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  1. I commented above, the reply button wasn't working before for some reason
  2. I commented above, the reply button wasn't working before for some reason
  3. 3300x is unavailable. If I skimp out on processor, I can jump from 1660 to 1660 super.
  4. I'm making a budget gaming pc and trying to splurge more on the graphics card. If you were to make a balanced decision, which of these is a better processor? I'm from India. Ryzen 3 3100 - INR 8,999 Ryzen 5 3500 - INR 12,000
  5. Also, I'm getting the 2700 at the same price, so 3600 is still a better buy?
  6. Ok thanks. But is it worth going for it over the 2600 considering the price gap?
  7. I've given the complete budget at about 50-60k and decent graphics cards are very expensive here in India. So, I was thinking of getting a CPU which is the right balance. The 1600 af never came to India and 3300x isn't much available. The out of stock price on a website was 11.5k INR. I was thinking of going for a b450 motherboard, probably an asrock or aorus elite.
  8. So should I pay the extra 8gb worth of ram stick price for it, over 2600? Also, any thoughts on 2700? If I should go for that as a better future proofing solution?
  9. So I'm building a pc which is going to be mostly used for gaming, at 1080p and am unable to decide which processor to go for. I'm looking mostly at Ryzen CPUs and am confused which one as the prices are very close. I'm trying to find a balance between cheap and future proofing but yeah, at the end it's for gaming so I'd like to spend more on GPU. Final budget would be around 55-60k INR and 70k would be an uncomfortable stretch. Any advice is welcome and maybe even pointers as to how you recommended the CPU, so hopefully in future I don't have to ask this again :p. Also, how much performance does one get from going for the X series like 3600X over 3600. Ryzen 5 3600x - INR 20,999 (280$) Ryzen 5 3600 - INR 17,471 (234$) Ryzen 7 2700x - INR 19,999 (267$) Ryzen 7 2700 - INR 18,999 (254$) Ryzen 5 2600x - INR 14,473 (193$) Ryzen 5 2600 - INR 13,231 (176$) Ryzen 5 3500 - INR 11,050 (148$)
  10. Lol... My research proved as sufficient and as hopeless. It's okay man, that's how it is with laptops in India. Either shell out a lot of money, that you don't have or buy a cheaper, worse model and hope it doesn't bail out on you before 2-3 years. Still, thanks for taking out the time to help.
  11. Ok man, you're quite better experienced than me, I've only had two laptops yet. One of them being an HP bs662tu which is a laptop noone would even recommend honestly and the other a Lenovo IP520. Both of them I haven't had to take to a service centre as of yet, and I got an HDMI changed in the Lenovo from a third party, bcoz here, in India, cheaper solution is what you go for period. It's not too smart but mostly works out fine and the company almost usually has the same people working but ask for much higher prices. So, please be a little more descriptive coz my experience with laptops is almost nil. So you kinda gotta be a little more patient and descriptive with me hehe. Also I have a budget of about under ₹60k + 2k with a lot of pleading. Plus, in India typically laptop prices are quite high, my only basis being amazon.com to check prices abroad. Thanks for the help
  12. It's one year for all laptops here whether it be dell, HP or Lenovo. If possible, can you suggest some other laptops, maybe 4-5 options, I'll check their price.
  13. Enlighten me, maybe. O thought it was the configuration with the cheaper GPU, rest all have a configuration with the Nvidia GTX 1050 or ti
  14. Enlighten me, maybe. O thought it was the configuration with the cheaper GPU, rest all have a configuration with the Nvidia GTX 1050 or ti
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