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u can also put frame rate of diff games so dat people can judge wich graphic card dey need bcoz its d main thing.

 

also my suggestion don go for graphic card <10k as grapic card comes every 2 months n den u'll repent for spending more.also ne 10k card will last 2-3 yrs as athek said.

nice rig for 35k :fear:

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@nish --> i will make the changes.

 

@in-fi-ni-ty --> Frame rate without the actual machine in front is near impossible to produce

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@nish --> i will make the changes.

 

@in-fi-ni-ty --> Frame rate without the actual machine in front is near impossible to produce

 

 

not like dat bro ...i know u cant put the frame rate like dat.srry for wrong words :huh:

 

i meant dat since u suggested 4850 some1 wid 4850 should post n den u should put it up in main post

 

for eg: i hav e8200 ,hd 4850 n 2 gb ram

in crysis warhead i got 40fps for 1280*720 2*AA n 30 fps on 1440*900 n no AA

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not like dat bro ...i know u cant put the frame rate like dat.srry for wrong words :huh:

 

i meant dat since u suggested 4850 some1 wid 4850 should post n den u should put it up in main post

 

for eg: i hav e8200 ,hd 4850 n 2 gb ram

in crysis warhead i got 40fps for 1280*720 2*AA n 30 fps on 1440*900 n no AA

ya that would be cool if people come up with such solutions :D, because the benchmark usually done by website they all have high end components, so FPS gets a little better then what that card will actually produce in real time.

 

Great idea :P

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Good job Aman! :catfight:

As you already stated, just try adding the 'resourceful' specs in the OP post, else this thread would surely become a copy of the Ask the experts one. :wOOtjumpy:

 

I would be needing an OP perusal in couple of months.. :wOOtjumpy:

Edited by Dienekes

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INTEL CORE 2 QUAD Q 8200

INTEL X38 MOTHERBOARD

SAPPHIRE HD 4890

2 GB DDR2 RAM

500 GB HDD

BENQ E2200 HD MONITOR

 

WILL THIS BE ENOUGH FOR MY NEW PC .

CAN I AFFORD TO SELL MY XBOX 360 AFTER THIS PC .

 

IS A NEW CABINET MUST FOR THIS PC

 

ANY SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE WELCOME . THANX IN ADVANCE

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dude why are you posting the same question all over the world...

 

 

Stevie G FAN == irock98 --> CONFIRMED.

 

btw 40k budget PC coming up today evening :P

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for how much can i get a liquid cooled cabinet.

 

so ur building an extreme pc and will overclock morethan 30%....?? I guess u wont atleast from the prev configs u put around....

 

just stop jumping over every newthing u find ..... u seem more ridiculous than i am...

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^^ :wOOtjumpy:

 

Srevie, please keep your questions to the PC ask the expert thread, if no one answers there there is a good possibilty no one will answer here too.

 

Lets understand why this thread is there.

 

@yesh -- ya dude got held up, why don't you go ahead and put a config here lets see what you come up with.

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The least expensive gaming pc u can ever build... ( rite now) @ around 25k

 

Processor:: Intel E7400 2.8 GHz 3mb cache Rs 5675

Motherboard:: Asus P5KPL AM IN microATX G31 Rs 2265

Ram:: 2gb ddr2 800MHz Rs 1200

PSU:: corsair 450w vx450 Rs 4000

Dvd burner + HDD Rs3000 (pick the ones tht fit this budget -- u can do it)

GPU :: sapphire HD 4670 1gb Rs 5550 or palit 9800gt 1gb Rs 7750

case:: A good mini ATX case :: CM elite 330 Rs 2100( 330 is a mid ATX though --- isn't it?)

 

If u take 9800gt Its 26k total

If u take 4670 Its 24k total

 

A 17" LCD will be around 5k ( 17" 'coz ur GPU freaks @higher res)

Altec lansing 2.1 entry level speakers around 1k

Logitech G1 gaming desktop @1.5k

 

so totals to 33.5k

 

I've seen 4670 give playable framerates in crysis gamer res(on youtube) but 9800gt gives waaaay better performance for the extra 2k..

