gaming desktop for rs 70000 or $1000
Hey guys i want to build an amd gaming pc for rs 70000 or $1000 which can play all upcoming games at ultra settings including monitor and keyboard i can expand my budget to 74000 so please reply fast
I5 4440 3.10 I Ghz, Intel DH87Rl I Corsair Vengeance 8Gb Ram I XFX Radeon R7 260x 2GB DDR5 I Antec 550 WATT PSU I Zebronics Gladiator Cabinet I Dell S2240L Monitor This was my build gaming rig...it costed me 60000 Rs...i have to buy an SSD it will add upto 64000 rs...any doubts on comparisons and compatible stuff...ask...
CPU→AMD FX 8320 @INR 10388(Flipkart)
MOBO→Asus M5A99FX PRO R2.0 @ 11000
GPU→Sapphire R9 280x Dual-X 3GB @23120
RAM→ G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) PC RAM@6300
HDD→ WD Caviar Blue 1TB 64MB Cache@4200
PSU→Seasonic S12II 620 Watts PSU@5750
Case→Deepcool TESSERACT BF Cabinet Case@2700 (Snapdeal)
DVD Writer→Samsung SH-224DB/IDDS DVD Burner Internal Optical Drive@1000
Keyboard→Logitech K200 Media USB 2.0 Keyboard@700
Monitor→Samsung Monitor 22 inches- LS22C350HS/XL 5ms@9267
Grand Total=Rs 74437
A little over budget but totally worth it. You can play all latest and future games at ultra settings with this build
You can overclock a Fx 8320 to get more performance out of it. Fx 8350 will be over your budget and honestly the only difference btw 8350 & 8320 is that 8350 is overclocked 8320 which you can easily achieve on your own with right cooling and motherboard.
The motherboard I listed is good enough for overclocking. Now you need a CPU cooler like Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo ( INR 2600) for overclocking to 4.5-4.7Ghz. The case I listed comes with 2×120mm fans pre-installed and that will be sufficient.
Now CX series of Corsair are not build with gamer's in mind and use not so good quality capacitors which get easily stressed at Higher loads. So thats why I recommended Seasonic. Note that the prices on Flipkart are usually higher than market price. So ensure the price with a local dealer before buying.
SSD→ Getting a SSD won't increase fps in games. It decreses boot time and time required by applications to load. Whenever you have the opportunity you can get a SSD but right now it's important to get the basic components first for gaming at ultra settings.
Edit: If your budget is holding you back then don't buy an aftermarket CPU cooler for now. Use the stock CPU cooler and don't overclock. Whenever you have the budget get CM Hyper 212 Evo or Noctua NH D14 for more robust overclocking.
If your are not going to overclock then you should consider Intel build since it will save you money and real value of FX 8320 lie's in overclocking.
CPU→ Core i5 4570 @13999
Motherboard→Asus B85M-G Motherboard@6360
This will save you around 1,000 as compared to AMD build. Now i5 4570 will perform equal to FX 8320 when compared at stock to stock. If only you plan to overclock, then ONLY get FX 8320 otherwise stick with Intel Build.
You need a mobo with 990FX chipset and good power phase design for stable and greater overclocking which Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 lacks in.
So answer to your question is NO.
You will find that case on Snapdeal in→PC Components→Cases
Edit: Asus M5A99FX PRO R2.0 is the cheapest mobo that you will find for greater overclocking.
But if you are looking for 4.2Ghz-4.3Ghz overclock then Asus M5A97 Evo r2.0 will do fine.
If you are looking to get more like 4.5ghz of overclock with this then you should have better cooling system for CPU and case.
That depends but as a general idea a Fx 8320 @4.5Ghz will give about 5-12% more performance than at stock settings. These benefits diminish rapidly after 4.7-4.8GHz.
HDD→Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Desktop Internal Hard Drive@3780
RAM→Kingston HyperX DDR3 8 GB@5124
This is the cheapest and quality RAM you can get
for RAM try simmtronics. I am not sure whether they are available online or not but i purchased from Nehru Palace, Delhi & works good. My previous ones were also simmtronics & served flawlessly for 5 years. They aren't well known of to everyone but many PC experts & vendors have supported it.