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    Default Suggestion needed for upgrading(cpu+mobo+ram+ssd:not sure about gpu)

    Hlw guys.Need help in upgrading.budget is nearly 40k without gpu.
    I will take 1.5 TB (toshiba+WD) HDD+Cooler master K380 case+corsair vs450w +Viewsonic vX2270s 21.5 monitor+bloody v3 from my old pc....

    1.Now which processor to buy 1st?
    If I buy a i5 4690k which mobo will be better and future proof (which will be fit in my budget)? Or should i buy a non k processor? But my vote goes for k processor.

    2. The mobo should have crossfire and sli support.

    3.I will buy at least 8 GB ram.() So which brand???G.Skill??

    4.And which SSD ?? capasity must be 128 GB..............

    (**I might not buy graphics card now.Thinking to buy it later**)


    Thanks.....

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    What are you going to use new system for? Enthusiast level gaming?
    When do u plan to buy the GPU and how much you might be willing to spend then?
    Are you planning to overclock your CPU right away or in the future? If so then are u planning to liquid cool it or air cool it?
    Do you need ur SSD for faster boot only? Or do u wish to install games and softwares for faster loadtime?

    If you are an enthusiast level gamer and you are surely going to buy a GTX 970 or R9 290 within 6 months. Then you can surely go ahead and buy an i5. If you aren't gonna use ur system to play hardcore games, then I you don't know why would you want an i5.

    If have experience in overclocking CPUs and you are sure that you are going to overclock down the line then you can buy the k processor which costs 21K. Otherwise buy a non-k one which costs 16K.

    Some B85 mobo (~TK8K ish) does support X-fire but if u want Sli then you have to go for atleast Z97 mobo with will cost you about twice as much. Multi-gpu setup is with a notorious one. You will have to upgrade your PSU too. Z97 will only make sense if you are sure about overclocking your CPU and going for a multi gpu setup in next 2 yrs.

    I am not sure if u can get G skills RAMs in BD. Even if you do the prices will be much higher and won't be worth it. Unless you are going for XMP rams. And if you can buy 16GB instead of 8GB. 8GB might be enough now but I am sure by next year 16GB will be the norm.

    BD market still lacks good and correctly prices SSDs. You can get a transend 128GB for 6K. If you need the SSD as you boot drive only then its fine. Otherwise 128GB won't suffice at all. For installing games u need 512GB drive. But you will cost u 18K and I am not sure even if they are considered as good SSDs.

    Lets say in the near future you are planning to spend 100K more on GPUs, Liquid coolers and PSU Buy the following

    i5 4690k 21K
    GA-Z97X-UD3H 16K
    Twinmos 4x2GB 7K (sorry I hv no idea where to buy G.skills in bd)
    Transend SSD 370 128GB 6K

    Total 50K

    Whereas if you wanna remain humble and decide that u will not overclock CPU and use only one high end gpu then go for this

    i5 4690 16K
    Gigabyte GA-B85M-D3H 7K
    Twinmos 8x2GB 11K (You will need to buy them in the future anyway so might do it now.)
    Transend SSD 370 128GB 6K

    Total 40K

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    http://binarylogic.com.bd/gigabyte-z...p-motherboard/ sli mobo 13k

    i5 4690 k 21.5 k

    Total 38.5 k. increase budget or change preference

    http://binarylogic.com.bd/g-skill-ripjaws-ram-2/ G.Skill ram 8 GB 5.6 k

    You can find samsung evo 250 GB ssd at Binary also for 12 k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    What are you going to use new system for? Enthusiast level gaming?
    When do u plan to buy the GPU and how much you might be willing to spend then?
    Yess.for gaming.I forgot to mention that part.I will buy the parts in nearly 15 days from today but in case of GPU it might take 3 months.And the GPU will be in the price range of 30k-40k(I will also change my psu then)


    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Are you planning to overclock your CPU right away or in the future? If so then are u planning to liquid cool it or air cool it?
    Not now.in the future.And I might go for air cool.



    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Do you need ur SSD for faster boot only? Or do u wish to install games and softwares for faster loadtime?
    FOR games and soft ovibiously..Not only for boot..



    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    If have experience in overclocking CPUs and you are sure that you are going to overclock down the line then you can buy the k processor which costs 21K. Otherwise buy a non-k one which costs 16K.
    No experience .



    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Some B85 mobo (~TK8K ish) does support X-fire but if u want Sli then you have to go for atleast Z97 mobo with will cost you about twice as much. Multi-gpu setup is with a notorious one. You will have to upgrade your PSU too. Z97 will only make sense if you are sure about overclocking your CPU and going for a multi gpu setup in next 2 yrs.
    I will upgrade the PSU later fr sure bcoz i don't think vs450 will be able to run higher GPUs properly.Might buy a CM then.Sure about overclocking CPU but may skip the multi gpu option.......

    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    I am not sure if u can get G skills RAMs in BD. Even if you do the prices will be much higher and won't be worth it. Unless you are going for XMP rams. And if you can buy 16GB instead of 8GB. 8GB might be enough now but I am sure by next year 16GB will be the norm.

