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    Hi everyone! Posting after a long time coz I need your help once again! Looking to build a gaming pc soon, nothing fancy but a decent one that'll let me game at high settings at 1080p level. I think you can understand from this that the budget isn't much (50-60k max) and I will be needing a full setup including a monitor. What are my prospects?

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    Looking at Tom's hardware's BEST PC Builds articles, they suggest the below build. I checked the prices for the items at Star Tech and Ryan's Computers since these were the only two stores I remember being good. I don't know what reliable stores there are right now as I have been out of touch with the market for a really long time! Anyways, the suggestion was:


    Processor: Intel Core i3-8100 = 11,000tk
    Motherboard: Gigabyte H310M A | so I couldn't find this exact model in the online catalogues. they have the H310M H/H310M DS2V/H310M S2P all for the same price of 6,800tk and I honestly don't know the differences.
    RAM: G-Skill 8GB (1x8GB) DDR4-2666 = 4,600
    HDD: 1TB = 3,650
    SSD: i'm confused if i need it
    GPU: Radeon RX 580 8GB or nVidia 1660 6GB (no idea about which manufacturer to choose) = 26,000
    PSU: 450W (i don't really know about PSUs and their differences, so I am hoping for your valuable inputs will clarify this for me!) = 3,000
    Monitor: I like ASUS and Dell monitors, so I was thinking of getting a 21.5" 1080p one = 11,000
    UPS: 1200w one? = 5,000
    Casing: Something which looks good in the shop within 3k? = 3,000

    TOTAL = 74,050

    How is this build? And is it possible to cut down on some things to bring down the total to within my budget?

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    Ditch the UPS and upgrade to i5 8400. But 9400F would be cheaper. But then that requires the check if the boards come with the necessary bios to run the new CPU.

    Forget about RX 580. Get the GTX 1660.

    Get a decent 500-550w PSU. At least Antec VP500 or NeoEco 550w. Maybe even Cooler Master MWE Bronze 550w.

    8GB RAM is stretching it but you can increase it later at least.

    Some newer games (unoptimized pos more actually) need SSD for good playable experience.

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    Get an i5 or a Quad core CPU at least, dual core CPUs just don't cut it anymore and it's 2019. Going for a quad core will serve you better in the long run.

    Get a decent 500-550w PSU, and with the HDD money get an SSD for now. Get the HDD when you need more storage, unless you are downloading stuff all the time, get the HDD.

    Ditch the UPS for now, as it doesn't add much value to the system in terms of performance, a good PSU will take care of things in case of sudden power cuts or fluctuations. As for the monitor check the LG 22MK600M, and do check the HP and Philips 21.5s as well.

    The GPU is purely upt o you. I'd advise an Nvidia card but the prices seem to steep for the cards available right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Get an i5 or a Quad core CPU at least, dual core CPUs just don't cut it anymore and it's 2019. Going for a quad core will serve you better in the long run.

    Get a decent 500-550w PSU, and with the HDD money get an SSD for now. Get the HDD when you need more storage, unless you are downloading stuff all the time, get the HDD.

    Ditch the UPS for now, as it doesn't add much value to the system in terms of performance, a good PSU will take care of things in case of sudden power cuts or fluctuations. As for the monitor check the LG 22MK600M, and do check the HP and Philips 21.5s as well.

    The GPU is purely upt o you. I'd advise an Nvidia card but the prices seem to steep for the cards available right now.
    i3 8100 is Quad core btw (is case you haven't noticed)
    to OP: Ditch the UPS and HDD, get a better PSU and SSD. You can add HDD later but SSD is a must! (in my opinion)
    Also, since you are getting an external gpu, I would strongly recommend going for i5 9400F (14500 taka only)
    Why so Serious!

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    Thanks to all you for your suggestions! Judging by what you're saying, it's not possible to keep the budget within 60k and not even 70k! But i'll see what I can scrape together for the following:

    1. Processor - Intel Core i5-9400F = 15,400
    2. Motherboard - Asus Prime B360M-D = 8,500 (I don't know if it can support the 9th gen processors, so I have this as my backup - Asus Prime B365M-A = 9,300)
    3. RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 2400MHz = 4,400
    4. SSD - Samsung 860 EVO 250GB = 4,700
    5. GPU - Gigabyte GTX 1660 Gaming OC 6GB = 25,500
    6. PSU - Antec Neo Eco 550W = 5,000 or Cooler Master MWE 550W Bronze Certified = 4,800
    7. Monitor - ASUS VZ229HE 21.5" = 11,300

    TOTAL 74,800 OR 75,600 + 5k for Casing and Keyboard and Mouse

    Does it sound good enough? Also which store would you recommend I buy these from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aziz View Post
    Thanks to all you for your suggestions! Judging by what you're saying, it's not possible to keep the budget within 60k and not even 70k! But i'll see what I can scrape together for the following:

    1. Processor - Intel Core i5-9400F = 15,400
    2. Motherboard - Asus Prime B360M-D = 8,500 (I don't know if it can support the 9th gen processors, so I have this as my backup - Asus Prime B365M-A = 9,300)
    3. RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 2400MHz = 4,400
    4. SSD - Samsung 860 EVO 250GB = 4,700
    5. GPU - Gigabyte GTX 1660 Gaming OC 6GB = 25,500
    6. PSU - Antec Neo Eco 550W = 5,000 or Cooler Master MWE 550W Bronze Certified = 4,800
    7. Monitor - ASUS VZ229HE 21.5" = 11,300

