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    Default Suggest me Processor, motherboard, ram GPU, PSU, casing . Budget 75k(max)

    Guys i'm buying my pc after 4 years .For my pc I need pretty much everything without the HDD and DVD RW and monitor
    My requirements are:
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    I am gonna use my pc mostly for gaming.My budget is 70k-75k.
    What do you guys think ?feel free post your suggestions
    Also if u can, post the cheapest prices and the shops from where i should get them.And if i need anything for my gaming pcplease tell me

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    I5 2500k , asrock z77 pro3 combo at 31k.
    7950hd at 35k.
    CM gx550w at 6k
    ttv4 at 3.6k.
    Ram transcend 1600bus at 2.1k

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    And if u r not in oc ur cpu,
    i5 3450 , gigabyte b75 d3h combo at 25.2k
    gpu gtx670 at 40k.

    All rest same.

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    I have no plan to upgrade my pc at least for the next 4 years ......so.....if I buy I5 2500k will it be enough for my pc or should i buy I5 3550 ....because i heard that I5 3550 is better than I5 2500k and they have the same price

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    Look bro 3550 non k is slightly better over the stock 2500 but 2500k is also overclock able and then it can beat or comes head to head over 3550 non k . .my vote goes for 2500k cause its a k series and you can overclock it and this is also futureproof. But 3550 is also good to go if you dont want to overclock it

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    2500 or 2500K is a big NO. Because that is a 32nm processor and you wont be able to use 1600bus ram and PCIE 3.0 advantage with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    I5 2500k , asrock z77 pro3 combo at 31k.
    7950hd at 35k.
    CM gx550w at 6k
    ttv4 at 3.6k.
    Ram transcend 1600bus at 2.1k

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    And if u r not in oc ur cpu,
    i5 3450 , gigabyte b75 d3h combo at 25.2k
    gpu gtx670 at 40k.

    All rest same.
    The first one is a very very bad idea.

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    amar kase akta jinish obak lagtese je Bg er onekei still jane na je 1600 bus ram (by default, without any OC or XMP) and PCIE 3.0 one and only 22nm processor er shathei shudhu matro use kora jay. Even i7 2700K (3.5GHz) max supports ddr3 1333 bus by default.

    For the Link seekers: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Bridge

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    ^ taile vya jara sandy bridge er sathe 1600bus er ram use kore ora ki purata useage pay na? Btw pci express 3.0 ar 2.0 er moddhe to gaming difference e tamon akta nai

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    ei budget e 3550-b75 combo best. Karon asrock pro3 diye valo oc hobe bole mone hoy na

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    ASRock pro3 can sweep the floors with the B75 anytime! OP you must buy an IVY bridge and a GTX 670 no matter what other components you choose.
    Last edited by Fox Mulder; August 8th, 2012 at 12:50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blood stain child View Post
    ^ taile vya jara sandy bridge er sathe 1600bus er ram use kore ora ki purata useage pay na? Btw pci express 3.0 ar 2.0 er moddhe to gaming difference e tamon akta nai
    Sandy bridge er shathe 1600 bus ram socket e boshbe but kaj korbe 1333 bus mode e.

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    I've taken my decision for my pc
    I5 3550
    GTX 670
    Thermaltake V4 case
    RAM 4 GB 1600 BUS
    but i haven't decided about my mobo..asrock z77 pro3 or B75 what should i buy
    and PSU themaltake or deta 550W
    help me decide

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    PSU TT Smart 550W of course, processor overclockable na so B75/Z77 jeta e nen matter korbena, tobe future er kotha chinta korle ASRock better, kintu warranty service er dik theke Gigabyte better, choice is yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maestro Assasin View Post
    I've taken my decision for my pc
    I5 3550
    GTX 670
    Thermaltake V4 case
    RAM 4 GB 1600 BUS
    but i haven't decided about my mobo..asrock z77 pro3 or B75 what should i buy
    and PSU themaltake or deta 550W
    help me decide
    Ram must be TwinMOS Twister 2x2 GB. Because it is the lowest latency 1600 bus ram (CL9), and 1600 bus is by default. It doesnt use XMP like Adata XPG to reach 1600 (which is basically a 1333 bus ram).

    I would suggest Gigabyte B75 because Haswell ashte ar 6 month o baki nai, so z77 e kinen or B75 or even x79 jetai kinen, Haswell ashle platform change kortei hobe, so akhon komdami jinish kenai wise. And always remember, you cant sell a 15k motherboard at more than 8-9k as secondhand but you still sell a 5k motherboard at 3k as secondhand. So, calculate .........

    And PSU should be as @BFG9000 mentioned, yes, Tt Smart 550w. Just perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    2500 or 2500K is a big NO. Because that is a 32nm processor and you wont be able to use 1600bus ram and PCIE 3.0 advantage with it.

    amar kase akta jinish obak lagtese je Bg er onekei still jane na je 1600 bus ram (by default, without any OC or XMP) and PCIE 3.0 one and only 22nm processor er shathei shudhu matro use kora jay. Even i7 2700K (3.5GHz) max supports ddr3 1333 bus by default.

    For the Link seekers: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Bridge
    For that kind of budget buying a locked 3550 for 20k is an utter waste. Besides the only thing extra what Ivy provides is the PCIe 3.0(which is mostly) nominal for single GPU setups. He'd be more future proof with the 2500k(value wise). It can be overclocked, and at 4.5GHz it'll happily pull anything that's out there.

