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    Gaming rig w/ 23" LED Monitor (Full HD), gaming mouse, gaming keyboard and also including MATX, slim type or ATX case or any case will do. and then true rated PSU. basta swak sa budget nga 50k.

    Thank you and have a great day!

    Note lang: Kini nga budget and sa games is para ni sa company nga akong gi trabahuan. This is not my personal.
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    Default Re: Suggest me a gaming rig 50k budget

    Monitor: LG IPS234V = 8.3k sa GI
    Motherboard: Asus Z77 M-Pro = 6k
    Procie: i5-3570k = 10k
    Ram: Corsair Vengeance 4GBx2 kit = 2.2k
    GPU: Radeon HD 7870 = around 13k-14k (Wait for further price drops) Hahah
    PSU: Silverstone ST60P 600W = 3.6k
    HDD : WD Blue/Back 500GB = 2.6k

    Around 46k tanan, you'll have 4k budget for your CASE and CPU Cooler of your choice (I can't decide because maybe you're after the aesthetics? Hahah)

    for non-OC build:

    Monitor: LG IPS234V = 8.3k sa GI
    Motherboard: Asus P8H77-M LE DDR3/PCI-E = 4k
    Procie: i5-3550k = 8.5k
    Ram: Corsair Vengeance 4GBx2 kit = 2.2k (pwede sad ka mag 4GB RAM ra, so around 900 only)
    GPU: Radeon HD 7870 = around 13k-14k (Wait for further price drops) Hahah
    PSU: Silverstone ST60P 600W = 3.6k
    HDD : WD Blue/Back 500GB = 2.6k

    Around 43k+, you'll have approximately 6k+ for your Case and CPU Cooler and gaming peripherals.

    As for the keyboard, Elephant Dark Sector ako ma suggest, barato ra illuminated na, 695 sa Data Blitz, and for the mouse, Elephant Dragonuv, sa Data Blitz ra ghpon.


    *suggestion lang*

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    ooohhh yeahh lamia ana nga budget uie... up for you bro!!!!

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    hala kalami ani oi, hapit na December

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    Maayong gabii istoryans I found this particular thread a challenge so here is my crack at it. Take note this is a non OCing PC and I'm sticking to the budget given by TS

    Procie - Intel Core i3-3220 (if you are using this purely for gaming and NOT OVERCLOCKING, 2 cores + 2 virtual cores is more than sufficient) @5,200

    Motherboard - MSI B75MA-P45 (since you won't really be over clocking, you dont need a z77 chipset board. If you plan on adding more ram in the future, this mobo will give you room to do so) @ 2,900

    RAM - G.skill Ripjawz 8gb 2x4gb 1600mhz (performance entry level RAMs as i like to call them. 8gb is more than sufficient for gaming and alt tabing to you hearts delight. However if you feel the need to add more RAM you can always get a 2nd kit) @1,930

    HDD - 500gb WDigital Blue (trusted brand for HDDs this won't really hurt your budget. You can always get a 1tb if you feel the need to for an additional 1,100) @2,500

    GPU - Sapphire HD 7870 (pinaka bang for the buck video card out there. I made a bench mark video using this card and it performed marvelously on BF3 and Skyrim Ultra settings getting an average of over 50fps. If you are an Nvidia fan you can always get the EVGA GTX 660 Super Clocked at 10,530 - PCHub price)@11,600 - based on DynaQuestPC prices

    Powersupply - Silverstone 500watt ES 80 plus (Silverstone is a great brand, one of the most well known PSU brands in the City because the supplier for silverstone is located right near USJR hehe 80 plus is already an awesome certification and you are in good hands. I've had my Silverstone PSU for over 2 years now and it still kicks ass) @2,700

    Case - Inwin Dragon Slayer (I have always admired this case because of its excellent cable management. The cable management in this case is so good you think you have a standard ATX gaming case.)@2,900

