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Best Gaming PC Configuration 2015

A Rs 30,000 budget gaming PC can give you better frames and texture quality than any of the present gen gaming consoles that cost over Rs. 40,000. But the PC, as a platform, is all about options—and one of those options is going above and beyond what you need in a gaming PC on the relentless quest for better graphics and better performance.
This is a guide to building one seriously high-end machine. Most gamers don’t need this much power. This is for the multi-monitor gamers, the 1440p 120Hz gamers, the gamers who accept nothing less than maxed-out settings on even the most demanding games. Most of us don’t need this kind of power, but here is it for the building. My recommended high-end rig comes in at around Rs. 1,65000—not as insanely powerful or expensive as the X99 builds from Intel , but more than good enough to run demanding games for the next several years.
With this high-end rig, I took future-proofing and upgradability seriously. Want to add in a second (or third) graphics card for even more power? You can do that. Want more RAM or SSDs than we think you need? You’ve got space and ports to support them. Want to overclock your rig like crazy? The cooling has you covered.

Processor: Intel Core i7-4790K

Price Rs. 24000 here

While a Core i5-4690K will get the job done for most gaming, if you want to crush a hardcore CPU-intensive game like ARMA 3, the Core i7-4790K is the best choice. On top of a higher stock clock speed, the i7 also supports hyperthreading, which can improve performance in a limited number of games that benefit from multi-core processing.
The Haswell 4790K is extremely overclockable and can hit speeds in the high 4 GHz range. Even without overclocking, the Core i7 is the fastest CPU you’re going to get for gaming. Of course, it’s hardly Intel’s most expensive CPU. So why the i7-4790K over a Rs. 80,000 Haswell Extreme 5960X or a slightly more reasonable Rs. 28,700 Haswell-E 5820K? Well, when it comes to clock speeds, neither of those more expensive processors outperforms the Core i7. In fact, sometimes they put up marginally slower framerates, and they’re not quite as overclocking-friendly.
There’s only one reason to get either of those more expenisve processors: PCIe lanes. The Core i7-4790K has only 16 PCIe lanes, which means it can support a single graphics card running at x16 speed, or two cards running at x8. To support three or four graphics cards, you need to step up to a Haswell-E processor with more PCIe lanes. But if you’re already planning a four-way SLI PC, you probably don’t need this buyer’s guide.
My high-end recommendation is designed around using one very powerful graphics card, with the potential of upgrading to a two-GPU SLI setup if you want the extra power. That just leaves one question: are you sacrificing performance by having two cards run at only x8 instead of x16? The answer is: No, not really.
Haswell-E CPUs and the X99 motherboards and DDR4 RAM that go along with them are simply more expensive than they’re worth for a single- or double-GPU system. That’s why, for our money, the Core i7-4790K is the best choice for a high-end CPU.

Motherboard: Asus Z97-PRO (Wi-Fi ac)

Price Rs. 18050 here 
Like a high-end CPU, a high-end motherboard could easily cost hundreds of dollars. The most expensive motherboards tend to pile on features that I don’t think are very important, even in a high-end gaming rig. That’s why at 18050/- I think the Asus Z97-Pro (Wi-Fi ac) is the right balance of features, performance, and price.
Not only you can over-clock the processor to 4.9Ghz without any hiccup but also the RAM is vulnerable to over-clocking techniques!
In terms of features, the Z97-Pro has two x16 PCIe 3.0 slots and an additional PCIe 2.0 slot, plus three PCIe x1 slots; six SATA 6GB/s ports and an M.2 PCIe slot; and six USB 3.0 ports. It supports RAM up to 3200MHz and has some convenient on-board buttons: power, reset, CMOS clear, thunderbolt port and memOK. And it’s a standard ATX board, so it should fit in the vast majority of PC cases.

RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws X 2133 MHz DDR3 (8GB+8GB)

Price Rs. 7500+7500 here
For my medium build, I recommended 1600Mhz-1866 MHz RAM, but for a high-end rig like this one, I think the extra speed (and faster memory timings) of 2133 MHz RAM is worth the upgrade. that’s why I’m recommending G.Skill’s excellently reviewed Ripjaws X Series memory, which, at Rs. 15000, is 16GB of speedy RAM at a good price.
Now, why 16GB? It’s more than you strictly need for a gaming PC, but I’ve been running 8GB in a number of PCs for years, now, and today I’d consider it the bare minimum for anyone who uses their PC for more than gaming. If you use Photoshop, or edit video, or like to stream games, you’ll see benefits from the extra RAM. It’ll ensure ensure demanding games eating up 4+ GB of RAM won’t be slowed down by the other applications running in the background. And 16GB is far more future proof: in a year or two, 16GB will likely be the standard. It’s a worthy investment. 32GB is overkill: more than you’ll use for gaming in the next half decade, and certainly not worth the money.

Graphic Card: MSI GTX 980 4GB DDR5

Price Rs. 48900 here
The GTX 980. It's the most powerful single-GPU card around short of the GTX Titan, which, at $1000, is too expensive for this sane high-end build. (Though, if you want to spend the money for a Titan, it's definitely a great card). But the GTX 980 is a great solution: fast enough to run games at 1440p with ease, fast enough to handle high refresh rates and ultra settings. Just as importantly, it's quiet and extremely power efficient—under full load, you're looking at less than 400 watts total system usage.
This build is created to support the option of a second GTX 980 in SLI, if you decide you want even more power down the road.
And why MSI's GTX 980? It's one of the most affordable 980 models at $550 and has universally positive reviews. It's extremely quiet and even spins its fans down entirely when idling. Best of all, MSI's card is overclocked out of the box but that overclock can easily be pushed further. Thanks to good binning, it can crack the 1500 MHz mark.

Power Supply Unit: Corsair RM1000 1000 Watts PSU

Price Rs. 12900 here
For a high-end gaming rig, a power supply should meet three criteria: reliable, modular (and thus pleasant to build with), and beefy enough to support a pair of powerful GPUs. The Corsair RM1000 checks all of those boxes. It has a five-star average on Newegg and is 80 Plus Gold certified, making it very efficient when drawing large amounts of power. And at 1000 watts, it can handle even a pair of power-hungry graphics cards.

Storage:

Primary --- Samsung 840 EVO 500 GB SSD
Price Rs.  19990 here

Whether it booting up your system faster or loading the games quickly so that you don't have to waste time before jumping into the battlefield straight with all your guns blazing. The Samsun 840 EVO has enough of fast 500MB/sec of 500GB NAND storage die which compensates for no less than pefect and optimum I/O performance.
Secondary --- WD Caviar Green 3 TB
Price Rs. 7745 here
The Western Digital 3TB is a perfect match for this configuration as a secondary storage medium due to its large storage so that you never run out of space when storing your large full HD or soon to come 4K videos and large game setups that have been increasing in size especially seeing games like Battlefield Hardlines.
With 7200 rps its fast and reliable along with the green drive to ensure low power consumption and on sight warranty in India.

Cooler: Corsair H90 

Price Rs. 6940 here
For my mid-range builds, I recommended the great Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO air cooler. Air coolers really can keep your system just as cool as they need to be, even when they’re overclocked. But closed-loop liquid coolers pose one major advantage: they’re much better at getting your processor back down to idle temperatures very quickly. For an overclocked i7-4790K, that’s worth the extra money.
I recommend the Corsair H90 as an affordable, reliable liquid cooler that’s easy to install. It uses a single 140mm radiator, but still delivers great performance even stacked up against some 240mm radiators. In my review it maintained some really sweet temperatures and stayed as quiet as any cooler can be.

Cabinet:

Price Rs. 12000-16000

For a build of this level and power you need to keep it in a full tower cabinet of perfect quality bot in terms of looks and performance. I suggest any of the following:
  • Cooler Master HAF X
  • Corsair Obsidian 750D
  • NZXT Phantom 410
  • Corsair Graphite 760T
  • Corsair Vengeance C70
Or you can choose and buy any one of the ones I've enlisted in my list

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387 comments:

  1. Maan!!! Dude can u please suggest something a bit cheaper within 40 to 45k.and perhaps with gtx 960 and i5 (and 8 gigs of ram if possible) and without monitor please

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    1. The configuration in this range with Intel processor is as follows:

      Intel 3.5 GHz LGA 1150 i5-4690 - Rs 15900
      Gigabyte GA-H81M-S1 Motherboard - Rs 3565
      G.Skill Sniper 8GB 1600Mhz (2x4gb) - Rs 6000
      Sapphire AMD/ATI Radeon R9 270X OC 2 GB DDR5 - Rs 14200
      Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Internal Hard Drive - Rs 3918
      Corsair VS550 550 Watt PSU - Rs 3000
      Zebronics Fort Without SMPS - Rs 1100

      You can replace the card with a GTX 960 but to be true the R9 270x oc performs equal and even better than the GTX 960. If you are adamant then you'll have to raise the budget or drop the idea of an i5 Processor.

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  2. Thank u for reply,but i think the i5 model u have chosen is a bit more 'powerful' and yes more expensive.i5 4440,would have been a better option.as for the gpu the 960 blows the 270x oc to dust.the gigabyte mobo that u have suggested doesn't support 5.1 audio and has really mixed and confusing reviews.Kingston is a better option then gdkills

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    1. Its not 'powerful' its 'future proof' if you want to buy that weak model than you'll be much better of running a AMD FX 8350 as it has more cores. The i5 4440 is weak and will soon become obsolete, you can do that by running ARMA3 or Crysis 3 on it and measuring the load and temperature.
      The R9 270X OC is a card that you should personally test against the GTX 960 and not read the paid review that are floating out online. The higher bandwidth and more texel rate makes it a great option if you want to run games on high resolutions especially pairing it with Mantel API and the Omega Drivers. The models of the GTX 960 better than the 270X cost way more than it so if you can afford them then sure you can. I only recommend that I personally test and review.
      Yes the 5.1 jack problem is there in the motherboard I agree but at this price point a motherboard that durable and supporting XMP profile for RAMs is hard to find because I rate faster RAMs over big speakers. The 5.1 channel problem can be solved in future with a USB sound card but you can't buy anything externally for keeping your motherboard cool and make it use the XMP profile on your RAM. Still you can buy anything else you like its your system after all.
      Yes the Kingston Hyper X fury is a better option if you want to have a high frequency RAM module in the system for video editing and rendering without over-clocking the module. I don't use it so ID didn't but you seemed to have used it so you can go with it.

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  3. Hey vishvesh can you tell a good amd gaming configuration for rs 40000 to rs 50000(rs 45000 is more preferable as i have to buy mouse keyboard combo and a controller).and also you have said that the r9 270x oc is better than gtx 960 is.that true .most reviews have different results to show.and is the r9 280(not the x model)still available in india because i can not find it online.and can you please include 8 core cpu in the build.thank you in advance.

