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    I am going to buy a pc for my friend and it will be used for gaming. budget +/- 1 lac but try too get it under 1 lac
    suggest me these parts.

    1. processor
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    3. ram
    4. gpu
    5. psu
    6. casing
    7. some fans
    8. keyboard+ mouse(optional) maybe octane combo
    9. 1 tb hdd will use his current 500gb hdd as well (wd that are now in market are as good as that are available before 1 year warranty incident)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arka karlos View Post
    I am going to buy a pc for my friend. budget +/- 1 lac but try too get it under 1 lac
    suggest me these parts.

    1. processor
    2. motherboard
    3. ram
    4. gpu
    5. psu
    6. casing
    7. some fans
    8. keyboard+ mouse(optional) maybe octane combo
    1. 6600k. --- 20.9k
    2. GIGABYTE Z170-Gaming 5 ---19.5k
    3. Gskill DDR4 3200Mhz 16GB ---- 14.4k
    4. GIGABYTE R9 390 ------------ 32k
    5. GIGABYTE Pulse 650w -------- 5.9k
    6. GIGABYTE Sumo Alpha -------- 4.6k
    7. CoolerMaster Sickleflow 4x ---- 2.4k
    8. Tt Commander Combo -------- 3k

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    1. 6600k. --- 20.9k
    2. GIGABYTE Z170-Gaming 5 ---19.5k
    3. Gskill DDR4 3200Mhz 16GB ---- 14.4k
    4. GIGABYTE R9 390 ------------ 32k
    5. GIGABYTE Pulse 650w -------- 5.9k
    6. GIGABYTE Sumo Alpha -------- 4.6k
    7. CoolerMaster Sickleflow 4x ---- 2.4k
    8. Tt Commander Combo -------- 3k
    one day Gigabyte will make processor too!
    and RAM
    and fan...

    btw on topic is it good to get a mobo of 19.5k in gaming only situation?

    he could get a B85 Trooper and 4790 with a 250GB Samsung Evo SSD, wouldn't that be better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    1. 6600k. --- 20.9k
    2. GIGABYTE Z170-Gaming 5 ---19.5k
    3. Gskill DDR4 3200Mhz 16GB ---- 14.4k
    4. GIGABYTE R9 390 ------------ 32k
    5. GIGABYTE Pulse 650w -------- 5.9k
    6. GIGABYTE Sumo Alpha -------- 4.6k
    7. CoolerMaster Sickleflow 4x ---- 2.4k
    8. Tt Commander Combo -------- 3k
    doesnt the ddr3 setup will yield more power and price performance ratio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arka karlos View Post
    doesnt the ddr3 setup will yield more power and price performance ratio?
    yes, but probably he is trying to make a sell :v
    btw well if you need the next gen platform than you have to sacrifice something, but as far as I'm concerned you can easily use a B85+4790+DDR3+SSD for 3+ years without any problem.

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    and for the cpu, if you need it for games and not work then i5 4690k

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    guys what about 980 / 980 ti . cant they be fitted in this setup? since in the dx12 game will be more dependent on the gpu rather than the cpu so i5 and 980 / 980 ti wont be a good build?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    btw on topic is it good to get a mobo of 19.5k in gaming only situation?

    he could get a B85 Trooper and 4790 with a 250GB Samsung Evo SSD, wouldn't that be better?
    Did he mention any need of any storage device?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    1. 6600k. --- 20.9k
    2. GIGABYTE Z170-Gaming 5 ---19.5k
    3. Gskill DDR4 3200Mhz 16GB ---- 14.4k
    4. GIGABYTE R9 390 ------------ 32k
    5. GIGABYTE Pulse 650w -------- 5.9k
    6. GIGABYTE Sumo Alpha -------- 4.6k
    7. CoolerMaster Sickleflow 4x ---- 2.4k
    8. Tt Commander Combo -------- 3k

    This. If you are going with Skylake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Did he mention any need of any storage device?
    sorry, forgot that he will buy 1 tb hdd. he has 500gb hdd now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arka karlos View Post
    doesnt the ddr3 setup will yield more power and price performance ratio?
    Speed of two types of RAM.

