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    Default Need suggestions for gaming PC

    Hey guys!

    I want to buy a PC which will be able to run games such as Battlefield 1, Witcher 3, Far Cry/Crysis/Assassins Creed series, Watchdogs 2, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands, GTA V etc in High/Ultra settings.

    And since the highest resolution of my current monitor is 1360 x 768, I will be running the games at at 768p/720p.

    So any suggestions for the below mentioned components will be highly appreciated. And my budget is between 60k - 80K. But if necessary I will go a little higher since I probably won't be upgrading the PC for the next 4/5 years.

    1. Processor:
    2. CPU Cooler: Since I won't be overclocking, let me know whether the stock cooler is sufficient or brand cooler is required (in this case, please suggest the brand/model).
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    4. RAM:
    5. GPU: I am thinking about Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 Xtreme Gaming 6GB GDDR5 or LEADTEK GTX 1060. And at TK. 31000, the GeForce one costs Tk. 5,000 more, so please suggest
    6. PSU: currently I have a Thermaltake Smart M650W, is it sufficient?
    7. Casing:
    8. HDD: 2 or 3 TB, please suggest a good brand
    9. UPS: please suggest a good brand/model which will provide around 20 minutes backup


    If I missed any other component, let me know.

    And please suggest a good store in Dhaka as well, since I won't be assembling the PC myself. I bought my last PC from ABC computers - IDB. If there are better stores with very good before & (especially) after-sales support, please let me know.

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by bluenight; December 24th, 2016 at 12:54.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenight View Post
    Hey guys!

    I want to buy a PC which will be able to run games such as Battlefield 1, Witcher 3, Far Cry/Crysis/Assassins Creed series, Watchdogs 2, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands, GTA V etc in High/Ultra settings.

    And since the highest resolution of my current monitor is 1360 x 768, I will be running the games at at 768p/720p.

    So any suggestions for the below mentioned components will be highly appreciated. And my budget is between 60k - 80K. But if necessary I will go a little higher since I probably won't be upgrading the PC for the next 4/5 years.

    1. Processor:
    2. CPU Cooler: Since I won't be overclocking, let me know whether the stock cooler is sufficient or brand cooler is required (in this case, please suggest the brand/model).
    3. Motherboard:
    4. RAM:
    5. GPU: I am thinking about Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 Xtreme Gaming 6GB GDDR5 or LEADTEK GTX 1060. And at TK. 31000, the GeForce one costs Tk. 5,000 more, so please suggest
    6. PSU: currently I have a Thermaltake Smart M650W, is it sufficient?
    7. Casing:
    8. HDD: 2 or 3 TB, please suggest a good brand
    9. UPS: please suggest a good brand/model which will provide around 20 minutes backup


    If I missed any other component, let me know.

    And please suggest a good store in Dhaka as well, since I won't be assembling the PC myself. I bought my last PC from ABC computers - IDB. If there are better stores with very good before & (especially) after-sales support, please let me know.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Last edited by Iskander; December 24th, 2016 at 13:22.

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    Any ups within 3-4k

    Total 80~81k

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    CPU: Intel Core i5 6500 -> 16,400/= (link)
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    Total (AMD w/o optionals) ~ 83K
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    Asus VZ229H is not a good choice. It doesn't come with HDMI cable. I have to spend another 1K for HDMI, so total 15K, whereas I can get 24inch IPS Samsung for 16K

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Asus VZ229H is not a good choice. It doesn't come with HDMI cable. I have to spend another 1K for HDMI, so total 15K, whereas I can get 24inch IPS Samsung for 16K
    [Offtopic]

    Hmm...good to know. I have tested the Asus VX229H against my ViewSonic VX2263S hands on. To be honest, apart from the look and number of i/o ports, I could not justify the 14K price-point. It "was" a good IPS monitor, but I have found the ViewSonic's display to be much better. It was crisper, motion felt much smoother, color seemed better and it is much cheaper than Asus.

    However, I feel highly uncomfortable while suggesting the ViewSonic monitor because I was even skeptical while buying it, and bought it mostly because of budget constraint and slightly out of curiosity. It has been a good buy though. Pretty happy with the monitor so far (other than the fact that it does not come with an HDMI port let alone HDMI cable ).
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    [Offtopic]

    Hmm...good to know. I have tested the Asus VX229H against my ViewSonic VX2263S hands on. To be honest, apart from the look and number of i/o ports, I could not justify the 14K price-point. It "was" a good IPS monitor, but I have found the ViewSonic's display to be much better. It was crisper, motion felt much smoother, color seemed better and it is much cheaper than Asus.

    However, I feel highly uncomfortable while suggesting the ViewSonic monitor because I was even skeptical while buying it, and bought it mostly because of budget constraint and slightly out of curiosity. It has been a good buy though. Pretty happy with the monitor so far (other than the fact that it does not come with an HDMI port let alone HDMI cable ).
    Then i will get this(Viewsonic) or HP 22es for my lil brother [Only reason Matte screen]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Then i will get this(Viewsonic) or HP 22es for my lil brother [Only reason Matte screen]
    Or Dell S2216H

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    Tread carefully if you get the Dell S2216H, if you have too much light on your room or you get a bit of sunlight for too long. You'll have a hard time playing games since the display is glossy. Other than that, awesome monitor with Integ-speakers. The Audio is a good alternative from full fledged speakers with Subwoofers, it's IPS with 6ms response time but it has a faster response time option in case you play Esports games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Tread carefully if you get the Dell S2216H, if you have too much light on your room or you get a bit of sunlight for too long. You'll have a hard time playing games since the display is glossy. Other than that, awesome monitor with Integ-speakers. The Audio is a good alternative from full fledged speakers with Subwoofers, it's IPS with 6ms response time but it has a faster response time option in case you play Esports games
    How much glossy compared to S2240L? I think this is its successor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    How much glossy compared to S2240L? I think this is its successor.
    It's glossy, wish there were some anti-glare screen protections I could find for this monitor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    It's glossy, wish there were some anti-glare screen protections I could find for this monitor
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    Easy! Just scrub the glossy glass with scotch-brite...It will look like brushed aluminum...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
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    Easy! Just scrub the glossy glass with scotch-brite...It will look like brushed aluminum...
    But tel-chorbi ki porishkar hobe?