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    1. The R9 270X Toxic is better especially when you enable Mantle and use the AMD Omega drivers, so I suggest it to anyone on budget but the GTX 960 is more future proof as its two generation newer and will last more than the former without much tweaking. The reviews on the internet are very biased you can ask any of the owners of these cards if you want to they'll tell you the real truth.
      You are going to buy a new PC and will use AMD processor so you can save money and get the GTX 960 instead.
      For your configuration:
      AMD FX 8350
      Asus M5A78L-M/USB3 Motherboard
      MSI GeForce GTX 750Ti 2 GB GDDR5
      G.Skill Sniper DDR3 8 GB (2x 4 GB)
      Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Internal Hard Drive
      Corsair VS650 650 Watt PSU
      Antec ASK-4000B-U3 Mid Tower Cabinet

      You can at-most decrease the processor to the FX 8320 if you want to save more other than that this is the minimum I recommend.
      Yes the R9 280 is still available in fact all the models of AMD GPUs are available in India. Here is one of the links to the GPU
      http://fkrt.it/CanPpqNN

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  4. And sorry i forgot to.add do i really need a after maket cooler WITH amd cpus i do.not want to.oc the cpu(as of now in the future maybe)sorry and thank you again

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    1. No you don't need an after market cooler. They are just to keep the CPU cool further or to reduce noise levels. You can buy one after wards when ever you feel like but as of now its not needed nor recommended.

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  5. According to you NVIDIA or amd which graphics card should be used for high ends game like crysis 3 ac unity

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    1. Either will do it all depends on how much you can spend on your GPU.
      But generally speaking, below 10000/- the market is clearly ruled by AMD cards so you can buy an AMD card if your budget lies in that range.
      Over this price range the cards differ from price to price.

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  6. I have a iball class x cabinet and gigabyte h61ms.which ggraphics card should i buy i have a budget of rs 8000

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    1. Hello,
      The motherboard has a PCI-Ex16 lane so you can get the Sapphire AMD/ATI Radeon R7 250 2GB DDR5 with Boost for your PC.
      The card is not very long so your cabinet will not pose an issue while installation.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  7. Hi Vishvesh, can you suggest me a good build for gaming pc around 85-90k? Well I need 250gb ssd and minimum 22" 1080p monitor. Thank you in advance.

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    1. Hello,
      Sorry for the late reply I was a bit preoccupied lately.
      Yes I can give you a configuration that includes a full HD 22' LED monitor along with a 256GB SSD. The configuration is as follows:
      Intel 3.1 GHz LGA 1150 i5 4440 Processor 13400
      Gigabyte H87M-D3H Motherboard 7999
      Asus NVIDIA Strix GTX 970 4 GB 4 GB GDDR5 28000
      Kingston HyperX FURY Memory 16 GB DDR3 (8+8) 7600
      Samsung 850 EVO 250 GB SSD Internal Hard Drive 8500
      WD Blue WD10EZEX 1 TB Internal Hard Drive 4200
      Corsair RM650 650 Watts PSU 7800
      Corsair Carbide SPEC 01 4500
      Dell 22 inch LED - E2215HV Monitor 7600

      Total: 89500 (Approx)
      This configuration is ideal for high end gaming along with virtual machines or rendering purposes.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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    2. Thanks for the reply but this built is not suitable for overclocking. If i want to overclock my pc what would be the best choice of parts?

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    3. An OC compatible built will go over your budget by a very large margin.
      You need to get a K processor along with a Z97 chipset board and even an after market air or best a liquid cooler.
      Tell me by how much you can increase your budget and I'll give you the list of best parts that will fit in.

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    4. Well i can extend my budget to 1l but not more than that.

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  8. Please give me best configuration for gaming PC under 35 to 40k

    Please suggest best parts

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    1. Hello,
      The configuration is exclusive of monitor and other peripherals and is the best under your specified budget:
      Processor- Intel 3.1 GHz LGA 1150 i5 4440
      Motherboard- Gigabyte GA-B85-D3H
      Graphic Card- ZOTAC NVIDIA GTX 750TI 2 GB GDDR5
      RAM- Kingston HyperX FURY Memory DDR3 8 GB
      HDD- WD Blue 1TB
      PSU- Antec VP500PC 500W
      Cabinet- Zebronics Duke Full Tower

      This will fit right in your budget, feel free to ask any further questions.

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  9. I am planning to buy a new pc I am looking at this configuration please suggest me that this will be better for gaming for next 4-5 years
    1. Amd 8350 black addition
    2. Zotac nvidia GeForce 960 2gb
    3.asus m5a97 r2.0
    4. Kingston hyper fury 2x4 gb
    5. Wd10 ezrx 1tb hdd (I already have this hdd )
    Please also suggest me psu and cabinet under 6000 to 7000 rs budget

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    1. Everything is good and compatible and won't give you problem in gaming at 1080p for the next two years at least after wards you'll have to play games at 720p as the GPU isn't that powerful to last for 4-5 years.
      The PSU and cabinet for this should be:
      Cabinet--
      Zebronics Duke Full Tower Cabinet

      PSU--
      Seasonic M12II-620 Bronze Evo Edition 620 Watts
      Both of this will come under 7000/- and will support all your existing and most of the future components easily.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  10. Please recommend me better GPU under 16-17k budget

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    1. The best GPU in this segment already is the GTX 960 with the Gigabyte and MSI variants being the fastest & more powerful.
      You don't have to worry about this choice it will run smooth and without any issue. You can run almost every game of today on ultra high at 1080p resolutions with this card.

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  11. Can u please suggest best pc configuration under 25000 for future reference...with price and full detail s

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    1. Hello,
      Sure I can....just tell me do you want all the peripherals included in this price like monitor. keyboard etc? Also what will be your usage, just normal home/office usage or gaming will be a preference?

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    2. Both gaming and office...Want to i 7 processor.for multitasking muscle to breeze through games,movies and productivity tasks all at once...1 TB 7200 rpm hard drive with good flash memory../..ssd is required..you suggest..motherboard with UEFI BIOS...support WiFi Bluetooth...usb.3.0...2.0...HDMI DVI SLOTs 5.1 support allows to multiple monitors...500/600w good power supply...cooling master...best graphics card NVIDIA / AMD BASED....RAM U SUGGEST +8..+16..Which one best..cabinet for good cable management and design to house more than one a hard disc/ graphic card....u suggest me if I want cpu overclocking suggest k variant model....suggest both intel and amd...configuration with full details and price...without monitor..keyboard...or other peripherals...I wnt all features and specs in my pc.......my last budget 28000..

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    3. Your budget is too less for a PC that you are asking for, still I'm giving you the best your budget can get you:
      Processor: Intel 3.1 GHz LGA 1150 i5 4440 Rs 12500
      Motherboard: Asus B85M-K Rs 6100
      RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB Rs 2200
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM Rs 3700
      Graphic Card: Sapphire AMD/ATI R7 240 1GB DDR5 Rs. 5000
      PSU: Corsair VS550 550 Watt Rs 3300
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1500

      This is the ideal configuration though to adjust it in your budget tightly you can get the Intel i3 4150 instead of the Intel i5 4440 as suggested, it will not effect your gaming or office performance. You can upgrade the graphic card later on if you feel like you need more performance for gaming.

      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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    4. Thanks a lot.


      But i want to use....
      Intel processors 3.40 ghz i 5 1150 lga... 4460.
      Sapphire amd ati r7 250 Ddr5 graphics card

      Then which motherboard should I buy who full fill my requirements and the ideal configuration for a pc....suggest 4 SLOTs of ram...uefi bios support....WiFi..Bluetooth..enabled ..multiple monitors...and for future reference..

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    5. Sure use the Intel i5 4460 and R7 250 there won't be any compatibility issue, I'd not suggested you the same because that would've blown your budget by a considerable margin.
      The UEFI BIOS is used by Gigabyte Motherboards and the cheapest one that can support upto four RAM slots is the Gigabyte GA-B85M-DS3H with compatibility to all the above mentioned components.
      Built-in WiFi and Bluetooth support along with UEFI BIOS is only available in the Gigabyte GA-Z97N-Wifi but since it doesn't have four but two RAM slots and costs a bit too much for this budget I suggest that you get the Gigabyte GA-B85M-DS3H and buy a PCI-e WiFi card along with a USB Bluetooth adapter to fulfill your needs.
      Multiple monitor connection is possible by the Graphic Card itself so don't worry.

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  12. Can you suggest me best compatible motherboard with Intel processors i5 4460. Lga 1150 and sapphire amd ati R7250 Ddr5 2 gb...having 32 gb supportable UEFI motherboard for best gaming purpose.and utilities with three monitors between 6000 to 7500...

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    1. The Gigabyte GA-H97M-D3H will suffice all your needs. Just in case you can't get it in that price range locally or on your trusted online retailer's site then the Gigabyte B85M-D3H is your second best option.
      The multi monitor as I've written before also depends on the graphic card that you'll use so the R7 250 will support multi monitor support via its HDMI and VGA ports.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  13. HI

    Dude i am Graphic Design i work on 2d , 3d Softwares and Gaming please suggest some best cpu configuration under 45 to 50k and best monitor under 10k

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    1. Hello,
      The configuration for such works in this budget would be:
      Processor: Intel 3.1 GHz LGA 1150 i5 4440 Rs 12500
      Motherboard: Asus H97-PRO GAMER Rs 11000
      RAM: Kingston HyperX FURY 16GB DDR3 (4x4) Rs 7200
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM Rs 3700
      SSD: Kingston SSDNow V100 64 GB Rs 3000
      Graphic Card: Gigabyte NVIDIA GTX 960 G1 2 GB GDDR5 Rs. 17000
      PSU: Seasonic M12II-620 Bronze Evo Edition 620 Watts Rs 6000
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1500

      This configuration is the best in your budget and will suffice all your needs.

