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    Cool Gaming pc within 110000.

    The pc is going to be used for light gaming but sometimes i might try hardline all the new ones n test it . i will probably wont finish more then 10 games in a year as I play mostly rpg games and i will play some old ps2 game using pcx2 . I do own monitor , mouse , keyboard but i need everything else . Primary use would be 3d rendering , making some small 2d n 3d games in unity n other engines also web development . 1080P is enough for me but more is better .

    this is config i came up with

    Intel® Core™ i7-5820K Processor >>32.5K
    Gigabyte X99-UD4 >>24K
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    msi x99s sli plus >>20K

    any ddr4 gaming ram( may be Ripjaws )
    >>5-6K 8gb

    Dont have much idea about graphics card and power supply..

    but i need power supply with 5yrs warranty and graphics card that will support direct x 12.
    I saw some blog writing about radeon being insanely fast 500x to 800x performance boost while testing against direct x 12?
    This pc is going to be used for at least 5yrs. I might add another graphics card later to use one with gui n one for processing....
    i would love your input here and also where to buy these parts from and cost .

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    Umm if your gonna focus on editing get 16gb ram..

    Even if it is DDr4 you should have 16gigs for best performance.

    Since your not gonna game much but considering your budget you could easily get a 970


    You can max out 1080p with ease..And you can do some 1440p gaming too...

    Though I'm a noob at all these PC hardware stuff..Best wait for the pros

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    Buy a Skylake i7 6700k with a Z170 motherboard? Will save you cash I don't see the point of literally spending over 50k on both Proc and mobo. If you want gaming PC get a more expensive GPU, either R9 390X for 40k or a GTX 980 for 50k. Skylake i7 6700k for 29k with a Gigabyte Z170 from @VANGUARD for 14k

    DDR4 RAMs are expensive depending on the bus speed. You don't necessarily need a high bus speed. Anything 3200Mhz will do

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    If the main priority is your rendering work, then get a 5820k for sure, and 16gigs of RAM. the brand does not really matter much in case of RAM. just pick the speed and latency that you want, and it's look and heatsink size. for the PSU, i heard Seasonic's coming to BD, so definitely get a 550-600w Seasonic, and as for the gpu, even a 960 and 380 is enough, but since you'll be using it for longer go with either the 970 or 390, whichever you get for cheaper really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    If the main priority is your rendering work, then get a 5820k for sure, and 16gigs of RAM. the brand does not really matter much in case of RAM. just pick the speed and latency that you want, and it's look and heatsink size. for the PSU, i heard Seasonic's coming to BD, so definitely get a 550-600w Seasonic, and as for the gpu, even a 960 and 380 is enough, but since you'll be using it for longer go with either the 970 or 390, whichever you get for cheaper really.

    They are already in BD and is being sold by OSGS (imported by Global brands, who also happens to own OSGS), and PCWRajshashi and PSGS (resold).

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    primary 3d rendering secondary rpg gaming?


    your processor choice is good
    5820k 6 core processor.(32k) but Ehsas and others did forbid people to take gigabyte because it seems to have bios issues...
    mobo- msi 27k ? i dont know if its the right choice... plenty of x99 mobos are full of bios issues so do your research.


    ddr4 ram 16gb 110$... i dont know price in BD i heard 8gb was 6k


    gtx 980 ... 55k in BD

    about gpu war- i am not an expert for 3d rendering, but i am working on unreal engine so according to what 3d renderers told me CUDA(nvidia)>openCL(amd) at any given day. dont even consider buying amd. as you are working on unity you probably heard of blender. nvidia card can easily work with cycle rendering engine in blender (because they run cuda).
    also... i heard rumors that if you integrate nvidia gameworks to your game your game might get little more attention than a non-gameworks game (as there are hundred thousands indie games releasing for pc each year if you dont get proper attention then nobody will buy/play your game)


    ssd- i am still not sure which SSDs are actually available here... probably only adata.
    samsung 240gb ssds are ~80$ in newegg i blv.

    hdd 3tb- ~9k ...

    psu- seasonic 520w 7k 620w 8k... you better get 620w although 520w will be just fine because 980 is very power efficient, but many 3d renderers or game developers use sli config, so there is a possibility for you to run sli later? but please note that many softwares (as far as i know blender) dont run better by running sli.

    please note that no psu supports 5year replacement warranty in BD.

    casing- 6k

    total ~156k way over budget.


