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    Thumbs down Buying a Gaming PC for different budgets

    Last Update: 7th October 2009

    The focus is primarily gaming rigs, for PC's with other uses, mention your needs in the thread and an appropriate specification will certainly be given. If your budget falls in the middle of any two recommendations, mention it and maybe one or two components may be changed and a specification given. Also, speakers are excluded, as i think many people keep these intact for a couple of PC purchases. Monitor recommendations have been given based on the resolution the GPU can handle smoothly, so even though its up to the end user to choose whats right for them, do choose wisely. Without further ado, lets move on

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    Budget Gaming Rig (Around 23,500)

    CPU configuration:

    • Intel E5300 [2.6GHz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 5200
    • Motherboard: Choose between:
      1. Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2C or GA-G31M-ES2L [G31]- 3800
      2. ASUS P5KPL-AM [G31] - 3800
    • GPU: Choose between:
      1. Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4650 512MB DDR3 - 4,800 [Avoid 1GB models]
      2. Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4670 512MB DDR3 - 5,300 [Recommended] [Avoid 1GB models]
    • Hard Disk: Choose between:
      1. Samsung 250GB F1 (8MB Cache, 7200RPM) - 3000
      2. Western Digital Caviar Blue 250GB (8MB Cache, 7200RPM) - 3000 [Avoid Caviar Green]
      3. Samsung 320GB F1 (8MB Cache, 7200RPM) - 3400
      4. Western Digital Caviar Blue 320GB (8MB Cache, 7200RPM) - 3400 [Avoid Caviar Green]
    • 1x2GB DDR2 800Mhz RAM - 2100 [Transcend, PQI, A-Data or Twinmos]
    • SATA DVD ROM - 1400
    • Casing + PSU - 2000 [Maxin, Goldenfield, Mercury, Space and Delux are known brands]
    • Keyboard and Mouse - 600

    Recommended Monitor(s):
    • Choose between:
      1. 15" LCD (1024x768) - 7,800 [Need models]
      2. 17" LCD (1280x1024) - 8,500 [Need models]

    Price Breakdown:
    • CPU: Around 22,900 to 23,800
    • Monitor: Around 7,800 to 8,500
    • Total: 30,700 to 32,300

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    Mid-Low End Gaming Rig (Around 28,000 to 32,000)

    CPU configuration:

    • Intel E5300 [2.6GHz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 5200
    • Motherboard: Choose between:
      1. ASUS P5KPL-AM [G31] - 3800
      2. Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2C or GA-G31M-ES2L [G31] - 3800
    • GPU: Choose between:
      1. Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4670 512MB DDR3 - 5,300 [Avoid 1GB models]
      2. Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4830 512MB DDR3 - 8,300 [Avoid 1GB models]
    • Hard Disk: Choose between:
      1. Samsung 320GB F1 (8MB Cache, 7200RPM) - 3,400
      2. Western Digital Caviar Blue 320GB (8MB Cache, 7200RPM) - 3,400 [Avoid Caviar Green]
      3. Samsung 500GB F1 (8MB Cache, 7200RPM) - 4,300
      4. Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB (8MB Cache, 7200RPM) - 4,300 [Avoid Caviar Green]
    • 2x2GB DDR2 800mhz RAM - 4,200 (Transcend, PQI or Twinmos)
    • ASUS DVD-RW - 2,100
    • Delux Casing + PSU - 3,000 [make sure PSU given is the original Delux PSU]
    • Keyboard and Mouse - 1,000

    Recommended Monitor(s):
    • 17" LCD (1280x1024) - 8,500

    Price Breakdown:
    • CPU: Around 28,000 to 31,900
    • Monitor: Around 8,500
    • Total: 36,500 to 40,400

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    Midrange Gaming Rig (Around 37,000 to 40,500)

    CPU configuration:
    • Intel E5300 [2.6GHz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 5,200
    • Motherboard: Choose between
      1. ASUS P5QPL-AM [G41] - 5,500
      2. Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L [G41] - 5500
    • GPU: Choose between:
      1. Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4850 512MB DDR3 - 9,500
      2. XFX Radeon HD4850 XXX (650 Core) 512MB DDR3 - 10,000
      3. Sapphire Radeon HD4850 TOXIC (675/2200MHz Core/Memory) 512MB DDR3 - 10,000
    • Hard Disk: Choose between
      1. Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB [8MB, 7200RPM] - 4,300 [Avoid Caviar Green]
      2. 500GB Samsung F1 [8MB, 7200RPM] - 4,300
      3. 640GB Samsung F1 [16MB,7200 RPM] - 5,300
    • 2x2GB DDR2 800mhz RAM[Transcend, PQI or Twinmos] - 4,200
    • ASUS DVD-RW - 2,100
    • Choose between:
      1. Thermaltake 400W PSU [Litepower 400W] - 3,300
      2. Thermaltake 420W PSU [TR2 420W] - 4,300
    • Any casing of your choice [Delux preferred, buy without PSU if possible] - 2,000 to 3,000
    • Keyboard and Mouse - 1,000