      Dell S2240L 21.5 inch LED Backlit LCD Monitor is a great deal in 10K with a very good picture reproduction and viewing angle.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  14. Hey dude can u suggest me best gaming rig under 40k..with amd fx 6300 processor....remember i want full pc specs not just cpu specs

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    1. Hello,
      The best configuration under this budget for a complete rig would be:
      Processor: AMD FX 6300 Rs 8200
      Motherboard: Asus M5A78L-M/USB3 Rs 4600
      RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB Rs 3800
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM Rs 3700
      Graphic Card: Sapphire AMD/ATI R7 250 1GB DDR5 Rs. 6300
      PSU: Corsair VS550 550 Watt Rs 3300
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1500

      Monitor: Dell E1914H 18.5 inch LED Backlit LCD Monitor Rs 5600
      Speaker: Creative SBS A120 Rs 1800
      Rest you can spend on a keyboard-mouse bundle and UPS if required.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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    2. Bro the ram that u have suggested me ..is it 1866mhz or 1600mhz...
      and what if i buy shapphire amd r9 270x will it fit in that cabinet..
      So basically ive created a final rig
      Processor: AMD FX 6300 Rs 8200
      Motherboard: Asus M5A78L-M/USB3 Rs 4600
      RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB Rs(price according to mhz)
      HDD: seagate baracuda 500gb
      Graphic Card: Sapphire AMD r9 270x rs 10500
      PSU: Corsair VS550 550 Watt Rs 3300
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1500
      Monitor : 15.6" lg (according to the space) rs. 4500
      Plzz tell me will this rig be able to handle new games at medium settings..if yes then plz tell me that r9 270x will fit in that case or not....thanks again

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    3. Its the 1600Mhz variant 1866Mhz is the frequency of the Vengeance Pro.
      Yes this cabinet will have enough space for your R9 270X even if you opt for the longest version ie the R9 270X Toxic.
      This configuration will run most of the games on high to very high setting on 720p resolution or medium settings at 1080p resolution.
      I'd day you buy the monitor that I've suggested you for better experience and making your investment worth its just around 1K over the one you've selected but almost 3' bigger.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  15. Hey bro recently i brought a new gaming pc(around 80000/- from GHUWAHATI ASSAM)but i cannot play any games for it's too much tearing n flickering(already i installed letest nvidia drivers v355.82 n i tested it win 7 ultimate 64 bit with a lg 22 inch 1080p monitor but nothing changed)also i searched over internet for this problem but i cannot get any proper solution so it is a major hardwear issue or samething like that?i m so confusing plzzzzz tell me bro how to fix it...?
    My Specs:-
    i5 4440 3.1 ghz
    Asus h97 pro mobo
    Asus strix Gtx 970 oc 4gb ddr5
    Corsair vengeance 8gb 1600mhz
    Cooler master g750m psu
    Dell S2240L 22 inch 60hz
    Windows 10 64bit.
    Plz hlp me bro....

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    1. Hello,
      Before declaring this as a major hardware issue I want you to do the following two steps in the order I'm writing them and then reply back accordingly:
      1. Update all the drivers for your motherboard along with flashing the BIOS to the latest version.

      2. See if all the cables are tightly connected including the ATX12V to the processor and the PCI-e cables to the graphic card, make sure you've connected 8-pins to the graphic card and not 6.

      3. Now run your games to see if the problem is resolved or not. If its fine then skip the next step.

      4. Run benchmarking and stability tests like Prime95 and Cinebench R15 not simultaneously but one after the other, if the system runs fine both in terms of CPU and GPU then nothing should be wrong on the hardware end.

      After these run the game you are trying to run and see if the problem persists.

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  16. Hi, your answers are really awesome. I have a very tight budget of 30-32k. I've decided to buy fx8350 and Asus m5a97 r2.0 second hand at 11.7k and Kingston hyperx 8gb ram at 3k. Can you suggest me other parts within 15k-17k? (including monitor and excluding CD/DVD ROM, Cooler, speaker)

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    1. Hello,
      Thank you for the kind words. First of all congratulations for getting this motherboard and processor combo for such a great price. Run a stability test once you get other parts to make sure the processor and motherboard are in good condition.
      As for the other parts, below is the list:
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM Rs 3700
      Graphic Card: Sapphire AMD/ATI R7 240 1GB DDR5 Rs 5200
      PSU: Corsair VS550 550 Watt PSU Rs 3500
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs 1500

      Monitor can be the AOC 15.6 inch LED Backlit LCD for around Rs 4300
      This is a bit over your budget but I'll suggest you spend this much for a proper and lasting build at most you can downgrade to a 500GB HDD to save around 700-800 and bring this configuration in your mentioned budget.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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    2. Thanks for such quick reply. I will buy 320gb sata hard disk at 1500 (as I have a 1tb external hard disk and a laptop having 500gb hdd for storage) n 19" led at 5k. but I really don't like the gpu so I'm going for zotac 750ti at 9.5k. can you suggest another good smps which will last for 3 years? I can push my budget upto 40k if I get a futureproof system. I'm also getting fx8150 + 990xa-ud3 second hand at same price and same warrantee(1 year old). So, which combo is better ??

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    3. Even for this system configuration the Corsair VS550 will do just fine but still you can get the Corsair VS650 if you can spend some more on the PSU or best the Seasonic M12II-620 Bronze Evo Edition 620 Watts which will last you for more than you require with full stability and reliability.

      The FX8350 and ASUS m5a97 r2.0 are a better combo than the latter so go for that.

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  17. Can you suggest me an external hard disk with good speed and budget under 5000 rs...

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    1. Yes the Adata DashDrive HD710 1TB is the best pick in this category.
      It is shock and water proof which makes it the best product out there along with a decent read/write speed.
      I personally use it aswell so its a recommendation based on a thorough review.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  18. Want to build a gaming pc under 50k including a 22 inch monitor

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    1. For 50K including monitor the below configuration will be suitable for Gaming:
      AMD FX 6300 - Rs 8500
      Asus M5A78L-M/USB3 Motherboard -- Rs 5000
      MSI AMD/ATI R9 380 2GD5T OC 2 GB GDDR5 -- Rs 21000
      Corsair Vengeance 8gb 1600mhz -- Rs 3400
      Antec VP650P 650 Watts PSU -- Rs 4500
      Zebronics Fort Full Tower Cabinet -- Rs 1100
      Dell S2240L 22 inch 60hz -- Rs 9000

      Now you can either extend your budget by roughly Rs. 6000 and get an Intel i5 4440 along with a Asus B85M-G Motherboard for a future proof build since the AM3+ socket by dead with no more processors coming up but incase of the LGA 1150 you can upgrade to the i7 4770K or i7 4790K in future when the prices come down without changing the motherboard.
      So its entirely upto you as Intel i5 4440 will perform equal to the AMD FX 6300 in terms of gaming.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  19. Please suggest a gaming desktop for 100k.. is the new skylark a better choice?

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    1. Hello,
      Yes the new Skylak is a better choice over the DDR3 based LGA 1150 boards and processors, though you'll not see any noticable difference between the i7 4790K Devil'c Canyon and the i7 6700K but in longer run and with a budget such as yours the Skylake triumphs since you get USB Type C along with DDR4 memory support which is slowly becoming mainstream. Also the price of the board and processor is nearly identical!
      Stay tuned I'm about to post a Skylake Motherboard review soon.
      As for your configuration I'll suggest the following config:
      Processor: Intel Core i7 6700K Rs 29000
      Motherboard: Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Rs 16000
      RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4 Rs 6500
      Graphic Card: Gigabyte GTX970 Windforce 3X OC Edition Rs 30000
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      SSD: Kingston V300 SSDNow 120GB Rs 3000
      PSU: Seasonic M12II-750 Bronze Evo Rs 7500
      Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper Evo 212X Rs 2600
      Cabinet: Cooler Master HAF 912 Rs 5000

      This configuration is slightly over your budget but will not let you down no matter what you run on it. If you want to get it within the 100K mark then sap the GTX 970 with either the Zotac variant or the Gainward since they cost less and stock performance difference is negligible.
      Feel free to ask any further questions regarding this and if you plan to buy online then please inform me I'll give you the links.

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  20. Hello vishvesh,
    I need a help. I am planning to buy a new PC under 40k. Can u please suggest me best and latest gaming PC configuration under 40k. I want only CPU configuration as I already have monitor, sound system, keyboard and mouse. Thanks in advance.
    Waiting for your reply :)

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    1. Hello,
      Sure for 40K the below configuration would do just fine in any game:

      Processor: Intel i5 4440 3.1Ghz LGA 1150 Rs 11000
      Motherboard: Asus B85-PRO GAMER Rs 5000
      RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB (4GB+4GB) Rs 3800
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM Rs 3700
      Graphic Card: ZOTAC NVIDIA GTX 750TI 2 GB GDDR5 Rs. 11000
      PSU: Corsair VS550 550 Watt Rs 3300
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1500

      This configuration will be future proof & will also give you unmatched performance for this price.
      Feel free to ask any further questions & support the blog by purchasing through our online affiliate links.

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  21. Hello vishvesh,
    I am a trader in stocks. I want to buy desktop for trading purpose. Budget is around 35-40k, Can you suggest best PC including monitor. This PC should have enough power to load multiple charts in charting software. Also not sure whether graphic card is necessary or not. plz guide
    Thanks !

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    1. Hello,
      I'm suggesting you a build that will be more than enough for all your work and can even handle multimedia tasks if required in future.

      Processor: Intel i5 4460 3.2Ghz LGA 1150 Rs 11000
      Motherboard: Asus B85-PRO GAMER Rs 5000
      RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB (4GB+4GB) Rs 3800
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM Rs 3700
      Graphic Card: PowerColor R7 250X 1 GB GDDR5 Rs. 6000
      PSU: Corsair VS550 550 Watt Rs 3300
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1500
      Monitor: Dell 22 inch LED - E2215HV Monitor Rs. 7500

      This build is just a bit over your budget but the extra money would be worth spending for the sake of future proofing and durability. Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  22. Hello Vishvesh,

    I am planning to buy a new PC under 40k. Please suggest me the future proof system. I am a gaming freak. So suggest accordingly.I have seen the 40k build you suggested and tried to build and got so much confused.

    My Preference are:
    stricly i5 processor with 3.5 ghz( not 4440 , as you commented will be obselete in coming months)
    mobo should have 4 slots of ram and atleast 1 3.0 usb,
    graphic card budget is max 6000.
    2 ram stick 4gb(corsair or gskill)
    1 tb hard disk (baracuda or WD)
    PSU 550 watt (local or corsair)
    Cabinet to fit all above.
    monitor 20' inch
    I have speaker,joystick,keyboard & mouse.

    2k-3k plus is acceptable in budget.



    Regards,
    Vinod

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    1. Hello,
      For 40K a gaming build based on Intel i5 processor will be as follows:

      Processor: Intel i5 4460 3.2Ghz LGA 1150 Rs 11000
      Motherboard: Asus B85-PRO GAMER Rs 5000
      RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB (4GB+4GB) Rs 3800
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM Rs 3700
      Graphic Card: PowerColor R7 250X 1 GB GDDR5 Rs. 6000
      PSU: Corsair VS550 550 Watt Rs 3300
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1500
      Monitor: Dell 22 inch LED - E2215HV Monitor Rs. 7500

      This is roughly around the budget you've given me. This build is future-proof and you can easily upgrade to any other LGA 1150 socket processor whenever you feel like.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  23. Thanks for you reply.

    Let me know the RAM (1333/1600)

    Some more option for GPU (should nvidia 1gb DDR5 be fitted in R7 250X place)
    or R7 260 in same range.

    Can any GPU is supported in this MOBO.

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    1. The Corsair Vengeance is a 1600Mhz RAM so this will work at 1600Mhz right out of the box.
      As for the Graphic Card the R7 250X is best in range the Nvidia counterpart is not as powerful plus is based on an older architecture.
      The R7 260 is available is at a higher price point, if you want to upgrade to any other graphic card than the 250x then I suggest you get the GTX 650 2GB DDR5 or the GTX 750ti @GB DDR5 by stretching your budget a little bit more as then only its meaningful otherwise the R7 250X is the best card for you at that price.
      Yes you can install any graphic card on the Asus B85-PRO GAMER so be rest assured.

