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Please guys suggest me a good gaming pc under rs 70000

rijinpk1

Aspiring Novelist
[MENTION=154031]nomad47[/MENTION] uses 290 on a phantom 410. 530 is new in this segment and is a full tower case compared to mid tower 410. my pick will be 530 among those two.
 

nomad47

Cyborg Agent
In the phantom 410 you will have to remove a HDD cage to install the 290. Removal is really easy as the cage is modular. In the 530 there is no need for removal of the HDD cage. However 410 comes with 3 fans and also there is a side panel fan slot along with others. The 530 comes with 2 fans. You can't go wrong with either of it. Choose whichever design you like best. And the phantom 410 price has shot up above 7k.
SO it is not really cost effective.
 
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cydialover1

Broken In
guys what do you think about this setup ??
its more future proof but really above my budget :(

Processor: Intel 4770k
MotherBoard: MSI Z97 PC Mate 32GB DDR3
Ram: Corsair Vengeance (8x1) GB DDR3 RAM 1600 MHz
Storage: 1TB WD Blue
Graphics card: Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X 4 GB
Power Supply: Seasonic 650
Cabinet: NZXT Phatom 410
 

rijinpk1

Aspiring Novelist
why 4770k?? instead of phantom 410(since the price is around 7k), you can consider corsair 400r.
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
guys what do you think about this setup ??
its more future proof but really above my budget :(

Processor: Intel 4770k
MotherBoard: MSI Z97 PC Mate 32GB DDR3
Ram: Corsair Vengeance (8x1) GB DDR3 RAM 1600 MHz
Storage: 1TB WD Blue
Graphics card: Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X 4 GB
Power Supply: Seasonic 650
Cabinet: NZXT Phatom 410

Just go with this:

Processor: Intel Xeon E3 1230 v3 -17600,
MotherBoard: MSI B85-G41 PC Mate -6200,
Ram: Corsair Vengeance (2x4GB) 8GB 1600 MHz -5600,
Storage: 1TB WD Caviar Blue -3800,
Graphics card: Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X 4GB -32000,
Power Supply: Corsair CX600 -4200,
Cabinet: Corsair Carbide SPEC-01 -3600.
TOTAL -73,000.
 
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cydialover1

Broken In
why 4770k?? instead of phantom 410(since the price is around 7k), you can consider corsair 400r.
i saw on youtube
watch dogs and xeon 1230v3 FPs test at Ultra settings and it was 30-60
and for
i5 4670k OC it was at 60-110 :O
(gets me really confused about a perfect CPU) :(

and
the design matters to me im willing to pay 2000 more for a batter design
Just go with this:

Processor: Intel Xeon E3 1230 v3 -17600,
MotherBoard: MSI B85-G41 PC Mate -6200,
Ram: Corsair Vengeance (2x4GB) 8GB 1600 MHz -5600,
Storage: 1TB WD Caviar Blue -3800,
Graphics card: Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X 4GB -32000,
Power Supply: Corsair CX600 -4200,
Cabinet: Corsair Carbide SPEC-01 -3600.
TOTAL -73,000.

i have to get the 9 series mobo so that in future i could easily replace it with broadwell
 

nomad47

Cyborg Agent
i saw on youtube
watch dogs and xeon 1230v3 FPs test at Ultra settings and it was 30-60
and for
i5 4670k OC it was at 60-110 :O
(gets me really confused about a perfect CPU) :(

and
the design matters to me im willing to pay 2000 more for a batter design


i have to get the 9 series mobo so that in future i could easily replace it with broadwell

Do not compromise on the GPU. Get the tri x at any cost
 
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cydialover1

Broken In
why 4770k?? instead of phantom 410(since the price is around 7k), you can consider corsair 400r.

with same gpu?

no different GPU

for eg check this
m.youtube.com/watch?v=5gvdDMqWZ6k

m.youtube.com/watch?v=4SmuuWqltkQ

i dont wanna regret later for choosing a wrong CPU :(

sorry for dumb question

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Do not compromise on the GPU. Get the tri x at any cost

yup im still stuck with the R9 290 :)
only the CpU in getting confused

i hope the r9 290 wont require any kind of air or water cooling system
 

rijinpk1

Aspiring Novelist
no different GPU

for eg check this
m.youtube.com/watch?v=5gvdDMqWZ6k

m.youtube.com/watch?v=4SmuuWqltkQ

i dont wanna regret later for choosing a wrong CPU :(

sorry for dumb question

how can you expect similar performance with different gpus? post the links of 4670k and xeon e3 1230v3 with watchdogs where yo saw the fps difference . xeon e3 1230v3 is a capable cpu.

i hope the r9 290 wont require any kind of air or water cooling system

tri x itself is a good cooler.
 

nomad47

Cyborg Agent
yup im still stuck with the R9 290 :)
only the CpU in getting confused

i hope the r9 290 wont require any kind of air or water cooling system

The tri x cooler is mounted on a reference r9 290. AMD has designed the 290 series to withstand temperature in the range of 90 degrees. And the tri x cooler is really good. The card does not reach 90. So don't worry about cooling
 
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cydialover1

Broken In
how can you expect similar performance with different gpus? post the links of 4670k and xeon e3 1230v3 with watchdogs where yo saw the fps difference . xeon e3 1230v3 is a capable cpu.



tri x itself is a good cooler.

so i should get the Xeon 1230v3 instead of 4770k
can yu suggest me a good H97 mobo??
 
Okay, let me try to make this clear to OP one last time:

> If you aren't overclocking, you don't need a K processor.

> If you aren't overclocking, you don't need a Z series chipset motherboard.

