Budget 51-70k New Gaming Rig

Discussion in 'PC Buying Advice' started by Ankur.J, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. Ankur.J

    Ankur.J Game Guy
    Disciple

    Q: What is your budget?

    • 60K


    Q: What is your existing hardware configuration (component name - component brand and model)
    No Hardware
    Q: Which hardware will you be keeping (component name - component brand and model)
    NA
    [FONT=Verdana, Segoe UI, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Q: Which hardware component are you looking to buy (component name). If you have already decided on a configuration then please mention the (component brand and model) as well, this will help us in fine tuning your requirement.[/FONT]

    • CPU - Intel 3570K
    • Motherboard - Looking for either ASRock, Asus, Gigabyte Z77 with nice features and good overclocking
    • [FONT=Verdana, Segoe UI, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]GPU - Preferring Nvidia 600 series, but I am open to AMD 7000 series if there aren't driver issues and play all games nicely. [/FONT]
    • PSU-only corsair


    Q: Is this going to be your final configuration or you would be adding/upgrading a component in near future. If yes then please mention when and which component

    • NO

    Q: Where will you buy this hardware? (Online/City/TE Dealer)
    Pune, Mumbai and open to online purchase if safe and secure, TE dealer???
    Q: Would you consider buying a second hand hardware from the TE market
    If the quality is good enough
    Q: What is your intended use for this PC/hardware

    • Gaming


    Q: Do you have any brand preference or dislike? Please name them and the reason for your preference/dislike.
    Just want good service, no dislike yet.
    Q: If you will be playing games then which type of games will you be playing?
    BF3, BLOPS2, Crysis 3, GTA 5 in future
    Q: What is your preferred monitor resolution for gaming and normal usage

    1. Gaming - 1080p


    Q: Are you looking to overclock?

    • Yes of course


    Q: Which operating system do you intend to use with this configuration?

    • Windows 7, not sure about 8
     
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  2. Ankur.J

    Ankur.J Game Guy
    Disciple

    Bump!
     
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  3. write2anandsharma

    write2anandsharma New Member
    Disciple

    gigabyte z77x-ud3h 12000
    Intel® Core™ i5-3570K 3.4 GHZ(6MB Cache, up to 3.80 GHz, HD4000, 1600 Mhz) 14000
    Gskill 8GB RAM F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL 2750
    Western Digital Caviar Green 2TB 5500
    Asus Internal DVD/RW SATA : DRW-24B5ST 1146
    CORSAIR SMPS 500CXV2UK 3250
    CORSAIR CABINET 300R 3952
    Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 (Keyboard+Mouse) 1630
    Total 44228
     
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  4. Ankur.J

    Ankur.J Game Guy
    Disciple

    Do you know where should I buy it from?
     
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  5. Jakob

    Jakob Well-Known Member
    Adept

    Intel i5 3570k+Thermalright Silver Arrow-19.5k
    Asus P8Z77-M PRO-12.5k
    Gskill RipjawsZ 4GBX2 1600mhz-3.5k
    Segate 1TB 7200.14-4.2k
    Sapphire HD7850 OC-15k
    Corsair TX650V2-5.4k
    Corsair 400R-5.4k OR Nzxt Source 210 Elite-2.6k
    Logitech MK200 Combo-0.7k
    Dell ST2220L-8.5k
    APC 1.1KVA-4.9k
    This rig going up to 72k,If you want a good overclocking rig then you'd have to add few bucks,If your budget is tight then you'd consider about getting a non-ocing rig.
    Hope this helps.[​IMG]
     
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  6. Ankur.J

    Ankur.J Game Guy
    Disciple

    Hey what do you think about Asus P8Z77-V LX or Asrock Extreme 4? Is the M pro an m-ATX board? I am basically looking this for gaming only, so should I get an SSD rather than an HDD?
    What is APC?
    I am looking at 650D case or 500R what do you think of it?
    I can stretch my budget to 90k, but I am scared of installing the CPU.
    Also where should I get the parts online, Pune, Mumbai??
     
