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ultra end gaming PC around 1-1.2 lakh

shekharSHASHANK

Journeyman
1. What is the purpose of the computer? What all applications and games are you going to run? (Stupid answers like 'gaming' or 'office work' will not work. Be exact. Which games? Which applications? Avoid the word 'et cetera.')

Ans: Purely for gaming purposes..And running the most tasking games like GTA5 and witcher3 at a Min of 1080p(high to ultra).will look foreward to 4k experiance if possible on the rig

2. What is your overall budget? If you can extend a bit for a more balanced configuration, then mention this too.

Ans: Around 1-.1.2 lakhs but can max. Extend it a further about 10000. I have written a bit about budget in the last question too.

3. Planning to overclock?

Ans: No.That's my 1st gaming rig and i would want it to give me as stable performance,without worring about all the heating issues and all.

4. Which Operating System are you planning to use?

Ans: I haven't had the taste of win 8 till now.I have been using 7 and will continue to use it.

5. How much hard drive space is needed?

Ans: I guess 500Gb to 1Tb max.Coz i would be buying a 2Tb ext. Hdd.And I would like to add that I just dont care if my load times are a few second quick using SSD. just give me rig for max. fps

6. Do you want to buy a monitor? If yes, please mention which screen size and resolution do you want. If you already have a monitor and want to reuse it, again mention the size and resolution of monitor you have.

Ans: Yes and no. I already have a samsung 22" 1080p LCD monitor.Now if my budget allows me go for a 22" 1080p LED or 4k(u guys suggest me in that department) monitor.I may purchase it.

7. Which components you DON'T want to buy or which components you already have and plan on reusing?

Ans: I don't need an SSD. If my current monitor works the charm I may reuse it.And I am not quiet sure about an Optical drive.


8. When are you planning to buy the system?

Ans: Within 2 months or 3months at max.

9. Have you ever built a desktop before or will this be done by an assembler?

Ans:This is the tricky part over here. I have no experience with pc assembling. But this one I would like to do it myself if I am guided properly.. Also do these high end rigs have to be assembled in a different way compared to the 60-70k pc's. The catch being my area assemblers aren't that educated i guess(but they assemble 60-70k pc just fine). So I wouldn't risk burning my PC by their hands at the time of assembling if this pc would require a higher knowledge
of assembling.

10. Where do you live? Are you buying locally? Are you open to buying stuff from online shops if you don't get locally?

Ans: My 1st priority will definitely be local purchases. But if
Parts aren't available locally. What options do I have?
Will go for online purchases

11. Anything else which you would like to say?(PLEASE give this one a read)
Ans:Yes i would. I am a college going child. Do I even need to buy a custom gaming rig?
Or would an alienware 15 sum everything up. Also in Graphics department i read about Nvidia gtx 980ti being launched in India. Also read its performance results. It gave almost a 70-80% increase over the existing 970. Bt at a cost of 55000 I guess. So is it advisable to shell out such amount of money on a single component.

ALSO I saw gaming rigs here on forum that was max.ed for abt 80k. Considering an extended budget I may like to get the 980ti. But i won't want bottlenecking other components mentioned in the config.
Being an Indian I too would want the price to be as low as possible without lowering the fps of course.
And please suggest me an Intel rig not** an Amd one.
Though I am flexible in the graphics department b/t Nvidia or AMD cards. Also yes I am not much of an i7 kind of guy..If an i5 gets me about the same perf. Then I may go for it,Considering the price factor.
Also if the rig mentioned in the forum thread(abt 80k one) gets me the same performance I would be dancing around naked in the streets.
 

a_k_s_h_a_y

Dreaming
^^ difference between a SSD and HDD is huge. You will cry why your friends 40k pc is faster than your 3 * 40k pc.

And its better to buy high to mid range cards every year instead of buying the most expensive card at least for 1080p. Am not sure about 4k however.
 
i5 4690k : 17419
Z97 Pro Gamer : 12589
1 TB Seagate: 3459
Hyper X 1866 16 GB: 7129
DVD RW: 900
Zotac GTX 980 Amp : 43459
Corsair CX600 : 4987
Carbide 330R : 5,888

Total : Rs 93821.
With extra cash, add SSD. And get a Xeon / i7.
This rig will be sufficient for high FPS.

Also, you wont be able to see "High FPS (60 + ) " until you have monitor with refresh rate of more than 40Hz.
So, you may need a better monitor to take full advantage of high fps of 100+. (Asus VG248qe : 144Hz, 1ms response Time : Rs 24,000).

And SSD is must. You get easily put Rs 4,000 and get 120 GB SSD.
 
