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    Default PC's Parts Upgrade--HELP

    Hello Gamers,

    I am going to upgrade my pc a little bit. I wanna buy a new motherboard & a processor.

    Please suggest me a processor between--
    # AMD Phenom II x4 955
    # Intel Core i3 2100 (sandy bridge) or any other model of sandy bridge core i3
    ***I am going to use my PC mainly for gaming & no other graphics work. So gaming performance is very important for me.

    And also suggest me a good MoBo(USB 3.0 supported হলে ভাল হয়) for both the cases i mean AMD & Core i3

    My total budget for Processor+MoBo=18000-19000

    And i might also buy a GPU if and only if ***Processor+MoBo+GPU= 26000-27000

    So please HELP me out

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    Default Re: PC's Parts Upgrade--HELP

    Strictly for gaming i3 is better. U cud get the sapphire hd 5830 10k

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAIDEN View Post
    Strictly for gaming i3 is better. U cud get the sapphire hd 5830 10k
    but is psu is just a litepower 500(400w total output)..which is way too weak to run a 5830.....

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    Default Re: PC's Parts Upgrade--HELP

    I NEVER liked the i3 series and I NEVER even liked the "i3" term.
    So I would suggest you to take the Phenom II X4 955BE.

    BTW,if you're interested buying used products @Sumon Datta bro is selling his i5 760+H55 mobo with warranty in 16~17k prolly.
    You can check the Shop Section


    Different Parts for Sale



    EDIT: He's not selling them anymore.
    Last edited by Frank3nst3in; July 14th, 2011 at 20:33.


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    Default Re: PC's Parts Upgrade--HELP

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    I NEVER liked the i3 series and I NEVER even liked the "i3" term.
    So I would suggest you to take the Phenom II X4 955BE.

    BTW,if you're interested buying used products @Sumon Datta bro is selling his i5 760+H55 mobo with warranty in 16~17k prolly.
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    Different Parts for Sale



    EDIT: He's not selling them anymore.
    it's not about like or anything, for the OP going from a Pentium Dual Core to an i3 is still a dual core to dual core! If gaming is your 1st priority then obviously the i3 fits in quite nicely with a good price tag, but on the other hand you can go for AMD which is priced similar & that would give you the chance to go for a Quad Core i.e the X4 955BE, which is really good processor & can be easily clocked to 3.6GHz+ if you have a good cooler!

    I'm using one btw, & I so I know what I'm talking about!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    it's not about like or anything, for the OP going from a Pentium Dual Core to an i3 is still a dual core to dual core! If gaming is your 1st priority then obviously the i3 fits in quite nicely with a good price tag, but on the other hand you can go for AMD which is priced similar & that would give you the chance to go for a Quad Core i.e the X4 955BE, which is really good processor & can be easily clocked to 3.6GHz+ if you have a good cooler!

    I'm using one btw, & I so I know what I'm talking about!
    Yeah that's what I'm talking about.

    i3 2100 might be fast but I wouldn't certainly buy a dual core now a days.


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    whats the use of those extra 2 cores when those can't manage to beat a dual core in quad core optimized games???......

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    At first i would like to say that "I DO NOT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT OVERCLOCKING!!!!!!!"
    So i will use the processor without any kind of overclocking. In that case which one(AMD/i3) should be a better choice for gaming?

    And what about motherboards??? Please suggest me some motherboards also.

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    i3 2100 is ahead in most benchmarks, including games (check here). I also don't like i3 but it doesn't matter. It beats 955 BE and that's it. But if I were you, I would get myself the 955 BE; since it is unlocked and you know, you can overclock it like shii

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    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    whats the use of those extra 2 cores when those can't manage to beat a dual core in quad core optimized games???......
    & how will that i3 cope when the newer games would start utilizing those extra cores ? This is simply an investment, you really wont upgrade a Processor every 1year right? You'd keep it for a good while & thus I've recommended my processor so that he can be ready for those future games, that's it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    & how will that i3 cope when the newer games would start utilizing those extra cores ? This is simply an investment, you really wont upgrade a Processor every 1year right? You'd keep it for a good while & thus I've recommended my processor so that he can be ready for those future games, that's it!
    why are you thinking about future games! a good number of current games(including crysis,far cry,gta IV) take advantages of quad cores but the SB i3 wins there too ...anyway the phenom iiX4 955 is also a good processor and the recent price fall makes it really a gr8 deal.....