    Monitor - BenQ GW2450 (I love BenQ and their monitor designs. This particular one is simple, elegant, slim, yet awesome! One of the most affordable 24" monitors I've ever seen. I got my brother a GW2250 for about 6,600 and he is absolutely loving full HD Resolution gaming) @8,500

    Keyboard - TT eSports Meka G1 (I admit, I'm a TT boy LOL! I've always loved how affordable, solidly built and awesome the Thermaltake eSports products are. This particular Cherry MX Black mechanical gaming keyboard is no exception) @4,700

    Mouse - Tt eSpors Black Element (Sleek, sexy, packed full of features, color changing and flat out great! This is one of the most sought TT eSports mice in the market and it's really cheap too!) @1,850

    Grand total - 44780 (if you want you can upgrade your processor to a core i5 or upgrade your video card to an HD7970, HD7950 or GTX 660ti. if you want to keep the same specs, you can get an Antec 620 Closed Liquid Cooler to add a nice touch to your rig for an additional 2,600 )

    Prices are based on what is shown on PCX.com.ph and some are taken from Dynaquestpc and other PH computer retail websites.

    Hope this helps

    Best Regards,

    drjimmy128

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04261994 View Post
    ooohhh yeahh lamia ana nga budget uie... up for you bro!!!!
    i used to think 50k is more than enough... i quoted my "wanted" rig and 100k na wala pay keyboard, mouse og monitor... take note "wanted" pa lang na, dili "dream" rig, hahaha!

    but going back to TS, yeah, this is a very decent build already... nice one suggested by drjimmy...

    happy hunting bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferdzeferd View Post
    Monitor: LG IPS234V = 8.3k sa GI
    Motherboard: Asus Z77 M-Pro = 6k
    Procie: i5-3570k = 10k
    Ram: Corsair Vengeance 4GBx2 kit = 2.2k
    GPU: Radeon HD 7870 = around 13k-14k (Wait for further price drops) Hahah
    PSU: Silverstone ST60P 600W = 3.6k
    HDD : WD Blue/Back 500GB = 2.6k

    Around 46k tanan, you'll have 4k budget for your CASE and CPU Cooler of your choice (I can't decide because maybe you're after the aesthetics? Hahah)

    for non-OC build:

    Monitor: LG IPS234V = 8.3k sa GI
    Motherboard: Asus P8H77-M LE DDR3/PCI-E = 4k
    Procie: i5-3550k = 8.5k
    Ram: Corsair Vengeance 4GBx2 kit = 2.2k (pwede sad ka mag 4GB RAM ra, so around 900 only)
    GPU: Radeon HD 7870 = around 13k-14k (Wait for further price drops) Hahah
    PSU: Silverstone ST60P 600W = 3.6k
    HDD : WD Blue/Back 500GB = 2.6k

    Around 43k+, you'll have approximately 6k+ for your Case and CPU Cooler and gaming peripherals.

    As for the keyboard, Elephant Dark Sector ako ma suggest, barato ra illuminated na, 695 sa Data Blitz, and for the mouse, Elephant Dragonuv, sa Data Blitz ra ghpon.


    *suggestion lang*
    ferds: Thank you so much for your suggestion. I'll take note of this.

    Quote Originally Posted by 04261994 View Post
    ooohhh yeahh lamia ana nga budget uie... up for you bro!!!!
    Thank you bro!

    Quote Originally Posted by icee2k9 View Post
    hala kalami ani oi, hapit na December
    Actually bro dli ni ako. Para ni sa Resort nga akong gi trabahuan.

