Budget 90k+ New Pc for gaming


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Hello all.

I want to purchase a new pc for gaming budget around 1.5 lakhs i have decided to source part one by one i don't know which platform yet since ryzen 3000 release is around the corner however i have decided to start with gpu my budget will be around 25k but i will be purchasing it from us since my cousin is coming from US within few week please also suggest which RAM should i get for 10-12k this will be again purchase from US.

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My PC is very old don't want to embrass my self will all the details. i have decided to go with rtx 2060 and corsair domitnator series 3200mhz ddr4 ram i am thinking to move with intel base pc since new ryzen is 5 months away
 

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My PC is very old don't want to embrass my self will all the details. i have decided to go with rtx 2060 and corsair domitnator series 3200mhz ddr4 ram i am thinking to move with intel base pc since new ryzen is 5 months away
The older the pc, the more kick we get out of it. We all love the old pentiums and the athlons. So, you'll actualy bring us back memories
 
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My PC is very old don't want to embrass my self will all the details. i have decided to go with rtx 2060 and corsair domitnator series 3200mhz ddr4 ram i am thinking to move with intel base pc since new ryzen is 5 months away
Woah, that's really Top-end man! I keep my PC's mid-ranged and a generation or two behind which can play all games @1080p with High settings or a mix of Med-High settings.
 
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My PC is very old don't want to embrass my self will all the details. i have decided to go with rtx 2060 and corsair domitnator series 3200mhz ddr4 ram i am thinking to move with intel base pc since new ryzen is 5 months away
avoid 2060 since it is over-costing and too much hype

get a 1080 ti from usa which it is much better than 2060 and 2070

p.s the performance is equal to 2080 rtx
 
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It is costing more than rtx 2080 strange old card price are not dropping :(
 
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AMD Gaming RIG (RTX 2060 6GB)
Budget -142.8K


Processor -AMD Ryzen 5 2600x -19.7k
Motherboard -MSI B450I Gaming Plus AC -11.4k
Graphics Card -Zotac RTX 2060 6GB Mini -32.8k
RAM -G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3000Mhz 16GB (8GBx2) -14k
SSD - ADATA XPG SX8200 1TB Gen3x4 M.2 SSD -17.5k
Power Supply -Antec EarthWatts Gold Pro 550w -5.9k
Cabinet - Corsair 250D -6.3k
Monitor -Acer EB321HQU 32inch 1440p LED IPS -22k (2k monitor)
KB & Mouse -Cooler Master Masterset MS120 -5.6k
UPS -APC 1.1KVA -5.6k
Case Fan -Antec Rainbow 120mm x3 RGB LED fans -3k
Total -142.8K
 

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avoid 2060 since it is over-costing and too much hype

get a 1080 ti from usa which it is much better than 2060 and 2070
You know getting products from USA is always a risk. Even if you can get it down here is one thing, but if something goes wrong, then it can get u stuck. I've had my GPU fan get spoilt which was replaced in warranty on the spot. I've had my USA bought GPU go up in white smoke just after 1.5 years and was irreparable as the parts weren't available. So spending so much and taking a risk without warranty is far too much unless of course, you have easy contacts to get the GPU in and out of India for any issues. Just my 2 cents.
 
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Thanks everyone for your input got few stuff from US, will wait for few months for ryzen 3 if my i7 920 does not cause serious bottle neck

thanks.
 
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