Hi, I bought a lenovo G50-45 laptop (AMD A8 6410) recently. After purchasing I found that it has 4 GB ram but with 800 mhz frequency only. I want to use 8gb ram now. Please suggest if I buy one more 4gb ram with 800 mhz or a single stick 8gb ram with 1600 mhz. Which gonna be faster and better? I know my motherboard supports upto 1833 mhz ram.
i am interested in buying a backlit keyboard mouse combo for my pc within Rs 3000-initially i thought of going for CM devastator bundle as its the only one that's available within the aforesaid price range but then I came across Dragon War X Q2 combo keyboard that's available for around Rs 2400 and looks more promising than the devastator bundle in terms of features and performance(Dragon War X Q2 Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo USB Standard Keyboard - Dragon War : Flipkart.com)
But i'm still hesitant to buy it as i've never heard of this particular brand and i don't know how reliable their products really are,although the reviews of this combo seem very positive from what i've seen on flipkart till date.Does anyone have any experience of using dragon war keyboards?Will buying this combo be a good idea?Please advice-i intend to purchase it within a day or two.
^ok but i've been told that the mouse that comes with the devastator combo isn't very durable and tends to malfunction after it has been subjected to heavy usage-have you faced any issues with your mouse yet?
And btw is Dragon wars an Indian or an international brand?
|Processor||Intel Core i3 4150||7,500|
|Memory||Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB 1600MHz||3,800|
|Graphics Card||Inno3d GTX750Ti 2GB DDR5||10,000|
|Power Supply||Antec VP450P||2,500|
|Cabinet||Zebronics SPY II||1,000|
|Internal Storage||Hitachi 1 TB 7200 RPM HDD||3,500|
|Monitor||Dell E1914H 18.5" LED Monitor||5,200|
|Keyboard||Logitech MK200 Keyboard & Mouse Combo||800|
|Mouse||included in combo||0|
I got a budget of Rs. 2,80,000. Need to build as bad ass a gaming rig as possible. Already have a cabinet (CM Stryker) and monitor. Does DDR4 have any significant advantage over DDR3? Would prefer to make it future proof.