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    Hello guys. One of my relatives needs help buying a desktop and has asked me for suggestions. He will be buying it for his son and has a budget of 30,000 taka.

    I know it will not be possible to play games at their best with this budget, but I would really like to include a Core i3 and a GPU so the kid can at least play GTA V.

    Any suggestions? Thanks guys.

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    pentium g4560 4thread with mobo 10.5-11k
    8gb ram ~4k


    hdd 1tb 3.5k
    casing 2k

    psu ~2.5k


    monitor ~6k



    no money for gpu. SAD. u can barely even buy a dvd.


    core i3 is ~9.5k so for 34k-35k he should be able to buy core i3.

    to be fair built in can run gta 5, with very bad fps

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    Or you can buy second-hand. @VANGUARD is selling his i7 3770k + Z77 + 16gb ram for 20k. That's a damn steal even if other parts aren't included.

    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...762#post831762
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    You may need to invest in a cooler for that 3770K.

    And keep in mind, that those products do not come with any warranty whatsoever.

    Make sure your relative has a clear understanding of the point mentioned above.

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    He really needs the warranty. He can't afford to fix a single part if it stops working. I already saw Vanguard's post and if it was for me, I would get it. But it's not worth the slightest risk for this relative of mine.

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    https://ryanscomputers.com/desktop/brand-desktop/hp-280-g2-6th-gen-intel-core-i3-6100-3-7ghz-4gb-2133mhz-500gb-brand-pc.html#tab-product-view2

    I might just go for this and give him my old monitor.

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    ^that doesnt sound like a terrible setup but i think if u give him ur old monitor then u can afford a cheap gpu with ur pentium g4560

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    and g4560 is same as core i3 in games because of 4threads.

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    if u give him ur old monitor then u can buy r7 250 or gt 740. i dont know which is better probably both equal. but 250x is significantly better than 740 i suppose

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    I read some where pentiam stutter in games ,that is why its recommended gamers use atleast core i3

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    okay this is how its go .Monitor 1080p --10,000 , graphics card 1050ti 13,000. Now he can get used second generation core i3(2120), mobo & ram,casing from shakil tech with the rest 7000tk ,optional(psu Power logic magnum pro (ryan computer) 950 tk with 1 year warranty),now have to add additional 3,500 for hard disk .These are really minimum to enjoy any modern game with good setting ,good thing after a year he can buy core i5 2400 for additional 3000 tk from shakil tech

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    processor don't die ,so you can buy those second hand without need for warranty & buy a new mobo .buying new processor with a limited budget is a big waste of money .if you give your old monitor then buy the best gpu that you can afford ,My suggestion if your monitor isn't 1080p then don't give it instead go to my first choice option ,he will thank you later (shakil tech give warranty on old product ,so it won't be too much problem )

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    LOL some one ask you to buy a Gaming Computer ,You will advice them to Buy a PC with Integrated Graphics ?? Big Fail .

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    he can get second hand core i3 pc from Bikroy with 10k(with warranty )
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    If it was up to me to build this PC, I would first make sure the money is in my pocket and then I'd scour through all the sales groups on facebook looking for used Processors, RAM (preferably with lifetime warranty), GPU (at least with a year or 8 months warranty left) and a used Chassis that's in good condition at a reasonable price.

    The stuff I would buy brand new is the motherboard, the hard drive, and the power supply. Some people may not prefer to buy used GPUs as well as you never know what kind of an issue there might be under the hood. Not everyone's honest and will tell you upfront that they are letting go of a GPU because it's got issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sammi View Post
    I might just go for this and give him my old monitor.
    Pentium G4560 (7th Gen) - 4.8K
    H110 Mobo (DDR4) - 5.7K
    8GB Ram - 4K
    Toshiba 1TB HDD - 3.5K
    Casing - 1.5K
    Zotac GTX 1050 Mini - 10K
    CM Elite 350W - 2.5K
    Total = 32K

    * This 7th gen Pentium is around 5% slower than 6th gen i3 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTuPSMthgic
    * 8GB ram is must for modern games
    * Increase 2K & u get 1050
    * Update the mobo BIOS to support 7th gen cpu

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