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    Default help buying mobo and processor

    guys i need ur help and need it ASAP, heres the deal, my budget is 25K and things i need are:
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    2. one processor.
    3. one ups.
    4. and i currently have a 2gb ddr 2 ram, so should i need new ddr3 rams or the one that i have is fine?
    5. i currently have a generic casing, so do i need a new one or is it fine?
    6.i already have HDD and a xfx9500gt( i know it sux) and i intend on using them, so do i need anything new in addition to the above mentioned stuff??

    guys i need ur suggestions within 5:00 pm today on all of the 6 factors above.

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    I don't know the current price but you can easily get a i5(14-15k) and a P55(not sure if P55 supports i5 or not)[price-6.5k]
    Plus with the remaining money you can get a good UPS.
    In case of i5, I think you need DDR3 RAMs.


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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    I don't know the current price but you can easily get a i5(14-15k) and a P55(not sure if P55 supports i5 or not)[price-6.5k]
    Plus with the remaining money you can get a good UPS.
    In case of i5, I think you need DDR3 RAMs.
    P55 chipset is for 1156 lga cpus. So it can run Core I5 760. But P55 motherboard's price is not that low. Gigabyte GA-P55-USB3 is 10,800tk.

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    In Ryans site I saw at least 2 P55 mobos at 6.5k


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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    In Ryans site I saw at least 2 P55 mobos at 6.5k
    There are no P55 mobo at 6.5k. If you dont believe me then just call Ryans and ask them

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Quote Originally Posted by shuvin View Post
    guys i need ur help and need it ASAP, heres the deal, my budget is 25K and things i need are:
    1. one motherboard.
    2. one processor.
    3. one ups.
    4. and i currently have a 2gb ddr 2 ram, so should i need new ddr3 rams or the one that i have is fine?
    5. i currently have a generic casing, so do i need a new one or is it fine?
    6.i already have HDD and a xfx9500gt( i know it sux) and i intend on using them, so do i need anything new in addition to the above mentioned stuff??

    guys i need ur suggestions within 5:00 pm today on all of the 6 factors above.
    @shuvin bro, you can get this,

    1. Gigabyte H55M-S2V - 6.8k
    2. Intel Core i5-650 - 14.5k
    3. Apollo 800VA UPS - 3.1k
    4. 2GB DDR3 - 1.7k, you can sell your DDR2 2GB at 1.7k easily.
    5. If you think the casing looks fine and everything fits in it, yes it will be fine
    6. No, the HDD and your 9500GT will do

    ---------- Post added at 13:18 ---------- Previous post was at 13:17 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    In Ryans site I saw at least 2 P55 mobos at 6.5k
    Those are H55 boards, P55 boards don't fall in that price range
    Last edited by error; January 19th, 2011 at 14:22.

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    thanx @error and @Frank3nst3in . i have a question for error. is the mother board future proof? like if i want to get a good graphics card in future should i be worried about bottlenecking n stuff???

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Ahh I messed up H55 with P55.
    Sorry.

    ---------- Post added at 13:54 ---------- Previous post was at 13:53 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by shuvin View Post
    thanx @error and @Frank3nst3in . i have a question for error. is the mother board future proof? like if i want to get a good graphics card in future should i be worried about bottlenecking n stuff???
    Getting a good graphics card?
    It'll support all the PCI-E card of the world, though I dunno if it supports SLI or CrossFireX


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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    @error is the Apollo 800W really 3k ? Is it any good ?

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Quote Originally Posted by shuvin View Post
    thanx @error and @Frank3nst3in . i have a question for error. is the mother board future proof? like if i want to get a good graphics card in future should i be worried about bottlenecking n stuff???
    Nope, not at all..Bottlenecking will depend on your processor, and since you will be taking an i5, then that won't be a prob to

    You can also buy a Gigabyte H55M-D2H MoBo which is 7.4k, and supports crossfirex.

    H55M-S2V is 6.8k and H55M-D2H is 7.4k... The H55M-D2H supports CrossfireX

    ---------- Post added at 14:02 ---------- Previous post was at 13:58 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    @error is the Apollo 800W really 3k ? Is it any good ?
    Well, these are good if you don't have a really power hungry pc, and yes, all 800VA UPS's are in this 3k range.. You can check this for more prices
    Last edited by error; January 19th, 2011 at 15:00.

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    nah i dont think i'll ever need SLI or crossfirex. and one more thing will 800va ups suffice if i get upgraded graphics card later?

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Quote Originally Posted by shuvin View Post
    nah i dont think i'll ever need SLI or crossfirex. and one more thing will 800va ups suffice if i get upgraded graphics card later?
    I think that depends on you PSU.
    Getting a good GPU means getting a good PSU and there you go.../


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    You should take AMD Phenom X4 955 BE. It is low priced but a quad core cpu. Core I5 6xx series cpu is dual core. Dual core can create a bottleneck with a high-end gpu. Moreover many softs and games are now taking advantages of quad core. So buying a quad core cpu will be the best thing you should do.

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Plz chk before buying "Intel Core i5-650 - 14.5k " if 'Core i5 750 @15.5k' is available or not . its 1k more but u will not regret that 1K .trust me .

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Quote Originally Posted by SadmanBD View Post
    You should take AMD Phenom X4 955 BE. It is low priced but a quad core cpu. Core I5 6xx series cpu is dual core. Dual core can create a bottleneck with a high-end gpu. Moreover many softs and games are now taking advantages of quad core. So buying a quad core cpu will be the best thing you should do.
    WHAT!?!?!
    @shuvin , screw i5 6xx series if that is dual core[I really dunno]
    Get i5 750 -IT's FULLY RECOMMENDED.
    If you don't get i5 750 at a decent price, Go for Phenom II X4 955 BE.


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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Quote Originally Posted by Diego Maradona View Post
    Plz chk before buying "Intel Core i5-650 - 14.5k " if 'Core i5 750 @15.5k' is available or not . its 1k more but u will not regret that 1K .trust me .
    Buying a Core I5 750 with a H55 mobo is not a good idea. If he want to buy Core I5 750 or 760 then I would suggest him to buy a P55 mobo which is a little bit pricy.

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    1.MSI 880GM-E41 = 6700TK
    2.AMD Phenom II X4 955 3.2GHz(BE) = 13600tk
    3.800VA Mercury = 2900 tk
    4.Twinmos 2gb ddr3 = 1700 tk & sell the 2gb ddr2 .buy another 2gb ddr3 later on .
    5.keep it
    6.no need

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Quote Originally Posted by SadmanBD View Post
    Buying a Core I5 750 with a H55 mobo is not a good idea. If he want to buy Core I5 750 or 760 then I would suggest him to buy a P55 mobo which is a little bit pricy.
    Yes, and as he has a budget, either the amd config which you suggested, or a 650 or so... but dont know whether shuvin bro would like an amd cpu or not :/

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    @shuvin bro, why don't you go for a AMD system? Maradona bro gave a good suggestion.

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    Default Re: help bying mobo and processor

    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    Yes, and as he has a budget, either the amd config which you suggested, or a 650 or so... but dont know whether shuvin bro would like an amd cpu or not :/
    Agreed. But Core I5 661 is better than 650.

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