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@ aksh3312, Here is the best configuration in the budget of Rs.

25,000/-

Processor - AMD A6-3500 - Rs.4650 - This is an APU which means it includes inbuilt graphic card also more powerful than Inte Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-A55M-S2H 4500 RAM - Corsair 2GB X 1 - 800 - Add another 2 GB later Hard Disk - Seagate 500 GB 4250 DVD Writer - LG 950 PSU - Corsair CX430 V2 2300 Cabinet - Zebronics Bijli(w/o psu) 1200 Monitor - Dell IN1930 (18.5") 5300 Keyboar and Mouse - Amkette ClASSIC DUO 400 UPS - Zebronics 600VA 1250 Speakers - Altec Lansing BXR1221 1000 Total is Rs.26,600 but once you go to local market and bargain, you should be able to get in your budget. Thanks Venkat, 2 products ADD ANOTHER PRODUCT SHOW ME: SIMILARITIES DIFFERENCES Change Remove E1951T 18.5"(47 cms)LG LED LCD Monitor, E51 Series Rs. 6520

Change Remove E1941S 18.5 (46.99 cms) LED LCD E41 Series Monitor Rs. 6130

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Gigabyte GA-EP35C-DS3R, our new favourite all-round board

A great combination of features at an excellent price makes this our new A-List board - suitable for just about everyone. 25-Aug-08 My Configuaration 1.Processor - Intel Core i7-3930K Sandy Bridge-E 3.2GHz (3.8GHz Turbo) LGA 2011 130W Six-Core Desktop Processor 2. Motherboard - ASUS Rampage IV Extreme LGA 2011 Intel X79 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Extended ATX Intel Motherboard 3. Memory - G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 32GB (8 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2133 (PC3 17000) 4.Storage - Corsair Force Series GT CSSD-F180GBGT-BK 2.5" 180GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)

5. Graphics Card (Two Nos in SLI configuration) - ASUS GEFORCE GTX 590 (FERMI) 3072MB 768-BIT GDDR5 PCI EXPRESS 2.0 X1

6. Cabinet - Thermaltake Level 10 GT (VN10001W2N) Black Steel SECC / Plastic ATX Full Tower Computer Case with Four Fans 7. PSU - CORSAIR Professional Series Gold AX1200 (CMPSU-1200AX) 1200W ATX12V v2.31 / EPS12V v2.92 SLI Certified 8. CPU Heatsink - CORSAIR H100 (CWCH100) Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler 9. Monitor - 27 inches Samsung/LG

There are many fake motherboards are avialble in the market. We have to be careful about this and if you plan to get the a Intel AMD

These PCs are sold with a years warranty most of the time. And if an issue arises, atlease in India, the pc will be held up at the

Apart from all these, they will charge you a lot more.A branded PC will cost you about $500 while an assembled PC of the sam

In an assembled PC, you get to handpick each and every component as you like. I usually prefer to go for a PC with a motherb There is no Branded PC in this world that would build me a PC with these specs. So, Ill build my own. What all do I need?

1. An Asus or Intel Mother Board with Genuine Intel Chipset if we are going to use an Intel Processor. Never go for Via chipse

2. A Processor, preferably the best available in the market. The one with the highest clock speed, and FSB, and Dual Core or Q

3. RAM. Windows supports only 4 GB of RAM if Im right. You wouldnt need more than that for a PC. So buy RAM as required 4. Hard Drives. You will need SATA 2 drives for great performance. DVD drives can be connected to IDE ports.

5. A cabinet for the CPU. The cabinet will come with an SMPS, or a switching mode power supply, which supplies power to th

6. A display adapter and a monitor. If you choose to buy a Motherboard with a display adapter built in, you wouldnt need to b 7. Keyboard and Mouse. Microsoft is the best. Suit yourself. 8. DVD Writer. I would recommend LG. 9. A soundcard if your motherboard doesnt come with one in built. 10. A USB card with as many number of ports u want if your motherboard doesnt have it. 11. Speakers ofcourse. Suit yourself.

