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    Hi, have you ever thought to buy a Pc for gaming with the least budget in the current market price.

    What is your views and thoughts? Please share this under this hood.

    I'm gonna share my configuration with minimum budget a bit later. Everyone should be confined with 15" inch monitor and lowest priced casing and without table and ups.

    Share yours one


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    can you share your budget ?

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    Flop ekta thread hobe eta... I suppose. :/

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    well, if you live in usa or uk you could make a 400$ console killer pc(for many games). but its Bangladesh, you need to have at least 50000tk to beat console. (excluding windows price) because for BD electronic price is 105tk per dollar.

    whatever... here are link-
    http://www.forbes.com/sites/jasoneva...arks-included/
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KUpRXRGVHU

    here is my recommendation- because i dont suggest uber cheap, if you pay ~100$ more than 400$, then you can get a very good pc which beats console in almost every games...


    console killer pc with i3-

    i3 h81 170$
    r9 260x 130$
    8gb ram 52$
    1tb hdd 50$
    casing 30$
    power supply 50$
    cd dvd rom 15$
    mouse keyboard 10$

    total ~500$

    this beats console in many games... but not all games...

    now if you replace 260x with 270 which is 160$... it beats console by a huge margin... not stupid 30fps lock in 720p games ( )
    and 280 is 200$... which is even 30% faster than 270 and more future proof ^_^



    i even further recommend to buy i5 instead of i3.. which is 190$

    console killer pc with i5- future proof ^_^

    i5 h81 250$
    r9 270 160$
    8gb ram 52$
    1tb hdd 50$
    casing 30$
    power supply 50$
    cd dvd rom 15$
    mouse keyboard 10$

    total ~610$
    this beats console in every games on the planet. 60 fps #justmasterracefeelings.

    replace 270 with 280 it will be very future proof.



    now low end budget pc-

    pentium g h81 110$
    260x 130$
    8gb 1tb casing mouse keyboard psu 170$

    400$

    even this config beats console in some games... but not all games and not future proof.

    about windows price- windows 8 is 30$ in g2a... but i think there are many windows 7 and 8 keys are available in reddit with 10$ to 20$ http://www.reddit.com/r/microsoftsoftwareswap/
    g2a shield is very dependable.


    monitor
    80$ hd
    120$ asus full hd 5ms

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    NOTE: BD te ups is a must.... you know why... add 4000tk more.
    Last edited by furiousTaher; July 24th, 2015 at 03:25.

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    Never really tried making one but you should check out linustechtips on youtube, i believe he has a series where he makes a gaming pc with just around 300$

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Never really tried making one but you should check out linustechtips on youtube, i believe he has a series where he makes a gaming pc with just around 300$
    oita 2nd hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post

    NOTE: BD te ups is a must.... you know why... add 4000tk more.
    I have been using computers for over 18 yrs now. Had one of my own since year 2000. Strangely I have never ever used a UPS. Expect for my very first Personal Computer, none of them ever died. My 10 yr old system is still functional, which I had used for 8yrs, 24/7 (I have a very bad habit of not shutting down my computer).

    I am not bragging or saying that UPS is unimportant. But I never felt the need of having a UPS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by w20grippy View Post
    Hi, have you ever thought to buy a Pc for gaming with the least budget in the current market price.

    What is your views and thoughts? Please share this under this hood.

    I'm gonna share my configuration with minimum budget a bit later. Everyone should be confined with 15" inch monitor and lowest priced casing and without table and ups.

    Share yours one

    I have built 4 systems for myself in my lifetime. 3 out of the 4 times my budget was minimum. And within a week I started to regret my decision. You see when you buy the crappiest thing available you dont enjoy using the computer. A crappy Casing causes you PC to over heat, you are forced to open up the side panels of the casing, then you have to spend more money trying to buy a table fan to keep it cool. IGPs are completely bull's excrement for playing games. Low end GPUs becomes obsolete in 6 months. Crappy PSU keeps dying and sometimes it takes one of the component. Smaller Hard Disks run out of space and you spend more time trying to figue out which files you need to delete.

    Overall when you try to cheap out on a PC, you will eventually end up spending more on it. Some component lasts for a long long time through multiple system life cycles, such as Monitor, Casing, PSU and HDDs if you can take good care of it. Its always better to buy a mid ranged PC with standard component. Because its far more economic to buy a mid range pc for 80K now and use it for 5+ yrs, then to buy a system for 40K and then spend more 40k in two yrs just to keep it alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    I have been using computers for over 18 yrs now. Had one of my own since year 2000. Strangely I have never ever used a UPS. Expect for my very first Personal Computer, none of them ever died. My 10 yr old system is still functional, which I had used for 8yrs, 24/7 (I have a very bad habit of not shutting down my computer).

    I am not bragging or saying that UPS is unimportant. But I never felt the need of having a UPS.

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    I have built 4 systems for myself in my lifetime. 3 out of the 4 times my budget was minimum. And within a week I started to regret my decision. You see when you buy the crappiest thing available you dont enjoy using the computer. A crappy Casing causes you PC to over heat, you are forced to open up the side panels of the casing, then you have to spend more money trying to buy a table fan to keep it cool. IGPs are completely bull's excrement for playing games. Low end GPUs becomes obsolete in 6 months. Crappy PSU keeps dying and sometimes it takes one of the component. Smaller Hard Disks run out of space and you spend more time trying to figue out which files you need to delete.

    Overall when you try to cheap out on a PC, you will eventually end up spending more on it. Some component lasts for a long long time through multiple system life cycles, such as Monitor, Casing, PSU and HDDs if you can take good care of it. Its always better to buy a mid ranged PC with standard component. Because its far more economic to buy a mid range pc for 80K now and use it for 5+ yrs, then to buy a system for 40K and then spend more 40k in two yrs just to keep it alive.
    Your speeches are worth to take for anyone...I am taking those for mine. But I always try to prioritize on performance. So I am gonna make a config with i7 cpu. People generally don't consider having a good casing which could help escape overheated air. Life cycles is an important measurement to determine how long a hardware can actually survive or stay awake. You said of never used Ups but it is quite essential to get one. This is necessary due to keep your hard-wares healthier especially hard drive, we very often loose our hard drive for bad sector which occurs because of inappropriate shutdown or over-pressure inside the system. Processor and Motherboard usually keep alive for a longer period under heavy usage about 8/10 yrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by w20grippy View Post
    Your speeches are worth to take for anyone...I am taking those for mine. But I always try to prioritize on performance. So I am gonna make a config with i7 cpu. People generally don't consider having a good casing which could help escape overheated air. Life cycles is an important measurement to determine how long a hardware can actually survive or stay awake. You said of never used Ups but it is quite essential to get one. This is necessary due to keep your hard-wares healthier especially hard drive, we very often loose our hard drive for bad sector which occurs because of inappropriate shutdown or over-pressure inside the system. Processor and Motherboard usually keep alive for a longer period under heavy usage about 8/10 yrs.
    If you are building a gaming PC get an i5 and put the money you save on buying a better GPU. Unless you are planning to use the CPU for 8-10 yrs or use it for rendering purposes.

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