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    As the title says I want to buy a processor and motherboard, I have no idea what are the models that are currently available in market. But all I want is an INTEL build and all the best products within my budget. My budget is 28K, so please start suggesting. More over I will add a HD5770(or something similar) soon and already have a DELTA 500W PSU, it must be able to handle all the things so suggest accordingly. Pls mention full product models and their current price. Thanks in advance.

    Also HD5770 vs HD6670 vs HD6770 vs GTX550ti ??

    What are their current prices, which one to choose and why? (currently have HD4670 so pls suggest accordingly).

    Any better Nvidia alternatives??


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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    i5 2500k + Asrock P67 Pro3 OR i5 2400 + Gigabyte/Asus H67.

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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post
    As the title says I want to buy a processor and motherboard, I have no idea what are the models that are currently available in market. But all I want is an INTEL build and all the best products within my budget. My budget is 28K, so please start suggesting. More over I will add a HD5770(or something similar) soon and already have a DELTA 500W PSU, it must be able to handle all the things so suggest accordingly. Pls mention full product models and their current price. Thanks in advance.
    Go with Dee's suggestion for the Processor and MoBo.

    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post
    Also HD5770 vs HD6670

    What are their current prices, which one to choose and why? (currently have HD4670 so pls suggest accordingly).

    Any better Nvidia alternatives??
    5770 ofcourse. But i don't think it's available now. Get a 6770 instead, should cost around 11k or so.
    Last edited by error; October 29th, 2011 at 17:25. Reason: Typo :p

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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    Abhi vai if you want a good boost and the best upgrade you should go with 5770 cuz it is way better than 6670 no doubt,but if the question comes from a budget then you may go with 6670.but Try to go with 5770 for the future games.According to the ryans product book The gigabyte 6670(most probably ddr3)will costs 6600taka and the sapphire DDR5 costs 9000taka.Otherwise 5770 will take more or less 12000taka(I don't know actually)............

    My suggestion is go for a GTX 550ti(which i am currently searching for a second hand).The new one will costs 10.8k(ECS)...it will perform like 5770....and the power consumption is pretty low.it needs only 1 6pin which your psu can easily handle.Now the rest you will choice

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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post
    Also HD5770 vs HD6670

    What are their current prices, which one to choose and why? (currently have HD4670 so pls suggest accordingly).

    Any better Nvidia alternatives??


    @Dee @dipanzan @error
    as you have a pretty good PSU you can easily run cards like 5830...if not available then get gtx550ti. getting 5770/6770/6670 are just pointless.......
    Last edited by @nonymous™; October 29th, 2011 at 17:54.

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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    i5 2500k + Asrock P67 Pro3 OR i5 2400 + Gigabyte/Asus H67.
    any specific models of H67 by gigabyte??? I read somewhere tha B3 stepping thing...2 or 2 H67 of giagbytes are available so how to differentiate??


    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    as you have a pretty good PSU you can easily run cards like 5830...if not available then get gtx550ti. getting 5770/6770/6670 are just pointless.......
    gtx550ti that much better than 5770/6770?? :O :/

    price of gtx550ti and 5830 pls???


    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    Go with Dee's suggestion for the Processor and MoBo.



    5770 of course. But i don't think it's available now. Get a 6770 instead, should cost around 11k or so.
    smart asked 10.5k for 6770 but they are giving 1 warranty, last time when i bought gigabyte 4670 they had 2 years?? what was the last price of 5770??? so at 10.5k ECS gtx550ti or gigabyte HD6770???
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    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post
    any specific models of H67 by gigabyte??? I read somewhere tha B3 stepping thing...2 or 2 H67 of giagbytes are available so how to differentiate??
    Click here to see the comparison between PH67A-UD3 (11k) and H67MA-USB3-B3 (9.5k).

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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post

    gtx550ti that much better than 5770/6770?? :O :/
    price of gtx550ti and 5830 pls???
    6770 that cheap??? what was the last price of 5770??? is gtx550ti better than 5770/6770???
    first of all 5770/6770 are same thing...secondly gtx550 is better than those in both performance & feature-wise...5830 is a lot better than all the those mentioned cards....price of gtx550 is ~11k sapphire 5830 xtreme was ~10 when it was available.....

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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

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    Click here to see the comparison between PH67A-UD3 (11k) and H67MA-USB3-B3 (9.5k).
    both of them available?? so i5 2400/2310 + H67MA-USB3-B3= fair deal???

    This H67 is b3 stepped right??


    also can you please clear my confusion about gfx card pls on my above post??

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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    Yes, H67MA-USB3-B3 is B3 stepped.

    There is a slight difference between GTX550Ti and 5770/6770. Price of GTX550Ti/5830 is around 10.5~11k. And if you can spend around 11k, go for a 5830.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Yes, H67MA-USB3-B3 is B3 stepped.

    There is a slight difference between GTX550Ti and 5770/6770. Price of GTX550Ti/5830 is around 10.5~11k. And if you can spend around 11k, go for a 5830.
    Wow now another confusion.....5830 vs 550ti :S

    My delta can handle i5 + 5830??? ati site mentions minimum 500W with 2 pciex connector, pura borderline hoye gelo na??

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    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post
    Wow now another confusion.....5830 vs 550ti :S
    5830 wins by a big margin.
    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post
    My delta can handle i5 + 5830??? ati site mentions minimum 500W with 2 pciex connector, pura borderline hoye gelo na??
    Your Delta 500W is enough for i5 + 5830.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    5830 wins by a big margin.