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  24. Thanks for the reply.
    Where can i purchase these components online ?

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    1. Hi,
      You can get these easily from sites like Flipkart and Amazon, the processor I'd suggest you check in the local market aswell since the price online is a bit higher. In local market it is available for around 11K-12K easily.
      If you want you can shoot me a mail or message me on my Facebook page and I'll reply back with all the links to the appropriate online sites.

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  25. Hi vishvesh

    My budget is 25 - 30k.. In phases.. Not including peripherals.. I am currently using an AMD Radeon HD 7450 graphics card. I would like to use it for the time being.
    I would like to build my rig as and when I get the money.. Can u suggest me a future proof build..
    Also.. For the Asus pro gamer, the price online is 10000+ on amazon and flip kart. Is there a cheaper source??

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    1. Hello,
      Let me first suggest you a configuration in accordance with your specified budget. The config will be:

      Processor: Intel i5 4460 3.2Ghz LGA 1150 Rs 12000
      Motherboard: Asus B85M Gamer Rs 6000
      RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB (4GB+4GB) Rs 3800
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM Rs 3700
      PSU: Corsair VS550 550 Watt Rs 3300
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1500

      This is the optimum configuration for your budget. As for the motherboard, yes the prices have gone up for the Pro Gamer recently so you can get the Gamer instead which is same as the Pro gamer with minor trade offs none of which will matter in the long run aswell.
      The PSU and cabinet will accommodate and support your GPU and even a newer one with ease.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  26. HI Vishvesh,

    You have suggested me this gaming RIG.

    Processor: Intel i5 4460 3.2Ghz LGA 1150 Rs 11000
    Motherboard: Asus B85-PRO GAMER Rs 5000
    RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB (4GB+4GB) Rs 3800
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM Rs 3700
    Graphic Card: PowerColor R7 250X 1 GB GDDR5 Rs. 6000
    PSU: Corsair VS550 550 Watt Rs 3300
    Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1500
    Monitor: Dell 22 inch LED - E2215HV Monitor Rs. 7500

    I got everything except :-

    I am unable to find the mobo (Asus B85-PRO GAMER) only ASUS B85 G is available in whole NEHRU PLACE Delhi market. And they said B85 PRO GAMER is way more costly then B85 G . Please let me know the difference in both and pros cons or suggest any alternate mobo or should i search more for this specific mobo.
    They also suggested me H97-Pro ASUS LGA1150.

    I face some problem in getting GPU also PowerColor R7 250X 1 GB GDDR5 is not available they have ATI R7 250X 1 GB GDDR5 (both are same......?)


    *You not gonna believe this specs cost me 47k when i paid the bill and then they told me to change the mobo. And i cancelled the whole order...:(

    Regards,
    Vinod

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    1. Hello,
      Yeah that is the configuration and I've just noticed yesterday the sudden increase in price of the Pro gamer. A worthy alternate is the Asus Intel B85M-GAMER (available on Amazon.in right now), if you want to keep all the added features of the Pro gamer like the LED backlit. The main difference between the two is of multi-gpu support, as the PRO gamer can support dual SLI or Crossfire.
      If you don't want to get the Asus Intel B85M-GAMER then the Asus B85M G that you are getting is also good and will work flawlessly with all these components. Its just that it doesn't have cool looks and LED support, so it all comes down to your taste.

      Yes you can get the ATI R7 250X instead its just a minor difference which won't matter in any case. Both are same GPU with minute tweaks and cooler difference.
      Hope you get everything within your budget this time.

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  27. Thank vishvesh for your quick response.

    I'll be searching B85M- Gamer first in the market or will go for B85M G. I do not prefer online purchases, Prices are very much high as compare to local vendor.

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    1. Sure you should get them from the market whenever possible provided the prices are lower.
      Do ask me for any other assistance if any & do post your new build pic on my Facebook page, would be happy to share it with our followers.

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  28. HI I WANT AN PC FOR GAMING MY BUDGET IS 50K BUT I WANT I5 PROCESSOR 4690K OR 6600K

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    1. For this budget both these processors are too expensive and will give you really poor performance since you'll have to compromise upon the Graphic Card & that's the main component in a Gaming PC.
      Still if you want an i5 processor and that also of this range then you better go for a Skylake build since it'll be future proof.
      The build would be as follows:
      Processor: Intel i5 6600K 3.5Ghz LGA 1151 Rs. 20000
      Motherboard: Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Rs. 15000
      Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper Evo 212X Rs. 2400
      Graphic Card: Asus Strix GTX 960 2GB DDR5 Rs. 17000
      RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4 Rs 6500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      PSU: Antec VP650PC Rs. 4500
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1200

      This is the minimum for a Skylake build even if you go for the Intel i5 4690K LGA 1150 then also the motherboard will cost the same with a LGA 1150 socket and Z97 chipset & the same goes for the RAM aswell.
      Decide if this is Ok with you since a cheaper graphic card will not give you good gaming performance at all and would appear some what a mismatch considering your processor/motherboard choice.

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  29. Hi Vishvesh,my current PC config are as follows,
    Processor: AMD Athlon II X4 620 (Black Edition)
    Mother Board: Asus M5A88M
    RAM: 4GB+8GB (DDR3)
    Graphic Card: AMD Radeon HD 6790
    Storage: 2TB Seagate +500GB WD
    Cabinet: Cooler Master Elite Series
    I would like to know If I can run GTA V in a good resolution.
    If not what do I need to upgrade (I don't have much of a budget). Also my PC heats up faster while gaming and freezes at times. So I need to manually set the graphic card fan to higher speeds to make it run smoothly.

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    1. Hello,
      The Graphic card is a 1GB DDR5 so the below setting should work fine for GTA V:
      Resolution 1680x1050
      DX version: 10.1
      FXAA, MSAA: Off
      Vsync: On
      Population density: 50%
      All setting for population: 0
      Texture quality: High
      Shadow Quality: Normal
      Reflection quality: Low
      Reflection MSAA: Off
      Water Quality: Low
      Turn off or set to low for all other settings.

      This will give you around 40+ frames at max and around 33 average which is good enough.
      You can upgrade your graphic card to a GTX 750ti 2GB DDR5 if you are short on budget to utilize your build's full potential in gaming.
      For the heating issue, make sure you have a good power supply unit from a reputed manufacturer and with enough wattage of a minimum 350W-450W since you have multiple HDD running. Your symptoms show that there isn't adequate power delivery to the components.
      If you are unsure about this then mention your PSU model I'll clarify it for you.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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    2. Thank You for the reply,
      Im not shure about the PSU, the brand name reads as ViP and it says 500W. I have 3 exhaust fans running. Also Flight Simulator X runs a little laggy when on max settings can I get the optimal setting for the current config.

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    3. VIP is not a reliable brand and 500W sounds good but the unit might not be delivering full power simply because of older architecture, you can read my articles on PSU to know about it more if you like.
      I suggest you get an Antec VP500PC for optimum performance.
      Three exhaust! You need to have two intake and one exhaust.....two will feed the interior with cold air and cool down your processor and Graphic Card while one will take all the hot air out. This can be the main reason why your components are heating up since they aren't getting cool air at all. Just flip two fans into intake and keep the back one as exhaust you'll notice the positive difference instantly.
      Try to lower the resolution for that maybe in the 720p range that'll help I'm sure since this card cannot run it at higher settings/resolution.

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  30. no need of SSD . RAM of kingston Hyperx fury 16gb is better ??
    mobo:b85 pro-gamer with i5 6600k is good or bad?

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    1. I haven't mentioned the SSD in the configuration since its not needed.
      The i5 6600K is a 6th Generation LGA 1151 processor and will not work with the Asus B85 Pro Gamer since its a LGA 1150 socket based motherboard.
      Hyper FuryX DDR4 version will work with a Skylake motherboard. DDR3 memory supported skylake motherboard are not advisable since one of the main points of buying a Skylake processor is the support for the latest DDR4 memory.
      If you want to stay with a DDR3 memory kit then better get the Haswell processors like the i5 4690K.

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  31. i can change the graphics card to higher version also in further??

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    1. Yes you can upgrade to any graphic card you feel like in future. There won't be any compatibility issue.

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  32. is amd processor good for gaming or i5 processor

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    1. AMD FX series processors are really good for gaming, infact better than Intel processors if you intend to your PC just for gaming since their price to performance ratio is better.
      The FX 8350 or FX 8320 are better than or equal to their price equivalent i5 processors like the i5 4440 if you are comparing then on the base of gaming alone.

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  33. Please tell me configuration for i5 6600 processor.my priority for use is programming and normal gaming.

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    1. Hello,
      Since you have not specified a budget so I'll suggest you a configuration that's available in the minimum and will satisfy all your needs.
      The configuration is as below:

      Processor: Intel i5 6600K 3.5Ghz LGA 1151 Rs. 20000
      Motherboard: Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Rs. 15000
      Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper Evo 212X Rs. 2400
      Graphic Card: Asus Strix GTX 960 2GB DDR5 Rs. 17000
      RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4 Rs 6500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      PSU: Antec VP650PC Rs. 4500
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1200

      Feel free to ask me any further questions regarding the same.

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  34. Thanks a lot for your time dude ! Wanted to know if MSI gtx 970,along with asus z97 pro mobo , would fit in perfectly in cooler master haf 912 combat cabinet ? Also,I would like to add cooler master v8 gts cooler, as I plan to over clock my processor ! Would all this fit perfectly in the case I just mentioned above ?

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    1. Hello,
      The Cooler Master HAF 912 is a very spacious case you'll have no problem in fitting this motherboard and graphics card combination.
      Yes the V8 GTS will fit in easily with around a centimeter of space still left between the cooler and the side panel.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  35. Hey....I want to buy gaming cpu...around 40k inr...but without gpu...as I have Gtx 750 gpu...so plzz help me..

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    1. Hello,
      For 40K you can get the following configurations for a gaming PC:
      Processor: Intel i5 4690K 3.5 GHz LGA 1150 Rs 19000
      Motherboard: MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition Rs 11000
      RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB (4GB+4GB) Rs 3800
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200RPM Rs 3700
      PSU: Corsair VS550 550 Watt Rs 3300
      Cabinet: Cooler Master Force 500 Rs. 3200

      This configuration is around 40K and the best you can get considering you already have a graphics card.
      Feel free to ask any further questions regarding the same.

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  36. Thanks for u r rply...
    The given specs of my cpu..will be future proof...for next 2-3 years?

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    1. Yes this configuration is very much future proof you'll just have to add a new graphics card after a couple of months since the GTX 750 will prove to be weak for newer games.

