Today we'll be looking at an Entry-Level gaming system that'll easily play most games at their max settings. The major upgrade over here is obviously the graphics card which packs in more horsepower to drive those complex shader effects and eye candy. This rig should easily handle Crysis with most settings maxed out, so it's certainly no slouch.
We've thought long and hard about this one, and once again we had to go for an AMD solution since it's more cost effective and there isn't any great CPU from Intel that would fit our budget. We've gone with the Athlon II X3 435 that sells for 3.5K and provides the perfect balance between the Athlon II X2 250 and the Athlon II X4 620. The high clock rate will ensure better gaming performance compared to the X4 620, whereas the extra core will help in multi-tasking compared to the X2 250.
For the price, the MSI 785G-E51 gives you best bang for buck. It supports the latest Phenom II X6 CPUs, DDR3 memory up to 1600MHz (OC), ability to unlock any disabled core, APS (Active Phase Switching) for cleaner power, solid state capacitors, OC switch on the motherboard and support for 24-bit/192Hz sample rate with 7.1 channel audio.
Corsair VS 1333Mhz DDR3 2GB x 2 Rs.5300
Corsair is a brand known for its quality products and good after sales support. Hence we've gone with their value series memory modules, which fit nicely into our budget.