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    Ami august-e England theke BFG 8800GT OC anachhi. But ami 2/3 mash er jonno 8/9000 takay akta valo gpu chai. I choosed xfx8600GT but it is of GDDR2! I wanted a xfx 8600GT FATALITY 256MB GDDR3, but it is nowhwhere in the IDB in last month. Would anyone tell me where can I find it? Or what should be my alternative card within my budget? I am a blind fan of NVIDIA.

    Amar arek friend 10,000 takar moddhe akta card kinte chai, o ektu needy ar o amon akta card chai jeta diye o minimum 1/2 year chalate parbe ar motamuti performence-o pabe. Or jonno konta valo? (ATI bade)

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    Tumi jodi 2/3 mash er modhdhye BFG 8800GT OC pao, then ekhon 2/3 mash er jonno 8/9000 Taka er modhdhye Graphics Card kenar dorkar ki, if you need badly then buy a Nvidia 7 Series Card with less price, second hand preferable. Fatality tou besh valo mainstreme card, UCC er kache jodi na pao taile paoar chance kom, ami kichudin agey ekta Secondhand XFX Fatality 8600 GT kinsi 10000 BDT te, anyhow, it is upto you how you wanna spend it.

    Regarding your friend, 10000 BDT te extreme kichu paba na, jodi Nvidia hoi taile 8600 GT, r jodi ATI hoi (Jodio tumi bolso ATI baade) HD 2600 XT; for both the Cards go for Gigabyte.

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    Karo kase ki 7600GT 256MB DDR3 ase? Amar exam ai mashe shesh hochche. Ami clean 2 mash time pabo game khelar jonno. Ami 1 second time waste korte raji na. Daily 18/20 hours gameplay hobe. Jodi mara jai, no problem. I'll just go gamemad after having a Wolfdale in G33TL with 8800GT!

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    wait a little bit more get 16000 to 18000 thousand.. you will get a good 512MB card. Probaby 8800GT. One of my friend bought it and runs on .2.6 duo and 4 GB Ram. He plays Crysis with High setting..not the extream setting. For that you need to have the Intel Core 2 Extream Processor. Thats gona coast you hell lota money. I am waiting for the price to fall a bit . So be patient and don't rush into things.

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    You can buy a 8600 GT for now and use it for two months. Its a good card in that price range. It can run every game. But not in highest settign though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kronos View Post
    wait a little bit more get 16000 to 18000 thousand.. you will get a good 512MB card. Probaby 8800GT. One of my friend bought it and runs on .2.6 duo and 4 GB Ram. He plays Crysis with High setting..not the extream setting. For that you need to have the Intel Core 2 Extream Processor. Thats gona coast you hell lota money. I am waiting for the price to fall a bit . So be patient and don't rush into things.
    core 2 Extream kina ar taka panite fele deua eki kotha. ekta mid range er 45nm C2Q kinlei jothesto??? ar 512 MB card bolte ki bujahi??? GPU er memory ki sob kisu naki??? lol..... ar apnar friend ki OS use kore???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tian View Post
    Karo kase ki 7600GT 256MB DDR3 ase? Amar exam ai mashe shesh hochche. Ami clean 2 mash time pabo game khelar jonno. Ami 1 second time waste korte raji na. Daily 18/20 hours gameplay hobe. Jodi mara jai, no problem. I'll just go gamemad after having a Wolfdale in G33TL with 8800GT!
    Go and Buy a ATI HD4850. it is 2X faster 8800GT theke. Price $195.

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    ami vabtesi akta XFX 9800GTX kina felbo. Sellsman ki jano bollo modeltar naam.....675...or....ki jano daam 31,000taka. oita ki rokom?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kronos View Post
    wait a little bit more get 16000 to 18000 thousand.. you will get a good 512MB card. Probaby 8800GT. One of my friend bought it and runs on .2.6 duo and 4 GB Ram. He plays Crysis with High setting..not the extream setting. For that you need to have the Intel Core 2 Extream Processor. Thats gona coast you hell lota money. I am waiting for the price to fall a bit . So be patient and don't rush into things.
    core2 extreme has nothing to do with turning details into very high in crysis

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    Rupel Bhai, apnara Gigabyte er 9800GTX er kon modelta antesen ektu specifically bolben? I mean, full model name of the product. Oitar specification ki(i:e Core clock, memory speed, straem processor etc.)

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    10000 BDT te extreme kichu paba na, jodi Nvidia hoi taile 8600 GT, r jodi ATI hoi (Jodio tumi bolso ATI baade) HD 2600 XT; for both the Cards go for Gigabyte.
    Boss, amar friend bollo je sapphire brand bhalo for HD 2600XT. amake ki aktu khule bolben plz?

    Its just [EB]. Not Elite B[a]stard or anything like that.

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    Brand Doesnt matter in grafix card! Quality components matter!
    If i had to choose between two brands, but same model (eg. 2600XT)
    1.I would get an all Solid cap.
    2.The better GDDR2,3,4,5
    3.Higher clocked core
    ..Grafix card regardless of its brand

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    Quote Originally Posted by kabir_sharif2000 View Post
    Boss, amar friend bollo je sapphire brand bhalo for HD 2600XT. amake ki aktu khule bolben plz?
    Obviuosly Sapphire is a good brand for ATI GPUs, but Gigabyte is also a good brand for ATI GPUs. In Fact, Bangladesh e Sapphire & Gigabyte er jei shomosto HD2600XT ache, sheigula shob e GDDR3 & performance er dik diye donotai same. Kintu Gigabyte ektu upperhand, karon Bangladesh e Gigabyte er shomosto Card er warranty 2 years. Arekta matter holo, Sapphire er modelta holo Active Cooling (FANSINK) kintu Gigabyte er ta Passive Cooling (HEATSINK) & Passive Cooling is better.

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    Default Re: A little help about buying a GPU

    desertfox.. Wat makes u think an Passive cooling is better than a n Active cooling??

    As far as I kno Active cooling means better cooling thus lower temps so better overclocking!

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    Default Re: A little help about buying a GPU

    Active cooling dekhte bhalo lage na. Heatsinkwala gulai dekhte shundor.

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    A grafix card is a component that remains inside a PC... I dont see a reason y It should look beautiful!

    Giddy can be traced back to the same Germanic root *gud– that has given us the word God

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    Default Re: A little help about buying a GPU

    Ami thik korsi MSI 9800GTX PLUS ta anabo. Fixed. Card ta kamon? Kono issue ase naki?

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    Default Re: A little help about buying a GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Tian View Post
    Active cooling dekhte bhalo lage na. Heatsinkwala gulai dekhte shundor.
    I like active cooling for GPU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiDDY_SOUL View Post
    desertfox.. Wat makes u think an Passive cooling is better than a n Active cooling??

    As far as I kno Active cooling means better cooling thus lower temps so better overclocking!
    no, passive is better since the heatsinks are much, much bigger, which means you can strap on a fan on it, make it uber active cooling, and get even better overclocking results

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    Default Re: A little help about buying a GPU

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    Ami thik korsi MSI 9800GTX PLUS ta anabo. Fixed. Card ta kamon? Kono issue ase naki?
    get the HD 4870, if you are bringing it from abroad

    or if you cant, get the HD 4850

    9800GTX+ is a 55nm, higher clocked 9800GTX. it performs at the same level as the HD4850. current games dont utilise the 800 shaders properly, but future games should, hence they will be faster in the 4850, so the 4850 will be a more viable long term option. Also, feature wise the HD4850 trumps the 9800GTX+

    i suggest you get that instead

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