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    Default Best MID-Range RIG Combination.............!!!

    ~Best MID-Range RIG Combination~


    All the four combos mentioned below can be built with 70K budget..............!!! I've checked the prices of all these parts and calculated the total price..................!!!



    Combo 1: i5 2500K + AsRock Z77 Pro3 + 8GB 1600MHz RAM + Sapphire HD7850 + Gigabyte Superb 720W

    Combo 2: i5 3450 + Gb/Asus B75 + 8GB 1600MHz RAM + Sapphire HD 7870 + Gigabyte Superb 720W

    Combo 3: i5 3450 + Gb/Asus B75 + 8GB 1600MHz RAM + MSI GTX570ti Twin Forzr + Gigabyte Superb 720W

    Combo 4: Combo 3: i5 3450 + Gb/Asus B75 + 8GB 1600MHz RAM + Sapphire HD7850 + Gigabyte Superb 720W



    Vote for the one you like most or you would choose for yourself. Mention the reasons for choosing that combo with real facts and proofs............!!!


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    This thread is a summarized thread of different threads that i've came across past couple of weeks..................!!!

    It can provide ideas, like: what type of RIG they should consider while building a MID-Range RIG for 70-80K including extra customizable features.

    So, if you think this thread is helpful or informative, give it a desired rating.................!!!
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    what about i5 3rd gen k series?

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    everything is good except superb psus. I would go 4 combo 2 with i5 3550, its just 2k more

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    BD er onek system builder ra ei 70k te monitor,case,keyboard,mouse,headphone/sound box and ups kenar chesta kore.so ur suggestions r not practical for a new system builders.but as an upgrade all ur rigs r worthwhile xcept the superb power supply units.

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    Combo 1 is best if you OC the processor and change the PSU. Otherwise, Combo 3 will make the best use of your budget. But you really should get a UPS as well.

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    Just those components in 70-80,000 !!! And u r calling it mid range !!! Just how rich r u people !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nirzhar View Post
    Just those components in 70-80,000 !!! And u r calling it mid range !!! Just how rich r u people !!!
    It is technically mid-range bro. There are way more higher end systems.

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    Where did you get gtx 570 "ti" version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eXcavator View Post
    It is technically mid-range bro. There are way more higher end systems.
    then technically gtx680 lowrange becoz there are users/mads using 2xgtx690.
    No way 70k for just motherboard,cpu,gpu,psu is mid range. And especiallly here in BD.

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    Don't judge classes based on the price only. You guys already know how overpriced stuff is in BD, so just charging high end prices for mid-range stuff does not make the components high end. That system for all instance and purposes is mid-range.

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    if these r mid ranged..after adding the casing,hdd nd optical drive...its sure gonna b exceeding 80k mark...nd 70k for only mobo,ram,cpu,gpu nd psu...is just not right man...:/


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    70k for cpu,mobo,gpu,ram,psu is certainly high end stuff in bd without any doubt,add a good monitor,casing,hdd,ups,dvd rom and this pc goes past 110k!!ofcourse there are stronger pcs,bg tei er che onek powerful pc ase,but that doesnt make this combination a mid range one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Don't judge classes based on the price only. You guys already know how overpriced stuff is in BD, so just charging high end prices for mid-range stuff does not make the components high end. That system for all instance and purposes is mid-range.
    you are right as well.ok it is mid range
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    then technically gtx680 lowrange becoz there are users/mads using 2xgtx690.
    No way 70k for just motherboard,cpu,gpu,psu is mid range. And especiallly here in BD.
    its the highest-end single GPU card.

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    Eita mid range hoile 20k pc re ki bola jay.. And he is suggesting this for bangladeshi people.. U cant tell this is midrange because its midrange to american people...how many people here buys pc with 1lakh?

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    This is mid-range whether you like it or not, and alot of people own Setups worth 2 lakhs. A 20k PC would be called Low-end actually.

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    The above config- I wouldn't really call it mid end to be specific, more like mid high end tbh. The 1st config would be my pick, as it's pointless spending 20 grand on a locked processor and then spending an additional for a Z77. The 2500k still trumps even the high end 2011 processors if you are only looking from a gaming perspective.

    Also with the 7850 already available, the 570 is more of an obsolete choice so I'd avoid that and scrap that PSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asif Rahman View Post
    ~Best MID-Range RIG Combination~


    All the four combos mentioned below can be built with 70K budget..............!!! I've checked the prices of all these parts and calculated the total price..................!!!



    Combo 1: i5 2500K + AsRock Z77 Pro3 + 8GB 1600MHz RAM + Sapphire HD7850 + Gigabyte Superb 720W

    Combo 2: i5 3450 + Gb/Asus B75 + 8GB 1600MHz RAM + Sapphire HD 7870 + Gigabyte Superb 720W

    Combo 3: i5 3450 + Gb/Asus B75 + 8GB 1600MHz RAM + MSI GTX570ti Twin Forzr + Gigabyte Superb 720W

    Combo 4: Combo 3: i5 3450 + Gb/Asus B75 + 8GB 1600MHz RAM + Sapphire HD7850 + Gigabyte Superb 720W



    Vote for the one you like most or you would choose for yourself. Mention the reasons for choosing that combo with real facts and proofs............!!!


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    This thread is a summarized thread of different threads that i've came across past couple of weeks..................!!!

    It can provide ideas, like: what type of RIG they should consider while building a MID-Range RIG for 70-80K including extra customizable features.

    So, if you think this thread is helpful or informative, give it a desired rating.................!!!
    PSU, change the PSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nirzhar View Post
    Eita mid range hoile 20k pc re ki bola jay.. And he is suggesting this for bangladeshi people.. U cant tell this is midrange because its midrange to american people...how many people here buys pc with 1lakh?
    Low end: 20-30K
    Med range: 50-60K
    High end: 65K-Infinity

    Its nothing to do with rich and poor. Its all about performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nirzhar View Post
    Just those components in 70-80,000 !!! And u r calling it mid range !!! Just how rich r u people !!!
    Bro this is just a title that is considered through out the world...............!!!

    Of course these are not MID-RANGE RIGs in our country and it's not necessary to call them MID-Range, You can call them High-End if you want..............!!!

    I considered it because i have seen people to build PCs' worth 1,20,000 - 2,00,000 tk...............!!!

    So call them High End if you want...............!!!

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    I see everyone commenting against that PSU............!!!

    Name a PSU powerful enough to power a 2500K + 7850 OCing within 7500 tk...................???

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    Brothers stop arguing about Mid/High range and Choose Your Combo...........Tag it as you want, its your perspective..............!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Asif Rahman View Post
    I see everyone commenting against that PSU............!!!

    Name a PSU powerful enough to power a 2500K + 7850 OCing within 7500 tk...................???
    A quality 550-650W PSU; not the Cooler Master ones, and I can't vouch for the Tt Smart series either. But both should be better than the one you mentioned.

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      • Sapphire HD 7850 OC 2GB GDDR5
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      • Samsung SyncMaster 2043NWX - 20 inch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    A quality 550-650W PSU; not the Cooler Master ones, and I can't vouch for the Tt Smart series either. But both should be better than the one you mentioned.
    I understand but thats not what i wanted..............I wanted you to do a little googling to came up with a Specific PSU that i can find in our markets in BD...............!!!



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