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    Default Good psu performance to price ratio

    i'm thinking of buying the followng PC:-
    Intel Core i5
    ASUS P7 P55-M
    4 GB RAM
    ATI Radeon HD 6870
    WHAT WOULD BE A GOOD PSU FOR THIS PC ? (and also do i need any extra cooling fan for the core i5 even if i do not want to overclock it, basically i dont want to overclock anythng)

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    Default Re: Good psu performance to price ratio

    Get a Thermaltake 550W for 7.2K or else get a XFX Pro 650W if your budget allows, Ryans sells it for ~9.5K. You can also get Gigabyte Odin Pro PSUs tho I don't know the current prices of 'em. And remember, HD6870 needs a 500W PSU for an average system. And you don't need an after-market cooler for i5 unless it gets too hot.

    And two questions, where are you gonna buy the HD6870 from? Do you have any idea about the price of it when it will come to BD?

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    Default Re: Good psu performance to price ratio

    It will take some time for the 6870 to come. And i dont think the price is gonna be less than 25k.

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    Default Re: Good psu performance to price ratio

    Quote Originally Posted by Laaden View Post
    It will take some time for the 6870 to come. And i dont think the price is gonna be less than 25k.
    দাম বেশি হবে মনে হয়, মনে করতেছি বিদেশ থেকে আনাবো।

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    Default Re: Good psu performance to price ratio

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Get a Thermaltake 550W for 7.2K or else get a XFX Pro 650W if your budget allows, Ryans sells it for ~9.5K. You can also get Gigabyte Odin Pro PSUs tho I don't know the current prices of 'em. And remember, HD6870 needs a 500W PSU for an average system. And you don't need an after-market cooler for i5 unless it gets too hot.

    And two questions, where are you gonna buy the HD6870 from? Do you have any idea about the price of it when it will come to BD?
    My uncle will bring it from UK. BD te ashle UCC anbe ar golakata dam rakhbe. ami UK theke 19k die anachi.

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    Default Re: Good psu performance to price ratio

    Quote Originally Posted by sakinsarwar View Post
    my uncle will bring it from uk. Bd te ashle ucc anbe ar golakata dam rakhbe. Ami uk theke 19k die anachi.
    আজকে ucc তে ফোন করছিলাম, বলে এই বছরে 6870 আসবে না।

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