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    Going to buy new PC... The budget is 60k... The PC will be used for Gaming and Development

    1. Should I go for AMD Phenom II X4 or Intel Core i3 2100 ??
    2. Should buy Gigabyte GA-B75-D3h or Asus P8B75-M LE for Core i3 ??
    2. Should I buy GeForce GTX 560ti or AMD Radeon 6950 ??
    3. Which PSU should I buy ??
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    1. i3 2100
    2. Any ASUS H61
    3. 560Ti
    4.A tt 550W

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    1. i3 2100
    2. any GIGABYTE H61 (ASUS ones has high price without any reason)
    3. 6950 OC (beacuse it is 2GB and a good OC edition can surpass most 560TI)
    5. a Therrmaltake 550w
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    1. i3 2100 performs better in gaming.
    2. If you want to get a B75 mobo, go with the Gigabyte one. Global's after-sales customer service is pretty messed up right now.
    3. Definitely the 6950, unless you want the physx mumbo-jumbo.
    4. Depends much on your budget. If you have a tight budget, get a 550W, preferably from Delta or Tt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    1. i3 2100 performs better in gaming.
    2. If you want to get a B75 mobo, go with the Gigabyte one. Global's after-sales customer service is pretty messed up right now.
    3. Definitely the 6950, unless you want the physx mubo-jumbo.
    4. Depends much on your budget. If you have a tight budget, get a 550W, preferably from Delta or Tt.
    I got 60k... Is Core i5 2500k gonna be better than i3 2100... And I guess I should go with 6950...
    Thanks man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haider Ali Kazal View Post
    I got 60k... Is Core i5 2500k gonna be better than i3 2100... And I guess I should go with 6950...
    Thanks man
    take the i3. Go for a 7950. A game is 80% dependent on GPU than CPU.

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    why take the dualcore i3 when u got a budget of 60k? :/ Atleast get an intel quadcore cpu like the i5 2400 or 3550

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    1. i3 2100 performs better in gaming.
    2. If you want to get a B75 mobo, go with the Gigabyte one. Global's after-sales customer service is pretty messed up right now.
    3. Definitely the 6950, unless you want the physx mubo-jumbo.
    4. Depends much on your budget. If you have a tight budget, get a 550W, preferably from Delta or Tt.


    mumbo you meant

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnan0905 View Post
    RAM, HDD, Casing are they out of 60k equation??
    Of course not... They are included in 60k... :-p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loners Persona -.- View Post
    why take the dualcore i3 when u got a budget of 60k? :/ Atleast get an intel quadcore cpu like the i5 2400 or 3550

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    mumbo you meant
    Is the Core i5 2500k still availiable in IDB??

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    6950 still available?? where??

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    I5 3550
    gigabyte b75
    tt smart 550w
    4gb ddr3 ram
    sapphire 7850

    = perfect balanced pc for all kinds of tasks

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    Why u r even thinking of putting a F1 driver in a toyota corolla.Try to keep a good ratio.Get a sandy/ivy i5 with a h61/b75 board.Those extra two real threads will be beneficial in future in place of those virtual threads of i3.And getting a 6xxx is also a bad idea when u can get much better performer 7xxx card almost at same price.Amd has already reduced the price of 7xxx.It will eventually affect the the bd market too (hopefully).If u can wait for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gladiator' View Post
    Why u r even thinking of putting a F1 driver in a toyota corolla.Try to keep a good ratio.Get a sandy/ivy i5 with a h61/b75 board.Those extra two real threads will be beneficial in future in place of those virtual threads of i3.And getting a 6xxx is also a bad idea when u can get much better performer 7xxx card almost at same price.Amd has already reduced the price of 7xxx.It will eventually affect the the bd market too (hopefully).If u can wait for that!
    Thanks... I guess I'm gonna go with AMD Radeon 7850 OC... Can you suggest any good PSU with price that works with 7850 OC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gladiator' View Post
    Why u r even thinking of putting a F1 driver in a toyota corolla.Try to keep a good ratio.Get a sandy/ivy i5 with a h61/b75 board.Those extra two real threads will be beneficial in future in place of those virtual threads of i3.And getting a 6xxx is also a bad idea when u can get much better performer 7xxx card almost at same price.Amd has already reduced the price of 7xxx.It will eventually affect the the bd market too (hopefully).If u can wait for that!
    If this is about gaming solely, i would definitely suggest to go with a 7950 OC with an i3 2100. Because Haswell is just on the doorstep, if anyone buys an i7, a mainstream Haswell will surpass that, just like what happened when people bought i7 920, a normal i5 2400 can beat that processor in every single aspect. Akhon daamy processor kena simply bokami.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haider Ali Kazal View Post
    Thanks... I guess I'm gonna go with AMD Radeon 7850 OC... Can you suggest any good PSU with price that works with 7850 OC
    There is not much option other than tt smart550W atm.By considering the products availability in bangladesh,at least it will give u the best bang per buck.

