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    Well my papa may get a chance to visit the USA, his visa is waiting and chances are high for his travel. I want to bring some product from usa within 60-70$, but which one should i choose
    my pc is being used for gaming only, so should i choose a 32gb ssd, or 8 gb vengence ram? my current spec follows
    core i7 2600k on cm hyper 212 evo
    8 gb ddr3 1333 mhz ram
    7200rpm 500 gb hdd
    which one would improve my gaming performance?? ssd or ram? pls help

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    well take an ssd...its really pricey here...and RAM 8gb what u have is ok...in real gaming the difference isn't understandable.....plus bd te corsair vorti...and ssd ta best hobe neoa though 64 gb ud be a lot better

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    SSD nawa better decision, ram pore eikhan theke nawa jabe.. but take ateast 64GB

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    get a 64GB Intel or Crucial SSD as they are expensive in BD. Changing RAMs won't give you that much noticeable performance boost. specially vengeance series.

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    Yes buy SSD and push your limit further if possible buy 64 GB or go higher 128GB. SSD will be a good choice to buy from there
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    Don't get either if those are your only two choices. 32GB SSD isn't enough and RAM prices aren't too bad in BD (all RAMs are the same regardless of brand unless you OC for <1% difference).

    If you do get an SSD, get a 128GB one, but don't expect boosts in your games. Just shorter load times and much snappier feel in Windows. FPS will remain the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Don't get either if those are your only two choices. 32GB SSD isn't enough and RAM prices aren't too bad in BD (all RAMs are the same regardless of brand unless you OC for <1% difference).

    If you do get an SSD, get a 128GB one, but don't expect boosts in your games. Just shorter load times and much snappier feel in Windows. FPS will remain the same.
    Nope, it prevents sudden fps drops when loading large textures like Skyrim and Crysis 3.

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    Don't see how that can happen with a 7200rpm drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Nope, it prevents sudden fps drops when loading large textures like Skyrim and Crysis 3.
    finished skyrim about a year ago, didn't try much of crysis 3, but didn't experience sudden fps drop as mentioned, sorry to say.

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    pixels & vertices are loaded from vram and then handled by texture units. hdd has nothing to do here.
    unless the hdd is faulty there are no possibility for it to be a cause of fps drop.
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    It "might" happen if you go over board with mods, but the same would apply for SSDs as well, albeit a much much higher limit.

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    Bring a 128GB Crucial m4 or Samsung 830/840 SSD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alif View Post
    Bring a 128GB Crucial m4 or Samsung 830/840 SSD
    vai eto taka abbajan dibe na apatoto, so 40-60$ valo kisu suggest koren, btw i really do appreciate ur help

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    Quote Originally Posted by shafi View Post
    vai eto taka abbajan dibe na apatoto, so 40-60$ valo kisu suggest koren, btw i really do appreciate ur help
    Bro 32GB SSD kiner chaite na kinai valo,,,,try to get at least 64GB Crucial m4 SSD,,,,,,but choice is urs!!!

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    No need 2 buy 32GB SSD . Buy atleast 128GB .

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    It's weird how the prices of M4s went up.

    64GB SSDs from ADATA and SanDisk should be within your budget. But it depends on where he'll buy it from, can he buy from online shops?

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    final verdict ta ki? konta nibo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    It's weird how the prices of M4s went up.

    64GB SSDs from ADATA and SanDisk should be within your budget. But it depends on where he'll buy it from, can he buy from online shops?
    i think he won't, as he loves roaming around in shops, and not much of an expert in online orders, i can order it and assign his address, but don't think he will agree to it and wanna buy himself.
    suggest a good shop pls, i will ask him which places the authority will allow him to travel. But new york is confirmed so far i know as well as boston most probably, he will visit some other places which i can't recall ryt now, will ask him and post as soon as possible
    Btw thanx a lot vaia for ur help, i will give rep everyone posting in this forum after a final verdict.

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    Most shops don't carry all brands of SSDs. He'll have the most luck at Micro Center. that's the best PC hardware shop I've seen so far. But their prices might be different than what you see in online shops + it might not have a branch close to where your dad's travelling.

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    Im not sure if a harddrive would have anything to do with stuttering or whatsoever, I mean if that was the case wouldn't slower ram also be a cause, stuttering is because of min fps drops and ¤¤¤¤, why that happens is a lengthy explanation and one that I would like to avoid, games with massive mods won't even stutter unless you are vram limited, afaik.

    The only thing an ssd will do is make your boot times faster and windows will be over all much faster, but in terms of real 'benchmarks' not a difference, ram makes a difference in benching but not a huge one (negligible to be precise), faster ram does give more consistent scores on benches but nowdays its such of an issue.

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    honestly might as well as get a keyboard if you are limited to 70 usd, because you can't get a big enough ssd with that low of a price, but you can get a cm storm quick fire rapid, a board that has been made by one of the best mechanical keyboard manufacturers in the world, costar;
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