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    Default Suggestion for PC Parts

    so, i might be able to get some products from Honk Kong
    so i need some suggestion for following parts
    NOTE: Cost as less as possible

    Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 945 Deneb 3.0GHz / AMD Phenom II X6 1055T Thuban 2.8GHz

    Motherboard: Gigabyte/Asus (which chipset?)

    GPU: Palit Sonic Platinum / MSI Cyclone / Galaxy GC Version

    RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws

    PSU: COOLER MASTER Silent Pro M600 / COOLER MASTER GX Series RS650

    please suggest ASAP
    i'm gonna have to submit it by 2morrow
    thanking u in advance

    if u think u have a better config in mind
    plz do suggest nijer mone kore(at least for now )

    NOTE: Decided products has a very high chance of being imported to BD for sale
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    Here goes my advices (note, I'm NOT related to HW's for many days )...

    GPU: Get the 1GB version of GTX 460, avoiding the 768MB version would be better. And again, avoid EVGA, they prices their GPUs higher than the others.

    RAM: No idea about the RAM support of that mobo, but if that supports 6GB, then get the following. Note, I'd suggest u NOT to get 4GB, as they're common now-a-days. Getting 6GB is best, 8/12GB is overkill or way-too-much pricey, IMO.

    OCZ 6GB (3 x 2GB) DDR3 1600 OCZ3X1600R2LV6GK : LINK

    PSU: I think even a 500W PSU will be enough for that PC. But, u know... investing on a PSU was never a loss, infact a wise decision, IMO. Get Corsair TX950W LINK .And, Corsair is the best. Both in quality & in price : performance ratio, I don't understand what problem u find with Corsair. :S

    Anyway, Corsair PSU prices increases 20$ for 100W. Like: 950W is 140$, 850W is 120$, 750W is 100$. People hardly find chance(s) to bring hardware(s) from abroad, and I think u should make best use of this chance. Bring that 950W and use it for more than 5 years. It's also one of the best PSU from Corsair.

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    Default Re: Suggestion for a PC Parts

    For Ram get the G.Skill Ripjaws... those Rams will rip through with that Deneb, n that ASRock mobo support that ram without any probems...

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    Default Re: Suggestion for a PC Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by HotSHot View Post
    For Ram get the G.Skill Ripjaws... those Rams will rip through with that Deneb, n that ASRock mobo support that ram without any probems...
    i'm not sure:
    which AMD chipset to go with
    brand for GTX 460
    and a suitable PSU
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    I dn 't understand y u would want to buy an X4 in September 2010 (Yes i know it 's cheaper, but im quite sure that getting a proc. with $200 is not a problem 4u). I suggest you to get an X6 or go with an intel platform.

    Abt the board, do not buy ASROCK or ECS if u can afford to buy something Equivalent from ASUS/GIGABYTE. Head over to post # 7 on this thrd - http://banglagamer.com/forums/showth...889#post214889

    Get A-DATA XPG 1600 /G-Skill/OCz consumer line 1600 modules.

    There are better GTX 460s than those from EVGA. The Galaxy KFA2 and PALIT SONIC are better in terms of both performance and price.

