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    Cool Suggest to buy high end PC. Budget: 2500 usd.

    My Budget is 2500 USD.

    And i am seeking your suggestion for a gigantic configuration. The PC will be bought in USA.

    Thanks in advance, I know u guys are really very helpful about PC related stuffs .

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    BTW, Budget can be increased up to 3000 USD.

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    2500 usd? Seriously?
    U can build an X79 system with gtx 690 without breaking a sweat.

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    eshob dekhi TAKAr hatbazar....3000USD???!!!!! amar matha ghuraitese...


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    Gaming PC with Latest tech requires lot more than 3000 USD....anyway 3000 USD is adequate for a decent gaming PC

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    get a custom built falcon mach v pc. and 3 24" monitors from usa..

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    vai apni oi 500 usd amare dn...amio ekta kinna feli

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    Go for Z77 with top i7 processor, 2 SSD with RAID and 1HDD for backup, at least one 27'' 3D monitor, GTX680 SLI/GTX 690. i think those components can utilize ur money properly. Don't go for X79 its just waste of ur money proportion to performance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by radeef View Post
    Gaming PC with Latest tech requires lot more than 3000 USD....anyway 3000 USD is adequate for a decent gaming PC
    $3000 is enough for anything unless someone is a 'chhagol' and he thinks he has to prove it.$3000 for 'decent' gaming pc?buoyy u must have used some 'decent' pcs in your lifetime i guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by safa View Post
    My Budget is 2500 USD.

    And i am seeking your suggestion for a gigantic configuration. The PC will be bought in USA.

    Thanks in advance, I know u guys are really very helpful about PC related stuffs .

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    BTW, Budget can be increased up to 3000 USD.
    With monitor?a multi monitor setup is a must with monster specs.
    ami chhoto amake marbenna.-_- shob _ buira_gamer_

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    3000$ budget!!! :O

    i think he must buy a 3D TV above 41" for this budget

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    ok,, let me explain

    my friend is doing his phd in USA.

    his professor told him to buy a PC within $3000 sponsored by the varsity

    money will not directly given to the owner, they will pay the bill

    (afsus,, taka koida direct dile valu hoito )

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    In that case buy a alienware high end laptop if desktop is not a necessity.

    If desktop is preferred, a brand high end PC would be best.
    The abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power.
    Please do not PM me for support. You will NOT get a reply. Post in the relevant forum section.

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    whatever u do dont forget to get that gtx 690 in ur pc.

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    So many comments but nobody gave him what he actually wanted- A Config! I won't be able to either cos the amount is making my tummy hurt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by safa View Post
    ok,, let me explain

    my friend is doing his phd in USA.

    his professor told him to buy a PC within $3000 sponsored by the varsity

    money will not directly given to the owner, they will pay the bill

    (afsus,, taka koida direct dile valu hoito )
    i think university doesnt grant 3k for gaming pc.
    buy a workstation with xeon, ecc ram, quadro et.c which will be productive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    i think university doesnt grant 3k for gaming pc.
    buy a workstation with xeon, ecc ram, quadro et.c which will be productive.
    YEAH AGREED, buy pc with xeons and nvidia quardo gfx, forget about the i7 and geforce part

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    thanks a lot everybody..
    lots of info......
    it wud be more helpful to get lilbit specific suggestion

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    http://www.cyberpowerpc.com
    Tell him to go over here and choose for himself. These people are quite popular in custom made pc arena.

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    As expected, people saw the budget and put out whatever crazy names they could come up with.

    And as ironic as it may sound, you actually have little choices if you want to fully use the money. I'll just put in some suggestions for most value (yes ironic again), other components you can decide on yourself. I will assume gaming is your priority.

    GPU(s):


    Don't get a 690, it's potential is limited.

    Get 2x 4GB GTX680. Thermal limits and performance will easily be higher than any 690. Why Nvidia? Because SLI > CF, most reviewers have confirmed that SLI gives a smoother experience compared to CF despite it's lower average FPS. You can see for yourself here: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...re,2995-5.html

    It's a bit old but recent reviews of hardware confirmed the very same thing, but no graphs are provided. You can check HardOCP SLI or Crossfire GPU reviews for confirmation.

    Don't just get any GTX680 though. I wouldn't even recommend EVGA ones since they use a blower cooler.

    I can personally vouch for ASUS' cooler, top notch performance and very silent. You can look at GIGABYTE's Windforce offerings as well.

    Monitor(s):

    If you want this for work, then get 3x 1920x1080 IPS monitors.

    But for gaming, get a 2560x1440 monitor instead. Because the support for Surround is poor.

    Have a look at Dell U2713HM. http://www.anandtech.com/show/6308/d...out-of-the-box
    On Newegg for $740

    These 2 things will eat up about $1900. If you need to scale back, keep the monitor but get 2x 4GB GTX670 instead. That will trim off about $100.

    That's all I have for you. I would've recommended a processor but the only viable option is the 3770K, but with Haswell coming I don't want to suggest anything.

    But don't overdo on the Motherboard, Casing (<$200; $150 even better), RAMs (not above 16GB) and CPU coolers. Get a decent Air cooler if you want more performance, or a Closed loop water cooler if you want more silence. High end RAMs and what not are BS, and I'm sure you won't have much use for high overclocking ability of RAMs which end up making <2% difference anyway.

    Edit: Almost forgot, get a 256GB SSD and a 1TB HDD. SSD prices have dropped significantly and 240GB+ can be had for about $150.
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    $3000 is enough for anything unless someone is a 'chhagol' and he thinks he has to prove it.$3000 for 'decent' gaming pc?buoyy u must have used some 'decent' pcs in your lifetime i guess
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