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Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by gondar00, Aug 3, 2014.

  1. gondar00

    gondar00 Newbie

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    I am planning to get a gaming computer with lowest investment and highest performance ..
    can i get some recommendations for the computer configuration by you guys thanks in advance
     
  2. intruderj

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    Motherboard - EVGA SRX
    Processor - Intel Xeon 2687 (Cpu x2)
    Cpu Cooling - Frostbyte 360 x2
    Memory - 96 GB Corsair Dominator Platinum (1600 Speed)
    Graphics - Nvidia GTX Titan (x4 Graphics SLI)
    Hard Drive - 240 GB NeutronGTX Solidstate (x2 Raid 0)
    Case - Corsair 900D (Custom Alliance Paint)
    Power Supply - 1500 Watt EVGA Supernova Classified
    Headset - Razer Kraken Pro
    Keyboard - Razer Anansi
    Keypad - Razer Orbweaver
    Mouse - Razer Naga Molten
    Mousepad - Razer Goliathus Control Extended Edition
    Mouse Equipment - Razer Armadillo Weight

    That'd make a beast^
     
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    and costly too :)
     
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    I think you missed the "lowest investment and highest performance" part
     
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    he said lowest price, titan is top end nvidia card

    rec, 8 gig ddr 1600 its enough for games - win 7 - 1-2tb hard drive
    gtx 770 is bare min for high end games. 800w psu.
    cpu/mobo depends if u want amd or intel.
    ips led monitor 22-24 inch.
     
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    Here is the link to the YT video with exact same configuration - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbBcvApTTPY
     
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    that totally depends on your budget son.
     
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    What you need is a good old fashioned Vic 20, can't go wrong with a Vic 20.
     
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    Well, I'd start here: http://pcpartpicker.com/parts/partlist/. Make sure you have compatibility mode on, and it can help save you a lot of time. You can also get an idea of what the prices are. After you build the system you want, start searching around to find the cheapest price for each part, or if it's a possibility, see if you can bundle/group some items together to get a discount maybe. For GPU's you're going to get a lot of different varying opinions. I have 2 Radeon R9 270x's in mine and I love them.

    One thing you'll benefit from rather indirectly is the fact that mining for Scrypt coins has no moved over to ASIC mining. If you would've tried to build this about 8 months ago, you'd of had a hard time finding a good GPU period, let alone at any sort of decent price. It was so bad that places like NewEgg had marked up all of their Radeon cards by like $100 or more. Since that craze has now passed in large part the prices have come back down to earth. My friend actually just got an R9 290x for around $350-$375, and I think that was even with shipping. That would've been an easy $500-$600 at least around New Year's.
     
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    Looks like you just copy-pasted some ridiculous spec.

    96GB of ram, Titan grphics card in SLI and Xeon server processor for a budget gaming rig. Think twice before contaminating this forum with your randon bs, kid.
     
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    go easy on the kid there buddy.
     
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    What is your budget? I also recommend checking out pcpartpicker or going to NewEgg and sorting by number of reviews.
     
  16. gondar00

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    I live in India so around 45000rupees that is 650$ would be my budget
     
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    It depends on your budget, what's your limit?