    Recommended Monitor(s):
    • 20" Widescreen LCD (1600x900) [Model: Samsung SyncMaster P2053 16:9] - 11,000

    Price Breakdown:
    • CPU: Around 37,100 to 40,600
    • Monitor: Around 11,000
    • Total: 48,100 to 51,600

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    Mid-High End Gaming Rig (Around 42,000 to 53,000)

    CPU configuration:

    • Processor: Choose between:
      1. Intel Core 2 Duo E7400 [2.8GHz Clock, 1066MHz FSB, 3MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 8,500
      2. Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 [2.93GHz Clock, 1066MHz FSB, 3MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 9,300
    • Motherboard: Choose between
      1. ASUS P5QPL-AM [G41] - 5,500
      2. Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L [G41] - 5,500
      3. ECS P45T-A Motherboard [P45]- 7,000 [Choose this motherboard if you need Crossfire]
      4. Gigabyte EP43-UD3L [P43] - 9,000
    • GPU: Choose between:
      1. XFX Radeon HD4850 XXX (650 Core) 512MB DDR3 - 10,000
      2. Sapphire Radeon HD4850 TOXIC (675/2200MHz Core/Memory) 512MB DDR3 - 10,000
      3. Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4870 1GB DDR5 - 14,500
      4. Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4870 1GB DDR5 Overclocked Models - 15,000
    • Hard Disk: Choose between
      1. Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB [8MB, 7200RPM] - 4,300 [Avoid Caviar Green]
      2. 500GB Samsung F1 [8MB, 7200RPM] - 4,300
      3. 640GB Samsung F1 [16MB,7200 RPM] - 5,300
    • 2x2GB DDR2 800mhz RAM[Transcend, PQI or Twinmos] - 4,200
    • ASUS DVD-RW - 2,100
    • Thermaltake 420W PSU [TR2 420W] - 4,300
    • Any casing of your choice [Delux preferred, buy without PSU if possible] - 2,000 to 3,000
    • Keyboard and Mouse - 1,200

    Recommended Monitor(s):
    • 20" Widescreen LCD (1600x900) [Model: Samsung SyncMaster P2053 16:9] - 11,000

    Price Breakdown:
    • CPU: Around 42,100 to 53,400
    • Monitor: Around 11,000
    • Total: 53,100 to 64,400

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    High End Gaming Rig (Around 55,000 to 76,000)

    CPU configuration:
    • Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 [2.93GHz Clock, 1066MHz FSB, 3MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 9,300
    • Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 [2.66 Ghz Clock, 1333MHz FSB, 4MB L2 Cache, Quad Core] - 13,800
    • Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400/Q9450 [2.66 Ghz Clock, 1333MHz FSB, 6MB L2 Cache, Quad Core] - 17,000
    • Motherboard: Choose between
      1. ECS P45T-A Motherboard [P45]- 7,000 [Crossfire]
      2. Gigabyte EP43-UD3L [P43] - 9,000 [No Crossfire support but better OC than ECS P45]
      3. Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3R [P45]- 13,000 [Crossfire]
    • GPU: Choose between
      1. Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4890 1GB DDR5 - 18,000
      2. Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4890 1GB DDR5 Overclocked models - 19,000
    • Hard Disk: Choose between
      1. 640GB Samsung F1 [16MB,7200 RPM] - 5,300
      2. 750GB Samsung F1 [32MB,7200 RPM] - 6,500

      RAM: Choose between
      1. 2x2GB DDR2 800mhz RAM [Adata, Transcend, PQI or Twinmos] - 4,200
    • ASUS DVD-RW - 2,100
    • PSU: Choose between
      1. Thermaltake 500W PSU [TR2 500W] - 6,000
      2. Thermaltake 700W PSU [Toughpower 7,00W] - 10,000 [Only if you plan to Crossfire later]
    • Casing: Any casing of your choice [Delux preferred, buy without PSU if possible] - 2000 to 3000
    • Keyboard and Mouse - 1,200

