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u/Artrain90 · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

First off, I'd advise don't go for overclocking just for the sake of doing it. Reason?

  1. PC components are not designed to run at much higher clocks out of the box. When you do overclock, you need to compensate by providing additional cooling so that the system doesn't overheat. Additional cooling means additional cost.

  2. Overclocking voids warranty if the manufacturer is able to detect that you did it.

    Considering that, and seeing as you're looking to mainly game, I'd suggest an Intel build:

    CPU - i5 8400 Rs. 13,290
    Why did I go for it? Excellent gaming processor. You could practically forget about it and focus your upgrading attention purely on the GPU in the future.

    Motherboard - Gigabyte B360M Rs. 8070
    Budget friendly, and does the job.

    RAM - Gskill RipJaws 2400Mhz Rs. 6490
    Because 1x8GB sticks are cheaper than 2x4GB. And 2x4GB don't seem to be coming in kits on mdcomputers or vedantcomputers' website. They are available on amazon but dang costly.

    PSU - Corsair CX450 80+ Bronze Rs. 3200
    Power supplies ensure that your components are safe from being fried by random electrical mishaps. Very important to go for at least a 80+ bronze rated PSU!

    GPU - MSI GTX 1060 3GB Rs. 20,700
    Why a 3GB not a 6GB? Your budget constraints. Also a 6GB is not that awesome a performer over a 3GB as people think. Especially when we're talking for 1080p res and 60Hz display. Max gains you'll see are 10% in framerates. Oh and this is one thing that you can overclock to your heart's content!

    HDD - Seagate 1TB 7200RPM Rs. 2840

    Case - Corsair Spec 1 Blue Rs. 2850
    I'm not an expert in cases. But cases are the simplest part of your build (construction wise). Went for this one cause it has 2x120mm front fans, 2x120mm top fans, and 1x120mm rear fan space. Will be enough for your overclocking needs.

    Monitor - BenQ GW2270 VA Panel Rs. 6990
    A VA panel. Supposedly has better colours than TN panels and excellent viewing angles. 1080p, 60Hz and 22". Quite cheap too.

    Total = Rs. 64,430.

    Now, since we're under your max budget, here are few options you have to improve your build:

  3. Get a GTX 1060 6GB instead of 3GB. It will cost you ~6k more. Advantages? On an average 5% increase in frame rate, at the most 10%. Here's a link to a an Inno3D GTX 1060 6GB (Rs. 26,400). Do I think its worth it? Possibly. But since you're anyway on a 1080p 60Hz resolution, you might as well save money here.

  4. Get a better motherboard. A Z370 motherboard will cost you an additional ~2.5k. Benefits? Upgradability, overclocking, and ability to put in faster RAM. In case you feel the need to go for an 8600K or a 8700K in the future, this is the MoBo you go for. Note, the curret i5 8400 does not overclock, but it is a damn good processor for gaming. Here's a link to a MSI Z370 A Pro Motherboard (Rs. 10,600)

  5. Get a better monitor. This one's upto you as I have no much information about best sub 10K monitors. The BenQ I've selected is a VA panel, which means very nice colours, but you can go for something like this LG 22MP68VQ IPS display monitor (Rs. 9820)

  6. Get an additional 8GB RAM stick, cause 16GB is just perfect!

  7. Get additional storage space by either going for 2TB HDD (Rs. 4590) or, going for an 250GB SSD(Rs.6700). I'd personally suggest the latter. It just makes your PC experience so much better when you have an SSD! Even more so with an M.2 SSD.

    In the end, its upto you. If you need any more help/second opinion on parts of your build or any other questions, feel free to ask!
u/AbhiFT · 3 pointsr/IndianGaming

AX1200i? That's an excellent PSU there!

>Processor - Ryzen threadripper will be overkill? Like 2950x?

Yes! Threadripper is not meant for gaming. It is for productivity. Ryzen 2700x will be more than enough for you. If you want, you can buy the overpriced 8700K.

>Monitor (4K required?) - I would prefer at least 2K or above with good color accuracy. Preferably IPS panels and good connectivity (DP 1.4, HDMI 2.0 - if possible)

4K gaming is pretty useless. Better get 1440p 144hz monitor.

