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Hi guys i'm planning to assemble a pc for moderate gaming. here is my cinfig
intel C2D 8400, Asus P5N SLI M/B, 2x1GB RAM, XFX GeForce 8600GT, 320GB HDD, 17" Flat CRT( Samsung), Sony dvd writer,i Ball atx cabinet, microsoft mm kbd & mouse
the price they are given is Rs 29000/-. is this config is enough? or is there any better cinfig avilable for the same price( even AMD ) i can spent a maximum of Rs 2000/- more....

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You may want to consider a 8800 GT video card instead of the 8600GT - it's much faster and not much more money.

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