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    Default Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    Hey guys I need some new RAMs & preferable a HDD!

    Now I've like 4800tk to spend, now (2x2GB) XPG 1600MHz would be better ? or (4x2GB) A-DATA/Transcend/PQI/Twinmoss ?, both of them costs more or less the same! Can anyone tell me the timings ?
    About the HDD, I've my eyes set on the Samsung 1TB F3, but I would need some pointers like warranty/price/shop/how to identify! Or are there any better 1TB's available ?

    Now the catch is, if I buy a HDD, I would have to get those 1333MHz 2x2GB RAM!

    Suggestions please!
    Last edited by dipanzan; August 21st, 2011 at 20:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Hey guys I need some new RAMs & preferable a HDD!Now I've like 4800tk to spend, now (2x2GB) XPG 1600MHz would be better ? or (4x2GB) A-DATA/Transcend/PQI/Twinmoss ?, both of them costs more or less the same! Can anyone tell me the timings ?About the HDD, I've my eyes set on the Samsung 1TB F3, but I would need some pointers like warranty/price/shop/how to identify! Or are there any better 1TB's available ?Now the catch is, if I buy a HDD, I would have to get those 1333MHz 2x2GB RAM! Suggestions please!
    4 gb XPG will be great, as in this state of software & game industry u dont need whole 8GB of ram, with out for bluray video conversion, sorry i got too small knowledge in hdd that i can't recomand any thing.And above info are my sole recomands please dont hold me responsible.

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    IMO....more better.....so 4*4 A-data rams and 1tb f3 or 1tb hitachi


    Guess what??? scan it??:

    Good enough GAMING RIG

    HApPy GAMing

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    If you're not running outta space,get those XPG.

    But if you're, then 1TB F3 it is.


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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    What about this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Hey guys I need some new RAMs & preferable a HDD!

    Now I've like 4800tk to spend, now (2x2GB) XPG 1600MHz would be better ? or (4x2GB) A-DATA/Transcend/PQI/Twinmoss ?, both of them costs more or less the same! Can anyone tell me the timings ?
    About the HDD, I've my eyes set on the Samsung 1TB F3, but I would need some pointers like warranty/price/shop/how to identify! Or are there any better 1TB's available ?

    Now the catch is, if I buy a HDD, I would have to get those 1333MHz 2x2GB RAM!

    Suggestions please!
    (2x2GB) is enough. and about the hdd, Samsung F3 1TB is Hd103SJ. 3yrs warranty from Smart technology, and would be best if you buy from ryans. and yeah there is a better one and that is WD Caviar black
    i think you should buy the hdd. price may rise in a week coz its the season of EiD.

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Hey guys I need some new RAMs & preferable a HDD!

    Now I've like 4800tk to spend, now (2x2GB) XPG 1600MHz would be better ? or (4x2GB) A-DATA/Transcend/PQI/Twinmoss ?, both of them costs more or less the same! Can anyone tell me the timings ?
    About the HDD, I've my eyes set on the Samsung 1TB F3, but I would need some pointers like warranty/price/shop/how to identify! Or are there any better 1TB's available ?

    Now the catch is, if I buy a HDD, I would have to get those 1333MHz 2x2GB RAM!

    Suggestions please!
    dipan vaiya apni priority base kore jinish kinen.amar mone hoy apnar jonno setai valo hobe.Jodi apni motamoti valo dhoroner downloader hon like games,movies etc tahole you should better go for a 1TB HDD + 2*2 1333MHz ram.XPG 1600 are very good but i think 1333MHz 4GB won't do bad at their situation.

    Ami amar point of view theke kotha gula bollam karon ami ekhon kom HDD er jonno onek pera te asi.

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    How about Twinmos Twister 1600MHz 4GB Rams? They were like 3500tk per 4gb disk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raa View Post
    4 gb XPG will be great, as in this state of software & game industry u dont need whole 8GB of ram, with out for bluray video conversion, sorry i got too small knowledge in hdd that i can't recomand any thing.And above info are my sole recomands please dont hold me responsible.
    ya I know, but I do run out of RAM in some situations, bhaiya'r kichu rendering er kaj thake, jeta te 8GB onek help korto, still!

    Quote Originally Posted by samiulislam16 View Post
    IMO....more better.....so 4*4 A-data rams and 1tb f3 or 1tb hitachi
    ya but 4GB single stick onek pricey , ty for suggestion!

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    If you're not running outta space,get those XPG.

    But if you're, then 1TB F3 it is.
    yes I'm running out of space, & those F3s are faster than my Caviar Blue right ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    What about this?
    Dee, those are some sexy looking RAMs, where can I get this, please help me out!

    Quote Originally Posted by venomous vampy View Post
    (2x2GB) is enough. and about the hdd, Samsung F3 1TB is Hd103SJ. 3yrs warranty from Smart technology, and would be best if you buy from ryans. and yeah there is a better one and that is WD Caviar black
    i think you should buy the hdd. price may rise in a week coz its the season of EiD.
    yup Ryans theke kinbo, np! exactly current price ta ki keu bolte paren ?
    Quote Originally Posted by Banglavai View Post
    dipan vaiya apni priority base kore jinish kinen.amar mone hoy apnar jonno setai valo hobe.Jodi apni motamoti valo dhoroner downloader hon like games,movies etc tahole you should better go for a 1TB HDD + 2*2 1333MHz ram.XPG 1600 are very good but i think 1333MHz 4GB won't do bad at their situation.

