Gaming Rig for 90k

Cpt. Price

Broken In
*1. What is the purpose of the computer? What all applications and games are you going to run? (Stupid answers like 'gaming' or 'office work' will not work. Be exact. Which games? Which applications? Avoid the word 'et cetera.')*
Ans: Gaming :) , Watching HD Movies and Surfing.

Games like- GTA 4, 5(maybe), Call Of Duty Series, Battlefield Series, Fifa Series, Crysis Series, FarCry 3, Metro Last Light, NFS Rivals, Metal Gear Rising :D , Watch_Dogs, Witcher 2 and mainly WITCHER 3 WILD HUNT :) :)


*2. What is your overall budget? If you can extend a bit for a more balanced configuration, then mention this too.*
Ans: 90k :) :) ~10k :D

*3. Planning to overclock?*
Ans: Maybe :)

*4. Which Operating System are you planning to use?*
Ans: Win 7/Win 8.1 Dual Boot

*5. How much hard drive space is needed?*
Ans: 1Tb is sufficient. SSD is must in this rig

*6. Do you want to buy a monitor? If yes, please mention which screen size and resolution do you want. If you already have a monitor and want to reuse it, again mention the size and resolution of monitor you have.*
Ans: 24" or 27"

*7. Which components you DON'T want to buy or which components you already have and plan on reusing?*
Ans: None :)

*8. When are you planning to buy the system?*
Ans: Feb 1st week

*9. Have you ever built a desktop before or will this be done by an assembler?*
Ans: Yes. This rig will be assembled by me ;)

*10. Where do you live? Are you buying locally? Are you open to buying stuff from online shops if you don't get locally?*
Ans: Bangalore

*11. Anything else which you would like to say?*
Ans: Please suggest the rig which can play all the above games on ultra :)
 

Akira

Augmented Nerd
i5 4670k - 16.1k
asus z87 pro -17k or asus gryphon - 14k
kingston hyperblu 8gb X 1 - 5k
r9 290 - 36k
wd black 1 tb- 5.5k
Samsung Series 840 128GB SSD @ 7.3K
asus odd -1k
seasonic m12 ii 750 - 8.1k(sufficient for overclocking)
corsair carbide 400r-5.5k
Dell S2440l Led - 12k

A little over 1 lakh, but you could go with 280x instead and add some decent coolers(only 650W PSU needed.)
 

ASHISH65

Technomancer
Make sure you get custom cooler version of R9 290 i.e Sapphire R9 290 Tri x :)

Cabinet option : Nzxt Phantom 410 White @ 6.2k :cool:

Mobo option : Gigabyte Z87-D3hp @ 11k
 
Overclockable rig:

i5 4570k (14800)
Asus Z87-K (12300)
CM Hyper 212 EVO (2700)
Kingston hyperX Blu 1600 MHz 4 GB x2 (4800)
WD Blue 1 TB (4100)
Samsung 840 EVO 120 GB (7500)
Zotac GTX 660 2 GB SLI (27000)
Corsair TX650v2 (6700)
CM 690 III with side panel (7700)
Dell S2440L (13600)

total: 101,200

Get single R9 280X to bring it within 90k.

non overclockable rig:

i5 4440 (12600)
Asus H87 ME (8800)
Kingston hyperX Blu 1600 MHz 4 GB x2 (4800)
WD Blue 1 TB (4100)
Samsung 840 120 GB (7500)
Zotac GTX 660 2 GB SLI (27000)
Corsair TX650v2 (6700)
CM 690 III with side panel (7700)
Dell S2440L (13600)

total: 92k
 

rock2702

Padawan
Recommend you to go for sapphire 290 trix oc and a single stick of 8gb ram so that you can add another one if needed.
 
OP
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Cpt. Price

Broken In
Thank you for all of your replies, i am very
thankful for all of your opinions! :)

there are a lot of sites that have benchmarked
the GTX 780/780ti and the R9 290/290X and
all in all they will all do what i need them to
do with not too much of a difference in
performance.
so a price tag on the 780ti is a little
too much.
so considering the price of the other 3 i just
really want the card that will be most relied
upon to not give any driver problems or any
other problems that can come up with a
graphics card.

is it true that Nvidia cards are better known
for there reliability than AMD cards?

so all in all i just want to have a GPU that i can
rely on for the next 2-3 years without a
problem.

RIG IS FOR WITCHER-3 :D :D :D :D
 

n3nimbus

Right off the assembly line
There is nothing wrong in getting a Xeon for gaming. It's more powerful than a equally priced i5.

Can be an issue when you go for resale during your next upgrade. Hardly any in the general public will for a Xeon considering its not meant for the masses. My suggestion to the op, go with the i5
 
OP
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Cpt. Price

Broken In
Ill stick with i7 then :)

Alrite here goes my choosen config(as of now :rolleyes: )

Intel Core i7 4770k

Asus z87 Gryphon / ?????

Corsair Vengeance 16gb (8gbx2)

Cooler Master Hyper 212evo / Deepcool Assassin

Western Digital Caviar Green 2Tb

Samsung 840 Pro 120gb Ssd

Asus Gtx 780 / Sapphire R9 290/290x Tri x / ?????

Seasonic M12II 750Watts

Asus Dvd Writer 24x

Cooler Master CM 690 III

Logitech G105

Logitech G400

Apc 1.1 kva ups

Dell St2420l 24" Ips Monitor

Now the total will be somewhere near 148k/152k

Have some savings in my account and will use it on GPU

IS THIS RIG OVERKILL FOR 1080P :screwy: :screwy: :confused: :confused:
 

ASHISH65

Technomancer
For HDD - Get Seagate 2TB or Wd red 2TB (wd provides better service support)

For Cabinet - Nzxt Phantom 410 white @ 6.2k

For Gpu - Sapphire R9 290 Tri x @ 36k

Ofcourse this is overkill for 1080p,but will not be overkill for future :wink:

there are a lot of sites that have benchmarked
the GTX 780/780ti and the R9 290/290X and
all in all they will all do what i need them to
do with not too much of a difference in
performance.
so a price tag on the 780ti is a little
too much.
so considering the price of the other 3 i just
really want the card that will be most relied
upon to not give any driver problems or any
other problems that can come up with a
graphics card.

is it true that Nvidia cards are better known
for there reliability than AMD cards?

There is no problem with amd gpu,both nvidia and amd make top quality products,Amd drivers have improved a lot now.

R9 290 is great for price,it performs slight behind then r9 290x/780ti for almost 10-12k less price :)
 
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Cpt. Price

Broken In
For HDD - Get Seagate 2TB or Wd red 2TB (wd provides better service support)

For Cabinet - Nzxt Phantom 410 white @ 6.2k

For Gpu - Sapphire R9 290 Tri x @ 36k

Ofcourse this is overkill for 1080p,but will not be overkill for future :wink:



There is no problem with amd gpu,both nvidia and amd make top quality products,Amd drivers have improved a lot now.

R9 290 is great for price,it performs slight behind then r9 290x/780ti for almost 10-12k less price :)

What is the difference b/w WD Red, Blue, Green and Black?? :D :confused:

Will that cabinet provide better air flow than the CM 690 III??

:agreed: for gpu :)
 
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