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    @Haider Ali Kazal how will you feel when you buy a processor now at 22k and after 6 months you see, it gets defeated by a 10-12k processor? And also remember, Haswell is a Tock tech so it will last for at least 3 year, until the arrival of Skylake.

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    premium class Haswell will come with 14 cores and 28 threads with 35MB cache per processor.
    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...And-Discussion
    Last edited by VANGUARD; August 23rd, 2012 at 03:35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    @Haider Ali Kazal how will you feel when you buy a processor now at 22k and after 6 months you see, it gets defeated by a 10-12k processor? And also remember, Haswell is a Tock tech so it will last for at least 3 year, until the arrival of Skylake.

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    premium class Haswell will come with 14 cores and 28 threads with 35MB cache per processor.
    Intel is changing the processor socket like diaper.There is no point in waiting for haswell.Whether its a tick or tock version dont expect over the moon performance.Ivy was a pipe cleaner.Hasewell
    will solve the overheating issues of ivy in overclocking sitution with slight better performance per core and may come in higher frequency.But dont even expect that a mainstream processor will come with 8-10 cores.Lol.Those r for servers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    If this is about gaming solely, i would definitely suggest to go with a 7950 OC with an i3 2100. Because Haswell is just on the doorstep, if anyone buys an i7, a mainstream Haswell will surpass that, just like what happened when people bought i7 920, a normal i5 2400 can beat that processor in every single aspect. Akhon daamy processor kena simply bokami.
    Thats hilarious.Hd 8xxx is almost knocking at the door and Gtx 7xx also and both of them surely overtake their previous versions.Now if anybody wants to wait for those cards for their launching, that will be a work of a real foolish.Same things can be said for iphone.Iphone 5 is about to launch in the market.But that doest mean one should't take a 4s now.Electrical material works in that way.New product will alaways perform slightly better,but waiting for them for forever is foolishness.

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    i3 and 7950 is a horrible suggestion. Because with a 7950 you will always be tempted to max out all games, and there will always be these must play titles that use both a CPU and GPU quite well, and in those cases that config will be severely bottlenecked.

    Any SB i5 + 7950 would be the best choice but I'm not sure if that'll fit your budget. Newer tech will always be there, doesn't mean we should stop buying stuff today for stuff coming out over half a year ( at least) from now.

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    Oh and its not like Haswell is going to work on the same socket anyway, so there's no point in waiting for that unless you are willing to do a major overhaul of a current PC, and if you do that you'll already be looking to upgrade the GPU anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haider Ali Kazal View Post
    bro that's old....startech doesnt update their site..call them and find out...
    about config:
    processor: Ci5 2400/3450..they're cheap and wont slow you down for the next three years
    motherboard: H61/B75 depending on processor...as u wont get much of a performance boost with it..just be sure ur getting 3 yrs warranty
    GPU: gigabyte HD 7850 OC or sapphire HD 7850 OC...wait for a few days..the price cut is on the way
    gigabyte one has higher clock speed and decent cooling and also it costs less than the sapphire one...but i've seen people trust sapphire more for AMD cards
    RAM: twinMOS 1333/1600 bus depending on your motherboard selection
    PSU: TT smart 550W/Cooler master GX 550/..if you go for TT be sure to check its price on startech..they always offer good prices
    and if you go for CM..its not bad either...
    Gigabyte is another option if you know the risks..

    if you also want casing...TT V4 is a good option...later you can add a few fans for better air flow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    @Haider Ali Kazal how will you feel when you buy a processor now at 22k and after 6 months you see, it gets defeated by a 10-12k processor? And also remember, Haswell is a Tock tech so it will last for at least 3 year, until the arrival of Skylake.

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    premium class Haswell will come with 14 cores and 28 threads with 35MB cache per processor.
    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...And-Discussion

    he's not going to buy the processors which r intended for servers..in fact who buys these so called 'premium class' processors in BD anyway...and haswell is going to be roughly 5% faster per clock..so an IB i5/i7 beaten by Haswell i3 is HIGHLY unlikely..but the IGPU is a different thing..but the OP doesnt need that as he already mentioned that he's going to buy a discreet GPU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gladiator' View Post
    Thats hilarious.Hd 8xxx is almost knocking at the door and Gtx 7xx also and both of them surely overtake their previous versions.Now if anybody wants to wait for those cards for their launching, that will be a work of a real foolish.Same things can be said for iphone.Iphone 5 is about to launch in the market.But that doest mean one should't take a 4s now.Electrical material works in that way.New product will alaways perform slightly better,but waiting for them for forever is foolishness.
    AMD 8xxx is being released this december..and NVIDIA 7xx is going to be released in '14..not this year...not next year

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    about GPU..you can also wait for 660 ti....that'll blow away 7850 and probably 7870 too..but the price might be little higher..you can talk to @Vanguard bro..he's an expert on these things

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrygr8_007 View Post
    about GPU..you can also wait for 660 ti....that'll blow away 7850 and probably 7870 too..but the price might be little higher
    660ti is equivalent to 7850 in normal mode and much cheaper, but if you OC 7850 it will defeat 660ti with ease

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