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    Hi, I'm gonna buy an i5 4th gen and a mobo in next 2 or three days.
    I need some suggestion.

    1. Which processor Should I get? 4590 vs 4570 vs 4460? (I don't know which ones are available atm)

    2. Which motherboard should I get? I'm planning for b85. max budget is 9k-10k. but which model should I get?
    or should I buy H81 instead?

    Please help.

    Thanks.

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    Sorry for off topic:
    When the 5th gen coming out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahimspider View Post
    Sorry for off topic:
    When the 5th gen coming out?
    June 18th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    Hi, I'm gonna buy an i5 4th gen and a mobo in next 2 or three days.
    I need some suggestion.

    1. Which processor Should I get? 4590 vs 4570 vs 4460? (I don't know which ones are available atm)

    2. Which motherboard should I get? I'm planning for b85. max budget is 9k-10k. but which model should I get?
    or should I buy H81 instead?

    Please help.

    Thanks.
    4460 with H81.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    4460 with H81.
    B85 doesn't worth it?

    which h81?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    4460 with H81.
    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    B85 doesn't worth it?

    which h81?

    i would also suggest this combo...

    choose you H81 board according to your need, i mean the slots, ports, where they are placed.....
    Gigabyte H81-S2PV would be a good pick.. the x1 slot is placed far enough from the x16 slot, and the sata ports are beside the ram slots, so no problem of gpu covering them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    B85 doesn't worth it?

    which h81?
    Express chipset > Home Series Chipset > Business series chipset. Unfortunately, most of the people dont understand this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Express chipset > Home Series Chipset > Business series chipset. Unfortunately, most of the people dont understand this.
    thanks.

    Can you please suggest which model/brand I should take?
    do you have any idea about price?

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    18-19k er moddhe shob hobe

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    if budget is not an issue here get a good ASUS B85 better aesthetics and PCI Express 3.0(H81 lacks the support for PCI Express 3.0, well won't make much of a difference) still...

    you have 8k-9k budget for mobo then go ahead and buy Asus Vanguard(not the above one).

    and for processor, your choice.

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    tell him a good full size atx board guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    if budget is not an issue here get a good ASUS B85 better aesthetics and PCI Express 3.0(H81 lacks the support for PCI Express 3.0, well won't make much of a difference) still...

    you have 8k-9k budget for mobo then go ahead and buy Asus Vanguard(not the above one).

    and for processor, your choice.
    Yes I can go up to 10k for mother board.
    but I don't want to spend that much if the benefit isn't much.
    for example, pci ex 3.0 doesn't make any difference.

    also I don't plan to sli or cross fire.
    currently using an hd7770
    will replace it later. but no cross fire x.

    so, does the extra money for full atx board worth it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    Yes I can go up to 10k for mother board.
    but I don't want to spend that much if the benefit isn't much.
    for example, pci ex 3.0 doesn't make any difference.

    also I don't plan to sli or cross fire.
    currently using an hd7770
    will replace it later. but no cross fire x.

    so, does the extra money for full atx board worth it?
    No, well b85 should have better power delivery than h81 but for a non oc processor it shouldn't matter, and even with b85 its not logical to use cf.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Check for audio codec too though doesn't matter much.

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    I am in same situation as you . I will be buying a processor + mobo combo around the end of this month.
    For mobo i think msi h81m p33 is the best choice.
    http://ucc-bd.com/msi-intelr-h81-express-h81m-p33.html

    price given is 5200. 5000 e dibe maybe. i chose msi cause i think i am a msi fanboy and UCC is giving full warranty .

    About ATX board , never make the same mistake as myself. Once upon a time i bought a beauty : XFX 750i SLI . The mobo had so many things SLI , 7.1 chaneel audio (8ports) , heat pipe bridge cooling , SLI for about double the price of a similar micro atx board.

    My realization:
    1.never did SLI
    2.i have a 5.1 speaker . so i have never used full 7.1

    So , dont go for a costy mobo . save the buck to add to processor.

    Btw, have you decided the processor yet , why not we both buy together ?? we can get competitive pricing .

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    Quote Originally Posted by akk View Post
    Btw, have you decided the processor yet , why not we both buy together ?? we can get competitive pricing .
    yes, 4460 (jodi paua jay r ki.)

    Still haven't decided motherboard though.
    Waiting for h81 specific model suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    Yes I can go up to 10k for mother board.
    but I don't want to spend that much if the benefit isn't much.
    for example, pci ex 3.0 doesn't make any difference.

    also I don't plan to sli or cross fire.
    currently using an hd7770
    will replace it later. but no cross fire x.

    so, does the extra money for full atx board worth it?
    10K for mobo on budget build doesn't seem right.
    Just go for H81 since you want ATX mobo.
    B85 or H81 isn't logical if you're gonna CF or SLI.
    BTW extra money on full atx board isn't worth it, if your not gonna use the features anyway.
    Save your money for GPU (You said your gonna upgrade that)

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    Quote Originally Posted by akk View Post
    I am in same situation as you . I will be buying a processor + mobo combo around the end of this month.
    For mobo i think msi h81m p33 is the best choice.
    http://ucc-bd.com/msi-intelr-h81-express-h81m-p33.html

    price given is 5200. 5000 e dibe maybe. i chose msi cause i think i am a msi fanboy and UCC is giving full warranty .

    About ATX board , never make the same mistake as myself. Once upon a time i bought a beauty : XFX 750i SLI . The mobo had so many things SLI , 7.1 chaneel audio (8ports) , heat pipe bridge cooling , SLI for about double the price of a similar micro atx board.

    My realization:
    1.never did SLI
    2.i have a 5.1 speaker . so i have never used full 7.1

    So , dont go for a costy mobo . save the buck to add to processor.

    Btw, have you decided the processor yet , why not we both buy together ?? we can get competitive pricing .
    One word of advice: avoid low end MSI motherboards. Go for Gigabyte/ASRock or Asus. High end MSI motherboards are really well built, but their low end ones are not up to par compared to other companies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    One word of advice: avoid low end MSI motherboards. Go for Gigabyte/ASRock or Asus. High end MSI motherboards are really well built, but their low end ones are not up to par compared to other companies.
    Same can be said with Asus. But for Asus, the price threshold is around 7k. Below that, and you get a complete crap that can die anytime.

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    tahole Gigabyte H81-S2PV nea valo hobe mone hoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    One word of advice: avoid low end MSI motherboards. Go for Gigabyte/ASRock or Asus. High end MSI motherboards are really well built, but their low end ones are not up to par compared to other companies.
    Thanks for your reply . I have been using msi G41 m p33 combo without any problem . i have bought about 3 motherboards for my friends all are msi boards.
    all of them are running fine . whereas a friends gigabyte board died after some time.

    Again thank you for your advice. However i think i am going to stick to my personal experience in this matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    One word of advice: avoid low end MSI motherboards. Go for Gigabyte/ASRock or Asus. High end MSI motherboards are really well built, but their low end ones are not up to par compared to other companies.
    There are 37 words in this advice :3


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