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    Talking R7 360 vs 750ti

    Ok here is the thing, currently i am running sephire r7 250 1gb ddr5 with boost gpu. My pc is old gen. Zotac g41 mobo with pcie 1.0 , intel quad core q9550(12mb cache) and 4gb*2 dual channel ddr3 ram. Psu is thermaltake 500 watt. The card is good but only 1gb. Now i wanna buy either r7 360 or gtx 750ti. Which one is better for me?

    If r7, wanna go for asus r7 360 oc 2gb gddr5 with dual fan
    If 750, wanna go for zotac gtx 750 ti with 2gb gddr5

    Pleaae suggest. Thanks.

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    Whats your budget?

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    rx460 bd te nai?

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    Online e to dekhlam nai. Ryans, computer source, ucc karo kachei nai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    rx460 bd te nai?
    ase but 14k something and almost same as gtx 950

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    you have pretty strong psu why dont you just buy 2nd hand gtx 960 or r9 280x ? people are selling this gpus with over 1 year warranty in everywhere

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    rx 460 available in ucc

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    Accha budget ektu barai. Ami ki 950 nibo naki 460?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahad2mail View Post
    Accha budget ektu barai. Ami ki 950 nibo naki 460?
    RX 460, thats it

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    Net e dekhlam pci*8 bandwidth e chole i mean *16 er shob pin bai but thats for 3.0. amar eta 1.0 support korbe kina. Ei jonne 950 ta nite chacchilam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahad2mail View Post
    Net e dekhlam pci*8 bandwidth e chole i mean *16 er shob pin bai but thats for 3.0. amar eta 1.0 support korbe kina. Ei jonne 950 ta nite chacchilam.
    Well,I have got a similar question also.Since a few rx 460's are pcie x8 3.0(gigabyte and sapphire specifically)but my msi 990fxa-gd65 comes with a pcie 2.0 lane.Will my mobo be able to fully utilize it,as it was meant for pcie x8 3.0 which can provide bandwidth more or less like a pcie x16 2.0 .But the question is will there be any performance drops?Should i go with rx 460 of other vendors?

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    this is a tricky question but solution is simple that rx460 will work on your old motherboards , it might not give you its highest performance but the performance gap would be slightly negotiable and it is also wise decision to choose the latest gen as amd will give better driver supports and stuffs for upcoming gaming titles in future unlike nvidia who already declared 900 series as legacy product and might not support the old gen gpus anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juboraz View Post
    Well,I have got a similar question also.Since a few rx 460's are pcie x8 3.0(gigabyte and sapphire specifically)but my msi 990fxa-gd65 comes with a pcie 2.0 lane.Will my mobo be able to fully utilize it,as it was meant for pcie x8 3.0 which can provide bandwidth more or less like a pcie x16 2.0 .But the question is will there be any performance drops?Should i go with rx 460 of other vendors?
    Theoretically PCI Express Max Bandwidth:
    PCI-e 3.0 x8 : 7880MB/s
    PCI-e 2.0 x16: 8000MB/s


    So, you can ignore the "performance drop situation" [Source:Gamers Nexus]

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    rx 460 available in ucc
    Bro,price.? Failed to find any pricing infos. TY

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    Quote Originally Posted by rOY_0 View Post
    Bro,price.? Failed to find any pricing infos. TY
    14,300/=

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    14,300! lucky to have one RX 460 (4GB) from ryans at 13,800/- before this Eid..
    JACK OF ALL TRADES MASTER OF NONE

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    Quote Originally Posted by buno047 View Post
    14,300! lucky to have one RX 460 (4GB) from ryans at 13,800/- before this Eid..
    Ryans have shitty warranty service ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chanchalcxi View Post
    Ryans have shitty warranty service ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    হোয়াই?
    Their customer care is equal to Tigerdirect of America , claiming warranty is a nightmare,

    u have to follow certain rules, collect token, have to get defect certification from their mediocre staff (if u face BSOD with ur new pc they will tell it's a windows problem and not hardware issue) and then hv to wait for a month or 2 to get the product back from rma, problem is they are not the importer but buy from a importer like UCC and sell it at a lower profit margin than the importer like UCC, so they can sell it at a cheap price but for a reduction of 500tk u are getting a nightmare service depending on what product u have bought from them ...

    in my case I hv bought more than 1.5 lakh worth of stuff from them even then I have to face their horrible rma service when I had to rma a ram kit, even after that I bought stuff from them ...

    in the end of our healthy relationship I bought a Genius m912 graphics tablet from them which was defective, I claimed warranty after just 10 days so they sent it to excelbd (they are the real importer of the product), they couldn't repair it and sent it back to ryans, ryans's good employee now claimed that the specific part which was defective didn't have warranty and I hv to buy that specific part which isn't available anywhere in the world.. lol

    I hv bought tons of stuff from UCC, I m extremely pleased with their service and definitely gonna buy from them again and again (next year gonna buy an entire new pc with 2 high end volta gpus just to say thanks )
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    Quote Originally Posted by chanchalcxi View Post

    I bought a Genius m912 graphics tablet from them which was defective, I claimed warranty after just 10 days so they sent it to excelbd (they are the real importer of the product), they couldn't repair it and sent it back to ryans, ryans's good employee now claimed that the specific part which was defective didn't have warranty and I hv to buy that specific part which isn't available anywhere in the world.. lol
    You have so much cash to flaunt around buying the best hardware etc but I have a question as an artist. Why did you buy the one of the worst and cheapest graphics tablet ?

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