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    Guyz Suggest me a GPU around 10-11K..gonna buy it on the starting of next month, this is going to be a kinda transition period GPU as i have plans for complete system upgrade in next year(inshAllah) So i want this GPU to get me through this time with better performance than my Old faithful 4670 consider the following fact while suggesting,

    • Budget around 11k
    • i would love less power consumption and less heat emission
    • my current PSU is Thermaltake 500 Watt Lite Power Model No- LP-500NL1NH bought from beil.mantis vai (actually bought for my cousin, but later kept it for myself)
    • my display is Philips LED 18.5'' (max @1366x768)
    • Which manufacturer/model/version should i choose and why?
    • From which shop to buy?
    • Warranty


    give me your suggestions and Thanx in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by SadIkMahdI View Post
    Guyz Suggest me a GPU around 10-11K..gonna buy it on the starting of next month, this is going to be a kinda transition period GPU as i have plans for complete system upgrade in next year(inshAllah) So i want this GPU to get me through this time with better performance than my Old faithful 4670 consider the following fact while suggesting,

    • Budget around 11k
    • i would love less power consumption and less heat emission
    • my current PSU is Thermaltake 500 Watt Lite Power Model No- LP-500NL1NH bought from beil.mantis vai (actually bought for my cousin, but later kept it for myself)
    • my display is Philips LED 18.5'' (max @1366x768)
    • Which manufacturer/model/version should i choose and why?
    • From which shop to buy?
    • Warranty


    give me your suggestions and Thanx in advance
    ati radeon 7770-http://www.ucc-bd.com/sapphire-hd777...i-dp-full.html

    sapphire is a good manufacturer

    buy it from ucc(maybe),binary logic etc

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    Radeon 7750 HD is the best option at 11k, if you can add couple more k's then get a radeon 7770HD as its noticably faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xK0ZAKx View Post
    Radeon 7750 HD is the best option at 11k, if you can add couple more k's then get a radeon 7770HD as its noticably faster.
    cheven cheven phive ziro

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    Radeon 7750 HD consumes 50W only.
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    @SadIkMahdI bro, take GIgabyte and you'll get warranty ...............as long as you love me.

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    Sapphire's the best vendor of radeons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    cheven cheven phive ziro
    mane ki!?

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    Sapphire's the best vendor of radeons
    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    @SadIkMahdI bro, take GIgabyte and you'll get warranty ...............as long as you love me.
    7770? newegg a user review dekhte silam 7770 er Sapphire er tar review Gigabyte er cheye slightly better...though Gigabyte er proti amar ekta soft corner ase..Gigabyte components have never failed me..though MSI er ekta dekhlam simply awesome...sad aita BD market a nai

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    Sapphire's the best vendor of radeons
    nu nu. nu nu in bangladesh. istay aowae phrom EU CHICHI!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SadIkMahdI View Post
    mane ki!?

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    7770? newegg a user review dekhte silam 7770 er Sapphire er tar review Gigabyte er cheye slightly better...though Gigabyte er proti amar ekta soft corner ase..Gigabyte components have never failed me..though MSI er ekta dekhlam simply awesome...sad aita BD market a nai
    same here bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post

    same here bro!
    hmm but Gigabyte er review asholei besh kharap, aijonnoi kinda doubtfull ami aibar, Still aro khoj niye dekhi

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    btw chk this

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...E14-125-415-TS

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    Quote Originally Posted by SadIkMahdI View Post
    hmm but Gigabyte er review asholei besh kharap, aijonnoi kinda doubtfull ami aibar, Still aro khoj niye dekhi

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    Kintu bhai ami nije hate sapphire 5770 card er green fungus porishkar korsi. How can i suggest you that im afraid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Kintu bhai ami nije hate sapphire 5770 card er green fungus porishkar korsi. How can i suggest you that im afraid
    :O Fungus porlo kamne!? emni pore chilo kothao? naki running GPU te Fungus porse!!?? :O

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    @SadIkMahdI try to buy the Sapphire 7770 OC edition. Joss jinish. 1150 mhz core clock Memory clock 5Ghz. i m sure this edition will compete 560 non ti.

    i m planning to buy this card if i can't add more money to get High end card + high end card requires a costly psu. Thats why its my alternative.