 

cons of the system::

-mobo supports 4gb max ram

-cpu bottlenecks if u upgrade GPU later

-there is NO FUTURE though will run great for 2yrs minimum

-micro ATX hinders expandability

 

pros of the system::

-the psu is pretty good one

-can spend remaining money to buy games :P

 

Suggested upgrades::

-add another 2gb ram down the road (when u just cant do with 2gb)

-CPU upgrade :: go for a good quad-core one when u upgrade your GPU.

-A gigabyte p35 mobo (GA-P35-S3G) costs 4.5k i.e 2k more than the current one....but it eradicates the expandability problems since its an ATX mobo and can support upto 8gb ram and also supports 1066Mhz

 

Aman and afty modify this to make it cheaper plz.....

and also some suggestions.. :)

 

edit:: prices from @www.theitwares.com ... I guess they charge upto 200 extra on almost everything.. so u can save upto 1.5k buying locally

Edited by ~--YeSH--~

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checked up with a friend of mine fellas... he has same config ....

 

he gets playable frames... @ 1152x864 2X AA highsettings on crysis with HD 4670 on 17" LCD

 

also ... GTA 4

 

so I guess u will still do better if u go for 9800gt 1gb

 

edit:: this system (with 9800gt) gets 40fps+ in far cry 2 very high settings

Edited by ~--YeSH--~

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hey guys....

 

Play "boom boom pow" in the background for better results... :cry:

 

After quite a while of exile period and creating a bunch of utter-flop processors AMD now jumped back into the race,back in its favorite mid-range budget segment.

 

No matter what, AMD has been ruling the mid-range segment, and there is no wonder if this will continue.

 

Now, this configuration is budget based futureproof gaming PC.

 

Right at the site of futureproof u'd jump out of ur chair and say intel i7 is most futereproof than any other proc in the world. True.

 

But, we aren't making servers or research lab equipment here, We're making a GAMING RIG and thts in budget.

 

As I said earlier, AMD recovered from athlon x2 and phenom x2 , x4 flops, their phenom II series brought them back to a more than winning position in the midrange segment.

 

At the price of a core 2 duo PII X3's and x4's outperformed their intel core 2 quad counterparts.

 

So, tht clarifies why i chose to go for a completely AMD-ATI Rig....

 

AMD-Will-Continue-With-the-Use-of-Ati-Logo-2.jpg

 

Gentlemen meet...

 

THE ROGUE

 

The config....

 

CPU :: AMD Phenom II X3 720 BE 2.8Ghz 6mb cache Rs7700

Motherboard:: Asus M4a78t-E Am3 motherboard ATX 790gx Rs 9635

Ram:: Patriot low latency edition PSD34G1333K 1333 Mhz DDR3 Rs 5000

GPU:: ATI Radeon HD 4890 1gb DDR5 Rs 17000

PSU:: Tagan Modular BZ600 600w Rs 6050

Case:: NZXT Tempest Rs6000

HDD +Dvd drive:: Rs 4000

 

Total @ 55.5k approx

 

So, @55.5k u can max out any game till-date and keep maxing out in future too

 

Recommended peripherals::

Samsung 2233sw Full HD 16:9 --10.5k

Logitech G1 gaming desktop -- 1.5k

Altec Lansing ATP3 speakers-- 4k

 

Totals to 72.5k approx

 

Cons of the system::

-apparantly none...but price is more than mid-range .. prices in india are too high ..:(

 

pros of the system::

-As futureproof as the i7, coz AMD confirmed that the future am3+/am4 families along with am3, i7 and i5 killers will be compatible with the current am3 motherboard.

-DDR3 ram -- fast and future proof

-overclocks like hell.. thnx to AMD overdrive and ASUS OC features

-GPU is also powerful

-Lots of expandability

-Case has top fan and lots of cooling

-tricore has the advantages of both worlds ... affordable like dual cores and effective like quad-cores..

 

Compared to its peers::

-Beats both e8400 and Q8200 which fall in the same segment

 

 

This is a totally balanced system so ..there wont be any bottleneck issues.

 

U can hook up another GPU.. just make sure its ATI... 'coz theres no point in have=ing a gtx 275 running in a board with onboard ATI graphics and supports only crossfire..

 

The least GPU I recommend is HD 4850 512mb

 

This rig justifies the notion...

 

Future is Fusion10052_Dragon_Platform.png

 

Next time will post an intel alternative. :P

Edited by ~--YeSH--~

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