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  37. I want to assemble a pc with these specs
    Intel i5 4690k or amd fx 8350
    Also tell me which good one for future proof
    Nvidia gtx 970 4gb
    1 tb wd internal hard disk
    8 gb corsair ram or 16 gb
    Pls give the price range of all the above componets
    also the compatible motherboard .
    Suggest me cooler master cabinet with price
    Also psu 650w
    Window 10 .pls suggest whether i should go for original window 10 .
    My budget is 60k-70k

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    1. Hello,
      Since you have a decent budget I'd suggest you go for a Skylake build since its the latest and will be more future proof than anything else in the market right now, mainly because of its support for DDR4 memory.
      The configuration for your budget should be:

      Processor: Intel i5 6600K 3.5Ghz LGA 1151 Rs. 20000
      Motherboard: Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Rs. 15000
      Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper Evo 212X Rs. 2400
      Graphic Card: Asus Strix GTX 960 2GB DDR5 Rs. 17000
      RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4 Rs 6500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      PSU: Antec VP650PC Rs. 4500
      Cabinet: Cooler Master K380 Mid Tower Rs. 4500

      This is a bit over your budget but includes the components of the same price that you had asked for, its just that they are newer and more powerful.
      The GTX 970 is a bit too expensive for this build combination & you will have to raise your budget a bit to accommodate it.

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  38. Hello Vishwesh...I want to build a gaming PC for 35k..I have monitor keyboard and mouse..I am planning to buy gtx 750 ti..can you pls suggest me the other parts in my budget?..also let me know if there is nything better than gtx 750 ti in this budget pls..

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    1. Hello,
      What I understand is that you have a total budget of 35K for the system and you want to use a GTX 750ti or equivalent card.
      Considering that this is what you are asking for I'll suggest you the following configuration:
      CPU: AMD FX 6300 3.5Ghz hexa core processor Rs 8000
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3 Rs 5000
      RAM: G.Skill Aegis 8GB (4+4) DDR3 Rs 3600
      Graphics Card: GTX 750ti Rs 9500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      PSU: Antec VP550 550W Rs 4500
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1200

      This is the best you can get in this budget and will help you run any game today at medium to high settings on 720p smoothly.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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    2. Thank you fr the reply..i hav some doubts..What about Intel core i3 processors??..I have heard that am3 socket will create bottleneck problems later and core i3 processors outperform amd fx 6300...wat do u suggest?

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    3. No the FX 6300 will not bottleneck your card it works fine with cards upto the GTX 960 4GB or the R9 380 4G without any issue or drags.
      The AM3+ socket is not getting any new processors which is the only drawback for the platform. The i3 4130 is a good processor but only has two physical cores and since games have started demanding more cores you'll find it to be a bottleneck in the long run but yes the LGA 1150 socket it works on enables you to upgrade the processor to something more powerful like the i5 4690K in future.
      I suggest that if you can stretch the budget by just 3K right now you can get the Intel i5 4460 3.2Ghz LGA 1150 for Rs 11000 and swap the motherboard to the Asus B85 GAMER for the same Rs 5000
      This will be the best combination for you and much more future proof and long lasting.

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    4. I am going for i5 4460 as you suggested..I am from mumbai and i wanted to know if there are any alternatives for Asus b85 gamer motherboard and zebronics duke full tower if I don't get it here..n what brand of gtx 750 ti should I go for - Zotac or MSI?....Is it cheaper online or in shops..what do u say??..

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    5. I mean if the computer components are cheaper online or in stores..

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    6. Hi,
      Happy to know that you purchasing your PC.
      The Asus B85 Gamer should be your priority but in case you can't get it you can get the Gigabyte GA-B85-D3H, it has all the same features except for the blings like LED path etc
      For the Duke you can consider any other case as an alternative, the reason for duke is its price and full tower height giving you ample of space for ventilation. If not available then buy anyone that you like or fits your pocket in that range since your build doesn't need anything special regarding the case.
      The MSI edition for the GTX 750ti is best but also expensive so I suggest you get the Zotac edition if you are short on budget or the MSI one if you can afford shelling out another 2.5K-3K on the GPU for the best you can get in that range.
      Not sure about the price in Mumbai but yes you can get the 750ti a bit cheaper over there in comparison to online prices I'm sure.

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  39. Dear Vishvesh

    Please suggest a CPU around 35K. It`s not for gaming. working with corel draw and photoshop. need to connect dual monitor. the motherboard should have two pci expansion slot for X55O Ncomputing also. Can I connect dual monitor to a mb with dual video output or do I have to go for a Graphics card. Thin client will be One cpu with 10 nodes running both windows and ubuntu

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    1. Hello,
      What I can make out from your question is that you want a system config for 35K excluding peripherals. Also the cost of X550 is extra and not a part of the main configuration.
      Considering your usage I'll recommend the following config:

      CPU: AMD FX 6300 3.5Ghz hexa core processor Rs 8000
      Motherboard: MSI 970A-G43 Rs 6000
      RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB (8+8) DDR3 Rs 6300
      Graphics Card: AMD/ATI R7 240 1GB DDR5 Rs 6000
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      PSU: Antec VP550 550W Rs 4500
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1200

      The FX 6300 will be enough to run multiple OS with the kind of work you intend to do on the system. Yes you'll need a graphic card to connect multiple monitors to your system so I've suggest the best for you in minimum price.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  40. Thanks a lot . I need only the CPU configuration. I doubt the items referred by you will be available in my place. Thrissur-Kerala. I will let you know later changes. Thanks

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  41. Dear Vishvesh
    My computer shop seller suggest me the following configuration. Is it good enough with regard to my previous question.
    Intel I3 4130 processor
    Gigabyte 85md3h motherboard
    Kingston 4gb x 4 ddr3 memory
    Zotac GT 730 2 gb ddr5 graphics card
    1 TB seagate or WD HDD
    Zebronics or iball Tower cabinet

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    1. Yes you can buy this build but with a few changes, instead of the weak i3 4130 you should go for the i5 4440 which will cost you around 3K more in the local market than the processor your vendor has suggested you. This is because the i3 4130 is a dual core processor which is good enough but when you'll connect 10 nodes running two OS at the same time along with applications such as Photoshop or Coral Draw more cores would be needed to share the work load for faster execution. The hyperthreading on the i3 4130 does make it look like a quad core CPU but then Ubuntu has issues utilizing hyperthreading to full potential so its best you get a processor that has physical or actual quad cores like the i5 4440 which is a worthy upgrade in other ways aswell. You won't regret the extra 3K spent believe me.
      For the RAM since you've not mentioned the model so try to keep it the same as I've told you and go for two 8GB sticks rather than four 4GB, this way you'll save two RAM slots on your motherboard and can add more RAM when required into the vacant slots rather than throwing away or selling your old RAM sticks to make room for newer ones.
      Graphic Card is fine no problems with that. The PSU should be a good quality one like the one I've suggested you for stable and longer working since you'll be keeping this system powered on for most part of the day.
      If you are short on budget now then get a local PSU but make sure you upgrade it later on in a year or so.
      Everything else is good and has no issues whatsoever.

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  42. Hey...I want to play online games..like Gta 5, Ac Unity.,Tom Clancy The division..which is going to release in 2016 and many more games which are going to release in 2016...so what will be minimum online speed required to play these kind of games....

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    1. Hello,
      These games are not online, you need to purchase them on stores such as Steam or get a DVD with a partial setup. Both ways you'll have to download the full or partial game data on your system's storage drive.
      The speed of net connection will only effect the time of download & not your gaming experience, it solely depends on your system's configuration.

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    2. Thanks for reply...I know that these games are purchased from stores..
      My pc specs are...
      I5 6400 cpu
      H170 m motherboard
      8gb ram
      Gtx 750 1gb gpu
      Internet 2mbps
      Will these kind of games run in my pc..without lag?

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    3. Yes you can run these games on your PC easily but the GTX 750 is weak card for running such games at ultra high or high settings on 1080p resolution.
      You can run these games at medium to high settings on 720p easily.
      Considering your PC I suggest you upgrade your graphic card to something like the GTX 960 2GB DDR5 or the R9 380 2GB DDR5 whenever possible.

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    4. Thanks Vishvesh...

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  43. Hi Vishvesh,

    Kindly can you suggest me a gaming rig between the budget of 80 to 90 K.
    Please don't include monitor in it and i need liquid cooling and min 16 GB RAM.

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    1. Hello,
      You have a very good budget and can get the following configuration for optimum gaming experience:

      Processor: Intel i5 6600K 3.5Ghz LGA 1151 Rs. 20000
      Motherboard: Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Rs. 15000
      Cooler: Cooler Master Nepton 240M Rs. 8500
      Graphic Card: Asus Strix GTX 970 4GB DDR5 Rs.28000
      RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 16GB (2 x 8GB) 2400Mhz DDR4 Rs 8900
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      PSU: Antec VP650PC Rs. 4500
      Cabinet: Cooler Master K380 Mid Tower Rs. 4500

      This is just around your budget and will suffice all your needs easily. Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  44. Dear Vishvesh
    quoting you, first, the model you suggested and the second suggested by me with
    changes by you.

    Model 1
    Processor: AMD FX 6300 3.5Ghz hexa core 7975.00
    Motherboard: MSI 970A-G43 5450.00
    RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB DDR3 1600Mhz Blue x 2 3875 x 2 7750.00
    Graphics Card: AMD/ATI R7 240 1GB DDR5 5550.00
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 3550.00
    PSU: Antec VP550 550W 3500.00
    Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower 1450.00
    DVD : Asus 24xDVD -RW Serial ATA Internal OEM Drive DRW-24B1ST 1030.00
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    36255.00
    5% tax 1812.75
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    38067.75
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    Model 2
    Processor: Intel i5 4440 3.1 Ghz L3 6mb quad core 12800.00
    Motherboard: Gigabyte 85md3h 5900.00
    RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB DDR3 1600Mhz Blue x 2 3875 x 2 7750.00
    Graphics Card: Zotac GT 730 2 gb ddr5 graphics card 6750.00
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 3550.00
    PSU: Antec VP550 550W 3500.00
    Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower 1450.00
    DVD : Asus 24xDVD -RW Serial ATA Internal OEM Drive DRW-24B1ST 1030.00
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    42730.00
    5% tax 2136.50
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    44866.50
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    Those are the rates given by my computer seller
    Of the two models as we discussed before which one is the best minimal requirement for me. will there be a huge difference in performance with nearly 6.5k difference of the two models. If I go with the second model does I need graphic card of 2 GB ddr5 as mentioned in the second model. is 1 GB ddr5 enough. are the rates bit too high. Adata 8Gb ddr3 1600 mhz ram cost onlly 3100. Any suggestions. Moreover I would like to know if I am to connect dual monitor, which is the minimum size led monitor to have two or more video input and which brand is best . As mentioned before PC is not for gaming. Dual OS with Graphic Designing. Of the two models which one suits me best for a long run. Your help is very much appreciated.

