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42 minutes ago, SaiKO said:

So for editing purpose as well. Great!

In that case you would really need a very good processor as a prime requirement. I will give you a spec for that budget. Monitor mouse keyboard speaker included, right?

 

I need everything. Thanks for taking your time with this :)

 

39 minutes ago, Assassins Creed said:

 

Inb4 asks for Pony poems videos..

 

Not sure about vids, blogging on ivg maybe :D

 

15 minutes ago, PhantomShade said:

 

Monitor will inflate your budget btw, so if you don't have that..

Also what res/fps you want to play on? that also will impact the type( and cost ) of GPU you will need.

 

 

Not sure, 120fps is what ppl are gaming at nowadays on pcs? Preferably 4k...

 

PS: Seems liks 4k would blow my budget out, might have to settle ofr 1440p then.

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Just now, gamer_adi said:

 

 

Not sure, 120fps is what ppl are gaming at nowadays on pcs? Preferably 4k...

 

PS: Seems liks 4k would blow my budget out, might have to settle ofr 1440p then.

PC gamers uses 144hz from 2016-2017. Not 120hz. 144hz is min requirement for PC gaming high refresh rate.

Nowadays its better to go with 2k 144hz  IPS monitor. 

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Just now, SaiKO said:

PC gamers uses 144hz from 2016-2017. Not 120hz. 144hz is min requirement for PC gaming high refresh rate.

Nowadays its better to go with 2k 144hz  IPS monitor. 

 

oh, kk.

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Gimme some time on this, will be giving you both AMD and Intel build with lots of options. But Right now doing duty so I can come up with details in evening.

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3 minutes ago, gamer_adi said:

 

I need everything. Thanks for taking your time with this :)

 

 

Not sure about vids, blogging on ivg maybe :D

 

 

Not sure, 120fps is what ppl are gaming at nowadays on pcs? Preferably 4k...

 

PS: Seems liks 4k would blow my budget out, might have to settle ofr 1440p then.

 

You can play 4K though, but the DLSS wala, DLSS only supported for newer games( like think 2018 and later )

But for native 1440p at 60 fps or whatever your GPU can push( i.e you need to get 144hz monitor )

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Just now, SaiKO said:

Gimme some time on this, will be giving you both AMD and Intel build with lots of options. But Right now doing duty so I can come up with details in evening.

 

Ya sure, take your time mate, not like am in a hurry...

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2 minutes ago, PhantomShade said:

 

You can play 4K though, but the DLSS wala, DLSS only supported for newer games( like think 2018 and later )

But for native 1440p at 60 fps or whatever your GPU can push( i.e you need to get 144hz monitor )

 

That's great then.

 

I have a lot of free fund to get an even better pc, but i had rather invest the extra cash on a decent cam/audio set-up, as well as making a couple of short films though.

 

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15 minutes ago, Vaibhavp said:

Can you play at 1440p with a 3060 or do you need 3070? Native by the way.

You can. But then again 3070 would have been better, the pricing is so bad for that in market that I cannot suggest getting 3070 at a price of 68k-80k right now. 

Unless budget permits.

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3060ti = 2080super (performance equivalence...but 2080Super is 5% faster than that) Costs around 54k-63k

3070=  2080ti (2080ti is 4% faster) ...costs around 70k to 80k... where the 3070 FE's actual MRP is 44500.

So I dunno man....pains me to suggest.


Only 3060 costs somewhere affordable. Performs around 2070.

Few days back I sold off my old 2080Super at 37k.


 

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1 hour ago, SaiKO said:

All the prices are approx and you might find at lower price in local pc market.

