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    Default Friend needs spec

    Q: What is your budget?
    1. 80K
    Q: What is your existing hardware configuration (component name - component brand and model)
    1. CPU - Intel Q8200
    2. GPU - Nvidia 8600GT
    3. RAM - 2GB
    Q: Which hardware will you be keeping (component name - component brand and model)
    1. None
    Q: Which hardware component are you looking to buy (component name). If you have already decided on a configuration then please mention the (component brand and model) as well, this will help us in fine tuning your requirement.
    1. CPU - Preferably an i7
    2. GPU - A good mainstream card, AMD or nVidia
    3. RAM - 8GB
    Q: Is this going to be your final configuration or you would be adding/upgrading a component in near future. If yes then please mention when and which component
    1. Final
    Q: From where will you buy these hardwares?
    1. Bangladesh
    Q: What is your intended use for this PC/hardware
    1. Gaming
    2. Browsing
    Q: Do you have any brand preference or dislike? Please name them and the reason for your preference/dislike.
    1. None
    Q: If you will be playing games then which type of games will you be playing?
    1. Mass Effect series
    2. Crysis series
    3. Assassin's Creed series
    4. etc....
    Q: Are you looking to overclock?
    1. No
    Q: Which operating system do you intend to use with this configuration?
    1. Windows 7 64 bit
    Long story short, friend needs a new PC within a budget of 80k. I'm unable to help him because I've been out of the loop for a while now. Now I need your help.
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    unless they introduce PoP/Mirror Edge styles with lara croft in bikini (gfx on par or better than AniMatrix), this game is hopeless =,='

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    Default Re: Friend needs spec

    brilliant presentation!

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    Default Re: Friend needs spec

    Quote Originally Posted by emroz_2272 View Post
    brilliant presentation!
    Actually, I just did a simple copypasta from the sticky.
    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    unless they introduce PoP/Mirror Edge styles with lara croft in bikini (gfx on par or better than AniMatrix), this game is hopeless =,='

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    Default Re: Friend needs spec

    Uhm,

    Core i7 2600 - 25.5k
    Gigabyte H67MA-USB3-B3 - 9.5k
    Gigabyte GTX 570 - 29k
    Delta 650W PSU - 9k
    Twinmos 4GB 1600 x2 - 6k

    Total ~ 79k.

    You can get the whole thing at around 77 - 78k if you bargain a bit, these are just asking prices.

    Processor available at either Computer Source or Binary Logic, Motherboard available at a lot of places, GPU available at Ryans or Star Solution, PSU hopefully available at Binary Logic, and the RAM's too are available at a lot of shops. :/

    So, here you go.

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    i would prefer the ADATA psu, 650w - 9k.
    and cpu 2600 na niye, he should get the i5 2500k, binary and onyx e ase, 20k and unlocked.
    gigabyte z68 board - 11.5k
    case (if required) - in win mana 136 - 4.5k

    the other things error mentioned are great.

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    Default Re: Friend needs spec

    Quote Originally Posted by Dissent View Post
    Q: Are you looking to overclock?
    1. No
    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    Uhm,

    Core i7 2600 - 25.5k
    Gigabyte H67MA-USB3-B3 - 9.5k
    Gigabyte GTX 570 - 29k
    Delta 650W PSU - 9k
    Twinmos 4GB 1600 x2 - 6k

    Total ~ 79k.

    You can get the whole thing at around 77 - 78k if you bargain a bit, these are just asking prices.

    Processor available at either Computer Source or Binary Logic, Motherboard available at a lot of places, GPU available at Ryans or Star Solution, PSU hopefully available at Binary Logic, and the RAM's too are available at a lot of shops. :/

    So, here you go.
    Quote Originally Posted by war1oc View Post
    i would prefer the ADATA psu, 650w - 9k.
    and cpu 2600 na niye, he should get the i5 2500k, binary and onyx e ase, 20k and unlocked.
    gigabyte z68 board - 11.5k
    case (if required) - in win mana 136 - 4.5k

    the other things error mentioned are great.
    Since he wont overlock, it's moot getting the 2500K. I know it's only $15-20 more than the regular 2500, but it's really overpriced here in BD.

    CPU: Intel 2500/2500K-----> 20k
    BOARD: Asus P8Z68-V / Gigabyte Z68-----> 17K/12K
    RAM: 2x4GB Twinmoss Twister/A-Data XPG 1600 kit-----> 6K+
    GPU: Asus/Gigabyte GTX570 / HD 6970-----> 29K
    HDD: 1TB Samsung F3-----> 4.7K
    CASE: TT Dokker/ Win Mana 136-----> 4.5K
    PSU: TT ToughPower 600W/ XFX 650W ?-----> 9.5K+

    Now it's way over 80K, I guess you would have to ditch the 2500K for a low end one. At least get a Z68 GB board, the ASUS board supports Ivy Bridge so I recommended it, but I can be wrong, try to look it up. You can get a GTX560 or a HD6850 too, that way the config would be within 80K.

    Oh, & the prices may not be correct.
    Last edited by dipanzan; October 16th, 2011 at 20:15.

