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    Default Need help with buying the right components for a gaming pc.

    Hello people, I'm pretty new to this place and this is my first post. I've been using an xbox 360 to meet my gaming needs/timeout from the real world for the last few years but frankly, I think it's time I got a gaming pc. So I hope I get to make an awesome gaming rig with help from you guys.

    My budget is a 100k (Only for the CPU. I will need suggestions for a monitor, but lets not factor the monitor price into that 100k.)
    I play pretty much everything I can get my hands on. Mostly RPG and FPS.

    Also I am pretty much an amateur concerning computers and everything about it. So I will also need suggestions about places from which I can buy/assemble the components.

    You help is very much appreciated.

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    Processor: Core i5 4590
    Mobo: asus/gigabyte b85/msi pc mate z97 maybe
    GPU: 970/290X
    SSD: 120/128GB
    HDD: 1/2TB SATA3
    Psu: Tt tough 550W for nvidia or 650w or amd
    Case : upto u

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    Monitor: get a good ips full hd 24"

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    i5 4590 ~ 16k
    B85 mobo ~ 7k
    2x8GB DDR3 RAM ~ 14k
    r9 290 4GB ~ 31k
    CM V550 ~ 8k
    2TB WD Blue ~ 8k
    128GB SSD ~ 8-10k (Not sure about what brands are available right now in Bangladesh)
    ODD ~ 1.5k
    Case ~ 5k

    Total ~ 98.5k -100.5k

    U may opt to drop the SSD and get a better GPU but SSD gives a much better desktop experience IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusharratC View Post
    CM V550 ~ 8k
    550w psu er daam etto :O

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    550w psu er daam etto :O
    Mama er cheye kome hoy na, tt lp nite chaile nen oi maal eita na.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusharratC View Post
    U may opt to drop the SSD and get a better GPU but SSD gives a much better desktop experience IMO.
    Let's say I don't want the SSD, what GPU would you suggest?

    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
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    Monitor: get a good ips full hd 24"
    Any particular brand and/or model that you would recommend?
    Last edited by Shahriar Ashraf; December 29th, 2014 at 14:19.

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    Btw be advised corsair psu make a lot of noise while running on ups where tt doesn't do that, one more thing i totally forgot abt the RAM get 1600MHz 4GB*2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shahriar Ashraf View Post
    Let's say I don't want the SSD, what GPU would you suggest?



    Any particular brand and/or model that you would recommend?
    U should consider taking an ssd and for gpu 970/290x will yield the absolute best performance.

    For monitor take asus/LG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    550w psu er daam etto :O
    :v 80 plus gold, semi modular bhai!

    Quote Originally Posted by Shahriar Ashraf View Post
    Let's say I don't want the SSD, what GPU would you suggest?
    like redwan bhai said, u should consider the SSD. if u do drop the SSD i think there's space for gtx 970/r9 290x in your budget. The 970 is very power efficient. But the r9 290x might perform a bit better on higher than 1080p resolutions.

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    get SSD since you have a high budget of 100k. Even 120GB SSD for C Drive will make a huge difference.

    Get either Geforce 970 or Radeon 290x 4GB. If you find 290x cheaper, go for it since there is not much performance difference.

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    Ok, will get an SSD. I will go to various computer shops today and update you guys with the prices they ask. Thank you guys for your help till now. Will update later in the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shahriar Ashraf View Post
    Ok, will get an SSD. I will go to various computer shops today and update you guys with the prices they ask. Thank you guys for your help till now. Will update later in the day.
    Buy it from any reputed shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Psu: Tt tough 550W for nvidia or 650w or amd
    So I went to ryan's and they said I need a 750w PSU for the r9 290x, I wanted to check if that's true or if they're just trying to rip me off. Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shahriar Ashraf View Post
    So I went to ryan's and they said I need a 750w PSU for the r9 290x, I wanted to check if that's true or if they're just trying to rip me off. Thanks in advance.
    A good 550w(Toughpower/equivalent) is all you need if you have a recent Intel system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shahriar Ashraf View Post
    So I went to ryan's and they said I need a 750w PSU for the r9 290x, I wanted to check if that's true or if they're just trying to rip me off. Thanks in advance.
    290X does require a lot of power but a 650W psu should be enough for it. Well they just wanna sell thr products.

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