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Suugest a pc config for Rs 60000

Discussion in 'PC Components / Configurations' started by zbuu, Aug 4, 2009.

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  1. zbuu

    zbuu New Member

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    hi my friend has a budget of 60 k an d hes a gamer. plz suggest a good config .( preferably intel platform and also plz suggest a nvidia card .

    also plz suggest the best 24 inch Lcd Monitor monitor.

    also could u tell me the diff between Intel p45 and p43 chip set?
    which one is good for gaming? (no need for Sli mobos.)
     
  2. desiibond

    desiibond Bond, Desi Bond!

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    hmm. let's see.

    Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition: 13k
    Motherboard: GA-MA790FXT-UD5P: 12k or Gigabyte 780G chipset based mobo : 4.5k
    RAM: Corsair DDR3 1333MHz 2x2Gb kit: 5k or DDR2 800Mhz 2x2GHz: 3k
    HDD: 500Gb x2 Seagate HDD: 5k (better than 1Tb when it comes to data safety)
    k/b and mouse: logitech G1 gaming desktop: 1.5k
    xbox 360 controller for windows (wired); 1.2k-1.5k
    Dell 2409W 24" FullHD display: 13k
    Cooler Master Elite 335: 2.5k
    Corsair VX650W: 5.5k (not sure though)
    APC 1100VA UPS: 4.7k
    Samsung DVD burner: 1.1k
    Palit GTX275: 13.5k
     
  3. desiibond

    desiibond Bond, Desi Bond!

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    here is a refined full fledged gaming config with a good soundcard and surround speakers:

    1) Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition: 10.2k
    2) Motherboard: ASUS M3A78-EM: 5k
    3) RAM: Corsair XMS2 DDR2 800Mhz 2x2GHz: 3k
    4) GPU: Palit GTX275 Sonic: 14k

    total: 32.2k

    5) Cabinet: Cooler Master Elite 335: 2.5k
    6) PSU:GlacialPower GP-AL650AA: 4.3k (order from lynx-india)
    7) HDD: 500Gb Seagate 7200.12 HDD: 2.5k
    8) Samsung DVD burner: 1.1k
    9) Logitech G1 Gaming desktop: 1.5k

    total: 44k

    10) ASUS Xonar DX: 4.4k
    11) Speakers: Logitech X-540: 5.5k or AL MX-5021: 6.5k
    12) Dell 2209W: 9.2k or 2409W: 14k
    13) APC UPS: 800VA

    11)
     
  4. Mr.Digital

    Mr.Digital New Member

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    I would rather suggest
    Intel COREi7 processor(i920) + Intel DX58 motherboard @30K.
    2GB DDR3 RAM @3k
    500GB HDD from SEAGATE@2.5k
    COLLER MASTER cabinet @3k to 4k
    rest all of ur choice. in 20K
     
  5. desiibond

    desiibond Bond, Desi Bond!

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    ^^if he spends 10.5k for GPU like GTX260, he will be left with 10k everythying else including a monitor which is not at all possible!!!
     
  6. amitash

    amitash Intel OCer

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    core i7 not possible, fo for desiibonds config
     
  7. VenkiP4

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    I think u can go for Samsung 2233sw monitor.....
     
  8. Mr.Digital

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    Ya I agree to that, but I believe that if he wants to upgrade INTEL system(as he recommends INTEL system) tomorrow, then he wold be left with no choice but to go for COREi7. So better to invest slightly more now.

    What you are suggesting him is all AMD based systems, which is of lesser priority for him compared to INTEL.
     
  9. Cilus

    Cilus laborare est orare

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    I would not suggest you Core I7 system now. Very shortly Intel is going to release Core I5 mainstream processors based on [FONT=verdana,geneva] Lynnfield architecture. It is based on LGA 1156 socket based on P55 chipset. So none of the today's Core I7 M/Bs are going to support the new Processors from Intel.
    So I think AMD would be a better option at that point of time.
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  10. sona

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    If u want to spend 60k after all,go for nothing less than INTEL core i7......
    Nothing beats it currently....
     
  11. desiibond

    desiibond Bond, Desi Bond!