    BD market still lacks good and correctly prices SSDs. You can get a transend 128GB for 6K. If you need the SSD as you boot drive only then its fine. Otherwise 128GB won't suffice at all. For installing games u need 512GB drive. But you will cost u 18K and I am not sure even if they are considered as good SSDs.
    Will keep it in mind.



    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Lets say in the near future you are planning to spend 100K more on GPUs, Liquid coolers and PSU Buy the following

    i5 4690k 21K
    GA-Z97X-UD3H 16K
    Twinmos 4x2GB 7K (sorry I hv no idea where to buy G.skills in bd)
    Transend SSD 370 128GB 6K

    Total 50K

    Whereas if you wanna remain humble and decide that u will not overclock CPU and use only one high end gpu then go for this

    i5 4690 16K
    Gigabyte GA-B85M-D3H 7K
    Twinmos 8x2GB 11K (You will need to buy them in the future anyway so might do it now.)
    Transend SSD 370 128GB 6K

    Total 40K

    Thank u so much for this^.......

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    Which one will be better??
    >>http://motherboards.specout.com/comp...I-Z97-GAMING-3<<

    The msi one don't have sli support but has Killer E2205 lan.So which mobo to take?? or is there any other mobo better than this two in the same price range??

    Thanks...

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    Broadwell is released so NEVER go for haswell now. Take a H97 at 8k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Broadwell is released so NEVER go for haswell now. Take a H97 at 8k.

    what might be the price of Core i5-5675C & Core i7-5775C ?? Ar L4 cache ta ki!!

    So.will buy Core i5-5675C if that fit in my budget.........(launch price ~250 USD deya)

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    SSD related questions...

    i)SSD te OS. ar HDD te game
    ii)HDD te OS, ar SSD te OS
    iii)duikhan e SSD te...single drive e

    performance wise to, iii>ii=i howarkotha, tai na??

    single drive e rakhle ki shomossa?

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    Game and os in ssd, everything else is in harddrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Game and os in ssd, everything else is in harddrive.
    what if both are on the same C drive on SSD?
    Last edited by giant; June 4th, 2015 at 23:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    what if both are on the same C drive on SSD?
    shei kothai boltesi.

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    Do drive matters in SSD? What about a 256 GB one with two separate drives.One for OS one for gaming. I think not

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    Quote Originally Posted by rOY_0 View Post
    Do drive matters in SSD? What about a 256 GB one with two separate drives.One for OS one for gaming. I think not
    eki kotha. you can do it but doesnt matter really.

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    Drives do matter i guess... like when you move a file from one drive to another.. it takes time.. but, when you move a file from one folder to another on a single drive , it doesn't take any time..

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    Go for AMD FX 8370-18k and MSI 970 Gaming mobo- 9k

    Should save money 970 gaming has SLI/Crossfire, if you're mainly buying for gaming. Save the money and go spend more on GPU. 4690k and 8370 have very small difference in performance but Intel is more expensive and so are the motherboards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Go for AMD FX 8370-18k and MSI 970 Gaming mobo- 9k

    Should save money 970 gaming has SLI/Crossfire, if you're mainly buying for gaming. Save the money and go spend more on GPU. 4690k and 8370 have very small difference in performance but Intel is more expensive and so are the motherboards.
    3470 gives 9+ fps more on games than 8350..so a 4590/4690 would be lot better than 8370...
    no one's gonna oc on a 970 board!

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    Na AMD processor kinmu na.Intel onek valo service dey.Ami ekon jeta use kori oita Pray 6.5 years Old.Ar GPU kinmu pore ekon money nai. Tai processor age kiinna pore valo GPU kinmu.Ekoner 40k diya just (pro+mobo+ram+ssd ) kinmu.Karon GPU kinle power supply o lagbe .tai GPU bad disi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    3470 gives 9+ fps more on games than 8350..so a 4590/4690 would be lot better than 8370...
    no one's gonna oc on a 970 board!
    And you sound like you're sure of what you're talking about when it comes to performance and mobo chipsets. You can OC on this board pretty well, I've done it before and so did the reviewers around.

    FYI new games nowadays are using 8-Core processors thanks to consoles, with DX12 coming in Intel is gonna get a kick in the balls
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    And you sound like you're sure of what you're talking about when it comes to performance and mobo chipsets. You can OC on this board pretty well, I've done it before and so did the reviewers around.

    FYI new games nowadays are using 8-Core processors thanks to consoles, with DX12 coming in Intel is gonna get a kick in the balls
    Keep dreaming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    And you sound like you're sure of what you're talking about when it comes to performance and mobo chipsets. You can OC on this board pretty well, I've done it before and so did the reviewers around.

    FYI new games nowadays are using 8-Core processors thanks to consoles, with DX12 coming in Intel is gonna get a kick in the balls
    so i guess Witcher III, Project Cars, GTA V do not get counted in "New Games Nowadays" !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    so i guess Witcher III, Project Cars, GTA V do not get counted in "New Games Nowadays" !!
    Don't waste your time arguing with him. He is a certified amd fanboy and gets money from amd for defending them.

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