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October 18, 2011 12:14:33 PM

hi,
I'm building a gaming desktop for ultra gaming.I need motherboard with DDR3 RAM supported,Processesor at 3.2Ghz or higher 45nm or 32 nm,Nvidia graphic card,very good power supply of at least 600Watts or greater,Cabinet,Hard Disk 1TB.

I'm living in india,so please don't tell to buy from a online store that does not delivers to india and i also need COD payment.
a b 4 Gaming
October 18, 2011 1:04:12 PM

Why not just find what you need on your own and list it here? We'll critique it.
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October 18, 2011 3:22:32 PM

Graphics card:EVGA 01G-P3-1372-TR GeForce GTX 460 (Fermi) Superclocked 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16

Processesor:AMD Phenom II X4 970 Black Edition Deneb 3.5GHz 4 x 512KB L2 Cache 6MB L3 Cache Socket AM3 125W Quad-Core Desktop Processor HDZ970FBGMBOX

Hard Disk:Western Digital Elements 1.5TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive WDBAAU0015HBK-NESN

PSU:CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX750 V2 750W ATX12V v2.31/ EPS12V v2.92 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC High Performance Power Supply

Motherboard:GIGABYTE GA-880GA-UD3H AM3 AMD 880G HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard

but can you suggest me a cabinet which supports this motherboard and it is cheap?
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a b 4 Gaming
October 18, 2011 3:26:39 PM

I'd get a coolermaster haf 912.

If available get a Phenom II x4 955 since there is no big difference.

A good 500w can easily power a 460. If you have the Corsair CX series, I'd buy it.
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October 18, 2011 3:51:20 PM

ajaat said:
Graphics card:EVGA 01G-P3-1372-TR GeForce GTX 460 (Fermi) Superclocked 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16

Processesor:AMD Phenom II X4 970 Black Edition Deneb 3.5GHz 4 x 512KB L2 Cache 6MB L3 Cache Socket AM3 125W Quad-Core Desktop Processor HDZ970FBGMBOX

Hard Disk:Western Digital Elements 1.5TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive WDBAAU0015HBK-NESN

PSU:CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX750 V2 750W ATX12V v2.31/ EPS12V v2.92 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC High Performance Power Supply

Motherboard:GIGABYTE GA-880GA-UD3H AM3 AMD 880G HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard

but can you suggest me a cabinet which supports this motherboard and it is cheap?



That sorta build would definitely take you above the INR25000 mark . You must have considered your build seeing the US price of those products ,but it doesn't work that way .
If you can stretch your budget a little you can get a nice build , but if its within Rs.25000 then i ve to say its pretty much impossible .
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October 18, 2011 4:03:20 PM

Hi ! welcome to TH forums,

As you mentioned you want to build a rig for ultra gaming,so you can't get a ultimate gaming experience with GTX 460 at higher FPS hence I recommend to go for a better GPU.Yeah its little difficult to go for better GPU with this budget but if you'll go for AMD instead nVidia(specially in India nVidia EVGA GPU have much money difference as compare to other vendors) then its a little money saving.I'm using AMD since 6 years and very happy with performance so don't worry 'bout performance.I think AMD 6770 and little expensive 6850 are good choice for performance as well as money.
For motherboard I recommend to go for ASUS instead GIGABYTE.Obviously you know 'bout the performance,stability and features of ASUS motherboards and they are also available on great price(check out the "asus.in" for motherboard as your requirements).

Corsair is good choice for value and performance and why not go to Corsair for Chassis too?A middle tower chassis is adequate for you.

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October 18, 2011 4:39:59 PM

Hi, Ajaat, the 460 is a terrible choice in India, 'coz it costs twice as much as it does in the west.

Check out for yourself - GTX 460 on Newegg - 130 bucks after rebate.

At 1$=50 bucks, it comes to 6500 rupees only. Even a 5770 costs more than that in India.

1GB Gtx 460 on theitdepot - Not the 768 Mb one nor the SE version.

Costs nearly 12,000 with shipping!!! (That's $250 btw). The unkindest cut - it is much slower than the MSI card I linked on Newegg costing half as much.

