has 2 or maybe 4 cores of course it can't handle 8 core processor, even it may there will be major hold back. Just think of it like this that a car engine is being used to run a truck. While on the other hand Asus M5A97 R 2.0 is made to handle processors like these and will probably give best performance with them. This is the pic of M5A97 from the official and it clearly states that it supports 8 core processors . While on the specs of 78lmt does not indicate whether it supports 8 core processors or not.
  11. I agree with Ani, if you're putting an FX-8XXX in your rig then you're going to want a 990/FX board--you can run an 8XXX on less but you'll be holding your CPU's potential back quite a bit.

    Also, Mathur the current best bang for your buck is the R9 270 as it's the same chip as the 270X but clocked lower--you can easily ramp the clocks back up and you're left with a 270X for the price of a 270.
  12. mr aniam ,

    the whole point of going with amd is to decrease the cost of the components. i agree m5a97( * i made typo error there with "m5a95" in my previous post.) would be good match for 8320. but that mobo rev 2.0 will cost around somewhere 6.5-7k /-. then u again need a good air cooler too for 8320 to overclock which again will cost 2.5 - 3k for hyper 212,which will bring up the total cost around 20000/-. if going amd way, OP better buy fx 6300 with "that mobo"

    at this price point it is better to buy intel 4670 non k which cost 13300(intel 4440 is 10900,intel 4570 is 12300) around at retail and b85 mobo @ 5000/- (or an h81 which is available at 3500 with lil bit of bargaining ). 4670 hands downs even at stock speed can beat oc 8320 easily.

    and coming up to asus making sabertooth and giga pro not every motherboard is made with intention to overclock processors to 4.5ghz or more sabertooth and giga pro are made with quality components to handle that kind of overclocking as 8+2 phase give u alot of room for overclocking and that's where they make cheap mobo like 78lmt ( and i quote again rev 5 does support 8320 http://in.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4602#ov ** note is does have 4+1 phase with support to fx processors upto 125w ). offcourse since mobo is cheap it will offer very few options in terms of overclocking miss features like sli ,crossfire 32gb ram expansion, 1600mhz or higher ram option that high grade mobo like sabertooth offer (8+2 phase ) . but it will get the job done, which at the end of the day is playing a games which depends upon a decent cpu with a compatible motherboard and mostly on a good gpu.

    "and r9 with that mobo (78lmt)" wow!!! u noob a graphic card whether it is r9 270 or hell even titan can run on any mobo and i mean every mobo as long as that mobo supports pci express expansion slot even 1.0 though there would some performance diff but yes u can use, however there is no difference in performance between 2.0 and 3.0.so any mobo with pci express 2.0 or greater can handle any gpu perfectly fine.

    "and enough money to try" there are plenty of gamers that made a good gaming machine capable of playing games at good fps on that mobo and with that 8320 and fx 6300 and don't asking me for proof because who in the bluest of blue hell are u to hold me accountable !!! go search urself google would be a good place to start.

    as far as "what am i or what i do" i am the one who knocks guys like u on floor. u biggest hole on earth neither does anyone give a **** about what u r or what u do.

    and use that your knowledge on vrm,electricity controller ,capacitor to give urself some nice shocks on your brains and who knows maybe just maybe it could do wonders.
  13. By the point of budget Mathur is right. But there are some good coolers that can cool 8320 like Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo, and equiped with the M5A97 it will perform good with in the end budget is the ultimate beast that always beat us. And as far is overclocking is concerned there aren't that many people who do overclock cause to be honest processors like i5 and i7 or FX 6300, 8320 are best as it is and normally doesn't require overclocking. but as the OP said that he requires i5 why are we fighting over Amd?
  14. Mathur, you're being way too rude and aggressive--calm it down, like a lot. The mods don't look kindly upon behavior such as yours.

    And what Ani meant with "and r9 with that mobo (78lmt)" is that if you are running a dual or quad core CPU on that board and pair it with an R9 series GPU then you're going to see DRAMATICALLY less performance versus running an R9 in a newer rig with a better CPU.
  15. Anonymous said:
    check this out. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3A3Cp
    leave moniter & other stuff..about 800$.
    i'm from india too.


    PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

    CPU: AMD FX-8320 3.5GHz 8-Core Processor ($142.99 @ NCIX US)
    CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler ($29.94 @ OutletPC)
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 ATX AM3+ Motherboard ($118.00 @ Newegg)
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($76.99 @ Amazon)
    Storage: Samsung 840 EVO 120GB 2.5" Solid State Disk ($79.99 @ Micro Center)
    Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($56.98 @ OutletPC)
    Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 760 2GB Superclocked ACX Video Card ($255.85 @ Amazon)
    Case: Corsair 200R ATX Mid Tower Case ($57.99 @ Micro Center)
    Power Supply: XFX 550W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply ($59.99 @ NCIX US)
    Optical Drive: LG GH24NSB0 DVD/CD Writer ($15.98 @ OutletPC)
    Keyboard: Cooler Master CM Storm Devastator Gaming Bundle Wired Gaming Keyboard w/Optical Mouse ($27.99 @ B&H)
    Total: $922.69
    (Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.)
    (Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-05-15 09:37 EDT-0400)

