Choice is clear. The second one. But not sure of the quality on the PSU...... also, you may wanna get HD 5750 instead of 9800GT (newer tech, 40nm, uses less power, less thermal output, has DX11 etc.) of course, if your budget allows it.
@unknown_13 thnx for help, but in real the graphics card that u suggest is about 2000 INR more then mine,so obvoiusly cant afford it...so is 9800GT well good for all HD games for now as well as future???pls reply...
@sonrie thnx for ur kind reply, but i am getting seagate sata 500GB x 2nos. for my data safety,aint that HDD good?its low in budget too,and i already have 1TH ext HDD seagate for a year which is working alright...what is the best thing in those that u suggested?pls reply
If you mean 720p, yes it's will run all current games on high settings, in the future high/medium. If you mean Full HD 1080p, all current games on medium and future at low settings. This is for the 9800GT.
@unknown_13 thx a lot...now another problem with me is that,my board supports DDR2 ram upto 16GB ie has 4 RAM slots while another board ie M4A78LT-M LE supports DDR3 RAM only upto 8GB ie has only 2 RAM slots...what should i go for?
and is the procesor 945 ok?or should i go for older 940 BE which supp DDR2?pls reply...thnx
The Phenom II X4 945 supports DDR2 if you use it in an AM2+ motherboard. I'd go for the board that supports 16 GB, if you are not planning an upgrade for a while. If this is a two to three year solution, the M4A78T-M LE should be enough.
July 10, 2010 11:26:14 AM
Second option is better, adequate and also powerful enough.
Overclocking is really only necessary if you want more performance, I suggest you avoid it until you need the power, and when you do, you need to look up a few guides, and buy a more powerful aftermarket cooler.