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shekharSHASHANK

Journeyman
I know brother..the read and write times are faster..on SSD.BUT i preety much optimise my pc to get boot up times of 20sec and boot down time under,12-14 second..
I can live without SSD i guess.
But as far as I have heard SSD have no effect on game fpsfps..
True isn't it?

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i5 4690k : 17419
Z97 Pro Gamer : 12589
1 TB Seagate: 3459
Hyper X 1866 16 GB: 7129
DVD RW: 900
Zotac GTX 980 Amp : 43459
Corsair CX600 : 4987
Carbide 330R : 5,888

Total : Rs 93821.
With extra cash, add SSD. And get a Xeon / i7.
This rig will be sufficient for high FPS.

Also, you wont be able to see "High FPS (60 + ) " until you have monitor with refresh rate of more than 40Hz.
So, you may need a better monitor to take full advantage of high fps of 100+. (Asus VG248qe : 144Hz, 1ms response Time : Rs 24,000).

And SSD is must. You get easily put Rs 4,000 and get 120 GB SSD.

Thanks for the rig bro..But will that i5 card you mentioned hold up good against the i7 or xeon?
Also about that alienware 15?
What would you say?
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Budget - 150k

ProcessorIntel Xeon E3-1246 V321,000
CPU CoolerCooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO1,700
MotherboardAsus H97-PRO Gamer
11,200
MemoryKingston HyperX Fury 16GB(2x8GB) 1866Mhz
8,000
Graphics CardZotac GTX 980 4GB AMP Edition
46,000
SSDSamsung 850 EVO 250GB
8,500
Power SupplySeasonic M12II 620w EVO Edition
6,900
CabinetCorsair SPEC-03
4,300
Internal StorageWD Caviar Black 1TB
6,500
Optical DriveAsus DRW-24D3ST DVDR/W
1,000
MonitorAsus VG248QE 24" 3D LED
25,000
KeyboardLogitech G105 Gaming KB
3,100
MouseLogitech G400s
2,000
Total1,45,200
 
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shekharSHASHANK

Journeyman
Budget - 150k

ProcessorIntel Xeon E3-1246 V321,000
CPU CoolerCooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO1,700
MotherboardAsus H97-PRO Gamer
11,200
MemoryKingston HyperX Fury 16GB(2x8GB) 1866Mhz
8,000
Graphics CardZotac GTX 980 4GB AMP Edition
46,000
SSDSamsung 850 EVO 250GB
8,500
Power SupplySeasonic M12II 620w EVO Edition
6,900
CabinetCorsair SPEC-03
4,300
Internal StorageWD Caviar Black 1TB
6,500
Optical DriveAsus DRW-24D3ST DVDR/W
1,000
MonitorAsus VG248QE 24" 3D LED
25,000
KeyboardLogitech G105 Gaming KB
3,100
MouseLogitech G400s
2,000
Total1,45,200

Way above cost brother
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Way above cost brother

Budget - 120k

ProcessorIntel Xeon E3-1246 V321,000
CPU CoolerCooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO1,700
MotherboardMSI H97 PC Mate6,500
MemoryKingston HyperX Fury 16GB(2x8GB) 1866Mhz8,000
Graphics CardZotac GTX 980 4GB AMP Edition46,000
SSDSamsung 850 EVO 250GB8,500
Power SupplySeasonic M12II 620w EVO Edition6,900
CabinetCorsair SPEC-034,300
Internal StorageWD Caviar Blue 1TB3,500
Optical DriveAsus DRW-24D3ST DVDR/W1,000
MonitorDell S2240L 22" LED IPS8,000
KeyboardLogitech G105 Gaming KB3,100
MouseLogitech G400s2,000
Total1,20,500
 

SaiyanGoku

kamehameha!!
http://www.digit.in/forum/pc-compon...c-buying-guide-suggested-configs-2015-q2.html

ProcessorIntel Xeon E3-1246 V322,700
CPU CoolerCooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO1,400
MotherboardAsus H97-PRO10,000
MemoryKingston HyperX Fury 2x4 GB4,500
Graphics CardAsus GTX 970 4GB DDR5 DC II OC Strix Edition28,500
SSDSamsung 120 GB 850 Evo5,000
Power SupplySeasonic S12II 620 W5,600
CabinetCorsair 400R5,500
Internal StorageWD 1TB Blue3,500
Optical DriveAsus DRW 24B3ST DVD R/W1,000
MonitorAsus VK248H LED15,900
KeyboardCooler Master Devastator KB and Mouse Combo2,600
Mouse0
Total1,06,200


Price with Zotac GTX 980: ~120k

PS: If going for a laptop, don't get alienware 15 with 970M for 125k, get azom exigo with 970M for ~90k ;)
 