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    1. Hello,
      The rates are pretty much reasonable its just the price of the i5 4440 & the Zebronics Duke cabinet which is a bit on the higher end in comparison to other local markets.
      Yes the performance difference would be noticeable and the extra 6.5K is worth spending not only for the sake of present performance but also keeping in mind future upgrades on the processor end.
      No the Kingston RAM is much better since its faster and has a huge performance margin over the ADATA models, you need speed aswell as memory size for the RAM and this Kingston model is the best for both your needs aswell as for your budget.
      Since your seller has quoted a very competitive price for the GT 730 with hardly a 1K difference I'll suggest you go for it since you don't want to run games on this system so you will benefit from more memory even though its slower and redundant for gaming but for your needs its perfect.
      Get any monitor you like, since its for graphic designing you should go for a minimum 19' or 22' monitor with full HD resolution. Since you are connecting two of them and I presume one will be your primary and second will be tertiary so the second one can be of the same size as the primary but with lower resolution saving upon your money. Get any of the Dell monitors as primary and AOC/Samsung for secondary.

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  45. Thanks a lot. will keep in touch

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  46. Dear Vishvesh

    For

    Processor: Intel i5 4440 3.1 Ghz L3 6mb quad core
    Motherboard: Gigabyte 85md3h

    which kingston hyperX fury ram is good

    Kingston HyperX fury 1866mhz blue
    or Kingston HyperX fury 1600 mhz

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    1. Hello,
      The HyperX Fury 1866Mhz is a better choice since the price difference is either nominal or in many cases lower than the 1600mhz variant.
      Just buy two of these for a total capacity of 16GB. Your seller has quoted really high price for the RAM, on Snapdeal the same RAM is available for Rs 2994/-
      Better you get the RAM online and save around 2K in total on the RAM itself.

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  47. Dear Vishvesh
    Thanks once again for your advice

    When I told my seller about the high price in Ram , he said we can't compare it with online price and told me there will be warranty problems.

    What about the warranty when purchasing online. Will they replace if any problem arise.
    Will 1866mhz Ram be compatible with Gigabyte 85md3h. It is given on gigabyte site that ram Support for DDR3 1600/1333 MHz memory modules

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    1. Sorry I just checked the maximum frequency supported and yes it is 1600Mhz on the top end. Get the 1600Mhz model because anything higher will go waste and will work at 1600Mhz only once installed on the board.
      No there is no problem in claiming warranty if purchased online, you will get a bill and warranty from the site and can be claimed from the manufacturer any time within the warranty period in case of any fault.

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  48. Dear Vishvesh

    Whats the advantage of having 2GB DDR5 graphic card over 1GB DDR5 card? What I hear is that graphic card uses only 1GB of VRAM so whats the advantage of having 2GB over 1GB? I mean in the case of Zotac GT 730 1GB DDR5 or Zotac GT730 2GB DDR5. Not for Gaming. A quick response is very much appreciated, cause I have to order my CPU after your response. There is a 1.5K difference between the two.

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    1. Hello,
      More memory is useful for gaming and graphic intensive purposes like photo editing and even blue ray movie playback.
      The GT 730 isn't a powerful card and the extra memory mainly goes waste in case of tike dependent tasks like gaming but since you are going for a node setup where multiple OS will run along with photoshop work being done so more memory will help in accommodating the data being worked upon and since it doesn't need to be extremely quick like gaming so a 2 GB variant won't be an entirely bad choice but worth the money spent.

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  49. Please respond to my post ASAP. Seller is waiting for my reply

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  50. Dear Vishvesh

    Didn't get your reply. I don't know why. Anyhow I am going with Zotac GT730 2GB DDR5

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    1. I'm really very sorry for the delay was and still out of station with very low Internet connectivity.
      I've replied to your query just to give you a clear picture of your purchase. The 2 GB variant is fine for you otherwise I would've pointed that out when you'd shared with me your seller's configuration.

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  51. Dear Vishvesh

    Thanks a lot and sorry for doubting you for the delayed answer. Will keep in touch

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  52. Hii vishvesh..myself pranil I am going to buy new pc for 1st time for graphic designing and gaming my budget is 45000 thousands so please you guide me with best configuration 8gb ram,1tb HD,4gb graphic for future with all equipments and best sound system like sony with price and from where I can get it reasonably in mumbai..thank you

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    1. Hello,
      Sorry for the late reply since I'm out of station these days with scant access to the web.
      For a budget of 45K I'll suggest that we keep 35K or more for the main machine and the rest for peripherals like monitor etc
      So a future proof configuration will be as follows:

      CPU: Intel i3 4130 dual core processor Rs 8000
      Motherboard: Gigabyte 85MD3H Rs 5000
      RAM: G.Skill Aegis 8GB (4+4) DDR3 Rs 3600
      Graphics Card: GTX 750ti 2GB DDR5 Rs 9500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      PSU: Antec VP550 550W Rs 4500
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1200

      Now for the rest of the components --
      Monitor: Dell 19.5 inch LCD With Backlit LED - D2015H Rs 6300
      Speaker: Philips 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System Explode MMS4040F/94 Rs 2700

      Keyboard and Mouse can be any from Dell, Lenovo or Microsoft which will cost you around Rs 800-1000
      This is a great build if you are into gaming or any sort of visual editing, also its quite future proof for upgradations and expansions when required.

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  53. But I am bit confused between E2014H and E2015H and can I prefer ram 4gbx2...and i can stretch my budget to 48 thousands and instead if i3 can I replace it with i5-4460 for good processing..plz suggest..thankyou

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    1. Sorry for the late reply, I've suggested you a 4GB*2 configuration only for the RAM.
      The E2015H is better straightway since its a full HD monitor with 1920x1080 resolution capacity.
      In 3K increase I'm not sure about the Intel i5 4460 but yes you can get the i5 4440 instead which is still a great upgrade over the i3 4130. The i5 4460 will be possible if you increase your budget by 5K, still you can check your local market for price differences.

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  54. Hi Vishvesh! I want to assemble a pc for the first time for designing and photo editing. My budget is 75000 thousand. Can you guide me with best configuration 8gb ram,1/2 TB HD,4gb graphic card, motherboard, PSU, cabinet, etc, with future proof configuration with all equipments and best sound system. The processor i've chosen is i5-4690k. And the monitor i'm going with is Dell S2240L 21.5 inch monitor. Rest everything, i'm confused about. For graphics card, I can't make up my mind between Sapphire AMD/ATI Radeon R9 270X and Zotac Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 2GB (both around Rs.17,000). Suggest a good and compatible motherboard under Rs.10,000. Is 8GB Corsair Vengeance(4*2) sticks good enough? HD Weston Digital 2 TB Desktop Internal HD(Rs.5,200) or Seagate Barracuda SV-31 1 TB(Rs.6,500) or something else? Is Corsair VS650 650 watt PSU(Rs.4,000) ok or can I use Cooler Master Thunder 600 watt SMPS(Rs.4,270)? Which is better amongst these three : Cooler Master Force 500, Cooler Master K281 Mid Tower Cabinet and Cooler Master K380/Window/USB 3.0 Cabinet? And if you think these are not good please suggest any other combinations which you think is the best. I want the motherboard to have wifi, bluetooth, usb 3.0 port, hdmi etc. All suggestions are welcome. Thanks in advance.

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    1. Hello,
      You have a good budget and since you are into photo editing and graphic intensive task I'll suggest you get something which is not only fast but also future proof.
      A build based on the latest Intel Skylake architecture would be more worth it, the configuration would be as follows:

      Processor: Intel i5 6600K 3.5Ghz LGA 1151 Rs. 20000
      Motherboard: Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Rs. 15000
      Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper Evo 212X Rs. 2400
      Graphic Card: Asus Strix GTX 960 2GB DDR5 Rs. 17000
      RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4 Rs 6500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2 TB Rs 5700
      PSU: Antec VP650PC Rs. 4500

      Monitor: Dell S2240L 21.5 inch Rs 9000
      Keyboard and Mouse can be any of the Dell, Lenovo or Microsoft bundles that'll cost you another 1K maximum. You can upgrade to something more flashy later on if you like.
      The best part about this configuration is its upgradability and performance difference over what you are looking at.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  55. Dear Vishvesh

    Got my cpu with gigabyte b85md3h mb and gt730 2gb ddr3 graphics card. If I am go to with 2 or 3 monitors setup, which is the best option to connect. both mb and graphics card have vga,dvi and hdmi. Do I have to connect to graphics card only or both mb and graphics card. One thing is that I don't have a monitor with hdmi input

    the second thing is the duke full tower cabinet have only one fan which is on the side panel. Do I have to connect another one on the back. If yes can I obtain it online and which size and model

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    1. Hello,
      First of all congratulations on your new purchase.
      The graphics card is the GT 730 2GB DDR5 or the 2GB DDR3?
      Its recommended that you connect the monitors via the graphics card slots only since you need everything processed and displayed using the card's power and not that of the motherboard.
      For the HDMI port issue can be solved simply through a converter like a HDMI to VGA adapter which will hardly cost you around Rs 300-400.
      Refer to one of my old articles on multi-monitor setup which will guide you through most of your doubts regarding everything on this topic:
      http://vishveshtech.blogspot.in/2013/07/how-to-setup-multi-monitor.html

      Yes please do, one fan at the back in exhaust mode is advised to keep the innards cool and free of hot air. On the official website no specific size is given for the fan but looking at the pictures I can make out that it has provision for either a 80mm or 120mm fan, just check which one will fit. You can buy any fan from your computer vendor nothing specific or high end is needed in your configuration's case.
      Online you can get this if its 80mm --
      http://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B003QCJM6C?creativeASIN=B003QCJM6C&linkCode=w01&linkId=&ref_=as_sl_pc_ss_til&tag=compandmore-21

      Just in case its a 120mm fan mount then go for this one --
      http://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B006CSGZQC?creativeASIN=B006CSGZQC&linkCode=w01&linkId=&ref_=as_sl_pc_ss_til&tag=compandmore-21

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  56. Dear Vishvesh

    Thanks a lot once again. Graphics card is GT 730 2GB DDR5. I think the fan is 80mm. The side panel fan is drawing air from in to out. You mean I have to connect the back fan in such a manner to draw air into the cabinet from outside.

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    1. Hello,
      The Duke doesn't come with a front fan, so I suggest that if possible you flip the fan that came with the case in the opposite direction making it suck air from outside to inside. This will give enough air to the insides for cooling down since your graphics card and processors need to stay cool for optimum functioning.
      The rear fan that I'm talking about needs to be in exhaust mode which is it should suck in the air from inside of the case and vent it out to keep the insides cool, in a similar way in which the pre-installed LED fan is working.

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  57. Dear Vishvesh

    Thanks a lot and will do like you say. I have ordered a hdmi to vga convertor online from amazon and an extra deepcool fan 80mm. Will keep in touch.

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    1. Good choice of fan sir, would wait for an update from your end regarding its performance etc

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  58. Dear Vishvesh

    The fan looks good. But the speed is a bit low.
    Please help my with some queries. Will zotac gt 730 connect three monitors simultaneously without using mb output.
    When I connect zotac gt 210 to my gigabyte b85 motherboard, I get video output only from graphics card and not from mother board. Is there a way to get video out from both graphics card and motherboard simultaneously. I have three vga led monitors. the integrated graphics setup in the bios is enabled. I have with me GT 730 2 gb ddr5 and GT 210 1 gb ddr3. GT 730 is connected with asus H61 mb and GT 210 with gigabyte h85 mb. please help me.

