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If he is mostly playing dota2 and other games like it, do you really think he would need to spend the extra(even though its not a lot) on the fx 8350 over the fx 6300? 6 cores should be plenty for anything he would want to do and can spend some of the money saved on other parts.
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Originally Posted by FCSElite View Post

1- I do not think he is trying to be rude , just szeged said it is the language barrier, I am neither so good at english anyway. What i got from him is that whatever Total pcpartpicker gives you , you need to decreased it by 10-15 %, in other word it is cheaper in india 10-15% .

2- He also believes that going Amd route will bring the cost down from 27000 to 25000 Rupees (827$ roughly 50,000 Reupees). So if he go Amd route buy FX8350 along with asus crosshair 5 formula it will leave him 2500 rupees for better RAM,PSU,HDD,SSD and GPU.

3- He have 20.5 inch Moniter so he do not need in the budget only the case with parts inside

4- He mostly plays Dota 2 and he will use that rig for newer games also.


That is what i got from him. Sorry for errors

You are right sir

Although i play mostly dota 2 but i am also planning to play splinter cell blacklist when it comes out and many other big games like crysis, far cry and so on. And Octa core i would like to buy it because i prefer it thats all. There is a site called www.flipkart.com
This site is based on india market. Whatever the prices showing there in actual market from where i would buy the prices are 10-15% less.
say for example i bought a microsoft LX-3000 headphone. It showed Rs. 1920/- i bought it @ Rs. 1700/-. Thats the Indian Market.
This is all for clarifications for you guys who are confused by this thread. Any more queries please post in, i would resolve the best i can.
Thank you smile.gif
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Originally Posted by szeged View Post

If he is mostly playing dota2 and other games like it, do you really think he would need to spend the extra(even though its not a lot) on the fx 8350 over the fx 6300? 6 cores should be plenty for anything he would want to do and can spend some of the money saved on other parts.

I think so , since next generation console are coming soon , many pc games will be benefit from 8 cores.
post #64 of 66
OP - for this kind of money and the fact you want the latest games at 1080p w/high detail and smooth frame rates - I'd just go get a PS4 or xbone. They will give you the perform you are looking for and let you buy a handful of games and extras to boot for that money, or a console game and 40" HDTV.
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OP - for this kind of money and the fact you want the latest games at 1080p w/high detail and smooth frame rates - I'd just go get a PS4 or xbone. They will give you the perform you are looking for and let you buy a handful of games and extras to boot for that money, or a console game and 40" HDTV.

He wants to play DOTA though tongue.gif
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Seriously guys why give such advice? This is plenty money for a GAMING rig. JR 7950 and a 8350 are plenty... Also BF4 for example will be 720p on next gen consoles...
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