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hi guys,
am new to the PC world.....am gonna build a pc on my own.......based on this site....me frnd suggest peripherals accordin to my budget......i need advice and corrections regardin this requirements.....
GPU-ATI HD 6870
CPU-i5 2500
MotherBoard-DH61WW
Ram-i have no idea about which company to choose....but 8GB of ram
SMPS-cooler master GX 500W

these are the requirements he suggested for me.....regardin gamin pc.........i need to know whether this is better config and in better sync peripherals.....
i need suggestions...pls help me.....and also need to know which is better Full HD 24' inch monitor for gaming
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  1. First of all what is your budget?
  2. ^That. Need to know the budget at the very least. Also, try using single periods instead of elipses lol.
  3. Hi,
    thank you for replying.My budget is $500 cpu excluding hdd and optical drive.
  4. Hmm pretty sure what you listed is already over $500 ($220 gpu, $200 CPU, $150 mobo...)

    Do you need a case? Or just CPU, mobo, RAM, GPU, and PSU?
  5. yes i know that ll be above $500. i was thinkin i shouldn settle for anything less than a hd6850 (or a hd5770 worst case circumstances) on my rig since im gonna use it extensively for gaming. i can do okay with a decent cpu like the amd 955BE. Any suggestions ? about mobo and ram? my budget can stretch till max $550. thank you for your replies..
  6. And sorry for the double post.. i dont need a case. jus CPU MOBO PSU GPU RAM
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  9. Thanks wolfram23. Just one doubt. Is the 500w a necessity or can i do fine with a lower one. like a 400 or 450 sorta. And you think nvidia will give better frames than a Radeon ?
  10. Hmmm...its a tight budget for a gaming rig.
    I suggest this set up
    motherboard:GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD3-B3
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128476
    An intel i5-2300 to keep the cost down
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115076
    ram:CORSAIR Vengeance 4GB
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145343
    psu:corsair cx 500w or the coolermaster extreme plus 500w
    and for graphics the 6870,now you are on budget the cheapest not something specifice.
  11. I wouldn't go with a lower PSU. I mean you probably could get away with it, but the PSU is like the lifeblood of your computer. A bad PSU = dead PC (or at least sporadic problems). It fits in the budget so I'd do it.

    As for the GPU, ATI and Nvidia have very very comparable cards at any given price range. Hard to say which you should get, but I think this is a great card. You can read reviews yourself, but it's very comparable to a 6870. Here's 1 review: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-560-amp-edition-gtx-560-directcu-ii-top,2944-6.html
  12. gow_online said:
    hi guys,
    am new to the PC world.....am gonna build a pc on my own.......based on this site....me frnd suggest peripherals accordin to my budget......i need advice and corrections regardin this requirements.....
    GPU-ATI HD 6870
    CPU-i5 2500
    MotherBoard-DH61WW
    Ram-i have no idea about which company to choose....but 8GB of ram
    SMPS-cooler master GX 500W

    these are the requirements he suggested for me.....regardin gamin pc.........i need to know whether this is better config and in better sync peripherals.....
    i need suggestions...pls help me.....and also need to know which is better Full HD 24' inch monitor for gaming
    ..



    You might try an AMD CPU to shave some cost off. IMO You get more bang for the buck with AMD. Their 6-core CPU's are less than $200 now on www.newegg.com. I use 8 gbs of Corsair Dominator RAM in my machine. It does a good job for me.
    Is your case a gutted commercial computer case or an aftermarket case. You don't want to stuff more modern parts in a case designed for a PII CPU and mobo unless you want to mod the case for better cooling. Will the PSU you want to use fit your case? Just some things to think about. Good luck.
  13. thanks kss207rc. I'll consider your set up too.. And for this setup is a cooler manditory if im gonna game for like 4+ hours at a stretch?
  14. I think you mean a cpu cooler.I suggest you to buy a decent one if you have the money,but if you dont overclock the stock is ok too
  15. wow.. actually the gtx560 gives better frames than the 6870. And as of now' im not planning to do any OC cuz im a complete n00b in that area... i have a PS3 for my games. Just wanted to buy a decent PC and game at >40fps at 1440x900 (thats the monitor i have) with the highest settings possible for all the games
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