4 Best Gaming PC Configuration Rs 70000 India
Concluding Thoughts (4 Best Gaming PC Build Configuration Rs 7000): You should try and purchase the best graphics card and processor that you can afford, as it is not an easy replacement afterward. You can go with either of the Gaming Build AMD or Intel. I prefer Intel-based build in the year 2014 or early 2015 for high-end gaming PC machines. Majorly because Intel is ahead of AMD when it comes to processors manufacturing process (22 NM) and power efficiency coupled with energy saving. AMD has not been able to improve the thermal efficiency or performance even with the AMD FX 9590 Processor the max TDP is 220 watt. AMD is doing well with the low-end processors as the prices are very competitive if we use an FX-4300 or FX-6300. For all gaming needs a Core i3 processor matches an FX-6300 in most titles.
Graphics Cards- Current Generation of Nvidia Cards GTX 970 and GTX 980 are so much better compared to the AMD R9 series both in terms of performance and thermal efficiency. Nvidia GTX 970 is available for 28,000 and matched the performance of R9-290x which was priced at Rs. 43,000.
We initially choose a slightly less expensive R9-280X instead of taking the GTX 770 then the price difference is around Rs. 3000 or $50. We dropped R9-280X for simple reason it is easily outperformed by a GTX 770 by at least 5-10 FPS in most gaming titles.
Also when we buy an R9-280x we need to buy a 750 watt SMPS which is costly by 2-3 thousand compared to the PSU we have taken. So choosing AMD R9 280X will give us lower performance compared to a GTX 770 but overall cost of gaming pc configuration remain same.
R9 290X Vs a GTX 970 also do not make sense even if both are priced same it is better to buy a GTX 970 after all you don’t want to game in an Oven (over heated room) or increase cost of air conditioning as well as bigger SMPS.
Gaming Performance – With these Gaming PC builds you can easily play all modern games like GTA 5, Assassin’s Creed Rogue, Assassin’s Creed Unity, The Crew, Battlefield 4, Halo 5, Counter Strike Go, World of Warcraft: Warlord of Draneor, Call of Duty Advance Warfare, Lords of Fallen, Borderlands Pre-Sequel, The evil Within and many more at high or Ultra settings.
If you are wondering how much performance gain you will get between the Rigs I cannot tell you exact gain in each game that will not be possible as each gaming title is coded differently and behave differently on each graphics card and processor.
- If you need a rough estimate Gaming PC build 1 and 2 will roughly have 5-10% performance variance.
- Gaming build 2 and 3 will have similar performance or most likely the AMD+ GTX 970 combo can easily beat the intel core i5 + GTX 770 combo.
- Build 4 is superior and will have 5-10% gain over build 3.
Here Are Some of the Gaming Benchmarks For Your Consideration:
GTX 970 is 10-20% or even faster compared to a GTX 770 in almost all Gaming Titles and the price difference is not very high if you can purchase a GTX 970 it is a major upgrade in performance compared to graphics cards which came in 2013 or till mid-2014.
My suggestion will be to go for build 2 or build 4 as the GTX 970 is really great and have high-performance advantage over Nvidia GTX 770 in any gaming title.