Hi, I am a computer technician from Chennai. Based on your requirements, i would recommend the following configuration: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.5GHz (E5200) Gigabyte DG31 Motherboard Transcend 2GB DDR2 667 FSB Seagate 250GB SATA Hard Drive Microsoft Keyboard + Mouse Creative 2.1 Inspire Palit 8400GS 512MB Graphic Card LG 22x DVD RW Zebronics Vivid Cabinet

All of them would totally cost you Rs. 21528 (inclusive of all taxes) My email ID is maniganz@gmail.com (Note: This is a reseller price which i am offering. You cannot find it anywhere else)

AMD A-Series Processor Model Number and Feature Com


AMD A-Series Accelerated Processor Model Number and Feature Comparisons Radeon CPU Cores on Total L2 Cores on Radeon Brand CPU Clock Speed Die TDP Cache Die1

Model

AMD A-Series Accelerated Processors A8-3870K A8-3850 A8-3800 A6-3670K A6-3650 A6-3600 A6-3500 A4-3400 A4-3300
2 2

HD 6550D HD 6550D HD 6550D HD 6530D HD 6530D HD 6530D HD 6530D HD 6410D HD 6410D

3.0GHz 2.9GHz 2.7GHz/ 2.4GHz 2.7GHz 2.6GHz 2.4GHz/ 2.1GHz 2.4GHz/ 2.1GHz 2.7GHz 2.5GHz

4 cores 4 cores 4 cores 4 cores 4 cores 4 cores 3 cores 2 cores 2 cores

100W 100W 65W 100W 100W 65W 65W 65W 65W

4MB 4MB 4MB 4MB 4MB 4MB 3MB 1MB 1MB

400 400 400 320 320 320 320 160 160

Mouse-controlled UEFI BIOS with AMD A55 Chipset & New FM1 Socket APU
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_Socket_FM1/F1A55/ProductPrint/

d also more powerful than Intel ones best for multimedia and Office usage.

e for just about everyone.

ore Desktop Processor ATX Intel Motherboard

-BIT GDDR5 PCI EXPRESS 2.0 X16 SLI SUPPORT

Computer Case with Four Fans

S12V v2.92 SLI Certified

his and if you plan to get the assembled system, buy it from the authorized dealers. Other will be using the fake parts. The best mother

ia, the pc will be held up at the service center for over 2 months. If you think you can service it, and open the CPU, your warranty is void,

ile an assembled PC of the same config will cost you only about $300.

r to go for a PC with a motherboard that has nothing built in, and with atleast 7 PCI Slots. I usually have more than 1 hard drives on a PC. I

y own. What all do I need?

cessor. Never go for Via chipset for Intel Processors. If its AMD, we will need a suitable chipset for that. The motherboard shouldnt have a

d, and FSB, and Dual Core or Quad Core, depending on your requirement. a PC. So buy RAM as required, with the highest possible FSB, compatible with your motherboard.

d to IDE ports.

ly, which supplies power to the CPU components. This really has to be of a good made, since even a variation of a millivolt could damage

built in, you wouldnt need to buy one seperately. However, my advise is to go for a good one and plug it to your AGP port. A display ad

d the following configuration:

not find it anywhere else)

nd Feature Comparisons
GPU Clock DIRECTX Speed Version DDR3 Speed

Feature Comparisons

UVD

600 MHz 600 MHz 600 MHz 444 MHz 444 MHz 444 MHz 444 MHz 600 MHz 444 MHz

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

UVD3 UVD3 UVD3 UVD3 UVD3 UVD3 UVD3 UVD3 UVD3

1866 1866 1866 1866 1866 1866 1866 1600 1600

ew FM1 Socket APUs

g the fake parts. The best motherboards in the market are

n the CPU, your warranty is void, and there is nothing much that you can do to claim warranty. And most of these PCs are sold with Wind

more than 1 hard drives on a PC. I need lots of USB ports, and I hate to use USB expanders n all. I need a DVD Writer. And I need Huuuge R

The motherboard shouldnt have a thin built in. All that it should be having is a processor slot, and PCI slots for expansion, and an AGP slot

iation of a millivolt could damage the components very badly. The cabinets also come with screws. You will need to buy a screw driver se

g it to your AGP port. A display adapter is always a bottleneck to PCs, so you will need a good one, and make sure that it is not attached to

st of these PCs are sold with Windows preinstalled, and if you may want to run Linux or Solaris, the license that comes with the PC will be

DVD Writer. And I need Huuuge RAM.

ots for expansion, and an AGP slot, IDE and SATA ports, and RAM slots. If you can get a motherboard without the IDE and SATA ports, use

will need to buy a screw driver separately however.

make sure that it is not attached to your motherboard if possible. As for the monitor, you could go for a CRT or an LCD monitor. Monitors

se that comes with the PC will be wasted, and you will also find that the PC is specially made for Windows, and will not support linux or so

hout the IDE and SATA ports, use seperate PCI cards, the performance will be really great. The general idea is just to let the motherboard

CRT or an LCD monitor. Monitors are available in various sizes and resolution. So suit yourself. My advise is, go for LG or Sony if you are go

ws, and will not support linux or solaris, as it will include components which will not have open drivers.

dea is just to let the motherboard serve the PCI devices and the Processor and memory alone for optimum performance.

e is, go for LG or Sony if you are going for CRT, or go for Acer or Benq if you are going for LCD.

um performance.