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    Core i3 Sandy Bridge would be the better choice considering the ridiculous pricing of AMD products.

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    So according to most of you i should go for i3 rather than AMD,Right?
    But if i buy a i5 sandy bridge and postpone buying a GPU untill OCTOBER then will it make a great difference(i3--i5)? I mean gaming performance wise will i5 make a HUGE difference than i3 or it will be quite the same. And please please please suggest me a good MOTHERBOARD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nafis087 View Post
    So according to most of you i should go for i3 rather than AMD,Right?
    But if i buy a i5 sandy bridge and postpone buying a GPU untill OCTOBER then will it make a great difference(i3--i5)? I mean gaming performance wise will i5 make a HUGE difference than i3 or it will be quite the same. And please please please suggest me a good MOTHERBOARD.
    You can get an h61 or h67 mobo for i5 as you will use the onboard graphics for a time and buy the gpu later.That way your computer will last longer.If you cant wait get the i3 and gpu now.But when the games will start utilising 4 cores you will need an quadcore upgrade again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1ahmed View Post
    You can get an h61 or h67 mobo for i5 as you will use the onboard graphics for a time and buy the gpu later.That way your computer will last longer.If you cant wait get the i3 and gpu now.But when the games will start utilising 4 cores you will need an quadcore upgrade again.
    No, i am not going to use the onboard GPU. I am going to use my current ATi Radeon HD 4830 DDR3 512mb before buying a new GPU.

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    Default Re: PC's Parts Upgrade--HELP

    are u gonna sli/crossfire??

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    Quote Originally Posted by nafis087 View Post
    No, i am not going to use the onboard GPU. I am going to use my current ATi Radeon HD 4830 DDR3 512mb before buying a new GPU.
    If you are using your hd 4850 then you can get a p67 mobo but it will you cost you like 26k/27k for just the cpu+mobo.But in p67 you can overclock the cpu..But you can't overclock normal i5/i7 much.You will need a k version of these like i5 2500k or i7 2600k. I think z68 boards are available and the price is like a p67 mobo.It has both the features of h67 & p67.While the h67 is cheap. So it all comes down to your needs and budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1ahmed View Post
    If you are using your hd 4850 then you can get a p67 mobo but it will you cost you like 26k/27k for just the cpu+mobo.But in p67 you can overclock the cpu..But you can't overclock normal i5/i7 much.You will need a k version of these like i5 2500k or i7 2600k. I think z68 boards are available and the price is like a p67 mobo.It has both the features of h67 & p67.While the h67 is cheap. So it all comes down to your needs and budget.
    I am saying again and again and again i do not know how to overclock ANYTHING

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAIDEN View Post
    are u gonna sli/crossfire??
    I don't have a single idea about what you've said
    Last edited by nafis087; July 15th, 2011 at 22:25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nafis087 View Post
    I am saying again and again and again i do not know how to overclock ANYTHING

    ---------- Post added at 21:16 ---------- Previous post was at 21:14 ----------


    I don't have a single idea about what you've said
    Well, sli/crossfire means, are you gonna use dual GPU on your system.

    and about overclocking, you dont need to know much, just few clicks for 20/30 % more performance on same price. you dont need to do or know about it right away but when you are gonna think that, your current system is slow and should be changed, you may still have a chance to get some more juice out of your capable system then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aladdin View Post
    Well, sli/crossfire means, are you gonna use dual GPU on your system
    If i want to do that then i will need a dual slot for GPU's, Right. Then please tell me how much it will cost me to buy a i5 sandy bridge 2500/2500k + A Mobo with dual GPU slot & please suggest me a shop also because i couldn't find these in RYANS website.

    ---------- Post added at 21:53 ---------- Previous post was at 21:49 ----------

    But i might not use dual GPU because i do not think my THERMALTAKE LitePower 500w can run dual GPUs together. And to run dual GPUs i might need a new PSU what i don't wanna buy atleast within a year

    ---------- Post added at 21:57 ---------- Previous post was at 21:53 ----------

    So just tell me the total cost of i5 2500k + A USB 3.0 supported GIGABYTE Motherboard. And also recommend a shop.

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