XB271HU IPS 144Hz G-Sync 52,000

u/rigamortic · 12 pointsr/IndianGaming

HyperX Cloud Stinger Core for 3.5k (blue) -

I use them for gaming on console and PC. Spatial audio is really good especially in competitive games like Apex. Easy on the ears if you're gonna use it for hours at a stretch, retractable and easy-adjustable mic. There's a button to turn the mic off/on and also a volume slider. I use it for the same stuff as you pretty much and the overall sound quality is pretty good.

u/DomSS07 · 4 pointsr/IndianGaming

You want a PC + monitor in 80k right?

I'd recommend you this-

AMD Ryzen 5 2600 @16700

MSI B450 Tomahawk @9600

Corsair Vengeance 8GB @6000

Samsung 860 EVO 250GB @4650

Antec EAG550W Pro @5650

Inno3D GTX 1060 6GB @23400

Corsair 100R @2900

LG 24MP59G @12600

Totals up to 81,500.

This build will last you a long time, though you'll need to add another stick of 8GB RAM at some point later. As for NVMe, the extra speed is not worth the extra price premium you'll have to pay, and unless you're moving really large video files/projects, you'll not find the performance for the extra speed you get. All new motherboards are compatible with SATA 6Gb/s and have atleast one connector rated at that speed. UPS can be a delayed purchase as well, rather spend that money on the components now and get the UPS later. The GPU is very good for the monitor which is a 1080p IPS panel that can go upto 75Hz, and the 1060 has enough muscle to run games on high/ultra for the next year or so @60Hz. Since TX550m has a shortage of supply, I'd rather recommend you to get the EAG550W Pro offered by Antec, it's also a capable PSU rated at 80+ Gold, and PSU is a component you really shouldn't cheap out on. I hope you have an old HDD that you can reuse, or you'll have to add another 3k for a 1TB HDD, something like the Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM 1TB would be a good choice.


u/divijkm · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

i feel that for gaming, red switches are the best, by far. They are the fastest and most responsive.

THIS is one of the best keyboard in the business around your budget.

for headphones, get THIS or THIS

i can personally recommend the former as an owner. see THIS to make up your mind

u/frustrated_baby · 0 pointsr/IndianGaming

This is a very pricey build for a casual PC. I suggest you to not go with this build unless you plan on upgrading later. here are some alternatives.

Remember to always make a build around the monitor and therefore decide the monitor first.

heres a cheap one, approx rs6300

processor :- it s better to go with intel since motherboard for kaby lake s cheaper for cheaper processor.

heres a good combo

g4560, 2core 4 threads, rs4900

mobo ,rs4300, max ram speed supported 2300mhz

hdd is fine, ram is fine too

since build is light, u dont need aftermarket psu, get a zebronics cabinet psu combo for 2k

dvd drive not needed, m/kb goes for 500 locally, ups,fans not needed, speakers rs500

total cost :- 28000

save the rest for a 1050ti

sorry for the formatting.

u/donkanonji · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

Ok, this is a little expensive but since you said you're willing to go up to 40K:

Pentium G4560 CPU - 4,620

MSI H110M Pro VH Plus Mobo - 4,145/-

Corsair Vengeance 8 GB RAM - 4,400/-

WD Blue 1 TB HDD - 3,609/-

Sapphire RX 570 OC Pulse GPU - 15,399/-

Corsair VS 450 PSU - 2,400/-

Cooler Master CMP 250 Case - 2,415/-

Total - 36,988/- (without shipping cost)

One stick of RAM so you can upgrade to 16 GB later if you want. And a decent GPU so you can play the latest games with a good experience.

EDIT: Just noticed you want WiFi and Bluetooth on the board. In that case there's the Gigabyte GA-Z170N-WiFi for 12,990. But that's an ~8K difference, taking your total budget to 45,833/-. Everything listed is kinda cheap so you could probably reuse your existing hard drive to save at least that 3.6K, bringing it slightly lower to 42,224/-.

