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    Default buying CPU within next 2 weeks...please help

    here's my plan..

    casing>>inwin dragon rider @11k/tt element v @12k
    PSU>inwin commander 750W @11k/tt smart 650w @10k
    main board>asrock z68 extreme3/gigabyte z68 b3 @11k
    processor>intel core i7 2600k @30k
    GPU>sapphire HD7850 @25k
    RAM>8GB idk @idk
    no hard disk...going to buy an external 3TB hard drive later when i get sufficient money...
    thats about it... its going to be for gaming and i'll pay 90k (no more than that) and want this thing to be good for next 4-5 years..any suggestions regarding this setup..if anything needs to be changed or if there's a good alternative to the parts i've mentioned please let me know..and help me out with casing and PSU..which one should i buy and is there anything as good as them in that price range..

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    ivy bridge is out! akhon SB kinar cheye ektu wait kore Ivy te move korai better option IMO!
    when god created me, he was just showing off..!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajmi View Post
    ivy bridge is out! akhon SB kinar cheye ektu wait kore Ivy te move korai better option IMO!
    IVB has very little difference to Sandy except the iGPU. So 2600k isn't still a bad buy. I hope they solder the IHS into the processor instead of using TIM in the retail version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    IVB has very little difference to Sandy except the iGPU. So 2600k isn't still a bad buy. I hope they solder the IHS into the processor instead of using TIM in the retail version.
    BUT ivy chara to pcie 3.0 use korte parbe na...
    when god created me, he was just showing off..!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajmi View Post
    BUT ivy chara to pcie 3.0 use korte parbe na...
    thats not a huge fact unless you do tri/quad sli/crossfire.

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    ivy bridge performance is only 5-10% better than sandy bridge.and overclocking is not good than SB in reviews and has temperature problem.2600k is more than enough for any game or multitasking now a days.and hd 4000 wont give u any advantage over 3000 as u will use a discrete GPU.
    i think it can be this way
    casing>>tt armor - 6500 tk(for ur config i think its enough)
    PSU>tt smart 550w- 7200 tk ( if u r not planning to crossfire later)
    main board>asrock z68 extreme3 gen 3-13000 tk(as i bought it at this price few days ago.dont know of any price reduction)
    processor>intel core i7 2600k @30k
    GPU>sapphire HD7870 @35k(if u are planning for 4-5 years i think u should buy as good as u can)
    RAM>8GB corsair or ripjaws- 4800-5000 tk
    Last edited by Md. Asif; April 29th, 2012 at 01:34.

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    @terrygr8_007 I think you should wait on your GPU. If your GPU budget is limited to 25K-30K then I suggest you should wait for HD 7950's price to come down to 30K and it will come down in around 6-10 months for sure. You can go gaming 4-5 years with that

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    You should know buying an i7 doesn't give much benefit to gaming. Its 10-15% increase in performance compared to the i5 2500K unless you have other uses for this, don't buy the i7

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    i'm a little confused about the chassis....what should i buy?? Thermaltake Spedo Advance Package /Thermaltake Element V Black Edition/Thermaltake Overseer RX-I /Thermaltake Armor A60/Thermaltake Commander MS-I...

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    will any of these will help to keep the temps down to acceptable range?

    ---------- Post added at 19:48 ---------- Previous post was at 19:48 ----------

    and which shop should i buy from?

    ---------- Post added at 19:58 ---------- Previous post was at 19:48 ----------

    is Inwin dragon rider good??

    ---------- Post added at 20:05 ---------- Previous post was at 19:58 ----------

    i'll go to IDB tomorrow..and then tell u about my realistic options...

    ---------- Post added at 20:16 ---------- Previous post was at 20:05 ----------

    http://www.ucc-bd.com/thermaltake-spedo-advance-package-black-win-secc.html
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    ccording to this source spedo has a 550W PSU...is it true?

