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6 hours ago, Shailesh Vats said:

R5 7600 - 18150

Msi B650m-a -16250 / b650m-hdv -13450

Lian li 205m - 4850 /

Gskill flare - 10600 /

3080 - 31400 /3070-19000

Kioxia exceria -5690

Ant Esports FG850 -5100

 

Some confusion i still have

The mobo 

Gpu ,ram and the cabinet 

b650m-a has better i/o but the hdv is still noticably cheaper so unless you need wifi id just pick the hdv

 

rams are just fine 6000c30, if 6000c32 is cheaper go for that

 

gpu is pretty much what you can afford, if you can afford a 3080 sure go 3080, if a 3070 then just go 3070

Budget (including currency): 1000$ ( 84k inr)

Country:  India

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: 

Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): 

 I already have an msi g2412 monitor (1080p), Mainly want to build it for gaming and editing ( will likely play old AAA games,indie and a bit of online) pretty hard to find parts in india and i will consider buying gpu 2nd like a 3070 which is current selling for 230$ used here

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4 hours ago, Shailesh Vats said:

pretty hard to find parts in india and i will consider buying gpu 2nd like a 3070 which is current selling for 230$ used here

referencing other indians in the past that have visited this forum for build help a 4070 in your country is apparently the equivalent of 700-800$ so a 3070 at 230$ just buy that immideatly unless theres a good deal on a 6700xt 6800(xt) or 3080

 

platform wise go am5 with a ryzen 7500f/7600 + b650m hdv (or equivalent board) + 32gb ddr5 6000c30/32 or if overpriced look for a teamgroup/klevv 5600c46 kit

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3 minutes ago, Shailesh Vats said:

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/pT9vxH

 

Here, am confused b/w used 3070 which cost around $239.37 and 3080 which costs $375.84

Pretty decent build

 

2 glaring issues being the slow overpriced dramless qlc ssd and the psu being warrantyless (<10 year warranty)

 

Ssd wise look for a cheaper one or atleast a dram gen3 like the lexar nm620 silicon power a80 kioxia exceria g2 mushkin tempest msi m371 etc.

 

Psu wise maybe a thermaltake toughpower gf1/a3 xpg core reactor nzxt c etc.

 

What sites are you buying from btw?

Might be able to help with picking out parts

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47 minutes ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Pretty decent build

 

2 glaring issues being the slow overpriced dramless qlc ssd and the psu being warrantyless (<10 year warranty)

 

Ssd wise look for a cheaper one or atleast a dram gen3 like the lexar nm620 silicon power a80 kioxia exceria g2 mushkin tempest msi m371 etc.

 

Psu wise maybe a thermaltake toughpower gf1/a3 xpg core reactor nzxt c etc.

 

What sites are you buying from btw?

Might be able to help with picking out parts

https://pcpricetracker.in/
this is where i will
search my parts
all the sites and the prices are trustable
and
https://www.amazon.in/
as well

https://zoukart.com/
and used gpu from here,
they sell other used part aswell but i dont seem to find any good deal or components worth risking

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On 5/12/2024 at 4:44 PM, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Pretty decent build

 

2 glaring issues being the slow overpriced dramless qlc ssd and the psu being warrantyless (<10 year warranty)

 

Ssd wise look for a cheaper one or atleast a dram gen3 like the lexar nm620 silicon power a80 kioxia exceria g2 mushkin tempest msi m371 etc.

 

Psu wise maybe a thermaltake toughpower gf1/a3 xpg core reactor nzxt c etc.

 

What sites are you buying from btw?