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    gtx 570 ta na nia i think u shud get the gtx 580 twin frozrII.... I heard its available
    Psu: xfx pro 650w
    Ram: error bhaiya mentioned a gud one which i think is somewat cheaper than xpg
    Oh... Nd at wat resolution does ur frnd game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Since he wont overlock, it's moot getting the 2500K. I know it's only $15-20 more than the regular 2500, but it's really overpriced here in BD.

    CPU: Intel 2500/2500K-----> 20k
    BOARD: Asus P8Z68-V / Gigabyte Z68-----> 17K/12K
    RAM: 2x4GB Twinmoss Twister/A-Data XPG 1600 kit-----> 6K+
    GPU: Asus/Gigabyte GTX570 / HD 6970-----> 29K
    HDD: 1TB Samsung F3-----> 4.7K
    CASE: TT Dokker/ Win Mana 136-----> 4.5K
    PSU: TT ToughPower 600W/ XFX 650W ?-----> 9.5K+

    Now it's way over 80K, I guess you would have to ditch the 2500K for a low end one. At least get a Z68 GB board, the ASUS board supports Ivy Bridge so I recommended it, but I can be wrong, try to look it up. You can get a GTX560 or a HD6850 too, that way the config would be within 80K.

    Oh, & the prices may not be correct.
    Uhm, as he won't overclock, there's no point in getting a 2500k, a non-k processor would do, and imo, going for the i7 2600 would be the best idea, and as he's not getting an unlocked processor, Z68 na niye ekta bhalo processor and ekta gpu within his budget newatai better since he said that he won't upgrade anything in the near future. -

    Quote Originally Posted by Dissent
    Q: Is this going to be your final configuration or you would be adding/upgrading a component in near future. If yes then please mention when and which component
    1. Final
    And Tt PSU's suck, XFX 650W not available, so Delta's the way to go. xD

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    ADATA psu are available and they're good aswell, altho global brand :S, so i dont know about warranty issues.

    and yeah if this aint for overclocking, then 2600 will be a better buy.

    and ivy bridge will be backwards compatible with H61,H65,P67,Z68. so i dont think theres any worrying there.
    ur friend can later on get a newer and better mobo (if he shall so desire) and still use the core i7 2600.

    and 'bout the case, the mana 136 is way better trust me, i built a system yesterday on it and the features are amazing, and moreover its priced lower than the Tt Dokker. And for dust filters i bought a plastic mesh of 4.5x(12"x12") from banani bazar (hardware stores behind - price 130tk), they serve the purpose very well.

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    Default Re: Friend needs spec

    Vai, as intention is only gaming....
    I will ask for partial upgrade.
    Get a gtx570 direct cu/6950hd 1gb /gtx580 and
    a very good psu. Like xfx one mentioned before or even an 750w psu . Keep ur current cpu+mobo.
    As bulldozer is out and wasn't upto the mark, sandy bridge e is coming, a noticable pricecut is expected in near future.

    And in bd amd cpu price cut reflects in short time than that of intel...
    As gaming is ur intention.
    U will see no diff with a 2500/2600 i7 cpu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    Vai, as intention is only gaming....
    I will ask for partial upgrade.
    Get a gtx570 direct cu/6950hd 1gb /gtx580 and
    a very good psu. Like xfx one mentioned before or even an 750w psu . Keep ur current cpu+mobo.
    As bulldozer is out and wasn't upto the mark, sandy bridge e is coming, a noticable pricecut is expected in near future.

    And in bd amd cpu price cut reflects in short time than that of intel...
    As gaming is ur intention.
    U will see no diff with a 2500/2600 i7 cpu.
    Bottleneck?


    Quote Originally Posted by war1oc View Post
    And for dust filters i bought a plastic mesh of 4.5x(12"x12") from banani bazar (hardware stores behind - price 130tk), they serve the purpose very well.
    Can you tell me a bit more about this "Plastic Mesh"? I mean, how big are the holes? And is it Flexible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    Uhm, as he won't overclock, there's no point in getting a 2500k, a non-k processor would do, and imo, going for the i7 2600 would be the best idea, and as he's not getting an unlocked processor, Z68 na niye ekta bhalo processor and ekta gpu within his budget newatai better since he said that he won't upgrade anything in the near future. -



    And Tt PSU's suck, XFX 650W not available, so Delta's the way to go. xD
    Now that you mention it, I guess the Z68 boards wont be beneficial at all. The 2600 is the next best thing, if he doesn't overclock. Oh & lastly TT ToughPower 600W, the one I recommend is leagues ahead of the 600W units available here. It has a combined rating of 49A at 12V, which is more than enough for any single GPU configuration be it ~GTX480/580/590. At 9k, it's a very good PSU, but idk if it's available or not. There's also the ODIN which is better, but they aren't available

    Btw, Tt low end PSUs definitely suck, but their ToughPower series is one hell of a contender!

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    Default Re: Friend needs spec

    yeah, its quiet flexible, and dirt cheap. the holes are OK, its as the one they provided with my armor a60 (the psu one), i'll post pictures tomorrow. dont have the camera on me right now.

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    Bottleneck? Can you tell me a bit more about this "Plastic Mesh"? I mean, how big are the holes? And is it Flexible?
    yea, somehow in some game it will bottleneck but very little .very negligible. And for the price cut ,this patience will not make him regret.

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