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shekharSHASHANK

Journeyman
Budget - 120k

ProcessorIntel Xeon E3-1246 V321,000
CPU CoolerCooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO1,700
MotherboardMSI H97 PC Mate6,500
MemoryKingston HyperX Fury 16GB(2x8GB) 1866Mhz8,000
Graphics CardZotac GTX 980 4GB AMP Edition46,000
SSDSamsung 850 EVO 250GB8,500
Power SupplySeasonic M12II 620w EVO Edition6,900
CabinetCorsair SPEC-034,300
Internal StorageWD Caviar Blue 1TB3,500
Optical DriveAsus DRW-24D3ST DVDR/W1,000
MonitorDell S2240L 22" LED IPS8,000
KeyboardLogitech G105 Gaming KB3,100
MouseLogitech G400s2,000
Total1,20,500

Is it like necessary to have those dedicated gaming mice and keyboards. I mean how do they enhance the gaming experience over the regular ones?
Also the dell mobo u mentioned is quiet low priced. Do they like bottleneck pprocessor with graphics card?
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Is it like necessary to have those dedicated gaming mice and keyboards. I mean how do they enhance the gaming experience over the regular ones?
Also the dell mobo u mentioned is quiet low priced. Do they like bottleneck pprocessor with graphics card?

Dedicated Gaming mice & KB's are really necessary for a real gaming session.

That is not a Dell Mobo but MSI and even though it is low priced it does not bottle neck the processor nor the graphics card in any way buddy OK.
 
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shekharSHASHANK

Journeyman
http://www.digit.in/forum/pc-compon...c-buying-guide-suggested-configs-2015-q2.html

ProcessorIntel Xeon E3-1246 V322,700
CPU CoolerCooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO1,400
MotherboardAsus H97-PRO10,000
MemoryKingston HyperX Fury 2x4 GB4,500
Graphics CardAsus GTX 970 4GB DDR5 DC II OC Strix Edition28,500
SSDSamsung 120 GB 850 Evo5,000
Power SupplySeasonic S12II 620 W5,600
CabinetCorsair 400R5,500
Internal StorageWD 1TB Blue3,500
Optical DriveAsus DRW 24B3ST DVD R/W1,000
MonitorAsus VK248H LED15,900
KeyboardCooler Master Devastator KB and Mouse Combo2,600
Mouse0
Total1,06,200


Price with Zotac GTX 980: ~120k

PS: If going for a laptop, don't get alienware 15 with 970M for 125k, get azom exigo with 970M for ~90k ;)

The thing is that alienware 15 looks better with its customizable lights.. Other than that which performs better azom or the 15?
Also does alienware 15 or the azom provide equivalent performance to the 1 lakh costing gaming PC?
 

SaiyanGoku

kamehameha!!
The thing is that alienware 15 looks better with its customizable lights.. Other than that which performs better azom or the 15?
Also does alienware 15 or the azom provide equivalent performance to the 1 lakh costing gaming PC?

Exigo is based on clevo barebones which has customisable lights too ;)
Plus you have added option of M.2 SSD which alienware 15 lacks AFAIK (correct me if I'm wrong).

For comparison purpose, a 100k laptop has GTX 970M which is equivalent to 75% of GTX 970 or nearly GTX 960. A desktop with GTX 960 costs 60-65k. So, you do the math here.
 
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shekharSHASHANK

Journeyman
Exigo is based on clevo barebones which has customisable lights too ;)
Plus you have added option of M.2 SSD which alienware 15 lacks AFAIK (correct me if I'm wrong).

For comparison purpose, a 100k laptop has GTX 970M which is equivalent to 75% of GTX 970 or nearly GTX 960. A desktop with GTX 960 costs 60-65k. So, you do the math here.

I cant find a link to the exigo 980m version.is it available in india..
And how is the axiom wrt to its warranty claims?
 

REDHOTIRON2004

Journeyman
The thing is that alienware 15 looks better with its customizable lights.. Other than that which performs better azom or the 15?
Also does alienware 15 or the azom provide equivalent performance to the 1 lakh costing gaming PC?

Laptop are not meant for gaming at all. Yes there are the alienwares etc. But, the real fun and immersion always comes from a big screen and not a 15-17" screen.

Secondly, laptops are not expendable or upgradable. The limited upgradation options that are available are extremely costly.

Thirdly, Laptops are extremely costly in the long run as they are much more prone to heat built up etc(specially gaming laptops) that results in gradual degradation and most of the time the faults in the laptop cannot be rectified without warranty. Which results in throwing away the laptop at scrap price. Like the motherboard problem.

Basically components are hard to find. While in a desktop you yourself can replace, upgrade etc as soon as there is a problem. No need to wait for months for repair.