What resolution do you play at? At anything under 1080p (if you're on a 17/18.5" 1366x768 monitor or a 20" 1600x900 one, say), all you'll ever need is the 5770 to play Crysis 2/BF 3 on max/ultra at ~40 frames.

PSU- What are you trying to pull with a 750 watt unit? :ouch: 

Even for a 460, you'll need max a 450 watt unit max - I'll recommend the Radeon HD 5770 with the Corsair CX430 V2. The newer V2 is important, 'coz the older one had some quality control issues.

Roughly 7000+2000=9000 :) 

You'll save a ton that way without compromising on almost anything.

Cabinet- Get an iball/Frontech if you're OK with Chinese made Pseudo Indian brands. Else get a Cooler Master Elite 310. Best Value for money case in India right now at this price point.

Will cost you 800-900 for a mid tower chassis without PSU from Frontech/iBall. The CM will cost you 1600+, I think.

I'll also change the CPU to an Athlon II quad of your desired frequency rather than a Phenom II. You'll certainly not miss the extra cache for gaming, be rest assured, but you will save a lotta cash.

Nobody buys a 100 dollar AMD mobo - not in India anyways. But if you do insist, then get an AM3+ board for future upgradability.

I'll say, just stick to the GIGABYTE GA-M68MT-S2 AM3 or the ASUS M4N68T-M AM3 if you're not looking at serious overclocking - which you neither need, nor can afford at that price, what with the expensive coolers, casing, motherboard and everything.

You can check out the 3 following sites for reference, but I'll strongly advise you to buy from a retail store in your city. Apart from the odd Flipkart.coms and the makemytrip.coms, websites are notorious for unfair trade practices in developing countries without proper legislation governing them. In any case, I don't think any of them offer COD.

Theitdepot.com

Theitwares.com

Techshop.in

Also, post on an Indian site to get better, more accurate response applicable to your country and more precisely your city, maybe :) 
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October 18, 2011 4:45:22 PM

vishal s said:
Hi ! welcome to TH forums,

As you mentioned you want to build a rig for ultra gaming,so you can't get a ultimate gaming experience with GTX 460 at higher FPS hence I recommend to go for a better GPU.I think AMD 6770 and little expensive 6850 are good choice for performance as well as money.


HD6850 = GTX460 > HD6770

OP :
So when you consider buying a GTX 460 you should get atleast a HD6870 , since both these lie in the same price bracket . And you can save around 1500INR when you opt for a HD6850 instead .Remeber , both GTX460 and HD6870 need dual six pin power connectors whereas the HD6850 needs only one six pin power connector. I have an ASUS GTX460 TOP DirectCu and i'm pretty impressed with it since my older gpu was an AMD HD4350 . Heck a lot of improvement !! ( Had to shed out Rs.12300 for it , bought it some three weeks back )

Here s a pretty decent build :

CPU : AMD Phenom II X4 955 Deneb 3.20 GHz 125 W 4 Core Desktop Processor
http://www.bitfang.com/ProductDetails.aspx?PID=E%2bP142...

Mobo:Gigabyte 880GM-USB3L Mother Board
http://www.bitfang.com/ProductDetails.aspx?PID=qaN%2fAW...

GPU : Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 Barts 1 GB GDDR5 Video Card
http://www.bitfang.com/ProductDetails.aspx?PID=TWnQ1%2b...

HDD : Western Digital Caviar Green WD10EARX 1 TB 7200 RPM 64 MB SATA 6Gb/s Internal Hard Drive
http://www.bitfang.com/ProductDetails.aspx?PID=Y7OYrO8w...

Case : Antec Three Hundred Mini-ITX/MicroATX/Standard ATX SMPS not included Computer cabinet
http://www.bitfang.com/ProductDetails.aspx?PID=HqvUHNcI...

I ve read great reviews on this case and i'm not pretty happy with the mobo though( got only one PCIex16 slot )

These parts sum upto Rs.31000 and could not find any good deal on PSU . Have you bought RAM in advance ??
Thats pretty much it .
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October 18, 2011 4:51:26 PM

calguyhunk said:


Hi, Ajaat, the 460 is a terrible choice in India, 'coz it costs twice as much as it does in the west.




