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Everything posted by MasterMynk

  1. Okay guys. today I have finally completed my PC build. The specs I ended up with: CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700x for Rs. 14,300 ($197.38) Mobo: Asrock B450M Pro4 for Rs. 6,910 ($95.38) Ram: Silicon Power 2666mhz 8gb (2x4gb) for Rs. 3,760 ($51.9) Graphics Card: AMD Radeon Rx 470 for Rs. 5,680 ($78.4) PSU: Ant Esports FP550B for Rs. 2,944 ($40.64) Thermal Paste: Cooler Master Mastergel Regular for Rs. 250 ($3.45) Storage: Kingston Q500 240GB SATA 2.5 inch SSD for Rs. 2,864 ($39.53) Case: Ant Esports ICE-511MT for 4,285 ($59.15) Total: Rs. 40,993 (
  2. Okay right now the parts list looks something like this: CPU: Intel: Core i5 10400F: Rs.13,500 ($185) AMD: Ryzen 5 2600: Rs.13,429 ($184) or Ryzen 5 3500: Rs.12,259 ($168) Mobo: Intel: Asrock H410M HDV: Rs.6,050 ($83) AMD: Asrock B450M Pro4: Rs.6,299 ($86) or ASUS Prime A320M-K: Rs.4,081 ($55) Ram: HyperX 8GB (2x4GB) 3200mhz ram: 3,350 ($46) (You can go with ram at less frequency for Intel but I couldn't find any 8GB kit) Graphics Card: Radeon Rx 560 4GB: Rs. 8,350 ($114) PSU: Ant E
  3. The videos that I've seen about it say that its good but they also don't test it much I think. I'll research about this more and if I decide to switch it will be either Cooler Master MWE 450 for Rs 2,575 ($35) or Corsair CV450 for 3,377 ($46). Could give some suggestions for this as I tried finding some good ones and failed. I looked at Gigabyte H410-H and Asrock H410M HDV both for around 6K ($82). Both of these have only 2 ram slots which could limit my upgrade option later down the line I feel. Or do all H410 mobos have only 2 ram slots? Yea I'll try to get a few nice deals f
  4. Yeah I had thought about going the Intel route but didn't investigate further as I thought that I wouldn't be able to overclock it later when this configuration becomes out-of-date. Now that I think about it, going for a better CPU in the first place is the better choice. I actually wanted to go for a PSU with a good rating and the Gigabyte is 80+ Bronze. But I might consider this one if saving money this way could result in considerable performance boost. I don't think I need 16gb. I'm currently rocking 4GB and that's working pretty fine for me (on Linux atleast). Only
  5. Budget (including currency): Rs. 40000 ($550) Country: India Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Going to be using Windows/Linux dual boot. Windows for games that don't work nicely on Linux and Linux for everything else. Mostly going to be attending online classes, with bit of coding here & there, some video/photo editing with GIMP, Kdenlive & Inkscape. Also wanted to learn Blender & OpenGL (I couldn't because my current machine doesn't support OpenGL Version 3 or above). Other details (Whether any peripherals are needed, what you're