The cheaper option would be to add a USB WiFi+Bluetooth Thingamajig for 399/-, taking your total budget to 37,387/- without shipping cost.

u/a_Ninja_b0y · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming

I have revised your build .

Cpu -

MB -

Ram -

Storage -

Power supply -

Case -

Why did I change your build ? I did not like your RAM and MB choices, don't cheap out on them as ryzen loves fast ram and a overclockable MB .

I would say if you cant fit it all into your budget, better ditch the ssd, but get a good MB and RAM combo .

Feel free guys to change/improve this build in any way .

u/Jc36 · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming

For headphones go for comfort instead of bling. You will be wearing them for long stretches of time, well cushioned and padded cans will serve you well. Check out the Sennheiser HD 202, very good in this price bracket and pretty comfortable. It is out of stock in Amazon/Flipkart, but it usually goes for 2k.

For monitor you can check LG 24MP88HV(24") or LG 22MP68VQ 22", good IPS panels both of them.

u/drazzoverlord · 3 pointsr/IndianGaming

got these for 350 rs during lighting deal, really good for gaming, my earlier earphone use to echo too much, these ones dont

on the other hand please dont listen to music on these, its decent but not to good

on the added benefits if you play dota like i do the colour of your headphones change according to you health of the game, i think the same would be with csgo

mic works pretty good, no one has any problem with me talking to them

get these if you just wanna go cheap

one big problem is that these are usb headphones

u/distorted_cookie · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

I'll try to rec parts from and

CPU: For now, Ryzen 5 1600 , 13900

Mobo: Gigabyte AB350-Gaming 3 8059, has good VRM cooling and NVMe support

RAM: Crucial Ballistix Elite 16GBx1, 3000MHz,12100, buy 2 if you can.

If you can not, an alternative will be GSkill Flare X 8GBx2, 13562

SSD: Samsung 860EVO, 6050

HDD: WB Blue 1TB, 2920. Could also go for a 2TB HDD, price difference will be about 2k

GPU: MSI 1080ti Gaming X, 72500. One of the better 1080tis

PSU: Corsair CX650m semi modular 80+ bronze, 5700

Case: Cooler master mastercase lite 5, 3600

Monitor: Samsung 23.5" 4k TN, 28200. Pretty small for a 4k monitor.

If you need a larger one, LG 27UD68P, 37,944, and a IPS to boot.

Notes: Ryzen 2000 series will be available for purchase in 2 months, you may consider that. Also, NVIDIA is rumored to launch new GPUs soon, so also look out for that. This build is a beast an will run most stuff released till 2017 in 4k60 with High-Ultra mixed settings. Also, you may opt for a 1440p monitor. Buy keyboard and mouse to your fancy.

Total cost: 1.45L to 1.6L

u/YamiKishi · 6 pointsr/IndianGaming

You didn't mention a resolution or budget. I'm going to assume you're looking for a 1080p screen.

This here is a really good monitor:
It is a TN though, so color accuracy and viewing angles aren't great. But it is still a great panel.

Here's another TN panel:
Supposedly better color accuracy for a lower contrast ratio.

A VA panel:
This has better color accuracy, but CFG70 is believed to have a purple ghosting issue, which is supposedly fixed in CFG73. Although, I haven't seen this model in any of the Indian e-commerce sites.
Also, this has a small curve so might not be something you want.

This could also be another option, the design might be better:
A few people have reported frame skipping issue with this model. So might want to look into that.

u/Th3Assasinat0R · 4 pointsr/IndianGaming

Here are my specs for those asked

CPU - Intel i9-9900K

Motherboard - Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro Wifi

Cooler - Noctua NH D15S

GPU - Galax RTX 2080 Super 1 Click 8GB

HDD - Seagate Barracuda 2TB

SSD - Samsung 970Evo 500GB NVME

RAM - Gskill Trident Z RGB (16x2) 3200 Mhz

Smps - Antec HCG1000 Extreme

Case - Corsair 460X

Costed me ~INR 200,000.