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    excellent thread. I have the exact same budget and requirements. I would also like to add other latest fps games.

    Adding to the post of the OP, I would like to add that my pc is an Intel Core to Duo, ddr3 ram slots, 1 nvidia graphics card. Is there any possibility that I can upgrade this one? if not, which components can I take to the next pc (for examlle: dvd writer, HDD) suggestions will be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    CPU: Intel Core i5 6500 -> 16,400/= (link)
    Motherboard: MSI B150M Night Elf -> 8,300/= (link)
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    Storage: Zotac 120 GB T500 -> 4,200/= (link) + 2TB Toshiba HDD -> 5,500/= (link)
    Graphics Card: Zotac GTX 1060 Mini 6GB -> 26,000/= (link) / Sapphire RX 480 8GB -> 28,500/= (link)
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    (Optional) Keyboard+Mouse: Tt Commander Combo -> 2,500/= (link)

    Total (Nvidia w/o optionals) ~ 81K
    Total (AMD w/o optionals) ~ 83K
    bro, if I want to go easy on my budget (I may want to buy the components gradually) which of the items can I buy later? I mean I would like to start with a working pc, and would like to add the graphics card the next month or so...

    thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GenduMia View Post
    excellent thread. I have the exact same budget and requirements. I would also like to add other latest fps games.

    Adding to the post of the OP, I would like to add that my pc is an Intel Core to Duo, ddr3 ram slots, 1 nvidia graphics card. Is there any possibility that I can upgrade this one? if not, which components can I take to the next pc (for examlle: dvd writer, HDD) suggestions will be great.

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    bro, if I want to go easy on my budget (I may want to buy the components gradually) which of the items can I buy later? I mean I would like to start with a working pc, and would like to add the graphics card the next month or so...

    thanks in advance.
    Considering your Motherboard, CPU, RAM, PSU are obsolete, you should start buying those first. And, your current graphics card should support newer motherboards as PCIe technology has not had a port change since ages.

    (Considering your budget is limited)

    CPU: Intel Core i5 6500 -> 16,400/= (link)
    Motherboard: MSI B150M Pro-VD -> 6,700/= (link)
    Memory: 2x Team Elite Plus DDR4 8GB 2400 -> 6,800/= (link)
    Graphics Card: Zotac GTX 1060 Mini 6GB -> 26,000/= (link)
    PSU: Thermaltake TR2 450W 80+ Bronze -> 3,800/= (link)
    UPS: Prolink/Power Guard 1200VA -> 5,000/= (link)
    Casing: El Cheapo Delux/Wingate/Digital X etc. Case that has some good feature -> 2,000/=

    (Optional) Storage: 1TB Toshiba HDD -> 3,700/= (link)
    (Optional) Monitor: ViewSonic VX2263S -> 10,700/=
    (Optional) Keyboard+Mouse: Tt Commander Combo -> 2,500/= (link)

    Total ~ 84K
    Total (w/o optionals) ~ 67K
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Considering your Motherboard, CPU, RAM, PSU are obsolete, you should start buying those first. And, your current graphics card should support newer motherboards as PCIe technology has not had a port change since ages.

    (Considering your budget is limited)

    CPU: Intel Core i5 6500 -> 16,400/= (link)
    Motherboard: MSI B150M Pro-VD -> 6,700/= (link)
    Memory: 2x Team Elite Plus DDR4 8GB 2400 -> 6,800/= (link)
    Graphics Card: Zotac GTX 1060 Mini 6GB -> 26,000/= (link)
    PSU: Thermaltake TR2 450W 80+ Bronze -> 3,800/= (link)
    UPS: Prolink/Power Guard 1200VA -> 5,000/= (link)
    Casing: El Cheapo Delux/Wingate/Digital X etc. Case that has some good feature -> 2,000/=

    (Optional) Storage: 1TB Toshiba HDD -> 3,700/= (link)
    (Optional) Monitor: ViewSonic VX2263S -> 10,700/=
    (Optional) Keyboard+Mouse: Tt Commander Combo -> 2,500/= (link)

    Total ~ 84K
    Total (w/o optionals) ~ 67K
    Thanks a lot bro.

    how does AMD perform in comparison to Intel? since this is a gaming pc would it be a bad decision to go for an AMD processor instead of an Intel one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GenduMia View Post
    Thanks a lot bro.

    how does AMD perform in comparison to Intel? since this is a gaming pc would it be a bad decision to go for an AMD processor instead of an Intel one?
    Don't even bother about AMD currently, specially for gaming. You could wait for RyZen to come out though, if you can postpone your shopping until Q1/Q2 2017.
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    Get Kaby Lake as soon as you can

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    1060 was a great choice. which brand are you getting?

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