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Well as u all or somebody know my NVDIA card is fkd up. so cant play alot of games. And my laptop is like 5-6 yrs old. Thinking of building a new pc. as i was and will always be a PC(windows) guy.

 

So any good gaming pc suggestions like, ram,graphic card,motherboard,mouse,monitor,keyboard. everything. i already have a 1TB HDD so thats covered. 

 

I know u guys shall ask budget. Well its around 50K INR = 775 $ .

 

 

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Id stick with intel processing and realistically, depending on your taste in games,(i wanna BF1 machine) you willl want something that will hopefullly last 5-7yrs.

So, I gotta go with 16GB RAM min. up to 32GB if posssible.

I like Nvidia so a decent card from them maybe with 4GB RAM built in.

 

Nvidia 1050Ti for $144 USD

 

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4699771&CatId=28

Nvidia 1050Ti for $144 USD

 

For MB:

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_tlc.asp?CatId=13

 

or

 

https://www.newegg.com/DIY-PC-SuperCombos/PromotionStore/ID-33?cm_sp=cat_cpu-processors_1-_-topnav-_-diy-pc-supercombos_1

 

or

 

https://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.3466716

 

maybe you can start there and use some existing peripherals, i.e HDD, I recommend having 2 HDD, keep backups on one and 

keep one for windows and prog files, then a reinstall is easy if you ever have to. and save money.

Seems buying a MB/CPU combo is the way to go, comes with 8GB Ram, just add more.

 

$459

Intel Core i5-7600K Kaby Lake Quad-Core 3.8 GHz LGA 1151 CPU, MSI Z270-A PRO LGA 1151 Intel Z270 USB 3.1 ATX Motherboards, CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Memory Kit Model your biggest hurdles are MB, CPU, RAM, and VCARD.

So, $460 - CPU, MB, RAM (8Gb)

       $144    -   Video Card

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 $600 total, leaving you roughly 150-175 for extra RAM, etc.

Can you use existing PSU?

if not, theres another 60-100 out of budget. Assuming 600W PSU

 

Id try and buy the best core compnents up front and mix with an existing PSU

then later make smaller upgrades. i.e keyboard/mouse.

Like buying a car, get the good motor w a shitty radio. u can always add on later.

I would definitely compare Tigerdirect, newegg and amazon/Ebay for alll items.

tiger is decent though.

 

Let me know how you make out.

Best of luck,

Roboes

 

 

 
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Id stick with intel processing and realistically, depending on your taste in games,(i wanna BF1 machine) you willl want something that will hopefullly last 5-7yrs.

So, I gotta go with 16GB RAM min. up to 32GB if posssible.

I like Nvidia so a decent card from them maybe with 4GB RAM built in.

 

Nvidia 1050Ti for $144 USD

 

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4699771&CatId=28

Nvidia 1050Ti for $144 USD

 

For MB:

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_tlc.asp?CatId=13

 

or

 

https://www.newegg.com/DIY-PC-SuperCombos/PromotionStore/ID-33?cm_sp=cat_cpu-processors_1-_-topnav-_-diy-pc-supercombos_1

 

or

 

https://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.3466716

 

maybe you can start there and use some existing peripherals, i.e HDD, I recommend having 2 HDD, keep backups on one and 

keep one for windows and prog files, then a reinstall is easy if you ever have to. and save money.

Seems buying a MB/CPU combo is the way to go, comes with 8GB Ram, just add more.

 

$459

Intel Core i5-7600K Kaby Lake Quad-Core 3.8 GHz LGA 1151 CPU, MSI Z270-A PRO LGA 1151 Intel Z270 USB 3.1 ATX Motherboards, CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Memory Kit Model your biggest hurdles are MB, CPU, RAM, and VCARD.

So, $460 - CPU, MB, RAM (8Gb)

       $144    -   Video Card

-----------------------------------------

 $600 total, leaving you roughly 150-175 for extra RAM, etc.

Can you use existing PSU?

if not, theres another 60-100 out of budget. Assuming 600W PSU

 

Id try and buy the best core compnents up front and mix with an existing PSU

then later make smaller upgrades. i.e keyboard/mouse.

Like buying a car, get the good motor w a shitty radio. u can always add on later.

I would definitely compare Tigerdirect, newegg and amazon/Ebay for alll items.

tiger is decent though.

 

Let me know how you make out.

