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Best suitable Gaming PC Build under Rs.100000

So, the title says it all. I need a Gaming PC build under Rs.100k
I will play mostly AAA games like Assassins creed Syndicate, Assassins creed Unity, Batman Arkham Knight, Battlefield 4, Just Cause 3 etc.
I'm getting the build in a month or so.
I will definitely get a NVIDIA GTX 970 card and not a AMD card because AMD prices are too high here in India.
The confusion comes at the processor.
I dont know whether to buy a 6th gen Skylake CPU or a Haswell processor.
I have seen some benchmarks and the i5 6600k performs much better than i5 4690k in some games.
Please, help me guys and suggest me a suitable build under 100k.
Take the prices from Amazon.in, Snapdeal, and Flipkart.
I will buy all the parts from there.
Other periphereals required are- Monitor, Keyboard and Mouse, UPS.
And I have already selected them
Monitor - BenQ EW2440L - Rs. 9700
Dragon War X Q2 Keyboard and mouse combo - Rs. 2200
UPS - Luminous 1000VA UPS - Rs. 4300
So total for peripherals is Rs. 16200 and the budget left for everything else is 85k.
Thanks.
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    Get the Skylake for better future proofing. Rest of the parts you have already figured out. Get a Z170 motherboard since you are planning to get unlocked Skylake i5 6600K. Get an aftermarket cooler like Cooler master Hyper 212 evo so that you can overclock the processor. You won't get a stock cooler with the i5 6600K anyway.

    For the motherboard, stick to Asus, MSI, Gigabyte and Asrock.

    For RAM, buy either GSkill ,Crucial, Corsair or Kingston.

    Get a Samsung 850 EVO 250 GB SSD for faster loading and overall speed.

    Lastly, buy a good quality power supply. Get a 650 W psu if you plan to upgrade the GPU to a more powerful one in a few years. I will recommend EVGA 650 G2/GS.
    If you do not plan to upgrade the GPU, a 550 W psu will do the trick Get an XFX TS series 550 W or Seasonic S12II 520 W.
    If you plan to go for multiple GPU configurations, you will need a 750 W psu at the very least. I will recommend EVGA 750 B2 or EVGA 750 G2/GS.
  2. Will a non-gaming Z170 board do the work for overclocking?
  3. Z170 chipset supports unlocked multiplier oc, so any Z170 motherboard should be capable of that. You need to be careful while choosing motherboard when keeping oc in mind though. A poor quality motherboard with poor power management will lead to instability when ocing your cpu. So be wise.
  4. rohitbaran said:
    Z170 chipset supports unlocked multiplier oc, so any Z170 motherboard should be capable of that. You need to be careful while choosing motherboard when keeping oc in mind though. A poor quality motherboard with poor power management will lead to instability when ocing your cpu. So be wise.


    Gigabyte GA Z170 D3H motherboard will do the work?
  5. Get Asus Z170-PRO-GAMING if you want a decent board. Don't have much idea of the Gigabyte board mentioned.
  6. What about Nvidia Pascal?
    Will the prices be same as current generation GPUs?
    Should I wait for it?
  7. Waiting is a game that can be played forever. Pascal cards will very likely launch in thrid quarter of 2016, which is pretty far from now. Do you want to wait? Go ahead. Do you want to play the games you desire? Buy your system now. The choice is clear.
    The prices of current gen GPUs will definitely decline when Pascal (nVIDIA) and Arctic Islands (AMD) launch. But the new cards might launch at the same high price point, so it is the same story altogether.
  8. OK thanks doubt cleared.
    I will just buy a GPU now.
    But there's one more problem
    I was thinking of getting a Gigabyte GTX 970.
    But I'm not sure if it will be future proof for 3-5 years because of that 3.5+0.5 GB VRAM issue.
    I'm not sure if it's going to make a huge performance drop at 1080p resolution.
    So if you can help regarding that then it will be awesome.
  9. I would have suggested R9 390 provided there were not an asinine price gap between that and GTX 970 in India. I will say buy a GTX 970. It provides good 1080p performance now and it will last for at least 2-3 years from now for playing games on high. After that, you might need to lower settings on games, but it should still work. Most games are consolized these days, so systems requirements will not increase too drastically.
    Otherwise, go all out and buy a GTX 980ti if you can afford it. Else, GTX 970 is fine.
  10. rohitbaran said:
    I would have suggested R9 390 provided there were not an asinine price gap between that and GTX 970 in India. I will say buy a GTX 970. It provides good 1080p performance now and it will last for at least 2-3 years from now for playing games on high. After that, you might need to lower settings on games, but it should still work. Most games are consolized these days, so systems requirements will not increase too drastically.
    Otherwise, go all out and buy a GTX 980ti if you can afford it. Else, GTX 970 is fine.


    Actually, here in India prices are pretty messed up
    R9 390 and R9 390x prices are almost same.
    So if going with a r9 390x is safe.
    As I have heard people saying that AMD has bad driver support.
    So I'm not at all sure about AMD.
    I would like to hear from you if that is true or not.
    Or I will stick with GTX 970 considering the price/performance ratio.
    Thanks
  11. That bad driver support thing is people living 5-6 years behind the times. I could say Norton Anti virus hogs the whole system, but that is untrue as of now. I will say if you can buy R9 390x, buy it. It is a far better card than GTX 970 and due to 8 GB VRAM, will last longer.
    If you buy that card, you will need a good 700 W psu, so keep that in mind.
  12. rohitbaran said:
    That bad driver support thing is people living 5-6 years behind the times. I could say Norton Anti virus hogs the whole system, but that is untrue as of now. I will say if you can buy R9 390x, buy it. It is a far better card than GTX 970 and due to 8 GB VRAM, will last longer.
    If you buy that card, you will need a good 700 W psu, so keep that in mind.


    Ok thanks bro for your help.
    I will see how many money I have left.
    *Thread closed*
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