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    Post Gaming PC buying guide and price suggestion thread

    Many people here ask for the best configuration at certain budgets. So I thought of providing this thread for those who are confused about what to get. This thread will be acting as a guide and suggestion for you to get the best in your budget.

    Firstly, please note, I will be concentrating on gaming only. So I won't be talking about coolers and all that. You can get your own LC kit, or coolers to over-clock your system to make it better. But I won't be including that here, since, you can play games on stock speeds just fine. Secondly I won't include any brand that is not available in Bangladesh. Although many of us are fortunate to be able to get different brands from abroad, which are not imported to BD, but the case isn't same from everybody. Finally, be decent. You might hate or like my thread, but there is no need to flame. If you have suggestions to add, that will be great.

    There are a few things you need to think about when building a new rig:

    1. Purpose: Like we discussed before, you need to decide what you will be using the PC for. If its hard core encoding and stuff, you might want to get a quad core rig, if you want it to be a sever setup, you might want to get more HDDs. Therefore, you must realize what you want. Putting a Core i7 inside a HTPC with no GPU, is not really a good idea, and waste of money. So you must decide your purpose first before setting a certain budget. I will be concentrating on gaming builds only. So this thread won't help you unless you are getting a gaming rig.

    2. GPU before CPU: For a gaming build, a good GPU is a must. So make sure, your budget provides good room for a GPU. Usually a formula can be applied:
    low end CPU : medium end GPU
    medium end CPU : med-high end GPU
    high end CPU: high end GPU


    3. Understanding Display resolution: Many of use want to buy a true HD monitor cause we believe its going to have uber cool graphics. Also we think we will get a lot of respect for using a 1080p high definition monitor. In reality the case is not so. We get crappy frame rates and usually need to lower the res or the game's graphics quality to play the games at decent frame rate. Thats because we forget the fact that 1920x1080 is a hefty resolution for a medium end GPU. You need to get a high end GPU to be able to afford the luxury of playing at 1080p. My suggestion is to keep it safe. Get a 20 inch monitor with 1600x900 resolution. Perfect 16:9 ratio and doesn't put that much stress on a GPU. A medium end GPU can handle the resolution fine.

    4. Understanding PSUs: An important factor for a gaming PC is its power supply. We often regard it as the least important component, cause we feel like its not really contributing to our gaming experience at all. Its true that a PSU cannot help you to get more frame rate. However its the most important and vital hardware of the PC, because it does the most important task of all: providing your entire rig its fuel. You PSU helps your computer run, gives it the power necessary to operate, so don't be stingy when choosing a PSU. Keep your budget good for a PSU because remember that your PC's safety depends on it. There are lot of things to look for when buying a PSU: the actual watt, 12V rails, and 80 plus certificates. I am not going to elaborate on what is 80PLUS, please read this instead: Click! and google around. Briefly, its the efficiency of a PSU. The more the better. Its better if a PSU has at least 80 PLUS certificate. 80PLUS Bronze are better choice. Secondly, railings are an important factor. Some argue that dual or quad rails are better, some say single rail are. Well, I say, off course, dual rails and quad rails are better. The load is spread between 2 or more rails, thus reduces load. But then again manufactures often provide lower amps on the 12V rails. If you are not going for a SLI/Crossfire setup, forget about this rail argument, and get whatever that fits in your budget. About how much watt to get, a 550-650 watt PSU is enough even for high end rigs. This is because nowadays CPU and GPU are using 22 and 28nm technology respectively, and they will only be getting smaller in future. So more performance at less power consumed. Therefore don't waste your money behind a 850-1200 watt PSU unless you really need it.

    5. Geforce or Radeon: Both if you can. A Nvidia Geforce GT 630 for PhysX and AMD Radeon HD 7970 for horsepower. On a serious note, both are good. However, AMD's low-med end gpu's are better than the Nvidia low-med end ones.

    Now here are my personal suggestion for gaming builds:

    Budget Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core G620 2.60GHz – 5000 tk.
    Mainboard: Gigabyte H61-S2V – 5000 tk.
    RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB 1333MHz DDR3 – 1600 tk.
    HDD: 500 GB SATA II – 5500 tk.
    ODD: Asus 24x DVD-R – 1700 tk.
    GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 6670 1 GB DDR5 – 8000 tk.
    Case: Deluxe MG-432 – 3000 tk.
    PSU: Stock
    Total: 29,800 BDT