    Recommended Monitor(s)
    • Choose between:
      1. 22" Widescreen LCD (1920x1080) [Model: DELL S2209W] - 14,000
      2. 22" Widescreen LCD(1920x1080) [Model: BenQ E2200HD] - 16,700
      3. 22" Widescreen LCD(1920x1080) [Model: ASUS VH226H] - 16,700

    Price Breakdown:
    • CPU: Around 55,100 to76,000
    • Monitor: Around 14,000 to 16,700
    • Total: 69,100 to 92,700

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    Enthusiast Gaming Rig (Around 1,03,000 to 1,24,000)

    CPU configuration:
    • Core i7 920 [2.66ghz Clock, 4.8GT/s QPI, 2MB L2 Cache, 6MB L3 Cache, Native Quad Core] - 22,000
    • ASUS P6T - 19,000
    • GPU: Choose between
      1. Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4870X2 2GB DDR5 - 29,000
      2. 2x Sapphire/XFX HD4890 1GB DDR5 Crossfire - 36,000
      3. 2x Sapphire/XFX HD4890 1GB DDR5 OC Crossfire - 38,000
    • Samsung F1 1TB (32MB Cache, 7200RPM) - 7,100
    • 3x2GB DDR3 1333Mhz CL9 [Transcend, Twinmos, Adata or PQI] - 9,600
    • ASUS DVD-RW - 2100
    • Thermaltake 700W PSU [Toughpower 700W] - 10,000
    • Casing: Any casing of your choice - 3,000 to 15,000
    • Keyboard and Mouse - 1500

    Recommended Monitor(s)
    • Choose between:
      1. 24" Widescreen LCD(1920 x 1080) [Model: Dell G2410T] - 24,000
      2. 24" Widescreen LCD(1920 x 1080) [Model: ASUS VW246H] - 25,000

    Price Breakdown:
    • CPU: Around 1,03,300 to 1,24,300
    • Monitor: Around 24,000
    • Total: Around 1,27,300 to 1,47,300

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    NOTE: (07/10/09): Updated the whole list, lots of new items added and prices fixed. I am more or less sure about all the prices, but if you have any questions you are free to ask them. Also, there may be typing/calculation mistakes due to the big number of products and prices changed, so let me know if you find any errors. Also, I need models and prices of 15, 17 and 19 inch LCD's. It would be very helpful if someone can provide them.

    Also, avoid this motherboard: Gigabyte GA-EG41M-S2H

    Special thanks to Murrad and Coldfire for the product prices and suggestions

    Have fun shopping!
    Last edited by Mazhar; October 8th, 2009 at 04:11.

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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    u should estimate the budget including standard monitor
    coz everyone buys and estimates with monitor.
    as low-mid 17" crt and mid-high 17" lcd.
    and for the convenience of noob buyers dual core/core 2 duo/quad tags may be useful than the model name

    ---------- Post added at 19:31 ---------- Previous post was at 19:23 ----------

    mazhar it will be a great guide if u put the spec of the parts
    like Intel Core 2 Duo E7400 [2.8GHz Clock, 1066MHz FSB, 3MB L2 Cache]
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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    wow isnt dis da DotA Mazhar ?? I was looking for dis type of thread for years , thanx for it




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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    buy a small monitor + powerful rig, while others will be happier with a powerful rig + small monitor
    hehe..

    anyway, excellent suggestions bro. I'll try and get recent prices for these when I go to IDB. And I think a 500GB SATA costs Tk4400 now. My friend bought one couple of days ago, I'll ask him again just to be sure.

    ---------- Post added at 20:19 ---------- Previous post was at 20:16 ----------

    Oh and I think just for the sake of it, it'll be better if you mention nVdia cards as well.

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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    Nice thread !!! Excellent Suggestions...
    I can provide the exact prices if u need !!!...

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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    two thumbs up to u mazhar bhai

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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    Cant get any better. Thanks man. GJ[Good Job? nope! Great JOB!]

    Its just [EB]. Not Elite B[a]stard or anything like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P4wn3D.Sad1d View Post
    wow isnt dis da DotA Mazhar ?? I was looking for dis type of thread for years , thanx for it
    [off topic]DotA mazhar? thats the first time someone has called me that, but yes i was among those people at bass who first started playing dotA in BD. did we play when i played one game from here in london and it was lagging?

