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    Default need some advice on buying a new PC

    hey,

    my friend is planning to get a new PC... and he pretty much wants to get the best he can from bd.

    wut shud he get? he's willing to pay up... and he wants to get the best he can... so please list down the best config u can get from here.

    thanks

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    Default Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    wuts da budget?

    and use of da system?

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    Default Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    I think the budget is "as much as it takes"..??

    The use? Gaming must be.. after all its a gaming forum right?

    @minitt: hay, wat if the budget is 45000 ?

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by kabir_sharif2000 View Post
    I think the budget is "as much as it takes"..??

    The use? Gaming must be.. after all its a gaming forum right?
    correct! and ... correct!

    anyways... since no one's reely posting anything useful... i just got this off of the gaming pc w/ diff budget thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Enthusiast Gaming Rig (Around 73,000 to 83,000)

    CPU configuration:
    • Choose between
      1. Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 [3 Ghz Clock, 1333MHz FSB, 6MB L2 Cache, Dual Core] - 13,500
      2. Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 [2.4Ghz Clock, 800MHz FSB, 8MB L2 Cache, Quad Core] - 14,500
    • Gigabyte EP45-UD3R - 13,500
    • GPU: Choose between
      1. Sapphire Radeon HD4870 1GB DDR5 - 24,000
      2. Sapphire Radeon HD4870 Toxic 1GB DDR5 [780/4000mhz Core/Memory] - 25,000
      3. XFX Radeon HD4870 1GB DDR5 - 24,000
      4. XFX Radeon HD4870 XXX [775/3900 Core/Memory]1GB DDR5 - 25000
    • 750GB Samsung F1 [32MB,7200 RPM] - 6500
    • RAM: Choose between:
      1. 2x2GB DDR2 800mhz RAM[Transcend, PQI or Twinmos] - 3400
      2. 2x2GB DDR2 1066mhz RAM[For Overclocking][Adata or Transcend] - 7500
    • ASUS DVD-RW - 2100
    • PSU: Choose between
      1. Thermaltake 500W PSU [TR2 500Wl] - 6000
      2. Thermaltake 700W PSU [Toughpower 700W] - 10,000
    • Casing: Any casing of your choice [Delux preferred, buy without PSU if possible] - 2000 to 3000
    • Keyboard and Mouse - 1500

    Monitor:
    • Recommended monitor would be a 22" Widescreen LCD(1680x1050) [Model: Samsung syncmaste 2243 lnx] - 15,000

    Price Breakdown:
    • CPU: Around 72,500 to 83,600
    • Monitor: Around 15,000
    • Total: Around 87,500 to 98,600

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    now, my friend was willing to get the i7 processor, but i'm not sure if that's a gud option, i thot maybe it'd be better for him to get a high end core 2 quad processor... ? i don't know really so please recommend something along those lines. and even the list above seems to be slightly outdated cause i think newer GPUs and stuff are available now.

    so please.... help me out here.

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    Default Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    as he has unlimited budget .. he should go for i7 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BallBoy View Post
    the price list is old,,,some price has fallen and LCD's price is up.ATI HD 4890 GPU is available.1 TB hard disk is also available.
    go for samsung T240HD .procesor Q9650 quad core 3.0 Ghz.mobo is Gigabyte EP45-UD3R.TT 700w psu.DELUX casing or
    space casing with a fan both in front+sideways.
    he has already chosen a monitor something 24"

    Quote Originally Posted by GalibZ View Post
    as he has unlimited budget .. he should go for i7 ...
    technically it's not unlimited... but it's a decent amount... and yeah... he was going for the i7

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    Arrow Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    CPU configuration::

    • Processor:: Intel Core i7 920--- ***
    • Motherboard:: ASUS P6T--- (MBO+Processor combo) 42,000/-
    • Graphic:: Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4870x2 --- 38,000/-
    • RAM:: Transcend DDR-1600/1333MHz Tri-Channel (3x2GB) 6GB --- 3800x3=11,400/-
    • SoundCard:: ASUS Xonar D2X --- 10,000/-
    • Storage(P):: 2x WD Caviar Blue (in RAID 0) --- 4000x2=8000/-
    • Storage(S):: Samsung F1 1TB --- 8,500/-
    • ODD:: ASUS DVD-RW (SATA) --- 2100/-
    • Case:: Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Edition --- 15000/-
    • PSU:: Thermaltake Thoughpower 750W (Cable Management) --- 15,000/-
    • Cooler:: [Any good Thermaltake cooler that supports 1366 slot] --- 4,000/-


    • Display:: Samsung T260 26" LCD --- 30,000/-
    • Mouse/Keyboard/MousePad:: (Any good one) --- 5000/-


    OK, this is the best setup that u can get from BD..
    Last edited by coldfire7; June 21st, 2009 at 17:19.

