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    1. What is the purpose of the computer? What all applications and games are you going to run? (Stupid answers like 'gaming' or 'office work' will not work. Be exact. Which games? Which applications? Avoid the word 'et cetera.')
    Ans: Gaming (FPS) Battlefield 3/4, Crysis 3, COD, Metro Last Light, FarCry 3, GTA 5 and all upcoming games

    2. What is your overall budget? If you can extend a bit for a more balanced configuration, then mention this too.
    Ans: 80k

    3. Planning to overclock?
    Ans: Yes

    4. Which Operating System are you planning to use?
    Ans: Windows 7/8 X64

    5. How much hard drive space is needed?
    Ans: 500GB - 1TB

    6. Do you want to buy a monitor? If yes, please mention which screen size and resolution do you want. If you already have a monitor and want to reuse it, again mention the size and resolution of monitor you have.
    Ans: No, already have BenQ G2420HD

    7. Which components you DON'T want to buy or which components you already have and plan on reusing?
    Ans: Already have BenQ G2420HD, corsair 400r & razer carcharias

    8. When are you planning to buy the system?
    Ans: March 1

    9. Have you ever built a desktop before or will this be done by an assembler?
    Ans: Will do it myself.

    10. Where do you live? Are you buying locally? Are you open to buying stuff from online shops if you don't get locally?
    Ans: Kerala. Will get it online.

    11. Anything else which you would like to say?
    Ans: This is what i had in Mind.

    I5 3570k
    ASUS P8Z77-V PRO/MSI Z77 MPOWER
    Noctura NH-U12P SE2 (if available)
    Corsair Vengeance 2.0 2133MHz
    Seasonic X660
    Sapphire 7970 OC
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    CPU : i5 3570k 14k
    MOBO : asus p8z77-v pro 16k
    COOLER: Corsair h80 6.2k / Noctua NH-U12P SE2 4.3k (if you can find it)
    GPU : Sapphire 7970 28k
    RAM : gskill ripjawsx 4gb x 2 3.2k
    PSU : Corsair tx650v2 5.5k
    HDD : wd 1tb black 6k(?)

    Quoting prices from what I could remember. Some of them might not be accurate.
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    WD Black is available for around 5.5K now.

    Nice config by myth. I think that OP can even manage a 3770K if he manages to get good prices.
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    cpu: i5 3570k (14000)
    motherboard: asus maximus v gene (16000)
    ram: G.Skill RipjawsX 1600 MHz 4 GB x2 (1700+1700)
    psu: Corsair tx750 (6700)
    hdd: WD black 1 TB (5500)
    GPU: hd7970 (29000)
    cooler: CM hyper 412 slim (3000) or corsair ch40 (3200) your choice, air cooling or water cooling

    total: 77600 (maybe you can go for 4GB x4 ram?)

    Quote Originally Posted by gameranand View Post
    WD Black is available for around 5.5K now.

    Nice config by myth. I think that OP can even manage a 3770K if he manages to get good prices.
    That would be overkill
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    No I don't think its overkill. I mean OP has a budget of 80K and both the configs suggested till now didn't reached that mark even with maximum prices so I really think that he can get that.
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    How about this rig:

    cpu: i7 3770k (20000)
    motherboard: msi Z77A-GD65 (13000)
    ram: G.Skill RipjawsX 1600 MHz 4 GB x2 (1700+1700)
    psu: Corsair tx750 (6700)
    hdd: WD black 1 TB (5500)
    GPU: hd7970 (29000)
    cooler: CM hyper 412 slim (3000) or corsair ch40 (3200) your choice, air cooling or water cooling

    total: 80600 (air cooled) or 80800 (water cooled)
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    How about the HX 650 instead of the tx650V2... and would it be better to get the 3770k or to invest in other components.
    because i will use this rig mostly for gaming.
    also anyone have a clue as to where the noctura is available?