    About the 1600 ram, SB IMC is well rated for even 2133 RAM, you just need to enable XMP in UEFI, and that's it! No default or native BS there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Sandy bridge er shathe 1600 bus ram socket e boshbe but kaj korbe 1333 bus mode e.
    Wrong, if you RAM is rated for more, the CPU will happily use that extra b/w given the task. The IMC is on the CPU now, what matters is the CPU and not the NB unlike the C2D era. From Nehalem and onwards, anything from the Intel camp supports 1600 and above modules with ease.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Ram must be TwinMOS Twister 2x2 GB. Because it is the lowest latency 1600 bus ram (CL9), and 1600 bus is by default. It doesnt use XMP like Adata XPG to reach 1600 (which is basically a 1333 bus ram).
    Wrong again, JEDEC standards is upto 1333, all these 1600+ RAM speeds are achieved by either XMP under Intel platforms/done manually(setting voltage/CAS according to manufacture ratings under the AMD platform.

    The Twinmoss aswell as the XPG are both 1600 RAM no matter how you look at it(there's nothing about native here) and so are the Corsair Vengeance 1600. The only difference is the chips whether they are highly binned like from Elpida/Samsung(so they can achieve more- overclocking beyond manufacture ratings), etc or the heat sink that are attached on top of them and obviously from different companies.. All these RAM will provide the same performance given the same timings used in similar circumstances.
    Last edited by dipanzan; August 8th, 2012 at 19:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Ram must be TwinMOS Twister 2x2 GB. Because it is the lowest latency 1600 bus ram (CL9), and 1600 bus is by default. It doesnt use XMP like Adata XPG to reach 1600 (which is basically a 1333 bus ram).
    there are nothing like " XMP supported 1600MHZ ram" & "by default 1600mhhz ram ". any 12800mb/s transfer rate supported(PC3-12800) memory unit can be run at 1600mhz(1600*64/8=12800mb/s) no matter whether you achieve it manually or via XMP profile. and a 1333mhz(PC3-10664) memory unit can not be run at 1600mhz just via XMP profile if it doesn't support that transfer rate........
    Last edited by @nonymous™; August 8th, 2012 at 19:41.

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    @@nonymous @dipanzan explain it please.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
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    It's a low end board and hence a ballpark figure of 1333/1600, any i5(esp the unlocked ones) will happily run at/beyond 1600, the motherboard doesn't come into the equation here. With i7(if I remember correctly) the IMC is even more capable and achieves higher speeds).

    It's all in the processor now and the chipset, likewise an H61 will not accept more than two DIMMs(populated at the same time) but a P67 will. The higher the bus b/w on these RAM, the harder the CPU has to work to make use of that speed. It's not that if the board is written for 1333 it'll only support 1333 and nothing else, this where XMP comes in, just the single activation in BIOS/UEFI w/ compatible RAMs and voila your DIMMs will be running at its official advertised speeds without the need for any further tinkering with voltage/timings/latencies. XMP advertised RAMs make use of a special chip which stores all its spec/model/timing which communicates with the board and sets them accordingly, however AMD users(for the majority) have to do this manually but it'll still work in the same case and same performance according to the capability of the host IMC.

    But yes the motherboard has to support the necessary tweaking attributes within its UEFI/BIOS, for e.g setting voltage/changing latencies(1C/2C), or it won't let the CPU run at a higher speed even if it's capable(from the get go), the firmware has to have adequate support.

    Why do you think Gigabyte advertises their high end ones UD/Sniper with 2200/2600/2800 compatible(these are not even official values), just so that they can put them in the label and mark it as a feature.. Even a 1st gen i7 can use 1600 bus RAM or higher if your chip wins the lottery(even when Intel stated that the max is 1333); i.e you get a stronger IMC.

    The second ss is Intel's own specsheet I reckon, and Intel knows themselves that the 2400/2500/3550/3770 can do way more than just 1333 rofl, try emailing them for the lulz.

    Why do you think Corsair/G.Skill and other high end memory manufactures are prepping 3k(3000MHz) kits, if by your theory only the max stated is what Intel devised? Ivy IMC is no doubt better than SB and thus these chips can easily pull off ~2200+ but even then topping 3k is a big feat even for an X79 CPU.

    Hope you're clear now.
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    @dipanzan so saying that a b75 will support XMP enabled 1600bus ram?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    @dipanzan so saying that a b75 will support XMP enabled 1600bus ram?
    Depends on wether that particular* B75 has the necessary options in UEFI to enable XMP, not all RAMs are XMP compatible even if they have higher speeds, if that's the case- you'll have to tweak it to advertised speeds manually and this is where the firmware comes into play: BIOS/UEFI.

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    btw, i5 3450 is only 17k and i5 2500k is still 24k. So, budget also plays a vital role here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Depends on wether that particular* B75 has the necessary options in UEFI to enable XMP, not all RAMs are XMP compatible even if they have higher speeds, if that's the case- you'll have to tweak it to advertised speeds manually and this is where the firmware comes into play: BIOS/UEFI.
    which B75 has that XMP feature? Gigabyte? Asus? MSI? Asrock? Give me a link of such B75 motherboard which supports XMP.......

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    Other words, suppose, i have a i5 2400 and a pair of 1600 bus rams, now according to you, can i use it at any B75 motherboard with 1600 bus as effective? I think NO.

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