    TOTAL 74,800 OR 75,600 + 5k for Casing and Keyboard and Mouse

    Does it sound good enough? Also which store would you recommend I buy these from?
    Sound about right! A friend of mine bought the Asus monitor a few months back, good colors and vibrant, but do look at the other monitors and make your decision. The Philips and HP monitors are good too in terms of visual quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -RAKIB- View Post
    i3 8100 is Quad core btw (is case you haven't noticed)
    to OP: Ditch the UPS and HDD, get a better PSU and SSD. You can add HDD later but SSD is a must! (in my opinion)
    Also, since you are getting an external gpu, I would strongly recommend going for i5 9400F (14500 taka only)
    Oh damn!

    i3s are now Quad cores? Then what is the difference between an i3 and an i5 now? I honestly didn't know that i3 was a quad core processor, been out of the loop for so long.

    Thanks for the heads up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aziz View Post
    Thanks to all you for your suggestions! Judging by what you're saying, it's not possible to keep the budget within 60k and not even 70k! But i'll see what I can scrape together for the following:

    1. Processor - Intel Core i5-9400F = 15,400
    2. Motherboard - Asus Prime B360M-D = 8,500 (I don't know if it can support the 9th gen processors, so I have this as my backup - Asus Prime B365M-A = 9,300)
    3. RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 2400MHz = 4,400
    4. SSD - Samsung 860 EVO 250GB = 4,700
    5. GPU - Gigabyte GTX 1660 Gaming OC 6GB = 25,500
    6. PSU - Antec Neo Eco 550W = 5,000 or Cooler Master MWE 550W Bronze Certified = 4,800
    7. Monitor - ASUS VZ229HE 21.5" = 11,300

    TOTAL 74,800 OR 75,600 + 5k for Casing and Keyboard and Mouse

    Does it sound good enough? Also which store would you recommend I buy these from?
    i am very doubtful why you are choosing intel cpu when it is mostly locked and have high possibility to be the first victim of spectre meltdown attacks . i am highly suggesting you to go for amd based setup it is highly efficient in your budget build but also have future possibilities to overclock to get close or even better performance of it's counter part from intel . 2600 is an excellent choice in that regards and also very similar priced, on gpu part get atleast gtx 1660ti . i am personally using the galax 1660ti EX and loving every bits of it and this is the fastest gpu within 28k budget and also recommended to run on a 450w psu so you can easily fit any 500w psu within 4k budget to get that gpu . On regards of the asus monitor it doesn't come with a HDMI cable and it has color accuracy issue particularly in black and white compared to HP or dell monitor the color accuracy is lighter (amazon customer reviews suggests that and also some reviews) so try to avoid that unless you test the monitors in shop and that's all i can suggest , get the setup and play to your fullest !! happy gaming

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post

    Oh damn!

    i3s are now Quad cores? Then what is the difference between an i3 and an i5 now? I honestly didn't know that i3 was a quad core processor, been out of the loop for so long.

    Thanks for the heads up!


    i5's are 6 cores now (except few models)
    Last edited by Dracu_JeF; 4 Days Ago at 00:50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Sound about right! A friend of mine bought the Asus monitor a few months back, good colors and vibrant, but do look at the other monitors and make your decision. The Philips and HP monitors are good too in terms of visual quality.

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    Oh damn!

    i3s are now Quad cores? Then what is the difference between an i3 and an i5 now? I honestly didn't know that i3 was a quad core processor, been out of the loop for so long.

    Thanks for the heads up!
    i5's are 6 cores now, thanks to AMD, Intel started increasing core count from 8th Gen i series.
    Why so Serious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dracu_JeF View Post
    i5's are 6 cores now (except few models)
    I honestly did not know that.

    Quote Originally Posted by -RAKIB- View Post
    i5's are 6 cores now, thanks to AMD, Intel started increasing core count from 8th Gen i series.
    Which is a good thing, no? Because eventually all the developers will start to use more cores which is a win win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    I honestly did not know that.



    Which is a good thing, no? Because eventually all the developers will start to use more cores which is a win win.
    Quad core is already starting to die. Specially in AAA games and games built on Unreal Engine 4.

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    Almost all new games get bottlenecked in quad core CPUs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Quad core is already starting to die. Specially in AAA games and games built on Unreal Engine 4.

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    Almost all new games get bottlenecked in quad core CPUs.
    Dang I thought I would hold on to my 4670k for atleast 2 more years. :'(

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Dang I thought I would hold on to my 4670k for atleast 2 more years. :'(
    You might get bottlenecked, but you will still be able to get playable framerate.

    Try to hold on until the release of next gen consoles. Buying a CPU now will result in a console like sup par experience on next gen games [ps5 gen ports] .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami 1999 View Post
    You might get bottlenecked, but you will still be able to get playable framerate.

    Try to hold on until the release of next gen consoles. Buying a CPU now will result in a console like sup par experience on next gen games [ps5 gen ports] .
    Thanks I might do just that. Any word on the release for the next gen consoles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Thanks I might do just that. Any word on the release for the next gen consoles?
    There have been some rumor going on about how sony will release ps5 in mid 2020. And with how ps4 got cracked now, I guess 20/21 is a safe bet.

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