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post #1 of 8 Old 08-16-2013, 08:41 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I want a build between
$1500to1700
I have a samsung series 6
6030 tv which i want to use as monitor
I want to play games like
Crysis 3 and softwares of
Matlab,autodesk inventer,revit etc
i dont want it to be rediculously high end
No intention of overclocking
I am from india so plz suggest as per availiablity of parts here
Thanks

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post #2 of 8 Old 08-16-2013, 08:22 PM
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$1500-$1700 would already fall in the "high-end" price range. Please see my build suggestion below but I cannot comment on prices from there so just take a look there. If you don't plan on overclocking you won't be able to make use of the unlocked processors so I'll keep them out of my suggestions and focus more on graphics card.

Processor - Intel Core i5 4770
Motherboard - AsRock z87 Pro3
Ram - Crucial Ballistix 2x4GB OR Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB for a total of 8GB RAM
Graphics - EVGA GTX 770 (Superclocked or Reference or Titan Cooling or ACX Cooler, your personal preference) OR Asus DirectCU II GTX 770 (Standard or TOP or OC, your choice) OR Asus HD7970 DirectCU II (Standard or TOP or OC, your choice)
Boot Drive (C:) - Crucial M4 128GB SSD OR Samsung 830 128GB
Storage Drive (D:) - WD Caviar Blue 2TB (Or whatever size you prefer)
Power Supply - Corsair HX650
Case - Cooler Master Storm Enforcer OR Cooler Master Storm Scout 2 (Usually your personal preference but these are what I recommend)

This should fall around your budget. If it doesn't, I recommend getting a cheaper processor like an i5 4570 or even a 4430. You can also go ahead and take out the Boot drive completely and just use your storage drive as your boot drive as well if you find yourself over your budget. An SSD will make a huge difference in loading times and overall responsiveness though it's not 100% necessary. Hope this helps. Cheers.

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Thanks mate
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BeastRider has specced you a good system, though just to clear a small error, it is the i7 4770 not i5. You could also get the i5 4670 though the 4770 is the better CPU.

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I am worried about avialibility in india
Whats the gig if
Budget is$1100

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BeastRider has specced you a good system, though just to clear a small error, it is the i7 4770 not i5. You could also get the i5 4670 though the 4770 is the better CPU.

Yeah sorry that was a typo, 4770 is an i7, not an i5. smile.gif
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I am worried about avialibility in india
Whats the gig if
Budget is$1100

tsk

At $1100 your gonna have to go with a 4430, no SSD, and maybe a lower graphics card like an AMD 7950 or GTX 760.

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Shipping to India will be killer...

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The only thing I don't like about this build is the PSU because the Gold-rated HX650 only has 2 x 6+2-pin PCI-E connectors whereas all the other good quality-made 650W PSUs on the market have 4. To make it even more embarrassing for Corsair, the HX650 is the 650W SeaSonic G Series and, as you may have guessed, it has 4 x 6+2-pin PCI-E connectors. To make it worse, the 650W SeaSonic G Series usually costs less than the HX650, but this is common for Corsair: you can usually find an equal PSU for less, or a better one for about the same price.

Anyway, powering this system with any single video card won't require anything 'bigger' than a good 450W PSU.

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