    Can u explain what makes u think that Corsair PSUs are Expensive for what they offer ? There 's a lot more to a good PSU than just the wattage and the 12V rail. Noise,ripple and voltage regulation are the prime factors that determine a PSU 's quality. And if u take these into account Corsair actually puts a cheaper price tag on their units than its competitors.
    There 's no reason to run after multiple 12V rails rather than a single 12V rail even if the multiple rails add to up to a bigger ampere rating than that of the single rail. Say u 've four rails, 20A on each. U 'll never be nearing to 20A on the rail that is powering the HDD/ODD/Lights/Fans. On the other hand it is quite possible to near or even exceed 20A on the rail which is powering your GFX card if your card is a heavily OC'd 5970/480, and the OCP switch shall trip. Therfore u 've a PSU capable 'f doing 80A on the 12V rail, but still it 's not enough to handle your monster card because it does not channel enough current on the PCI-Ex connectors, and there is surplus current on the the rail powering the ard drives, beacause the rails are split.
    On the other hand a PSU with a single 60A 12V rail for example has the ability to deliver upto 60A straight which is enough for the best cards paired along with a hungry proc. and loadds of HDDs+ODDs+Fans. And you can use all of the 60A unlike in Multiple rail PSU where there is left-over that cannot be utilized in the right place.
    And remeber that a PSU that has four 20A 12V rails does not have a combined loading capacity of 80A on the 12V rail. It 's a lot less, something that is quite similar to a single railed PSU of equal wattage.
    Finally, get a PSU from Seasonic/Corsair/ PC Power and Cooling. The price is not steep for what they offer for it.
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    ram r bepar ta tahole boli....jei ram e nao AMD platform akono direct 1333 mhz bus supported....bakigula Oc korte hoy.......bliv na hole AMD X6 r specification ta dekte paro
    another thing is pc power cooling r PSU nite paro coz aitar efficiency rate onek besi.....ami onek pro hardware technician der kas theke sunsi aita nd they are from abroad.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    I dn 't understand y u would want to buy an X4 in September 2010 (Yes i know it 's cheaper, but im quite sure that getting a proc. with $200 is not a problem 4u). I suggest you to get an X6 or go with an intel platform.

    Abt the board, do not buy ASROCK or ECS if u can afford to buy something Equivalent from ASUS/GIGABYTE. Head over to post # 7 on this thrd - http://banglagamer.com/forums/showth...889#post214889

    Get A-DATA XPG 1600 /G-Skill/OCz consumer line 1600 modules.

    There are better GTX 460s than those from EVGA. The Galaxy KFA2 and PALIT SONIC are better in terms of both performance and price.

    Can u explain what makes u think that Corsair PSUs are Expensive for what they offer ? There 's a lot more to a good PSU than just the wattage and the 12V rail. Noise,ripple and voltage regulation are the prime factors that determine a PSU 's quality. And if u take these into account Corsair actually puts a cheaper price tag on their units than its competitors.
    There 's no reason to run after multiple 12V rails rather than a single 12V rail even if the multiple rails add to up to a bigger ampere rating than that of the single rail. Say u 've four rails, 20A on each. U 'll never be nearing to 20A on the rail that is powering the HDD/ODD/Lights/Fans. On the other hand it is quite possible to near or even exceed 20A on the rail which is powering your GFX card if your card is a heavily OC'd 5970/480, and the OCP switch shall trip. Therfore u 've a PSU capable 'f doing 80A on the 12V rail, but still it 's not enough to handle your monster card because it does not channel enough current on the PCI-Ex connectors, and there is surplus current on the the rail powering the ard drives, beacause the rails are split.
    On the other hand a PSU with a single 60A 12V rail for example has the ability to deliver upto 60A straight which is enough for the best cards paired along with a hungry proc. and loadds of HDDs+ODDs+Fans. And you can use all of the 60A unlike in Multiple rail PSU where there is left-over that cannot be utilized in the right place.
    And remeber that a PSU that has four 20A 12V rails does not have a combined loading capacity of 80A on the 12V rail. It 's a lot less, something that is quite similar to a single railed PSU of equal wattage.
    Finally, get a PSU from Seasonic/Corsair/ PC Power and Cooling. The price is not steep for what they offer for it.
    since getting it from abroad wanna go for AMD & what would be the diff between i5 & x4 945?
    for the board, which chipset do u recommend(min:4GB RAM, AM3+,1600Mhz standard,etc.)?
    so Palit/Galaxy whichever will be available
    which module with low latency. Ripjaws maybe?
    for PSU, how about Antec Neo Eco 620C ?
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    For AMD systems, atleast try to get a Phenom II X6 1055T [Thuban]. Otherwise, the Phenom II 945 is fine

