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    Default Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    onek koste taka manage korsi. Vabsi aigula kinbo-

    Intel i7 8XXX series CPU- 23,000 taka
    Gigabyte GA H55m-USB3- 9,000 taka
    Rams Twinmos/Transcend DDR3 1333MHZ - 7000 taka (APRX)
    PSU Thermaltake 600w - 10,000 taka.
    HDD 1 TB- jani na dam koto.
    GPU - Ati HD 5850 - 24000 taka.

    Total budget 82,000 taka.
    What do u think, are they rational? konta ki excess hoise? Ba kono ta ki bottleneck korbe? i havnt been in-touched with PC components lately, so thik moto janina.

    Mobo ar PSU future (not near future) crossfire er plan kore kinte chassi, naki bad dibo? 500w hoilei single card chole. taka ki kisu save kora uchit?

    Arekta jinis hosse PC kotha theke kinbo? Multiplan er akta dokan(techno palace) e sob kisur price bes kom kom kore chailo.plus bollo sapphire r card dite parbe. naki UCC theke? how is UCC's Customer support? becoz akhon porjonto amar joto frnd high end PC kinse, sobar i first er dike kisu na kisu problem dekhsi..Post buying customer service is an important thing.
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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    No, they are fine. I have a similar spec, but CPU is i7 860, Mobo is GA-P55-UD3 (14k silo March a) and 8 GB (4x2 GB, you seem to have 2x2 GB, you didn't mention, so had to guess from the price) RAM. 1TB HDD oisomoy 7k silo. Akhon dam komse sunsi. around ~6.5k maybe. And 5850 ki stock clock speed er ta (725/1000)? XFX na Gigabyte na Sapphire? Stock clock er hole to damta ektu beshie mone hochchhe.

    About crossfire => Forget about it. H55s are not for Crossfire setups. You will not get full performance. You can do that better with P55 chipsets, but I do not recommend. If you are mad for crossfire setup, then you should go for an X58 board and i7 9xx CPU. They have full crossfire support. You'll have to add ~10k more to get that setup. But one more powerful single card is always better than 2 weak cards. So, I don't recommend crossfiring.


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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    okay,im dropping the whole crossfire idea, i personally don like crossfire either,just was thinking about 2-3yrs later maybe my pc stops supporting new games..
    now here s the problem, UCC don have sapphire cards.Should i buy this from some crappy computer shop,that no one hasnt even heard of?
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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    Quote Originally Posted by shohag2018 View Post
    okay,im dropping the whole crossfire idea, i personally don like crossfire either,just was thinking about 2-3yrs later.
    now here s the problem, UCC don have sapphire card.Should buy this from some crappy computer shop,that no one hasnt even heard of?
    No, probably not. 5850 cards are selling like hot cakes, demand is too high. So, quality has been compromised. There is no guarantee what you will get. After the failure of Fermi, the price of 5850 has not gone down. Instead, it is going up sometimes. I got my Sapphire 5850 for 23500. I previously bought an XFX 5850 black edition for 26000, but as I said, quality was compromised. I was unlucky to get a faulty one, then got mine replaced with the Sapphire one + 2500 cash back.

    You should not buy from any infamous shop as they will flat out lie to you that you damaged the card or bla bla bla in case something bad happens. Wait for the card, just like I have waited.

    Send an email to UCC so that they give you a notification when 5850 cargo arrives. You may even pre order one so that nobody grabs it before you do.
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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    U shudn 't buy from some 'crappy computer shop', but there 's actually no harm buying from sm other firm than UCC. In fact it 's a wise idea to nt get them staright from the importer bcz they 'll charge you the customer price which they have set for their items. They offer vendor prices to other firms who in turn, since they buy for less, have the freedom to offer you a better price. And abt support, it 's a totally wrong idea that buying from a vendor will affect your warranty claims, it's nt them who provide the warranty, rather it's the importer. The vendor will only communicate your problems to the importer.

    The sapphire cards that u 've seen elsewhere are UCC products. So, u shouldn 't be worried abt warranty. What you need to worry abt is if they r faulty repacked units. I don' t want to say, but XYZ does this very often to save their shipping costs. I wouldn 't like to talk abt it in detail.
    And u shudn 't be buying the last remaining units . I 've had enough experience with them and im talking abt their products in particular.
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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    Quote Originally Posted by shohag2018 View Post
    onek koste taka manage korsi. Vabsi aigula kinbo-

    Intel i7 8XXX series CPU- 23,000 taka
    Gigabyte GA H55m-USB3- 9,000 taka
    Rams Twinmos/Transcend DDR3 1333MHZ - 7000 taka (APRX)
    PSU Thermaltake 600w - 10,000 taka.
    HDD 1 TB- jani na dam koto.
    GPU - Ati HD 5850 - 24000 taka.

