Gaming PC with 60K budget (Excluding GPU)
Hello, how are you friends ?
Am new in this forum & advance sorry if I make any mistake.
Well, I wanna buy a new PC but my budget is a bit tight.
I basically don't play high end games much but I need a good gaming PC for my 3D work.
Currently I need a PC urgent for my coding purpose and Graphics Designing, that's why I am planning not to take the GPU now since I can buy it later.
My Budget is 60K without GPU & a Water Cooler.
Well my plan is
Samsung S22D360H 21.5 Inch LED - 11,400 /-
AMD Bulldoser FX - 8320 - 14,000 /-
A Gaming Motherboard(Coz, It have integrated Video memory and I need it for now)
AMD® MSI A88X-G45 GAMING Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD - 9700/- (Am planning this one)
G.Skill TridentX 8GB DDR3 2400 Bus - 6100 /-
Cooler Master RC-K380-KWN1 ATX Casing - 4000/-
Western Digital WD10EZEX-00RKKA0 1TB SATA Desktop HDD - 4,450/-
Thermaltake 550W Light Power Supply - 4400/-
CPU Cooler (No Idea & I thing I don't need it now coz am not playing high end games now)
Spark Power 1200VA UPS - 5000/-
I also need a SSD :/
So, give me some suggestion to complete my PC, I am planning to buy Sapphire r9 270X but not now.
Please also suggest me a place in Dhaka to but all these items in best price.
Is it better to buy different parts from different shops for cheap price or to buy everything from the same shop.
The above prices are of RYANS Computer.
Thank in advance
Get Viewsonic, not Samsung. Pay attention to mostly the input lag and good IPS Panel, Samsung monitors are horrible for gaming. Especially if the monitors otherwise use TN panels
Also A88 Motherboards are for FM2+ Chipsets FX series won't fit in those, sorry dude. Get MSI 970 Gaming best for budget and for 9k FX 8320 is AM3+ Socket
Like trave has already pointed out that A88X is not compatible with FX line + most 970 wont have iGPU built into the motherboard so if you cant get a GPU right now you can't use a FX processor and a 970 that doesn't have iGPU.
second thing is take Asus/LG monitor, far better than similarly priced samsung monitors.
and the power supply seems a little low, for someone who can use a water cooler i think you should take something better than that
maybe a tough 650W or higher.
why not go for an intel build? and u better get a better PSU. afaik, litepowers ain't that good.
For the budget get at least the Gigabyte Pulse PSU, @VANGUARD is providing
Also go for Intel i5 4460- 14k with B85 Pro Gamer mobo- 10k
Also don't buy high frequency RAM. At least G.Skill X 1866Mhz will do and save money
Last edited by Trave160; June 19th, 2015 at 09:28.
i5 4460 14k
Gskill Ripjaws 8gb 6k
Cooler Master G550 80+Bronze Modular 6.5k
WD 1TB 4.4k
SSD 128gb 6k
Asus VX229 14k
Total around 62.9k
LG 22MP65 is about 12.5k, but has a matte display.. Samsung one is just a mirror!
the motherboard you chose is for AMD APUs, the doesnot support AM3+ of bulldozer/piledriver...
Intel i5 is way ahead than those AMD 8350 by 8 and up fps in all games...
amd also eats a lot of power, 140watt!! produces lot of heat!!
Last edited by giant; June 18th, 2015 at 16:43.
Tell me why one should buy CM G550w at 6.2k when there is GIGABYTE Pulse 650w 80Plus Bronze Modular at 5.9k with 2 years warranty.
Originally Posted by giant
Last edited by giant; June 18th, 2015 at 16:50.
CM usually makes better psu and Gigabyte was very well known for producing shitty psu, maybe that's why.
Originally Posted by VANGUARD
I vote you mate! Mwaha mwaha mwwwaha hahaha haha ha!!!! >_<
Originally Posted by redwan hasan
owww didn't even know there is a manufacturer named Pulse, anyway I wasn't even high.
well Yes i did but the bad shits about gigabyte psus have piled up so high that good things was really hard to find.
as you are bringing the pulse, you will definitely say good things about it, right?
anyway hope they are good!
I say good, what is actually good.
Originally Posted by redwan hasan
It is safer to buy CM V series psu.
if you can afford it... sure
Originally Posted by Nirob69
Let's see some in depth sound technical test with numbers for this new puls psu from Gigabyte.
Uhh all this PSU talk... OP if you want to stay safe just get a 650w psu from either Seasonic or Corsair unless you're absolutely confident and sure about any other brand.
Why does he have to spend so much on a PSU with this setup? A 500W 80+ or 400W should work. His PC is low key
Well we don't know if he is going to overclock or not and a good psu is essential for that or if he plans on overclocking later on or even change his pc after some years.
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