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    @Vanguard pcie 2.0 te kono problem korbe eta? I heard it will decrease fps on pcie 2.0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SadIkMahdI View Post
    :O Fungus porlo kamne!? emni pore chilo kothao? naki running GPU te Fungus porse!!?? :O
    yes, running gpu tei fungus porsilo

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrishat View Post
    @SadIkMahdI try to buy the Sapphire 7770 OC edition. Joss jinish. 1150 mhz core clock Memory clock 5Ghz. i m sure this edition will compete 560 non ti.

    i m planning to buy this card if i can't add more money to get High end card + high end card requires a costly psu. Thats why its my alternative.

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    @Vanguard pcie 2.0 te kono problem korbe eta? I heard it will decrease fps on pcie 2.0.
    you will not see single fps difference in PCI 1.0 x16 vs PCIE 3.0 x16 Unless you use GTX590 SLI or 7990 CF

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    @Vanguard can u plz explain about this performance difference vs 6850 where 7770 non oc has lesser Bandwidth/texel rate/pixels than 6850. how it is getting almost same fps or more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrishat View Post
    @SadIkMahdI try to buy the Sapphire 7770 OC edition. Joss jinish. 1150 mhz core clock Memory clock 5Ghz. i m sure this edition will compete 560 non ti.
    hmm etar price mone hoy 14.5k, while normal 7770 13.5 around...is it worth 1k more?

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    Go for either AMD HD 7750 or AMD HD 7770

    7750 : around 800-850MHz core clock,512 stream processors, around 4500-4800MHz memory clock
    7770 : around 1000-1150MHz core clock, 640 stream processors, around 5000-5200MHz memory clock

    sapphire HD 7770 GHz Edition OC is a better choice here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SadIkMahdI View Post
    hmm etar price mone hoy 14.5k, while normal 7770 13.5 around...is it worth 1k more?
    Yes, it is. The oc one will perform better than the normal 7770.
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    Currently Using Sapphire 7750 .. Absolutely fine so far... For a 19 inch monitor this card works perfectly.. For 11k its definitely the best deal.. Try startech in 9th floor of multiplan..may get it in a lesser price

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    Quote Originally Posted by SadIkMahdI View Post
    hmm etar price mone hoy 14.5k, while normal 7770 13.5 around...is it worth 1k more?

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    :O Voyongkor!
    If you go to Softech Computer (the shop just opposite of Businesslink Ltd. 2nd level, IDB) and ask about the Aasif's card, they will still remember me as had to hold the shirt collar of one of them when they said, "Card ta shokal belar rod e rekhe dilei fungus more jabe, warranty te deya lagbe na" (!!!!!!!!) Motherfo thought it is an Amer Achar!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrishat View Post
    @Vanguard can u plz explain about this performance difference vs 6850 where 7770 non oc has lesser Bandwidth/texel rate/pixels than 6850. how it is getting almost same fps or more?

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    Basically 5850>6850 (as reference, but remember that the OC capability of 6850 is much higher then a 5850, so when the third party manufacturer optimize 6850 via OC, they can squeeze more performance than any overclocked 5850, and that is when the equation turns 6850>5850) And obviously the 6xxx has better tesselation (dx11) support than 5xxx series (7xxx is even better).

    And first of all, the website you mentioned there is basically a crap. Here, you will get a better real view

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/539?vs=536 Enjoy!

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    @hrishat and for the PCIE version question read this http://www.anandtech.com/show/5458/the-radeon-hd-7970-reprise-pcie-bandwidth-overclocking-and-msaa

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    PCIE 3.0 x8= PCIE 2.0 x16
    PCIE 3.0 x4= PCIE 2.0 x8= PCIE 1.0 x16
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