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    you guys know what ?? i got even complain about coldfire bhai's advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][coldfire7] View Post
    CPU configuration::

    • Processor:: Intel Core i7 920--- ***
    • Motherboard:: ASUS P6T--- (MBO+Processor combo) 42,000/-
    • Graphic:: Sapphire/XFX Radeon HD4870x2 --- 38,000/-
    • RAM:: Transcend DDR-1600/1333MHz Tri-Channel (3x2GB) 6GB --- 3800x3=11,400/-
    • SoundCard:: ASUS Xonar D2X --- 10,000/-
    • Storage(P):: 2x WD Caviar Blue (in RAID 0) --- 4000x2=8000/-
    • Storage(S):: Samsung F1 1TB --- 8,500/-
    • ODD:: ASUS DVD-RW (SATA) --- 2100/-
    • Case:: Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Edition --- 15000/-
    • PSU:: Thermaltake Thoughpower 750W (Cable Management) --- 15,000/-
    • Cooler:: [Any good Thermaltake cooler that supports 1366 slot] --- 4,000/-


    • Display:: Samsung T260 26" LCD --- 30,000/-
    • Mouse/Keyboard/MousePad:: (Any good one) --- 5000/-


    OK, this is the best setup that u can get from BD..
    and that is........ no reason to get 4870X2 2GB if you can find NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 1792MB in BD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by far.from.cry View Post
    you guys know what ?? i got even complain about coldfire bhai's advice.



    and that is........ no reason to get 4870X2 2GB if you can find NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 1792MB in BD.
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 1792MB to market e available nah..

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    Default Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    Quote Originally Posted by far.from.cry View Post
    you guys know what ?? i got even complain about coldfire bhai's advice.



    and that is........ no reason to get 4870X2 2GB if you can find NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 1792MB in BD.
    price difference koto hobe BG te?

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][coldfire7] View Post
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 1792MB to market e available nah..
    yes, available naa o hoite paare.

    Quote Originally Posted by kabir_sharif2000 View Post
    price difference koto hobe BG te?
    don't have any idea. may be 7,000/-

    ---------- Post added at 17:17 ---------- Previous post was at 16:52 ----------

    but if you want best bang for the buck, i'll suggest this one for small money -


    CPU :
    Intel Core 2 Duo E7400 2.8 GHz, 3MB Cache, 1066 FSB, 45nm = 9,000/-
    or
    Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0 GHz, 6MB Cache, 1333 FSB, 45nm = May be 13,000/-

    Mobo: GIGABYTE er G41 chipset = 5,000/- (bcoz G41 e PCI-E 2.0 ase)

    RAM: 2 x 2GB DDR2 800 = 2 x 1,700/- (bcoz DDR3 kiine khub ektaa laav nai)

    GFX:
    Sapphire ATi Radeon HD 4850 512MB GDDR3 TOXIC (OC Version) = 11,700/-
    or
    Sapphire ATi Radeon HD 4870 512MB GDDR5 TOXIC (OC Version) = 16,000/-
    or
    Sapphire ATi Radeon HD 4870 1GB GDDR5 = 19,000/-
    or
    Sapphire ATi Radeon HD 4890 1GB GDDR5 (OC Version) = 22,500/-

    Sound: Onborad = 0/-

    HDD: 640GB Samsung = May Be 4,500/-

    ODD: ASUS DVD-RW+ 20x = 2,100/-

    PSU+Casing: Thermaltake 450W = May Be 4,500/-

    Monitor: 17" LCD = May Be 8,000/-

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    Default Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    Core 2 Duo .. kinar kono ortho nai ... ekhon kar game er minimu req. holo core 2 duo .. either Quad Core 9xxx series or i7 kina uchit

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    Default Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    First of all, tell your friend that he would be much better off buying it from abroad

    Ive modified Coldfire's component list slightly, here it is

    Processor:: Intel Core i7 920
    Motherboard:: ASUS P6T--- (MBO+Processor combo) 42,000/-
    Graphic:: 2x/3x XFX Radeon HD4890 [Preferably OC version] in two/three way crossfire
    RAM:: Transcend DDR-1600/1333MHz Tri-Channel (3x2GB) 6GB --- 3800x3=11,400/-
    SoundCard:: ASUS Xonar D2X --- 10,000/-
    Storage(Primary):: Bring a Intel X25-M 80GB from abroad - $325
    Storage(Secondary):: Samsung F1 1TB --- 8,500/-
    ODD:: ASUS DVD-RW (SATA) --- 2100/-
    Case:: Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Edition --- 15000/-
    PSU:: Thermaltake Thoughpower 750W (Cable Management) --- 15,000/-
    Cooler:: Get a decent Thermaltake cooler from here, but bringing it from abroad would be best
    Display: Try getting a Dell LCD, i cant give model numbers since i dont know of availability in BD. If u cant get that, get the Samsung T260 26" LCD - 30,000
    Mouse/Keyboard/MousePad:: Try getting a Razer Mamba from abroad for the mouse. As for the keyboard, choose any. Also get a good mouse pad (razer makes good ones, check them out)
    Last edited by Mazhar; June 21st, 2009 at 19:30.

