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    80k Budget PC

    iafoblogiafoblog Member
    edited June 2015 in General

    My Budget is 80k INR, Suggest me a best motherboard & SMPS

    My IDEA

    Benq xl2420z monitor

    G.skill RAM 1600

    intel i5 4440

    Circle cc830

    Ausu z97-A mother board (or) Z97 Gamer pro ? or any other

    Corsair CX500 or CX650 which one is best?? or any other

    GPU: Asus GTX750Ti ocgb

    Comments

    • comXyzcomXyz Member

      80k USD?

    • rds100rds100 Member

      80k what? Zimbabwe dollars?

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    • NO...80k INR

    • TarZZ92TarZZ92 Member
      edited June 2015

      80k and your getting a crappy i5 and crappy z97 gamer? and a crappy corsair psu..

      atleast get a good psu such as XTX XTR

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    • rds100rds100 Member

      According to google

      80000 Indian Rupee equals
      1252.143 US Dollar
      

      That's not a bad budget.

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    • DillybobDillybob Member
      edited June 2015

      Only about 1200$ USD.. But, that's more than enough for an epic PC.

      What are you wanting to do with the PC? Workstation / Gaming / ?

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    • @Dillybob Gaming

    • definitely ditch those corsair psu idea's those things aint terrible reliable.

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    • NyrNyr Member
      edited June 2015

      TarZZ92 said: 80k and your getting a crappy i5 and crappy z97 gamer? and a crappy corsair psu..

      atleast get a good psu such as XTX XTR

      The Corsair PSU is not the best of the best, but is a good bang for the buck. The i5 is not a bad choice either and the Z97-A is a good motherboard too. Don't give advice if you don't have any idea about hardware at all.


      @iafoblog what GPU are you planning to buy? Is the most important piece for gaming. About the PSU wattage, a CX500 should be enough, but you could probably go with a CX600 to have further room to upgrade. It also depends on how much power will your chosen GPU need.

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    • Nyr said: The i5 is not a bad choice either and the Z97-A is a good motherboard too. Don't give advice if you don't have any idea about hardware at all

      I know quit a lot and don't talk people down or I will do the same to you.. We can all be nasty so don't try that one.

      the i5 is not worth it (£40 difference to the i7 for example)
      Z97-Gamer is a budget board (as is the Z97-A). still i would generally avoid asus products.
      Corsair PSU= Complete crap and higher than normal failure rates

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    • NyrNyr Member

      TarZZ92 said: Z97-Gamer is a budget board

      You lost me there.

    • Nyr said: You lost me there.

      look at it's price and general features it's plainly a budget board.

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    • DillybobDillybob Member
      edited June 2015

      TarZZ92 said: still i would generally avoid asus product

      Oh please... are you serious? Been using this Asus Monitor for almost 4 years and doesn't have one dead pixel...
      http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236123

      Proof:

      That's unfair to put Asus down like that tbh.

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    • Dillybob said: Oh please... are you serious? Been using this Asus Monitor for almost 4 years and doesn't have one dead

      we was talking about ASUS MBs as far as monitors are concerned benq would probably be a winner here, I am guessing you purchased that monitor purely because of it's asus badge? because it's no different than some of the Acer/LG offerings (which seem to be cheaper)

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    • Nyr said: @iafoblog what GPU are you planning to buy? Is the most important piece for gaming. About the PSU wattage, a CX500 should be enough, but you could probably go with a CX600 to have further room to upgrade. It also depends on how much power will your chosen GPU need.

      GPU: Asus GTX750Ti ocgb

    • NyrNyr Member

      TarZZ92 said: look at it's price and general features it's plainly a budget board.

      No, you are very wrong. Prices in my country (Spain) for LGA 1150 boards:

      Budget: ASRock H81M-VG4 R2.0 = 39,20 EUR
      Mid to high end: ASUS Z97-Pro Gamer = 143,61 EUR

      TarZZ92 said: as far as monitors are concerned benq would probably be a winner here

      Hahaha.

      TarZZ92 said: it's no different than some of the Acer/LG offerings

      So you are now putting Acer and LG at the same level. So funny-

    • Nyr said: Hahaha.

      Lol, I laughed at that too, figured someone else would catch it :)

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    • NyrNyr Member
      edited June 2015

      iafoblog said: GPU: Asus GTX750Ti ocgb

      Are hardware prices in India significantly more expensive than in Europe? Get a better card, one R9 280 at the very least.

    • Nyr said: So you are now putting Acer and LG at the same level. So funny-

      monitor wise. can you not read english?

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    • FalzoFalzo Member

      IMHO motherboard and psu should not be the first concern, as they do nothing at all performance wise... been building pc's for years and have always been fine with budget components in this part.

      do pick which features you really need with your mobo, like how many usb3 or pcie etc. - why pay for things you don't need at all? not more than $100 either way.

      for sure I wouldn't recommend some unknown cheaperthancheapest psu, but again you wont need 5780 billion watt for a single low end gpu... not more than $100 either way.

      try and do a good match regarding performance of cpu/gpu to avoid bottlenecks and choose one or more ssd's wisely as this are things that really do the job. i7 is not always worth it, if you have to pay $50 more on 10% performance-gain? probably not worth it.