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    hehe..

    anyway, excellent suggestions bro. I'll try and get recent prices for these when I go to IDB. And I think a 500GB SATA costs Tk4400 now. My friend bought one couple of days ago, I'll ask him again just to be sure

    Oh and I think just for the sake of it, it'll be better if you mention nVdia cards as well.
    mentioned nvidia card (only found one slot )...let me know the prices
    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][coldfire7] View Post
    Nice thread !!! Excellent Suggestions...
    I can provide the exact prices if u need !!!...
    Please do, it would be a great help!

    @ everyone else, thanks

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    great job mazhar bhai!Keep it up!

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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    NOTE: Prices are still not 100% correct, please give some time to fix them

    The focus is primarily gaming rigs, for PC's with other uses, mention it in the thread and an appriopriate specification will certainly be given. Also, the monitor and speakers are excluded, as i think many people keep these intact for a couple of PC purchases. The monitor is also a matter of personal preference, some may buy a small monitor + powerful rig, while others will be happier with a powerful rig + small monitor. I have added monitor recommendations, but its up to the end user to choose whats right forthem. Without further ado, lets move on

    Budget Gaming Rig (Around 23,000)

    Intel E2200[2.2GHz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 1MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 4600~(may be 4900~5000taka)
    Gigabyte G31 Mobo - 4000~(GA-G31M-ES2C /GA-G31M-ES2L)3900Taka
    Palit Radeon HD4650 DDR3 - 6500 (Or XFX 9600GSO 768MB DDR2) 7100Taka
    250GB SATA HDD - 3500 <---is there a cheaper one? (Samsung 250GB sata2 F1 (8mb,7200rpm) 3300taka
    2GB DDR2 800Mhz RAM - 1800 (Transcend or Twinmos)1700 Taka .Transcend,PQI or Twinmos if boxed.
    SATA DVD ROM - 500 ? or1500? (I think atleast combo . Price1500~1600Taka)
    Casing + PSU - 2000( Maxin,Goldenfield,Mercury,Space,Delux etc old and known brand)
    Keyboard and Mouse - 600

    Total: Arouind 23,500 [Or add 17" Samsung CRT for a total of 29,500] ~ (Suggest only the resolution and size of monitor better for the gpu and post available monitor model and price bottom of the post)


    Mid-low End Gaming Rig (Around 28,000 - 30,000)

    Intel E5300[2.6GHz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 6000~(May be 6400Taka).
    Or Intel E5200[2.5GHz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] Price 5300~5400taka.
    Gigabyte G31 motherboard - 4000~(GA-G31M-ES2C /GA-G31M-ES2L)3900Taka
    Palit Radeon HD4650 DDR3 - 6500
    OR Geforce 9600GSO 384MB DDR3 - 8500?(Price may be around 10500taka)
    (Or XFX 9600GSO 768MB DDR2) 7100Taka
    250GB SATA HDD - 3500
    4GB DDR2 800mhz RAM - 3600 (Transcend or Twinmos)
    SATA DVD ROM - 500~? LiteonDVD RW 1900taka.
    Delux Casing+PSU - 3000(both good enough for the system)
    Keyboard and Mouse - 750(Mouse atleast A4tech office 2x( 500Taka) or A4tech X6(600~700taka, 3model available)

    Total: Around 28,000 to 30,000 [Or add 17" Samsung CRT for a total of 34,000 to 36,000]~~

    Midrange Gaming Rig (Around 40,000)

    Intel E5300[2.6GHz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 6000~
    Gigabyte G31 Motherboard - 4000~
    Radeon HD4850 512MB - 15000
    250GB SATA HDD - 3500
    4GB DDR2 800Mhz RAM - 3500 (Transcend or Twinmos)
    Case + Thermaltake Litepower 400W - 6000 [Delux SH496 Server case. Comes with original Delux DLP-34 450watt psu( 12cm fan, dual +12v rail, 4+4pin ATX/EPS, 6pin pci-E, 2sata,passive PFC,other connector), Very good internal construction, enough internal space, Better cooling Fan)

    Keyboard and Mouse - 1000(Mouse atleast A4tech office 2x( 500Taka) or A4tech X6(600~700taka, 3model available

    Total: Around 39,000 [Or add 17" Samsung widescreen LCD for an extra 13,000, total 52,000]~