    Ami amar point of view theke kotha gula bollam karon ami ekhon kom HDD er jonno onek pera te asi.
    exactly!
    Quote Originally Posted by EyE SpeeD | DeViL View Post
    How about Twinmos Twister 1600MHz 4GB Rams? They were like 3500tk per 4gb disk.
    last time I checked, they were like 3k Rakin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    last time I checked, they were like 3k Rakin!
    didn't know man...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    What about this?
    Dee matro phone dilam, ora bollo 7days wait kora lagbe, btw the owner seems pretty friendly! Ish, I hope oder prices bhalo hoy, bollo BD'r baire jekono kichu anay dite parbe, just email korlei hobe!

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    Buy 2 stick of 4 gb ram.If not possible then go for 1 stick of 4gb.

    HDD should be Samsung F3 1TB. It would be best to buy from a known shop. Plus get idea from them about the warranty process before buying. If warranty process seems good then go for it otherwise don't take risk.

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Dee matro phone dilam, ora bollo 7days wait kora lagbe, btw the owner seems pretty friendly! Ish, I hope oder prices bhalo hoy, bollo BD'r baire jekono kichu anay dite parbe, just email korlei hobe!
    Don't be surprised if they're overpriced.

    That site got some serious over-pricing issue in case of some products.


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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    Solely depends on your needs whether you should go for the xpg or 8gb rams. xpg will be beneficial only if you ocing the rams more than normal 1333MHz frequency. In case you're a mild overclocker, by altering the divider you can set the ram operate with its native 1600MHz but even so, the difference will be negligible comparing to the 1333MHz. Again, this is highly unlikely for a app. consuming more than 6gb ram unless its related to video encoding, pro-graphics designing etc.
    Now choice is yours.
    I believe you already have my recommendation regarding HDD.

    Forget to mention another thing, you shouldn't worried much about the timings as well if you're not a hardcore overclocker. Tweaking the ram timings is necessary while you're limited by your ram frequency yet you want to hit higher frequency.
    Last edited by Mahfuz; August 21st, 2011 at 23:25.

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    And why so tensed about HDD's warranty issue??

    I have never seen a Samsung HDD failing,in my life.
    Though,buy it from a renowned shop,like you said Ryans.


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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    Buy 2 stick of 4 gb ram.If not possible then go for 1 stick of 4gb.

    HDD should be Samsung F3 1TB. It would be best to buy from a known shop. Plus get idea from them about the warranty process before buying. If warranty process seems good then go for it otherwise don't take risk.
    ha Arif bhaiya dekhi but 4GB single stick gula onek pricey

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    Don't be surprised if they're overpriced.

    That site got some serious over-pricing issue in case of some products.
    well Dee'r link ta te, RAM er price dekhe moja laglo

    Quote Originally Posted by Mahfuz View Post
    Solely depends on your needs whether you should go for the xpg or 8gb rams. xpg will be beneficial only if you ocing the rams more than normal 1333MHz frequency. In case you're a mild overclocker, by altering the divider you can set the ram operate with its native 1600MHz but even so, the difference will be negligible comparing to the 1333MHz. Again, this is highly unlikely for a app. consuming more than 6gb ram unless its related to video encoding, pro-graphics designing etc.
    Now choice is yours.
    I believe you already have my recommendation regarding HDD.
    well HDD tahole F3 confirmed, I just need to know if they are available now! ar bhaiya'r graphics design er time e, naki 3.7GB+ exceed kore, boltesilo 8GB kinte

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    ha Arif bhaiya dekhi but 4GB single stick gula onek pricey



    well Dee'r link ta te, RAM er price dekhe moja laglo



    well HDD tahole F3 confirmed, I just need to know if they are available now! ar bhaiya'r graphics design er time e, naki 3.7GB+ exceed kore, boltesilo 8GB kinte
    Adobe premiere, a soft for pro-video encoding, even as much as memory consuming that can go above 10+gb rams. So, no wonder, a pro-graphics design soft could be that much memory intensive too which is why I told you to focus on your needs.

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by Mahfuz View Post
    Adobe premiere, a soft for pro-video encoding, even as much as memory consuming that can go above 10+gb rams. So, no wonder, a pro-graphics design soft could be that much memory intensive too which is why I told you to focus on your needs.
    ha but bhaiya tahole abr HDD kinte parbo
    btw the F3s are faster than my current WD Caviar Blue right ?

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    ha Arif bhaiya dekhi but 4GB single stick gula onek pricey
    Hmm :S.Still try to get the 4 GB.It would be more future proof.You know once people used to say 512mb ram is enough then 1gb,then 2bg,now 4gb then no what .It's always better to keep one step ahead.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    And why so tensed about HDD's warranty issue??

    I have never seen a Samsung HDD failing,in my life.
    Though,buy it from a renowned shop,like you said Ryans.
    Haven't you heard about Samsung's recent hdd business :S

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    Default Re: Need Help Buying RAM, HDD

    Memory Size: 2GB
    Total Memory Size: 2GB
    Check the link again :S It says 4GB all the time,but in the spec list,it says 2GB :S

    And they TOTALLY RIPPED OF THE NAME "XLR8" FROM BEN10 O_O


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