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Hello there OCN! smile.gif

I guess its finally time, I'm getting a new beast gaming rig, [ FINALLLYYYY ] biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif . But am in a dilemma as I'm really on a tight budget and I need to assemble a rig not exceeding $500 [like Rs.30k my place]. A bit up and down can be accepted.

Here's the parts I picked atm - http://www.flipkart.com/wishlist/mdhsn96-5041
Motherboard & Processor. Yea, I'm a AMD Enthusiast, but if I can get a better PC for the same price, then I'd go intel. So if you could help me out by getting a gaming rig assembled for me, i'd be really thankful.


Looking Forward to replies,
- H$N

P.S - Please stick to Flipkart, the website linked above.
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Hey there! Just a few things with your parts:

That power supply isn't very good, spend a tiny bit more and go for a better quality unit such as this seasonic http://www.flipkart.com/seasonic-s12ii-430-watts-psu/p/itmd5xz5bzevdbzp?pid=PSUD5XZ4PQNBPMES&srno=b_5&ref=00730f34-2ad8-4c46-ae24-ce038904f8bf (the parts you've chosen will consume barely any power)

Besides that your rig looks fine, good luck with your budget build thumb.gif
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i will highly recommend stepping up to a FX6300 now and not worry about upgrading for awhile. also, get 2 X 4GB ram sticks to take advantage of the dual channel design. consult motherboard manual which slot to use best - i think the blue slots.

edit: check out the price of the GTX 750Ti.
Edited by rdr09 - 4/18/14 at 7:01am
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Originally Posted by MrSharkington View Post

Hey there! Just a few things with your parts:

That power supply isn't very good, spend a tiny bit more and go for a better quality unit such as this seasonic http://www.flipkart.com/seasonic-s12ii-430-watts-psu/p/itmd5xz5bzevdbzp?pid=PSUD5XZ4PQNBPMES&srno=b_5&ref=00730f34-2ad8-4c46-ae24-ce038904f8bf (the parts you've chosen will consume barely any power)

Besides that your rig looks fine, good luck with your budget build thumb.gif

Thanks a lot for the advice, MrSharkington. smile.gif



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i will highly recommend stepping up to a FX6300 now and not worry about upgrading for awhile. also, get 2 X 4GB ram sticks to take advantage of the dual channel design. consult motherboard manual which slot to use best - i think the blue slots.

edit: check out the price of the GTX 750Ti.


The GTX 750Ti is a bit higher than my budget, as I still have to add in the price of a case, keyboard, mouse, coolers, etc. Thanks anyways!
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