Peripherals and accessories that I purchased myself (already had the mouse and headset, bought the rest recently)

Mouse - Logitech G402

Headset - SteelSeries Siberia P300

Keyboard - Cosmic Byte CB-GK-12

Monitor - 144hz Variant: Acer Nitro 23.8 inch IPS 1080p Freesync

UPS - APC BX1100C-IN 1100VA/660W

u/a_lucky_gamer · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

This is considered an excellent monitor if you are going to play competitively :

This is also very good but a little higher priced, comes with a VA panel which makes it miles better than TN panel for contrast ratio,colour and blacks:

(amazon prices could be higher than buying locally)

u/sparoc3 · 5 pointsr/IndianGaming

Why is this build for 49k without a graphic card? You don't need a DVD drive , get rid of it .

Get a 2400mhz RAM you don't need that fancy stuff . You can probably find the CPU for 1K less . The monitor is priced almost double , you can easily get a good 1080p monitor for 6-7k. There you go 7k or more saved

Monitor CPU RAM

u/Jafin365 · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

i have been using Logitech Prodigy G213 RGB Gaming Keyboard for 2 years now its a Logitech membrane keyboard, build quality is really good and rgb backlghting is also good you can also do so much with Logitech software if u want a good keyboard that will last a while go for it. ps its also on sale

u/manav907 · 1 pointr/IndianGaming


24MP59G ooh this one seems really good it even has 99 sRGB and meets all my requirements I think we may have a winner here though it is still under my budget I would like to see an even better option I really want to get the most of my money since I am also going to by a Duckey One RGB 2 Full which is about 12000 it would kind of be sad if I had a monitor that is worth less than that.

u/skankhunt42096 · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming

LG 24in this one is 9k but has freesync and 75hz

LG 22in standard display for 7.4k

There are few other from benq and Samsung with have good ratings but I've never used a VA panel and can't tell you how good they will be.

u/Rkpandey123 · 14 pointsr/IndianGaming

CPU: Intel Pentium G4560 7th Gen - 4.65k

GPU: Zotac GTX 1050 Ti 4GB - 11.7k Buy Zotac only because you get 5years warranty by registering online for free.

MOTHERBOARD : Gigabyte H110 BIOS Updated - 4.46k

RAM: Crucial 8GB 2133MHz DDR4 - 4.1k

HDD: WD 1TB Blue - 3.6k

SMPS: Antec BP450 450W - 1.89k

CABINET: 2.3k (Circle CC 819)

TOTAL: 32.7K

If your budget is strictly 30K, or if you are using a 720p monitor instead of 1080p, then go for Zotac GTX 1050 mini 2GB - 9.3k


I think that this is DEFINITELY the best build under 30K.

u/dflamingo · 3 pointsr/IndianGaming

At the 1k Price point, all backlit keyboards are going to be more or less the same. Buy whichever one that has the best support/warranty. The RedGear one's are pretty decent and comes with an aluminium body as opposed to the plastic competition

u/abhiccc1 · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

No, it's only 60hz.

  1. - best if you can afford it. It has freesync as well, which is great as you have Vega GPU.



    Other options:

  2. - same as above but no freesync
  3. - same but no freesync

    See if you can find these for cheaper somewhere or even if you can find other monitors with same specs. These are best i could find.
u/VirtualDeparture · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming

I just ordered this monitor, it seems to have pretty good reviews for PS4 pro as well.

u/sigmaborne · 1 pointr/IndianGaming
  • Try getting ASUS VZ249H, they usually cost around 10K at offline stores and sometimes during online sale. One of the best looking IPS panels under 20K.
  • LG 24MP59G is an IPS panel with HDMI and display ports.
  • Samsung LS24F350 is another good IPS panel.
u/TheBlackRipper · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

Go with ryzen 5 1600 and a b350 mobo. You'll save more money. And then you'll be able to buy a 144hz monitor. Like this one.

LG 24" Class Full HD Gaming Monitor (24" Diagonal) 24GM79G-B Black/ 144Hz Refresh Rate /1ms Motion Blur Reduction/AMD FreeSyncTM/Dynamic Action Sync/Black Stabilizer Latest 2017

It's the cheapest one on amazon so there's cheaper versions than this. Look on and Or vedant computers.

u/dapotatopapi · 6 pointsr/IndianGaming

You could check out Samsung c24fg70.

