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    Hullo,

    I am fairly new to Startech, like I have always known them but this time I am thinking about buying from them. So I was wondering if the community could give me some information about them like how is their products, how is the quality, how are their prebuilt gaming PCs.

    Also, I am willing to buy this gaming PC from them - https://www.startech.com.bd/gaming-pc-04 . Do you guys think it can handle modern day games and the configurations are perfect? Will I face any difficulities/issues with this?

    Good day!
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    I'm sure experienced BG members can suggest better config than that in 70k budget.

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    I would have said yeah if it wasn't providing crap like Gamdias KB&M bundle. Overall, this looks like you just saving around 3-4K. BD sucks with offering better PC component offers in all honesty.

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    its like buying a console , everything is so ready it doesn't feel like buying something . the feeling you get while choosing your parts by doing market research and reading the reviews not a single pre-build can beat that .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    I would have said yeah if it wasn't providing crap like Gamdias KB&M bundle. Overall, this looks like you just saving around 3-4K. BD sucks with offering better PC component offers in all honesty.
    70k er pc te atleast gtx 1060 na thakle kemon jani lage :/

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    Ryzen based hoile eto daamer hoito na. Z370 board tai to at least 14-15k howar kotha. :headpalm:

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    70k for a 1050 Ti? Seriously?

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    Welcome to BanglaGamer.

    Since you are new to pc gaming, I'll set out some basic points for you:

    1. Avoid prebuilt systems (most are crap and fully unbalanced in terms of performance of CPU and GPU etc)

    2. To make the most out of your hard-earned cash, it is better to buy individual parts and put them together. Assuming that you don't have the experience of building pcs, you could easily hire anyone from any renowned computer shop to do that for you.

    3. As with everything, you have to make a compromise, meaning that, unlike consoles, PCs need some attention to detail when planning to purchase. So u gotta invest some time and energy into research.

    4. Therefore, you have come to the right place, we have a lot of knowleadgeable ppl here who would be eager to help you build the best rig based on ur budget.

    PCs take love and passion to fully come alive. That's what sets pc gamers apart from that of consoles.

    P.S. I'm surprised no one pointed it out: the i5-8400(locked cpu) is paired with a Z370 mobo lol. Talk abt waste of money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf_i7X View Post
    Welcome to BanglaGamer.

    Since you are new to pc gaming, I'll set out some basic points for you:

    1. Avoid prebuilt systems (most are crap and fully unbalanced in terms of performance of CPU and GPU etc)

    2. To make the most out of your hard-earned cash, it is better to buy individual parts and put them together. Assuming that you don't have the experience of building pcs, you could easily hire anyone from any renowned computer shop to do that for you.

    3. As with everything, you have to make a compromise, meaning that, unlike consoles, PCs need some attention to detail when planning to purchase. So u gotta invest some time and energy into research.

    4. Therefore, you have come to the right place, we have a lot of knowleadgeable ppl here who would be eager to help you build the best rig based on ur budget.

    PCs take love and passion to fully come alive. That's what sets pc gamers apart from that of consoles.

    P.S. I'm surprised no one pointed it out: the i5-8400(locked cpu) is paired with a Z370 mobo lol. Talk abt waste of money.

    actually there is no budget motherboards were released from intel for coffee lake series

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    actually there is no budget motherboards were released from intel for coffee lake series
    yeah, thats why i think its a waste. Better to wait for budget boards or go for Ryzen becuz the extra money saved could be used to get other better parts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf_i7X View Post
    yeah, thats why i think its a waste. Better to wait for budget boards or go for Ryzen becuz the extra money saved could be used to get other better parts
    on the other hand even if you save some money on that way you ain't getting a gtx 1060 anyway (37k almost half of his budget) so saving up and upgrading on something better may be could add an ssd but hardly matters , atleast z370 means better support on higher bus ram support and what not may be a better look and space :v

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    on the other hand even if you save some money on that way you ain't getting a gtx 1060 anyway (37k almost half of his budget) so saving up and upgrading on something better may be could add an ssd but hardly matters , atleast z370 means better support on higher bus ram support and what not may be a better look and space :v
    all boils down to the purchaser's needs
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    Quote Originally Posted by RRubberYet_ View Post
    Hullo,

    I am fairly new to Startech, like I have always known them but this time I am thinking about buying from them. So I was wondering if the community could give me some information about them like how is their products, how is the quality, how are their prebuilt gaming PCs.

    Also, I am willing to buy this gaming PC from them - https://www.startech.com.bd/gaming-pc-04 . Do you guys think it can handle modern day games and the configurations are perfect? Will I face any difficulities/issues with this?

    Good day!
    Just follow his advice from below/

    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf_i7X View Post
    Welcome to BanglaGamer.

    Since you are new to pc gaming, I'll set out some basic points for you:

    1. Avoid prebuilt systems (most are crap and fully unbalanced in terms of performance of CPU and GPU etc)

    2. To make the most out of your hard-earned cash, it is better to buy individual parts and put them together. Assuming that you don't have the experience of building pcs, you could easily hire anyone from any renowned computer shop to do that for you.

    3. As with everything, you have to make a compromise, meaning that, unlike consoles, PCs need some attention to detail when planning to purchase. So u gotta invest some time and energy into research.

    4. Therefore, you have come to the right place, we have a lot of knowleadgeable ppl here who would be eager to help you build the best rig based on ur budget.

    PCs take love and passion to fully come alive. That's what sets pc gamers apart from that of consoles.

    P.S. I'm surprised no one pointed it out: the i5-8400(locked cpu) is paired with a Z370 mobo lol. Talk abt waste of money.
    100% Legit concern. OP should consider Ryzen and yes, please remove that RGB ram sh*t from the list as well.

    *Remove Intel i5 8400 and replace with Ryzen 5 1300x = SAVE BDT 3,700 (Review by Anandtech)
    *Remove Asrock Z370 Pro4 and replace with ASRock AB350M Pro4 = Save BDT 4,500 (Review by Timmy Joe PC Tech)
    *Remove GEIL Super Luce (RGB Bullcr*p) and replace with Corsair Vengeance® LPX 4GB (2x4GB) DDR = Add BDT 600 more

    or

    *Remove GEIL Super Luce (RGB Bullcr*p) and replace with Team Elite 8GB DDR4 2400Mhz = Save BDT 500

    Either way you are good to save over BDT 8,000 ~ 9000 taka from these changes and put that money on GPU upgrade from given Gtx 1050 ti to something better later on.
    Welcome to BG by the way.
    Last edited by Billybuoy; March 18th, 2018 at 02:46.

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    Get 8GB modules rather than 4GB x 2. You'll have more upgrade options down the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Get 8GB modules rather than 4GB x 2. You'll have more upgrade options down the road.
    Why not 4GB x 4 RAM? Dual channel is important right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Why not 4GB x 4 RAM? Dual channel is important right?
    Not as fast anymore or doesn't put that much of a dent anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Why not 4GB x 4 RAM? Dual channel is important right?
    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Not as fast anymore or doesn't put that much of a dent anymore.

    NB: Due to the limitation of AMD Ryzen processors, memory frequencies higher than DDR4 2666 MHz are supported only when using one DIMM per channel.

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    Single Dual Channel works perfectly fine with frequencies higher than 2666mhz.

    https://valid.x86.fr/knsb04

    There are issues when 4 DIMMs are used though.

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