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    Default GPU BUYIN HELP -(I sound desperate :P)

    This is what im goin to buy for my new pc.

    motherboard:MSI 880GM E-35 (NOT FX)
    RAM :trancesnd 2*4gb sticks
    Prossecore:AMD Phenom x2 4 BE
    Graphics Card: Sapphire RADEON HD 6770
    Moniter: LG Flaton16 LCD inch
    Power supply
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    Hard drive 500 gb
    Optical Drive Dvd

    im pretty sure ill be able buy my rig in my budget of 46000
    (I know the graphic card is overkill for the monitor im going to buy but ill buy a better one later )

    My problem is the PSU and Graphics Card : Sapphire HD Radeon 6770 (normal version) here the amount of watts taken by the GPU will be approximatly 110 watts but it (internet forum) needs additional 6 pin connector (The gpu come with the connector) in addition to PCIe directly from the PSU to function


    MY QUESTION IS :Does a normal 500 watt PSU in bangaldesh hav tht type of connection to connect it to my gpu? or do i have buy some overly priced special PSU ? How do u guys with 6790 or 6850 or over operate ur GPU's?

    i wud really appreciate the help thanks

    And yes iv done all i can do to find this out on the net but cud not find any consistent ans

    Once again thanks!

    ---------- Post added at 23:07 ---------- Previous post was at 22:43 ----------

    And are there any other better alternative to this at lower cost (the GPU i mean)? i mean i hav been reading a lot bad rep frm sapphire so is gigabyte cheaper and better is it possible to even possible find gigabyte 6770 in Bangladesh?

    ---------- Post added at 23:11 ---------- Previous post was at 23:07 ----------

    oh and my budget for my PSU ,casing and fan altogether is 2500tk. will it be enuf?

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    A cheap non branded 500W PSU can't provide the additional power required for the graphics cards that requires a 6 pin PCI E connector, you'll need a PSU that comes with atleast one native 6 pin connector to power 6770, furthermore, even if you can get the pc to run properly with a cheap PSU, what you're doing is constantly putting your precious hardwares in danger and making them prone to failing as the PSU is constantly being taxed to it's limit or perhaps over it's limits, buy TT 430W litepower or Something like Maxin 600W or a Fortex 500W/600W if you're on a tight budget, but spending 3,500/= on PSU will be worth it.
    Last edited by Fox Mulder; December 9th, 2011 at 03:53.

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    are there any good alternative GPU tht dont need tht much power? like a silent cooler system?

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    You mean Phenom II X4 955 BE right? Its somewhere around 10-11K

    Also get the MSI 890GXM-G65 Motherboard for another 10K

    and just buy 4GB Ram total, No need for 8GB now.

    ---------- Post added at 07:44 ---------- Previous post was at 07:43 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by romulus_ut3 View Post
    buy TT 430W litepower or Something like Maxin 600W or a Fortex 500W/600W if you're on a tight budget, but spending 3,500/= on PSU will be worth it.
    Are you kidding me, Litepower it sucks he could buy Tt TR2 430 for 4.5K

    ---------- Post added at 07:45 ---------- Previous post was at 07:44 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Core37 View Post
    are there any good alternative GPU tht dont need tht much power? like a silent cooler system?
    Get ECS GTX 550 Ti then, needs a good PSU with 400W Efficiency.
    Last edited by Trave160; December 9th, 2011 at 09:09.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    You mean Phenom II X4 955 BE right? Its somewhere around 10-11K

    Also get the MSI 890GXM-G65 Motherboard for another 10K

    and just buy 4GB Ram total, No need for 8GB now.

    ---------- Post added at 07:44 ---------- Previous post was at 07:43 ----------


    Are you kidding me, Litepower it sucks he could buy Tt TR2 430 for 4.5K

    ---------- Post added at 07:45 ---------- Previous post was at 07:44 ----------
    l

    Tht mobo is a goin over my budget the fact tht i hav to buy a good PSU for the sapphire 6770 is goin over my budget!

    but ill buy one anyway
    will a Gigabyte GE-R460-V1
    Maximum Power (WT) - 460 work??