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    i7 is totally worth it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aj12 View Post
    How about the HX 650 instead of the tx650V2...
    some of the members are having problem with HX650...... tx650 v2 would be a safer bet imo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aj12 View Post
    and would it be better to get the 3770k or to invest in other components.
    because i will use this rig mostly for gaming.
    for gaming i5 3570k and i7 3770k are at par ... But if you can buy it without compromising on any other component than you should go 4 it

    Quote Originally Posted by Aj12 View Post
    also anyone have a clue as to where the noctura is available?
    here Buy Noctua | Noctua in India
    But i don't know if nh 14 is available somewhere
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    Tx650v2 would be enough for a single hd7970, but a tx750 will give enough power for a 7970 crossfire. So its upto you which one do you want to get.
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    i5 3570K - Rs 13700
    Asus Maximus V Formula - Rs 21000
    G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) PC RAM (F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL - Rs 3550
    Gigabyte GTX 660 GDDR5 GV-N660OC-2GD SLI - Rs 14,700 x 2/Sapphire HD-7970-3GD5 - Rs 29400/28700
    TOSHIBA DT01ACA100 1TB - Rs 4300 (3 years warranty)
    PSU - Seasonic X Series - 80 Plus Gold SS-760KM 760 Watts PSU - Rs 9000 (modular)
    CPU Cooler Corsair A70 - Rs 3532 ( One of the best in business and more or less at par with a Noctua)


    Total - Rs 84,482(Seasonic SS-760KM) / 82,082 (TX750V2UK)




    You can skimp on the PSU if you dont want to use 2 CPU Connector with ATX 12V (4 pin) + EPS 12V (8 pin) which the motherboard supports and the PSU provides. If you are not going for extreme overclocks then you are fine with a Corsair TX750/850. That way you will bring the price down too. It is a rig worth Rs 80K and more !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aj12 View Post
    How about the HX 650 instead of the tx650V2... and would it be better to get the 3770k or to invest in other components.
    because i will use this rig mostly for gaming.
    also anyone have a clue as to where the noctura is available?
    1. HX650 worth spending extra money over TX650V2 .
    2. Noctua is available with ITwares.

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    @ Incinerator, is there any requirement of a 21K board here? Unless OP is going to overclock heavily, not only the CPU, but also the Memory, PCI-E Bus, Intel Quick Path Speed etc, Maximus V Formula is not going to help much to enhance performance. At 17K, he can easily get a Sabertooth Z77 whch will fulfill all his needs.
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    HX650 80+ gold has reportedly some noise issues with fans,hx650 80+ bronze was fine.

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    ok.
    so build so far

    CPU : i5 3570K
    MOBO : Sabertooth Z77
    COOLER : Noctura NH-U12P SE2 (cant seem to find it.. so corsair a70?)
    RAM : G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL
    GPU : Sapphire 7970 oc
    HDD : WD Black WD1002FAEX
    PSU : hx650 80+ bronze/seasonic x660 ( rma issues ?)

    if i get an ax 850 or an hx 850, although it would overshoot the budget buy about 5-6k , would it be advisable to add a second 7970 later
    or should i just go with the single fastest gpu at this point of time ?
    Also if i have some extra cash to spare would it make sense to get an ax/hx 850 ?
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    ^ there is no need to go for sabertooth, maximus v gene is perfectly good for you IMO, unless you want to break world overclock records with LN2 cooling , get an i7 3770k instead.

    Gigabyte GTX 660 GDDR5 GV-N660OC-2GD SLI - Rs 14,700 x 2/Sapphire HD-7970-3GD5 - Rs 29400/28700
    Yeah, actually, I saw some benchmarks and the gtx660 (non ti) sli beats a single hd7970 in every gaming benchmaer. And as the two options cost almost the same, I would suggest op to go for gtx660 sli.
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    I would too.....

    I would too.....

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    Ya, GTX 660 (Non Ti) SLI is a good option.
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    CONCLUDED CONFIG:

    cpu: i5 3570k (14000)
    motherboard: asus maximus v gene (16000)
    ram: G.Skill RipjawsX 1600 MHz 4 GB x2 (1700+1700)
    psu: Corsair tx750 (6700) (although 650 W is required for this rig, but having extra power will air overclocking and maintain stability)
    hdd: WD black 1 TB (5500)
    GPU: Zotac gtx660 (14500+14500)
    cooler: CM hyper 412 slim (3000) or corsair ch40 (3200) your choice, air cooling or water cooling

    total: 77600

    OR, you may also get i7 3770k instead of i5 3570k, total with i7 3770k: 83600
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    @ Cilus the Sabertooth is a board that is good for stability and 24/7 stress use. Its a board that the OP can do without here. And since it is a Gaming Rig in question and hence moreover if by spending just Rs 3000 more someone can get one of the two Flagship ROG boards Asus offers in Z77 series with host of actual useful features and expandability option ,I see no point,despite having the budget, settling for a board that is no where near the performance the Maximus Formula offers. If I see what you see here he dosnt need either and can settle for the Maximus Gene / P8Z77 pro or a Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H.