> Xeon E3 1230 v3 is just an i7 4770 without the igp.

> Xeon E3 1230 v3 costs 17.6k.

> i7 4770 costs ~20k and i7 4770k costs 24k.
 

ico

Super Moderator
Staff member
What's with this latest trend of buying a Xeon E3 for desktops? Hate the Integrated Graphics too much?

The reason why Xeon E3 has no IGP is, because you put it in servers and usually you don't need a screen.

Better get i7-4770 + H87 or i7-4770K + Z87/Z97. What will you do during the period your discrete GPU goes bad? Spend Rs. 3000 more on a back-up GPU?

You could have just helped me like others instead of being a smartass
Don't get me wrong, as a moderator I don't appreciate the post on the previous page which harshil made. Was a bit too harsh.

But please understand and read what people are telling you.

It makes no sense to buy a Z series motherboard with a processor that can't be overclocked. Buying Z87/Z97 with XEON E3 and i7-4770 makes NO SENSE. IT IS WASTE OF MONEY.

If you want to buy Z87/Z97 motherboard, buy i7-4770K. NOTHING ELSE.

If you want to buy XEON E3 or i7-4770, buy H87/H97/B85 motherboard. NOTHING ELSE.

Believe me, I'm trying to help you. Not shout at you.

Just buy i7-4770K and any Z87/Z97 motherboard. Be done with it. You have the budget.

Or else buy i7-4770 with H87.
 
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cydialover1

Broken In
First of all thank you all for helping me
It gets a lot confusing for me

first of all i need a mobo that will support new broadwell chip and/or crossfire

and i got both these features in that Msi Z97 mobo

that made me switch to i7 4770k as after all it was a overclockable mobo so a OClockable CPU for that

and the price difference bettwen
Xeon and i7 chip is 3000 so if im already getting that overclockable Mobo shouldnt i get the OC CPU ?

there is no need to get a K series cpu if you dont overclock. it will be a waste to pair it with a non z87/z97 chipset based motherboards.

Buy Online ASUS H97-PRO Socket 1150 Motherboards in India

This one costs more then the MSI Z97

Okay, let me try to make this clear to OP one last time:

> If you aren't overclocking, you don't need a K processor.

> If you aren't overclocking, you don't need a Z series chipset motherboard.

> Xeon E3 1230 v3 is just an i7 4770 without the igp.

> Xeon E3 1230 v3 costs 17.6k.

> i7 4770 costs ~20k and i7 4770k costs 24k.

What's with this latest trend of buying a Xeon E3 for desktops? Hate the Integrated Graphics too much?

The reason why Xeon E3 has no IGP is, because you put it in servers and usually you don't need a screen.

Better get i7-4770 + H87 or i7-4770K + Z87/Z97. What will you do during the period your discrete GPU goes bad? Spend Rs. 3000 more on a back-up GPU?


Don't get me wrong, as a moderator I don't appreciate the post on the previous page which harshil made. Was a bit too harsh.

But please understand and read what people are telling you.

It makes no sense to buy a Z series motherboard with a processor that can't be overclocked. Buying Z87/Z97 with XEON E3 and i7-4770 makes NO SENSE. IT IS WASTE OF MONEY.

If you want to buy Z87/Z97 motherboard, buy i7-4770K. NOTHING ELSE.

If you want to buy XEON E3 or i7-4770, buy H87/H97/B85 motherboard. NOTHING ELSE.

Believe me, I'm trying to help you. Not shout at you.

Just buy i7-4770K and any Z87/Z97 motherboard. Be done with it. You have the budget.

Or else buy i7-4770 with H87.

is the difference between
i5 4670 and Xeon 1230v3 that much different when running A game like watch dogs that uses 8 core ??


Again i want this PC for only Gaming and if OVerclocking gets me better performance the so be it i will overclock too and purchase a i5 4670K

or if the Xeon 1230v3 is better then Overclocking i5 4670k for games like watch dogs that use 8 core
the ill go with the xeon
 

teja8

Broken In
the effect of a CPU in a game is 20% compared to that of a GPU which effects the game FPS by 80%. This is a rough approximation.
So, u spend 4000rs xtra for a cpu u will see an improvement of 3-5 FPS whereas invest the same thing in a GPU it wil be 10-15 FPS.
SO IS IT WORTH IT TO BUY A COSTLY CPU FOR MAX IMPROVEMENT OF 5 FPS WHEN U ARE ON BUDGET.
 

ico

Super Moderator
Staff member
and the price difference bettwen
Xeon and i7 chip is 3000 so if im already getting that overclockable Mobo shouldnt i get the OC CPU ?
yes, that is exactly what everybody here is saying.

Get i7-4770K with a Z87/Z97 motherboard. Get this only. You also have the budget.

If you decide to save money, then get i5-4670K. K is important.

As far as gaming performance is concerned, there is virtually NO difference between an i5 and i7 like teja8 said.
 
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cydialover1

Broken In
yes, that is exactly what everybody here is saying.

Get i7-4770K with a Z87/Z97 motherboard. Get this only. You also have the budget.

If you decide to save money, then get i5-4670K. K is important.

As far as gaming performance is concerned, there is virtually NO difference between an i5 and i7 like teja8 said.

is this fine ??

Processor: Intel Xeon 1230v3
MotherBoard: Asrock H97 pro or MSI Z97 Mate ( if i get it at same price as ot support Xfire)
Ram: Corsair Vengeance (8x1) GB DDR3 RAM 1600 MHz
Storage: 1TB WD Blue
Graphics card: Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X 4 GB
Power Supply: Seasonic 620
Cabinet: NZXT Phatom 410
 
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