PC Suggested Configs

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Budget -42K (Intel Gaming RIG)

Processor -Intel Core i3 9100F -6.2k
Motherboard -Asus Prime H310M -4.4k
RAM -ADATA XPG D30 8GB 2666Mhz -2.9k
GPU -Zotac GTX 1650 4GB -10.9
SSD -ADATA Ultimate SU630 240GB -2.2k
PSU -Cooler Master MWE 450w -2.5k
Cabinet -Antec VSK 4000B -2.2k
Monitor -BenQ GW2283 22" LED IPS -7.2k (vedantcomputers)
KB Combo -Logitech MK200 -.8k
UPS - APC 600VA UPS -2.4k (Amazon.in)

Total -41.7k

All above prices are taken from mdcomputers except specified above.
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Budget -48K (Intel Gaming RIG)

Processor -Intel Core i5 9100F -11.5k
Motherboard -Asus Prime H310M-K -4.7k
RAM -ADATA XPG D30 8GB 3200Mhz -2.9k
GPU -Zotac GTX 1650 4GB -10.9
SSD -ADATA Ultimate SU630 240GB -2.2k
PSU -Cooler Master MWE 450w -2.5k
Cabinet -Antec VSK 4000B -2.2k
Monitor -BenQ GW2283 22" LED IPS -7.2k (vedantcomputers)
KB Combo -Logitech MK200 -.8k
UPS - APC 600VA UPS -2.4k (Amazon.in)

Total -47.3k

All above prices are taken from mdcomputers except specified above.
 

Skyh3ck

Cyborg Agent
please update the first post with new config in 20k, 30k , 40k etc budget also with and without graphic card
 

Skyh3ck

Cyborg Agent
on the very first post, some formatting is needed, also need update thanks, i hope i am not asking for too much
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Budget -69.6k (AMD Gaming Rig) GTX 1650 Super DDDR6

Processor -AMD Ryzen 5 3500 -10.3k
Motherboard -Asrock B450 Pro 4 -7k
RAM -ADATA XPG Gammix D30 16GB(8GBx2) 3200Mhz -6.3k
SSD -Crucial P1 1TB NVME SSD -9.5k
Power Supply -Antec NE600G Zen Neo Eco Gold -5.5k
GPU -Zotac Gaming GTX 1650 Super DDR6 -13.5k
Monitor -BenQ GW2283 22inch LED IPS -7.7k
Cabinet -Antec GX202 Blue -3k
KB & Mouse -Cooler Master Masterkeys LITE L -3.9k
UPS - APC 600 VA -2.9k

Total -69.6K

All above prices are taken from vedantcomputers, Kolkata since they dont charge payment gateway charges and offers free shipping to all parts of India.
 
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whitestar_999

Super Moderator
Staff member
SSD - ADATA Ultimate SU630 480GB SATAIII SSD -5.3k
PSU -Cooler Master MWE 550 V2 -4.1k
Cabinet -Antec DF500 RGB -4k
not good ssd. kingston A400 is better or the crucial MX500 which is the best option with just a bit costlier price.
not good psu. Corsair CX550 should be the minimum.
That cabinet doesn't seem to have good thermal performance,not an issue for cold places but may prove problematic in hot regions.
 

ico

Super Moderator
Staff member
Half-decent tbh. I'd recommend it to people thinking "it's good enough and not as bad as Dell/HP".
 

quicky008

Technomancer
i have an ageing i5 4460 in one of my pcs.This computer is occasionally used for gaming but due to its slower cpu,falters while trying to run cpu-heavy games like Assassins creed origins etc.

I wanted to upgrade it to a more powerful haswell i7 like 4770 etc but they seem too costly at the moment(even the used ones) and are also known to generate a lot of heat.

Recently i observed that i3 9100f has reduced in price to just around 6.1 k-this appears to be a decent cpu but has only 4 cores/threads.H310 mobos for this platform are quite cheap as well.

Is it worth buying now as a replacement for my i5 4460?
 
i have an ageing i5 4460 in one of my pcs.This computer is occasionally used for gaming but due to its slower cpu,falters while trying to run cpu-heavy games like Assassins creed origins etc.

I wanted to upgrade it to a more powerful haswell i7 like 4770 etc but they seem too costly at the moment(even the used ones) and are also known to generate a lot of heat.

Recently i observed that i3 9100f has reduced in price to just around 6.1 k-this appears to be a decent cpu but has only 4 cores/threads.H310 mobos for this platform are quite cheap as well.

Is it worth buying now as a replacement for my i5 4460?
IMO save money & upgrade complete rig. If you can't upgrade as a whole, upgrade part by part, say CPU+mobo+RAM first, then GPU+PSU. What's your current GPU, PSU, storage & cabinet?

An i3 9100F might be 15-20% or so better, that's it. Will help boost the fps a bit, but with next gen consoles having 8 core CPU, game requirements will likely increase a bit drastically next year for big games.
 

quicky008

Technomancer
IMO save money & upgrade complete rig. If you can't upgrade as a whole, upgrade part by part, say CPU+mobo+RAM first, then GPU+PSU. What's your current GPU, PSU, storage & cabinet?

An i3 9100F might be 15-20% or so better, that's it. Will help boost the fps a bit, but with next gen consoles having 8 core CPU, game requirements will likely increase a bit drastically next year for big games.

Gpu:1060 6gb,psu: Txm 550,2tb+1tb hdd,cabinet:Spec 01

I was getting an used i5 8400 a few weeks back but its owner was demanding over 10k for it,so couldn't go ahead with that deal.I think it would have been a lot better than the 9100f.

Any ideas as to when 10100f might be released.The 10100 currently sells for 10k,the 10100f might be even cheaper?

@Nerevarine: Which 6c ryzen would be better?ryzen 3500? I've heard that older 2nd/1st gen ryzens dont work too well in cpu-intensive games and cause microstuttering.
 

Nerevarine

Incarnate
I think 1600AF is better than any i3. You might lose a few fps in old games but most modern games will fully utilize 6cores.
I have old AMD 1600 but I dont see any microstuttering, but there is a lot of room for improvement as its very old CPU now and I run at 1440p/4k.
If you can wait a few more months, 4th gen ryzen will come, so you can get that as well.
 
Gpu:1060 6gb,psu: Txm 550,2tb+1tb hdd,cabinet:Spec 01

I was getting an used i5 8400 a few weeks back but its owner was demanding over 10k for it,so couldn't go ahead with that deal.I think it would have been a lot better than the 9100f.

Any ideas as to when 10100f might be released.The 10100 currently sells for 10k,the 10100f might be even cheaper?

@Nerevarine: Which 6c ryzen would be better?ryzen 3500? I've heard that older 2nd/1st gen ryzens dont work too well in cpu-intensive games and cause microstuttering.
Am I correct in assuming that you don't have an SSD? Get that first.

For the rest, my suggestion stays with save money & upgrade CPU+mobo+RAM later, something like R5 4600 + B550 + 2x8GB maybe, some time next year. GTX 1060 is still good enough for 1080p med-high 60fps in most games.

Something to prove my point that investing in an i3 9100F ain't worth it:
 
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