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August 10, 2012 2:34:29 PM

Dear All,

I am a serious gamer, and I am planning to build a new rig for INR 50000 , not a penny more. (My company allows loans for just 50K for computers ).
I am just planning to build a CPU for 50k. the rest would be from my hands (monitor, UPS, keyboard, Speakers etc.)
so just 50k.
I will be taking the system this month end after carefully reading your recommendations.
Please suggest me a rig which can last for the next 5 years.
Thanks in advance.
:) 

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August 10, 2012 3:29:26 PM

VVG007 said:
Dear All,

I am a serious gamer, and I am planning to build a new rig for INR 50000 , not a penny more. (My company allows loans for just 50K for computers ).
I am just planning to build a CPU for 50k. the rest would be from my hands (monitor, UPS, keyboard, Speakers etc.)
so just 50k.
I will be taking the system this month end after carefully reading your recommendations.
Please suggest me a rig which can last for the next 5 years.
Thanks in advance.
:) 


Hello my friend,

Where are you located? I ask because I am not sure what website you plan on ordering from. Can you provide some links to local websites?

I see that INR 50000 is right around $900 USD, so if you are ok with ordering from newegg.com, we can set you up with a rig from there :) 
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August 10, 2012 6:02:28 PM

Hi. Thanks for the reply. I am located in bangalore, India.
we have SP Market here, where I can get the things for a bit of discount from the original price.
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August 10, 2012 6:05:27 PM

Newegg doesn't ship to India.

What website do you use for parts?
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August 10, 2012 6:17:51 PM

use flipkart for general references to prices
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August 10, 2012 6:37:45 PM

if you have a working pc you may be able to save some money if you can reuses some of the parts. if the case and system parts inside are not to old you may be able to reuse the case..power supply and the drives. that let you get a better cpu and video card and motherboard. to keep the rig cost at your price point your looking at an intel i5-3570 cpu. and a 7xx chipset motherboard. msi makes some nice mini atx mb around 120.00 price point. toss in 8g of ram and a nice video card and case and you have a gaming rig that last you a few years. one thing i would put into the rig at some point is a boot ssd. they are fast and they do make your os run better. with the build make sure you use a good power supply..using a cheap one can cause a lot of issues.
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August 10, 2012 6:38:44 PM

now now... newegg ofcourse im just looking at the prices ofcourse u gonna buy the parts directly from ur city pc store... well u can go with intel or amd but amd is solution because ur strict on $$$ so here we go:

CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 970 3.4 GHZ Price: 170$

Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-990FX-UD3 AM3+ Crossfire-SLI Ready Price: 150$

GPU: Gigabyte Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 Price: 240$

RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600Mhz 2x4 8Gb kit Price: 50$

HD: WD Caviar black 1TB 7200rpm 64mb cache, SATA III Price: 100$

PSU: Corsair TX750 Bronze certified 80+ Price: 110$

Case: Cooler Master HAF X 912 Price: 60$

A simple DvD Rw right? its about 20$

Total: 900$

Ok it took some time for me to get these shizznicks here i hope u like this idea for a build. and i hope u got ur monitor and other stuff.
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August 10, 2012 6:43:56 PM

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August 10, 2012 6:46:07 PM

Thanks a lot my dear friend. Could you also suggest if this rig can last for the next 4 - 5 years. I mean for gaming :) 
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August 10, 2012 6:58:31 PM

VVG007 said:
Thanks a lot my dear friend. Could you also suggest if this rig can last for the next 4 - 5 years. I mean for gaming :) 


Unfortunately the CPU he suggested is already almost 2 years old and it struggles to max out some current games so how do you think it will perform in 4 years? Ehh not so well. A great CPU but not future proof at all. In fact I would not recommend ANY current AMD CPU for a 4-5 year future proof rig.

I do not have time to put together an entire rig but I would suggest going with the highly overclockable and future proof Intel Core i5-3570K(3.4-3.8GHz - unlocked) or if you don't plan on overclocking, the i5-3450(3.1-3.5GHz - locked).

Good luck with your build.
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August 11, 2012 4:59:06 AM

Thanks Amk. Even I prefer the intel procc. also I currently own a ATI card. Was thinking if I should go for ATI card again or with NVidia. any ideas about that.

I would like to also thank each one of you who are helping here for the build.You guys are of great help. :) 
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August 11, 2012 10:01:45 AM

well the case here thats this is a kinda budget pc build so no intel cpu's their Frikin expensive u are just playing for the premium *** that's all intel 2 core cpu costs almost like phenom II x3... the amd processor is good and it should go like for 3 years more... see i picked a 990fx motherboard with am3+ socket that u can later upgrade into next generation fx processors thinked about that?
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