    Mid-High End Gaming Rig (Around 50,000)

    Intel E7400[2.8GHz Clock, 1066MHz FSB, 3MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 9500 (Less than 9400taka may be 9100taka)
    Gigabyte EP43-DS3L - 7000~ (may be 9000 taka)
    Radeon HD4850 512MB - 15000
    500GB SATA HDD - 5000 ( 640GB Samsung F1. 4850 Taka. 16MB,7200 RPM)
    4GB DDR2 1066Mhz RAM - 4000 (Transcend or Twinmos) (2x2GB DDR2 800MHz @3400 Taka. Transcend 1066MHz 7000+ taka, Adata 1066MHz 8000+ taka. Using 1.1 ratio 800MHz is enough for high oc.
    SATA DVD-RW - 1700 (LiteonDVD RW 1900taka. or Asus @ 2100Taka)
    Case+Thermaltake 500W PSU - 8000 ( GoldenField Server case with psu, same as SpireSwordFin SP-9007B except psu, Very High quality case ,The psu is enough for this system(oc). 5000~6000Taka including psu) , or Delux case with Thermaltake Tr2420watt(Made by cwt , 25 amp combined, enough for this system with upto HD4870) case price+ psu price 4500Taka. or atleast Delux SH496 including psu 4500Taka.
    Keyboard and Mouse - 1000

    Total: Around 50,000 [Or add 19" Widescreen Samsung LCD for an extra 15,500, total 65,500]~

    High End Gaming Rig (Around 65,000)

    Intel Q6600[2.4GHz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 8MB L2 Cache, Quad Core] - 15000 For gaming ( e8400 [3 GHz Clock, 1333MHz FSB, 6MB L2 Cache, 2 Core] or q8200 [2.33GHz Clock, 1333MHz FSB, 4MB L2 Cache] Price 13000~14000
    Gigabyte EP45-DS3L - 8,000~ (price may be higher/10k +)
    4GB DDR2 1066Mhz RAM - 4,000~? (Transcend or Twinmos) (1066MHz for oc, otherwise 800MHz)
    Radeon HD4870 1GB - 23500
    500GB SATA HDD - 5000 ( 640GB Samsung F1. 4850 Taka. 16MB,7200 RPM) or ( 750GB Samsung F1. ~6500Taka. 32MB,7200 RPM)
    SATA DVD-RW - 1800
    500W Thermaltake Power Supply + Casing - 8000 ( or chieftec 450watt 4500~5000taka(com [email protected] Multiplan) , or Asus 550watt with two pci-E ,active pfc 6500taka
    or Tr2 420watt 4500Taka (without oc).
    Dont waste money buying tr2 [email protected] or Fortrex/Focus/Forepoint [email protected] 4600Taka or Feel4 700Watt(16amp),Fujicon500watt(16amp),SystemX 600~700watt(16amp).


    Note: Fortrex/Focus/Forepoint 500/550/600 watt psu wih gold plated Fan Cover mesh and connector is enough for this system.
    Keybo
    ard and Mouse - 1200

    Total: Around 66,500 [Or add a 21" Samsung LCD for an extra 22,000, total 88,500] ~

    What i need everyone to do is please provide me with the current(and exact) prices in BD as im currently not in BD. So some of the the prices ive written are based on my assumptions(~ means im unsure). Let me know prices of some 17", 19",20" and 21" monitors. For the motherboard let me know about different G31, P43 and P45 models and prices. For the RAM, let me know about prices of 1066mhz ram, and the models. For the hard disk, let me know the different models available, and the prices. Finally, check all the prices ive written and let me know. Then i can finalise the prices and specifications written above. Also, all kinds of suggestions are welcome :)

    Many thanks and have fun shopping!
    Most of the p45 mobo from intel, asus, gigabyte are more than 10K.

    Samsung 20" (2043nwx may be) 12000 Taka. Most of the 21.5~22" lcd from asus,dell,Lg,Fujitsu r between 16.5K~14K. 20"wide 15K~13K. All of 19" wide Lcd (except samsung T190; 3day ago index it was asking 17K+ taka for T190) r priced below 12000 taka. 16" wide Lcd r priced 7800~8500 taka, 17"wide priced 8500~9500Taka. 19" greatwall lcd is below 8500Taka

    Segate hdd is hard to find.Only western digital green series,hitachi and samsung F1 series r available.