    Medium End Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Core i3 2100 3.10GHz – 10000 tk.
    Mainboard: MSI H61M-P23 – 5000 tk.
    RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB 1333MHz DDR3 - 1600
    HDD: 500 GB SATA II – 5500 tk.
    ODD: Asus 24x DVD-R – 1700 tk.
    GPU: Gigabyte AMD Radeon HD 7770 – 11500 tk.
    Case: Thermaltake V4 Black Edition – 3500 tk.
    PSU: Cooler Master GX-450 – 4700 tk.
    Total: 43500 BDT


    Hardcore Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Core i5 3450 3.10GHz – 17500 tk.
    Mainboard: MSI Z77 G43 – 12000 tk.
    RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB 1600MHz DDR3 – 3500 tk.
    HDD: 1 TB SATA III – 8500 tk.
    ODD: Asus 24x DVD-R – 1700 tk.
    GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 7850 2 GB DDR5 – 22000 tk.
    Case: Thermaltake Spacecraft/Commander MS-i/InWin Mana 136 – 5000 tk .
    PSU: Thermaltake Smart 550 watt – 7200 tk.
    Total: 77400 BDT

    Extreme Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Core i7 3770 3.40GHz – 28000 tk.
    Mainboard: AsRock Z77 Extreme 4 – 14500 tk.
    RAM: 4 GB + 4 GB 1600MHz DDR3 – 5500 tk.
    HDD: 1 TB SATA III – 8500 tk.
    ODD: Asus 24x DVD-R – 1700 tk.
    GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 7950 3 GB DDR5 – 33000 tk.
    Case: Cooler Master 690 II – 10500 tk.
    PSU: Thermaltake Smart 650 watt – 10000 tk.
    Total: 110,000 BDT

    Note: I have not used any K series Intel CPU. This is because, I have not included any after-market cooler. Those who want to over clock can get their own coolers and a K series Intel CPU. I am not 100% sure about the prices. Its an estimated average. You can get lower or might have to pay higher than the mentioned price. If you are certain about some prices, where I have been wrong, please notify me.

    So, there you have it folks. Hope this thread helps you out. Feel free to ask anything about the configurations or any PC building related questions and I would be more than happy to help you out.
    Last edited by Robin Rayhan; September 29th, 2012 at 20:55.

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    Very well written.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2O View Post
    4. Understanding PSUs: ......Well, I say, off course, dual rails and quad rails are better. The load is spread between 2 or more rails, thus reduces load. But then again manufactures often provide lower amps on the 12V rails.
    Haha lol!

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    Good write up. Some feedback for you:

    You should include nVidia counterparts to maintain brand neutrality. And do mention that there are no monitors included in your suggestions, and a resolution suggestion in the sub-heading will be great as well. Like this: Hardcore gaming (1920x1080), Medium End Gaming (1600x900 or less). Resolution suggestions should be based assuming that the person wants to max out the games he plays with no AA, only hardcore and above with AA. Target FPS 60.

    For your Extreme config: there's no need for a 10k casing, in a market where everything is overpriced as it is, it's nothing but a waste to opt for a high end casing instead of a higher end GPU. GIGABYTE's Windforce GTX670 is 37K I believe, so getting that and a lower priced casing will be much much more worthwhile.

    And I'd suggest you also do a Value Config where you include a K series CPU (coolers are not needed btw) and minimum 7870 (or equivalent). I just can't help but feel there is an entire segment missing (two actually cause none of the builds have a 7970/680/670)

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    Good Suggestion Vaiya
    Last edited by aayman; October 1st, 2012 at 23:19.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2O View Post
    Hardcore Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Core i5 3450 3.10GHz – 17500 tk.
    Mainboard: MSI Z77 G43 – 12000 tk.
    RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB 1600MHz DDR3 – 3500 tk.
    HDD: 1 TB SATA III – 8500 tk.
    ODD: Asus 24x DVD-R – 1700 tk.
    GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 7850 2 GB DDR5 – 22000 tk.
    Case: Thermaltake Spacecraft/Commander MS-i/InWin Mana 136 – 5000 tk .
    PSU: Thermaltake Smart 550 watt – 7200 tk.
    Total: 77400 BDT
    i'm gonna get a gaming pc soon . My config is pretty much same with the above one .. just some slight changes .. i'm getting a gigabyte B75 D3H mobo instead of Z77 as i won't overclock my cpu .. is this a good decision ?? there are some other changes as well . here is what i've planned ,


