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    I started the thread "Should I wait for this pc or not ?" I think, if I wait for Haswell, new 8 series chipset, Ati 8000 series, refreshed kepler, it may take more than Hune/July and even then, the price may be sky-touching. So, I think it'll be wise to buy now since most of the above upgrades won't be of a significant improvement. Here it is, Intel Core i5 3550 19500
    Asrock Z77 Xtreme6 16000
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    Ati 7970 Crossfired 85000
    Samsung Optical Drive 1600
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    3xMonitor 3 monitors..If each is 15000, then a total 45000 and The rig is about 234K. But my greatest concern is graphics card. Since I'll be playing at a higher resolution Vram is a higher concern and ati 7900 cards have 3GB onboard and 384 bit memory. However, Ati has a serious problem regarding drivers, crossfire, heat and noise problem. In this case, NVidia is quite efficient. However, they only have 2GB memory which may hold back at a higher resolution, some say. Is there any 670 with 4gb version in bd ? There is a 680 gtx 4gb but that costs about 56000 and sli then will be too costly. What do you think ?
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    With that i5 3550 and Dual HD7970 Setup, you'll be hitting a bottleneck in no time. Get a 3750k and overclock it when you do get bottlenecked. Do you really need 3x displays? If not you could've saved up alot there and got a better system all together. Either way, depends on how you game. If you like to game on an multi monitor setup then be it.
    Last of all, post photos of your setup after you've purchased it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    With that i5 3550 and Dual HD7970 Setup, you'll be hitting a bottleneck in no time. Get a 3750k and overclock it when you do get bottlenecked. Do you really need 3x displays? If not you could've saved up alot there and got a better system all together. Either way, depends on how you game. If you like to game on an multi monitor setup then be it.
    Last of all, post photos of your setup after you've purchased it.
    You sure, I will be bottlenecked ? I have no intention to overclock. Yes, I wish to play on a 3 monitor setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swagata View Post
    You sure, I will be bottlenecked ? I have no intention to overclock. Yes, I wish to play on a 3 monitor setup.
    Yeah, you will probably have a little FPS drop on CPU intensive games. I'm not quite sure though since your resolution will behigher than average, you might or might not have bottlenecks, but I'd take a overclockable CPU just in case.
    However, Ati has a serious problem regarding drivers, crossfire, heat and noise problem. In this case, NVidia is quite efficient. However, they only have 2GB memory which may hold back at a higher resolution, some say. Is there any 670 with 4gb version in bd ? There is a 680 gtx 4gb but that costs about 56000 and sli then will be too costly. What do you think ?
    Crossfire is much more stable now. Nvidia reference cards will be noisy too, with custom cards its a completely different story though. AMD has been good with their drivers recently, and heat, well yeah current gen Nvidia cards are more efficient and produce less heat but its not a huge gap. And no, there is no 4GB GTX670 available here, and honestly since you are going for a triple monitor setup I'd go with the 3GB AMD cards instead of the 2GB Nvidia ones, though if you do get a 4GB 670/680 at a reasonable price, then you can go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    Yeah, you will probably have a little FPS drop on CPU intensive games. I'm not quite sure though since your resolution will behigher than average, you might or might not have bottlenecks, but I'd take a overclockable CPU just in case.

    Crossfire is much more stable now. Nvidia reference cards will be noisy too, with custom cards its a completely different story though. AMD has been good with their drivers recently, and heat, well yeah current gen Nvidia cards are more efficient and produce less heat but its not a huge gap. And no, there is no 4GB GTX670 available here, and honestly since you are going for a triple monitor setup I'd go with the 3GB AMD cards instead of the 2GB Nvidia ones, though if you do get a 4GB 670/680 at a reasonable price, then you can go for it.
    Overclock will need a better board, better cooling and violating warranty is also there. I prefer not to. There is Asus 7950 Direct2cu which has a greater cooling system. The 7970 that I found on UCC website, it seems a reference Sapphire design and I am concerned it'll produce more heat. Is there any Asus 7970 ? Also, you think the mobo is available and good ?