    Your Delta 500W is enough for i5 + 5830.
    Ecs brand ta kemon never used any products of them.. 5830 gigabyte er paowa jabe??

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    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post
    Ecs brand ta kemon never used any products of them.. 5830 gigabyte er paowa jabe??
    ECS is a good brand, @Arif69 bhaiya used 9600GT, and he was quite satisfied with it. And iirc only Sapphire 5830 extreme is available.

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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    5830 may be currently unavailable. The Sapphire 5830 Xtreme used to sell for 10.5-10.8k. It is an unbelievable card. The PCB is non-reference but the Cooler, VRMs and other circuitry is extraordinary, the title Xtreme simply nails its class. It OCs like a beast.

    I have one clocked at 970 (from 800) on the core and 1170 (from 1000) on the memory as i speak, without touching the stock volts. And all that buzz without breaking 70C at 100% load even though my 9800GT(@full PhysX load) is blowing all its hot exhaust air into it. Without the 9800GT sitting adjecent to it, the temps are just crazy even with that sort of overclock. This thing left my mouth wide open. I had been thinking that for only around 20grands, 2 of these clocked at 1K, which they easily can given the low temps and voltage requirement will definitely touch my previous GPU, the mighty 5970 provide that it 's kept at stock clocks.

    Bottom Line : If you get this card newhere, the first thing you do is buy it. Even if i got very lucky and your card doesn 't overclock all that well, a bare 5830 for less than 11k is a steal and the rest - 550Ti/5770/6770/6790 is no competition for it.

    Even though 5830s are massively power hungry (greater than 5850), a decent 500W will do justice especially when you 're moving up to a Sandy-Bridge line-up which are the most energy efficient things in the world right now.
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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    5830 may be currently unavailable. The Sapphire 5830 Xtreme used to sell for 10.5-10.8k. It is an unbelievable card. The PCB is non-reference but the Cooler, VRMs and other circuitry is extraordinary, the title Xtreme simply nails its class. It OCs like a beast.

    I have one clocked at 970 (from 800) on the core and 1170 (from 1000) on the memory as i speak, without touching the stock volts. And all that buzz without breaking 70C at 100% load even though my 9800GT(@full PhysX load) is blowing all its hot exhaust air into it. Without the 9800GT sitting adjecent to it, the temps are just crazy even with that sort of overclock. This thing left my mouth wide open. I had been thinking that for only around 20grands, 2 of these clocked at 1K, which they easily can given the low temps and voltage requirement will definitely touch my previous GPU, the mighty 5970 provide that it 's kept at stock clocks.

    Bottom Line : If you get this card newhere, the first thing you do is buy it. Even if i got very lucky and your card doesn 't overclock all that well, a bare 5830 for less than 11k is a steal and the rest - 550Ti/5770/6770/6790 is no competition for it.

    Even though 5830s are massively power hungry (greater than 5850), a decent 500W will do justice especially when you 're moving up to a Sandy-Bridge line-up which are the most energy efficient things in the world right now.
    ok thanks for the detail things.. but whats the best alternative to 5830 at 11k range???

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    ok thanks for the detail things.. but whats the best alternative to 5830 at 11k range???
    If u r talking about alternative to 5830 in 11k the answer would be none considering its performance/Price ratio as @Hemlock said but u may ask what other cards u may get in 11k range, and if that is so, u may get gtx 550Ti/HD6770/HD6790(ektu beshi porbe) and these r currently available in market but not sure about the availability of Sapphire HD5830 extreme currently...

    good luck getting ur new card..
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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    If u r talking about alternative to 5830 in 11k the answer would be none considering its performance/Price ratio as @Hemlock said but u may ask what other cards u may get in 11k range, and if that is so, u may get gtx 550Ti/HD6770/HD6790(ektu beshi porbe) and these r currently available in market but not sure about the availability of Sapphire HD5830 extreme currently...

    good luck getting ur new card..
    @abhi4168
    u used ECS 550ti as far as i know, so how was the card performance, can i trust ECS and any other vedor for 550ti available in BD??

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    u used ECS 550ti as far as i know, so how was the card performance, can i trust ECS and any other vedor for 550ti available in BD??
    from my experience that was a fantastic card, in fact the most coolest(thanda..) card i had ever used, temp never went upto 68c more or less any game i played with that little beast, i played witcher 2 with ultra settings(except uber-sampling) around 35-40fps, crisis 2 with high settings around 50fps, Alice madness returns with physx high 55-60fps, Metro 2033 with(Dx11) high, advanced physx(except dof) with 30-35fps and so on.....

    and as a vendor i do not have any complain against them but only one drawback in BD is u will get only 1 year warranty..

    P.S.- All games played at 1366x 768 res.

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    Default Re: Want to BUY a Processor and a Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post
    ok thanks for the detail things.. but whats the best alternative to 5830 at 11k range???
    The best alternative to the 5830 is the 6790, but unfortunately it is priced at ~13.6k.

    The reason, 5830 Xtremes were tremendously underpriced right from Sapphire themselves is because these Xtreme versions of 5830s/5850s were produced in the era of 6XXX series, only to clear their remaining Cypress inventory. But must say that Sapphire has done a pretty damn good job at introducing these great performers at such unbelievable prices.
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