    i suggest something else, i know you have said processor and mobo for 5 years but i dont like the idea of spending almost 60k (half of 110k) in processor and mobo alone, just for the sake of 5 year threshold where its not like there is a looot of difference between i7 4790k and 5820k.
    gpu is significantly more important in 3d rendering than processor.


    so my suggestion #2

    i7 haswell 27k
    mobo... gigabyte sniper for 9k or even better mobo 12k

    ddr3 16gb ~8k

    gtx 980Ti.... 65k gigabyte from lord vanguard of smart. (it might be out of stock now)

    total 143k

    well this is actually way above budget too.

    please contact @Ehsas (the possible future savior of bd gaming hardware ) for deals... because last week he whispered to my ears that he has great full pc deals coming to BD. i think he might have a good 980Ti pc deal just for you :v



    my suggestion #3

    970= 32k

    total 113k

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    Quote Originally Posted by z.a.s View Post
    They are already in BD and is being sold by OSGS (imported by Global brands, who also happens to own OSGS), and PCWRajshashi and PSGS (resold).
    how much do their 550w and 600w gold ones cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    your processor choice is good
    5820k 6 core processor.(32k) but Ehsas and others did forbid people to take gigabyte because it seems to have bios issues...
    mobo- msi 27k ? i dont know if its the right choice... plenty of x99 mobos are full of bios issues so do your research.
    It's not just gigabyte or msi, it was only that specific model that UD3P model that has BIOS issues. other ones do not, it's just the very entry level one, 20$ more and you've got yourself a great motherboard. MSI SLI krait, and Gigabyte X99M are very great motherboards at that price range, if you must go with cheaper (around 185) then get the ASRock Extreme 4. the low end x99's of most companies are below par atm, so try and get the midrange ones (around 200$) x99m of most companies are good, though if you're going mid/high end, don't go with ASrock, they're good as a budget option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    how much do their 550w and 600w gold ones cost?
    join fb group of osgs global to know latest news of asus seasonic and nzxt- https://www.facebook.com/groups/OSGS.BD

    also... give him a good core i7 and 980Ti deal please :v

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    btw 4 core haswell i7 with 980Ti will be better at 3d rendering for blender and unity and unreal than 6 core i7 with 970gtx right? @Ehsas

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    join fb group of osgs global to know latest news of asus seasonic and nzxt- https://www.facebook.com/groups/OSGS.BD

    also... give him a good core i7 and 980Ti deal please :v

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    btw 4 core haswell i7 with 980Ti will be better at 3d rendering for blender and unity and unreal than 6 core i7 with 970gtx right? @Ehsas
    Depends on what exactly he's doing on it, he should clarify on that first. For most general work(including rendering) the 4790k might not be fully utilized, but if it is very intensive then 5820k is indeed the way to go, 2 extra cores, 4 more virtual cores, more cache, and since he goes with the M class x99 motherboards he can get good overclocks on them with not so expensive coolers.

    He needs a 980Ti or Fury X only if he's serious about gaming at 4k. gpu usage for rendering in most cases, a 780 alone is enough, if it's a different line of work then he'd need workstation gpu's. so 970, 980Ti work wise would be the same.

    And only prebuilt pc's are made sadly :/ can't offer just the gpu or cpu alone, it's probably best and i think he'd be more comfortable with buying from here for now anyways. if OP is interested in an entire build though, then PM or skype. and ty for the link, don't have fb but i'll manage to see it.

    Anyways most likely scenario > if the work you're doing is not that cpu intensive, get 6700k and Z170 with SLI/CF&3.1 support. If you don't plan on overclocking, then you could get 6700(non K) and H170, will be cheaper. And a gtx 980 or r9 390X from either GIGABYTE or ASUS. Since i believe these 2 offer the best prices in BD (maybe you could get even lower from @VANGUARD )

    If it is intensive however, then x99M motherboard, 5820k, 970/390, 16gigs of preferred ram. and psu's for both get Seasonic or any modular gold psu that has good ratings.