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  7. Jakob

    Jakob Well-Known Member
    Adept

    Go with the Asus P8Z77M- PRO mobo you won't have any trouble even if it's M-ATX,If you're ready to add 30k extra then go with Asus P8Z77-V-16k this is a VFM mbo better than AS Rock exreme.Also instead of HD7850 GPU get the Sapphire HD7950-25k which will be future proof for gaming.
    APC 1.1kVA is a UPS which you'll need for power backup of 10-15 min
    Since you've budget of 90k you'd get both Segate 1TB 7200.14 HDD-4.3k for storage and OCZ Vertex4 128GB SSD-7.5k for installing OS and Games.
    Instead of 500R go with Corsair 400R it's a VFM Case with good airflow and design.If you've decided to spend 10k on650D then it's your call,It's a great case.
    If you're from mubai get the components from Primeabgb OR Theitwares from lamington road,If online then try Flipkart OR Smc international and primeabgb.
    Hope this clears stuff.
     
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  8. Ankur.J

    Ankur.J Game Guy
    Disciple

    Ok so the parts things are clear, but I am not sure whether to trust online shopping, I like flipkart's COD, will check on primeabgb.
    Are there more tech shops at lamington road? I am from Pune, so I can come to buy only for 1 day.
    What do you think about mdcomputer.in or itdepot.com??
     
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  9. enc_MAYhem

    enc_MAYhem New Member
    Disciple

    You my friend are confused, here is what i would recommend.

    get a 1TB HDD WD preferably the Green one because its cheap.. not as fast as compared to the WD Black.. but gets the job done. and then get a 64GB SSD as a boot drive for windows.. just put windows on it.

    and also dont compromise on the Case, i have a NZXT Phantom and i imported it all the way from the south to here north! paid like 8.5k for just the case.. why did i spend so much? I have better cooling.. i can put in any kind of water cooling radiators if i wish to in the future + it looks sexy. :))

    Buying online is safe but expensive.. Flipkart has increased its prices very much.. the same time when i was building my system i could find parts cheaper locally then on flipkart! the only thing i bought from flipkart was the Cooler master 212 Evo which was like 100 rs cheaper then locally and my gpu which i couldnt find in the market.. which was a ASUS gtx 560ti Direct CUII.

    Just compare the prices first and then buy online.. if a product which you want is un-available.. look for a alternative, dont spend more money on it.. cause in the end everything performs the same.

    about the config:

    Intel 3570k 14000
    MSI Z77-GD65 Mobo its way superior then the ud3h has all those military class components and shit. 12k-14k
    about the Grpahics card get a GTX 670 28k
    Atleast a Cooler Master 690 II Advanced case or look into the Corsair 650D about 8k i believe.
    WD 1TB 7200RPM Green Drive 5k
    OCZ 64 GB SSD - i cant recommend a particular model cause i dont have experience with them, also SSD's die very quick.. they'll only last you like 3-4 years.. research on them.
    Corsair GS800 PSU.
    Corsair vengeance 1600mhz 4GB X 2 kit.

    Add me on facebook if you need more advice or stuff, i rarely visit the forum.

    fb.com/ami39

    or skype: enc_MAYhem
     
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  10. Ankur.J

    Ankur.J Game Guy
    Disciple

    Hey guys here is the build I am looking to go, I am keeping the budget 60k, please check check the parts and give suggestions, though if you guys can make get a an Overclocking build for me inside 60K then it will be very good. This is the gaming rig to say again.
    RAM: Gskill 8GB 3.2k
    GPU: GTX 660 14.5k
    Case: 400R 5.8k
    PSU: CX 600 4.2k
    DVD RW: 1k
    SSD: OCZ Agility 60GB 4k
    Keyboard + mouse: 1k
    Monitor: BenQ G2420HD 24 inch 9.9k
    Mobo: Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H 4.3k
    CPU: i5-3450 11.7k

    Please suggest me any changes and feel free to comment.
     
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  11. Jakob

    Jakob Well-Known Member
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    Change the psu to Seasonic S12ii 520W-4.2k OR Corsair TX650V2-5.3k,Everything else looks fine,Go for it.
     
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  12. maran_11

    maran_11 Member
    Disciple

    @Ankur.J get a benq gl240hm instead official MLG monitorhttp://www.flipkart.com/benq-24-inch-led-gl2450hm-monitor/p/itmdfpqpw7nffhjy?pid=MOND9ZW9AMNZ4FKU&ref=88df2116-ed7d-4671-a763-4370319aa84e&srno=t_2&otracker=from-search&query=benq
     
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