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    going to buy a gpu this friday.budget 25k(fixed).please suggest me the best possible gpu within my range.my personal choice is 7850.oh,one thing.currently um using thermaltake 430 light power psu.is this psu well enough for the 7850 as i heard power consumption of 7850 is very low?
    thanks in advance

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    YEa 7850 it is..
    430 light power e cholleo, change it.
    Koek takar jonno risk e thaka bokami.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the da extractor View Post
    going to buy a gpu this friday.budget 25k(fixed).please suggest me the best possible gpu within my range.my personal choice is 7850.oh,one thing.currently um using thermaltake 430 light power psu.is this psu well enough for the 7850 as i heard power consumption of 7850 is very low?
    thanks in advance
    ASAP Change it... Dont be so 'KIPTA' When U r using 7850 ..... if u cant buy a good psu Right now... wait for the money.....
    Last edited by king_showrav416; July 22nd, 2012 at 21:43.

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    7850 eyes closed. ANd Tt 430w litepower will do fine UNLESS you use a 95/125w cpu.

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    In other words, quad-core processor use korle change the psu bro.

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    HD7850 should be perfect..............430 dea cholbe


    Guess what??? scan it??:

    Good enough GAMING RIG

    HApPy GAMing

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    HD 7850 it is, preferably Sapphire's OC edition if available, be sure to change the PSU though, but what surprises me these days is the fact, back in those days when 8800GT had just arrived in the market, ppl paired them with power hungry Pentium D processors on these litepower power supplies and managed to run their PCs fine for a year or two without knowing that they're pushing the PSUs to the limit, but now that we know what the truth is, if we try taking the same risk we end up screwing something -_-

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    Msi 560 TI (24k @UCC) or Sapphire HD7850 (25k @UCC). Nvidia or amd whichever u prefer.

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    ase Quote or PM me if you want a response.

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    according to the psu 7850 would be nice.gtx 560 ti is more power hungry than the 7850.if you change the psu than i think grab the gtx 560ti hawk(26k) if Computer source has any.or 560 ti 2gb if u r ok with UCC

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    Quote Originally Posted by engapu View Post
    according to the psu 7850 would be nice.gtx 560 ti is more power hungry than the 7850.if you change the psu than i think grab the gtx 560ti hawk(26k) if Computer source has any.or 560 ti 2gb if u r ok with UCC
    Can you please explain why would anyone want to grab the GTX 560ti instead of HD7850 anyway? when HD7850 is almost 15-20% faster then 560ti! & its a OC beast just like 7970/7950! & it consume almost 50w less then 560ti's! another point! 7850 is a current gen GPU, when 560ti is not! SO, do the math!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Devil View Post
    Can you please explain why would anyone want to grab the GTX 560ti instead of HD7850 anyway? when HD7850 is almost 15-20% faster then 560ti! & its a OC beast just like 7970/7950! & it consume almost 50w less then 560ti's! another point! 7850 is a current gen GPU, when 560ti is not! SO, do the math!
    i am not comparing the cards.within his price range i am just suggesting according to nvidia and radeon.otherwise 7850 is obviously the best card between the two's.sorry not for giving clear concept

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    whats ur total budget?
    if 25k 560nonti+500psu
    if 30k 7850+psu

    coz lp430 320-350w dey actually... quite risky with c2q/i5+7850

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    Gigabyte 7850 eye closed

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    thanks to all vaia's and apu's(if there's any) .i am going with the sapphire 7850.btw,one bro said about oc edition of 7850.so far i know,its not available in ucc.so um a bit confused.just make me sure that are you talking about this
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    Quote Originally Posted by the da extractor View Post
    thanks to all vaia's and apu's(if there's any) .i am going with the sapphire 7850.
    7850 ~120w khay! apnar processor ki????

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    i5 2310

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    Changing that psu is must then . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by the da extractor View Post
    i5 2310
    lp430 i5 2nd gen 7850
    psu cholbe but change as soon as possible for you

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    LP 430 Provides 350W constant power & 430W peak Power.
    i5 2310 consumes 95W(When its usage + its HD graphics usage is 100% which is almost impossible)
    7850 consumes 106W(when fully loaded)

    your system will consume around 270W(assuming that u v 1 HDD & 1 ODD). LP430 will be more then enough!

    but if u want to overclock u better think about the PSU again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    LP 430 Provides 350W constant power & 430W peak Power.
    i5 2310 consumes 95W(When its usage + its HD graphics usage is 100% which is almost impossible)
    7850 consumes 106W(when fully loaded)

    your system will consume around 270W(assuming that u v 1 HDD & 1 ODD). LP430 will be more then enough!

    but if u want to overclock u better think about the PSU again!
    along with mobo hdd dvdrom other components +gpu
    system will need 350-370w.

    continuing using lightpower(which is very disgusting) for this system will be risky

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