Had to shed out Rs.12300 for an ASUS GTX460 TOP DirectCu some three weeks back . But the babe runs just fine ;) 

Going for an AMD HD6870 is the better choice ( a bit of future proofing , IMO )


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October 18, 2011 4:55:03 PM

Scapegoat, if you're in India, please tell me this is a bad joke!!!

The guy asks for a 25K build and you're sticking him with a 6K rupee CABINET!!!

That too, one that only costs $50 (Rs. 2500) in the US.

Seriously? I'm sorry, but it's bad advise firstly to ask somebody to overshoot his budget by 20%+ and then, to spend a fifth of his budget on just the case alone.

If you have to get something stronger, get the 560ti. It actually costs around 9000, I think - not sure, though.
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October 18, 2011 5:38:08 PM

scapegoat_44 said:
That sorta build would definitely take you above the INR25000 mark . You must have considered your build seeing the US price of those products ,but it doesn't work that way .
If you can stretch your budget a little you can get a nice build , but if its within Rs.25000 then i ve to say its pretty much impossible .

at waht price?
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October 18, 2011 5:44:42 PM

1. It's impossible to advise on a gfx card without knowing your resolution, as I've already mentioned in a previous post. So please answer that first.

2. If you indeed want an uber-expensive cabinet, you can get something that costs exactly as much in India as it does in the States - Corsair Carbide Series 400R - 100 dollars there, 5000 Rs. here. And what's more, it's an absolute stellar case, better than the Haf 922 and the Antec 900 qualitatively at this price point IMO :) 
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October 18, 2011 5:50:09 PM

scapegoat_44 said:
HD6850 = GTX460 > HD6770

OP :
So when you consider buying a GTX 460 you should get atleast a HD6870 , since both these lie in the same price bracket . And you can save around 1500INR when you opt for a HD6850 instead .Remeber , both GTX460 and HD6870 need dual six pin power connectors whereas the HD6850 needs only one six pin power connector. I have an ASUS GTX460 TOP DirectCu and i'm pretty impressed with it since my older gpu was an AMD HD4350 . Heck a lot of improvement !! ( Had to shed out Rs.12300 for it , bought it some three weeks back )

Here s a pretty decent build :

CPU : AMD Phenom II X4 955 Deneb 3.20 GHz 125 W 4 Core Desktop Processor
http://www.bitfang.com/ProductDetails.aspx?PID=E%2bP142...

Mobo:Gigabyte 880GM-USB3L Mother Board
http://www.bitfang.com/ProductDetails.aspx?PID=qaN%2fAW...

GPU : Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 Barts 1 GB GDDR5 Video Card
http://www.bitfang.com/ProductDetails.aspx?PID=TWnQ1%2b...

HDD : Western Digital Caviar Green WD10EARX 1 TB 7200 RPM 64 MB SATA 6Gb/s Internal Hard Drive
http://www.bitfang.com/ProductDetails.aspx?PID=Y7OYrO8w...

Case : Antec Three Hundred Mini-ITX/MicroATX/Standard ATX SMPS not included Computer cabinet
http://www.bitfang.com/ProductDetails.aspx?PID=HqvUHNcI...

I ve read great reviews on this case and i'm not pretty happy with the mobo though( got only one PCIex16 slot )

These parts sum upto Rs.31000 and could not find any good deal on PSU . Have you bought RAM in advance ??
Thats pretty much it .


I don't like the motherboard and the price of GC and cabinet are too expensive!but I can maximum increase my budget to Rs29000.
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October 18, 2011 5:51:54 PM

calguyhunk said:
Scapegoat, if you're in India, please tell me this is a bad joke!!!

The guy asks for a 25K build and you're sticking him with a 6K rupee CABINET!!!



Yep , made quite a mess of the cabinet . Sorry , MY BAD !!! I apologize( Got an iball cabinet myself , pretty crappy and airflow sucks to the core , so thought of suggesting a better cabinet with nice airflow to the OP)

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If you have to get something stronger, get the 560ti. It actually costs around 9000, I think - not sure, though

You've gotta be kidding , it costs around 15500 INR .







