An Ultimate Gaming Mchine For 50000

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  1. killzone

    killzone New Member

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    Guys N Geeks Who Ever Can U Plzz Suggest An Ulti. Gaming Machine For 50000 N My Idea Is...
    Jus Give It A Review

    Amd 64 3800+ Pro..
    Asus Motherboard
    Ati X800 Graphics Card
    2*1024 Mb Ram Corsair
    Creative 2.1 Speakers
    N Remainin Some Good Stuff......


    Im An Amd Fan..but Some Frnds Of Mine Told M Tochckouyt The New Core 2 Duo...wat Do U Plsay Abt This???plzzz Reply Naaa
     
  2. samrulez

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    naa get a E6300
    A good 965 or 975 mobo
    XFX 7600GT for now later get a DX10 card if u can..i.e
    2GB DDR2 667 or 800MHz ram...
    Creative Aspire 2.1
    etc etc
     
  3. drvarunmehta

    drvarunmehta New Member

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    E6300 9k
    MSI 965 mobo 7k
    2 GB DDR2 667 RAM 10k
    160GB SATA2 HDD 2.9k
    Liteon DVD writer 2k
    Geforce 7600GT 10k
    17" CRT 6k
    Rest is up to you
     
  4. jz2linkinpark

    jz2linkinpark New Member

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    i agree with dr.varun, but for a real gaming rig, opt for nothing less than a 19" monitor, so increase your budget by a few thousand and get a 19" CRT...
     
  5. akshayt

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    Don't go over a 17" monitor, your budget is already pretty low to be frank, gaming without a 7900GT doesn't sound very good, 7600GT is the bare minimum.

    Intel C2D E6300
    MSI Neo F 965/Gigabyte 965 S3
    Seagate SATA II NCQ 7200.10 200-250GB
    Geforce 7900GT
    2 X 1GB DDR2 533 Transcend/Corsair(provided it is supported)
    Cooler Master 500/600
    Samsung 798MB Plus
     
  6. sam9s

    sam9s The High 5 Flyer

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    50000!!! Man if I had that choise......ok my config
    ...................................................................A very approxmite price
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6300..............................................9000
    Board : ASUS P5N32-SLI SE Deluxe...............................8000
    Ram : 2 GB Coirsair 667 Mhz ......................................10000
    Graphic Card : 2 XFX Geforce 7600 GT coupled in SLI mode.......22000
    Cabanet : Antec Super Lanboy....................................4500
    PS : Antec True power 500 W.....................................3000
    HDD : 2 160 GB SATAII segate coupled with RAID 0.........5000
    Monitor : Wont go for LCD, CRT 19' Inch.......................no idea
    Speakers : Altec Lansing 5.1 ......................................no idea
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    ............................................................................61500
    mmmmmm well missed by 10K but what the hell would this machine be.

    Now given more money I would definately change 6300 to 6700 and 7600GT to 7900GS..........................Dream Machine.
     
  7. akshayt

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    Rather than 2 7600GT I would get a single 1900xt for 24k+, or you can get a single 7900GT around 17k and oc it with better cooling.
     
  8. drvarunmehta

    drvarunmehta New Member

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    SLI'ing low end cards is just foolish. When you have a higher end card that will beat 2 lower end cards in SLI why not just take that? 2 cards are just going to use up a lot of power and give the same or lesser performance.
     
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    SLIing 7600GTs is not exactly foolish, 7600GT X 2 = 7900GT X 1
    2 X 7600GT > 7900GT X 1

    but again, 7900GT is an exceptional overclocker, 7600GT starts around 8.5k from Palit
     
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    SLI is meant to be an upgrade path. You buy a second graphics card later when you can afford it without throwing away your old one. You don't buy 2 outright when a better single card is available. Unless it's 2x 7900GTX / X1900XTX and above.
    Don't forget to count the extra cost of a SLI mobo, a SLI capable PSU and all the extra heat in your cabinet.
     
  11. sam9s

    sam9s The High 5 Flyer

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    Not necessarily 2 7600 GT easily beat one 7900 GT. Theoritically it doubles your FPS. 7900 touches 25K mark. where as we can get 2x7600 GT for around 16 17K. BUT yea I agree on power consumtion plus if we invest on 7900 GT we still have an upgrade option later when 7900 becomes really cheap. But with 2 7600 you have no upgrade option. And you would have 2 cards to wonder what to so with when 7 series becomes obsolete ie DX10 arrives. Finally are we not forgetting that we were suppose to build a "Dream Machine"...:)
     
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    7900GT is nowhere near the 25k mark. It costs about 18k.
     
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    It doesn't double the FPS, and there is no theory to this. In some games you get 70-9-% gain in others you may get just 30-50% gain.
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    Neither 7900GT nor 7600GT SLi are close to what I would call a dream machine, something which I really buy. To call it a dream machine I would atleast put in a 1900xt, at the very very least.
     
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    I never said that 7900GT is good enough for a dream machine, only that it's better than 2x7600GT. A dream machine is nothing less than Quad-SLI or 2x X1950XTX CF.
     
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    Well as I said it theoritically doubles. Attachment justify..
    Quake IV 1600x1200 7900GTX.........76.6 FPS
    Quake IV 1600x1200 2x7900GTX.......130 Very close to double

    Quake IV 1920x1440 7900GTX.........56.6 FPS
    Quake IV 1920x1440 2x7900GTX.......105 FPS More close to double.

    Yes I agree.......on some game you only get 30 to 50% gain which still is very appriciable however in lots of games you strightaway get double the FPS and that is speaking practically not even in theory.

    Also if we argue on Dream Machine......Simple.....go for Quad SLI with 7950GTX
     
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    How can you compare 2 different resolutions?
     
  17. sam9s

    sam9s The High 5 Flyer

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    Are you sure you are talking about 7900GT and not 7800GT, coz as far as I know 7800GT is around 17K and 7900GT definately croses 20K. May be I am wrong will confirm.
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    OOps that was a typo I edited it.....sorry.
     
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    It was in this month's Digit. The XFX 7900GT costs exactly Rs. 18,500. Probably will be a little lesser in Lamington road.
     
  19. vinyas

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    can u guys pls Recommed me Tall Cabbie ? ....i dont wany any transperency ... nor anything fancy .....simple Tall Cabbie with Good Room Space ....

    going to For Antec Neo 500
     
  20. sabret00the

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    the way i see it if u just 10k nw go for a 7600GT and 6months l8r when a 7600GT bcmz 6k go for another one and put it into the empty slot like u upgrade ur ram!!!
     
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