 

AMD OPTIONS
 

AMD Build: (Ultra CPU and Overclock friendly)
 

CPU= Amd Ryzen 9 5900X Processor - 38000 INR (abit more future proof plus it has the 12 cores/24 threads vs the 8cores/16 threads in 5800x, a better processor for editing and future gaming)

MOBO= MSI MPG X570 Gaming Plus - 18500 INR / ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus - 18500 INR

RAM= G.Skill Trident Z Neo 32GB (16GBx2) DDR4 3200MHz RGB - 13000 INR (NEO version is AMD optimized, don't get NEO for intel build)

 

AMD Build: (Non Overclock build)
 

CPU= Amd Ryzen 7 5800X Processor - 31000 INR 

MOBO= ASUS TUF Gaming B550 PLUS Motherboard - 14500-15000 INR / Gigabyte B550 Aorus Elite Motherboard - 14000-14500 INR

RAM= G.Skill Trident Z Neo 32GB (16GBx2) DDR4 3200MHz RGB - 13000 INR (NEO version is AMD optimized, don't get NEO for intel build)




INTEL OPTIONS
 

INTEL Build: (Ultra CPU and OC friendly)
 

CPU= Intel Core I9-11900K Processor - 34500-35000 INR (sadly unlike 10 series i9, 11 series i9 doesnt have 10 cores 20 threads...11 series only have 8cores/16threads....)

MOBO= GIGABYTE Z590 UD AC LGA1200 ATX MOTHERBOARD - 18500 INR / MSI MAG Z590 Torpedo Motherboard - 17500 INR

RAM= G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB (16GBx2) DDR4 3200MHz - 13000 INR

 

INTEL Build: (Non Overclock build)
 

CPU= Intel Core I7-11700K Processor - 28000 INR

MOBO= ASUS TUF GAMING B560-PLUS WIFI LGA 1200 ATX MOTHERBOARD - 15500 INR

RAM= G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB (16GBx2) DDR4 3200MHz - 13000 INR

 

Common Parts:
 

GPU= Zotac RTX 3060 Twin Edge 12GB - 41000 INR (GPU pricing is sooo bad right even now, although getting normal, but still finding 3070 Founder's Edition from RPTech at 44500 INR isn't possible...but still try to get 3070 from RPTech...actual price is 44500. And it's much, much more powerful than 3060) :(

*some added detail for your convenience....

3060ti = 2080super (performance equivalence...but 2080Super is 5% faster than that) Costs around 54k-63k

3070= 2080ti (2080ti is 4% faster) ...costs around 70k to 80k... where the 3070 FE's actual MRP is 44500.

So I dunno man....pains me to suggest.

Only 3060 costs somewhere affordable. Performs around 2070.


 

CPU COOLER= COOLER MASTER MasterLiquid ML240L ARGB V2 CPU Liquid Cooler - 6500-6800 INR
 

PSU= Deepcool DQ750-M-V2L 80 Plus Gold SMPS (Black) - 7200 INR
 

CABINET= Lian Li Lancool 215 ARGB Cabinet (Black) - 6700 INR
 

SSD= Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD -6500 INR (For windows install, games)
 

HDD= Western Digital Blue 2TB 7200 RPM - 4300-4500 INR (Because as you said you will work with video editing, stream and all, thus you require bigger storage, and 2TB SSD will cost a bomb)
 

MONITOR= Lots of options are there.... But look for 2560x1440 (2k) with 144hz IPS panels. 27 inch. LG Monitors are great, so are Asus. Basically, this is personal preference. But Please, minimum 144hz IPS is a must.
 

KEYBOARD & MOUSE= Again, upto you...this given system is RGB so try to get RGB keyboard and mouse to complete the aesthetic. Plus as you going to stream, you need some bling here as well. 

But mechanical RGB keyboards are gonna cost alot...so you can go for RGB Membrane Keyboard for time being. Look for Corsair K55, Asus TUF Gaming K1 RGB, these are minimum good quality RGB keyboard. 
If not RGB keyboard then get a logitech standard keyboard for time being. Later upgrade.

Or you can get RGB Mouse Keyboard combo. Such as Cooler Master Devastator III RGB at around 2800-3000. (although the quality of the keyboard won't be like the suggested keyboard above this line)
Completely personalized choice....but only get Corsair, Logitech, HyperX, Coolermaster, Asus etc. Don't consider chinese brands for keyboard. Could consider wireless combo from Logitech, but they are not RGB. And RGB wireless mice from good brands are costly.

For mouse, you wanna get Logitech, steelseries, razer, Glorious or any other good quality mouse that fits your requirement and budget. 