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October 18, 2011 5:57:51 PM

listen guys i've not pretty much knowlegde in pc's i just need a very good pc like:

Ram:8-12GB
Processesor:AMD or Intel i series in quad core upto 3 ghz
Hard disk:1tb
Cabinet which look stylish and have lot of room to fit almost anything
Graphic card:which can max out almost any game like bf3,gta4,crysis-2 at decent FPS and have 3d tech with no other further changes in monitorI have a monitor of Lenovo L195wA)
Power supply at least 600 wats or greater for future upgrades
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October 18, 2011 6:08:29 PM

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I don't like the motherboard and the price of GC and cabinet are too expensive!but I can maximum increase my budget to Rs29000.


How much money are you willing to spend on the GPU ??

Like calguyhunk said you can go for a Cooler Master Elite 310 and save some 3000 INR on the case .
http://www.bitfang.com/cooler-master-elite-310-computer...

MOBO : You've got to make some serious choices here . AM3 or AM3+ . Go to your retailer and find out the motherboards that are available and share it with the forum to seek a better answer .

AM3 : You might lose the upgrading potential in some mobos unless the manufacturers release a BIOS support for the upcoming processors

AM3+ : You are good to go for a CPU upgrade in near future

RAM : Have you bought it in advance ??

What resolution do you play ??
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October 18, 2011 6:25:04 PM

CPU: Rs. 4850 - Athlon II X4 640

Mobo: Rs 2200 - GIGABYTE GA-M68MT-S2 AM3

RAM: Rs. 3350 - G.SKILL Sniper 8GB (2 x 4GB)

HDD: Rs. 2100 - Seagate Barracuda 500GB

ODD: Rs. 1050 - Sony 24X Internal Sata High Speed DVD RW

Case: Rs. 1550 - COOLER MASTER Elite 310

PSU: Rs. 2200 - CORSAIR CX430 V2

GPU: Rs. 7000 - Power Color Radeon HD5770 1GB GDDD5

Total=24,300 plus shipping :) 

Parts will be cheaper at your local stores, especially if you can drive a hard bargain.
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October 18, 2011 6:39:33 PM

scapegoat_44 said:
AM3+ : You are good to go for a CPU upgrade in near future
The new range hasn't yet been launched in India to the best of my knowledge :non:  Do you know for sure?

But if it has, then do spend the extra money in your extended budget to get a Socket AM3+ board with 2X PCIe 2.0 x16 slots for future expandability, provided of course you are not including the costs of a monitor, sound system, gaming keyboard, mouse and headset.

If your budget includes all of those, then just stick to my build above, which will let you play Crysis2, BF3 on ultra and get ~40fps at 1600X900 or lower.
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October 18, 2011 6:41:58 PM

calguyhunk said:
CPU: Rs. 4850 - Athlon II X4 640

Mobo: Rs 2200 - GIGABYTE GA-M68MT-S2 AM3

RAM: Rs. 3350 - G.SKILL Sniper 8GB (2 x 4GB)

HDD: Rs. 2100 - Seagate Barracuda 500GB

ODD: Rs. 1050 - Sony 24X Internal Sata High Speed DVD RW

Case: Rs. 1550 - COOLER MASTER Elite 310

PSU: Rs. 2200 - CORSAIR CX430 V2

GPU: Rs. 7000 - Power Color Radeon HD5770 1GB GDDD5

Total=24,300 plus shipping :) 

Parts will be cheaper at your local stores, especially if you can drive a hard bargain.



That's pretty impressive .
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October 18, 2011 6:48:48 PM

scapegoat_44 said:
That's pretty impressive .
Thanks, buddy :) 

Actually, that's a pretty solid build if I can say so myself :p  with top-of-the-line manufacturers and also, by far the best possible build at that range in India IMHO and in terms of both rupees per frame and reliability, it'll be difficult to beat that any time soon :) 
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October 18, 2011 6:52:54 PM

calguyhunk said:
Thanks, buddy :) 

Actually, that's a pretty solid build if I can say so myself :p  and also, by far the best possible build at that range in India IMHO and in terms of both rupees per frame and reliability, it'll be difficult to beat that any time soon :) 


Well said !!! Spoken like a veteran :)  ( i m pretty much a newbie , started picking up some interest in this kinda stuff only tis summer )


But i would love to see a HD6850 in your build if ajaat doesn't mind to stretch his budget like he said in his earlier post
That's purely my opinion , but i may be wrong .
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October 18, 2011 7:42:02 PM

The 6850 is a much faster card, but as long as we don't know his resolution, it's impossible to recommend anything.