    Cpu : Intel core i5 3450
    Mobo : Gigabyte GA-b75M-D3H / MSI B75MA-P45 / Asrock B75 PRO3 LGA 1155
    GPU : Sapphire hd7870 Ghz edition
    Ram : Transcend 4gb * 2= 8gb DDR3 1600Mhz
    HDD : Hitachi 1tb sata 7200rpm
    Chasis : Thermaltake overseer Rx-1 (i know it's stupid to spend that much on a chasis instead of cpu or other important stuffs but i just want to have that chasis .. really liked it , it's looks so coool .. please don't get mad at me anyone )
    Psu : Thermaltake smart modular 650W

    i can get a core i5 3550 instead of i5 3450 if i wait a few more days . will it make that much of a difference in gaming ?? or else , i'll just stuck to i5 3450 ... and which Mobo should i go for between those 3 models mentioned above ?? i don't want to overclock my cpu so i won't be needing any after market cpu cooler , right ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalfreak_bd View Post
    i'm gonna get a gaming pc soon . My config is pretty much same with the above one .. just some slight changes .. i'm getting a gigabyte B75 D3H mobo instead of Z77 as i won't overclock my cpu .. is this a good decision ?? there are some other changes as well . here is what i've planned ,


    Cpu : Intel core i5 3450
    Mobo : Gigabyte GA-b75M-D3H / MSI B75MA-P45 / Asrock B75 PRO3 LGA 1155
    GPU : Sapphire hd7870 Ghz edition
    Ram : Transcend 4gb * 2= 8gb DDR3 1600Mhz
    HDD : Hitachi 1tb sata 7200rpm
    Chasis : Thermaltake overseer Rx-1 (i know it's stupid to spend that much on a chasis instead of cpu or other important stuffs but i just want to have that chasis .. really liked it , it's looks so coool .. please don't get mad at me anyone )
    Psu : Thermaltake smart modular 650W

    i can get a core i5 3550 instead of i5 3450 if i wait a few more days . will it make that much of a difference in gaming ?? or else , i'll just stuck to i5 3450 ... and which Mobo should i go for between those 3 models mentioned above ?? i don't want to overclock my cpu so i won't be needing any after market cpu cooler , right ??
    A masterpiece indeed but a few changes needed
    Go for the MSI B75 and the twinmos twister 2000 MHZ ....and don't take 3550 as it has only 200 mhz more core clock but costs extra 2k and it is the hottest processor in the IB generation
    not going to advice you against the choice of your case but think carefully before buying it because you don't want to regret after

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    Good research , very well written.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWX View Post
    A masterpiece indeed but a few changes needed
    Go for the MSI B75 and the twinmos twister 2000 MHZ ....and don't take 3550 as it has only 200 mhz more core clock but costs extra 2k and it is the hottest processor in the IB generation
    not going to advice you against the choice of your case but think carefully before buying it because you don't want to regret after
    thanks for the suggestion bro .. then a i5 3450 with msi b75 mobo it is .. but where to get the twinmos twister 2000Mhz ?? n no , i don't think i'll regret about the chasis later ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalfreak_bd View Post
    thanks for the suggestion bro .. then a i5 3450 with msi b75 mobo it is .. but where to get the twinmos twister 2000Mhz ?? n no , i don't think i'll regret about the chasis later ...
    twinmos twister is available at ONIX COM in IDB 3rd floor

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWX View Post
    twinmos twister is available at ONIX COM in IDB 3rd floor
    how much this twinmos twister 2000Mhz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahasanali2005 View Post
    how much this twinmos twister 2000Mhz?
    As far as i know it's price is 3.5k

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2O View Post
    Budget Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core G620 2.60GHz – 5000 tk.
    Mainboard: Gigabyte H61-S2V – 5000 tk.
    RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB 1333MHz DDR3 – 1600 tk.
    HDD: 500 GB SATA II – 5500 tk.
    ODD: Samsung 22x DVD-RW – 1700 tk.
    GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 6670 1 GB DDR5 – 8000 tk.
    Case: Deluxe MG-432 – 3000 tk.
    PSU: Stock
    Total: 29,800 BDT

    Medium End Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Core i3 2100 3.10GHz – 10000 tk.
    Mainboard: MSI H61M-P23 – 5000 tk.
    RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB 1333MHz DDR3 - 1600
    HDD: 500 GB SATA II – 5500 tk.
    ODD: Asus 24x DVD-R – 1700 tk.
    GPU: Gigabyte AMD Radeon HD 7770 – 11500 tk.
    Case: Thermaltake V4 Black Edition – 3500 tk.
    PSU: Cooler Master GX-450 – 4700 tk.
    Total: 43500 BDT


    Hardcore Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Core i5 3450 3.10GHz – 17500 tk.
    Mainboard: MSI Z77 G43 – 12000 tk.
    RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB 1600MHz DDR3 – 3500 tk.
    HDD: 1 TB SATA III – 8500 tk.
    ODD: Asus 24x DVD-R – 1700 tk.
    GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 7850 2 GB DDR5 – 22000 tk.
    Case: Thermaltake Spacecraft/Commander MS-i/InWin Mana 136 – 5000 tk .
    PSU: Thermaltake Smart 550 watt – 7200 tk.
    Total: 77400 BDT

