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    Red face Suggest parts for a low-budget PC

    Well, I am going to buy a low-budget PC, and being confused at the last moment, need your suggestion.

    I have planned to buy the following items.
    *CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core E5400 2.7GHz
    *Motherboard: Gigabyte G41M Combo [that supports DDR3 memory]
    *RAM: Transcend 2x 2GB DDR3 AXE RAM [if it is good and available in BD market]
    *HDD: Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB
    *CPU Cooler: Thermaltake SpinQ VT
    *GPU: Sapphire HD 4670

    Now I just need your opinions about this. I have confusion about the RAM, CPU Cooler, Motherboard and GPU. I'm going to buy the GPU later that's why buying a Mobo with built-in graphics. Please suggest things.

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    Default Re: Suggest parts for a low-budget PC

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Well, I am going to buy a low-budget PC, and being confused at the last moment, need your suggestion.

    I have planned to buy the following items.
    *CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core E5400 2.7GHz
    *Motherboard: Gigabyte G41M Combo [that supports DDR3 memory]
    *RAM: Transcend 2x 2GB DDR3 AXE RAM [if it is good and available in BD market]
    *HDD: Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB
    *CPU Cooler: Thermaltake SpinQ VT
    *GPU: Sapphire HD 4670

    Now I just need your opinions about this. I have confusion about the RAM, CPU Cooler, Motherboard and GPU. I'm going to buy the GPU later that's why buying a Mobo with built-in graphics. Please suggest things.
    You want an AXE RAM? An AXE RAM with Dual Core? Bhai Buijho. This RAM is for overclocking and I am pretty sure you are not going to to that much. Moreover, the money you spend to buy UCC's overcloking RAM can better be used to get a better GPU than a 4670. And please do not but this SpinQ VT. They combined money from the AXE RAM and SpinQ VT cooler better be used on a GPU. I recommend an HD 5770 (Tk.12500) for a new PC. Seriously, get at least a GTX260 (Tk.11000), if you want PhysX, or even an HD 5750 (Tk.11000?) if you cannot afford anything higher. The rest items look reasonable. The motherboard is good. The HDD is good. So please look into what I have written here. You won't regret it, Inshallah !

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    Default Re: Suggest parts for a low-budget PC

    aite bro thanks a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by |--| View Post
    You want an AXE RAM? An AXE RAM with Dual Core? Bhai Buijho. This RAM is for overclocking and I am pretty sure you are not going to to that much. Moreover, the money you spend to buy UCC's overcloking RAM can better be used to get a better GPU than a 4670. And please do not but this SpinQ VT. They combined money from the AXE RAM and SpinQ VT cooler better be used on a GPU. I recommend an HD 5770 (Tk.12500) for a new PC. Seriously, get at least a GTX260 (Tk.11000), if you want PhysX, or even an HD 5750 (Tk.11000?) if you cannot afford anything higher. The rest items look reasonable. The motherboard is good. The HDD is good. So please look into what I have written here. You won't regret it, Inshallah !
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    but i think we r skipping one vital point .... he will need a decent brand psu to run those card .... as i don't know d price of X-ram, i can't combine d total price of spinqvt/* 4.2k i guess*/ n x-ram ...therefore, it'd b tough for me to suggest a preferable gpu+psu ...

    but as tahmid did mention about hd5750 n hd5770 /*hope u don't mind if i speak out ur real name */ they will need at least a good 500W psu for full perform ....

    OT: seriously man, spinqvt + X ram he might b planed for a heavy-oc in later if u were not highly discouraged him but as a gamer's point of view, ur suggestion is appreciable ... so rep+ ...
    Last edited by Mahfuz; September 25th, 2010 at 00:52.

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    umm....i might be wrong, but...tar por o bole dei... ami ATI 4670 1gb DDR3 chalacchi ekta...gpu cooler chara..kono prob hocche na. so jodi budget ta onno kicchu te shift korte chan, tahole mone hoye cooler ta baad dewa jabe ( i'm not aware of the cooler's price )...4670 te cooling prob hoye na.
    when god created me, he was just showing off..!!!

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    Default Re: Suggest parts for a low-budget PC

    Quote Originally Posted by Rajmi View Post
    umm....i might be wrong, but...tar por o bole dei... ami ATI 4670 1gb DDR3 chalacchi ekta...gpu cooler chara..kono prob hocche na. so jodi budget ta onno kicchu te shift korte chan, tahole mone hoye cooler ta baad dewa jabe ( i'm not aware of the cooler's price )...4670 te cooling prob hoye na.
    spinq vt is cpu compatible cooler , bro ..... n 4670 is come with a cooler fan itself, afaik ..... so there won't b need a extra gpu cooler for under controling its temperature ....
    Last edited by Mahfuz; September 25th, 2010 at 00:48.

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    Default Re: Suggest parts for a low-budget PC

    i'm going for corsair 2gb ram from xanadu bro.
    And i'm really thinkin to overclock the cpu to around 3.5 if stable.

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    Default Re: Suggest parts for a low-budget PC

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    i'm going for corsair 2gb ram from xanadu bro.
    And i'm really thinkin to overclock the cpu to around 3.5 if stable.
    Get the cheapest DDR2 RAM you can find. There is no point in going for DDR3 or even high performance DDR2. You can set the RAM divider in BIOS after overclocking to overcome RAM problem, if you are so concerned about it. There is also no need for the SpinQ VT for a Core 2 Duo OC, they are cool chips and come with good stock coolers. Spend money on GPU and PSU. I recommend buying a decent PSU (~600W) so that you don't have to buy PSUs every year when you upgrade your PC. It will cost more, but will give you peace of mind.


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    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    Get the cheapest DDR2 RAM you can find. There is no point in going for DDR3 or even high performance DDR2. You can set the RAM divider in BIOS after overclocking to overcome RAM problem, if you are so concerned about it. There is also no need for the SpinQ VT for a Core 2 Duo OC, they are cool chips and come with good stock coolers. Spend money on GPU and PSU. I recommend buying a decent PSU (~600W) so that you don't have to buy PSUs every year when you upgrade your PC. It will cost more, but will give you peace of mind.
    Okay, thanks bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    Get the cheapest DDR2 RAM you can find. There is no point in going for DDR3 or even high performance DDR2. You can set the RAM divider in BIOS after overclocking to overcome RAM problem, if you are so concerned about it. There is also no need for the SpinQ VT for a Core 2 Duo OC, they are cool chips and come with good stock coolers. Spend money on GPU and PSU. I recommend buying a decent PSU (~600W) so that you don't have to buy PSUs every year when you upgrade your PC. It will cost more, but will give you peace of mind.
    agreed with you...dual cores coolers are much better than the i-7's too

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    Quote Originally Posted by rion_uttara View Post
    agreed with you...dual cores coolers are much better than the i-7's too
    dude have u seen the i7 9xx series coolers?They r wayy better but 8xxseries cooler suckzz btw!!

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