Might be able to help with picking out parts

Any lead on gen 3 ssds and good psus ?i cant seem to find any good alternatives 😞

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29 minutes ago, Shailesh Vats said:

Any lead on gen 3 ssds and good psus ?i cant seem to find any good alternatives 😞

and i completely forgot

 

welp i really should go to sleep now an i am pretty sure ill forget again so probably a good idea to @ or quote me again so i dont be an idiot and completely forget again

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1 hour ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

and i completely forgot

 

welp i really should go to sleep now an i am pretty sure ill forget again so probably a good idea to @ or quote me again so i dont be an idiot and completely forget again

Yeh why not

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On 5/13/2024 at 10:36 PM, Somerandomtechyboi said:

and i completely forgot

 

welp i really should go to sleep now an i am pretty sure ill forget again so probably a good idea to @ or quote me again so i dont be an idiot and completely forget again

Whennnn!?!?!? Sedness

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On 5/12/2024 at 4:44 PM, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Pretty decent build

 

2 glaring issues being the slow overpriced dramless qlc ssd and the psu being warrantyless (<10 year warranty)

 

Ssd wise look for a cheaper one or atleast a dram gen3 like the lexar nm620 silicon power a80 kioxia exceria g2 mushkin tempest msi m371 etc.

 

Psu wise maybe a thermaltake toughpower gf1/a3 xpg core reactor nzxt c etc.

 

What sites are you buying from btw?

Might be able to help with picking out parts

Got some lead on gen3 ssds and psu

The price are as follows :

 

Msi m371 : $75.86(1tb) (computechstore.in )

Lexar nm620: $71.80(1tb) (amazon.in)

Mushkin tempest : $89.44(512gb)(amazon.in)

Kioxia exceria : $68.20(1tb)(amazon.in)

Silicon power a80- (not available anywhere )

 


https://www.tpstech.in/products/thermaltake-toughpower-gf1-850w-fully-modular-80-plus-power-supply?variant=32870882869326

-125.86usd (out of stock )

https://computechstore.in/product/thermaltake-ps-tpd-0850fnfagd-h/
-122.14usd


https://mdcomputers.in/adata-xpg-core-reactor-750w-80-plus-gold-fully-modular.html
-96.19 (out of stock )


https://www.vedantcomputers.com/nzxt-c750-gold-power-supply-pa-7g1bb-in
-104.16usd(out of stock )

 

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Psu wise id swap for the ant esports FG850 at 60$ cause cheaper and more wattage

 

16 hours ago, Shailesh Vats said:

Kioxia exceria : $68.20(1tb)(amazon.in)

Id take this one

 

Sorry for long response i was heavily procrastinating for whatever reason

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4 hours ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Psu wise id swap for the ant esports FG850 at 60$ cause cheaper and more wattage

 

Id take this one

 

Sorry for long response i was heavily procrastinating for whatever reason

R5 7600 - 18150

Msi B650m-a -16250 / b650m-hdv -13450

Lian li 205m - 4850 /

Gskill flare - 10600 /

3080 - 31400 /3070-19000

Kioxia exceria -5690

Ant Esports FG850 -5100

 

Some confusion i still have

The mobo 

Gpu ,ram and the cabinet 

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6 hours ago, Shailesh Vats said:

R5 7600 - 18150

Msi B650m-a -16250 / b650m-hdv -13450

Lian li 205m - 4850 /

Gskill flare - 10600 /

3080 - 31400 /3070-19000

Kioxia exceria -5690

Ant Esports FG850 -5100

 

Some confusion i still have

The mobo 

Gpu ,ram and the cabinet 

b650m-a has better i/o but the hdv is still noticably cheaper so unless you need wifi id just pick the hdv

 

rams are just fine 6000c30, if 6000c32 is cheaper go for that

 

gpu is pretty much what you can afford, if you can afford a 3080 sure go 3080, if a 3070 then just go 3070

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18 hours ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

b650m-a has better i/o but the hdv is still noticably cheaper so unless you need wifi id just pick the hdv

 

rams are just fine 6000c30, if 6000c32 is cheaper go for that

 

gpu is pretty much what you can afford, if you can afford a 3080 sure go 3080, if a 3070 then just go 3070

Thanks a lot

Do you think i will have to change anything significant if i am building this after a month or two?

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