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    1. Hello,
      The fan speed is fine and enough for your configuration with ~1800RPM.
      Firstly as told above and in the article link provided to you, you cannot use the display ports of your motherboard and graphics card simultaneously be it in a single monitor or multiple monitor configuration.
      Only one works at a time. For setting up multi-monitor configuration you need to plug in the monitors to each of the ports on your card, the GT 730 2GB DDR5 can handle upto 3 monitors so just hook them up to the card, windows will automatically detect the monitors connected to your system.
      As for the GT 210 1GB DDR3, you can use only two monitors with it and not three.

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  59. Dear Vishvesh
    Presently at my home, I connected my AOC 27 inch monitor to motherboard(asus h61) vga out and my lcd tv to the hdmi port of GT730 graphics card. Its working as dual monitor. I dont't know why. But its working with extended display.

    My main query is that the computer seller delivered my cpu with a standby 8gb ram promising me to deliver Kingston Hyperfury Ram as suggested by you. But today he told me its not available for him. He asked me if ADATA XPG V1.0 DDR3 1600 PC3-12800 8GB is oK or something like hyperfury type from Vengeance series.
    Will this be equivalent to Kingston hyper fury RAM, or any other suggestion.

    Pls help me

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    1. Hello,
      This is a good thing for you since not all the motherboards support this function. You must've set the options to IGP>PCIe in the BIOS hence its working like that. Anyways its OK to do that, just make sure you don't run anything graphic intensive on the monitor connected via your motherboard or you'll have to reserve more memory for that hence deducting that much memory from your total RAM.

      It depends, the RAM you are having right now is not bad if you have got it at a price drastically cheaper than what your seller is offering you the HyperX at. Since the ADATA RAM is around 266Mhz slower and also with slower timings which won't effect your work but then why to take anything bad at the same price!
      I hope you get my point on this one. Corsair Vengeance is a good alternative for the HyperX but it might cost you more than our budget for the RAM, if its at the same price then go for the Vengeance without a doubt.

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  60. Dear Vishvesh

    Thanks once again for you quick response. They have not supply me with ADATA XPG yet and not quoted the rate also. They have put standby a local 8gb ram. Moreover I don't think it is 266 mhz slower because hyper fury is 1600 mhz and not 1866mhz(gigabyte B85 MD3H support upto 1600 mhz only). If I have to go with corsair vengeance can you suggest me the model type specifically.

    Pls reply ASAP

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    1. FuryX has a frequency of 1600Mhz base and after enabling the XMP profile you get it at 1866Mhz with latency 10 whereas the ADATA one has latency 11. Your motherboard doesn't support the total 1866Mhz of the Fury but even with a speed of 1600Mhz at CL10 its a faster RAM than ADATA at 1600Mhz CL11.
      Anyways, for the Vengeance the model should be the Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 1600/PC3 12800(CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10) it has the same specs as the HyperX working at Cl10 at 1600Mhz.

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  61. Dear Vishvesh

    Thanks again. As the case for Corsair Vengeance should I go for Memory kit set of 16GB (2x8) or separate two individual ram. I have heard that memory kit ram are tested for dual channel and its good. Two single memory may not have 100 % dual channel compatability. Is it true.

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    1. You need a total of 16GB that means you can go for two 8GB sticks and save the two memory slots for future expansion.
      The memory I've suggested you for Corsair Vengeance is quad channel which will work easily in dual channel mode as well when two of these sticks are installed.
      Obviously its true single channel RAM cannot work in dual channel mode that's why I always suggest dual channel RAMs in all my builds.

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  62. Dear Vishvesh

    I hope I am not disturbing you too much with my queries. I am very impressed by the way you helped me till date.

    To my previous post I mean Corsair CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10 Vengeance 16GB Dual Channel Memory Kit (Black). 2x8gb. Is it the same one you noted in your reply.

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    1. No I've suggested the RAM with model no CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10 and you are talking about the CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10.
      These both have to differences, you are talking about a kit of two 8GB sticks that are dual channel and I'm talking about a single RAM that is quad channel.
      My primary reason for suggesting you this model was that its cheaper than the one you are talking about. Mine will cost you around 6800/- for two sticks and your is for 7600/- with no performance gain at all

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  63. Dear Vishvesh

    One more query
    Corsair Vengeance DDR3 16GB RAM (CMZ16GX3M2A1600C9) or
    Corsair Vengeance DDR3 16GB RAM (CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10)

    Whats the difference in C9 and C10

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    1. C9 means its CL9 and C10 means its CL10. They depict the latency of memory to speak the least.
      C9 is faster than C10 so you'll get a better performance in comparison to the latter since both these models have the same frequency of 1600Mhz.

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  64. Dear Vishvesh

    Thanks a lot. I have ordered Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 1600/PC3 12800(CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10) as suggested by you. Two of them. I think at least this will be available at our place. Will keep in touch.

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    1. Good decision, will wait for an update on performance.

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  65. Hello vishvesh
    I am going to get a PCs assembled. My budget is 50000. I don't play games. I do lots of browsing. Downloads. Try new softwares. Occasional photoshop and ms office work. I want the system to be future proof. I don't want my system to lag. I just want it snappier. I am thinking of getting i5 6500 since it comes with fans. G skill ripjaws 4 ddr4 ram 2*4gb. Samsung evo 850 120gb Ssd. A 1tb hard disk. Can you complete the configuration for me. And if you can suggest any other configuration also it's ok. A good motherboard. And is graphics card essential. If I want I can add it later.
    Thanks in advance

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    1. Hello,
      Since you have mild to low usage the processor selection is fine and the on-board graphics would be OK for you as of now, a graphics card can be added later on when required or when you have the budget for.
      The complete build for 50K would be as follows:

      Processor: Intel i5 6500 3.5Ghz LGA 1151 Rs. 16500
      Motherboard: Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Rs. 15000
      RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4 Rs. 6500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs. 3500
      PSU: Antec VP650PC Rs. 4500
      Case: Cooler Master Force 500 Mid Tower Rs. 3500

      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  66. Dear Vishvesh

    As suggested by you my Office PC is working very well. Installed 2 x 8 GB Corsair Vengeance Ram. Dual OS, Windows and Ubuntu. Thanks a lot.

    I need your help for my home PC. My personal PC at home have the following configuration:
    Processor : Intel Gore 2 Duo E8400 3.00 GHz LGA 775 Processor

    MB : Asus P5Q PRO

    Ram : 4 x 2 GB DDR 2 667 Mhz Dual Channel

    Graphics : 1. Asus Nvidia GeForce GTS 250 1 GB Ram
    2. Zotac Nvidia GeForce GT 730 2 GB DDR 5

    HDD : 4 nos ( 2 x 500 GB Seagate 7200 rpm + 1 x 1 TB Seagate 7200rpm + 1 x 500 Western Digital)

    PSU : Coolmaster 600 w

    Cabinet : Iball full tower

    GT 730 was installed yesterday only. With Two graphics card I think I can connected 5 monitors. But my problem is that only 8 GB Ram. Can I upgrade it to 16 GB. 4 x 4 GB. Are they available and if so which one. I need your help.

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    1. Hello,
      Happy to know that your PC is working fine & upto your expectations.
      Firstly, are you running these two cards simultaneously in your system? Since these two are not SLI compatible.
      Your motherboard supports a max of 16GB RAM so yes you can upgrade that, if your budget allows, with four 4GB DDR2 sticks. You can get any of these rated at upto 1200Mhz from your local vendor or online.
      Kingston RAM is right now available on the net so you can check it.

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  67. Dear Vishvesh

    Thanks again for you valuable comment. Now I got a problem is that my cpu will power off suddenly after 3 minutes. Is it due to my graphics card incompatablity as mentioned by you. Should I remove GT 730. Or any other reason. Does my PSU support all the items in it, ie; 2 graphics card, 4 hard disk , 1 DVD drive. Now I am typing this in safe mode. There is no problem while in safe mode. Should I remove one gpu. Please help me .

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    1. No the PSU is good enough for all the components installed its the graphics card that is the problem.
      Remove any one of the two and you'll be fine after installing the correct drivers.

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  68. Dear Vishvesh

    Thanks for your quick reply. Now which one should I go for - GTS 250 or GT 730. Which one is better for my MB ASUS P5Q pro.

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    1. The GT 730 is obviously the better choice, so keep it there and remove the 250.
      Make sure you have installed the correct drivers after you boot into Windows for proper & seamless functionality.

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  69. Dear Vishvesh

    Will do as you say. But for last one hour even though after removing GT 730,and restoring to yesterday's date, I am still having the same problem of CPU power off. I connected the CPU without UPS which was not the previous case. In the morning I will check line voltage and see if the processor fan is working. I think these two problems also may cause power off. Will let you know after that. If any suggestion please let me know. Another thing, is Windows 10 a good option over Windows 7 ultimate

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    1. Yes you can try that but it won't solve the problem since its not the case with your UPS I presume but with something inside your cabinet.
      Anyways I recommend that you check your processor temperatures or see if the fan on the processor is spinning or not, it can be a case of overheating processor.
      Its a worthy upgrade but it all depends on what applications you tend to run since many applications are still not compatible with Windows 10. Just check it out and then upgrade.

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  70. Dear Vishvesh
    If I want I can change GT 730 but not GTS 250. So for me to have two gpu which one will be compatible with gts 250. I would like to have 4 monitors connected.
    When I connect led monitor having only VGA input to GT 730 dvi-d output using dvi-d to VGA adapter no display is coming . Suggestions please.

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    1. You will need to have another GTS 250 from the same manufacturer to SLI with your existing one.
      That can be a problem with your adapter, check the card without the adapter with some other display screen or use the adapter with some other card to see which one of the two is faulty.

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  71. Dear Vishvesh
    From certain computer reviews it is said gts 250 is ahead of gt 730 in performance. Is it true. It's GTS 250 with 1 GB GDDR3 ram. It's no GT 250. I need your suggestions. I will Only take your word.

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    1. The GTS 250 is almost 5 years older to the GT 730 not only is the architecture new and your card is 2GB DDR5 not DDR3 with support for DX11 all which lack in the GTS 250.
      The GT 730 will be more powerful while gaming or in all the modern applications that use DX11.

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  72. Dear Vishvesh

    Got your reply for my yesterday's post. Thanks. Now my computer is running good. today morning I removed the side cover and make sure the processor fan is running. Now no problem. I think one of the sata cable got in between the processor fan and that's why the sudden power off due to processor heating. Thanks again. Please do make suggestions for my today's query.
    The applications I am to run in my computer is Corel draw , photoshop ms office and play some medium range games only. See movies also. So windows 10 will not be a problem, I think.