Best of luck,

Roboes

 

 

 

 

 

For motherboard i checked and found this one. which is pretty good and close to the one u posted. i found this one 

 

Gigabyte GA-B250M-D3H Motherboard ( link : http://www.gigabyte.us/Motherboard/GA-B250M-D3H-rev-10#kf )

 

 

here is the comparison .

 

http://ddr4motherboard.com/compare/MSI-Z270-A-PRO-vs-GIGABYTE-GA-B250M-D3H-REV.-1.0

 

or this 

 

Asus Z270F Strix Gaming - LGA1151 - 7th Generation MotherBoard

 

For RAM : i thougt this, I dont need 16GB for now. one 8GB is enough for start.

 

Corsair 8GB (1 x 8 GB) DDR4 Vengeance LPX 2400Mhz C16 Red Kit for X99 Chipset (CMK8GX4M1A2400C16R)

 

For HDD : i used always seagate. But heard alot about WD HDD .

 

i do need a good and large and HD monitor for all the gaming though.

 

Power Supply : 

 

Corsair VS Series VS550 - 550 Watt SMPS

 

Graphic card : i love the 1050ti which u told. nice one with 4GB in build.

 

 

Zotac GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OC Edition ZT-P10510B-10L 4GB PCI Express Graphics Card

 

 

Check all this on amazon and this is the price 

 

Processor : 

 
Intel Core i5-7600K Kaby Lake Quad-Core 3.8 GHz LGA 1151 CPU : 17990 Rs .
 
Motherboard : 
 
Gigabyte GA-B250M-D3H Motherboard : 9399 Rs.
 
RAM : 
 
Corsair 8GB (1 x 8 GB) DDR4 Vengeance LPX 2400Mhz C16 Red Kit for X99 Chipset (CMK8GX4M1A2400C16R) : 5700 Rs.
 
HDD : 
 
WD Blue Desktop 1TB Internal Hard Drive (WD10EZEX) : 3800 Rs.
 
Graphic card : 
 
Zotac GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OC Edition ZT-P10510B-10L 4GB PCI Express Graphics Card : 16999 Rs.
 
UPS : 
 
Intex 1000VA Gaama UPS : 3950 Rs
 

 

 
 
so its costing me around 57838 INR . which is 891 USD .
 
if we add the monitor and wifi router,mouse,keyboard. it will be total around 62k INR = 955 USD
 
i m hoping to get it to 60k INR.

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cool, I hope you get it all.

Grab BF1 too ;)

I want a new PC now.

Later

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If you can, get a SSD (Example: http://a.co/8dQ0gJh) Samsong Evo 850 are pretty kick ass in price/power comparison.

 

on another node. It is important that the parts work together. Same takt, same socket etc.

Here two pages i use to configure computer and see the performance of the parts:

 

http://www.userbenchmark.com/

https://pcpartpicker.com/

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Just put your components together. 

 

Here what you have listed:

pc_build_01.jpg

Baseline Bench: Game 42%, Desk 79%, Work 45%
Total: $613
 

The issue is you have a super strong CPU but your graphics card is slow.

 

I would recommend you go with a little bit lower CPU but invest into GPU (Graphics Card)

 

pc_build_02.jpg

 

Alternative Bench: Game 61%, Desk 66%, Work 40%
Total: $626

 

This is a bit more balanced and you will have more gaming fun.

 

You can use existing PSU. Should be 550 Watts or more

You can use existing Case

You can use existing optical drives (DVD / BlueRay)

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Just put your components together. 

 

Here what you have listed:

pc_build_01.jpg

Baseline Bench: Game 42%, Desk 79%, Work 45%
Total: $613
 

The issue is you have a super strong CPU but your graphics card is slow.

 

I would recommend you go with a little bit lower CPU but invest into GPU (Graphics Card)

 

pc_build_02.jpg

 

Alternative Bench: Game 61%, Desk 66%, Work 40%
Total: $626

 

This is a bit more balanced and you will have more gaming fun.

 

You can use existing PSU. Should be 550 Watts or more

You can use existing Case

You can use existing optical drives (DVD / BlueRay)

 

 

well i came up with this , the compatiblity is good. and the performance too. 

 

 

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I would highly recommend to get a SSD in there.

This is a huge performance boost.

 

Motherboard doesn't matter too much if you don't plan to overclock.

This is true for memory too. 8gb is cool. The MHz is cool too. 16gb might be a bit more optimal, but you will not feel a high performance boost.