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy128 View Post
    Maayong gabii istoryans I found this particular thread a challenge so here is my crack at it. Take note this is a non OCing PC and I'm sticking to the budget given by TS

    Procie - Intel Core i3-3220 (if you are using this purely for gaming and NOT OVERCLOCKING, 2 cores + 2 virtual cores is more than sufficient) @5,200

    Motherboard - MSI B75MA-P45 (since you won't really be over clocking, you dont need a z77 chipset board. If you plan on adding more ram in the future, this mobo will give you room to do so) @ 2,900

    RAM - G.skill Ripjawz 8gb 2x4gb 1600mhz (performance entry level RAMs as i like to call them. 8gb is more than sufficient for gaming and alt tabing to you hearts delight. However if you feel the need to add more RAM you can always get a 2nd kit) @1,930

    HDD - 500gb WDigital Blue (trusted brand for HDDs this won't really hurt your budget. You can always get a 1tb if you feel the need to for an additional 1,100) @2,500

    GPU - Sapphire HD 7870 (pinaka bang for the buck video card out there. I made a bench mark video using this card and it performed marvelously on BF3 and Skyrim Ultra settings getting an average of over 50fps. If you are an Nvidia fan you can always get the EVGA GTX 660 Super Clocked at 10,530 - PCHub price)@11,600 - based on DynaQuestPC prices

    Powersupply - Silverstone 500watt ES 80 plus (Silverstone is a great brand, one of the most well known PSU brands in the City because the supplier for silverstone is located right near USJR hehe 80 plus is already an awesome certification and you are in good hands. I've had my Silverstone PSU for over 2 years now and it still kicks ass) @2,700

    Case - Inwin Dragon Slayer (I have always admired this case because of its excellent cable management. The cable management in this case is so good you think you have a standard ATX gaming case.)@2,900

    Monitor - BenQ GW2450 (I love BenQ and their monitor designs. This particular one is simple, elegant, slim, yet awesome! One of the most affordable 24" monitors I've ever seen. I got my brother a GW2250 for about 6,600 and he is absolutely loving full HD Resolution gaming) @8,500

    Keyboard - TT eSports Meka G1 (I admit, I'm a TT boy LOL! I've always loved how affordable, solidly built and awesome the Thermaltake eSports products are. This particular Cherry MX Black mechanical gaming keyboard is no exception) @4,700

    Mouse - Tt eSpors Black Element (Sleek, sexy, packed full of features, color changing and flat out great! This is one of the most sought TT eSports mice in the market and it's really cheap too!) @1,850

    Grand total - 44780 (if you want you can upgrade your processor to a core i5 or upgrade your video card to an HD7970, HD7950 or GTX 660ti. if you want to keep the same specs, you can get an Antec 620 Closed Liquid Cooler to add a nice touch to your rig for an additional 2,600 )

    Prices are based on what is shown on PCX.com.ph and some are taken from Dynaquestpc and other PH computer retail websites.

    Hope this helps

    Best Regards,

    drjimmy128
    jimmy: I really appreciate your suggestion. I think I'll go for this with Antec 620 closed liquid cooler. Thank you so much bro!

    Quote Originally Posted by bim27142 View Post
    i used to think 50k is more than enough... i quoted my "wanted" rig and 100k na wala pay keyboard, mouse og monitor... take note "wanted" pa lang na, dili "dream" rig, hahaha!

    but going back to TS, yeah, this is a very decent build already... nice one suggested by drjimmy...

    happy hunting bro!
    Thank you bro!

    To All: Actually I need 3 gaming rig like Sir Jimmy suggested. After this, I need games. Any kind of games, the more the merrier. And where to buy or order original copy of games?

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    Default Re: Suggest me a gaming rig 50k budget

    for genuine games, naa sa Data Blitz SM... naa pa uban shops nag baligya pud

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    lamia sa budget oi.. Kng boss jimmy suggestion bro okay kaau..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lloyd_joy View Post
    for genuine games, naa sa Data Blitz SM... naa pa uban shops nag baligya pud
    Thank you bro! I contacted Data Blitz. Dli man sila maka hatag ug pricelist. Pa pilion pa man gud naku ang management and let them decide. Kinahanglan pa ko mo adto sa store and choose. Murag lisod ug hasul dah. huhu..

    I also tried to call on Data Blitz Main. Same lang din..

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