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New budget pc. Rs 32k. Suggestions and advices needed plz.

Chaitanya

Cyborg Agent
Obviously no....
Your i3 is enough to handle HD6850 kind things....


So you have finally a greadt budget rig. :-D
 

ico

Super Moderator
Staff member
There is not bottleneck even if you put HD 7970 / GTX 680 with Core i3-2100.
 
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The Sorrow

New to this forum
Hey guys i'll try my best to grab a 7770 hd but by chance if i can't go for 7770 hd then which one should i go for instead of that? 6770 or 7750? Which one is more future proof? Should i save for 7770 anyway? Thanks!
 

Chaitanya

Cyborg Agent
Save for 7770..


6770 has good performance for ~7k but high power consumption..
7750 is about 6770 in performance but costlier.
 
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The Sorrow

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Ok guys, so we are done with the rig. From where should i buy? I live in hyderabad. I know about CTC, went there couple of times but sellers there don't care much about their customers. Does anyone personally know a trustworthy supplier? Flipkart is quoting 200-300 more than the actual rate on each product. If i buy from flipkart then i'll be spending 3k more.:(
 
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The Sorrow

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Excluding the usb3 and sata 3 features, Is gigabyte ga-b75m-d3h better for gaming?

What's the difference between h61 and b75 chipsets? Nothing? Then why they are h61 and b75?
 

cacklebolt

Ambassador of Buzz
and would anyone suggest the amd a6-3650 apu???heard its better at gaming and other grafic intensive activities than i3 2100...
and at the same price of i3,u get two extra cores..
nooby question..
 

reniarahim1

Youngling
B75 offers native usb 3.0 support, Sata 3, Pci Express 3.0, but to take advantage of the PCI Xpress3.0 an Ivy Bridge processor needs to be installed.

B75 has CPU overclocking while H61 does not. H61 was designed for Sandy bridge processors , but through BIOS support Ivy Bridge support is enabled.
 

havoknation

Journeyman
Ok, thanks alot guys for helping me out with the rig.
Finalized the rig.
1) Intel core i3 2120 -7k
2) Gigabyte GA-H61M-D2H - 3.3k
3) G.Skill RipJawsX 4GB DDR3 1333Mhz RAM - 1.5k
4) 500GB @ 7200rpm SATA 2 Hard Disk capacity - 3.9k
5) Cosair CX430 V2 430Watts PSU - 2.7k
6) Cooler Master Elite 311 ATX - 2k
7) Any Mouse & KeyBoard. - 0.6k
8) Any Optical Drive(DVD Writer) - 1.2k
9) Samsung 20'inch HD led 6.9k
10) Any 2.1 Speakers 1.5k
11) Any UPS 2.1k
Total 29k-33k(stated max possible prices above)

A gigabyte 1GB 7770 HD later.
Anymore suggestions?
Is their any better possible rig of AMD within 33k(total with all 11 parts)? Thanks!

Hey You have selected an awesome config except HDD. Nowadays seagate 500gb will cost you 3.8k but you can get 1tb seagate 7200.14 sata3 64mb cache hdd for 5k.
 
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The Sorrow

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hey guys, i'm confused. Does a psu blows air inside the case or outside the case? Lol i'm worried. Will it blow all hot air inside the cabinet or will it blow all hot air though it to outside? I'll be using cm elite 310 atx.
 

ico

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havoknation

Journeyman
hey guys, i'm confused. Does a psu blows air inside the case or outside the case? Lol i'm worried. Will it blow all hot air inside the cabinet or will it blow all hot air though it to outside? I'll be using cm elite 310 atx.

PSU fan is intake and if you see at the back of PSU, it has holes which serve as exhaust. So always put PSU at bottom of case if room is there so that it will take fresh air from below the cabinet to cool its capacitors.
 

powerpc

Broken In
I too had the same doubt. Based on the suggestions from various forums, I decided have it blow the air out- to the bottom. I think it makes sense, we wouldnt want to blow the hot air to the motherboard.
 
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The Sorrow

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CM Elite 310 atx comes with 1 fan.. Is everything ok regarding cool temp? Or Will i need 1 more fan? Just want to confirm.
 
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