    If somebody has a budget of Rs 80000 and wants to overclock I will never suggest him a Sabertooth but rather ask him to look at the very best the brand has to offer.


    Read This.....even I feel the same that a P8Z77 pro/deluxe is a saner option if you are smart enough and dont fall for the kiddish plastic facia on a mainboard.

    The Sabertooth has a simpler
    voltage regulator circuit, no Wi-Fi, and lacks a PLX switch chip (that allows
    higher performance when several data transfers are being executed at the
    same time). The Realtek ALC892 audio codec is also a better option
    for mainstream motherboards than top-shelf ones.


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    going by above info..... now formula makes much more sense in op's budget.

    it is either this or sth like v gene

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aj12 View Post
    ok.
    so build so far

    CPU : i5 3570K
    MOBO : Sabertooth Z77
    COOLER : Noctura NH-U12P SE2 (cant seem to find it.. so corsair a70?)
    RAM : G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL
    GPU : Sapphire 7970 oc
    HDD : WD Black WD1002FAEX
    PSU : hx650 80+ bronze/seasonic x660 ( rma issues ?)

    if i get an ax 850 or an hx 850, although it would overshoot the budget buy about 5-6k , would it be advisable to add a second 7970 later
    or should i just go with the single fastest gpu at this point of time ?
    Also if i have some extra cash to spare would it make sense to get an ax/hx 850 ?
    1. Upgrade the CPU to 3770K
    2. Get a Gene or Maximus V Forumla if you can.
    3. Get Corsair A70. Noctua is real hard to find, trust me. See if PrimeABGB has got new stock or not. 3 months before I emptied their stock.
    4. Good enough
    5. Good enough
    6. Good
    7. Season don't have RMA issues AFAIK but Corsair is much better thats why everyone suggest Corsair. I would also suggest you to go for Corsair

    As for later CF. By the time you decide to go for CF a new series of cards would be in the market already so I guess its better to get the best right now as per your budget.
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    Revised config

    CPU i7 3770K
    MOBO Maximus V Gene
    RAM G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL ( or Corsair Vengeance Red 8GB PC3 17000 2133MHz )
    GPU Sapphire 7970 oc
    HDD WD Black WD1002FAEX
    PSU Corsair HX 750 (modular)

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    Take the gskills. They are better for OCing.

    Why the 750w ? Considering the fact that you will OC both cpu/gpu, a 750w is too much for a single 7970 but too less for a 7970 CF.
    Its either a 650 or a 850, depending on what plans you have for later.
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    ^^ totally true....

    also what about cooling....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myth View Post
    Take the gskills. They are better for OCing.

    Why the 750w ? Considering the fact that you will OC both cpu/gpu, a 750w is too much for a single 7970 but too less for a 7970 CF.
    Its either a 650 or a 850, depending on what plans you have for later.
    will go with the gskills.
    i have no plan for plans for sli or cf so will go with the corsair hx 650.
    btw is the corsair hx 650 (gold) available in india, or shoud i just go with the regular hx 650 (bronze)

    Also is it worth getting an ax 650 if available ?

    Quote Originally Posted by draco21 View Post
    ^^ totally true....

    also what about cooling....
    trying to find a noctua nh-u12p se2/noctua dh 14
    if not will go with corsair A70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aj12 View Post
    will go with the gskills.
    i have no plan for plans for sli or cf so will go with the corsair hx 650.
    btw is the corsair hx 650 (gold) available in india, or shoud i just go with the regular hx 650 (bronze)

    Also is it worth getting an ax 650 if available ?
    There have been recent problems with the hx650. Not sure about recommending that.

    There is no ax650 (atleast the site doesnt mention one). Ax series start from 750.
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    There is not much difference between the Dh14 and the A70. A degree here and there. A70 is great too in every sense of the word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Myth View Post
    There have been recent problems with the hx650. Not sure about recommending that.
    with which version.
    gold or bronze?

    would it be safer to go with the newest version of the hx 650

    CORSAIR SMPS 650 HXUK

    How about the h80 ?

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    Read this : Corsair HX650v2 PSU squeaking noise

    You need not opt for a modular psu since your cabinet has good cable management. A tx650v2 can serve your purpose well enough, at much lower cost.

    H80 and above are worth their price.
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