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    Thank you guys for taking time n giving your valuable opinion . since I am going to render a lot n edit videos as well ..i thought 5820K with extra two cores will come in handy . I do understand that 4790K is still a beast when it comes to gaming but since new processor is introduced ,i thought x99 would be a good investment if not great .I do not need ssd at the moment as i own some old 1 TB hard disks so i will make good use of them .Which graphics card will be fully compatible with direct x 12 not just support it ( 980 n 980 ti? ).Also when do you think the price of x99 platform will come down ? I heard someone say may be end of January next year? Also guys please mention price in bdt not usd .even though i can buy online i dont know how to ship it cheaply from usa to bd plus if they ship dead product i might end up having a heart attack . Jokes aside .. do let me know if the prices will come down in few months .Gpu with directx 12 support ..i will add another gpu after a year same model for game performance boost if it lags ..say two 980 or 980ti sli. let me know if this is stupid to do or have compatibility issues

    i checked this site http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/...e-gtx-980.html.

    right now i got 110K so if i wait for few months i can add 40K n if the prices come down i might get lucky get two second hand 980 from this forum as well ( with warranty ) . So I need power supply that can handle two gpu. waiting for more input ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotorpotor View Post
    Which graphics card will be fully compatible with direct x 12 not just support it ( 980 n 980 ti? ).
    neither 650$ 980Ti or furyX (or the 1000$ titanx) supports full dx12. you might consider price/performance 970gtx. next year nvidia pascal coming with full dx12. amd dx12 gpus also coming probably.

    (guys lets not start world war 3 over again please)


    also, please note that it will take some time for both unreal engine and unity to fully use dx12 things... for reasons... it will take them months... maybe years. i think right now you should probably consider dx11 over 12. so 970 would be the way to go.

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    i posted ssd price in dollar coz i dont think you can find 240 gb ssd in bd markets cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    i posted ssd price in dollar coz i dont think you can find 240 gb ssd in bd markets cheap.
    Transcend SSD370S are pretty cheap, 128GB is 5k. I think 256GB is 8k

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    Also do people know for better 3D rendering and other animation works you use Quadro or Firepro cards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Transcend SSD370S are pretty cheap, 128GB is 5k. I think 256GB is 8k

    who is importing? ucc or csl?

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    who is importing? ucc or csl?
    UCC duh

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post

    ddr4 ram 16gb 110$... i dont know price in BD i heard 8gb was 6k


    ssd- i am still not sure which SSDs are actually available here... probably only adata.
    samsung 240gb ssds are ~80$ in newegg i blv.


    please note that no psu supports 5year replacement warranty in BD.
    G.SKILL DDR4 RAM costs 5.7k for single 8 GB DIMM. I'm not sure if they sell it separately as I read the price on the 32 GB page, but the price was written as single unit so I think they sell it as single units.




    Also, there are plety on SSD brands available in BD, there's Samsung, Intel, ADATA, Transcend, and also Corsair. Samsung ones can be found in Binary Logic, but cheapest is ADATA. 120 GB 4.4k (cheapest SSD in BD), and 240 GB is 7.8k. Sold through OSGS.




    Also Cooler Master V series PSU has 5 year warranty, and I think a lot of Seasonic ones also have 5 year warranty, I recently saw one (can't remember exactly) that had up to 7 years warranty. I recommend the Cooler master V650 [If available, as stocks end quite ofter] (Semi-Modular, 80+ GOLD, Japanese caps with great reviews) for him, 9.5k from Binary Logic with 5 years warranty, not worse than Seasonic at all. OR V550 if budget or availability becomes an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Transcend SSD370S are pretty cheap, 128GB is 5k. I think 256GB is 8k

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    Also do people know for better 3D rendering and other animation works you use Quadro or Firepro cards?

    ADATA is cheaper. 4.4k for 120 GB, available at OSGS. (240 GB is 7.8k)

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    Quote Originally Posted by z.a.s View Post

    ADATA is cheaper. 4.4k for 120 GB, available at OSGS. (240 GB is 7.8k)
    Depends which models they are selling, not all SSDs are the same. The SP610s are ill consistent against other brands especially with write speed.

    Edit - Further update turns out Adata SSDs suck, they have myriad of problems
    Last edited by Trave160; October 7th, 2015 at 09:25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Edit - Further update turns out Adata SSDs suck, they have myriad of problems
    off topic:
    i still dont get why ssds (which are still quite expensive- prices are like 2006 hdd prices ) have so many problems... i mean 1st generation ssd had severe failure rate and problems, which are kinda acceptable because it was 1st batch, but i still dont understand how these companies are doing business with problematic drives, i understand its a very sophisticated technology but its one of the main reason i still dont get ssd

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    I really don't recommend getting ADATA SSD's, very high failure rates. if you must get a budget 240gb ssd then go for OCZ, samsung evo or even Sandisk!

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    Or Transcend, Crucial.

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