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February 27, 2012 5:05:10 PM

hey every one ...
I am a newcomer.. :) 

I am planning to build a new Gaming Rig under Rs 80,000($1500)


will start it after a month...
should be future proof and play any game at max setting(for nxt ~5 yrs)

crossfire-yes but will plan abt it later..

Things not needed-cabinet,mouse,keyboard,hdd,optical drive

processor-preference intel(amd only if u think it better)

gpu-7950(Rs-30000) or 2 X 6870(Rs~26000) or 7970(Rs~36000) or anyother you think would be perfect.

motherboard-overcloackable and support for quadfire..


psu-you suggest;)

monitor-21.5' + fullhd..

thanx in advance....

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February 27, 2012 5:47:19 PM

For your budget of $1500 minus "Things not needed", you can almost crossfire right away.

CPU: i5-2500k

GPU: XFX FX-797A-TNFC Radeon HD 7970

Motherboard: ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 LGA 1155 Intel Z68

PSU: PC Power and Cooling Silencer Mk II 950W
$149.99 (-20 Mail in Rebate)

Ram: G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB (2 x 4GB)

Total: $1,111.95 (54618.98 RS)

Add another HD 7970 would bring it up to $1671.94 (82125.69 RS)

I went with the i5-2500k because you wanted a future proof gaming computer. Same thing with the PSU, it will allow you to crossfire and OC.

February 27, 2012 5:50:22 PM

You say that you have some items that you plan to reuse. Please share the details on those items. They may be find but they may end up causing bottlenecks and problems so it's much easier to make suggestions with those details. As for price, in USD, one can build a top end system for less than $1300 and that includes an SSD.
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February 28, 2012 3:51:59 AM

Am sorry but I couldn't understand what you mean:x

I will be reusing my old cabinet ,mouse,keyboard,hdd,optical drive...

In India the prices are too high....100 bucks more on processor and gpu compared to America:/

Should I go for SSD??i can get one for 6000 INR(~$115)
(60Gb for windows and probably the game am playing then -BF3,etc)

February 28, 2012 4:01:55 AM

Hey thanx for the quick reply:) 
I am afraid these prices won't work here in India:x

Plus Asrock z68 is not available in India.

This is what I was planning to build----

Sabertooth p67
Price -16000 INR($307)

I7 2600k
Price -18000 INr($347)

Psu-corsair 80+ 850w
Price -7750 INR($150)

Anything under 1000 INR($192)

Ram-corsair vengeance 1600mhz 8gb
Price-3000 INR($58)

Gpu-AMD 7970
Price -34000 INR($653)

Will it be good to play everything on ultra on full hd?

Thanx in advance
a b 4 Gaming
February 28, 2012 5:08:24 AM

first thing u should give details as what resolution is ur monitor what cabinet do u have company size fans

assuming that u have a mid tower like haf 922 and u didnt mention oc or not
this what i sugget
intel i5 2500k if oc or 2400
cm hyper 212 if oc
2x 6870 or 2x6950 or 7950/70(buy 6950 and unlock it to 6970
mobo the cheapest asus z68 or p67 that supports trifire if oc or h67 mobo

the psu and ram u suggested

its cheap in laminton mumbai :) 
May 12, 2015 8:41:20 AM

Hi I want to upgrade my Gaming pc which i am currently using:



Mobo : Intel DH55tc

Proceesor : Intel core i7-870k 1st Gen@2.99ghz turbo boost to 3.3ghz

GPU: Zotac Nvidia Gtx 650ti@ 2GB

RAM:Kingston 8gb @1333Mhz (4x2gb)


Cabinate: Circle cc623 with 600watts psu fan also included

CD Drive: LG external usb cd drive

Monitor: I use my 42" LG led tv...


Mobo: Gigabyte Ga-Z97X Gaming 3

Processor: Intel core i5-4670 @3.1ghz turbo boost to 3.44ghz

RAM: Kingston Fury 16gb@1600mhz (2x8gb)

GPU: Gigabyte GV-N970G1 GAMING-4GD/ Zotac Gtx970 Amp extreme edition


Cabinate: Circle CC820 with 600watts

CD Drive: LG external usb cd drive

Monitor: I use my 42" LG led tv.

Will this be a good upgtade?
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