    Total budget 82,000 taka.
    What do u think, are they rational? konta ki excess hoise? Ba kono ta ki bottleneck korbe? i havnt been in-touched with PC components lately, so thik moto janina.

    Mobo ar PSU future (not near future) crossfire er plan kore kinte chassi, naki bad dibo? 500w hoilei single card chole. taka ki kisu save kora uchit?

    Arekta jinis hosse PC kotha theke kinbo? Multiplan er akta dokan(techno palace) e sob kisur price bes kom kom kore chailo.plus bollo sapphire r card dite parbe. naki UCC theke? how is UCC's Customer support? becoz akhon porjonto amar joto frnd high end PC kinse, sobar i first er dike kisu na kisu problem dekhsi..Post buying customer service is an important thing.
    Either go with i7 9xx + x58(sli,x fire) or i5 750 + p55.
    H55 or H57 will do fine.
    1tb samsung priced around 5300~5400taka.

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    Quote Originally Posted by shohag2018 View Post
    onek koste taka manage korsi. Vabsi aigula kinbo-

    Intel i7 8XXX series CPU- 23,000 taka
    Gigabyte GA H55m-USB3- 9,000 taka
    Rams Twinmos/Transcend DDR3 1333MHZ - 7000 taka (APRX)
    PSU Thermaltake 600w - 10,000 taka.
    HDD 1 TB- jani na dam koto.
    GPU - Ati HD 5850 - 24000 taka.

    Total budget 82,000 taka.
    What do u think, are they rational? konta ki excess hoise? Ba kono ta ki bottleneck korbe? i havnt been in-touched with PC components lately, so thik moto janina.

    Mobo ar PSU future (not near future) crossfire er plan kore kinte chassi, naki bad dibo? 500w hoilei single card chole. taka ki kisu save kora uchit?

    Arekta jinis hosse PC kotha theke kinbo? Multiplan er akta dokan(techno palace) e sob kisur price bes kom kom kore chailo.plus bollo sapphire r card dite parbe. naki UCC theke? how is UCC's Customer support? becoz akhon porjonto amar joto frnd high end PC kinse, sobar i first er dike kisu na kisu problem dekhsi..Post buying customer service is an important thing.

    Buy this:

    Intel Core i5 750 - 14300TK
    ASUS P55 - 8200TK
    4GB (2x2) Twinmos DDR3 Kit RAM - 7600TK
    Samsung 1TB HDD - 5200TK
    Sapphire HD 5850 - 24500TK
    DELL ST2210 21.5 HDMI monitor - 13500TK

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon View Post
    Buy this:

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    Samsung 1TB HDD - 5200TK
    Sapphire HD 5850 - 24500TK
    DELL ST2210 21.5 HDMI monitor - 13500TK
    Which ASUS P55 board sells for BDT 8200.00 ?
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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    saw at technoedge they had bunchloads of 'em.
    asked faisal bhai and got that info.

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon View Post
    Buy this:

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    Sapphire HD 5850 - 24500TK
    DELL ST2210 21.5 HDMI monitor - 13500TK

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon View Post
    saw at technoedge they had bunchloads of 'em.
    asked faisal bhai and got that info.
    Same question, which model ?

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    last e M chilo eituku sure....

    guys just called Faisal bhai...he said it was a mistake ASUS H55 it is.
    MODEL is P7H55-M.

    sorry for my mistake also.and P55 sells for 11300TK.

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon View Post
    last e M chilo eituku sure....

    guys just called Faisal bhai...he said it was a mistake ASUS H55 it is.
    MODEL is P7H55-M.

    sorry for my mistake also.and P55 sells for 11300TK.
    Ok, I get it. When I first saw P55 at Tk.8200 and even that from Asus, I was like ... The cheapest would be Tk.11500. That would be P7P55D-M, the micro-ATX one. The micro-ATX has a lot less features than the full ATX one.

    Quote Originally Posted by shohag2018 View Post
    onek koste taka manage korsi. Vabsi aigula kinbo-

    Intel i7 8XXX series CPU- 23,000 taka
    Gigabyte GA H55m-USB3- 9,000 taka
    Rams Twinmos/Transcend DDR3 1333MHZ - 7000 taka (APRX)
    PSU Thermaltake 600w - 10,000 taka.
    HDD 1 TB- jani na dam koto.
    GPU - Ati HD 5850 - 24000 taka.

    Total budget 82,000 taka.
    What do u think, are they rational? konta ki excess hoise? Ba kono ta ki bottleneck korbe? i havnt been in-touched with PC components lately, so thik moto janina.

    Mobo ar PSU future (not near future) crossfire er plan kore kinte chassi, naki bad dibo? 500w hoilei single card chole. taka ki kisu save kora uchit?

