PC config for around 45000/-

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    guys i need a good config for around 45000/- fror gaming and graphic purpose
     
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    Intel E6300 Rs. 9,500
    Asus P5LD2-VMSE Rs. 4,900
    1 GB DDR667 MHz Rs. 5,000
    Forsa Geforce 7600GS Rs. 6,700
    Seagate 120GB SATA Rs. 3,000
    Liteon DVD-writer Rs. 2,000
    Cabinet+400W PS Rs. 2,200
    Logitech kbd+mouse Rs. 1,000
    Creative SBS370 2.1 Rs. 1,200
    Samsung 17" LCD 740N Rs. 10,000

    Total Rs. 45,500
     
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    thanks for the help but could i get a bit more powerfull choice of pc within 45000/-
     
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    E6300 is really powerful bro.... thought it might run @ 1.86 .. its a REAL POWERHOUSE trust me
     
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    Thanks vinyas are the components future proof and could i get more detailed specification about motherboard ,processor (i.e GHz),graphic card,Ram could DDR2 Be supported
     
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    Motherboard is based on 965 chipset and has PCI-Express, SATA 2, Gigabit LAN, DDR2 RAM support etc.
    Processor runs @1.86 GHz and has 2 MB L2 cache.
     
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    If gaming is your prime domain then you are not spending your money wisely enough
     
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    Pls give the best config man so i would spend my limited money i just want a config which could be upgraded in future 4 the up coming OSes,games & designing softwazes as i am an asspiring car designer
    But i dont want to compuncate with many money neihter with PC
     
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    You can either choose the best for gaming in the budget or the best for everything else.
    Case 1:
    Best possible gaming in budget
    Decent things other than that

    Case 2:
    Very very average gaming
    Better things other than that
     
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    Ok Akshayt i accept ur case1 best 4 gaming & THANKS
     
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    Get the fonfig suggested by drvarunmehta but with some changes.
    Dun go that LCD disp. Get a 17"CRT nd add those xtra amount in the GFX nd make it a 7600GT@11k. Get a 250GB seagate sata2@4k.
    Speaker is of ur choice.
     
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    thanks but i can spare 9000 on the graphic card please give me the best graphic card available in the price limit
     
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    I will configure a PC with priority to current games only. OK?

    AMD 64 3200 AM2 - 4000+
    Once you overclock it, it will more or less be fine for most games provided the GPU is good enough. To reduce the price further you can get 3000 instead, however I don't recommend that. In fact if you want you can get 3500 as well.

    Don't buy Asus M2N E - Will need to research the right mobo out


    Seagate 200/250GB SATA II NCQ - 3.5-4k
    If you want to reduce costs you can choose 160GB instead.

    2 X 1GB/512mb DDR2 667 Corsair(d9 chips) or Transcend - 8500 and up
    Check compatibility with mobo before buying

    Drives
    DVD RW + Combo + FDD or any other thing you need

    Generic Cabinet worth Rs.1000+- with succifient ventilation

    Cooler Master 430/450 or Powersafe 450/500 watts
    Depends upon price and requirement, will decide it later, but let it be up to 2-3k here

    Samsung 798MB Plus 17" true flat - 6-7k
    17" TFT is not in your budget. That would be a big compromise on CPU, GPU and RAM and there is no point wasting money there.

    Microsoft Comfort 3000 or the newer model - around 800
    or Logitech MX 518 - almost 3k

    Microsoft Internet/Multimedia KB - aroudn 400+

    Microtek 800VA UPS - 2000+ or APC 800va - 3k+

    Altec Lansing 2.1 - 1.5k

    GPU
    1)Geforce 7900GT - 17k
    2)Geforce 7900GS - 15k
    3)Geforce 7600GT - 10k or X1800GTO
     
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    Thanx akashayt
    I would prefer a pentium proccesor atleast 3GHz or more
    mobo which supports dual core, DDR & DDR2 RAM ,sata & sata2 ,PCIe 16x,good onboard sound so that even if had to upgrade later i have no problem
    So give me a config which supports all the above things
     
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    @cooldude
    hi buddy..Athlon X2 would be hell better that even the most powerful PentiumD ie the 3.4Ghz one.
    The only choice of Gcard in that range ie 9k is 7600GS[7k]. If u can extent it to atleast 1.5k u can get the 7600GT which is hell better than a GS. Or for 12.5k u can get an ATI X1800GTO which is lil better than the 7600GT.
    Either u go for a conroe or an x2. But never get a pentium D, ya its the cheapest dual core, but defenitely not worth it. Get the lowest X2 3800+ as the E6300 is not widely available now.
     
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    "ya its the cheapest dual core, but defenitely not worth it"

    wat do u mean buy this ?? ... u mean to say E6300 is not good ? u must be kiddin
     
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    "ya its the cheapest dual core, but defenitely not worth it"
    i was mentionin bout the pentium D. Its really cheap dual cores compared to X2 nd core2 duos.
     
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