Help with New Build. from India

Approximate Purchase Date: this month

Budget Range: Rs.35000 to Rs.40000 (After Shipping) i.e. converts to $650 - $750

System Usage from Most to Least Important: Office Work, Mild gaming, surfing the internet, watching movies, Some Photo/Video editing

Are you buying a monitor: No

Parts to Upgrade: Everything Except Monitor, Mouse-Keyboard

Do you need to buy OS: Yes

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: (

Overclocking: Maybe, but probably i won't

SLI or Crossfire: No

Your Monitor Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Dell 21" Monitor

Additional Comments: Dont want to stretch my budget too much. would like this PC to last for atleast the next 4 years minimum.
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  1. CPU and motherboard i3-2120 with motherboard

    Memory 2x4GB DDR3-1600

    Case Cooler Master Elite 311

    Graphics Card MSI Radeon 7850 OC

    Hard Drive Caviar Blue SATA 6Gb/s 500GB

    Optical Disk Drive

    Power Supply Seasonic Eco 500W

    Total is 38658Rs.

    The i3-2120 isn't a high end CPU, but it's a decent gaming CPU and probably the best that you'll get in your budget.

    I wouldn't be too picky about memory, but I was pleasantly surprised to see such a great memory kit at such a low price.

    Well, it's a case, no big deal about it. You're not using a bunch of high-power consumption components nor a lot of components and/or large components, so this case should do the job quite well.

    This 7850 is about halfway between the reference 7850 and the reference 7870 in performance. It's factory overclock is that huge. It'll be an excellent card for maxing pretty much any game's texture settings out on a 1080p display.

    This is a great little 500GB hard drive. If you want more capacity, then go for a 1TB model.

    I just went with the cheapest DVD drive.

    This power supply has plenty of power delivery for such a system and does so with good efficiency and a nice price.
  2. thnx a lot for the reply. this build looks pretty neat for my use.
  3. Glad to help. Sorry it took so long, most of us Tom's guys (such as myself) are in the USA and we don't have a lot of our system building tools to work with when doing recommendations to your country, so we have to do a little more work to make recommendations.
  4. No Problems. My country is still lagging a Lot in the "Build Your Own PC" Section!
    Most of us Just buy whatever Branded PC's the likes of Dell, IBM, Lenovo are offering.
    And i just hate those PCs. Charge too much for sub-par products. so, i decided to do this myself!
  5. Congratulations on beating the prebuilders/OEMs :)
  6. i really appreciate you going out of your way and helping a guy halfway across the globe!
    thanx again!
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