He'll definitely need something like that (if not more) if he wants to max out Crysis2/BF3 like he mentions on a full HD monitor.

Actually, a GTX 580 won't be out of place there. (It'll cost over 25K just by itself) :ouch: 

But at reasonable levels, seeing as most LCD screens in India are around 18.5"-20", anything more than the 5770 will be a tad overkill, although the GTX 460 ain't ever gonna hurt :p .

Let's wait till the OP posts back with his resolution and other queries, if any.
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October 19, 2011 7:16:50 AM

I want play at the resolution of 1680 x 1050

My current graphic card is very crappy,it does not handle gta sa with 1024 x 768 by max setting and i can only play game at 800 x 600.
and yes,i can stretch my budget as i said above
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October 19, 2011 7:20:31 AM

well a gtx 460 768mb wont hurt your pocket i think by far or if u want to go for amd gpu 6770 or 6790 would do justice.
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a b 4 Gaming
October 19, 2011 7:21:04 AM

An ATI 6870 would play great at that resolution.
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October 19, 2011 7:21:10 AM

I will buy RAM myself at the nearby store,I'm getting very cheap price on 4GB RAM Rs1250,i will buy that piece 2-3
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October 19, 2011 7:27:17 AM

calguyhunk said:
CPU: Rs. 4850 - Athlon II X4 640

Mobo: Rs 2200 - GIGABYTE GA-M68MT-S2 AM3

RAM: Rs. 3350 - G.SKILL Sniper 8GB (2 x 4GB)

HDD: Rs. 2100 - Seagate Barracuda 500GB

ODD: Rs. 1050 - Sony 24X Internal Sata High Speed DVD RW

Case: Rs. 1550 - COOLER MASTER Elite 310

PSU: Rs. 2200 - CORSAIR CX430 V2

GPU: Rs. 7000 - Power Color Radeon HD5770 1GB GDDD5

Total=24,300 plus shipping :) 

Parts will be cheaper at your local stores, especially if you can drive a hard bargain.

I don't need the DVD RW,I already have the CD-DVD RW writer at 52x
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October 19, 2011 7:32:03 AM

I also dislike the mobo and power supply,i said i need more than 600Watts PSU
I need a mobo with DDR3 supported and 4 RAM slots and at least 2 PCIe 2.0 x16 slots
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October 19, 2011 7:35:01 AM

ajaat said:
I also dislike the mobo and power supply,i said i need more than 600Watts PSU
I need a mobo with DDR3 supported and 4 RAM slots and at least 2 PCIe 2.0 x16 slots


Lol you don't need more than 600w. Your budget is really low.
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October 19, 2011 7:37:33 AM

cutebeans said:
An ATI 6870 would play great at that resolution.


+1

Ajaat , go for the AMD HD6870 , will cost you around Rs.12,500 ( A great GPU , you can't go wrong with it ,IMHO )

Its got pretty great reviews , otherwise you can always step down to a HD6850 or a GTX460 .

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-graphics-card-...
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October 19, 2011 7:53:42 AM

ajaat said:
I also dislike the mobo and power supply,i said i need more than 600Watts PSU
I need a mobo with DDR3 supported and 4 RAM slots and at least 2 PCIe 2.0 x16 slots


That would cost you a lot more ...

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at least 2 PCIe 2.0 x16 slots


I feel you are planning to do a CF setup and if so the Athlon processor would definitely bottleneck your setup( @ stock speeds) , IMO .


Then the scenario would be : You've to stretch your budget even more to invest in a Phenom basically and an aftermarket CPU cooler( to tweak that ****** a little) and you should go for a better PSU unit .

But that would leave you with the option of adding another card in the future and play every title available maximised in that resolution :) 
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October 19, 2011 8:01:20 AM

Ajjat , take a peek : http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/phenom-ii-overclock...

