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    Cool Suggest me best GPU+PSU @52,000 Taka budget

    Hey guys, the time has come. Gonna buy Graphics card and Power supply My budget is 52K max. But I can extend it if it is reasonable Below is my current configuration for mobile viewers :

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    RAM: 16 GB 1333 MHz Transcend
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    My personal preference is MSI Geforce GTX 670 power edition 2GB (http://www.ucc-bd.com/geforce-gtx-67...c-version.html) and TT Smart Modular 650 W (http://www.ucc-bd.com/thermaltake-sm...us-bronze.html). But hey Scholar people out there, you know the best. So suggest me

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    Btw I forgot to mention I don't OC GPU's much. Or frankly speaking I never OCed my GPU before
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    TT smart 650w is a good choice. But i think @ same price Gigabyte Odin pro 800w would be better. http://www.ryanscomputers.com/model....&iid=3054&#Top

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    the 7950 or the 670 + tt smart 650watt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radeef View Post
    Hey guys, the time has come. Gonna buy Graphics card and Power supply My budget is 52K max. But I can extend it if it is reasonable Below is my current configuration for mobile viewers :

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    CPU: Intel Core i5 2400
    GPU: SAPPHIRE HD5570 1G DDR3
    PSU: Thermaltake Non Modular 430W
    Monitor: ASUS ML229H 22" LED 1920 X 1080 P
    Hard Drive: Transcend 720SSD 128GB + 2TB HDD (will be added later)

    My personal preference is MSI Geforce GTX 670 power edition 2GB (http://www.ucc-bd.com/geforce-gtx-67...c-version.html) and TT Smart Modular 650 W (http://www.ucc-bd.com/thermaltake-sm...us-bronze.html). But hey Scholar people out there, you know the best. So suggest me

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    Btw I forgot to mention I don't OC GPU's much. Or frankly speaking I never OCed my GPU before
    I think you should buy the Sapphire 7970 42k or the gigabyte GTX 670 windforce 3x OC edition 37k .The msi power edition performs same as the gigabyte one but costs more money so the gigabyte is the way to go and for the psu TT smart 650W will be the best in your budget
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    @radeef Sapphire 7970 ta kinle better...coz ora full package er sthe onek kichu extra accessories ditese lyk the HDMI cable,the converter,nd many others....so go for Sapphire 7970 nd the PSU TT Smart 650W....


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    Confused...HD 7970 or MSI 670 power edition OC? But have seen in some forums that 670 beats 7970 with ease.

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    670 pe

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    TT SM 650w and without any doubt MSI 670 PE ..........u aint gonna need anything else


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    ektai answer :MSI POWER EDITION abar jigay

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    Quote Originally Posted by samiulislam16 View Post
    TT SM 650w and without any doubt MSI 670 PE ..........u aint gonna need anything else
    the ODIN 800w will be better than that 650 smart

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    7970 vs 670 OC??? 670 obviously. But withing GB and MSI PE, I don't think the PE edition worth the extra bucks. Btw if money ain't your concern, go for the MSI 670 PE . . . . . .

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    Ok then, MSI 670 PE OC is fixed. Now 1 question: Thermaltake SMART 650watt Vs Gigabyte Odin Pro 800 W both of them are 10K bdt. Which one is better in performance? I see TT one gives 52A @ 12V (Single rail?) and Gigabyte one is 18A @ 12V1, 12V2 | 25A @ 12V3, 12V4 (4 x12V rails?) Also please consider my Motherboard(Gigabyte h67 ma) the the GPU I am going to buy and their cable system. Please suggest me

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    Quote Originally Posted by rk7 View Post
    7970 vs 670 OC??? 670 obviously. But withing GB and MSI PE, I don't think the PE edition worth the extra bucks. Btw if money ain't your concern, go for the MSI 670 PE . . . . . .
    the one radeef has decided to buy is the OC version and it's better than the gb windforce oc edition so it's worth the extra money

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    Thanks for helping everyone

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    Guys 1 bad news, could not find Gigabyte Odin pro 800W, it's not available in Dhaka atm So bought MSI TX 670 PE OC for 40.3K and TT Smart 650W for 9.5K . Could have waited for Gigabyte PSU for 1 more week, but can't wait anymore

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    Hmm, now there's a problem. My previous TT non modular 430W had a 3 pin fan connector. As I use TT Frio Advanced CPU cooler which has 2 fans and there is the casing fan. So I need total 3 fan connectors, for which I used 2 fan connectors from Motherboard and the 3 pin fan connector from old PSU. But looks like TT Smart 650W does not have any fan connector. I also searched Molex to 4/3 pin fan cable in IDB but could not find. What should I do now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by radeef View Post
    Thanks for helping everyone

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    Guys 1 bad news, could not find Gigabyte Odin pro 800W, it's not available in Dhaka atm So bought MSI TX 670 PE OC for 40.3K and TT Smart 650W for 9.5K . Could have waited for Gigabyte PSU for 1 more week, but can't wait anymore

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    Hmm, now there's a problem. My previous TT non modular 430W had a 3 pin fan connector. As I use TT Frio Advanced CPU cooler which has 2 fans and there is the casing fan. So I need total 3 fan connectors, for which I used 2 fan connectors from Motherboard and the 3 pin fan connector from old PSU. But looks like TT Smart 650W does not have any fan connector. I also searched Molex to 4/3 pin fan cable in IDB but could not find. What should I do now?
    Awesome buy.................upload some pics pls
    and about fan u need 3/4 pin to molex converter or a fan controller


    Guess what??? scan it??:

    Good enough GAMING RIG

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    Quote Originally Posted by radeef View Post
    Thanks for helping everyone

    - - - Updated - - -

    Guys 1 bad news, could not find Gigabyte Odin pro 800W, it's not available in Dhaka atm So bought MSI TX 670 PE OC for 40.3K and TT Smart 650W for 9.5K . Could have waited for Gigabyte PSU for 1 more week, but can't wait anymore

    - - - Updated - - -

    Hmm, now there's a problem. My previous TT non modular 430W had a 3 pin fan connector. As I use TT Frio Advanced CPU cooler which has 2 fans and there is the casing fan. So I need total 3 fan connectors, for which I used 2 fan connectors from Motherboard and the 3 pin fan connector from old PSU. But looks like TT Smart 650W does not have any fan connector. I also searched Molex to 4/3 pin fan cable in IDB but could not find. What should I do now?
    Congratz on ur new gpu...i think its time to update ur gadget list...


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    Quote Originally Posted by samiulislam16 View Post
    Awesome buy.................upload some pics pls
    and about fan u need 3/4 pin to molex converter or a fan controller
    Yup searched molex converter, but could not find in IDB. But anyway I solved that problem. I found a molex to 3 pin converter in my old rig

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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    Congratz on ur new gpu...i think its time to update ur gadget list...
    Thanks Yup thanks for reminding

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    By the way, I have a question. My monitor has a HDMI to DVI cable. My GPU have DVI-D & DVI-I Port. Which port should I connect my Monitor cable to? (cable at monitor end is connected to a HDMI port)

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    Here goes some pics. Sorry for the very poor quality
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