Speaker= This is on your own. Because a good speaker will cost alot. Logitech speakers are standard, but browse some more. I wouldn't suggest any because this is very subjective. Plus you need headphone for streaming....so  for headphone go for HyperX Cloud Stinger if you are tight on budget.



Approx cost (excluding monitor,keyboard, mouse and speaker)

AMD Build: (Ultra CPU and Overclock friendly) - 141700

AMD Build: (Non Overclock build) - 130700

INTEL Build: (Ultra CPU and OC friendly) - 137200

INTEL Build: (Non Overclock build) -  128700


You can reduce some budget from these builds by reducing ram to 16gb or in storage department. Also, the GPU market is very tough right now with lack of units.  GPUs are still upgradable later...but processors aren't due to platform so don't compromise on CPU. Don't consider i5 or Ryzen 5 based upon your requirement.

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3 hours ago, SaiKO said:

All the prices are approx and you might find at lower price in local pc market.

 

AMD OPTIONS
 

AMD Build: (Ultra CPU and Overclock friendly)
 

CPU= Amd Ryzen 9 5900X Processor - 38000 INR (abit more future proof plus it has the 12 cores/24 threads vs the 8cores/16 threads in 5800x, a better processor for editing and future gaming)

MOBO= MSI MPG X570 Gaming Plus - 18500 INR / ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus - 18500 INR

RAM= G.Skill Trident Z Neo 32GB (16GBx2) DDR4 3200MHz RGB - 13000 INR (NEO version is AMD optimized, don't get NEO for intel build)

 

AMD Build: (Non Overclock build)
 

CPU= Amd Ryzen 7 5800X Processor - 31000 INR 

MOBO= ASUS TUF Gaming B550 PLUS Motherboard - 14500-15000 INR / Gigabyte B550 Aorus Elite Motherboard - 14000-14500 INR

RAM= G.Skill Trident Z Neo 32GB (16GBx2) DDR4 3200MHz RGB - 13000 INR (NEO version is AMD optimized, don't get NEO for intel build)




INTEL OPTIONS
 

INTEL Build: (Ultra CPU and OC friendly)
 

CPU= Intel Core I9-11900K Processor - 34500-35000 INR (sadly unlike 10 series i9, 11 series i9 doesnt have 10 cores 20 threads...11 series only have 8cores/16threads....)

MOBO= GIGABYTE Z590 UD AC LGA1200 ATX MOTHERBOARD - 18500 INR / MSI MAG Z590 Torpedo Motherboard - 17500 INR

RAM= G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB (16GBx2) DDR4 3200MHz - 13000 INR

 

INTEL Build: (Non Overclock build)
 

CPU= Intel Core I7-11700K Processor - 28000 INR

MOBO= ASUS TUF GAMING B560-PLUS WIFI LGA 1200 ATX MOTHERBOARD - 15500 INR

RAM= G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB (16GBx2) DDR4 3200MHz - 13000 INR

 

Common Parts:
 

GPU= Zotac RTX 3060 Twin Edge 12GB - 41000 INR (GPU pricing is sooo bad right even now, although getting normal, but still finding 3070 Founder's Edition from RPTech at 44500 INR isn't possible...but still try to get 3070 from RPTech...actual price is 44500. And it's much, much more powerful than 3060) :(

*some added detail for your convenience....

3060ti = 2080super (performance equivalence...but 2080Super is 5% faster than that) Costs around 54k-63k

3070= 2080ti (2080ti is 4% faster) ...costs around 70k to 80k... where the 3070 FE's actual MRP is 44500.

So I dunno man....pains me to suggest.

Only 3060 costs somewhere affordable. Performs around 2070.


 

CPU COOLER= COOLER MASTER MasterLiquid ML240L ARGB V2 CPU Liquid Cooler - 6500-6800 INR
 

PSU= Deepcool DQ750-M-V2L 80 Plus Gold SMPS (Black) - 7200 INR
 

CABINET= Lian Li Lancool 215 ARGB Cabinet (Black) - 6700 INR
 

SSD= Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD -6500 INR (For windows install, games)
 

HDD= Western Digital Blue 2TB 7200 RPM - 4300-4500 INR (Because as you said you will work with video editing, stream and all, thus you require bigger storage, and 2TB SSD will cost a bomb)
 

MONITOR= Lots of options are there.... But look for 2560x1440 (2k) with 144hz IPS panels. 27 inch. LG Monitors are great, so are Asus. Basically, this is personal preference. But Please, minimum 144hz IPS is a must.
 

