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    I currently have Sandy Bridge Core i5-2400 (3.10 GHz). Now the problem is with the motherboard I think which causes the PC some problem. Sometimes the PC just hangs and sometimes it enters into bootloop mode and doesn't turn on at all. I am using Gigabyte B75-D3H Rev 1.1. I have checked by disconnecting my RAM, GPU, HDD; changing PSU doesn't work also. So, I think the problem is with Mobo. and decided to change the motherboard.

    Here is my dilemma, should I find a motherboard for 1155 socket or should I buy a 1150 socket motherboard? may be later I can go for Broadwell CPU as well? Is that worth it? In that case what motherboard should I use?

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    no performance difference for gaming haswell vs sandy. i dont know the price of 1155... probably 5.5-6k for ~h71 something. will be market out soon.

    whats your max budget? u need 30k or more in total for ddr4 ram and cpu mobo skylake. but u can sell current setup and get some money. no perf. difference for gaming here either

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    ps: i mean no performance difference except for very very high end cards.

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    Thanks for your answer. But I don't plan to buy the Skylake recently. It has become difficult to find 1155 Motherboards in market and it is also possible to use Haswell and Broadwell in same motherboard as both support 1150 Socket. So, what about it? 6th Generation obviously would be better, but DDR4 RAM costs more, not to mention the price of mobo and CPU itself.

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    No performance(gaming) improvement if you already own a discrete gfx card. Major improvement in built in gpu if u do not have any discrete gpu

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    Thanks to both of you. Currently I have Radeon HD 7870. So I will focus on getting a motherboard for my Sandy Bridge (Any suggestion?) and try to get my hands on better AMD R-Series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkprince0521 View Post
    Thanks for your answer. But I don't plan to buy the Skylake recently. It has become difficult to find 1155 Motherboards in market and it is also possible to use Haswell and Broadwell in same motherboard as both support 1150 Socket. So, what about it? 6th Generation obviously would be better, but DDR4 RAM costs more, not to mention the price of mobo and CPU itself.

    একটা Asus H61M নিয়ে নেন, স্যার। খুব ভাল মাদারবোর্ড।

    But, seriously, if you are not planning on buying 6th gen, then buy a H61 mobo. It will cost you 4,500/= maximum. And, it will easily support your CPU too. You've already got a nice setup, so your next upgrade should be with DDR4 ram.

    Just asking, have you tried upgrading your BIOS? I saw instability in a Intel DH61WW mobo, I upgraded the BIOS. And, now it is running core i5 3450 with 8GB 1600 RAM pretty easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkprince0521 View Post
    Thanks to both of you. Currently I have Radeon HD 7870. So I will focus on getting a motherboard for my Sandy Bridge (Any suggestion?) and try to get my hands on better AMD R-Series.
    http://dolphin.com.bd/desktop-pc/pc-...es5/asus-p8h61
    should get at 4,500/=
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    But, seriously, if you are not planning on buying 6th gen, then buy a H61 mobo. It will cost you 4,500/= maximum. And, it will easily support your CPU too. You've already got a nice setup, so your next upgrade should be with DDR4 ram.
    Yeah, I am convinced to keep the current processor. But I want to buy a B75 Mobo.

    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Just asking, have you tried upgrading your BIOS? I saw instability in a Intel DH61WW mobo, I upgraded the BIOS. And, now it is running core i5 3450 with 8GB 1600 RAM pretty easily.
    I have changed the CMOS battery recently and it's going good for now. but i am not convinced as hanging problem occurred once. haven't tried updating the Bios though. thanks for the idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkprince0521 View Post
    Yeah, I am convinced to keep the current processor. But I want to buy a B75 Mobo.

    I have changed the CMOS battery recently and it's going good for now. but i am not convinced as hanging problem occurred once. haven't tried updating the Bios though. thanks for the idea.
    Yeah go for the BIOS update, it sometimes solves a load of problems. Best of luck.

    And, your cpu is a locked one (I assume you don't OC), so, personally I would buy a H61, and saved some money for a future build or a newer GPU. Remember, the extra 3-5K you are going to spend on a B75, is not going to give you any extra significant performance.

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    Go to 6th gen directly

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Go to 6th gen directly
    Yeah. I have got the impression from all the replies. I am not planning recently, but can you please tell what is the current price for 6th Generation i5, a decent mobo and DDR4 RAM?

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    I would say get a Asrock B75Pro-3 M, might cost around 5.8k. Core i5 2400 is still a capable CPU, even compare it with 4th gen, 2nd gen is still a very capable one and if just swapping the board can breath new life in a system it's actually good.
    http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/B75%20Pro3-M/

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    I would say get a Asrock B75Pro-3 M, might cost around 5.8k. Core i5 2400 is still a capable CPU, even compare it with 4th gen, 2nd gen is still a very capable one and if just swapping the board can breath new life in a system it's actually good.
    http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/B75%20Pro3-M/
    I dont think any 3rd gen motherboard is available in the country. But thakteo pare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    H61 mobo.

    not in BD. 75 or nothing

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    to op: i5 6th gen gonna cost ~15k cpu mobo 150 ~7.5k and ram... 8gb probably 6k

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    I dont think any 3rd gen motherboard is available in the country. But thakteo pare.
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