    Even without monitor and the fans it's going to be around 875 bucks. This is a more solid system. Those Kingston SSD's have had alot of issues lately, and a 1 TB HD is enough for this build.
  16. mr aniam there are infinite number of combinations that u can use to build a pc possibilities are endless.and u can never go wrong as long as ur are using all "supported components". when building a cheap "gaming" pc one does know he will be making some compromises on the components, so the main focus should always be on a gpu and cpu with a " motherboard that supports it" offcourse by doing that he be missing out tons of features and some acceptable drop in performance. since the build is cheap nobody is expecting it last for years which is the point of making a cheap build so suffice low-medium gaming performance for 2 or even 3 years. its not like that i was defending that cheap mobo because it is not worth buying over expensive mobo , but it was keeping the budget under 45k that's why. if the total budget was 50k offcourse i would have gone with 970 or 990x. the most expensive as well as well most crucial component in a gaming rig is its gpu. in india cost of cpu and mobos are on par with usa price with difference of somewhere around 20$-30$ at max. but cost difference between other parts like gold rated psu , ram and gpu's specially nvidia and higher end amd's cards are as expensive as 100$-200$ more than its usa conterparts. so building a good gaming pc without sacrificing too much in cpu and gpu under this budget is very hard. a fx 8320 and 78lmt with 270x may perform a little worse than it similar config with good mobo but it will perform better than a fx 8320 and m5a97 with 260x.

    neway peace no hards feeling there i think i might got little too aggressive there. i also build a pc few days ago and thanks to this forum for it valuable suggestions i made very good gaming rig capable of playing game at ultra settings even on resolution higher than 2k. so i was just giving back my part of experience that i have acquired building pc for more than 10 years. and OP go **** ******** there u have one last component of ur build.

    over n mathur is out!!
  17. Rajeev Mathur said:
    gaming is all about gpu and fast decent cpu as long as it does not bottleneck the gpu.


    You're 100% right, but with lesser motherboards hosting lesser CPUs your GPU performance is going to suffer. An FX-4XXX and a 780 are going to be significantly slower in games than a FX-8XXX and a 780. And since earlier revisions of the motherboard you posted don't support 8XXX CPUs, it stands to reason that whatever GPU you paired with it would have less performance than a board with a 8XXX GPU.
  18. neway OP is MIA for more than 20+ days so looks like he don't even give a heck about this thread and comments we post and fights we are having on his behalf. so lets end this discussion buy what ever cpu , gpu, mobo u like nothing lasts forever so only the thing that matters is their ability to deliver fun and those memorable epic gaming moments.
  19. r9 is not *compatible* with 78lmt. Did I use the word? I'm an ignorant boy sensei. India is having 1.22 billion population but with *too much* risks. Here,India is the mo.bo and the gpu would be the population. Simple thing RajeevJi. Just fed up seeing your belligerence. Goku and S4in7 are so lucky that your'e not hitting them bad as me. :D Oh,For your record,everybody jumps in the forum and if you know any other ways....please let me know. Thank you. OP should be VERY MUCH lucky as he/she is getting your valuable suggestions. O'er and out.
  20. @ goku i did suggested with a build with i5 4440 and 270x but total cost of the rig was elevated by around 4000/- if OP want buy those parts online but recently i build my pc and was able to make conclusion that in retail intel cpu and mobo cost much less with room for bargaining as compared with their online rates. but if OP wants to buy components "online" so going off the topic i suggested an amd rig would decrease the cost as rate of amd component both at retail and online markets is same and for example (which i forgot to mention) i gone with that combo.

    that's when mr aniam jumped to this forum with name calling and keep telling me about " knowledge about capacitors" which is funny imo and start this fight over a stupid mobo and gone ahead with and showed his ignorance when he said "r9 is not compatible with 78lmt.

    by the way OP is the only one who did'nt even posted a single comment after opening this tread which is almost like 20 days. guess it time to end this discussion.
  21. And you are forgetting one thing is that if the board is older than that means maybe the pci-e slot will be older and will not be able to transfer higher pixels per second. Like R9 270 i think 80 pixel/sec. Although it will be transferred but with lesser rate than what is the point we are not seeing the result with that card that we wanted to see.
  22. @s4in7 also earlier rev of motherboard (before 4.1 i think) are 3+1 phase so am3+ support is out of question
  23. @s4in7 please look at the previous posts in this thread, aniam is the one who first went with name calling and yada yada stuff. i agree good mobo offers alot of features like crossfire, sli,more sata ports, overclocking ability, vrm and high quality build parts which can increase overall life but as far as the performance parts goes if cpu whether it is 6 core or 8 core or hell even xx cores is compatible with a mobo there would be no difference in case of performance wise maybe a little but not that" dramatic". gaming is all about gpu and fast decent cpu as long as it does not bottleneck the gpu.
  24. @goku nah pci express slot is 2.0 so no problem there.
    @s4in7 as i said i was just giving an example of a cheap motherboard with 8320 combo i was in my office so i was not able to write detailed version and other "stuffs"

    i mentioned 78lmt rev 5.0 (4+1) later which does support am3+ latest fx processors including 8320.
    http://in.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4602#sp

    so performance wise there will not that great difference but a good mobo will offer u increased stability and reliability and long life.
  25. Here are the latest suggestion for Building a Gaming PC for around 45000 to 50000 you can change 1-2 components to meet your budget goal:

    Here are some suggestions based on the current prices in Sept 2014

    PC Configuration Model & Specification Price
    Cabinet Cooler Master Force 500 3505
    Monitor Dell E2014H 19.5 inch LED Backlit LCD Monitor 6099
    Ram 8 GB Corsair Vengeance 6000
    Hard Disk Seagate Barracuda SV-35 1 TB Desktop Internal Hard Drive 3800
    Power Supply Corsair VS550 550 Watt PSU 3000
    Processor Intel 3.4 GHz LGA 1150 i3 4130 4th Generation Processor 7100
    Graphics Card Sapphire AMD/ATI Radeon R9 270X with Boost OC 2 GB 2 GB DDR5 Graphics Card 14400
    Mother Board Gigabyte H87M-D3H Motherboard 6999
    Total 50,903

    More details if required
    http://candytech.in/3-best-gaming-pc-configuration-under-rs-50000-india-2014/
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