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    The Ext6 is a good enough board for overclocking, and get a Hyper 212 Evo worth 3k. As for warranty, don't worry about it, just don't burn the chip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swagata View Post
    Overclock will need a better board, better cooling and violating warranty is also there. I prefer not to. There is Asus 7950 Direct2cu which has a greater cooling system. The 7970 that I found on UCC website, it seems a reference Sapphire design and I am concerned it'll produce more heat. Is there any Asus 7970 ? Also, you think the mobo is available and good ?
    That HD7950 is way overpriced. No, there are no ASUS HD7970s here I know of. Overclocking cannot be detected, not by the fools we have at the RMA department here, unless you burn something. Make sure you revert to defaults before claiming warranty if needed. The Extreme6 should be a pretty good board for overclocking.

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    Xtreme6 should easily handle a 4.5-4.7 GHz OC.

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    ^LOL?!
    Depending on your luck and cooling (Matters more for Ivy Bridge) you should be able to hit 5GHz+ if you know what to tweak.

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    ivy bridge core i7 must

    tripple monitor keno? taka khoroch kore ekta bhalo dekhe 3d tv(42"+) kinen 3d support+good aspect ratio= good games+3d movies

    try getting gtx 680sli...

    and get a expensive casing if you wanna show off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    ivy bridge core i7 must

    tripple monitor keno? taka khoroch kore ekta bhalo dekhe 3d tv(42"+) kinen 3d support+good aspect ratio= good games+3d movies

    try getting gtx 680sli...

    and get a expensive casing if you wanna show off
    1. An i5 will do just as good in terms of gaming. If the i5 bottlenecks, there is a good chance the i7 will do too. So overclock the i5 and save some cash there.
    2. Higher resolution, better field of view.
    3. A HD7970 Crossfire setup is better if he wants to get dual displays and besides the GTX680 is way overpriced here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    ^LOL?!
    Depending on your luck and cooling (Matters more for Ivy Bridge) you should be able to hit 5GHz+ if you know what to tweak.
    The OP is already in fear of the warranty being void by OC , thats why mentioned a moderate OC , more over with the 212 evo being suggested the luck required required to cross 4.7 with ivy is even more .

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    7950 cfx can also do the job as well, also will help u to buy those 3 monitors
    get K series i5 with premade water cooler

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    just 2 get u started
    Last edited by samiulislam16; January 7th, 2013 at 18:23.


    Guess what??? scan it??:

    Good enough GAMING RIG

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    If I were you I would have bought Processor core i7, 2xSSd's, 256GB SSD + 128 GB SSD + WD black 2 TB HDD. Also you assumed each monitor of your 3x monitor setup to be 15K.....but any monitor more than 20 inch will be 18K+ and why not use a 27-28 inch single monitor instead if you crossfire two top GPU's. Also good brand 1200VA UPS is 6.5k+..and you are using good sound card then why not a better sound system? And other than doing crossfire it is better if you get dual GPU GTX 690

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    @samiulislam16 may I ask you which casing is that in your picture? Is it available in BD?
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    @samiulislam16 may I ask you which casing is that in your picture? Is it available in BD?
    dats Corsair 600t and yep its available

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    Quote Originally Posted by radeef View Post
    @samiulislam16 may I ask you which casing is that in your picture? Is it available in BD?
    dats Corsair 600t and yep its available


    Guess what??? scan it??:

    Good enough GAMING RIG

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    Overclocking is not the question. I can get a Corsair H60 later. But right now, I don't want to focus on overclocking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    ivy bridge core i7 must

    tripple monitor keno? taka khoroch kore ekta bhalo dekhe 3d tv(42"+) kinen 3d support+good aspect ratio= good games+3d movies

    try getting gtx 680sli...