    DDR4 3200Mhz CL15 (Gskill Ripjaws4) 1.20v


    (15/3200) x 2000= 9.375ns

    DDR3 1600Mhz CL9 (Gskill RipJaws) 1.50v

    (9/1600) x 2000= 11.25ns

    DDR3 2400Mhz CL10 (Gskill TridentX) 1.65v

    (10/2400) x 2000= 8.33ns

    But Z170 Chipset supports DIMMs upto 1.35v by default. By overclocking you can go upto 1.50v. But you cannot use 1.65v modules in Z170 chipsets. That is why i suggested DDR4 3200 to get the most viable price-performance value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arka karlos View Post
    guys what about 980 / 980 ti . cant they be fitted in this setup? since in the dx12 game will be more dependent on the gpu rather than the cpu so i5 and 980 / 980 ti wont be a good build?

    Games nowadays are also utilizing the VRAM, so 8 GB of the 390 will do well, and in 1080p/1440p a 980 isn't really needed. Also AMD GPUs have a huge improvement with DX12 compared to NVIDIA (although that might change with Driver updates).

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    yes, but probably he is trying to make a sell :v
    btw well if you need the next gen platform than you have to sacrifice something, but as far as I'm concerned you can easily use a B85+4790+DDR3+SSD for 3+ years without any problem.
    GIGABYTE pays me, so trying to sell good quality GIGABYTE products at a discount rate here, that's legitimate. But i wonder how much ASUS pays you or should i say OSGS (ouch!) to do their free advertising???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arka karlos View Post
    sorry, forgot that he will buy 1 tb hdd. he has 500gb hdd now
    I can manage you Toshiba/ Seagate 1TB at 4,000/=

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arka karlos View Post
    guys what about 980 / 980 ti . cant they be fitted in this setup? since in the dx12 game will be more dependent on the gpu rather than the cpu so i5 and 980 / 980 ti wont be a good build?
    you can fit a 980 in this build, but not a 980Ti but 390X and 980 is more or less the same peformance anyways with 980 very slightly better, if you can find the card for cheap though do get it since you will need atleast a 390X or gtx 980 to game at 1440p. and yes you only need an i5 4690k to run any game for now, and the next few years. try getting the same build but with 980 instead of 390X if you prefer it (will cost about 5-8k more). And skylake's really unnecessary especially for games since at in some games even with an almost identical setup Devil's canyon gets very slightly better performance. but i do understand if you'd want a Z170 build for future proofing. as for all the gigabyte stuff honestly just go with their motherboard&gpu they are probably best priced in BD maybe even more than ASUS. but don't get something like a PSU or case from them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    but i do understand if you'd want a Z170 build for future proofing. as for all the gigabyte stuff honestly just go with their motherboard&gpu they are probably best priced in BD maybe even more than ASUS. but don't get something like a PSU or case from them.
    Do you know the CX series you mentioned is the very entry level psu? Worse than even TT TR2. You can read this thread to get clarified. http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...=gtz+760+burnt

    @furiousTaher Told you people will still buy the CX series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Do you know the CX series you mentioned is the very entry level psu? Worse than even TT TR2. You can read this thread to get clarified. http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...=gtz+760+burnt

    @furiousTaher Told you people will still buy the CX series.
    That dosen't prove anything though, could also be because of the card itself. I agree on getting a better psu though, but if he wants a 980 it won't fit in the budget. a 390X with EVGA would do well. and it also dosen't change the fact about gigabyte psu's. they don't have any trusted reviews on them. so people really should get Seasonic, thermaltake, Corsair, EVGA, be quiet instead heck even Rosewill and XFX have reviews

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Do you know the CX series you mentioned is the very entry level psu? Worse than even TT TR2. You can read this thread to get clarified. http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...=gtz+760+burnt

    @furiousTaher Told you people will still buy the CX series.
    i think corsair psu those are found here (not internationally) is bullshit. i was refunded for my vs450 after 17 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    That dosen't prove anything though, could also be because of the card itself. I agree on getting a better psu though, but if he wants a 980 it won't fit in the budget. a 390X with EVGA would do well. and it also dosen't change the fact about gigabyte psu's. they don't have any trusted reviews on them. so people really should get Seasonic, thermaltake, Corsair, EVGA, be quiet instead heck even Rosewill and XFX have reviews
    I am not saying GIGABYTE Pulse is the best. But it IS the best within 6-7k budget. And i will gladly swap my Tt Toughpower GOLD 650w (more than 2 years warranty left) with a GIGABYTE Pulse 650w + 1k cash. Will tell you the reason after the deal is complete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Is your friend named Shadman Afif by any chance @Arka karlos ?
    nope bro. his name strats with f and he is kinda noob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    so people really should get Seasonic, thermaltake, Corsair, EVGA, be quiet instead heck even Rosewill and XFX have reviews
    In case you forgot, this is Bangladesh.

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