1080p, 144hz and it's VA, which is better than TN for colors and angles. Seems to be around the 23k mark too. Haven't personally used it but looks good to me. Keep in mind though, it's curved. Could be a pro or a con depending on preference.

Edit: This

u/yashgoel236437 · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

This one- Price is 3k in Amazon including 1 fan and you can mount 8 fans in total so you can buy some extra 120 mm fan with your remaining 1 k .

u/northzone13 · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming

Sorry no idea about this. I'd still say wait for a deal on Hyperx stinger and get that. I have had really good experience with hyperx headphones.



Edit : Here


Not much of a price diff from your steelseries headphone

u/DistressedSignal · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming

I use the Logitech F710. It's a bit heavy and the triggers are harder to press but for the price it's a good controller.


The XBOne wireless is up for 4199.

u/gooner_ik · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

You can have a look on this...its a bit over the budget but I have heard good reviews about it.

LG 24 inch Gaming Monitor - 1m, 144Hz, Full HD, TN Panel with, HDMI, Display Port, USB Ports - 24GM79G (Black)

u/_that_clown_ · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

I am using Logitech Prodigy G213 for some time now, It's amazing.

Price: 3890

Edit: Didn't see the description, It's RGB, So Don't mind it. I'll still leave the comment up if someone wants to buy an RGB one.

u/cyber_god_odin · 6 pointsr/IndianGaming

Please be specific , what's the budget ? What's existing Mobo you are using ? Do you want to upgrade Mobo too?
Any ways here is to cheap processor which can some what game -

Intel G4560 7th Genenration Pentium Dual Core Processor

Note - it will bottleneck anything above 1050 or Rx 560

u/sandymsu · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

Actually, I am little bit confused which monitor should i go , 4K or 2k, i know from below acer has g-sync, 144hz. it great combo with my RTX 2080, i am waiting for the bechmark, how it perform over 4k , then will decided, i am going to purchase ryzen 2600x, gigabyte/asus x470 motherboard, 16 GB ram...etc... within this week...

  1. LG 27UK650 27-inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with HDR10 (White)
  2. Acer Predator XB271HU 27" WQHD IPS NVIDIA 2560X1440 (2K), 144 Hz G-Sync

u/VSuhas22 · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

I know that this is an old thread, but I'm just making sure
This is the monitor you're talking about right. I was about to buy this monitor, but it went out of stock. How often does it come back in stock?

u/Gaminger_boi · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

LG 24 inch (60.96 cm) Gaming LED Monitor

This one is a good monitor and is under your budget.

u/berserker2702 · 3 pointsr/IndianGaming

I already have this cabinet and corsair vs 650 psu. Will this two be ok for vega?

u/Gbeast212 · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

Any idea how is this?

I am new to gaming i have no idea which panel to get. I have only heard that 1ms response time and high refresh rate is good.
Could you help me? I have no idea which one to buy

u/rihit4813 · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

I am thinking of getting the quotes from different vendors and see it if I can squeeze 2070.
The mouse looks like a good option.

The monitor looks like a TN display.
I was hoping to squeeze in VA display.
I was thinking about as an alternative but seems expensive.

Although I have no idea between TN and VA displays practically whether the difference is noticeable.

u/Beertard · 15 pointsr/IndianGaming

Monitor: Samsung LC27JG54QQWXXL 27" - 1440p - 144 Hz - VA Panel

Mouse: Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury

Keyboard: Redgear Invador MK881 Mechanical Keyboard- Brown Switches

And about 300 diapers

The monitor is mind-blowing, huge upgrade coming from a 14" 720p laptop.

I hardly notice any issue with then viewing angles.

No dead pixels.

The keyboard is pretty sturdy. Keys feel good. Will take me a few days to get used to it.

u/hfsyou · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

Do not buy this.
I repeat, do no buy this.

Absolutely shitty mic, low quality sound and horrible build quality. Only positive is it's light weight.