 

CPU, GPU and SSD is where the performance is at.

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I would highly recommend to get a SSD in there.

This is a huge performance boost.

 

Motherboard doesn't matter too much if you don't plan to overclock.

This is true for memory too. 8gb is cool. The MHz is cool too. 16gb might be a bit more optimal, but you will not feel a high performance boost.

 

CPU, GPU and SSD is where the performance is at.

 

what cpu cooler should i use. i really have no idea about cpu liquid cooled. 

 

i might do overclocking in future , but i m not sure. the thing abt good motherboard is . as i m going for some good GPU and CPU , i wanted to have a good motherboard which can support them quiet good, even in power fluctuations. 

 

 

My final build

 

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I´d take CX-m or RMx PSU, VS is really not recommended.

 

AMD CPU-s have some headroom in games, Intel ones run @100%(

). So saying to buy Intel for future proof is misleading. Also modern MP games might(no good reviews out there) make use of more AMD CPU cores. For GTAV\ET higher clocked Intel CPU-s are better.

 

Would point out here also that GPU prices have skyrocketed, not a good time to buy one.

 

You can´t OC memory over 2400Mhz on Intel B-chipset, on AMD you can, though still have to check the QVL list.

 

AIO liquid cooling is a waste of money imho, just get a decent ~30$ cooler.

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You need at least a dual-core CPU, Then you can open web-browser ingame and

go to F|A Forum to check on Players...Without much lags.

Both cores will be 15-40 percent usage with Enemy Territory(Nice and cool).

You decide AMD or Intel CPU, Then choose Motherboard.

I got a dual-core AMD 3.2 Gig CPU, I'd recommend maximum 95 Watt.

Go to motherboard manufacturer's website and look at supported CPU and Memory.

Also, Motherboard needs to have one CPI x16 slot for videocard.  Onboard video sucks.

The CPU and Motherboard will determine how much Memory You can have and what speed.

I have a Cooler Master CPU cooler, They have pipes up to cooling block and

the fan is quiet.  Use Themal Grease, Be very careful installing cooler.

You'll need Power Supply, 600 Watt should be good with video card:Nvidia 1050Ti and

Motherboard, CPU + Cooler, memory.

HHD solid state hard drives are all the rage(Very fast), 40-50 Gig would be good for the

Operating System. 

You may need another for storage: 1 terabyte harddrive(1000 Gigs) harddrive is about $100.

You can get a DVD burner for $20: Liteon is good brand, Need Mouse + pad and Keyboard.

You'll need a Case, ATX Tower is good. Then the Motherboard will have to be AXT ot ATX mini.

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You need at least a dual-core CPU, Then you can open web-browser ingame and

go to F|A Forum to check on Players...Without much lags.

Both cores will be 15-40 percent usage with Enemy Territory(Nice and cool).

You decide AMD or Intel CPU, Then choose Motherboard.

I got a dual-core AMD 3.2 Gig CPU, I'd recommend maximum 95 Watt.

Go to motherboard manufacturer's website and look at supported CPU and Memory.

Also, Motherboard needs to have one CPI x16 slot for videocard.  Onboard video sucks.

The CPU and Motherboard will determine how much Memory You can have and what speed.

I have a Cooler Master CPU cooler, They have pipes up to cooling block and

the fan is quiet.  Use Themal Grease, Be very careful installing cooler.

You'll need Power Supply, 600 Watt should be good with video card:Nvidia 1050Ti and

Motherboard, CPU + Cooler, memory.

HHD solid state hard drives are all the rage(Very fast), 40-50 Gig would be good for the

Operating System. 

You may need another for storage: 1 terabyte harddrive(1000 Gigs) harddrive is about $100.

You can get a DVD burner for $20: Liteon is good brand, Need Mouse + pad and Keyboard.

You'll need a Case, ATX Tower is good. Then the Motherboard will have to be AXT ot ATX mini.

 

i am thinking of AMD ryzen series CPU. but cant decide motherboard. some say dont invest alot on motherboard, but some say motherboard needs to be good for future updates. so i m confused there. and even with cooler. so need help with that.

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i am thinking of AMD ryzen series CPU. but cant decide motherboard. some say dont invest alot on motherboard, but some say motherboard needs to be good for future updates. so i m confused there. and even with cooler. so need help with that.

Asus z170 Pro Gaming is a great mother board for about $125.00 USD

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