    Motherboard: 890FX chipset for best performance, 790GX for a budget. Dont go lower, that ASRock board is problematic (nvidia?!). Atleast get this: ASRock 790GX

    Secondly, for the RAM you need a Powerchips IC for good overclocking on AMD systems. You should be looking at G. Skill w/ Powerchips IC

    GTX 460 should be the 1GB model. You wont really go wrong with either vendor, but a nice discount here and a great card: MSI Cyclone

    About PSU, dont really need anything above 600W unless you want to go Dual GPU, but a modular PSU should help the mess of cables somewhat. Try to get this: XFX 650W. For cheaper, get this: Cooler Master Silent Pro 600W

    Off topic, but to clear out some misinformation: PC Power and Cooling were the best before, they are still great but not the best anymore. Their OEM was Seasonic before, and Seasonic made specially designed PSU's built to PCP&C's tight spec (hence they were slightly better than Seasonic themselves) . Nowadays, after OCZ bought PCP&C, they changed their OEM to Sirfa/Highpower, and arent the 'best' anymore. That mantle has gone to Seasonic, and Corsair to some extent since Seasonic is the OEM now for their best PSU's (ie Corsair AX series)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ЯV●@spret View Post
    ram r bepar ta tahole boli....jei ram e nao AMD platform akono direct 1333 mhz bus supported....bakigula Oc korte hoy.......bliv na hole AMD X6 r specification ta dekte paro
    another thing is pc power cooling r PSU nite paro coz aitar efficiency rate onek besi.....ami onek pro hardware technician der kas theke sunsi aita nd they are from abroad.....
    Hemlock r X6 r suggession ta nile better hobe coz 1055t r price 198dollar,,,,,,r sathe maximus formula 4 nite parle to kothai nai......225 dollar
    ami price disi AMAZON r ......okane newegg theke price kom ase.....
    yes just noticed
    that's why user reviews mentions OCing everytime
    what do i do then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    For AMD systems, atleast try to get a Phenom II X6 1055T [Thuban]. Otherwise, the Phenom II 945 is fine

    Motherboard: 890FX chipset for best performance, 790GX for a budget. Dont go lower, that ASRock board is problematic (nvidia?!). Atleast get this: ASRock 790GX

    Secondly, for the RAM you need a Powerchips IC for good overclocking on AMD systems. You should be looking at G. Skill w/ Powerchips IC

    GTX 460 should be the 1GB model. You wont really go wrong with either vendor, but a nice discount here and a great card: MSI Cyclone

    About PSU, dont really need anything above 600W unless you want to go Dual GPU, but a modular PSU should help the mess of cables somewhat. Try to get this: XFX 650W. For cheaper, get this: Cooler Master Silent Pro 600W

    Off topic, but to clear out some misinformation: PC Power and Cooling were the best before, they are still great but not the best anymore. Their OEM was Seasonic before, and Seasonic made specially designed PSU's built to PCP&C's tight spec (hence they were slightly better than Seasonic themselves) . Nowadays, after OCZ bought PCP&C, they changed their OEM to Sirfa/Highpower, and arent the 'best' anymore. That mantle has gone to Seasonic, and Corsair to some extent since Seasonic is the OEM now for their best PSU's (ie Corsair AX series)
    Processor: Keep both under consideration cause now its just not a matter of personal opinion

    Motherboard: please check the links below:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813130293
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813130276
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-290-_-Product

    GPU: Palit/Galaxy/MSI (whichever available and cost less)

    RAM: the one u provide is a bit expensive. can u suggest more affordable one with similar features?

    PSU: How about this one Antec Neo Eco 620C ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    yes just noticed
    that's why user reviews mentions OCing everytime
    what do i do then?

    Processor: Keep both under consideration cause now its just not a matter of personal opinion

    Motherboard: please check the links below:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813130293
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813130276
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-290-_-Product

    GPU: Palit/Galaxy/MSI (whichever available and cost less)

    RAM: the one u provide is a bit expensive. can u suggest more affordable one with similar features?

