suggest a gaming pc without monitor,ups,keyboard,mouse within 80000tk
suggest a gaming pc without monitor,ups,keyboard,mouse within 80000tk..............parts should be available in Bangladesh......by available i mean widely available...........
Last edited by saurav; March 10th, 2013 at 16:26.
Cpu: intel core i7 3770 26k
Mobo: Gigabyte b75 D3H 6.8k
Ram: Twinmos 4*2 1600 3.4k
HDD: Hitachi 500 4.8k
GPU: sapphire 7950 dual x 29k
PSU: Cooler Master GX550 6.3k
Case:Thermaltake Commander GS-II 3.8k
sapphire 7950 to ucc 32000 er niche sell kortese na....how about 1tb hdd and core i5 3470? and cooler master psu suck as far i know.....
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thx for the suggestion
no offence but i also heard about that and did a bit research about this saying that cm psu sucks and found out a lot of evidences, also compared to other brands cm psu are really very low rated, so it would be better to pick up a corsair or antec product as they are widely available in bd and there is no doubt about corsair as well as antec psus.
Originally Posted by Ghost Riley
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well cpu is not that important for gaming in real, most of the games out here now are gpu dependent, so i would like to suggest buy a 7950 whatever it entails, and for that sacrifice i7 and grab a i5 3570, and if u r not into oc, no point of getting a k series cpu
but if u can manage some extra cash, then why not an i7, but if u can't increase ur budget, choose a good gpu over cpu.
how about a tharmaltake toughpower xt675....it has good ratings
I5 3470 16k
msi b75 6.5k
4gb ddr3 2k
hitachi 1tb 6.8k
cm gs2 3.8k
tt non moduler smart 650w 7.5k
samsung odd 1.5k
gigabyte/msi gtx 670 37k
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