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HELP FOR CONFIGURATION

Discussion in 'PC Components / Configurations' started by ASH_DSG, Nov 16, 2005.

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  1. ASH_DSG

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    HI FRIENDS,
    I WANT TO UPGRADE MY PC SO I'LL BUY INTEL CELERON 2.4 GHZ. PROCESSOR AND I WANT TO KNOW WHICH CHIPSET MOTHERBOARD SHOULD I BUY WHETHER INTEL OR VIA OR ANYOTHER AND WHICH COMPANY'S MOTHERBOARD SHOULD I BUY I RESIDE IN DELHI SO PLEASE TELL ME THE RATES ALSO.
     
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    it really depends on what ur budget is and what ur going to use the computer for....what are ur other specs.
     
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    Hi Friend

    The best Mother board to go for is Intel or Asus,Both should be availiable in delhi.Check with the local computer hardware and stationary shop.
     
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    I'VE A BUDGET OF LESS THAN 8K INCLUDING 256 RAM AND CABINET SO PLEASE TELL ME WHICH SHOULD I BUY AND HOW MUCH.
     
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    well buddy it will b hard to get thse stuff for 8k but lets try.
    1-Celeron 2.53D GHz 533MHz, 256kb, 478Pin-3k
    2- D845GVSR-L-3.1k
    3-256MB ram-1k
    this is wat u shud go for i guess.

    lets c wat others hav to say...
     
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    better if u can buy a Pentium 4 2.66 ghz with Asus P5GL-MX motherboard
     
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    Resort to AMD solutions. Get hold of Asus k8v-mx (2.8k) and 64 bit semprons. s754 Sempron 2500+ cost about 2.5k. You can add the 256Mb Ram stick and select a cabinet of your choice and return home saving 1k. And all the components are readily available.
     
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    THANKS FRIENDS FOR UR OPINIONS IS THE AMD SAMPRON 64-BIT IS GREATER THAN INTEL CELRON PROCESSOR. I WANT TO PLAY THE NEW GAMES SO WHICH IS BETTER PLEASE SUGGEST FRIENDS.
     
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    yea ofcourse sempron is betta than celeron.yups i guess sempron is gonna perform better then celeron while playing games,but mind it dont expect this rig to play all the games in medium to high settings.
     
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    THANKS FOR SUGGESTION BUT I WANT TO PLAY GAMES AND WANT THE RIG UNDER 7K OF AGP SLOT MOBO SO WHICH SHOULD I BUY AMD OR INTEL AND FROM WHERE IN DELHI.
     
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    under 7k or over 7k in my opinion ,AMD sempron 2500+ is better than ne celeron.
    celeron r worse performin , less value fr money, n higher heatin issues.
     
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    Hai,

    You can go for intel P4 2.66 (4.5K), Intel Original 915GAV MB (4.5K) with PCI Express AGP slot.
     
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    @padikkal plz read the post properly before posting.his budget is less than 8k for processor,motherboard,ram,and cabinet.juz proc & mobo u hav suggested will coe around 9k.
     
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    Thanks guys for ur opinion my friend had a celeron 2.53 ghz d processor and ATI9100 chipset motherboard with agpslot and 256mb ddr ram is his configuration ok. I like it so should I try it or not please give suggestion.
     
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    You would have a tough time finding a motherboard with 9100IGP as they are phased out. Getting the sempron with k8v-mx is the best option. If you wanna game, increse your budget further and get a geforece 6200. Its that simple :)
     
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    and if u can increase ur budget y not go fr amd 64 2800+(939) with ati rs482 chipset. on board gpu ati x200 equivalent 2 a pci-e x300. both ll come around 10000. the motherboard ll b future proof fr some time. and budget wise it wont b very far frm celeron 2.53D + ati9100+ 6200
    and this ll b agp. certainly gettin outdated. wha say.
     
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    There is no s939 amd 64 2800+. Probably u meant 3000+ which along with MSI RS 482 would cost 11k.
     
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    sorry my mistake, i meant socket 754 2800+ with msi rs482 fr socket 754. this ll b cheaper around 10000.
     
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