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    Default PC Buying help

    Hi friends. One my friend is going to buy a new pc. He asked for suggestion to me.
    Budget is around 30k-32k.
    His preferred configuration
    Intel Core i3 2100 3.1GHz
    Intel DH61WW MoBo
    2GB DDR3
    DVD RW
    18.5" Samsung 1360x768 LED
    Generic casing, keyboard, mouse.

    I told about AMD processor but he is not interested in AMD.
    Now please comment on this.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    Hi friends. One my friend is going to buy a new pc. He asked for suggestion to me.
    Budget is around 30k-32k.
    His preferred configuration
    Intel Core i3 2100 3.1GHz
    Intel DH61WW MoBo
    2GB DDR3
    DVD RW
    18.5" Samsung 1360x768 LED
    Generic casing, keyboard, mouse.

    I told about AMD processor but he is not interested in AMD.
    Now please comment on this.
    Thank you.
    That PC is already backdated, a core i3 doesn't even have a prayer against what AMD has to offer at the same price range, but if he's a blind fanboy then let him be, as long as he's happy, he can buy it.

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    Default Re: PC Buying help

    Are vai, ami ore koilam amd er kotha. She naki amd er nam e shone nai konodin.
    Bojhen obostha!
    Ashole pc hardwares shomporke o temon jane na. Tai amake ask korchilo.
    Any way, Ei processor + Mobo combination er dam chailo 15.5k. ei price range e ki amd setup neoa jai?
    Ar 9k range e amd ki setup hoy? (Compared to dual core)
    Last edited by Badhon_raj; June 15th, 2011 at 15:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    Are vai, ami ore koilam amd er kotha. She naki amd er nam e shone nai konodin.
    Bojhen obostha!
    Ei processor + Mobo combination er dam chailo 15.5k. ei price range e ki amd setup neoa jai?
    Ar 9k range e amd ki setup hoy? (Compared to dual core)
    Apner friend jodi 3GHZ Athlon ll processor ney then easily 9K te fit hobe, plus chaile budget a 1ta 5670 DDR5 card o kinte parbe mid range gaming er jonno, 15k tei mobo+processor+gpu

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    Default Re: PC Buying help

    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    Hi friends. One my friend is going to buy a new pc. He asked for suggestion to me.
    Budget is around 30k-32k.
    His preferred configuration
    Intel Core i3 2100 3.1GHz
    Intel DH61WW MoBo
    2GB DDR3
    DVD RW
    18.5" Samsung 1360x768 LED
    Generic casing, keyboard, mouse.

    I told about AMD processor but he is not interested in AMD.
    Now please comment on this.
    Thank you.
    Real bad preference. Tell him that AMD is the best in priceerformance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    Are vai, ami ore koilam amd er kotha. She naki amd er nam e shone nai konodin.
    Bojhen obostha!
    Ashole pc hardwares shomporke o temon jane na. Tai amake ask korchilo.
    Any way, Ei processor + Mobo combination er dam chailo 15.5k. ei price range e ki amd setup neoa jai?
    Ar 9k range e amd ki setup hoy? (Compared to dual core)
    if he isn't a gamer or gaming isn't his main concern then i3 is ok as he is a intel fanboy...but if he is even a casual gamer then he should realize how big mistake it is to get a dual core cpu nowdays where amd is offering quad core for same price.........
    Last edited by @nonymous™; June 15th, 2011 at 17:34.

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    Default Re: PC Buying help

    Actually in gaming the new core i3 2100 crushes anything that amd has to offer currently (yes even the phenomiix4 980)
    at that price it's a very good buy. Go google some benchmarks if u guys dont believe

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    Accha AMD nite chai na to ato shomossha ki. Amader ekhane to AMD akdom new, so erokom opinions should be expected. Manush ke etar jonno blind/fanboy bolar uchit na, as a lot of people did not have the opportunity to know any better.

    I'm sure if Badhon_raj showed him hard enough then he will change his mind.

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    Default Re: PC Buying help

    Intel Core i3-2100 - 9.8k
    Gigabyte HA65M-UD3H-B3 - 7.5k
    Samsung 18.5" Monitor - 8k
    2GB DDR3 RAM - 1.7k
    DVDRW - 1.7k
    Case + PSU - 2.5k
    Others - 1k

    Exactly 32k.

    And to everyone, an i3 2100 costs around 9.8k, whereas a slightly better or quite similar performing Phenom II X4 955 costs 12k, so why get the Phenom? And an i3 2100 is much much better than an Athlon So yeah, this is not half bad for the budget


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    Haire performance o prai aki :/ I thought at least AMD would have a much bigger lead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAIDEN View Post
    Actually in gaming the new core i3 2100 crushes anything that amd has to offer currently (yes even the phenomiix4 980)
    at that price it's a very good buy. Go google some benchmarks if u guys dont believe
    yah u ryt...i'm really amazed by the performence of new i3 2100..
    in dual core optimized games it's even faster than i7 920 and sometimes i7 950!!!...... just got this(anandtech cpu bench).....

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    New discovery it seems .

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    Default Re: PC Buying help

    HOLY O_O



    Ei info ta na janle valo hoto :/


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    Default Re: PC Buying help

    ¤¤¤¤ i7 amar next downgrade core i3

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    i5 nia k b**l falailam :/
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    The i3 2100 in many cases is better than the phenoms, it's a great cpu for its price

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    So you think the processor is ok?
    Gigabyte HA65M-UD3H-B3 probably not available in rajshahi.
    though I'm not sure.
    Intel DH61WW and AsRock H61 are available.
    Which Mobo do you guys recommend other than HA65M-UD3H-B3?
    May be a little lower in price.
    And is i3-2100 B3 stepping? I mean do it need to get a B3 stepping MoBo?

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    oh intel finally brought a budget gaming cpu...but ken je ar kichudin age anlo na
    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post

    Ei info ta na janle valo hoto :/
    .....same to me....

    Quote Originally Posted by 61ZONE View Post
    i5 nia k b**l falailam :/
    lol.....amio athlon 640 nia oitai falaisi......

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    i3 niya upgrade er rasta kintu temon na, onno dike amd er kisuta upgradibilty ache, ar higher core number theke benefitted hobe emon application e kin2 quad core processor better performance dibe.

    Edit: This is the Sandy Bridge! All hail Sandy Bridge! AMD doesn't even have a prayer when it comes to competing with Sandy Bridges unless you're into Bulldozer which isn't out yet.
    Last edited by Fox Mulder; June 15th, 2011 at 20:45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ll-r_o_m_u_l_u_s-ll View Post
    i3 niya upgrade er rasta kintu temon na, onno dike amd er kisuta upgradibilty ache, ar higher core number theke benefitted hobe emon application e kin2 quad core processor better performance dibe.
    Actually Sandybridge hok, ar jai hok, i3 2100 at the end of the day, is a dual core processor. It's 2011, get a quad core, go with the AMD

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