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    Question Help For PCI-E Buy

    Hello Guys,
    I am A newcomer here.
    I wanna Buy a PCI-E.
    My Budget Is 16k (Including Power Supply).
    And All I want to do with my PCI-e is to run maya & 3ds max swiftly(As it is myProfession).

    My Pc Configuration:

    1.processor : Intel Q6600 (Quad Core 2.4ghz 8mb cache)
    2.Motherboard: Intel Dg35EC
    3. Ram : 8Gb (800MHZ) dual Channel.
    4.Harddisk: 1.5 TB

    Which PCi-e Will b Effective for me ? PLZ Help.

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    Sapphire 4870 1GB = 14500 tk / Gigabyte 4850 1GB = 11000 tk.
    Asus 500 W PSU = 4650 tk.
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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    budget 16K...then here is what I u'd recommend

    XFX/Sapphire>>> Radeon HD4850>>>10000-11000tk
    ASUS 500-550W PSU>>>5000-6000tk

    or u can buy the HD4770 for 9000-10000 & get a LitePower for 3500...but since u have a Q6600...I wouldnt recommend it

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    Asus PSU is not available in IDB.

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    4870 er sathe power supply 600 hole valo

    so budget er moddhe 4850 er OC edition + thermaltake er toughpower 500 w kina valo hobe bole mone hoe

    ---------- Post added at 19:42 ---------- Previous post was at 19:40 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by kanarony View Post
    Hello Guys,
    I am A newcomer here.
    I wanna Buy a PCI-E.
    My Budget Is 16k (Including Power Supply).
    And All I want to do with my PCI-e is to run maya & 3ds max swiftly(As it is myProfession).
    My Pc Configuration:

    1.processor : Intel Q6600 (Quad Core 2.4ghz 8mb cache)
    2.Motherboard: Intel Dg35EC
    3. Ram : 8Gb (800MHZ) dual Channel.
    4.Harddisk: 1.5 TB

    Which PCi-e Will b Effective for me ? PLZ Help.

    OC edition with good cooling 4850 e valo hobe. VRAM beshi near try kora uchit. 1gb type
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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    4870 koto prbe bro?
    4850 ar toxic / vapour edition ki ase?

    ---------- Post added at 12:32 ---------- Previous post was at 12:27 ----------

    Does Any one Have UCC & Global pc's Contact Number..??

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoH[AMON]~Lord SMS View Post
    4870 er sathe power supply 600 hole valo

    so budget er moddhe 4850 er OC edition + thermaltake er toughpower 500 w kina valo hobe bole mone hoe

    ---------- Post added at 19:42 ---------- Previous post was at 19:40 ----------




    OC edition with good cooling 4850 e valo hobe. VRAM beshi near try kora uchit. 1gb type

    RED DEVIL E8400 + Sapphire 4890 1GB OC edition chalaito TR2 420W dia

    my recommendation is a Sapphire 4870 + 550w TT or 600w Fortrex PSU

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    Quote Originally Posted by Ic3_STrik3R View Post
    RED DEVIL E8400 + Sapphire 4890 1GB OC edition chalaito TR2 420W dia
    correction, litepower 400W dia chalaito

    @kanarony - i suggest go for XFX/Sapphire 4850 1GB [9500tk] + TT TR2 420W[4200tk] = 13700tk

    for latest price chk this thread -

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    I'll suggest you to increase your budget & then get a XFX Radeon HD4870 1GB XXX Edition Graphic Card (15500TK) & a ASUS P-55GA 550W PSU (5000TK).

    If you are unable to increase your budget then get a XFX Radeon HD4850 512MB XXX Ediion Graphic Card (10000TK) & a ASUS P-55GA 550W PSU (5000TK).

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    budget is limited and game khelar kono tendency o nai mone hoitese so why increase the budget???? @ coldfir3

    hmm oita prob na coz or to EP43, but buyer er to intel board not gigabyte and pro q6600 65nm not 45nm slightly power aktu beshi consume korbe.... correct me if im [email protected] sudib

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    @striker - ya, thats the thing. E8400 takes less watt than Q6600, r Gigabyte mobo. so it was running just fine!

    ---------- Post added at 13:25 ---------- Previous post was at 13:23 ----------



    @coldfire7 - ASUS 550W er PSU valo hoto but out of market. sara market khujeo pawa jae nai ak piece. sad!

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    my suggestion is.......
    1.xfx 4850 512MB xxx(9700) + TR2 420w(4200) = 13900 BDT
    2.xfx 9800GT 512MB(9200) + TR2 420w(4200) = 13400 BDT
    3.xfx GTS250 512MB(11000) + TR2 420w(4200) = 15200 BDT


    & guyz don't suggest 4850 1GB.....coz buying 4850 1GB is useless. it is not that power full....so it can't utilize 1GB memory.
    & @ patron_saint..........where did u find 4850 1GB @9500tk...........lol
    Last edited by Red Devil; October 2nd, 2009 at 14:33.

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    i didnt, i just posted the link, go chk!

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    Quote Originally Posted by patron_saint View Post
    i didnt, i just posted the link, go chk!
    ok....sorry for that.........but that priz is wrong.......

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    offtopic - RD, could you please give your feedback in that thread, aswell? thank you!

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    Quote Originally Posted by patron_saint View Post
    offtopic - RD, could you please give your feedback in that thread, aswell? thank you!
    ok....will try......man..there are lots of wrong prices in that thread.........

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    @Ic3_STrik3R : Bro Ami Abosso Fifa Regular Kheli.. ND am Kof 2002 valoi Kheli (sob Combo soho kheli r ki)
    & u recomend : 550w TT or 600w Fortrex PSU or asus 550w or asus600w (Koto Porbe)

    @Colfire7 : Bro Thanks For the contact Info.

    @All : Ami Jadi Amar Bduget 19k Kori Den Ki Sapphire 4870 (Vapour Or Toxic Edition) & 600w Psu Kinte Parbo..?



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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    Quote Originally Posted by kanarony View Post
    @Ic3_STrik3R : Bro Ami Abosso Fifa Regular Kheli.. ND am Kof 2002 valoi Kheli (sob Combo soho kheli r ki)
    & u recomend : 550w TT or 600w Fortrex PSU or asus 550w or asus600w (Koto Porbe)

    @Colfire7 : Bro Thanks For the contact Info.

    @All : Ami Jadi Amar Bduget 19k Kori Den Ki Sapphire 4870 (Vapour Or Toxic Edition) & 600w Psu Kinte Parbo..?

    yes....parba...but sapphire is out of market.......so......xfx is ur only choice.......4870 + TT420W.......go for it........& jodi 21K korta paro thn TT550W. but TT420 is enough.......

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    TT 600w er price 10000tk tai ami 550 TR2 kinsi 6800 dia

    Kanarony vhai tomake ki ami chini???? kof er kotha bolla je

    asus er ta may be 5-5.5k dnt knw abt warranty
    TT 550w TR2 - 6800 1 year warranty
    TT 600w Tough power - 10k 1 year warranty
    Fortrex 600w - 4500-4800tk 6 months warranty
    Last edited by Ic3_STrik3R; October 2nd, 2009 at 17:54.

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    Default Re: Help For PCI-E Buy

    @all : 4870 ki tr 420w psu diye chalano jabe..?? isn't it risky..? As i have : 4ta ram , 3 ta hdd, q6600, intel mobo & dvd wrtr also..

    @Ic3_STrik3 : nah re vai .. it may b a coincedence..I am just a good kof player (voi pai just 1jon k shovon form KUET..i think he is the best in 2002)

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