This is to have a basic idea of your build but you can always swap some parts from this build .
But i would recommend you to stick to that CPU and GPU in this build since they make all the difference in the world when it comes to gaming !!!

Good Luck :) 
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October 19, 2011 8:30:18 AM

yeah,that's a very godd build,i like that but i dont need the optical drive as i already have one.but where to buy that?

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October 19, 2011 8:55:13 AM

ajaat said:
yeah,that's a very godd build,i like that but i dont need the optical drive as i already have one.but where to buy that?


Let me first tell you the cons of that build :

Motherboard : Its quite tough to find an ASROCk mobo here . Furthermore,when planning to Crossfire it transforms into
x16/ x4 mode and not x8/x8 mode . When the second card functions in PCIex4 mode it wont fulfill its potential .

CPU & GPU : Awesome , if your budget permits ( I dont find any negatives with them )and the CPU is a very good overclocker

Case : Like calguyhunk said go for an iball case without SMPS or pretty cheap coolermaster case

Optical drive : you've got your own

RAM : You got some pretty good deal

PSU : If you are on pretty tight budget you can always get an iBall sprinter 600W (42A x 12V ) for now .

But don't ever change the CPU and the GPU part .


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October 19, 2011 9:28:00 AM

ajaat said:
I also dislike the mobo and power supply,i said i need more than 600Watts PSU
I need a mobo with DDR3 supported and 4 RAM slots and at least 2 PCIe 2.0 x16 slots
You seem not to be too smart. And what's worse, you seem not to listen.

Not knowing is not a crime, but not wanting to know and arguing with people who do, is.

Contrary to what you might have heard or read, higher wattages don't make PSU's better - it just makes them more powerful to be able to handle more expensive graphics cards, which you neither need, nor can afford.

You won't need a 600 Watt PSU even if you get a GTX460. Nor can you afford your fantasy mobo.

But good luck getting your 600Watt PSU and multiple PCIe upgradeable AM3+ board with quad channel memory :ouch: 

If you don't need a new ODD, don't buy it. Just don't nag. The point is, your old drive might not even fit this new fantasy mobo of yours, if it's ATA 'coz the new boards tend not to have legacy ATA support.

Even your 600Watt fantasy la..la land PSU might not have a molex connector either.

If however it's SATA, keep it. You should have said it straight up as such.

If you can seriously find that tom's build for 29k, please post back with a picture of your receipt/cash memo so that I can eat humble pie.

The cheapest 6870 I could find costs almost 13,000. As I said good luck getting that on your budget - Asus Radeon HD6870

EDIT: For others on this thread, if you're in India and looking to get something for almost exactly the same price you should much rather get the Rs. 13,000 SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 6950.

Anandtech.com - 6870 vs 6950 1GB

The 6870 is just bad value if you can't get it for 10 grands or so.
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October 19, 2011 9:36:56 AM

ajaat said:
I will buy RAM myself at the nearby store,I'm getting very cheap price on 4GB RAM Rs1250,i will buy that piece 2-3
You cannot just buy 2-3 peice RAM (whatever that means) because you're getting it cheap :ouch:  Your motherboard chipset has to support triple channel for you to be able to do that.

Yeh chaddi baniyaan nehi hai ki do teen piece kharid lo :bounce: 

PC's need every part to be compatible. You can't just make stuff up because you like the sound of a 600 Watt PSU and 2-3 piece Ram (Again, whatever that means - I'm assuming 2 or 3 modules to be installed in dual/triple channel mode). Just doesn't work that way.
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October 19, 2011 10:02:29 AM

calguyhunk said:
You cannot just buy 2-3 peice RAM (whatever that means) because you're getting it cheap :ouch:  Your motherboard chipset has to support triple channel for you to be able to do that.

PC's need every part to be compatible. You can't just make up stuff because you like the sound of a 600 Watt PSU and 2-3 piece Ram (Again, whatever that means - I'm assuming 2 or 3 modules to be installed in dual/triple channel mode). Just doesn't work that way.