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    hmm. afaik,core i9 supports LGA1366 which means once the current rig gets old, core i9 will be ready. So, my choice is core i7 for that budget.
     
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    Here's a PIC of CPU scores. Green are AMD
    [​IMG]

    Also there is a configuration suggestion.

    YOU BETTER SPEND MORE MONEY IN MONITOR THAN UR CONFIG - A CPU + MOBO of UNDER 15 K is MORRE than enough for regular PC USAGE (including gaming, movies etc.,)

    --> Its better to buy a inexpensive VALUE FOR MONEY CPU + MOBO now and then upgrade regularly - cause even the futuristic/high end CPUs will hog in future.

    --> But there is no performance degrade for quality monitors and speakers.

    Go for Dell's 2209WA 22" monitor e-IPS for 16k or wait until a cheap 24" IPS/VA panel hits the market!

    How about this config?

    Q8400, MSI P43, 4GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, GTS 250 512mb, LG DVDRW, Microsoft KB/Mouse, Zebronics Black Jack, Corsair/ Cooler master PSU

    8750+3800+2500+4500+7245+1075+700+2400+3600 = 34570

    Keep the remaing 25,430 for good monitor, great speaker and sound card.
     
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  13. desiibond

    desiibond Bond, Desi Bond!

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    Q8400 is very poor in handling games. Better pay 2k more for X4 940 and save in motherboard. That will give lot better VFM.

    btw, you sure about X4 965's benchmarks. They are not at all in the zone for that processor.
     
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    Here's an updated table.
    Gaming scores added. Test Rig mentioned.

    [​IMG]

    As you can see, Q8400 clearly beats X940. So Q8400 is better solution.
    And desiji, its not X4965 - it is X49650!
     
  15. hellknight

    hellknight BSD init pwns System V

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    @emmarbee.. he's not going to play games at 1024x768 or 1280x1024 res.. no body plays at that res when one is having a budget of Rs 60l.. Q8400 sux.. 4 MB L2 cache.. moreover no virtualization support..
    Q8400-two cores fused together
    X4940 - true quad core

    Q8400 - 4 MB L2 Cache
    X4940 - 6 MB L3 Cache

    and moreover Phenom II X4 940 overclocks like hell.. just go online and see the results..
     
  16. ssk_the_gr8

    ssk_the_gr8 Make Way the LORD is Here

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    Go for desibond's amd rig for your budget.
     
  17. desiibond

    desiibond Bond, Desi Bond!

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    @emmarbee, I am damn sure that X4 940 easily beats Q8400. It actually is neck-to-neck with Q9450 and if you say Q9450 is better for virtualization and AV editing over X4 940, I do accept that (given Q9450 supports virtualization).

    sorry btw, I misread X49650.

    also, what hellknight said is true. Who is going to play gaming on 1024x768 resolution when he/she gets a 60k rig. That would be the worst thing to do in computing world!!!
     
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  19. hellknight

    hellknight BSD init pwns System V

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    Arey my AMD 720 BE beats the he'll out of q6600 in every department and Q6600 beats Q8400 then it is obvious that AMD 940 BE beats the crap out of Q8400 and is almost at par with Q9450!!!
     
  20. emmarbee

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    @hellknight - These test scores are just to compare mate; Of course he's not going to play in a 4:3 aspect raio in a 16:9/16:10 monitor.

    @desiibond - on what conditions does X940 beats Q8400?
    And you too? Cant you see that these scores are just to compare the CPUs and not to know the FPS of games that he is going to play!

    @hellknight - E8400 beats Q6600; Q6600 beats E8500; E8400 beats Q9550; WTH? Be specific!
    In which app does 720BE beats Q8400? Cause for different apps different conditions - few may use multi cores, some may not.
    Like games - there aren't much games that use all the cores EFFECTIVELY. ONLY THE CLOCK SPEED MATTERS when it comes to games!

    Also Hellknight, don't compare the CLOCK SPEED, CACHE of INTEL & AMD conclude which is better - cause the proof the pudding is in eating!

    2.4GHZ, 4mb L2 intel MAY outrun 2.6 GHZ, 6 MB L2 cache for ex.
     
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