    @Mazhar
    Make this Thread sticky.
    Update price and available product monthly(if applicable) with update date.(I think i/we can help)

    Make 3~4 section
    Section 1.Full Cpu configuration and price
    2. Monitor price
    3.Speaker price
    4.Ups and other item if applicable.

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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    yup.
    make this thread sticky.
    then most users going to have their configs.
    BUT PRICE should be modified when price is less or high.

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    most useful thread i've ever found .. thnx 2 mazhar vai nd all


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    may be this pc perform better than Mazhar Bhai's 'Mid-low End Gaming Rig' -

    intel e2180 (2.0 GHz, 800 FSB, 1MB Cache)
    GIGABYTE G945 Mobo
    2GB RAM DDR2 667
    GIGABYTE NVIDIA GEFORCE 9600GT 512MB


    Mazhar Bhai's 'Mid-low End Gaming Rig' -


    Intel E5300[2.6GHz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 6000~
    Gigabyte G31 motherboard - 4000~
    Palit Radeon HD4650 DDR3 - 6500
    OR Geforce 9600GSO 384MB DDR3 - 8500
    250GB SATA HDD - 3500
    4GB DDR2 800mhz RAM - 3600 (Transcend or Twinmos)
    SATA DVD ROM - 500~?
    Delux Casing+PSU - 3000
    Keyboard and Mouse - 750

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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    will a "computer components configuration and pricing" sub forum help?

    if we can manage a weekly price update corner in BG sponsored by some vendor that'll be cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maulabond View Post
    may be this pc perform better than Mazhar Bhai's 'Mid-low End Gaming Rig' -

    intel e2180 (2.0 GHz, 800 FSB, 1MB Cache)
    GIGABYTE G945 Mobo
    2GB RAM DDR2 667
    GIGABYTE NVIDIA GEFORCE 9600GT 512MB


    Mazhar Bhai's 'Mid-low End Gaming Rig' -


    Intel E5300[2.6GHz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 6000~
    Gigabyte G31 motherboard - 4000~
    Palit Radeon HD4650 DDR3 - 6500
    OR Geforce 9600GSO 384MB DDR3 - 8500
    250GB SATA HDD - 3500
    4GB DDR2 800mhz RAM - 3600 (Transcend or Twinmos)
    SATA DVD ROM - 500~?
    Delux Casing+PSU - 3000
    Keyboard and Mouse - 750
    No it won't.The gpu is the only better part in it.There are a lot of variables in that sector.Cutting in ram and cpu to get a slightly better gpu is NOT a good thing.And g31 is a better chipset as well.Mazhar bhai's suggestion is the best
    adn the ram is 800 mhz in his while it is 667 mhz in yours.That system is definately the better one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noob™ View Post
    will a "computer components configuration and pricing" sub forum help?

    if we can manage a weekly price update corner in BG sponsored by some vendor that'll be cool.


    correct. i had not thought about it before but this will surely help. if banglagamer forum weekly update that, then it will be very helpful. thank you for this kind of advise. the administrator of banglagamer forum should think about it.

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    He is one of the admins of bg along with CvP and some other dudes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    No it won't.The gpu is the only better part in it.There are a lot of variables in that sector.Cutting in ram and cpu to get a slightly better gpu is NOT a good thing.And g31 is a better chipset as well.Mazhar bhai's suggestion is the best
    adn the ram is 800 mhz in his while it is 667 mhz in yours.That system is definately the better one

    may be you are wrong. G31 mobos will not perform better than G945 in gaming because both of them are ICH7 mobos. G31 will always be ahead of G945 only for it's support. without these, there's no difference between them. you will not see any noticeable performance difference between ddr2 667 and ddr2 800. same things happens when upgrading from 2GB to 4GB. then comes the cpu. cpu plays small role in gaming. if you turn farcry 2 or crysis's graphical settings to very high (1024x768), you will see maximum 10 fps difference (may be). i saw only two games which performs a lot better when putting a powerful cpu, they are - gta4 and saints row 2. and 9600GT is a lot faster than radeon 4650 512mb ddr3/geforce 9600gso 384mb ddr3. i think -


    1. radeon 4650 512mb ddr2/geforce 9600gso 768mb ddr2/geforce 8800GT 256mb/radeon 3850

    2. radeon 4650 512mb ddr3/geforce 9600gso 384mb ddr3/geforce 8800GS 384mb

    3. Radeon 4670 512mb ddr3

    4. Radeon 4670 512mb ddr4

    5. radeon 2900XT/geforce 8800GTS 640mb

    6. radeon 3870

    7. geforce 9600gt


    so, may be you got the wrong idea.