Dude , go easy on him ;) 

What he doesn't seem to understand is that the prices in west and India are never really the same
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October 19, 2011 10:09:26 AM

scapegoat_44 said:
he doesn't seem to understand ...
Yeah, you can say that again.

The thing is, as I've said already, not knowing is normal. I don't know so much 'bout so many things myself. But that means you ask questions as to why this and why not that, right?

But being adamant is prolly not the way to go.

mummy mujhe sirf 600 Watts hi chahiye chahiye, chahiye. Chahe bhuchaal aa jay, aasman tut pare :lol: 
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October 19, 2011 10:10:16 AM

calguyhunk said:
You cannot just buy 2-3 peice RAM (whatever that means) because you're getting it cheap :ouch:  Your motherboard chipset has to support triple channel for you to be able to do that.

Yeh chaddi baniyaan nehi hai ki do teen piece kharid lo :bounce: 

PC's need every part to be compatible. You can't just make stuff up because you like the sound of a 600 Watt PSU and 2-3 piece Ram (Again, whatever that means - I'm assuming 2 or 3 modules to be installed in dual/triple channel mode). Just doesn't work that way.




Memory configuration according to your system is must be correct.
So mind it which "calguyhunk" wrote.
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October 19, 2011 11:18:12 AM

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For others on this thread, if you're in India and looking to get something for almost exactly the same price you should much rather get the Rs. 13,000 SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 6950

The 6870 is just bad value if you can't get it for 10 grands or so



Not just HD6870 , every graphic card in this nation is pricey when compared to their US counterparts :( 

When a HD6950 can be found for 13000INR it is an absolute steal ; but its a tad difficult to find at those prices with retailers :love: 
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October 19, 2011 1:21:24 PM

I find something on rediff shopping,

mobo:Gigabyte GA-880GM-USB3 Motherboard
Hard Disk:1Tb Seagate Desktop Sata Internal Harddisk
CPU:AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition 3.2GHz Desktop Processor
I'm still confused on GC,PSU and Cabinet
I 'm getting the mobo,HDD,CPU in Rs15636 including shipping.I thought that's a pretty good deal.


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October 19, 2011 1:40:15 PM

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mobo:Gigabyte GA-880GM-USB3 Motherboard


Well that mobo has only one PCIeX16 slot

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I 'm getting the mobo,HDD,CPU in Rs15636 including shipping.I thought that's a pretty good deal.


So you are left with Rs.13500 .

Going for a HD5770 doesnt make sense anymore , IMHO , since you are gaming @ 16X10 . You can pretty much go for a HD6850 ( atleast ) and a cheap cabinet available with your retailer
A cheap PSU like this one should do the job : http://www.theitdepot.com/details-Antec+450W+Power+Supp...(VP450P)_C14P9671.html

HD6850 : http://www.theitdepot.com/details-Asus+Radeon+HD6850+1G...(EAH6850-DC-2DIS-1GD5)_C45P9388.html

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October 19, 2011 1:46:54 PM

but I'm also selling my things out
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October 19, 2011 2:02:11 PM

I'm selling,
GC:XFX ATI Radeon HD4350 1GB
Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 @2.53Ghz
RAM:1of 1GB 600Mhz and 1of 2GB 800Mhz both data widht are 64-bit
HDD:Hitachi HDP725032GLA380 ATA Device 300GB
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October 19, 2011 2:03:41 PM

ajaat said:
but I'm also selling my things out


So , does it rise your budget by a considerable amount ??

If so state it clearly //
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October 19, 2011 2:13:14 PM

scapegoat_44 said:
So , does it rise your budget by a considerable amount ??

If so state it clearly //



I'm selling,
GC:XFX ATI Radeon HD4350 1GB
Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 @2.53Ghz
RAM:1of 1GB 600Mhz and 1of 2GB 800Mhz both data widht are 64-bit
HDD:Hitachi HDP725032GLA380 ATA Device 300GB

Motherboard
Model LENOVO
Manufactory LENOVO
Serial Number To be filled by O.E.M.
BIOS Name Lenovo BIOS Version: 52KT37A.ROM V3.7A
BIOS Vendor LENOVO
SMBIOS Version 52KT37AUS
BIOS Date 4/25/2008

