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    At June second week getting a new system without the PSU and HDD cause I already have those. Mainly for gaming, for heavy work tasking, also somewhat edible for video editing, rendering, effects rendering from after effects and probably studio work. Budget is at 65k max
    Need suggestions for 4 more years to use. Only thing am gonna upgrade next year is CPU, mobo and GPU.

    These are the necessities:
    CPU, RAM, motherboard, SSD, GPU, CPU cooling fan and casing

    Regarding my previous thread that's my brothers rig. This is my own dedicated rig am probably getting something better than that one. Thanks for your time : )
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    want to do so many things in a 55k budget? are you sure? decide what your priority is. not possible to buy a pc to do all those things in a 55k budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    At June second week getting a new system without the PSU and HDD cause I already have those. Mainly for gaming, for heavy work tasking, also somewhat edible for video editing, rendering, effects rendering from after effects and probably studio work. Budget is at 55k max
    Need suggestions

    These are the necessities:
    CPU, RAM, motherboard, SSD, GPU, CPU cooling fan and casing

    Regarding my previous thread that's my brothers rig. This is my own dedicated rig am probably getting something better than that one. Thanks for your time : )
    2-types.
    1. For heavy CPU based rendering.
    CPU: i7-4790 - 24.5K
    RAM: G.Skill value - 8GB or 16GB - 5K or 10K
    Mobo: B85 Mobo - whichever You prefer. (PCI 3.0 ) or if you don't need PCI 3.0 - H81 mobo- 6K (Assumption)
    GPU: NVIDIA one if you prefer CUDA , or AMD is you prefer OpenCL
    Cooling fan and casing: I think not needed , use the one you have now. and stock CPU cooler.

    2. GPU based :
    GPU: NVidia Quadro K620- 23.K
    or k2000 -50K (spending entire on GPU )

    I assumed you are gonna do video editing stuff not gaming oriented stuff.
    If you wana game too. Just go for first build with a decent mainstream GPU .

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    You don't need a pro gfx card do you @Trave160 ?

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    with only a 55k budget i dont think you can get what you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    want to do so many things in a 55k budget? are you sure? decide what your priority is. not possible to buy a pc to do all those things in a 55k budget.
    To an extravagent event, I might actually ship the CPU and SSD from abroad I don't think warranty is required because neither has significant chances of hardware failure

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    with only a 55k budget i dont think you can get what you want.
    Am basically a student right now, still starting in Fundamental courses giving a year I might sell my CPU for bigger upgrade afterwards so I need something tolerable in Work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Am basically a student right now, still starting in Fundamental courses giving a year I might sell my CPU for bigger upgrade afterwards so I need something tolerable in Work.
    did u know, that gpus with higher memory reduces your video editing time, like titan & r9 290x 8gb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dk3 View Post
    did u know, that gpus with higher memory reduces your video editing time, like titan & r9 290x 8gb.
    So GT640 4GB will will require less time than a GTX680 2GB/7970 3GB?

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    Am basically a student right now, still starting in Fundamental courses giving a year I might sell my CPU for bigger upgrade afterwards so I need something tolerable in Work.
    well my first own computer was totally funded my father, it was in 2005 and the only thing i could update was the GPU due to shortage of money, then after 3 years i bought one kinda by myself, and i had targeted for a everything in a small budget and i ended up buying core 2 duo + G31 + 8600GT, it was a mistake, i should have bought a Core 2 quad without the GPU and wait for another month or two to get a decent GPU like a 8800.

    then 2.5 years later another one, the one that im using right now, personally i think its better to buy moderately powerful products leaving one or two items for later buying thus you can actually build a powerful pc within like 4 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    So GT640 4GB will will require less time than a GTX680 2GB/7970 3GB?
    yup. memory clock & size helps for video editing(suppose u want to edit a 3gb recorded game footage, when u open it in a editor, it will transfer the data to gpus memory... if u have 2gb vram, then the 1gb will use your ram)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dk3 View Post
    yup. memory clock & size helps for video editing(suppose u want to edit a 3gb recorded game footage, when u open it in a editor, it will transfer the data to gpus memory... if u have 2gb vram, then the 1gb will use your ram)
    you seem to know a lot about it good sir, can you enlighten me more?