Lastly, and most importantly. My desktop from 2006 is still not only operational but also have been upgraded many times without any problem. All components are still available to date at dirt cheap prices. I challenge any laptop owner to say that about there laptop.
 

a_k_s_h_a_y

Dreaming
yes, get a cheap gaming keyboard and mouse. nothing fancy. get a mic, camera also.
you need for teamspeak. camera is for skype and may be stream on twitch. or host shows or just cool stuff.

when you spend 1.2laksh get the whole experience.
 
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shekharSHASHANK

Journeyman
I would recommend getting gtx 970 sli instead of 980. For few more thousands , you get massive more amount of FPS.


I too had given this a thought.But then doesn't SLI have all those heat problems? Also I read somewhere that in multiple graphics card systems, both the graphics card seem to analyse frames differently resulting in lower game quality over all.
And if I use a i5 processor with SLI won't the processor bottleneck the G cards.?

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I would recommend getting gtx 970 sli instead of 980. For few more thousands , you get massive more amount of FPS.

 
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rajesh00

Journeyman
Budget - 150k

ProcessorIntel Xeon E3-1246 V321,000
CPU CoolerCooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO1,700
MotherboardAsus H97-PRO Gamer
11,200
MemoryKingston HyperX Fury 16GB(2x8GB) 1866Mhz
8,000
Graphics CardZotac GTX 980 4GB AMP Edition
46,000
SSDSamsung 850 EVO 250GB
8,500
Power SupplySeasonic M12II 620w EVO Edition
6,900
CabinetCorsair SPEC-03
4,300
Internal StorageWD Caviar Black 1TB
6,500
Optical DriveAsus DRW-24D3ST DVDR/W
1,000
MonitorAsus VG248QE 24" 3D LED
25,000
KeyboardLogitech G105 Gaming KB
3,100
MouseLogitech G400s
2,000
Total1,45,200


@OP

As your main purpose is Gaming
So Get GTX 980ti which is very much future proof and 4k ready.

Pick the RAM which have service centers in your area.. Corsair,gskill are well know brands. 2x8GB 1600mhz

SSD is must and above mentioned SSD is very good.

Skip the monitor for now as you have 1080p monitor already.Don't buy 1080p monitor again. Later get G-sync 120hz/144hz 2k/4k monitor later when you have the budget.They are pretty much high price now.

I personally like the NZXT cases.They look cool. If you don't need optical drive then go for h440 else get Nzxt 410.Look into the CM 690 III sw and least Corsair 400R..

For processor i5 4670 will be enough for gaming i think but for safe side go with xeon.

If you play Online multiplayer fps games like CS,bf4 or COD get the Gaming mouse and keyboard else a low budget gaming bundle like CM devastator bundle is enough. Remember Mouse totally depends on size of your hand.small hands with big mouse doesn't make gaming fun.

Rest go with the above suggestion. :)

Reply if i missed any..
 
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shekharSHASHANK

Journeyman
I would recommend getting gtx 970 sli instead of 980. For few more thousands , you get massive more amount of FPS.


@OP

As your main purpose is Gaming
So Get GTX 980ti which is very much future proof and 4k ready.

Pick the RAM which have service centers in your area.. Corsair,gskill are well know brands. 2x8GB 1600mhz

SSD is must and above mentioned SSD is very good.

Skip the monitor for now as you have 1080p monitor already.Don't buy 1080p monitor again. Later get G-sync 120hz/144hz 2k/4k monitor later when you have the budget.They are pretty much high price now.

I personally like the NZXT cases.They look cool. If you don't need optical drive then go for h440 else get Nzxt 410.Look into the CM 690 III sw and least Corsair 400R..

For processor i5 4670 will be enough for gaming i think but for safe side go with xeon.

If you play Online multiplayer fps games like CS,bf4 or COD get the Gaming mouse and keyboard else a low budget gaming bundle like CM devastator bundle is enough. Remember Mouse totally depends on size of your hand.small hands with big mouse doesn't make gaming fun.

Rest go with the above suggestion. :)

Reply if i missed any..

I do like 980ti. Problem is finding that in india..its a june 6 launch.
Also does 980ti preform better than 970sli?
And the point regarding monitor being that mine is a LCD. Not even a LED one?
LED over LCD does make a large difference, doesn't it?

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yes, get a cheap gaming keyboard and mouse. nothing fancy. get a mic, camera also.
you need for teamspeak. camera is for skype and may be stream on twitch. or host shows or just cool stuff.

when you spend 1.2laksh get the whole experience.
Were you serious about those mic and camera?
Or just a taunt for such a silly question.?
Bro i ll be going to clg now.I do happen to own a s6 edge which preety much does my video calling demands.so no need for a camera.
And i dont expect the net speeds to be that high in clg to be able to play online. That over rules the microphone...
 
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