Thursday, 26 July 2012

Build Your Own Computer- Best Configurations for all Budget- 2012-2013

Building your own computer is the best way to get a system which will get you what you want. You can decide what components you want and what you don't . It also helps you to save a lot of money. You can always choose the latest components in the market and keep yourself updated with the technology.

Gaming computer
In this post I will tell you the best configuration for building your own computer for all the budget ranges. While, this might not be exactly the best, but this will give you a good performance and speed.

Basic Rig

This is for people, who just want to browse the Internet, do some word processing. These are best for office related work. But if your office uses applications like Photoshop, or any Video Editing Software like Adobe After Effects, this won't give good performance. Choose this, if you are really in a tight budget and just need a computer for normal work.

    Cooler Master Elitie 310
  • Processor: AMD Anthlon 2 x2 260
  • Motherboard : ASUS M5A78L-M LX
  • RAM: Corsair Desktop RAM 2GB DDR3 1333 MHz
  • HDD: Seagate 1TB
  • Monitor: BenQ G610HDAL
  • Graphics Card: None
  • Cabinet : Cooler Master Elite 310
  • PSU: FSP Saga II 400W
  • Speaker: Altec Classic Audio BXR1221
  • Mouse: Zebronics Judwas 5
  • Keyboard: Zebronics Judwas 5
  • Optical Drive: LG 22x SATA DVD Writer
  • Sound Card: None

You can choose the speakers, mouse, keyboard as you wish, but keep the heart of the system same.

Entry Level Gaming

This is for gamers who have a small budget but still want to enjoy games. With this specs you will be able to run games like Call of Duty Series and other graphics intensive game. But you have to keep your settings at a minimum level or you might suffer from decreased FPS. And less FPS is a bad thing! Really a bad thing!

    AMD A6-3650
  • Processor: AMD A6-3650
  • Motherboard : Gigabyte GA-A55M-DS2
  • RAM: G-skill F3-10600CL9S- 5GBNT
  • HDD: Seagate 1TB
  • Monitor: BenQ G2222HD
  • Graphics: ASUS 550Ti
  • Cabinet : Cooler Master Elite 310
  • PSU: Corsair CX340
  • Speaker: Altec Lansing V2621
  • Mouse: Zebronics Judwas 5
  • Keyboard: Zebronics Judwas 5
  • Optical Drive: LG 22x SATA DVD Writer
  • Sound Card: None
ASUS 550Ti

Mid-Range Level

So, you have a considerable budget and want to go for not the ultimate but, play games at medium graphics without decreasing FPS. Here's what you need.

    Intel Core i5-2400
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2400
  • Motherboard : MSI-H67-e35
  • RAM: Corsair CML8GXM2A1333C9
  • HDD: Seagate 1TB
  • Monitor: BenQ G2222HD
  • Graphics Card: Zotac nVidia 560
  • Cabinet : Cooler Master Elitie 340
  • PSU: Seasonic S12 II 520
  • Speaker: Altec Lansing V2621
  • Mouse: Razer Abyssus
  • Keyboard: Razer Cyclosa
  • Optical Drive: LG 22x SATA DVD Writer
  • Sound Card: None
Zotac nVidia 560

Ultimate Configuration

Only for people who are absolutely crazy about gaming and want to play the latest game with full maximum settings. This will truly give you a amazing gaming experience. If you have lots of money laying around and you can't think of anything better, go for it.

Intel Core i7-2600
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-2600
  • Motherboard : Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H
  • RAM: Gskill F3- 12800CL9D- 8GBXL
  • HDD: 2x Seagate 1TB + OCZ 2.5 SSD VTX3- 25SAT3-120G
  • Monitor: BenQ XL2410T
  • Graphics Card: ASUS nVidia GTX 680 2GB
  • Cabinet : Cooler Master HAF922
  • PSU: Seasonic X850 (80 + Gold)
  • Speaker: Logitech Z506
  • Mouse: Logitech G9x
  • Keyboard: Logitech G510
  • Optical Drive: LG 12x Blu-ray OEM RW
  • Sound Card: ASUS Xonar DX 7.1

ASUS nVidia GTX 680 2GB

Please tell us about your computer's configuration. If you have any other suggestions please tell us through the comments!

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