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    inwin dragon rider is not a bad choice. But first tell something more about your configuaration. Then we can suggest about casing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    You should know buying an i7 doesn't give much benefit to gaming. Its 10-15% increase in performance compared to the i5 2500K unless you have other uses for this, don't buy the i7
    if he goes for 5 years with this spec i think 2600k will not be wasted later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raziel View Post
    inwin dragon rider is not a bad choice. But first tell something more about your configuaration. Then we can suggest about casing.
    casing>>inwin dragon rider @11k/tt element v @12k
    PSU>inwin commander 750W @11k/tt smart 650w @10k
    main board>asrock z68 extreme3/gigabyte z68 b3 @11k
    processor>intel core i7 2600k @30k
    GPU>sapphire HD7850 @25k
    RAM>8GB idk @idk

    i myt change the processor to i5-2500k/i7-2600...well i'm not that much into ocing things myself but factory oc is okay... if possible i'd like to change my GPU too..may be nvidia 570 would be a good choice..but the total price of the thing should not be more than 90k...im going to IDB tomorrow (if it not closed) to see things in real..i mean i've only seenthe prices and stuff on different sites..so if anyone could help please let me know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrygr8_007 View Post
    i'm a little confused about the chassis....what should i buy?? Thermaltake Spedo Advance Package /Thermaltake Element V Black Edition/Thermaltake Overseer RX-I /Thermaltake Armor A60/Thermaltake Commander MS-I...

    ---------- Post added at 19:48 ---------- Previous post was at 19:47 ----------

    will any of these will help to keep the temps down to acceptable range?

    ---------- Post added at 19:48 ---------- Previous post was at 19:48 ----------

    and which shop should i buy from?

    ---------- Post added at 19:58 ---------- Previous post was at 19:48 ----------

    is Inwin dragon rider good??

    ---------- Post added at 20:05 ---------- Previous post was at 19:58 ----------

    i'll go to IDB tomorrow..and then tell u about my realistic options...

    ---------- Post added at 20:16 ---------- Previous post was at 20:05 ----------

    http://www.ucc-bd.com/thermaltake-spedo-advance-package-black-win-secc.html
    a
    ccording to this source spedo has a 550W PSU...is it true?
    as for ur spec i think tt armor A60 will be best buy for u.obviously other pricey casing is better for better arrangement and look.but temp difference will not vary much.each casing has option of 7 or more fans.
    and about psu with spedo others can confirm who have the spedo casing(or u can call them--UCC).but i dont think so

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    anything about from where i can buy?? oh btw would i get any discount?

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrygr8_007 View Post
    anything about from where i can buy?? oh btw would i get any discount?
    Go to any small shop. If u buy 90k worth stuff, they will discount you atleast 3.5-4k at ease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raziel View Post
    Go to any small shop. If u buy 90k worth stuff, they will discount you atleast 3.5-4k at ease.
    hope ur ryt bro but what abt warranty?

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    this is another advantage of small shops. You take ur PC to them, they try to reinstall windows thats it. They don't know anything more than that. They'll send for RMA right away, UNLESS there is any visible physical damage. IDK many shops in BCS but If u go to ECS, i'll recommend Panaroma @ 7th floor OR Rahman Corporation @ 9th floor i guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raziel View Post
    this is another advantage of small shops. You take ur PC to them, they try to reinstall windows thats it. They don't know anything more than that. They'll send for RMA right away, UNLESS there is any visible physical damage. IDK many shops in BCS but If u go to ECS, i'll recommend Panaroma @ 7th floor OR Rahman Corporation @ 9th floor i guess.
    thanks bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by engapu View Post
    if he goes for 5 years with this spec i think 2600k will not be wasted later.
    True, still you can consider at least the i5 for the option i mean buying a cpu that costs 30K and has no other means for him is just irkish for me
    Just a money saving option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    True, still you can consider at least the i5 for the option i mean buying a cpu that costs 30K and has no other means for him is just irkish for me
    Just a money saving option.
    yah...i am considering i5 2500k or 2550k..heard there's only 500tk difference and 2550k is slightly better than 2500k...but everything depends on how things r in real market...as i said earlier...i've seen prices and availability in different online sites....i was going to IDB today but one of my friend told me that its not open today

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    i5-2500k+sapphire HD 7870=any bottleneck?

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