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    • Nyr said: No, you are very wrong. Prices in my country (Spain) for LGA 1150 boards:

      Budget: ASRock H81M-VG4 R2.0 = 39,20 EUR
      Mid to high end: ASUS Z97-Pro Gamer = 143,61 EUR

      Still both budget prices.. (unless you are poor)

      i would expect to pay £200+ for a good board. it's also worth noting even several reviews call the board budget which it clearly is.

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    • Dillybob said: Only about 1200$ USD

      yep, 1200 USD isn't that much, unless it's for a WHT corporate membership in which case it's a sum of money that's going to COLLAPSE THE ENTIRE WEB HOSTING INDUSTRY amirite?

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    • Falzo said: i7 is not always worth it, if you have to pay $50 more on 10% performance-gain? probably not worth it.

      Don't forget H/T (which people round here often get confused with cores) and bigger cache

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    • DillybobDillybob Member
      edited June 2015

      testingtesting said: yep, 1200 USD isn't that much, unless it's for a WHT corporate membership in which case it's a sum of money that's going to COLLAPSE THE ENTIRE WEB HOSTING INDUSTRY amirite?

      Worst analogy / comparison I've ever seen in my life. Buying a gaming PC can last you several years, especially nowadays. (even 4-5+). A corporate membership is providing $ to a fraudulent industry that has no BI or QA background checks and you are ultimately aiding and abetting a process that misleads thousands of visitors.

      When buying the computer parts, you're supporting companies that will be our future, there is no future with WHT. Move along.

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    • NyrNyr Member

      TarZZ92 said: Still both budget prices.. (unless you are poor)

      I would say I'm very poor then, since my complete gaming box costs as much as your motherboard, literally.

      Anyway, case in point: OP has a budget of $1200, including the monitor. Telling him to pay more than 300 USD for a motherboard is dumb.

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    • Dillybob said: Worst analogy / comparison I've ever seen in my life. Buying a gaming PC can last you several years, especially nowadays. (even 4-5+). A corporate membership is providing $ to a fraudulent industry that has no BI or QA background checks and you are ultimately aiding and abetting a process that misleads thousands of visitors.

      Yet you had Premium membership and WHT was aiding and abetting GVH :)

    • jmckeag12 said: Yet you had Premium membership and WHT was aiding and abetting GVH :)

      I'd rather burn in hell with Jonny and bear than buy a premium membership.

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    • Dillybob said: I'd rather burn in hell with Jonny and bear than buy a premium membership.

      what exactly was the point of your WHT rant? no one is gonna listen

      Nyr said: I would say I'm very poor then,

      Thought so.

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    • TarZZ92 said: what exactly was the point of your WHT rant? no one is gonna listen

      What exactly is your point of bashing Asus and making an over-generalization that no one believes?

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    • rds100rds100 Member

      For me Asus is good. Better than Asrock or Gigabyte.

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    • ZweiTigerZweiTiger Member, Provider
      edited June 2015

      Well i got the bad shit Asus Z97-GAMER edition. Well its the best motherboard for now. And budget series? Sure.. Sure! Also i got the bad shit corsair 600W PSU which is working almost 5 year. Its also a shit....its silent - sarcasm -

    • Dillybob said: What exactly is your point of bashing Asus and making an over-generalization that no one believes?

      already stated my points , you have not.. and stop changing the subject, answer the question please or cease your WHT rants which are unwarranted.

      or maybe you are a asus fanboy?

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    • ZenZen Member

      First things first you need to let us know if prices over there are inflated else we can't really provide solid advice.

      Corsair PSUs are fine, no problem there. I don't use Asus for motherboards but their monitors are perfectly fine. I don't see any reason for you to get a 144Hz BenQ when you don't have a GPU to drive over 144 frames in the majority of apps. My recommendation if you want to stick with 144Hz is to get the Asus VG248QE and if you're happy to leave the 144Hz idea behind go with a 60Hz BenQ for top quality or an 60Hz Asus for a little less quality and slightly cheaper build.

      You're running on a budget here so you have no business going for an Nvidia GPU, you should take AMD and accept the 20-30% performance loss on titles that Nvidia has rigged (Gameworks stuff) but even then the 700 series has been slaughtered on Gameworks titles to force Nvidia users to upgrade to the 900 series. On top of all of that the 200 series AMD hardware will most likely see performance boosts of 20-30% over the next 12-24 months as Mantle sees further adoption. The profit you'll make from dropping the BenQ 144hz dream will allow you to get something like a 280X.

      Your motherboard choice is fine. Grab the CX650, it'll run the system without an issue.

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    • vladka24vladka24 Member
      edited June 2015

      Ayeee 750 ti is a good card. Also avoid the corsair CX brand if possible. For this build it might be fine to get the cx 500 watt version.

      But if you're going to upgrade to beefer
      hardware forget the CX line up. Even if the wattage is fine, forget it! People reported it destroying their hardware with more watt demanding things.

      I speak for alot of people here, TarZ please fuck off.

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      price of GTX 750ti 10.5-13.5k | GTX 960 From 17K

      G.skill RAM 1600 8GB 5-5.5K

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    • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

      Better get an AMD GPU - Cheaper.

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