BIOS Features
ISA is supported Yes
PCI is supported Yes
Plug and Play is supported Yes
APM is supported Yes
BIOS is Upgradable (Flash) Yes
BIOS shadowing is allowed Yes
ESCD support is available Yes
Boot from CD is supported Yes
Selectable Boot is supported Yes
BIOS ROM is socketed Yes
EDD (Enhanced Disk Drive) Specification is supported Yes
Int 13h - 5.25 /1.2MB Floppy Services are supported Yes
Int 13h - 3.5 / 720 KB Floppy Services are supported Yes
Int 13h - 3.5 / 2.88 MB Floppy Services are supported Yes
Int 5h, Print Screen Service is supported Yes
Int 9h, 8042 Keyboard services are supported Yes
Int 14h, Serial Services are supported Yes
Int 17h, printer services are supported Yes
Int 10h, CGA/Mono Video Services are supported Yes
ACPI supported Yes
USB Legacy is supported Yes
LS-120 boot is supported Yes
ATAPI ZIP Drive boot is supported Yes
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October 19, 2011 2:15:26 PM

scapegoat_44 said:
Going for a HD5770 doesnt make sense anymore , IMHO , since you are gaming @ 16X10 .
Video cards are not determined by the Aspect Ratio (Common examples are 16:9 - pronounced 16 is to 9, 16:10 and 4:3), but by the pixel count (resolution).

Examples of the former include 360X640, 960X540(qHD), 1280X720(HD 720p), 1366X768, 1600X900, 1920X1080(Full HD 1080P), 2560X1440(WQHD) etc.

Examples of the latter include the OP's 1680X1050 (WSXGA+), 1920×1200(WUXGA) and 2560X1600(WQXGA) at the highest end for general consumer electronics.

Examples of 4:3 include 320X240(qVGA), 640X480(VGA) at the lower end (mobiles etc.) and 1600×1200(UXGA) among others.

The total number of pixels on screen -1600X900=1440000 or 1920X1080=2073600 determine how strong your card needs to be able to render those many pixels (dots on screen) flawlessly.
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October 19, 2011 2:16:11 PM

I got PSU on rediff shopping at Rs 560+100 shipping.Atx Power Supply SMPS 24 Pin / 450watts With SATA
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October 19, 2011 2:18:14 PM

ajaat said:
I'm selling,
GC:XFX ATI Radeon HD4350 1GB
Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 @2.53Ghz
RAM:1of 1GB 600Mhz and 1of 2GB 800Mhz both data widht are 64-bit
HDD:Hitachi HDP725032GLA380 ATA Device 300GB

Motherboard
Model LENOVO
Manufactory LENOVO
Serial Number To be filled by O.E.M.
BIOS Name Lenovo BIOS Version: 52KT37A.ROM V3.7A
BIOS Vendor LENOVO
SMBIOS Version 52KT37AUS
BIOS Date 4/25/2008

BIOS Features
ISA is supported Yes
PCI is supported Yes
Plug and Play is supported Yes
APM is supported Yes
BIOS is Upgradable (Flash) Yes
BIOS shadowing is allowed Yes
ESCD support is available Yes
Boot from CD is supported Yes
Selectable Boot is supported Yes
BIOS ROM is socketed Yes
EDD (Enhanced Disk Drive) Specification is supported Yes
Int 13h - 5.25 /1.2MB Floppy Services are supported Yes
Int 13h - 3.5 / 720 KB Floppy Services are supported Yes
Int 13h - 3.5 / 2.88 MB Floppy Services are supported Yes
Int 5h, Print Screen Service is supported Yes
Int 9h, 8042 Keyboard services are supported Yes
Int 14h, Serial Services are supported Yes
Int 17h, printer services are supported Yes
Int 10h, CGA/Mono Video Services are supported Yes
ACPI supported Yes
USB Legacy is supported Yes
LS-120 boot is supported Yes
ATAPI ZIP Drive boot is supported Yes


Those information are not needed and you have to enquire with your retailer about the money you could make by selling this . Furthermore you have to find the prices of the products of your proposed build from your retailers in order to get a better picture .
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October 19, 2011 2:27:59 PM

Thanks all!
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