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June 5, 2011 9:15:56 AM

guys i have a budget of 10k for a card and around 10k for a cpu pls refer some decent products based on performance power consumption and price.

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June 5, 2011 9:16:42 AM

Hi!
Well what currency are you using?
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June 5, 2011 9:27:30 AM

Its Indian currency (Rupees)
But u can answer me based on dollar, euro etc
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June 5, 2011 9:43:28 AM

Because they both should are considered the best Bang of the BUck cpus.
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June 5, 2011 12:50:29 PM

hey Im also from India!!get an amd phenom ii x4 955BE for Rs.7500/- and amd radeon hd 6950 1gb from sapphire for Rs.13000/-.................
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June 5, 2011 4:45:39 PM

thankx guys but still hung up with the prob intel and amd.... :(  :(  need perfect opinions based on price performace and power consumption
and rohan radeon 6950 is 2 much for my budget i was thinking abt radeon 6850 will it b good...... help me guys!!!!!!!
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June 5, 2011 4:46:47 PM

thankx but still hung up with the prob intel or amd need a solution rather more than an advice
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June 5, 2011 4:56:58 PM

with your budget then you should get an amd phenom.
That way you can get and get a better gpu.
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June 5, 2011 5:24:29 PM

Here take a look at this....prices of almost ALL the components, from a place in Bangalore....u shud also be able to get stuff at around the same price in ur place, but add 200 to 300 rs extra to those.

http://www.computerwarehousepricelist.com/downloadprice... [its a Spreadsheet file]

I'd recommend u get the corei5 2400/2500...for around 11k, and the HD 5770 for about 7K, if the HD 6xxx series is availbale, then look into that too.....nyway heres the stuff for 3k less that ur budget :) 
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June 5, 2011 5:32:49 PM

i have checked past toms hardware reviews which clearly states that both amd phenom iix 4 965 and core i5 760 have equal performance in gaming but for non-gaming applications core i5 is a little bit faster......
i was thinking of having a
phenom 955
radeon hd 6850
ne suggestions??
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June 5, 2011 5:36:13 PM

rko_gmr said:
i have checked past toms hardware reviews which clearly states that both amd phenom iix 4 965 and core i5 760 have equal performance in gaming but for non-gaming applications core i5 is a little bit faster......
i was thinking of having a
phenom 955
radeon hd 6850
ne suggestions??



k ur wish....but if ur not gonna overclock, get the x4 965, 200mhz speed bump, u'd like it ;) 
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June 5, 2011 5:40:24 PM

rko_gmr said:
i have checked past toms hardware reviews which clearly states that both amd phenom iix 4 965 and core i5 760 have equal performance in gaming but for non-gaming applications core i5 is a little bit faster......
i was thinking of having a
phenom 955
radeon hd 6850
ne suggestions??

that build should last you 18 months at least.However you might not be able to max out all games.
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June 5, 2011 5:40:58 PM

ok so now i have a choice btwn phenom 955 and 965
thankx for shortening the chart
what i have 2 do is 2 choose btwn
radeon 6850 , radeon 6790 and gtx 260 :-/
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June 5, 2011 5:41:13 PM

6870 hd are also great in prices/performance.
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June 5, 2011 5:52:31 PM

sad :(  :(  i was hoping it to last atleast 3 years :(  :( 
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June 5, 2011 5:55:41 PM

rko_gmr said:
sad :(  :(  i was hoping it to last atleast 3 years :(  :( 

it can last 3 years however it might not be able to run the software of the next 3 years.Software might need more power, more execution units etc.
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June 5, 2011 6:00:33 PM

i dont need 2 run softwares coz basically m a mid range gamer
and i just 2 run every latest games on a
resolution of 1024x768
anti aliasing 4x
and quite other high settings on a playable fps i.e >30
thats it...
so is it gonna last????
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June 5, 2011 6:02:49 PM

well yes and no.
Depends on gaming software development.

I cant answer cause i dont play games and i dont have a crystal ball.Sorry for that but to me it should last you around 18 months at least and at most 2 and a half years.
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June 5, 2011 6:27:20 PM

ne xperienced gamer out here??? i need 2 know that i can run latest dx11 games
on a
resolution of 1024x768
anti aliasing 4x
and quite other high settings on a playable fps i.e >30
with
phenom iix4 955
radeon hd 6850
ddr3 2gb 1066MHz
for atleast 2-3years?????


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June 5, 2011 6:43:27 PM

Your RAM is minimal, that could prove to cause issues in the future. Given how low your resolution is, you will be able to run current games reasonably well with that configuration - however it is certainly not futureproof (or suitable for normal resolutions eg. 1920*1200 with the graphical settings you specify: just to put to my two cents out there, I do think that a new monitor should be on your to buy list, something outputting 1024*768 can't be very nice).

If you really want to futureproof for 3 years, whilst maintaining reasonable graphical quality, you need to buy something at the top of the current generation of hardware. I always do this, and 3 years later games can no longer max, but they'll run nicely a little bit bellow - that when I buy a new computer. Ofcourse, I'm running a higher resolution, but you also start to move towards compatibility issues in 3 years. Normally everything is still supported, but you start to see features that aren't supported by the old hardware, leaving it much longer doesn't work at all.

3 years from now that configuration should be able to run /most/ games, although the graphical quality will be low. There will likely be some games you can't run. In terms of current generation games, I doubt you'd be able max games, but you should have them running reasonably well at that resolution on high-ish settings.
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June 5, 2011 8:14:30 PM

10k rupees is about 223 dollars. I really recommend the new Sandy Bridge line of processors. Are you planning to overclock? Because a overclocked i5 2500k processer to 4.0 GHz out preforms or is equal to an i7 extreme edition processor, which costs around $1000.
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June 6, 2011 4:52:13 AM

since i have a samsung syncmaster 794 17'' fully functional so dont wanna change it.... this gives me my default resolution as 1024x768. As i have stated already that i m a mid ranged gamer and settings likely to have high 8xAA full AF etc. what i need 2 know is after 2-3years will i b able to run games smoothly on my low resolution?
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June 6, 2011 4:54:54 AM

Mid range gamer.Then yes the i5 2500k with a good p67 mobo and also a 5770 should be great!

With a good cpu you could get things done more faster!
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June 6, 2011 4:55:02 AM

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10k rupees is about 223 dollars. I really recommend the new Sandy Bridge line of processors. Are you planning to overclock? Because a overclocked i5 2500k processer to 4.0 GHz out preforms or is equal to an i7 extreme edition processor, which costs around $1000.




no i m not going for OC and yes i have checked the sandy bridge products a little pricy though but worth it specially i5 2400 and i5 2500 :D 
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June 6, 2011 5:58:47 AM

ghnader hsmithot said:
Mid range gamer.Then yes the i5 2500k with a good p67 mobo and also a 5770 should be great!

With a good cpu you could get things done more faster!



specs r fine but i was thinking of having hd 6850 its really way over hd 5770 on performance....though i m not sure abt heat levels and power consumption
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June 6, 2011 10:17:09 AM

u can get a 955 and 6950 in 20k..check out d link I gave.if u cant then get 6870 for 10k and 955be for 7.5k and u got 2.5 left to increase ur ram.

HOPE IT HELPS
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June 6, 2011 12:28:20 PM

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