Help buying PC within 65k
im a new member on this forum and i basically need help buying a new PC. I have got a old and crappy one lying at home but i dont really use it cos its like ancient so i have to use my mac all the time. I want my pc to be future proof so that every latest game that comes out, works on my PC. I'm not very good at these things, so help me buy a PC within 65 thousand taka. Suggest me the best hardware.
7. Gaming mouse
10. Sound System
Thanks for taking the time to help me out on this
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BUMP! Someone help! please?
1. Processor >>>>>>>>>> core i5 2300/2310 --- 15.5K
2. Motherboard >>>>>>> gigabyte h61m-s2p-b3 rev 1.1 ----- 5.2K
3. Ram >>>>>>>>>>>> Transcend/twinmos 4GB DDR3 1333MHz ----- 1.6K
4. HDD >>>>>>>>>>>>> 500GB -----~6K
5. GPU >>>>>>>>>>>>> HD6790/6850 ----12.5-15.5K
6. Monitor >>>>>>>>>>>any 21.5" LED ur choice ---12.5-13K
7. Gaming mouse >>>>> A4 Tech x7 ----1.4K
8. Casing >>>>any casing without psu your choice--- 2-2.5K
9. PSU >>>>>>>>>>>>> Delta 550watt 6K
10. Sound System >>> any 2:1 ur choice ~2.5K
Last edited by @bhi; January 2nd, 2012 at 15:37.
@Sadman_96 introduce yourself to this thread please and welcome to BG forum
Also heres my spec
CPU-Core i5 2400=17K
HDD-Buy one second handed, price of HDD are really beefy these days.
GPU-ECS GTX 560=15.5K
Monitor-LG W2243T 21.5 Inch=11K
Gaming mouse-Don't know but buy a smaller mouse if you're hands are well not upto the size.
Casing-Gigabyte for 1.9K/Thermaltake Dokker 4K
PSU-Fortrex 600W=4.5K or Delta 550W=5.5K
Well its a bit exceeded but then again this works.
Last edited by Trave160; January 2nd, 2012 at 16:17.
gpu: gigabyte hd 6850 1gb GDDR5...
Don't take nething less than this if u want to play in high settings
Last edited by Sadman_96; January 2nd, 2012 at 20:55.
Great thanks, nice to be of help
PS: you can buy the GPU from Superior Electronics and the Delta PSU from Binary Logic.Also the thermaltake casing from UCC.
Last edited by Sadman_96; January 3rd, 2012 at 14:29.
The only reason BG members recommend the 500 series is because these are the only models available right now. The 400 series is more or less extinct here in BD. LMAO about the Shader model/OpenGL, GTX460 vs GTX560 is nearly 99% identical, even the CUDA processors/Raster units/bus width, everything is same. The Core is different for the 560, more headroom allows it to clock further than a GTX460. Power consumptions (TDP) is rated at 160W vs the 150W for the GTX460 vs GTX560.
Originally Posted by Trave160
Hhmm yet again you're right, but point being 500 Series is still better than 400 series.
Originally Posted by dipanzan
Guys i got my PC!! Here are the specs:
CPU- Core i3 2100 3.10 ghz
Motherboard - Gigabyte H67MA-D2H-B3
HDD - 1.5 TB Hitachi
Ram - Transcend 2x2 GB
GPU - AMD Radeon HD 6870
Mouse - Razer Imperator
Monitor- HP S2031 20" widescreen
Casing - Basic Thermaltake Dokker
I need help with the PSU.
Psu: Delta 550w from Binary Logic @6k..
Btw motherboard koto porsay?
Congrats !!!!! u could have got a h61 with that i3 but nvm
Originally Posted by Sadman_96
PSu delta 550watt ~6K from Binery logic , for gods sake dont take thermaltake litepower..
Last edited by @bhi; January 4th, 2012 at 17:45.
Congrats for ur new pc bro & also Wc to our Dokker club.Plz post ur pictures of cable management in this following thread-
About PSU no doubt go for Delta 550W for 6k~6.5k.Thats the best option available in lowest price for ur 6870.
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