Sign-in / Sign-up
Your question
Solved

Need as much help as you guys can on this, for my new Machine.

Tags:
  • New Build
  • Systems
Last response: in Systems
September 6, 2012 10:28:15 AM

Approximate Purchase Date: October 1st week.

Budget Range: 1000-1200 USD (60,000 INR)

System Usage from Most to Least Important: Hard Core gaming, surfing the internet, watching movies

Are you buying a monitor: No

Parts to Upgrade: the whole CPU (cabinet, Mobo, Processor, RAM, PSU, Hard disk)

Do you need to buy OS: No

Please note that if you're using an OEM license of Windows, you will need a new one when buying a new motherboard.

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: local stores, not any websites

Location: City, State/Region, Country - Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA

Parts Preferences: processor :Intel

Overclocking: Maybe, Mostly NO

SLI or Crossfire: Maybe

Your Monitor Resolution: 1440x900

Additional Comments: need to run all new games like Crysis 3, and all games with high end graphics smoothly

And Most Importantly, Why Are You Upgrading: I love games and my current system is outdated and not able to run any of the new games.

More about : guys machine

September 6, 2012 10:33:43 AM

Other comments:

Iam thinking about this parial config

Processor -Intel Core i5 3570k - INR 14,250
G.Card -Zotak PCI Express Geforce GTX560 TI 2gb DDR5 - INR 14,900
RAM -DDR III G.Skill 4gb X 2 8GB Kit F3-17000CL11D-8gbXL 2133 mhz. Rip Jaws -INR 5,100

Need suggestion
Mobo. should I go with a Z77 or X79 chipset board for the above configuration.
Hard disk - should I go for a ssd also. need suggestion for Hard disk..
Cabinet and suitable SMPS. (I might do SLI after few months )

I really wish my build would let me play games of next 4-5 years smoothly with high graphics settings.

Thanks and waiting for your valuable feedback and suggestions.
m
0
l
September 6, 2012 10:42:14 AM

Mobo - z77

Hard disk - an ssd wont give you a better fps but it will give you better load times

GPU - you wont be maxing the latest games with a 560ti for 4-5 years
m
0
l
Related resources
September 6, 2012 11:03:49 AM

Thanks Mike.
Which GPU do you suggest?
should I go for AMD or NVIDIA make.
I heard some folks saying The Radeons are "newer".
I dont understand what they meant.
Please suggest.

So far, Parts fixed are.
Processor -Intel Core i5 3570k - INR 14,250
RAM -DDR III G.Skill 4gb X 2 8GB Kit F3-17000CL11D-8gbXL 2133 mhz. Rip Jaws -INR 5,100
Mobo - Z77 (checking which mobo of z77 which fits my budget.)
m
0
l
September 6, 2012 11:48:36 AM

If you want the gpu to last 4-5 years you're going to want to look at the top end stuff, alternatively could look at a mid range high end card and x-fire/sli later on down the line.

AMD or nvidea is a bit subjective really, everyone has there preference, personally i go AMD.
m
0
l
September 6, 2012 11:57:45 AM

cool. My current system is also running on a AMD card. HD4850 512MB.
No idea about NVidia cards and not sure which is better also.

So could you suggest a card in Mid Range high end card.


So far, Parts fixed are.
Processor -Intel Core i5 3570k - INR 14,250
RAM -DDR III G.Skill 4gb X 2 8GB Kit F3-17000CL11D-8gbXL 2133 mhz. Rip Jaws -INR 5,100
Mobo - Z77 (checking which mobo of z77 which fits my budget.)
m
0
l
September 6, 2012 12:24:03 PM

Thanks Mike and I really appreciate your help and quick replies to me.
If you dont mind, I would be really grateful if you can give a complete system build with an Intel i5 Processor.
You can go for AMD card also if you wish. All I ask is a complete sturdy build mean machine.
sorry for this trouble, Reason being, I am a noob at this and I do not know which is compatible with what.
Thanks again.
m
0
l
September 6, 2012 12:42:30 PM

mikerockett said:
Something like this should do you ok but not sure how it equates to your currency and your budget.

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/gHI4



Thanks a lot Mike.. Love the rig :love:  . You are the man.

Also can you let me know if there is any use for using ssd drives also. I do not know why they are used in PC's , Is it to hold the OS?

m
0
l
September 6, 2012 12:43:34 PM

Best answer selected by vineeth_v_g.
m
0
l
September 6, 2012 12:48:27 PM

so you mean to say that Games also should be installed in SSD correct ?
m
0
l
September 6, 2012 12:49:01 PM

SSD's are faster than the older mechanical drives. If you have the budget you should add a mechanical drive to that build to use for mass storage if you need it.

On the SSD you would be best to place the OS and your software. Any media or large files on a mechanical drive.

Running off the SSD will give you decreased loading times of windows, programs and any in game loading times.
m
0
l
September 6, 2012 12:53:26 PM

That's right. It should give you significantly decreased load times in game.
m
0
l