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  1. I would suggest you to go for a budget smartphone from Xiaomi. Redmi Note 9 Pro is quite good for the use case you've mentioned. It has ample power and can handle day to day tasks fine for the next 3 years at least. It's splash proof too. Just buy the 6 GB RAM varient and flash a custom ROM if you can. Another option would be Redmi K20 Pro(Mi 9t Pro). It has a solid build quality and great performance (for the price). But it's not dust and water resistant if that matters to you. If you want dust and water resistance, you can have a look at OnePlus 7. The be
  2. Just asking. Why are you going for an Intel build? Let me help you better this current build: 1. CPU Case: Go for MSI Forge 100R, Cooler Master Box MB511 or Ant eSports ICE 511 MT. 2. SSD: WD SN550 is much better at a similar price 3. Monitor: Again, not a bad choice but I found these ones to be better: Acer VG240Y: https://store.acer.com/en-in/monitors/acer-vg240y Acer VG270: https://store.acer.com/en-in/monitors/acer-vg270 5. CPU: Hear me out first. It doesn't make sense to go for Intel 10th Gen CPUs in India. They haven't released it here yet. Even if th
  3. If you want a phone purely for gaming, you can go ahead with Poco F1. However, as a Poco F1 user myself, I wish to bring some cons to your notice. Cons: 1. The Notch: Since your main purpose is gaming, the type of notch in Poco F1 might pose a few hindrances to you. It sometimes obstructs the controls or screen movements(like using Claw on PUBG or CODM or while using on-screen controls in Real Racing 3). It's a minor annoyance, but I thought I should point it out. 2. The Speakers: The F1 has a stereo speaker setup where the earpiece acts like a secondary speaker. Frankl
  4. I would like to point out some in-built features found in OnePlus 8 Pro(and most of the Android UIs in general). 1. Parallel Space and Parallel Apps- Suppose you want to keep your professional and personal apps/contacts seperate on your phone. You can do that by using this feature. Parallel Space is just like having two devices within one. You can use 2 WhatsApp accounts, 2 contact lists, 2 Facebook, Instagram, etc by enabling this feature. You can also protect the second space by enabling password, pattern, PIN or Fingerprint unlock methods. All you need to do is- Head over
  5. As far as the memory speed information goes, I only meant the stock specifications. Information taken from official AMD and Nvidia websites. Again, I agree that wording is sketchy.
  6. 1. When I said "the GTX cards in question are more efficient than their Radeon counterparts" I meant only those cards which are taken into consideration here. The wording might have been a bit sketchy. Sorry for that and thanks for pointing it out. 2. Yeah. Your mileage may vary. It basically boils down to the settings and how many pixels the screen is pushing at a given time. That's why I also said that RX 5500 XT is a good option apart from the cards taken into account here.
  7. Depends on what your use case is...if the VRAM is important to you, you can go with the 8GB cards from AMD. The best thing I would suggest is that you should go for GTX 1660Ti/Super rather than the vanilla 1660(if your budget permits that is). If VRAM is not important (like in if you play popular AAA titles or anything but don't use the GPU for heavy workloads), you should go for GTX 1660. Another point to consider is the efficiency. The GTX cards in question are no doubt more power efficient than their Radeon counterparts here owing to their newer architecture. Another thing is th
  8. If I have to give my 2 cents, it all depends on the prices. If you're getting the Intel CPU for a competitive price as compared to Ryzen 7 3700x(almost similar performance and it's around 20-30% cheaper here in India) or Ryzen 9 3900x(the best overall processor in the market right now). Plus, most games nowadays are really more of a GPU intensive workload than ever(also depends on what kind of games you're planning to play). So you'll be fine for few years even if you choose a 6 core CPU with hyper threading. The tasks that really need the prowess of the CPU are video encoding, rendering, grap
  9. I am grateful for your suggestions. But is MSI Tomahawk really worth spending that much? I think I can get B550 motherboards for that price. Is Newegg India reliable? Most of the products ship from the US. So will the company cover warranty here in India? Another concern for me is will it get struck with the Customs? I think the case is a bit too high for my budget. Thank you again
  10. Thanks a lot for the suggestions. I am getting RTX 2060 at 26k though at Prime ABGB. https://www.primeabgb.com/online-price-reviews-india/inno3d-geforce-rtx-2060-twin-x2-6gb-gddr6-gaming-graphics-card-n20602-06d6-1710va15l/
  11. Thanks a lot for the suggestions. They are indeed very useful. 1. Point noted regarding Motherboards. I am taking MSI B-450-A Pro Max 2. The prices of GPUs here are a bit confusing. I am getting the cheapest RX 5600 XT(which is out of stock) at a comparable price to RXT 2060(both around 26,000 INR). The in-stock RX 5600 XT(s) go for around 30,000 INR(~50 USD extra). Moreover, GTX 1660 Super goes for around 24,000(price difference of ~26 USD). So is RT 5600 XT really good enough to justify an extra spending of 50 USD? I read a Tom's Hardware article which stated that both are very, v
  12. ~70000-80000(Indian National Rupees): Country: India Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Gaming, Video Rendering, Entertainment. Available parts: 1. 1TB WD 7400 RPM HDD 2. DVD-RW Drive 3. 21 inch Monitor Parts I intend to buy: 1. CPU- AMD Ryzen 5 3600 2. GPU- Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Super or Nvidia RTX 2060. I want to know which GPU should I go with for my use case mentioned above. a. INNO3D GeForce RTX 2060 TWIN X2 6GB GDDR6 Gaming Graphics Card b. MSI GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER VENTUS XS OC 4GB GDDR6 Graphic Card
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