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Finally got a gaming rig in budget.

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March 3, 2012 12:28:52 AM

Is it good for budget?

i3 2100 : 6,450 INR
CONQUR 4GB DDR3 1333MHz : 1,000 INR
ASUS P8H61MLX : 3,300 INR
*CORSAIR CX 430W : 2,300 INR
*SAPPHIRE 6770 1GD5 : 6,720 INR
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Total : 19,770 INR (incl. all taxes)

I already had a 1 TB HDD and a full Tower Case.

* not purchased yet bcoz waiting for their arrival(next two days) in local shop.
[1 INR = 0.0182 USD]
March 3, 2012 1:59:19 AM

Almost exactly the same prices as in the U.S. If you are building this in a new motherboard you may need a new copy of Windows 7, if that is what you use. 4,968INR.
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March 3, 2012 10:52:44 AM

DelroyMonjo said:
Almost exactly the same prices as in the U.S. If you are building this in a new motherboard you may need a new copy of Windows 7, if that is what you use. 4,968INR.


yeah thats right.

i bought one along with the rig.

Wat is ur opinion abt gaming with this system at 1360x768?

<i planned to go for high resoln a yr later or might setup eyefinity ;) 
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March 3, 2012 11:39:32 AM

yeh ur pc is perfect for low
res u will need to xfire later
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March 3, 2012 12:17:13 PM

It depends on the games how well they play. With a resolution of 1360X768 you should be able to play most games with high graphics details and reasonable frame rates. That's a very low monitor resolution by today's gaming standards. Naturally, the more resolution the lower the FPS and the lower you will have to set the graphics detail. Eyefinity increases the effective resolution therby also lowering FPS.
BF3 is about the most video card intensive game right now and here is a graphic card review. A 6770 is pretty close to the AMd 5770 rating so maybe this benchmark will help. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/battlefield-3-graph...
Keep in mind, that particular motherboard will not do X-Fire or SLI, it only has 1 PCIe 2.0X16 video card slot. The MB also won't overclock if you decide to upgrade to an Intel overclockable, K model processor at some later date. Motherboards capable of doing both start in the $130 range. Also keep in mind, if you upgrade to more powerful video cards your power supply becomes a factor.
I hope this helps.
Hope this helps
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March 3, 2012 2:30:40 PM

DelroyMonjo said:


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this helps.


i already know that stuff, still thanks for ur concern.

All i wanna know would the above system be a recommendable setup for one looking for gaming in a very tight budget.
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