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    Red face [Help] Build A Future Proof Gaming PC

    Hi Guys,
    I am planning to buy a Gaming PC within a few days and I need Ur Sugestion/Help
    First of All, The PC need to be Feture Proof (Which will atleast last 1.5 Years)

    My Current Configuration (Please feel free to Make corrections or modify)

    Processor - Intel Core i7-3770 3rd Generation Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz ~ 28.5k

    Graphics Card - SAPPHIRE HD7950 3GB GDDR5 ~ 34k

    Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-Z77-D3H ~ 11.5k

    RAM - 2 x Transcend 4GB DDR3 1600 ~ 4k

    PSU - (I don'n know, What do U Guys Think, How much Watt will I need, Plz Suggest a good one, My budget 7k)

    HDD - Samsung 1TB SATA ~ 8.5k

    Cassie - (Haven't decided yet, Plz Sugget a good cheap one for me, which is available in IDB)

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    Total Budget ~ 95k

    I will buy - Processor, Motherboard, RAM, HDD & PSU (Power Supply Unit) from IDB, Ryans (I have a very good relationship with them)
    But unfortunately, they don't have high end Graphics Card
    The Graphics Card that I choose is available in UCC, But most of the people in this Forum says UCC's Sucks, Their Products are not Good,
    Plz help me out here, Where can i buy the Graphics Card from, (I can't import, I have to buy from IDB)

    So Finally, Once again Plz feel free to Modify, Share Ur Thoughts
    And thanks for Ur Time

    (All prices might not be correct)

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    welcome to BG. You may introduce yourself here.
    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...n&goto=newpost

    on topic,
    that's a good build. But Why do opt for a cheap casing? You've a good budget. You should get atleast a 4-5k casing.

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    you may look at 'binary logic' for gpu.

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    nice build...
    for corrections..
    8GB ram is just not necessary...better to go for dual channel 2*2=4GB 1600....around 3k
    For the psu u can go for the Thermaltake smart 550w for around 7k...or a coolermaster 550w for around 6.5k
    for the casing...u can get a thermaltake spacecraft for about 5k....or a cheaper but decent thermaltake v4 for 3.5k
    nd ya the price of HDD has decreased...so u can get a 1tb hdd for around 7K...
    as @Badhon_raj suggested u can try binary logic...


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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    ¤the price of HDD has decreased...so u can get a 1tb hdd for around 7K...
    as @Badhon_raj ¤suggested u can ...

    thanks for the information. when it's going to be like 5000/= for a 1TB ? any idea or predection........

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    @thunderroid I have a good relation with Rishit Computers, if you agree I can talk with them to give you little discount on products you are planning to purchase.If you are lucky you will definitely get better product.

    If you ready to purchase from Rishit give me a PM pls.Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    nice build...
    for corrections..
    8GB ram is just not necessary...better to go for dual channel 2*2=4GB 1600....around 3k
    For the psu u can go for the Thermaltake smart 550w for around 7k...or a coolermaster 550w for around 6.5k
    for the casing...u can get a thermaltake spacecraft for about 5k....or a cheaper but decent thermaltake v4 for 3.5k
    nd ya the price of HDD has decreased...so u can get a 1tb hdd for around 7K...
    as @Badhon_raj suggested u can try binary logic...
    He wants a future proof build and 8GB Memory is today's standards. 4GB isn't enough nowadays, let alone being future proof.
    Anyways, For Chassis get the Tt Commander MS-1 if you can find it. Looks better than the Spacecraft in my opinion.
    For PSU, get a Tt Smart 550W or 650W. The latter is a better buy if you want to be a bit more future-proof.
    As for the GPU, The Sapphire HD7950 at 34k is a steal, grab it from UCC. Their products are not that bad at all. Even though I've never really had issues with their RMA Service, I've heard they've improved their RMA service for other customers too.

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    Other than that, since you are getting a Z77 board get a 3770k if budget allows, so you can OC later on. AFAIK 3770k is 32k.
    Last edited by Rakin7; September 12th, 2012 at 22:52.

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    95k right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderroid View Post
    Hi Guys,
    I am planning to buy a Gaming PC within a few days and I need Ur Sugestion/Help
    First of All, The PC need to be Feture Proof (Which will atleast last 1.5 Years)

    My Current Configuration (Please feel free to Make corrections or modify)

    Processor - Intel Core i7-3770 3rd Generation Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz ~ 28.5k

    Graphics Card - SAPPHIRE HD7950 3GB GDDR5 ~ 34k

    Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-Z77-D3H ~ 11.5k

    RAM - 2 x Transcend 4GB DDR3 1600 ~ 4k

    PSU - (I don'n know, What do U Guys Think, How much Watt will I need, Plz Suggest a good one, My budget 7k)

    HDD - Samsung 1TB SATA ~ 8.5k

    Cassie - (Haven't decided yet, Plz Sugget a good cheap one for me, which is available in IDB)