    and get a expensive casing if you wanna show off
    i7/i5 doesn't make a significant difference in gaming. I'll stick with this i5. Isn't it cool on a triple monitor set up ? 42inch+ 3D TV... What are you suggesting ? Model, price ? About 680 Sli, the 2GB version will cost me 100K. But for a higher resolution VRAM s way important. 4GB 680 SLI will cost me 112k. I can't afford the 2GB version, let alone the 4GB version. For NVidia, it'd be cool if there was a 4GB 670. Or else, I'll stick with 7950/970 cf. I don't want to show off. I want a casing with decent cooling because ATI cards will produce more heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    1. An i5 will do just as good in terms of gaming. If the i5 bottlenecks, there is a good chance the i7 will do too. So overclock the i5 and save some cash there.
    2. Higher resolution, better field of view.
    3. A HD7970 Crossfire setup is better if he wants to get dual displays and besides the GTX680 is way overpriced here.
    1. I am pretty sure I won't face any bottleneck problem. 2. I agree. 3. I agree again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samiulislam16 View Post
    7950 cfx can also do the job as well, also will help u to buy those 3 monitors
    get K series i5 with premade water cooler

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    just 2 get u started
    I know, 7950 cf can also do the work and it'll cost me less. There are nt much of an improvement between 7950/7970 cf. I plan to get a water cooler later. But not right now with this budget. Hmm. It seems I'll need a wider space to fit 3 monitor. Thanks for the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radeef View Post
    If I were you I would have bought Processor core i7, 2xSSd's, 256GB SSD + 128 GB SSD + WD black 2 TB HDD. Also you assumed each monitor of your 3x monitor setup to be 15K.....but any monitor more than 20 inch will be 18K+ and why not use a 27-28 inch single monitor instead if you crossfire two top GPU's. Also good brand 1200VA UPS is 6.5k+..and you are using good sound card then why not a better sound system? And other than doing crossfire it is better if you get dual GPU GTX 690

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    @samiulislam16 may I ask you which casing is that in your picture? Is it available in BD?
    Core i7, 2 SSD, WD Black 2TB; Can I hold them under 200K ? How about this ? http://www.globalbrand.com.bd/gbpl/a...d-monitor.html I can always use a single monitor. But isn't it better to have a 3 monitor set up ? I guess I can spare a little bit more for the UPS. So, you think with that Logitech Z506, I won't be able to find any difference between onboard audio and that sound card ? GTX 690 available in bd ? Which brand and cost ?

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    get the triple monitor setup.........7950 nile easily nite parba
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    Quote Originally Posted by radeef View Post
    And other than doing crossfire it is better if you get dual GPU GTX 690
    A dual GTX680 setup is much much better, less heat, more overclocking headroom, etc. But if you want bragging rights, then its a completely different topic. And a HD7970 crossfire setup is better than that because of the extra VRAM. He'll surly need that on a multi monitor setup.

    As for the sound system, I'd take a Mircolab Solo 7c over that.

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    And as the other guy pointed, you could save a bit there by taking 2x HD7950s.

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    >I'd highly recommend 7950 cFx over 7970 cFx. Same goes for 670 SLI over 680 SLI.

    >Triple monitor setup is good, but think again. I myself would have chosen a badass 120hz monitor if I had that budget.

    >Go for at least a 128gb SSD. HDD is the least of my concern. Spend money on that if you have some left.

    >Don't buy z506, check some reviews if you doubt my suggestion. Solo-7c should be your choice. Logi z623 is there too.

    >Do not ¤¤¤¤ing buy a 690, go for a 670 SLI setup instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    A dual GTX680 setup is much much better, less heat, more overclocking headroom, etc. But if you want bragging rights, then its a completely different topic. And a HD7970 crossfire setup is better than that because of the extra VRAM. He'll surly need that on a multi monitor setup.

    As for the sound system, I'd take a Mircolab Solo 7c over that.

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    And as the other guy pointed, you could save a bit there by taking 2x HD7950s.
    7970 is better than 680 in a 3 monitor set up. But surely 680's have their advantages; reliable SLI. But I can't afford 2 680. Microlab Solo 7c ? That's a 2.0 speaker. How can that be better than 5.1 Logitech Z506 ?

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