KEYBOARD & MOUSE= Again, upto you...this given system is RGB so try to get RGB keyboard and mouse to complete the aesthetic. Plus as you going to stream, you need some bling here as well. 

But mechanical RGB keyboards are gonna cost alot...so you can go for RGB Membrane Keyboard for time being. Look for Corsair K55, Asus TUF Gaming K1 RGB, these are minimum good quality RGB keyboard. 
If not RGB keyboard then get a logitech standard keyboard for time being. Later upgrade.

Or you can get RGB Mouse Keyboard combo. Such as Cooler Master Devastator III RGB at around 2800-3000. (although the quality of the keyboard won't be like the suggested keyboard above this line)
Completely personalized choice....but only get Corsair, Logitech, HyperX, Coolermaster, Asus etc. Don't consider chinese brands for keyboard. Could consider wireless combo from Logitech, but they are not RGB. And RGB wireless mice from good brands are costly.

For mouse, you wanna get Logitech, steelseries, razer, Glorious or any other good quality mouse that fits your requirement and budget. 

Speaker= This is on your own. Because a good speaker will cost alot. Logitech speakers are standard, but browse some more. I wouldn't suggest any because this is very subjective. Plus you need headphone for streaming....so  for headphone go for HyperX Cloud Stinger if you are tight on budget.



Approx cost (excluding monitor,keyboard, mouse and speaker)

AMD Build: (Ultra CPU and Overclock friendly) - 141700

AMD Build: (Non Overclock build) - 130700

INTEL Build: (Ultra CPU and OC friendly) - 137200

INTEL Build: (Non Overclock build) -  128700


You can reduce some budget from these builds by reducing ram to 16gb or in storage department. Also, the GPU market is very tough right now with lack of units.  GPUs are still upgradable later...but processors aren't due to platform so don't compromise on CPU. Don't consider i5 or Ryzen 5 based upon your requirement.

 

Thanks, i will look into it. Super helpful bro :)

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13 minutes ago, gamer_adi said:

 

Thanks, i will look into it. Super helpful bro :)

 

The dudes CPU suggestions are too high end, my opinion is you should get RTX 3060 TI and a CPU like i5 12600 or max the i7 he suggested, non-OC, i5 has 6 cores 12 thread, i7 has 8 cores 16 threads, same as the current gen consoles.

He's right from the future proofing angle tho, because you'll upgrade the CPU much later, like what CPU you buy now should last you for 5-7 years, so the i7 will be better if you have the budget

 

For monitors :-

 

BenQ EX2780Q or LG 27GL850

both are 27" 1440p 144hz IPS panel monitors with 2x hdmi and 1x DP on the back, with 1x 3.5mm audio out

 The BenQ one has inbuilt speakers and 1x usbc with display port input( useful if like you want to connect a macbook to monitor )

 

BenQ going for 30k now :- https://www.amazon.in/BenQ-EX2780Q-Monitor-Channel-Metallic/dp/B07X8HBHJP

 

LG GL850 going for 33k :- https://www.amazon.in/LG-Ultragear-27-inch-Compatible-Monitor/dp/B07TD94TQF

 

Both these monitors hover in price between 30-35k online

 

As an addition, both can take in a 4k signal and display it to 1440p, useful if you connect a PS5

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High because of his requirement of video editing/ streaming. That process eats cpu cores like breakfast. 
 

also, CPU is the only thing which is very hard to upgrade because ur ram and mobo will be dependant on it (thanks to new socket and chipset every gen almost, specifically now when ddr5 is coming on amd and already came on intel 12th gen)  So one time good investment on cpu goes a long way. 

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Trust me, I would be more than happy to suggest him 3070 or above in normal situation. But current GPU market isn't normal!  

Unless you getting actual MRP from RPTech, I would wholeheartedly suggest 3070, 3070Ti or 3080. Imagine 63k price for 3080 from RPTech vs the 63k for 3060ti from Market right now. That's bullshit pricing tbh.

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