    PSU: How about this one Antec Neo Eco 620C ?
    Get the PSU I recommended [budget = CM = same price]. Its modular, will save you hassle. The Antec is overpriced IMO

    RAM: Cheapest Id recommend is OCZ - Micron IC. RAM overclocking (along with northbridge/IMC overclock) on an AMD platform gives around 12 - 18 % more performance in gaming. No Joke. RAM is more important on AMD than Intel really, since the maximum RAM overclock determines your northbridge overclock as well. Also, the 6 core Thubans overclock the nb like mad, Denebs are tame compared to them.

    Motherboard: Those are fine, the ASRock I recommend would be slightly better performing but the ones you linked to are OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Try to get this: XFX 650W.
    Just a note... :S
    All reviewers said XFX 850W Black Edition is an excellent product, without any major flaw(s)... but overclock3d.net disagrees a bit... :S Look here -

    REVIEW LINK

    Right about now I’d probably be contemplating an award such as Editors Choice or maybe Gamers Choice and an almost full-bars score. But unfortunately as I’ve already covered on the previous page, the XFX Black Edition 850w does have a a tendency to go ‘pop’ under certain load conditions. These conditions were of course outside specification during the "Max Load" tests where the unit was placed under a load approaching 1000W, but under no circumstances should a PSU of this quality fail in this manner simply because the load is too high. OCP (Over Current Protection) should kick in every time, saving both the PSU from failure and your hardware from being 'zapped'. For this reason alone the Black Edition 850w won't be walking away with any awards today, which is a great shame considering how well it performed in all other areas.
    The Bad
    - OCP failed to power off unit in max-load test 7 before it died with a bang.
    Performance: 6/10
    Price: 8/10
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    I don't think it'll be a big issue, but... u know... just a note... :S

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    I know OCP is an issue, but thats only the 850W AFAIK, also its when it gives an output of near 1000W. Yeah..

    Not a problem, but I think he is leaning towards the CM anyway since its cheaper

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    Default Re: Suggestion for a PC Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Rion View Post
    Just a note... :S
    All reviewers said XFX 850W Black Edition is an excellent product, without any major flaw(s)... but overclock3d.net disagrees a bit... :S Look here -

    REVIEW LINK







    I don't think it'll be a big issue, but... u know... just a note... :S

    I don 't know if u 've read it carefully. Well it 's nothing that u 'll encounter during normal loading operations. It just happened bcz they were manually building an overload to test the extreme limits. U wouldn 't be pulling that sort 'f power under any circumstances, that i can bet.
    BTW, do not compare the 650W to the 850W. The 650W is good too but the 850W XFX is an M12D from Seasonic under the hood - 1 legendary build that can be found at the heart of the best power supplies manufactured to date. The PCP&C 910 silencer is also built on this platform. In fact all or should i say most platforms frm Seasonic are really well-built and set a standard in the PSU department.

    ---------- Post added at 14:44 ---------- Previous post was at 14:39 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    For AMD systems, atleast try to get a Phenom II X6 1055T [Thuban]. Otherwise, the Phenom II 945 is fine

    Motherboard: 890FX chipset for best performance, 790GX for a budget. Dont go lower, that ASRock board is problematic (nvidia?!). Atleast get this: ASRock 790GX

    Secondly, for the RAM you need a Powerchips IC for good overclocking on AMD systems. You should be looking at G. Skill w/ Powerchips IC

    GTX 460 should be the 1GB model. You wont really go wrong with either vendor, but a nice discount here and a great card: MSI Cyclone

    About PSU, dont really need anything above 600W unless you want to go Dual GPU, but a modular PSU should help the mess of cables somewhat. Try to get this: XFX 650W. For cheaper, get this: Cooler Master Silent Pro 600W