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total Budget ~ 95k

    I will buy - Processor, Motherboard, RAM, HDD & PSU (Power Supply Unit) from IDB, Ryans (I have a very good relationship with them)
    But unfortunately, they don't have high end Graphics Card
    The Graphics Card that I choose is available in UCC, But most of the people in this Forum says UCC's Sucks, Their Products are not Good,
    Plz help me out here, Where can i buy the Graphics Card from, (I can't import, I have to buy from IDB)

    So Finally, Once again Plz feel free to Modify, Share Ur Thoughts
    And thanks for Ur Time

    (All prices might not be correct)
    nice Build ... processor & motherboard is good .... & 8GB ram is perfect [ 4GB ram r price 1650 taka sunsilam ], For GPU don't buy from UCC .. u can try smart , computer source , Ryans , Onix shops for better GPU & for PSU 7k budget is perfect.... umm 4.5 k diye ekta casing kinnen valo.... dekhe....

    it's Rolin ... remember me

    ^___^
    Last edited by iGx : Itachi; September 14th, 2012 at 00:23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    thanks for the information. when it's going to be like 5000/= for a 1TB ? any idea or predection........
    welcum..well i have no idea when its gonna b around 5k...but my guess is first quarter of 2013...

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    Quote Originally Posted by eXcavator View Post
    He wants a future proof build and 8GB Memory is today's standards. 4GB isn't enough nowadays, let alone being future proof.
    Anyways, For Chassis get the Tt Commander MS-1 if you can find it. Looks better than the Spacecraft in my opinion.
    For PSU, get a Tt Smart 550W or 650W. The latter is a better buy if you want to be a bit more future-proof.
    As for the GPU, The Sapphire HD7950 at 34k is a steal, grab it from UCC. Their products are not that bad at all. Even though I've never really had issues with their RMA Service, I've heard they've improved their RMA service for other customers too.

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    Other than that, since you are getting a Z77 board get a 3770k if budget allows, so you can OC later on. AFAIK 3770k is 32k.
    well, u r right about the ram...future proof kothata kheyal chilo na..
    but Commander casing er theika spacecraft better mone hoe amar kase (although commander looks better)...commander has too many nooks nd crannies..which r tough to clean also..so shavabik bhabei eta BD te dhular rajotte bash korbe...

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    4GB 1333mhz price 1650tk...AFAIK


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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    welcome to BG. You may introduce yourself here.

    you may look at 'binary logic' for gpu.
    Thanks For the Info Man - (binary logic)

    Quote Originally Posted by Metal View Post
    @thunderroid I have a good relation with Rishit Computers, if you agree I can talk with them to give you little discount on products you are planning to purchase.If you are lucky you will definitely get better product.

    If you ready to purchase from Rishit give me a PM pls.Thanks
    My Cousin is the Head Importer of Ryans, So .... U get it, right, I have to buy from Ryans (Family Rule) Any Computer Hardware must be bought from Ryans....Funny I know

    Quote Originally Posted by xN::Hirako Taicho View Post
    nice Build AMit vai... processor & motherboard is good .... & 8GB ram is perfect [ 4GB ram r price 1650 taka sunsilam ], For GPU don't buy from UCC .. u can try smart , computer source , Ryans , Onix shops for better GPU & for PSU 7k budget is perfect.... umm 4.5 k diye ekta casing kinnen valo.... dekhe....

    it's Rolin ... remember me

    ^___^
    Thanks Rolin Vi, I will remember U
    And I will Visit Smart, Computer Source, Onix (for More Info)


    BTW,
    I really like this Cassie (Be patience site Takes a few Sec to load)
    http://thermaltakeusa.com/Product.aspx?S=1397&ID=2068
    Its Available in BD & 12k, Holly ¤¤¤¤
    I will try to buy It, But I don't think I can
    My Dad will kill me, (Just kidding)


    Have A gr8 Day U all
    Thanks 4 the Contribution U ppl

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    What do U Guys Think of this Cassie
    http://www.inwin-style.com/pd_info.p...177&iw_lanid=0
    Its 4.5k in BD (Binary Logic)
    For PSU Which one Will I Go For
    Thermaltake SMART 550watt - 7k (80Plus Bronze | 42A @ 12V)
    Gigabyte Superb 570watt - 6.2k (80Plus | 17A @ 12V1, 12V2)
    Gigabyte Superb 720watt - 7.2k (80Plus | 18A @ 12V1, 12V2, 12V3, 12V4)
    Cooler Master GX-550 Watt - 6.2k (80 PLUS Bronze | 44A @ 12V)
    Last edited by thunderroid; September 14th, 2012 at 12:32. Reason: PSU Options

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    Seems like gaming is your main priority? If it is, I would recommend dropping down to a 3570k, since hyperthreading is not beneficial to gaming, plus you will be saving money.

    If you have set your mind on a Gigabyte board, go with the UD3H atleast. The VRM is better on it and one more PCIe 3.0 slot. My favorite budget Z77 board however is ASRock Z77 Extreme4. See if you can find it.

    Have you considered getting a SSD? It will make your system so much faster and of course will make it more future-proof.

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