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    I am gonna buy a new gaming PC, but I am confused about what should I buy...and by the way, all the parts except the Casing, HDD, Keyboard, Mouse, nd PSU..will be bought from the U.S.....so give me ideas accordingly...a friend of mine told me abt this site, that u guys give awesome advice ..so I hope u guys can come up with sum awesome configs for my new PC ...
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    Default Re: Gaming Pc In 80,000 TK

    Sorry,I didn't get you :S
    Tell me again,what do you need to buy??
    Any preference??
    For what purpose??


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    Smile Re: Gaming PC for 80,000 Tk.

    A suggestion for the GPU is eVGA/Palit or Gigabyte GTX 580. Not the GTX 590, as you won't have enough money left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    Sorry,I didn't get you :S
    Tell me again,what do you need to buy??
    Any preference??
    For what purpose??
    I mean I need a Gaming PC..
    I need to buy a GPU, a processor, motherboard, monitor, RAM and etc. except for the stuff that I mentioned earlier...[COLOR="Silver"]

    ---------- Post added May 30th, 2011 at 01:00 ---------- Previous post was May 29th, 2011 at 23:24 ----------

    ---------- Post added at 01:04 ---------- Previous post was at 01:00 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Saadman View Post
    A suggestion for the GPU is eVGA/Palit or Gigabyte GTX 580. Not the GTX 590, as you won't have enough money left.
    dst price tag add kor..
    Last edited by SAUD; May 30th, 2011 at 02:04.

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    Default Re: Gaming Pc In 80,000 TK

    Made a cart in newegg, have a look



    Spend the rest of the ~23000 Tk on the casing, HDD, keyboard, mouse and PSU. Im sure someone here can recommend you on those items as I dont know the market prices in BD. Good luck

    Edit: Just in case you want to go SLI later, go with this motherboard. You should, its not much more and leaves a better upgrade path
    Last edited by Mazhar; May 30th, 2011 at 03:02.

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    Default Re: Gaming Pc In 80,000 TK

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130587 (this is for the eVGA one)
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-095-_-Product (this is for the Palit one)
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-364-_-Product (this is for the Gigabyte one)

    I would prefer the Palit or the Gigabyte one. As their cooling solution is always better.. But eVGA cards are always more powerful than the other cards. They overclock it. And that is why their cards almost always generate more heat.
    And the 3 or 4% better performance the eVGA cards provide won't be noticeable, because GTX 580 itself is a monster. You won't need that extra performance.

    You can even consider GTX 570. But don't go for ATI/AMD cards. I myself have AMD 6870. It is an excellent card but doesn't have physx technology. Physx is now used by almost all the game producers. And also if you have two contemporary cards from ATI and Nvidia, you will see that Nvidia provides much better graphics.

    Ami nijei kintam jodi BD te Nvidia card er daam kom hoito. Ami jokhon kinsi amar kono option chilo na.
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    Default Re: Gaming Pc In 80,000 TK

    Yeah, go with Mazhar bhaiya's config, the best within your budget!

    And about the other things,

    Thermaltake V6 Casing - 6k
    Samsung 1TB HDD 7200RPM - 4.8k
    Gigabyte ODIN PRO 800W PSU - 9.5k

    Total around 20.5k

    And try to get a Steelseries Xai Gaming Mouse from abroad, and get a keyboard too if you can :/ In bd you won't have much to choose from, and most of the gaming keyboards and mouses are kinda overpriced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saadman View Post
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130587 (this is for the eVGA one)
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-095-_-Product (this is for the Palit one)
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-364-_-Product (this is for the Gigabyte one)

    I would prefer the Palit or the gigabyte one. As their cooling solution is always better.
    A GTX 580 itself is around $500, a decent set of motherboard, processor and a power supply unit won't fit in the budget :/ A 560 Ti would be the best choice imo.

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    Default Re: Gaming Pc In 80,000 TK

    hmm tao thik. then 560 it is

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    Default Re: Gaming Pc In 80,000 TK

    Or you could skimp on the monitor a bit and go for the GTX570. A 21.5" monitor retails for around $150. A GTX 570 (Gigabyte Windforce3X, factory OCed at 780MHz) is retailing for around $345 right now. So if you increase the budget by just $65, you can get the GTX570. And this is just my personal opinion, but I actually find it very difficult to work on 24" monitors, they seem too big to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saadman View Post
    You can even consider GTX 570. But don't go for ATI/AMD cards. I myself have AMD 6870. It is an excellent card but doesn't have physx technology. Physx is now used by almost all the game producers. And also if you have two contemporary cards from ATI and Nvidia, you will see that Nvidia provides much better graphics.
    i think games with good physx implementation are quite rare. Mafia II and Batman:AA comes to mind, and im sure there are a few others. But no, its not really "almost all the game producers".

    Secondly, AMD and Nvidia have similar graphics. Ive benched both brands over the years, and other than a few exceptions where there were glitches, their graphics are damn near identical and all reviewers agree with that statement. Whats the reason you think/say this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    i think games with good physx implementation are quite rare. Mafia II and Batman:AA comes to mind, and im sure there are a few others. But no, its not really "almost all the game producers".

    Secondly, AMD and Nvidia have similar graphics. Ive benched both brands over the years, and other than a few exceptions where there were glitches, their graphics are damn near identical and all reviewers agree with that statement. Whats the reason you think/say this?
    Yeah I guess you are right bhaia

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    Default Re: Gaming Pc In 80,000 TK

    Check for benchmarks man, ATi and Nvidia has win-wins situation just in different ways.

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    And know the right motherboard for the right processors,mostly depends upon their sockets

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