    Off topic, but to clear out some misinformation: PC Power and Cooling were the best before, they are still great but not the best anymore. Their OEM was Seasonic before, and Seasonic made specially designed PSU's built to PCP&C's tight spec (hence they were slightly better than Seasonic themselves) . Nowadays, after OCZ bought PCP&C, they changed their OEM to Sirfa/Highpower, and arent the 'best' anymore. That mantle has gone to Seasonic, and Corsair to some extent since Seasonic is the OEM now for their best PSU's (ie Corsair AX series)
    Nice info there. I didn 't know that PCP&C was bought by OCZ and that there new units are influenced by Sirfa instead of Seasonic. Now that i know ill not be recommending the recent products from PCP&C. Thnx.
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    Default Re: Suggestion for a PC Parts

    ami 1ta list dei dakho tomar budget r modde hoy kina
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    RAM: OCZ Gold Tripple channel edition 1333mhz 3X2 Gb
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    Default Re: Suggestion for a PC Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by ЯV●@spret View Post
    ami 1ta list dei dakho tomar budget r modde hoy kina
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    Mobo: Asus maximus formula IV

    RAM: OCZ Gold Tripple channel edition 1333mhz 3X2 Gb
    PSU: Cooler Master Gx series 700w
    GPU: Gigabyte GTX460 1gb edition

    ami janina tomar budget koto......but amar mone hoy tomar budget ei hoye jabe eigula......r 1 kotha boli USA theke kinle NEWEGG theke na newai better.......parle AMAZON theke kinte boilo j kinbe......oder service valo nd price iktu kom onnoder theke.....
    See his motherboard links and mine. Hes looking at budget boards. A Crosshair most definitely doesnt fit that bill, its 2x more expensive :S

    Avoid that OCZ gold, if im not mistaken its a Qimonda IC. Wont go well with AMD systems. He either needs a Powerchips or Micron IC, preferably Powerchips (there in my links).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    I don 't know if u 've read it carefully. Well it 's nothing that u 'll encounter during normal loading operations. It just happened bcz they were manually building an overload to test the extreme limits. U wouldn 't be pulling that sort 'f power under any circumstances, that i can bet.
    Hmm... I understand. And, that's why I've written this -
    "I don't think it'll be a big issue, but... u know... just a note...:S"

    Anyway, I know that the thread starter won't do much OCing, neither he'll pull such power, nor he'll buy 950W psu...
    I was just... u know.. that thing was kinda offtopic.. :mellow:

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    BTW, do not compare the 650W to the 850W. The 650W is good too but the 850W XFX is an M12D from Seasonic under the hood - 1 legendary build that can be found at the heart of the best power supplies manufactured to date. The PCP&C 910 silencer is also built on this platform. In fact all or should i say most platforms frm Seasonic are really well-built and set a standard in the PSU department.
    Hmm... but, this kind of OCP issue in this kind of product... that seemed quite strange to me. :S
    Anyway, leave it bhaiya... no need to discuss about it anymore.
    Most people will buy Corsair TX850W or PCP&C Silencer 910W or TurboCool instead of XFX Black 850W...

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    Default Re: Suggestion for a PC Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Get the PSU I recommended [budget = CM = same price]. Its modular, will save you hassle. The Antec is overpriced IMO

    RAM: Cheapest Id recommend is OCZ - Micron IC. RAM overclocking (along with northbridge/IMC overclock) on an AMD platform gives around 12 - 18 % more performance in gaming. No Joke. RAM is more important on AMD than Intel really, since the maximum RAM overclock determines your northbridge overclock as well. Also, the 6 core Thubans overclock the nb like mad, Denebs are tame compared to them.

    Motherboard: Those are fine, the ASRock I recommend would be slightly better performing but the ones you linked to are OK.
    yes ur PSU choice was excellent
    and Hemlock was suggesting Asus/Gigabyte rather than ASRock. what do u say?
    about the RAM, if u'd follow the link to the user feedback most of them had it RMAed. i think it's faulty. what do u think?

