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    Question Help need suggestions regarding psu

    Hi
    I am a new gamer and I want a suggestion. I bought my PC from Flora Limited and the casing says, "ATX Thermal Casing with original 450w PSU". I want to upgrade my PC and get a Sapphire R7 260x 2GD5 GPU. Do i need to buy a branded PSU or will the "origibal 450w PSU" do the job

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    Bhai jodi casing er shathe PSU eche thake tobe apnake new PSU kinte e hobe. Casing er PSU 450 W likha thakleo ogulo mainly 300 W er e hoy.and GPU er safety r jonno new PSU lagano uchit. And ei reason e i bhalo casing e PSU thake na,Apnar choice moto lagiye nite hoy. Apni jehetu new gamer tai ekta bhalo PSU te invest koren. Apnar PC upgrade kora lagleo PSU ta r tokhon change kora lagbe na.
    Last edited by Ony; October 7th, 2014 at 22:31.

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    R7-260X might work in your generic psu. But it's risky since the gpu can die anytime. You better buy a branded psu. What is your PC configuration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azra3l View Post
    Hi
    I am a new gamer and I want a suggestion. I bought my PC from Flora Limited and the casing says, "ATX Thermal Casing with original 450w PSU". I want to upgrade my PC and get a Sapphire R7 260x 2GD5 GPU. Do i need to buy a branded PSU or will the "origibal 450w PSU" do the job
    YES. btw, post your specs here.

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    i3 2100, 4gb DDR3(I'm adding 4 more). So I do need a branded PSU?

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    My specs-
    i3 2100
    4 GB ddr3 ( imma add 4 more)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ony View Post
    Bhai jodi casing er shathe PSU eche thake tobe apnake new PSU kinte e hobe. Casing er PSU 450 W likha thakleo ogulo mainly 300 W er e hoy.and GPU er safety r jonno new PSU lagano uchit. And ei reason e i bhalo casing e PSU thake na,Apnar choice moto lagiye nite hoy. Apni jehetu new gamer tai ekta bhalo PSU te invest koren. Apnar PC upgrade kora lagleo PSU ta r tokhon change kora lagbe na.
    Thanks bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azra3l View Post
    i3 2100, 4gb DDR3(I'm adding 4 more). So I do need a branded PSU?

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    My specs-
    i3 2100
    4 GB ddr3 ( imma add 4 more)

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    Thanks bro
    lagbe, tobe nvidia er 750 ta nile lagbe na.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aasifz View Post
    lagbe, tobe nvidia er 750 ta nile lagbe na.
    Better kunta?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azra3l View Post
    Better kunta?
    psu lage na emon gpu gular moddhe best holo, MSI N750TI 2GB GDDR5 OC edition ta, tai r7 260x na niye 750ti ta newai better. jei taka diye branded psu kinte hoito oikhane ekta bhalo gpu pawa jabe.

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    What's your budget actually?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aasifz View Post
    psu lage na emon gpu gular moddhe best holo, MSI N750TI 2GB GDDR5 OC edition ta, tai r7 260x na niye 750ti ta newai better. jei taka diye branded psu kinte hoito oikhane ekta bhalo gpu pawa jabe.
    Overall R7 260x ki 750ti er cheye better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibTheGamer View Post
    What's your budget actually?
    15k PSU shoho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azra3l View Post
    Overall R7 260x ki 750ti er cheye better?

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    15k PSU shoho
    taile psu laganor dorkar nai, ekebare MSI N750TI 2GD5/OC niye felen. 750 ti better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aasifz View Post
    taile psu laganor dorkar nai, ekebare MSI N750TI 2GD5/OC niye felen. 750 ti better.
    750ti is 16.5k :/ I can't go above 15k at all bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azra3l View Post
    750ti is 16.5k :/ I can't go above 15k at all bro
    price outdated :v
    ar jodi ekebarei na hoi den non-ti nilei hobe.

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    If the budget is 15k, then you should definitely buy a R7-260X 2GB and a Corsair VS450 psu. R7-260X performs better than a GTX 750 and also performs almost the same as a GTX 750 Ti. Besides that, R7-260X also features TrueAudio and Mantle. And since your processor (i3-2100) is weak, the effect of mantle will be high, thus, you will get a high fps-boost in mantle-supported games

    And whatever you say, for a PC which will be under high stress (here, it's gaming), you need a branded psu for a more stable and a long-lasting PC.
    Last edited by GalibTheGamer; October 8th, 2014 at 08:36.

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    @Azra3l apni HDD/SSD, Case Fans,USB devices, ittadir upor o PSU depend kore. And they are right. GTX 750TI is one of the most power efficient GPUs out thereIf you but GTX 750/TI you won't need a PSU. And if the GTX 750TI is over priced for you, you can go with the non TI version,as TI means that your card will come pre overclocked. So you can buy the GTX 750 and then overclock it your self and save that extra money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibTheGamer View Post
    If the budget is 15k, then you should definitely buy a R7-260X 2GB and a Corsair VS450 psu. R7-260X performs better than a GTX 750 and also performs almost the same as a GTX 750 Ti. Besides that, R7-260X also features TrueAudio and Mantle. And since your processor (i3-2100) is weak, the effect of mantle will be high, thus, you will get a high fps-boost in mantle-supported games

    And whatever you say, for a PC which will be under high stress (here, it's gaming), you need a branded psu for a more stable and a long-lasting PC.
    ok bro I'm taking your suggestion Thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azra3l View Post
    ok bro I'm taking your suggestion Thanks a lot
    You won't be disappointed with that decision

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibTheGamer View Post
    You won't be disappointed with that decision
    will 750ti bottleneck with i3 2100?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azra3l View Post
    will 750ti bottleneck with i3 2100?
    There will be no bottleneck

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