    ---------- Post added at 23:28 ---------- Previous post was at 23:26 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    He is one of the admins of bg along with CvP and some other dudes

    oh, i had not noticed that. sorry sorry.

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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    Mazhar vai don't mind but High End Gaming Rig (Around 50,000) er config e CPU "E5300" ta aktu kom powerful hoia galo nah...
    I mean E7300/E7400 (Price 9000/9200TK) hoile valo hoito....
    Last edited by coldfire7; April 7th, 2009 at 03:45.

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    Default Re: Gaming PC's for different budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post

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    Mid-low End Gaming Rig (Around 24,500)

    CPU configuration:
    • Gigabyte G31 motherboard [GA-G31M-ES2C or GA-G31M-ES2L] - 3900 [both same price?] Ei model duitar valo sell howyate markete kom ase tai price 3900 theke 4200taka. technoedge theke kinesi 3900taka diye . ga-g31m-s2c ta beshi available. Model name er last 'C' tar LAN 10\100 r 'L' tar LAN10\100\1000. R sobkisui same.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Midrange Gaming Rig (Around 30,000)

    CPU configuration:
    • GPU: Choose between:
      1. Radeon HD4670 512MB DDR3 - 9500 (verify price, give models available) Sakir_nsu 3din age amar kase esesilo. o oidin sapphire 4670 512mb ddr3 kine enesilo 8000thka diye ucc theke.
      2. Geforce 9600GT 512MB DDR3 - 10,000 (verify price, give models available) ecs 8800 taka ,xfx 1100taka. R xfx4830 512mb ddr3 11000 taka diye ucc theke kine diyesi 1.5week age.


    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Mid-High End Gaming Rig (Around 40,000)

    CPU configuration:
    • GPU: Choose between:
      1. Radeon HD4850 512MB DDR3 - 15,000 (verify price, give models available) sapphire(core625) 15500taka ,xfx(core 650) 15000taka.
      2. Radeon HD4830 512MB DDR3 - 13,000 (verify price, give models available) 11000taka

    • Choose between:
      1. Delux SH496 Server case, which comes with original Delux DLP-34 450watt PSU - 6000[verify price] 5 day age kinesi 4500 taka diye. smart er official price 4500taka. N.W. 8.5kg

      2. GoldenField Server case with PSU 6000 .Watt print kora ase 550watt.&+ 12v e 24a single rail. actually 20amp rectifier used for +12v rail. (without pfc ,pci-e connector), 12cm fan, with my overclocked c2d(e4300 @3.0),4850 1gb,2stick ram,2 hdd,2writer,1 pinacle tv card no problem using ati tool and orthos @same time and dvd burning & the 12v rail stable at 12.03~ 12.07v without any overheat. good cable length. note: maximum computer table e ei casinng dhukbe na.Nicher stand khule dhokate hobe. R dhukleo rakha risk hoye jabe karon empty casing er weight 13.5kg!

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    High End Gaming Rig (Around 50,000)

    CPU configuration:
    • Choose between:
      1. GoldenField Server case with PSU[murrad, watt and price?] - 6000 . Can run this system but am not recommanding.
      2. Any casing[buy without PSU] + Thermaltake 500W PSU - 8000[verify price and model] TR2 500watt
      3. Any casing[buy without PSU] + ASUS 550W PSU - 8500[verify again plz] Amar friend ase global er corporate e .call diye janabo.

      Belive me litepower400watt(+12v rated 19a) can run this setup and thats why tr2 420watt(+12v rated 25a) is enough for overclocked system.

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    Enthusiast Gaming Rig (Around 40,000) [to be modified]

    CPU configuration:
    • Choose between:
      1. Delux SH496 Server case, which comes with original Delux DLP-34 450watt PSU - 6000[verify price] psu not recommended for this setup( for both e8400 and q66600)
      2. Any casing[buy without PSU] with Thermaltake 420W PSU - 6500 [verify price] only recommended with overclocked e8400 or other overclocked core 2 duo series

    • 3.Any casing[buy without PSU] + Thermaltake 500W PSU - 8000

    4.Any casing[buy without PSU] + ASUS 550W PSU - 8500
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    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][coldfire7] View Post
    I can provide the exact prices if u need !!!...
    Yes we need exact prices.

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