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Hi Guys i'm from India i'm building a new PC for only Gaming
My budget is 1100$

Processor: Intel i5 4570/4670
MotherBoard: Gigabyte B85M D3H
Graphics card: Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X 4 GB
Power Supply: Antec VP650P
Cabinet: NZXT Phantom
Ram: Corsair Vengeance (8x1) GB DDR3 RAM 1600 MHz
Storage: 1TB WD

THANKS!
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  1. looks like a reasonable build. it might max out every game this year and maybe next yeah aswell. and then probably another 2-3ish on high.
  2. Change the RAM from 1x8GB to 2x4GB so you will run in dual-channel mode. This can be 3%-5% faster.
  3. Your build looks good. I would reccomend to use 2x4GB sticks of ram if you don't plan on upgrading to 16GB later on.

    EDIT: Onus beat me to it
  4. Thanks a lot guys :)

    i5 4670 + R9 290 >>>>>>>> FX 8350 + R9 290 right ??

    i5 4670 wont bottleneck and will work great with R9 290 or shud i get i7 4770 for gaming ??
  5. The i5 and 290 will be fine together.
  6. the 4770 is more future proof, but get the xeon e3-1230v3 instead. it's basically just an 4770 without an igpu. and i highly doublt you will ever use the igpu
  7. cydialover said:
    Thanks a lot guys :)

    i5 4670 + R9 290 >>>>>>>> FX 8350 + R9 290 right ??

    i5 4670 wont bottleneck and will work great with R9 290 or shud i get i7 4770 for gaming ??


    In most games Intel does have a slight lead, so I guess you could say it's better. An i5 will have no bottleneck with the 290, it's a very capable CPU.
  8. RazerZ said:
    cydialover said:
    Thanks a lot guys :)

    i5 4670 + R9 290 >>>>>>>> FX 8350 + R9 290 right ??

    i5 4670 wont bottleneck and will work great with R9 290 or shud i get i7 4770 for gaming ??


    In most games Intel does have a slight lead, so I guess you could say it's better. An i5 will have no bottleneck with the 290, it's a very capable CPU.


    Okay great thanks !
    What about the heating of R9 290??
    and should i get i5 4570 or i5 4670 ??
  9. Either is fine. I would just get the cheapest of the two unless the price is very close.
  10. cydialover said:
    RazerZ said:
    cydialover said:
    Thanks a lot guys :)

    i5 4670 + R9 290 >>>>>>>> FX 8350 + R9 290 right ??

    i5 4670 wont bottleneck and will work great with R9 290 or shud i get i7 4770 for gaming ??


    In most games Intel does have a slight lead, so I guess you could say it's better. An i5 will have no bottleneck with the 290, it's a very capable CPU.


    Okay great thanks !
    What about the heating of R9 290??
    and should i get i5 4570 or i5 4670 ??


    Go with what logainofhades said. Performance is very close on both CPUs,
  11. logainofhades said:
    Either is fine. I would just get the cheapest of the two unless the price is very close.


    Okay
    and also there wont be a heating problem with R9 290 vs R9 280x??
  12. cydialover said:
    Hi Guys i'm from India i'm building a new PC for only Gaming
    My budget is 1100$

    Processor: Intel i5 4570/4670
    MotherBoard: Gigabyte B85M D3H
    Graphics card: Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X 4 GB
    Power Supply: Antec VP650P
    Cabinet: NZXT Phantom
    Ram: Corsair Vengeance (8x1) GB DDR3 RAM 1600 MHz
    Storage: 1TB WD

    THANKS!


    Considering you're not overclocking, please Consider a Xeon E3-1231v3 on a H97 chipset. Discount hyperthreading!
  13. How many graphics card can i add in Gigabyte B85M D3H other then R9 290 and other in future ??
    for crossfire ??
  14. Best answer
    That board will only support a single graphics card. You can change it out for different card if you need more performance, in the future. The R9 290 is pretty powerful. By the time you have to replace it, you will probably be ready for a whole new system.
  15. logainofhades said:
    That board will only support a single graphics card. You can change it out for different card if you need more performance, in the future. The R9 290 is pretty powerful. By the time you have to replace it, you will probably be ready for a whole new system.


    can you suggest me with a motherboard that supports 2 Graphics card ??
    so that i could add another one in future
  16. cydialover said:
    logainofhades said:
    That board will only support a single graphics card. You can change it out for different card if you need more performance, in the future. The R9 290 is pretty powerful. By the time you have to replace it, you will probably be ready for a whole new system.


    can you suggest me with a motherboard that supports 2 Graphics card ??
    so that i could add another one in future


    This is the least expensive one, that I could find, that will properly support dual graphics cards, and give you future Broadwell CPU support.

    http://www.theitdepot.com/details-MSI+Z97+GAMING+3+32GB+DDR3+Intel+Motherboard_C13P21711.html
  17. logainofhades said:
    cydialover said:
    logainofhades said:
    That board will only support a single graphics card. You can change it out for different card if you need more performance, in the future. The R9 290 is pretty powerful. By the time you have to replace it, you will probably be ready for a whole new system.


    can you suggest me with a motherboard that supports 2 Graphics card ??
    so that i could add another one in future


    This is the least expensive one, that I could find, that will properly support dual graphics cards, and give you future Broadwell CPU support.

    http://www.theitdepot.com/details-MSI+Z97+GAMING+3+32GB+DDR3+Intel+Motherboard_C13P21711.html


    Thank you very much for helping :)
  18. Guys which one is better PSU for my gaming rig?

    Seasonic 620II Bronze or
    Antec VP650P or
    Zebronics 800 Platinum??
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