    Quote Originally Posted by ЯV●@spret View Post
    ami 1ta list dei dakho tomar budget r modde hoy kina
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    ami janina tomar budget koto......but amar mone hoy tomar budget ei hoye jabe eigula......r 1 kotha boli USA theke kinle NEWEGG theke na newai better.......parle AMAZON theke kinte boilo j kinbe......oder service valo nd price iktu kom onnoder theke.....

    ---------- Post added at 16:23 ---------- Previous post was at 16:13 ----------

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    Processor: OK
    Mobo: sth that fulfills min requirements
    RAM: I checked some user reviews most OCZ don't go with AMDs. so i choose G.SKILL. lets see what Mazhar bhai says
    PSU: my budget fits 650W of same series. but the one Mazhar bhai gave has less wattage but is Modular. the diff in price is small. confused! 8|
    http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=4199
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    GPU: Others are saying MSI/Palit/Galaxy

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    Default Re: Suggestion for a PC Parts

    Sorry for the late entry but here's my 2 cents:

    Processor: Phenom II X6 1055T

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    RAM: OCZ is a dead brand as far as RAM is concerned, get the G.Skill sticks

    PSU: Get the Silent Pro M600 Modular, trust me, it'll save you a lot of cable management headaches. And don't get caught by the "moar wattage = better" craptalk. That PSU is just fine for powering even the best single card out there. Also, read this.

    Here's a quote for your convenience:
    The bottom line is, for 99% of the folks out there single vs. multiple +12V rails is a NON ISSUE. It's something that has been hyped up by marketing folks on BOTH SIDES of the fence. Too often we see mis-prioritized requests for PSU advice: Asking "what single +12V rail PSU should I get" when the person isn't even running SLI! Unless you're running a plethora of Peltiers in your machine, it should be a non-issue assuming that the PSU has all of the connectors your machine requires and there are no need for "splitters"
    GPU: Try to get an MSI Cyclone 460 GTX 1GB

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    Default Re: Suggestion for a PC Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by hiei-warrior View Post
    Sorry for the late entry but here's my 2 cents:

    Processor: Phenom II X6 1055T

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    RAM: OCZ is a dead brand as far as RAM is concerned, get the G.Skill sticks

    PSU: Get the Silent Pro M600 Modular, trust me, it'll save you a lot of cable management headaches. And don't get caught by the "moar wattage = better" craptalk. That PSU is just fine for powering even the best single card out there. Also, read this.

    Here's a quote for your convenience:


    GPU: Try to get an MSI Cyclone 460 GTX 1GB
    Mobo: out of my budget. sth that is sufficient enough to base the rig. 4 x16 slots is overkill.
    RAM: Mazhar bhai was mentioning sth about 'IC'. he mentioned a pair of G.SKILL but that'd be last option
    if i can buy sth cheaper would save me from lot of trouble. what do u think about the link i gave?
    PSU: that's correct but the 650W Gx series has more Amperes on 12v also
    GPU: MSI is also good but why not Galaxy or Palit?

    NOTE: plz do remember that these products will be bought in quantities also for sale in BD
    so i thought keeping prices under affordable range would be good for customers and sale
    target is based on mid-budget gamers/pc enthusiasts
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    Default Re: Suggestion for a PC Parts

    The ASRock motherboard I gave you the link of is has to be ignored since its DDR2. The cheapest I would suggest, cheapest as in dont go lower than this, is a ASRock 870 Chipset. If you want to spend more, get ASUS 870 Chipset. Do you want to spend more?

    Get the RAM you linked to. Just got word that OCZ dont do Micron IC any more for their AMD obsidian sticks. Nanya or Qimonda now, zzz. You will be ok with those G. Skill sticks, if youre lucky you will get Microns. Should be OK either way, if youre not overclocking too much itl be fine.

    Btw, OCZ is nowhere near dead! They are only restructuring, reducing the number of models they have, which is good since they have a massive number of models which overlap each other as well.
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