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MINI PC Configuration

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Friends, I require configuration of MINI PC CPU(Without Monitor) under ₹14K. It'll be used for basic software running(Word/excel), no gaming but media playing(1080p videos) & everyday use.

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CPU Component Name - Approx. Price(₹)
1. Cabinet(MINI ITX)
2. Processor(intel only)
3. Motherboard(with HDMI+USB 3.0)
4. RAM
5. HDD

*** DVD Drive Not Required.

By Bikshan Ghosh
Created On: Dec 07, 2014 03:18 AM
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Shubham Rawat
sorry for late reply ......... Can you please give me favour i want to buy a laptop under 35,000 and the pc under
Updated Feb 28, 2015 05:30 PM

sorry for late reply .........

Can you please give me favour i want to buy a laptop under 35,000 and the pc under 40,000 under all accessories like mouse keyboard,moniter and speaker

I have found 2 pcs of dell 1st is with navida geforce 705 and other is with intregrated intel hd 4400 which can i can go for or if u have any other suggestion .........

Or if u know any all in one pc under 40,000 which acn run game like fc3,fc4 in low or med settings please reply.

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Ephemera
If you can wait around a month, you really should. The GTX 960 launch will shake things up quite a bit. Even if it's
Updated Dec 31, 2014 03:52 PM

If you can wait around a month, you really should. The GTX 960 launch will shake things up quite a bit. Even if it's priced above 20K, it'll force AMD to drop prices and you might get an R9-280 or 285. If you need something right now, I'd advise you to stretch it to 21K and pick up an R9-280 anyway, or if that's too much, a GTX 760 or a 270X for 19K. I'd lean towards the Radeon based on current driver maturity but it'll depend on which games you see yourself playing. Specific brands don't matter all that much; buy whatever you can get within budget and are comfortable with - of course custom coolers are usually better than stock.

Edit: Now seeing 270X models for 16-17k.

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Gopal Sathe
I'm updating my three year old PC; much of the old stuff was bought with long term use in mind, so my main worries now
Updated Dec 30, 2014 12:29 PM

I'm updating my three year old PC; much of the old stuff was bought with long term use in mind, so my main worries now lie with the video card. Any recommendations for gamers in the 10-20k mark?

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Rishialwani
You might want to consider assembled or upping your budget. Tough to get something in that price range that will run
Updated Dec 29, 2014 11:17 AM

You might want to consider assembled or upping your budget. Tough to get something in that price range that will run stuff fine.

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Shubham Rawat
hi i want to buy a pc not all in one in which i can play play games like grid 2 and nascar 2014 .I don't wnt a
Updated Dec 28, 2014 07:21 AM

hi i want to buy a pc not all in one in which i can play play games like grid 2 and nascar 2014 .I don't wnt a assembled pc and my buget is 40,000 rs.Plz hlp

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Rishialwani
I'd go with 4GB at least. 2GB doesn't cut it any
Updated Dec 08, 2014 04:28 PM

I'd go with 4GB at least. 2GB doesn't cut it any more.

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Ephemera
First of all there are entry-level tablets that cost around that much, based on Android or Windows, for example the .
Updated Dec 08, 2014 10:45 AM

First of all there are entry-level tablets that cost around that much, based on Android or Windows, for example the . You can check if HDMI output is supported and plug in a keyboard and mouse via USB. You could also consider a cheap laptop such as the Asus X200 series.

If you want to assemble a desktop PC, here are some options. All prices approximate.

1) ITX motherboard with integrated CPU, for example the Gigabyte GA-J1800N-D2H (Rs. 4,200) (has USB 3.0 and HDMI)
2) Micro-ATX Intel H61 motherboard, for example MSI H61M-P20 (Rs. 2,700) (No HDMI/USB 3.0) + Pentium G2030 (Rs. 3,400)
3) Substitute Gigabyte GA-H61M-HD2 (HDMI, no USB 3.0) for Rs. 3,400

RAM: 2GB, any brand, Rs. 1,400
HDD: 250GB, any brand, Rs. 1,600
Case: As per personal choice, any brand, Rs. 1,200 - 2,000
PSU: Minimum 350W, should come with case, else any brand, Rs. 750 - 1,500 (get the best you can fit in).
KB/mouse: Logitech set, Rs. 800
OS not included in budget

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