Wana branded PC upto 35K

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    I wana high-end branded PC (with LCD monitor) for gaming n huge applications.It should b upto 35K.I have choice of LG,Zenith n Intex because only these brands r available in my area.Also tell me d Model no. of ur recommended brand.THANKS IN ADVANCE!
     
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    I suggest having a look at thier catalogues and deciding one for yourself, get a good RAM and proccy included atleast. Try HP if you *can*
     
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    Hey sorry to say man, but there's NO WAY you'll ever get a high end BRANDED PC for 35K, If you want a PC meant for gaming, you better ASSEMBLE one.
    The branded ones have a gfx. card on their PC, which in whole costs more than 65K. & the card which comes with it are the low-end ones.

    you'll only get a onboard gfx card, which is not at all enough for high-end gaming. They are good for mild gaming.


    But if you want the branded ones, go for HP, To get the best deal, you'll have to check the Different OFFERS/Packages the dealer will give you. For this check out various HP outlets.
    it's b'coz some dealers give less/no package.
    i got my HP from local dealer who gave the following package-- HP Pavilion+ HP All in One Printer+ LogiTech WebCam+ UPS+ HP Speakers & Sub Woofer. I got this last year for 40K.


    Go here & check prices for the model you are interested in http://h50188.www5.hp.com/store/default.asp?

    on that webpage , on left side select "PRODUCTS" & under "Desktops" select "Consumer's PC", & then if you want a PC based on XP Home edition go for "a-series", for Media Centre PC's select "m-series" & cheapest HP PC's go for "Compaq Presario".
    I dont know about Intex & Zenith, dont go for LG. Their service is not at all good. My frnd has a experience.
     
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    @Reddick, If you are into gaming, then don't buy LCD Monitors!! Since the LCD
    monitors response time is slow ( 6 ms or higher) compared to CRT monitors.
    So go for CRT monitor like SamSung SyncMaster 17'' 793s. Also you can't buy a
    high-end branded PC for 35K!!! Better allocate 45 or 50K for a high-end branded PC.
     
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    u wont get anything out of 35 K if u go 4 branded PC , better go 4 assembled one, u will be able to get a decent machine with 35 K which will run all games.
     
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    well i check gud PCs of HP,Dell n Compaq on ebay.So i wana ask if i bought one amoung these brands,did they provide gud service :?: as no dealer is here of these companies! Also did ebay sells geniue products?
     
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    @Reddick, don't buy products from eBay!! If you want to buy a HP PC , buy it from
    a HP dealer in your city. Contact HP customer care for more details.
     
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    u wont get a branded gaming PC for 35k, that's pretty much sure, what u can do is get a core2duo PC and plug in a graphics card...... i believe that will not void the warranty or anything.
     
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    I'll suggest go for an assembled PC.... your dealer will give you warranty on each component like branded PC and i'll cost you less or in other words you can buy more stuff in your budget....
     
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    OK than.I'll settle myself on assembled machine.So plz tell me which components should i fit in to build cool gaming machine...Also specify d price of each item like :-

    Processor - AMD or Intel - how much costs
    Mobo - Which one - Price
    RAM - ...
    Monitor - ...
    HDD - ...
    etc. etc. etc.

    :cool: THANKS FOR UR PATIENCE :cool:
     
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    @Samrulez, will give the exact details about product prices.
    Intel processor 3.0 Ghz with compatible Mobo (supporting SATA HD)
    2 X 512 MB RAM (Corsair)
    Samsung 17'' CRT SyncMaster 793s
    Seagate 120 GB SATA
    Zebronics cabinet
    Altec Lansing speakers 2.1 Channel
    NVidia GC (as per your budget)
     
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    well new Core 2 Duo pc's have been launched two days ago , so you can get one of em for 35k , the zenith one is specially good for 35k , here's the specs for a price of 35k :

    Core 2 Duo E6300
    512 MB DDR2 RAM
    160 GB SATA HDD
    17 Inch TFT LCD Monitor
    DVD-CDRW Combo

    It's way too much value for money , i say go for it .
     
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