Need suggestion for a gaming rig under the budget 85K

ashi221

Right off the assembly line
http://www.costtocost.in/list/pricelist.pdf‎1. What is the purpose of the computer and what kind of applications and games will be run?
Ans: Mostly for gaming ( Crysis3, Watch_Dogs, Max Payne 3, FIFA 14 and upcoming games in next 4-5 years), Some official works in visual studio and HD movies.

2. Overall budget:
Ans: My budget is around 85K.

3. Planning to OC?
Ans: I don't want to OC my CPU but I'm looking for a "factory Overclocked" GPU.

4. Which OS am I gonna use?
Ans: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit or Window 8.1

5. How much Hard Drive space is needed?
Ans: Atleast 1 TB.

6. Need to buy a monitor?
Ans: Yes. 27''monitor. Main priority is the resolution. it should be 1920X1080 Full HD and response time should also be minimum. Also monitor should support HDMI and DVI so that I can plug it with XBOX

7. Components that I already have:
Ans: Mouse, Keyboard and Headphones.

8. When am I gonna buy the System?
Ans: May last week or June first week from Nehru Place.

9. Have you ever built a desktop before or will this be done by an assembler?
Ans: I've never build a PC before.This will be assembled by an assembler.

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: I'm in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad.I am buying all parts from Nehru Place Delhi (Except monitor- if I get good deal from online shop)

11. Anything else?
Ans:I am not sure about the processor. Should I opt the FX8350 or i5 4670K?


I have shortlisted the following components

Intel core i5 4670K
Asrock z-87 Extream 4
Zotac Nvidia 760 2GB DDR5
PSU - I have no idea
RAM Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB 1600 MHZ
Any optical drive
full HD monitor - I have no idea
Cabinet- CORRSAIR TX-60
SSD 120 GB Samsung
HD- WD 1 TB Blue

AMD FX 8350
Motherboard - I have no idea
Cooler master Hyper 212 EVO (Please suggest alternative)
r9 280x Dual- X OC graphics card
PSU - I have no idea
RAM Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB 1600 MHZ
Any optical drive
full HD monitor - I have no idea
Cabinet- CORRSAIR TX-60
SSD 120 GB Samsung
HD- WD 1 TB Blue
 
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nomad47

Cyborg Agent
Intel core i5 4570
Gigabyte B85M D3H
Corsair Vengeance 4 GB 1600 MHz
Western Digital 1 TB Blue
Seasonic S12 II Bronze 620 W PSU
Sapphire r9 290 tri x
NZXT Phantom 410
AOC E2795VH 27 INCH LED BACKLIT LCD MONITOR

If budget permits another stick of 4GB RAM
 
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bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Intel Core i5 4570 -14000,

Gigabyte B85M-D3H -5500,

Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X -35000,

Corsair GS600 -4600,

Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB 1600 MHZ -5600,

Asus 24B5ST DVD-RW -1100,

Dell S2240L LED IPS 22" -8200,

Corsair Carbide SPEC-01 -3600,

Samsung 840 EVO 120GB -6500,

WD Caviar Blue 1TB -4000.

TOTAL -88,100.
 
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ashi221

Right off the assembly line
Should I get assemble the complete CPU for now and wait for a decent 27 inch monitor? I heard Benq and ASUS will launch good resolution monitor (2560x1600) in Q3 or Q4 this year.

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There is not much in price difference of i5 4570 and i5 4670.
 

abhifusion

Broken In
PSU Seasonic S12 II Bronze suggested by nomad47 is better compared to GS 600 ...

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Should I get assemble the complete CPU for now and wait for a decent 27 inch monitor? I heard Benq and ASUS will launch good resolution monitor (2560x1600) in Q3 or Q4 this year.

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There is not much in price difference of i5 4570 and i5 4670.

4k non-IPS panels are coming in the market abroad for around 700$ (Example: Samsung UD590) ... But dunno when it'll launch here ...
 

ithehappy

Human Spambot
He's gonna play at 1080p, and if he isn't gonna change the same in next couple of years then 290X will be an overkill for that resolution!
Instead go for a lower card and get an i7, something like a 4770k!

This comment can be disregarded if OP wants to take advantage of above 60 FPS, however that'd need a 120 GHz monitor needless to say.
 
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nomad47

Cyborg Agent
Should I get assemble the complete CPU for now and wait for a decent 27 inch monitor? I heard Benq and ASUS will launch good resolution monitor (2560x1600) in Q3 or Q4 this year.

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There is not much in price difference of i5 4570 and i5 4670.

If pricing is as per Cilus suggested no use in going for that. The AOC monitor is pretty good as per reviews.

And about 4570 and 4670 i suggested the 4570 to save some bucks. If budget permits you can go for it.
 

rijinpk1

Aspiring Novelist
He's gonna play at 1080p, and if he isn't gonna change the same in next couple of years then 290X will be an overkill for that resolution!
Instead go for a lower card and get an i7, something like a 4770k!

This comment can be disregarded if OP wants to take advantage of above 60 FPS, however that'd need a 120 GHz monitor needless to say.

see the benchmarks here http://www.lanoc.org/review/video-cards/6834-sapphire-dual-x-r9-280-oc?showall=&start=6. 280x is already struggling to make 60 fps in games like tombraider ,sleeping dogs etc. 290 is definitely is not an overkill for 1080p if you consider future games provided you enjoy the game in ultra every settings cramped up so that you can enjoy the games in full glory. who doesn't want unto if some one has enough budget??
 

nomad47

Cyborg Agent
He's gonna play at 1080p, and if he isn't gonna change the same in next couple of years then 290X will be an overkill for that resolution!
Instead go for a lower card and get an i7, something like a 4770k!

This comment can be disregarded if OP wants to take advantage of above 60 FPS, however that'd need a 120 GHz monitor needless to say.


However he wants to be safe for another 4-5 years. I doubt 280x will last that long. 290 may be still good in moderate to low settings in that timeframe IMHO.

And he does not want to OC, so no use of K series processor.
 

ithehappy

Human Spambot
Oh yeah okay then. Disregard my comment.

Didn't know 280 was not able to handle those games at 1080p, jeez!

However if I remember right I played Sleeping Dogs at max graphic settings last year, frames were averaging at 50, however it was played at 1050p!
 
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ashi221

Right off the assembly line
If pricing is as per Cilus suggested no use in going for that. The AOC monitor is pretty good as per reviews.

And about 4570 and 4670 i suggested the 4570 to save some bucks. If budget permits you can go for it.

Price of FX8350 and i5 4570 is also same so performance wise which processor is better?
 

rijinpk1

Aspiring Novelist
If pricing is as per Cilus suggested no use in going for that. The AOC monitor is pretty good as per reviews.



Price of FX8350 and i5 4570 is also same so performance wise which processor is better?

for gaming, i5 has an advantage over fx 8350. for heavily multithreaded apps, fx 8350 wins against an i5.
 
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ashi221

Right off the assembly line
But Seasonic S12 II Bronze 620 W is not easily available in Nehru Place. Can you please suggest some other good PSU ? What about the CORRSAIR TX-650 SMPS?
 

deathblade

death,destruction and dev
Then go for the tx650V2 SMPS which is newer than the tx650. This is better than the seasonic one but costs more
 

rijinpk1

Aspiring Novelist
But Seasonic S12 II Bronze 620 W is not easily available in Nehru Place. Can you please suggest some other good PSU ? What about the CORRSAIR TX-650 SMPS?

tx 650 v2 is really good. you can go ahead with it. remember a newer tx 650m is already in the market which is of inferior quality than that of the tx 650 v2.
 
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