Need Suggestions about my gaming PC + visualization system

Here is the Config of the system that i am going to buid
USE :- High End Gaming performance (Budget), Vitalization.

CPU :- AMD FX-6300/8350 or INTEL i5 3570K + Antec Khuler H2O 920 liquid Cooler
MOBO :- M5A99FX PRO R2.0
GC ;- Sapphire AMD/ATI Radeon R9 270X with Boost OC 2 GB 2 GB DDR5 Graphics Card
RAM :- G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3 8 GB (2 x 8 GB) PC RAM (F3-12800CL10S-8GBXL)
HDD :- WD 1 TB Black Desktop Internal Hard Drive (WD1002FAEX)
SSD :- Kingston SV300S37A/120G Internal Hard Drive
SMPS :- Cooler Master Thunder 600 Watts PSU
Cabin :- NZXT Elite 210
Monitor :- BenQ 21.5 inch LED Backlit LCD - GW2255HM

Need suggestions to my build .:??:

STUCK ON POCESSOR AMD OR INTEL
IF AMD 6300 OR 8530 !!!!!!!!!!

HELP ME PLS !!!!!!:??:
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  1. i5 4690k is a better choice.

    What is your budget and your country?
  2. Alpha3031 said:
    i5 4690k is a better choice.

    What is your budget and your country?


    My country is India ,I can afford both the CPU's but my question is which is better, does it make any difference if i am going for a better CPU or config, Considering my purpose of the Machiene.

    I can expand my budget if anybody suggest me a well speced custom rig.
  3. Seagate HDD 5650
    Samsung EVO SSD 5850
    MSI R9 280 19750
    G.skill RipjawsX 2133 2x8 GB12000
    Cooler Master 600W 4410
    FX 6300 6725
    BenQ FHD monitor 7884
    MSI 990FX MB 8877
    HAF 912 case 5532
    Hyper 212X 2770
    Sorry about earlier, had to move to another computer lab
    BTW you can't us the i5 on a AM3 MB
    I hope this doesn't go too much over your budget
    79448
  4. Alpha3031 said:
    Seagate HDD 5650
    Samsung EVO SSD
    will edit later


    Fine i will consider that Any other solution !!!
  5. ditch intel and go for AMD....8350 4.0 Ghz....anyways you are getting a liquid cooler...so dont even worry about the over heating issue..
  6. NrjAlcatraz said:
    ditch intel and go for AMD....8350 4.0 Ghz....anyways you are getting a liquid cooler...so dont even worry about the over heating issue..


    you're not helping.
  7. NrjAlcatraz said:
    ditch intel and go for AMD....8350 4.0 Ghz....anyways you are getting a liquid cooler...so dont even worry about the over heating issue..


    Alpha3031 said:
    NrjAlcatraz said:
    ditch intel and go for AMD....8350 4.0 Ghz....anyways you are getting a liquid cooler...so dont even worry about the over heating issue..


    you're not helping.


    He have a point but my problem is, is it worth to buy AMD bec its power hungry and i have to pay more money as my Electricity bill or i can spend that money to buy a intel CPU

    i didnt mentioned the intel motherboard in my specs
  8. Alpha3031 said:
    Seagate HDD 5650
    Samsung EVO SSD 5850
    MSI R9 280 19750
    G.skill RipjawsX 2133 2x8 GB12000
    Cooler Master 600W 4410
    FX 6300 6725
    BenQ FHD monitor 7884
    MSI 990FX MB 8877
    HAF 912 case 5532
    Hyper 212X 2770
    Sorry about earlier, had to move to another computer lab
    BTW you can't us the i5 on a AM3 MB
    I hope this doesn't go too much over your budget
    79448


    A bit expensive !!!!1
  9. You didn't tell me your budget.
  10. Alpha3031 said:
    You didn't tell me your budget.


    50k its my current budget...have plan to upgrade in future.In the case of MOBO and CPU i have to choose in favour of that option !!!
  11. Alpha3031 said:


    Its 2x4 GB it consumes my 2 slots, i am planing to buy a single 8 GB stick which save my slots for future upgrade.

    Can you tell me why you recommend this RAM

    What you say about the ram below
    http://www.flipkart.com/kingston-hyperx-ddr3-8-gb-1-x-gb-pc-ram-khx1600c10d3b1-8g/p/itmdg5dhjqffe2vb?pid=RAMDG5DHBP3SQVZH&icmpid=reco_pp_same_ram_1&ppid=RAMDG5DHJMBH4XKG
  12. The reason I suggest 2x4 is that it is often faster, if you want to upgrade later, fine, but DDR4 support is coming in the next two years so the time window is short. You'd probably want to upgrade to Skylake (currently this is why I suggest you get the 6300 (you can always get Intel when their next architecture comes out) ) before a 8 GB kit will limit you in any way so that's probably useless. Then again, it's your call.
  13. Alpha3031 said:
    The reason I suggest 2x4 is that it is often faster, if you want to upgrade later, fine, but DDR4 support is coming in the next two years so the time window is short. You'd probably want to upgrade to Skylake (currently this is why I suggest you get the 6300 (you can always get Intel when their next architecture comes out) ) before a 8 GB kit will limit you in any way so that's probably useless. Then again, it's your call.


    Yes you are right but my need includes virtualization note that point, i need much RAM for the instances.


    NB: I actually misspelled it as visualization !!!!
  14. How many virtual machines and what OSes? I've had some experience with VMs. When do you plan on upgrading and to how much?
  15. Alpha3031 said:
    How many virtual machines and what OSes? I've had some experience with VMs. When do you plan on upgrading and to how much?


    Even if i have to work on VM what will be your reccomented RAM

    Actually my plan is, how much RAM's do i have that much i can allocate it to the instances.and planning to use type 2 HV , since it uses the ram allocated for the instances even if they are in idle state ....
  16. Try and divide your ram evenly (2/3 GB per instance and try leave at least 2 foe Windows, if you don't have anything else open). Since the single module is cheaper, I say go for it.
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