Would this game rig be enough for GTA V. BF4. and other upcoming titles? 2014

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0.Intel 3.2 GHz LGA 1150 4570 i5 4th Generation Processor - rs 13500
1.Zotac GTX 660 Dual Silencer 2GB DDR5 Graphic Card - rs 13300
2.MSI B85M-G43 Motherboard - rs 5500
3.Cooler Master K380 CPU Cabinet - rs 3700
4.Corsair 8 GB Ram - rs 5000
5.Seagate 1TB Desktop Internal Sata Drive (ST1000DM003) rs3900
6.Samsung SH-224DB/IDDS DVD Burner Internal Optical Drive- rs 1000
7.CORSAIR CMPSU-500CXV2UK 500 Watts PSU-rs 3800

I am planning to play GTA V, BF4, DayZ on mid-high. Would it let me down?.

Note: I will play on 1080p. (1920x1080)

Any suggestion to make it cheaper because its crossing my budget of rs 45000.
So guys my budget is 40000 to 45000 but my rig crossed my budget to 50000.
Need HELP!!!

Suggest new rig for my requirements to play game on mid high with my budget

Thanks
 

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No, the GTX 660 will not be good at ultra 1080p (you need atleast GTX 670/770), it should do fine at a mix of high and ultra though. We don't even know the minimum requirements for GTA V yet but it will need a beefy CPU, I think the 4570 will be OK but you will have zero overclocking options on that chip. Your motherboard isn't the most expandable either and you should opt for a aftermarket CPU cooler as the stock one will give you very high temps while gaming even when not overclocked
 
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My budget is already over crossed by 5000 and you are telling to spend 40000 more ...lol i'm making pc for playing games not for making games or creating any graphics movies. I think 45000 rupees are enough to spend on gaming pc ...spending more than that is just waste of money and time . Although i have many things to do instead of playing games all time.....sorry bro give me some suggestion which match my need (out of budget)
 

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Have some respect you idiot!, why are you talking like you're paying us to help you. It's free help, appreciate what we chip in. We're not going to lie to you and say that build is any good, it's far from it. If you want something to play games on that's cheap get a PS4/XBOX ONE

 
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sorry bro....ok i change my view from ultra high to mid high
 

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CPU: Athlon II X4 750K
Motherboard: Asus A85XM-A
GPU: AMD R9 270X
and keep the rest of your other parts
 

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WartyIntegral > I just said what i though you should buy, never said you have to buy it to play games, only to get better graphics!
I personally don't like playing on lower graphics..
I run all my games in High - Ultra.
currently running on a i7 2600, GTX 680 SSD (for lower loadings)
If you want perfect gaming rig, you have to pay the price :)
And the newest parts arren't allways the best or cheapest :)
But that AMD they the other posted is fine go for it :)
 
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thanks and ya sorry if you think my last reply was bit rude
 

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1.
Intel i5-4440 Processor ₹11853
http://www.snapdeal.com/product/intel-i54440-processor-31-ghz/115595088/?pos=0;0;2

2.
MSI R9 270X GAMING 2G Graphic Card ₹16434
http://www.snapdeal.com/product/msi-r9-270x-gaming-2g/450064460/?pos=1;0;2

3.
Corsair VS 550 SMPS ₹2932
http://www.snapdeal.com/product/corsair-vs-550-smps/509795?

4.
Antec X1 CPU Cabinet ₹2242
http://www.snapdeal.com/product/antec-x1-cpu-cabinet/1251828?pos=0;151#prdsc

5.
4 GB Corsair vengeance 1600 MHz ₹2600

6.
MSI H87-G43 Motherboard ₹6500
http://www.flipkart.com/msi-h87m-g43-motherboard/p/itmdhtmxc2mz3qqx?pid=MBDDHTMWNMXVCGNB&cmpid=content_motherboard_8965229628_gmc_pla&tgi=sem,1,G,11214002,g,search,,19319548220,1o1,,,c,,,,,,,&gclid=CMmJysiDobwCFU9T4god2F4AwA

7.
harddisk -do- ₹3900

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DVD writer -do- ₹1000

Total- ₹47421
Cheaper and you will get better performance in games! Cannot get any better than this at this price, also if you live in delhi or mumbai or bangalore, check prices with local vendors you may get some lesser rates.
 

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