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    okay... we went to idb today... and now... problem is... his budget is only tk. 110000 for now...

    _________________________________________________________

    Option 1:
    • Processor::
    o Intel Core i7 920--- ***
    • Motherboard::
    o Intel DX850--- (MBO+Processor combo) 45,000/-

    Option 2:
    • Processor::
    o Core 2 Quad Q9860 – Tk. 23500
    • Motherboard::
    o Asus P5QC - 12,500/-

    Total for option 2: 36,500 /-


    • Graphic::
    o XFX Radeon HD4890 --- 21,600/-
    • RAM::
    o Transcend DDR-1600/1333MHz Tri-Channel (3x2GB) 6GB --- 3700x3=11,100/-
    • Storage(S)::
    o 500GB --- 4150/-
    • ODD::
    o ASUS DVD-RW (SATA) --- 2100/-
    • Case::
    o Delux something 2000/-
    • PSU::
    o Thermaltake Thoughpower 750W (Cable Management) --- 14,500/-
    o Thermaltake 650W --- 11,500 /-
    • Cooler::
    o Nothing -
    • Display::
    o Dell 23” --- 14,500/- <he’s most probably going for this one.
    o Dell 24” --- 24,500/-
    • Mouse/Keyboard/MousePad::
    o Some A4tech stuff for now... 1200/-
    _________________________________________________________

    the total will be roughly around 113k - 116k but i think he adjust a bit

    ok... so... there's sorta these two options... like either getting the quad or the i7... getting the quad will save bout 8k

    i was also wondering if getting the 650w psu will be enough for the whole thing.[COLOR="Silver"]
    Last edited by tofu; June 23rd, 2009 at 12:42.

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    Default Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    buy the ASUS P6T instead of Intel DX58SO...

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    Default Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    Get the i7, for sure. 650W will be enough btw

    Also, i second getting the P6T over the intel counterpart, the ASUS is much better

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    Default Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    Phenom II is best for gaming .but in Bangladesh AMD CPU price too high and not seen everywhere the Motherboard & CPU.

    so kom price jodi Phenom II pan thahole it's best choice.

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    they didnt have the asus p6t... but i'll look at some other places for it then before he gets it.

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    Default Re: need some advice on buying a new PC

    Quote Originally Posted by tofu View Post
    they didnt have the asus p6t... but i'll look at some other places for it then before he gets it.
    Take a look at Global Brand in 1st floor.. They r the dealer of ASUS products in BD...
    ASUS Motherboard for Core i7 Processor # P6T

    Price: 19500/- Tk


    New Era for Ultimate Performance! Intel® Core™ i7 Platform

    • Intel LGA1366 Platform
    • Intel® X58/ ICH10R chipset
    • ASUS TurboV
    • 3-Way SLI & Quad-GPU CrossFireX Support!
    • ASUS Drive Xpert
    • ASUS EPU
    • ASUS 8+2 Phase Power Design
    • 100% Japan-made Solid Capacitor



    This motherboard supports the latest Intel® Bloomfield processors in LGA1366 package which has memory controller integrated to support 3-channel (6 DIMMs) DDR3 memory. Support Intel(R) QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) with system bus up to 6.4GT/s and a max bandwidth of up to 25.6GB/s. Intel® Bloomfield processor is one of the most powerful and energy efficient CPU in the world.
    The P6T breaks the boundaries to bring you the multi-GPU choice of either SLI™ or CrossFireX. The motherboard features a dedicated graphics engine on the most powerful Intel X58 platform to optimize PCIe allocation in multiple GPU configurations. Expect a brand-new gaming style you’ve never experienced before!
    The motherboard supports DDR3 memory that features data transfer rates of 2000(O.C.) / 1866(O.C.) / 1800(O.C.) / 1600(O.C.) /1333 / 1066 MHz to meet the higher bandwidth requirements of the latest 3D graphics, multimedia, and Internet applications. The triple-channel DDR3 architecture enlarges the bandwidth of your system memory to boost system performance.
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    okay... i talked to them again today... and they'll be able to give the asus p6t... but... i think they're over chaging a lil.... they're taking 45000/- for it... whereas global asked for 44500/- .

    one thing i'm really confused about is getting an HD monitor... the people there say they have hd monitors, so just to be sure, i took down the model numbers to check if they reely are hd ones... when googled them online... i cudn't find out if they were really hd or not.

    the models they did mention are hd ones are:
    - Dell S240W
    - Dell E248WFP
    - Dell E228WFP

    can someone please tell me how i can confirm this?

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