    Get ECS GTX 550 Ti then, needs a good PSU with 400W Efficiency.
    isnt tht goin over my 10,00tk budget


    and one question which store shud buy from? i hate UCC they lie to specify they i need a 7000 taka PSU for the 6770 i want i dont ill go back there ever again

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    I know those guys do, There are specific stores in IDB and Multiplan Center(If you're thinking where that is, go to Elephant Road and see ECS Computer City signboard).

    ECS GTX 550 Ti is 10K can be found in a store called Superior Electronics, i am using and its good, if you can't afford a more expensive PSU.

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    Thanks thts a lot of help and ill be goin to elephant road today to check my components out
    one more question thought which end does the 6 pin connect to? PSU or the GPU???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Core37 View Post
    Thanks thts a lot of help and ill be goin to elephant road today to check my components out
    one more question thought which end does the 6 pin connect to? PSU or the GPU???
    6 Pin Connectors are from PSU, you could connect it to your GPU only.

    The rest of the plugs are for your motherboard, HDD, DVD-Drive and Cooling fan if you get one.

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    Is it possible to buy PSU with six pin connector at or under 3k???

    ---------- Post added at 11:13 ---------- Previous post was at 11:06 ----------

    I hav been reading alot of praise for the ECS GTX 550 Ti on the banglagamer forum. is it really tht good ?and how much Fps will Bf3 or MW3 or skyrim gain approimatly at around 1366x768 resolution with my future specs for the PC?? and finally will a Generic PSU work for the ECS GTX 550 Ti ???(i know it will be risk to use one but im really on a tight budget of exactly 47k ) i will buy a PSU later though.

    ---------- Post added at 11:17 ---------- Previous post was at 11:13 ----------

    and im gussing A generic PSU fowud for A 6670 which less risky to use right ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core37 View Post
    Is it possible to buy PSU with six pin connector at or under 3k???
    and im gussing A generic PSU fowud for A 6670 which less risky to use right ?
    Dude you need something like a Delta PSU 500W to play with the Processor as well cause it takes a lot in Full load, will cost you about 5K.If you can't afford it now suggest you wait and sum up your budget a little.

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    go for delta 550W @6k :: Binary Logic
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    @Rajmi he has budget problems.

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    OK thanks evryone i really needed the help. guess i hav no choice but to buy a good PSU :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    You mean Phenom II X4 955 BE right? Its somewhere around 10-11K

    Also get the MSI 890GXM-G65 Motherboard for another 10K

    and just buy 4GB Ram total, No need for 8GB now.

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    Are you kidding me, Litepower it sucks he could buy Tt TR2 430 for 4.5K

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    Get ECS GTX 550 Ti then, needs a good PSU with 400W Efficiency.
    Your knowledge with power supplies are not up to the mark judging from how you wrote "400W Efficiency" if litepowers are good enough to power a system with Pentium D and a 8800GT it'll be good enough to power his system as well, it's not like I suggested him to try out a 6870 with a litepower 430W. Initially I thought he was going for a corei5, but now I see he has changed his mind, if I were him I'd stick to intel, if gaming is the main purpose then AMD is a no no, if the budget's too tight, the core i3 2100 can be a pretty good choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romulus_ut3 View Post
    Your knowledge with power supplies are not up to the mark judging from how you wrote "400W Efficiency" if litepowers are good enough to power a system with Pentium D and a 8800GT it'll be good enough to power his system as well, it's not like I suggested him to try out a 6870 with a litepower 430W. Initially I thought he was going for a corei5, but now I see he has changed his mind, if I were him I'd stick to intel, if gaming is the main purpose then AMD is a no no, if the budget's too tight, the core i3 2100 can be a pretty good choice.
    The best choice infact.

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    ok ok i will buy one so will a thermaltake 500 litpower watt-4500 taka will it be enough for my system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Core37 View Post
    ok ok i will buy one so will a thermaltake 500 litpower watt-4500 taka will it be enough for my system?
    Should cost less like 4K approximately, get it from UCC if you can.

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    will it be enough? will it be sufficient ? and how abt the Tt TR2 500W how much does it cost?
    Last edited by Core37; December 15th, 2011 at 12:45.

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    And with the thermaltake 500 litpower one will i be able to overclock both my CPU and my GPU without risk of damage to both PSU and other componenst of my system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Core37 View Post
    will it be enough? will it be sufficient ? and how abt the Tt TR2 500W how much does it cost?
    TR2 500w is around 4.5k....

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