Solved wanted to configur my pc for best gaming uner 20000 rupees.

January 30, 2014 at 22:43:21
Specs: Windows 7
suggest best gaming cpu, motherboard,ram and psu, also If possible in the budget of 20000 rupees suggest good graphic card as well.

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January 31, 2014 at 01:56:42
Using the exchange rate from Oanda.COM: INR 20000 = USD 319 = EUR 234.

Not being certain of prices in other countries, but in Sweden for that money you can buy either a decent motherbord or a decent CPU.


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January 31, 2014 at 03:55:46
I agree with Nigel. For that kind of money you are not going to get much at all.

I bought a Dell 620 for 320 GPB two years ago. That equates to 33,000.INR

That only has an Intel Core i3 using its internal graphics..

Something comparable to-day with an Intel Core i5 would cost 500 UKP = 51,000 INR

Of course you can somewhere cheaper like Acer but then you are compromising on quality.


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January 31, 2014 at 16:14:17
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Personally I would suggest buying an APU system so you don't have to worry about graphics card. This one is an AMD Trinity 3.8 GHz Quad-Core, for only $120. Great deal IMO:

Here's some nice RAM. Personally, I really like G. Skills. It is 2x4 GB which is perfect for gaming. Sure, its about $15 more than other 2x4, but it has 9-11-11 timings which is pretty good. Also, I've had better luck overclocking G skills than other brands, so if you want to go that route, choose these:

As for motherboard, that's really up to you. To decide, answer these questions:

How many hard drives do you want? (i.e. number of SATA ports)
Are you going to want additional graphics cards? (PCIe slots)
Are you going to upgrade the RAM in the future? (get 4 DIMMs instead of just 2)

Just make sure it is FM2/FM2+, and supports 2133MHz RAM.

For PSU, DO NOT cheap out! Having a cheap/weak power supply can really screw you, especially when you want to upgrade in the future.

This will probably end up costing you around 500 USD, so quite a bit over your initial budget. You could always reduce the CPU to a 3.0 GHz quad or 4.0 dual. Also, you could get cheaper/slower RAM to save some cash.

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January 31, 2014 at 19:25:51
AMD A6-6400K Richland 3.9GHz Black Edition APU w/Radeon HD 8470D Graphics- $75

MSI A78M-E45 FM2+/FM2 motherboard - $68

G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3-1600 - $48

CORSAIR 430W power supply - $45

Total = $236

You probably won't even need a separate graphics card but you could add a Radeon HD 6570 for about $50-60 & enable Hybrid Crossfire. That would still keep you under the $319 limit. Whether or not you can find comparable hardware at these prices in India, I have no idea. Stay away from the low end power supply brands commonly found in your country - iBall, Mercury, Odyssey, PowerSafe, Power3, VIP, Zebronics

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