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Please review my new build

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my budget is rs50,000 and i have 3 21.5" 1920x1080 screens. I want to be able to play latest games at good graphics..
I do not plan on OCing..
I wil game only on 1 screen . But for my office work i will need to use all three screens
Thanks a lot for ur help :)
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  1. For 2 screens I believe you will need two video cards, but the second needn't be as powerful. I would review this information to see about proper setup. http://www.amd.com/us/products/technologies/amd-eyefinity-technology/Pages/eyefinity.aspx

    Since you do not plan on overclock, your motherboard will be fine. I would also drop to the i5-2400 processor as it is only 10% slower at stock speed.

    Due to the dual video cards, you would need a slight more powerful PSU. The savings in the CPU should mostly cover the difference. http://www.theitdepot.com/details-Corsair+Enthusiast+Series+TX650+V2+650W+Power+Supply+(CMPSU-650TXV2)_C14P10966.html
  2. this build will do what you want to do, 6870 has eyefinity, so you can use 3 monitors. i don't know what tlmck is talking about needing two video cards for...
  3. so do u suggest i drop down to a 2400 ?
  4. On the processor yes to 2400. Without overclock, you will notice little difference.

    And if it turns out that you only need the 1 video card, your original power supply will be fine as well. Once again, I would research the AMD site for the proper 3 monitor set up info.
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    Get a Crucial m4 SSD, they are pretty fast. Also get 2x 4 GB sticks of RAM. you might want to get a 650W PSU too.
  6. yeah i am gonna get 2x4gigs. and i dont plan to CF/SLI. i prefer single card. still should i get a 650W PSU? and if i get a crucial m4 the total cost will go over my budget :(
  7. sorry for double posting.. the ssd which i have chosen. with that will there be significant improvement in boot times / overall windows experience ? or if not i will just get the 7200rpm hdd and wont get ssd
  8. Yes there will be extremely quick boot times.
  9. what about the overall windows performance? i do lots of web browsing. Use MS office a lot
  10. very good, you will be able to multitask quickly and have loads of Office docs open at the same time.
  11. thanks gonna get it next month. should i make any changes on the other parts?
  12. Best answer selected by anirudh1.
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