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    Recently i've upgraded my cpu but couldn't get to upgrade my psu But Im planning to buy a graphics card ( Nvdia 950) a few months later http://ucc-bd.com/msi-nvidia-geforce...53-mhz.htmlBut Im not sure if my PSU would be safe enough to run GTX 950btw my current sepcs CPU-Core I5 4460 3.2 ghzram-4 GBMother board-Gigabyte GA-B85M-HD3-A PSU-Thermaltake Litepower 450 wattsPlease help somebody Im totally confused Also one more will GTX 950 able to handle games of 2017

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmx View Post
    Recently i've upgraded my cpu but couldn't get to upgrade my psu But Im planning to buy a graphics card ( Nvdia 950) a few months later http://ucc-bd.com/msi-nvidia-geforce...53-mhz.htmlBut Im not sure if my PSU would be safe enough to run GTX 950btw my

    current sepcs
    CPU-Core I5 4460 3.2 ghz
    ram-4 GB
    Mother board-Gigabyte GA-B85M-HD3-A
    PSU-Thermaltake Litepower 450 watts

    Please help somebody Im totally confused Also one more will GTX 950 able to handle games of 2017
    I would suggest you to get this instead of the MSI one. It is slightly cheaper and slightly faster. The litepower 450W should do the job. But, you should opt to change it for a better one whenever you get the chance. And, for your last question, it depends on which resolution and graphics quality you will be choosing to play. Also, you should get atleast 8GB ram for gaming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    I would suggest you to get this instead of the MSI one. It is slightly cheaper and slightly faster. The litepower 450W should do the job. But, you should opt to change it for a better one whenever you get the chance. And, for your last question, it depends on which resolution and graphics quality you will be choosing to play. Also, you should get atleast 8GB ram for gaming.
    Thank U very much and Appreciate this .Ram is not the problem .I can upgrade it at any time

    But is zotac a good brand ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmx View Post

    But is zotac a good brand ?
    Those who ask this question, i say, "No, it's not. Go buy asus."

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Those who ask this question, i say, "No, it's not. Go buy asus."

    All right .Then MSI would be good .Asus is highly priced

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmx View Post
    All right .Then MSI would be good .Asus is highly priced
    Zotac is the same brand as Sapphire. And they also provide 2 years standard warranty + extended 3 years warranty* (so total 5 years warranty).

    Directly from the pack of Zotac SSDs...
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    *There are some online registration and rules for availing the extended 3 years, so ask about it in the shop

    Bottomline is Zotac is as good as other graphics card brands that are available in BD if not better.
    Last edited by kaziishan; February 8th, 2016 at 01:44.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Zotac is the same brand as Sapphire. And they also provide 2 years standard warranty + extended 3 years warranty* (so total 5 years warranty).

    Directly from the pack of Zotac SSDs...
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    *There are some online registration and rules for availing the extended 3 years, so ask about it in the shop

    Bottomline is Zotac is as good as other graphics card brands that are available in BD if not better.
    thank you very much

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