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    1. Happy to hear that your problem is solved. Just tie those stray cables in a corner to avoid anything like this in future.
      Yes you can upgrade to Windows 10 since these applications will run just fine.

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  73. Dear Vishvesh

    Instead of upgrading my present pc from windows 7 to windows 10, is it good that I create a USB bootable windows 10 and do it from scrap by formatting C:\. Last time when I upgrade to windows to windows 10 in another PC, it got crashed two times and I am forced to go back to windows 7.

    I hope I am not disturbing you too much. Please give me suggestions. I don't have anyone who knows something or anything related to my queries in my area. They will suggest only trial and error methods.
    I am depending on you

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    1. Its always better to do a clean install so yes you should make a bootable drive for the same.
      Try doing a clean install this time and hopefully you'll not encounter this issue of random crashes.
      No you are not disturbing me but try to keep one type of queries in one thread of comments that way it'll be easy for me to scroll up and refer to your previous comments helping me understand your problems better.

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  74. Dear Vishvesh
    Got your points and thanks again.
    Presently dismantling my CPU to clean up all the dust,all fans etc etc because unfortunately with the processor fan running and connected to the UPS nearly after one hour the CPU power went off. After cleaning,assembling and installation will let you know. Thanks again

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  75. hi vishwesh i'm gonna buy a comp tom,can u please suggest a gaming rig with the budget of rs20000 please and thankyou.-kamalesh

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    1. Your budget is very low for a gaming PC but still I'll try to suggest the best possible for this price. The configuration excludes any peripherals so you can buy them according to your budget and needs.
      The config is as follows:

      CPU: Intel i3 3220 3.3Ghz Rs 7200
      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H61M-DS2 Rs 3500
      RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 4 GB Rs 1800
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      Graphic Card: ZOTAC NVIDIA GT 730 1 GB DDR5 Rs 5000
      Case and PSU: Any Intex or iBall cabinet will do

      This is roughly around 20K and will give you the desired performance in almost all the games of today.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  76. Dear Vishvesh

    Everything is going on fine with my personal computer and work computer. Thanks for your suggestions.
    My sister's computer configuration is as follow

    Processor : Intel G2030 3ghz LGA 1155
    Motherboard : Asus P8H61 MLx3 r 2.0
    Ram L 2 x 4 gb Hynix 1333
    Cabinet : Iball

    Now the case is that the motherboard chipset is damaged and we have to purchase another one. We intend to use zotac 730 2gb ddr5 graphics card also. So which motherboard would you suggest now available which will suit best for the processor and graphics card.
    I have asked my seller for B75 chipset mb. But he said it's not available. H61 is available. We would like to go around 5 to 6k range which will suit for graphics work and games. Awaiting for your suggestions. H61 mb have only two slots for RAM. But B75 have 4 slots so that I can go for 2 more 4 GB DDR3 so as to make a total of 16GB.

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    1. Hello,
      Happy to know that everything is going well.
      You can get the Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H since it has 4 memory slots but with that processor I really don't think 16GB of RAM is any good. The processor isn't strong enough to process tasks that require such high amount of memory in the first place, you can make a media center for your place or something out of it but don't expect the processor to be shining bright in places that require 16GB of memory!Moreover no game requires 16GB RAM 8GB is already enough, even I use 8GB myself.
      I suggest that you get the H61 that your seller is offering you if you plan to use this processor and save the extra money for a future upgrade on the entire platform.

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  77. Dear Vishvesh
    Thanks for your quick reply.
    Which one should I go for ?

    1. Gigabyte H61 M-S Rs. 3200
    2. Gigabyte H61 S2 PR3 Rs. 4000
    3. Asus H61 M-CS Rs. 3500

    I don't know the difference between each board. I want Zotac 730 graphics card to fit in.

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    1. The GT 730 will work with all three but the best out of the three is the Gigabyte H61 S2 PR3 since not only it has PCIe 3.0x16 slots but also supports USB 3.0 which none of the other two do.
      So go for this board and you'll be just fine.

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  78. Dear Vishvesh

    Thanks for your advice. I have ordered for the same. Will update after receiving it.

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  79. Hello vishvesh I m trying to buy the HP 15 029tx with i5 and nvidia 940 2 GB is it good for playing most of the latest games not necceserily on ultra settings??

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    1. Hello,
      Yes the laptop is perfectly fine and fully capable of running almost all the games to medium to high settings at over 720p resolution.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  80. Thanks vishvesh and can u sggst any other great laptop to play latest games around 45-48k ???

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    1. In that budget the DELL INSPIRON 15 5558 is a great pick with good configuration and a solid battery backup.
      It'll cost you around 48K-49K max

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  81. Dear Vishvesh

    Had my new motherboard Gigabyte H61 S2 PR3. Now everything is working fine. Now at my home I have two desktops. When playing multiplayer through lan ( command and conquer shockwave) an error message pops up
    withing two minutes saying Game mismatch detected. But no error message while playing Rise of the Reds. Any suggestion to resolve the problem

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    1. Hello,
      This is because you have different versions of the game installed on both systems, you need to have the same versions on both. If this doesn't resolve the issue and also your copy is not genuine then check if the crack allows for local multiplayer or not since that's a common issue with most games having provision for multiplayer.

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  82. I want to know vishvesh that CPU with turboost 2.7ghz can run black ops 3 and other latest games???

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    1. Hello,
      Its not about the frequency or the turbo boost frequency of the processor that'll determine that you have to tell me the processor model as that is more significant.
      Also your graphics card and amount of RAM will play a significant role. So please tell me what is your processor model, amount of RAM and graphics card model for me to help you better.

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  83. Processor is core i5 5generation, 4gb ram( I will upgrade it to 8gb) , graphics nvidia 940m 2 GB.

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    1. Hello,
      Yes if you upgrade the RAM to 8GB then you can run most of the games at low to medium settings easily.

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  84. Moreover plz tell me about other latest games if my machine can run it.

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    1. Amongst the new games NFS Rivals, Mad Max, Dragon Age Inquisition, BattleField 4, Far Cry 4, Batman Arkham Knight, Fallout 4 etc can run on your machine without any issues. You can even run GTA V but don't turn the settings or resolutions too high.

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  85. Hello Vishvesh..
    I want to buy a laptop around 30k-35k...for playing games, studies, watching movies etc
    In short for normal use....

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    1. And also let me know that is there any upgradable slot for ram...
      Reply me asap...plzz
      Thank you

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    2. Hello,
      Since you have moderate usage so I recommend that you get the HP 15-ac149TX since its in your budget has a discrete graphics card for moderate gaming and 8GB of RAM filling both of the slots available.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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  86. Thanks for reply..
    but can u suggest a laptop having nvidia's graphic card.....

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    1. In a budget of 35K or less no good laptop from a stable brand comes with a Nvidia GPU, moreover ATI/AMD graphics cards are not bad in this price/performance segment in comparison to their Nvidia counterparts.
      If still you want then the best option with a little higher price tag would be the Dell Inspiron 3542 that'll give you an entirely better package as a whole including a Nvdia GPU. It'll cost you at 38K approx

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  87. Can i play far cry 4 ,gta 5 ,and as unity with gtx 750ti ? 2gb ddr5 gpu my i5 4460..plz suggest me psu under rs 2500

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    1. Hello,
      Yes you can run all these games on the 750ti at medium to high settings on 720p resolution.
      Get the Antec VP450P 450W PSU since its in your budget, is very reliable and even provides more than enough power to run your system smoothly.
      Feel free to ask any further questions.

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    2. Thanx will you suggest me Good gaming cabinet under rs 2500 and i5 4460 is good processor or not? For gaming? I would be grate full if you tell me gaming pc (only cpu ) i do not need monitor ..how to build under rs 35000/-

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    3. For that budget the best cabinet would be the Deepcool Tesseract for its large compatibility and superior build quality.
      Yes the i5 4460 is a great processor for gaming purposes, it can run all the lates games easily without bottle necking the system's overall performance.
      For a budget of 35K the configuration for a gaming PC would be as follows:

      CPU: Intel i3 4130 dual core processor Rs 8000
      Motherboard: Gigabyte 85MD3H Rs 5000
      RAM: G.Skill Aegis 8GB (4+4) DDR3 Rs 3600
      Graphics Card: GTX 750ti 2GB DDR5 Rs 9500
      HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB Rs 3500
      PSU: Antec VP550 550W Rs 4500
      Cabinet: Zebronics Duke Full Tower Rs. 1200

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  88. hi Vishvesh,

    I am looking for a gaming and general purpose pc within 70K.
    I thought of the following config:

    CPU: Intel core i5-4460
    Mobo: Asus H97M-E
    RAM: Kingston HyperX DDR3 1600Mhz 16GB
    GPU: Zotac GTX 960 2GB DDR5
    SSD: Samsung Evo 120GB
    HDD: WD Caviar blue 1TB
    PSU: Corsair CX600
    Cabinet: Any ATX Mid Tower within Rs. 3000
    Optical: Any
    Monitor: 21" or more

    I am already having keyboard/mouse/speaker.

    Please suggest me whether any change in the config is required or not. Thanx in advance...

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    1. Hello,
      The configuration seems good and compatible.
      I'd still suggest that you go for the Antec VP650P 650 Watts PSU rather than the CX600 for simple reasons such as more amperage on 12V rail, dual 12V rail for better protection and even two 6+2 PCIe connectors with overall better build quality.
      Other than that everything is fine.

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  89. thanks a lot for your valuable suggestion...

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  90. hi Vishvesh,

    I thought of another another build by AMD within 50K budget:

    CPU: AMD FX 6300
    Mobo: Asus M5A97 R2.0
    RAM: Kingston HyperX DDR3 1600Mhz 16GB
    GPU: Asus Radeon R9 270X 2GB DDR5
    SSD: Samsung Evo 120GB
    HDD: WD Caviar blue 1TB
    PSU: Corsair VS550
    Cabinet: Any ATX Mid Tower within Rs. 2000
    Optical: Any

    Excluding monitor / keyboard / mouse / speaker.

    Please suggest me whether any change in the config is required or not. Thanx in advance...

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    1. also please suggest me which version of windows will be best for this system...

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    2. This build is not as competent as the previous one for the below reasons:
      1. The FX 6300 is a great processor for gaming but the AM3+ socket will limit you from any future upgrade that might be wort the price, whereas in case of the i5 4460 you can easily upgrade to a i7 4th later on if required. SO either you stay with the i5 4460 or get the FX 8350 instead of the FX 6300.
      2. The R9 270X is weaker than the GTX 960 2GB DDR5 in some cases so I'd suggest you get the GTX 960 only or else upgrade to the R9 380 2GB DDR5 but not the R9 270X.
      3. The PSU again is a VS series which is good but the Antec VP650P will be better at almost the same price.

      I'm saying this since you have a good budget in hand which can be spent wisely to make the best of it. I'd say you get Windows 8.1 Professional 64-Bit for now since Windows 10 still has some compatibility issues regarding games excluding the very latest ones obviously.

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