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An i5 7th gen processor

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Joelmech, Jul 19, 2018.

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  1. Joelmech

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    I have an i5 7th gen processor with me..I need a gaming pc and what other thing should i add to it ....for an gaming pc...
    Like motherboard, graphics....etc...
    At budget of 650 USD.. (including all)
     
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    Thank u man......
    i am an Indian here if converting usd into inr this is a big price
     
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    You are going to need a motherboard, ram, and video card, hard drive/SSD, and a decent case. There is a LOT more to a gaming system than simply installing a video card. You need a performance motherboard with heavy duty VRs [voltage regulators] heavy duty capacitors, steel pci-e video slots, extra chipset cooling, etc. The ram [should be] performance ram, etc. Since a quality motherboard is at least $150 or more and the memory around $175 for 16gig, that does not leave much for the video card. A mid-range gaming card ie nvidia 1060 is around $300 or so and that just about shoots your budget. There is nothing left for a case, cpu cooler, keyboard/mouse, SSD drive, etc.
     
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    you could use pcpartpicker.com it is very handy with matching compatible items in a full build, and you can sort through prices. also newegg.com has sales. I'd get a decent mobo you dont have to get the most expensive one, get a decent psu. HDDs still run decently and are cheaper. yea, just maybe try pcpartpicker.com and try a build you dont even have to register, just see what you think
     
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