Got it for 250 on sale. Not worth even 100.

I also had iball one for 350 or so. Was much better, nice clear loud sound and way better mic. But was heavy and a little uncomfortable. But you cannot expect anything more for 350 bucks.

There is another one on sale right now with decent reviews though looks kinda stupid. Search for "steelseries Sims headphones" for 999.
Here you go -

u/RageDriver2401 · 11 pointsr/IndianGaming

HyperX Cloud Stinger Core for ₹1,799. Is this a good deal for a PS4 user for playing CoD?

u/satyanjoy · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

I found this one - LC24FG70FQ , 23k at amazon now

u/i_am_infinity · 3 pointsr/IndianGaming

Played Battlefield 5 on 144 fps and it was butter smooth. No stutter/tearing so far. Type the same model name on Amazon, you can't miss it. I will link as well in some time.

Here you go - LG Ultragear 144Hz,1ms 32" QHD (2K) Gaming Monitor with Radeon Freesync - 32GK650

u/l33tmaniac · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming

There's a 32inch version from LG. However, it's mostly sold out on Amazon. He can see if it's available offline:

u/cloud_jumper · 3 pointsr/IndianGaming

SteelSeries The SIMs 4 Gaming Headset 51161 Bought this for 499 during sale. It often available close to 599.

It is decent headphone.

u/Cynaren · 4 pointsr/IndianGaming

Since you seem really on a tight budget...

Here you go : SteelSeries The SIMs 4 51161 Gaming Headset

@Rs.350. Hurry up.

Your next buy should be hyperx cloud.

Or Philips X2 with Vmoda boom mic. (more expensive).

u/maaz0036 · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

LG 24 inch Gaming Monitor - 1ms, 75Hz,Full HD, IPS Panel with VGA, HDMI, Display Port, Heaphone Ports - 24MP59G (Black)

Will this work

u/WarVariC · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming

Samsung CFG73 Series 23.5" Curved C24FG73FQN - LED Backlit Computer Monitor For Business / Gaming / Quantum Dot (QLED) technology

u/orcapuca · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming
  1. LG 24 inch Gaming 4K UHD Monitor - 4K UHD, IPS Panel with HDMI, Display, Audio Out, Heaphone Ports - 24UD58 (Black) - 20999(22999)
  2. LG 27 inch 4K-UHD (3840 x 2160) HDR 10 Monitor (Gaming & Design) with IPS Panel, HDMI x 2, Display Port, AMD Freesync  - 27UK650 (White) - 29999 (32499)
u/allipse · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming

Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 3000 (PC4-24000) C16 PC Memory (CMK8GX4M1D3000C16)

u/GamingwithVishal · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 3000Mhz for Intel 7th, 8th Gen & Ryzen Series Motherboard, High Speed Ram CMK8GX4M1D3000C16

Is this one good??

u/iamabadliar_ · 7 pointsr/IndianGaming

Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 3000 (PC4-24000) C16 PC Memory (CMK8GX4M1D3000C16)

u/RaghuNath1419 · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

HyperX HX-HSCSC-BK Cloud Stinger Core Gaming Headset (Black)

u/AlfazNexuz · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

LG Ultragear 144Hz,1ms 32" QHD (2K) Gaming Monitor with Radeon Freesync - 32GK650

u/raysoham · 5 pointsr/IndianGaming

Got this for 24k. Listed on LG website for 60k.

LG Ultragear 144Hz,1ms 32" QHD (2K) Gaming Monitor with Radeon Freesync - 32GK650

u/Dremora_Lord · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

DVI to VGA doesn't work.. At least not ones like these.. Ask for a HDMI to VGA converter..

u/pc_throwawa · 2 pointsr/IndianGaming

No. It costs ₹18k on amazon.

e: shorter link
e2: It is cheaper now. ₹5900.

u/ticktik1 · 5 pointsr/IndianGaming

Recently bought sims 4 steel series mouse and headset for ₹536 and ₹515. For the price there is absolutely no match. Their mousepad is also available for 99 rupees if you can bear with the horrible background.