    and another question so CUDA cores are for nothing? only memory matters? and why did stupid people buy 680 2GB when they can buy 640 4GB at about 1/5th of the price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    you seem to know a lot about it good sir, can you enlighten me more?

    and another question so CUDA cores are for nothing? only memory matters? and why did stupid people buy 680 2GB when they can buy 640 4GB at about 1/5th of the price?
    Logic of this guy baffles me, I could buy a Cheaper GPU cause more VRAM means more power wow

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    I have two kinds of build on my mind right now.

    *AMD FX 8370 with MSI 970 Gaming mobo and Hyper 212 Evo(I know a friend who can get me a sweet deal in UCC)
    AMD R9 270 Asus Direct CU OC or wait for fiji
    I can overclock the CPU up to 5.1Ghz

    *Intel Core i5 4690k with ASUS B85 Pro- gaming at stock cooler
    Second hand GTX 960 2GB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Logic of this guy baffles me, I could buy a Cheaper GPU cause more VRAM means more power wow

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    I have two kinds of build on my mind right now.

    *AMD FX 8370 with MSI 970 Gaming mobo and Hyper 212 Evo(I know a friend who can get me a sweet deal in UCC)
    AMD R9 270 Asus Direct CU OC or wait for fiji
    I can overclock the CPU up to 5.1Ghz

    *Intel Core i5 4690k with ASUS B85 Pro- gaming at stock cooler
    Second hand GTX 960 2GB
    8370 + 970 is a pretty good combo for doing stuffs like gaming/rendering/video editing/streaming/programming, some people might argue but it still is a good processor and with adequate cooling it can perform really well.

    with a 270 or 270X you are not going to get much but for a full HD display you can actually play all games with decent quality and fps.


    about intel build, no point of putting a 4690K with a B85 board.

    and 960 is pretty new so you might not get second hand cards right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    you seem to know a lot about it good sir, can you enlighten me more?

    and another question so CUDA cores are for nothing? only memory matters? and why did stupid people buy 680 2GB when they can buy 640 4GB at about 1/5th of the price?
    who said only memory matters? memory helps when u r editing a large video file or putting together some small files into large file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dk3 View Post
    who said only memory matters? memory helps when u r editing a large video file or putting together some small files into large file.
    you said 640 4GB will edit a video faster than a 680 2GB.

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    Bad time to upgrade now.

    You have new amd 300x launch in a months time.

    You also have intel skylake launch within august.

    I personally will wait till 2016 for upgrade. The new 16nm gpu from both amd and nvidia will come around with 3d vram. Plus i expect intel to launch mainstream six core cpu next year to counter amd zen cpu, which should be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Bad time to upgrade now.

    You have new amd 300x launch in a months time.

    You also have intel skylake launch within august.

    I personally will wait till 2016 for upgrade. The new 16nm gpu from both amd and nvidia will come around with 3d vram. Plus i expect intel to launch mainstream six core cpu next year to counter amd zen cpu, which should be good.
    what is 3d vram?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Bad time to upgrade now.

    You have new amd 300x launch in a months time.

    You also have intel skylake launch within august.

    I personally will wait till 2016 for upgrade. The new 16nm gpu from both amd and nvidia will come around with 3d vram. Plus i expect intel to launch mainstream six core cpu next year to counter amd zen cpu, which should be good.
    where did u find this 3d vram news?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanan View Post
    what is 3d vram?
    Quote Originally Posted by dk3 View Post
    where did u find this 3d vram news?
    Stacked memory. Just like samsung 850 evo.

    Check the news about amd 390x fiji with high bandwidth 3d memory. Nvidia pascal will also come with stacked vram. This is the next big update. Plus node shrink to 14nm/16nm is also coming next year. Lots of big changes are coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    stop abusing newcomers. if you have something to say, say it in proper way. all the learned men are making this forum hostile to newcomers.
    he has actually joined like a year ago, so not a newcummer, he has been cumming for like a year

    btw the way he said was weird, like hey i know what i am talking which might mislead some people.

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