    Arekta jinis hosse PC kotha theke kinbo? Multiplan er akta dokan(techno palace) e sob kisur price bes kom kom kore chailo.plus bollo sapphire r card dite parbe. naki UCC theke? how is UCC's Customer support? becoz akhon porjonto amar joto frnd high end PC kinse, sobar i first er dike kisu na kisu problem dekhsi..Post buying customer service is an important thing.
    OK, coming back to our topic. If gaming is your first priority, I would say just ditch that i7 860 and just switch to i5 750. Trust me. You will love it when you find that you have some additional cash to upgrade in the future. i7 860 with H55? There are not much additional benefits over i5 750 here. Not only are you missing CrossFire, you are also being deprived of QPI, Tri-Channel memory, full dual PCI Express x16 slots, etc. If you really want i7 and want Crossfire or SLI, at least get a good p55 board or go for the i7 930 or 920. That would be a better buy if you could up your budget.

    While, 5850 will provide good performance, I would strongly recommend 5870 for you if you go with the i5 750. That would ensure quite a long gaming future for you, considering the rate at which technology becomes obsolete these days. The additional price for the i7 860 can be better utilized with one 5870. You will just need to add a little additional money to the whole configuration.

    About HDDs, HDDs are nowadays cheap like anything. 1TB WD Caviar Blue would be Tk.5300 if you buy from Computer Source showroom and 1TB Samsung F3 would be Tk.5400 from any retail shops. So you can just leave in peace with HDDs price.

    About PSU, Thermaltake is just overpriced in Bd. It is needless to say how UCC trick customers and place such a high profit margins over their Sales. They are the worst PC component sellers of Bd. When they found they cannot profit with Transcend, they brought in Silicon Power to increase the gap between cost price and selling price. Anyways get a Delta PSU from Binary logic. It will be a way better buy. A 650W will cost you Tk.9500. Although they are out of stock now, they have confirmed that after Eid, they will get all their shipments. I could have also mentioned Asus PSUs but the problem is Global is not interested to bring in Asus PSUs at the moment. You will need to place order if you want one which will cost you higher.

    Last but not the least, Twinmos is the best RAM you can get today in BD. Transcend is rarely available and even if available, cost will be sky high and there is no phenomenal performance difference.

    Finally, I am extremely sorry for writing such a long post and hurting your eyes. Please forgive me .
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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    eye hurt korbe kan?
    nice post tahmid.
    +1.

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    @mdtahmid , thanks a lot brohter for ur detailed info..no need to be polite about that.but sadly enough, i ve already bought my PC...if only i read ur post earlier..anyways, whats done is done..plus i cudnt wait till eid to come, my vacation wud be over by then, nd i ll be busy like anything with studies..so..yeah..i guess i ll just be happy with what i bought nd try to enjoy that..anyways guys thanks a lot for ur help.

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    @SHOHAG - ki ki parts kinla....post deo.

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    Congratulations bro! May your gaming life go smoothly with your new PC. Do not forget to make a thread about your buy and post pictures too. If possible post benchmarks. I am really anxious to meet your PC.

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon View Post
    @SHOHAG- ki ki parts kinla....post deo.
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    oigulai jegula kenar kotha silo..hope i havnt wasted money for nothing.


    Quote Originally Posted by mdtahmid View Post
    Congratulations bro! May your gaming life go smoothly with your new PC. Do not forget to make a thread about your buy and post pictures too. If possible post benchmarks. I am really anxious to meet your PC.
    Thanks a lot brother. i ll soon post the pictures..
    nd gaming life was going smoother than ever, until i found out my 650va UPS is nt going to cut it anymore..nd here i am left with no cash what so ever,still to buy a 7000 taka UPS..
    Last edited by shohag2018; September 2nd, 2010 at 21:25.

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    Quote Originally Posted by shohag2018 View Post
    Mainboard Gigabyte H55M-USB3
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    oigulai jegula kenar kotha silo..hope i havnt wasted money for nothing.
    Koto nilo Sapphire 5850?

    BTW, ota "Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 1 GB GDDR5" hobe

    I would say you wasted money if you plan on gaming only, that i7 was not necessary. i5 could've offered same performance in games while staying cooler, and offering more OC potential (the stock cooler of this i7 is crap, change it if you plan on OCing).
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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    i7 860 is definitely a waste.

    you should have bought i5 750.otherwise great rig.

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    Default Re: Decided Hardware components for my new PC. Are they rational,what do u think?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon View Post
    i7 860 is definitely a waste.

    you should have bought i5 750.otherwise great rig.
    ya..looks that way..ki ar kora, whats done is done..

    @ proton chain..yup..u re ryt, ovvas hoye gase radeon bolle Ati chole ase.correcting that.

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