    Extreme Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Core i7 3770 3.40GHz – 28000 tk.
    Mainboard: AsRock Z77 Extreme 4 – 14500 tk.
    RAM: 4 GB + 4 GB 1600MHz DDR3 – 5500 tk.
    HDD: 1 TB SATA III – 8500 tk.
    ODD: Asus 24x DVD-R – 1700 tk.
    GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 7950 3 GB DDR5 – 33000 tk.
    Case: Cooler Master 690 II – 10500 tk.
    PSU: Thermaltake Smart 650 watt – 10000 tk.
    Total: 110,000 BDT

    Simply stupid suggestion.

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    Budget Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core G620 2.60GHz – 5000 tk.
    Mainboard: Gigabyte H61-S2V – 5000 tk.
    RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB 1333MHz DDR3 – 1600 tk.
    HDD: 500 GB SATA II – 5000 tk.
    ODD: Asus 24x DVD-R – 1600 tk.
    GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 6670 1 GB DDR5 – 8000 tk.
    Case: Space 703 – 3000 tk.
    PSU: Stock
    Total: 29,200 BDT

    Medium End Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Core i3 2100 3.10GHz – 10000 tk.
    Mainboard: GIGABYTE H61M-S2P-B3 – 5000 tk.
    RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB 1333MHz DDR3 - 1600
    HDD: 500 GB SATA II – 5000 tk.
    ODD: Asus 24x DVD-R – 1600 tk.
    GPU: Gigabyte AMD Radeon HD 7770 – 11500 tk.
    Case: Thermaltake V4 Black Edition – 3500 tk.
    PSU: Thermaltake Litepower 430w – 3200 tk.
    Total: 41,400 BDT


    Hardcore Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Core i5 3450 3.10GHz – 17000 tk.
    Mainboard: GIGABYTE B75-D3V- 6,000 tk
    RAM: 2 GB + 2 GB 1600MHz DDR3 – 3500 tk.
    HDD: 500GB HDD (SataII and SataIII doesnt mean anything in the case of mechanical harddisk)– 5000 tk.
    ODD: Samsung 22x DVD-RW – 1600 tk.
    GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 7850 2 GB DDR5 – 22000 tk.
    Case: Thermaltake V4/V3– 3500 tk .
    PSU: Thermaltake Smart 550 watt – 7000 tk.
    Total: 65,600 BDT

    Extreme Gaming:
    CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K 3.4GHz
    – 23000 tk.
    Mainboard: Asrock Z77 Extreme 4 – 14500 tk.
    RAM: 4 GB + 4 GB 1600MHz DDR3 – 5500 tk.
    HDD: 64GB SSD + 500GB Harddisk - 11,000 tk
    ODD: Samsung 22x DVD-RW – 1600 tk.
    GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 7970 3 GB DDR5 – 41000 tk.
    Case: TT Commander – 5000 tk.
    PSU: Thermaltake Smart 550 watt – 7000 tk.
    Total: 108,600 BDT
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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWX View Post
    As far as i know it's price is 3.5k
    ay! Twinmos Twister 2000Mhz naa lageaa, G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 1600 (PC3 12800)=4.5k lagala valo hoy naa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWX View Post
    A masterpiece indeed but a few changes needed
    Go for the MSI B75 and the twinmos twister 2000 MHZ ....and don't take 3550 as it has only 200 mhz more core clock but costs extra 2k and it is the hottest processor in the IB generation
    not going to advice you against the choice of your case but think carefully before buying it because you don't want to regret after
    good suggestion but...twinmos twister 2000mhz ki b75 e support dibe???b75 1600mhz porjnto support dae afaik,...


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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    good suggestion but...twinmos twister 2000mhz ki b75 e support dibe???b75 1600mhz porjnto support dae afaik,...
    MSI B75MA-P45>DDR3 1066/1333,1600*/1800*/2000*/2200*/2400*(OC, 22nm CPU required)

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    ow...thnx man...ami eta jantam na...


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    looking for medium range build.should i go for hd 7850 for 22k or gtx 660non ti(dont know if its avalable in bd).

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    Quote Originally Posted by FUNNY MAGNET View Post
    looking for medium range build.should i go for hd 7850 for 22k or gtx 660non ti(dont know if its avalable in bd).
    go for the 7850...as its cheap now...i bet when the non ti 660 is gonna b available in bd..its gonna cos more than 25k...


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    Any motherboard available with LGA 2011 socket?

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