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    gonna buy soon -

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    pore ek somoy C2Q Q9450 ar SAPPHIRE Radeon 4890 1GB OC kinbo.

    ami ekhon use kori 400 Watt fake Delux PSU jar dam 600/- nisilo. :glare: bhabtesi je ASUS 550 Watt P-55GA kinbo 5,000/- te.

    ei PSU ta ki C2Q Q9450 (Stock clocks), SAPPHIRE Radeon 4890 1GB OC, ECS P45T-A, 8GB DDR2 800 er jonno sufficient hobe ??

    ami Thermaltake er website e calculation kore ei result paisi -
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    read this page -

    http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coo...e_7.html#sect0

    ---------- Post added at 12:00 ---------- Previous post was at 11:59 ----------

    thermaltake er power calculation page -

    http://www.thermaltake.outervision.com/Power

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    Better come in DHAKA.
    get a ASUS 550W PSU from GLOBAL.
    It would be a better deal.
    coz D930 is a power hug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VarStepen™ View Post
    Better come in DHAKA.
    get a ASUS 550W PSU from GLOBAL.
    It would be a better deal.
    coz D930 is a power hug.
    dhaka te amar ek mama take, unake eita pathaite bolbo.

    ar jehetu boltesen so GLOBAL thekei kinbo.

    and yes, PD 930 is a real power hug and that's why all i can get is 50% speed of my 9600GT (for PD and PSU). :mad:

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    Get a Thermaltake TR2/LitePower 500/550W or a ASUS P-55GA 550W.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][coldfire7] View Post
    Get a Thermaltake TR2/LitePower 500/550W or a ASUS P-55GA 550W.
    price koto thermaltake 550w tar ?

    quality er difference kototuku ?

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    definitely get the ASUS 550W PSU...it is better than the TT when delivering power...but is not that efficient
    but will get the job done

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Rion_cnGamer View Post
    price koto thermaltake 550w tar ?

    quality er difference kototuku ?
    Thermaltake TR2 500/550W (6000/7000TK) // ASUS P-55GA 550W (5000TK). Thermaltake er PSU ta ASUS thekay better but price o beshi..
    Last edited by coldfire7; October 2nd, 2009 at 15:07.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][coldfire7] View Post
    Thermaltake TR2 500/550W (6000/7000TK) // ASUS P-55GA 550W (5000TK). Thermaltake er PSU ta ASUS thekay better but price o beshi..
    performance e kono hit hobe naki ?

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][coldfire7] View Post
    Thermaltake TR2 500/550W (6000/7000TK) // ASUS P-55GA 550W (5000TK). Thermaltake er PSU ta ASUS thekay better but price o beshi..
    bro the ASUS has to convertible 8-6pin pci-e connectors while the TT has only one...it also has 1amp more than the TT both 500-550W...the only difference between the 500 & the 550W is the no of connectors & the price doesnt justify it

    the ASUS 550W is better than the TT counterpart but is less efficient 72% which is the only drawback...other than that it is rock solid PSU & will deliver a Quad Core+4870/GTX280 without any hiccups
    my take u'd be that u get the ASUS...or do a bit research on the two..u might get useful answers on the net

    or better ask Murrad bhaiya...he's a lot when it comes to PSUs

    ColdFire I didnt mean no offence via this post...I jst quoted for reasons...plz dont mind
    thanx

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    budget choto, tai besi dami kinte parbo na.

    dipanzan vai ki bolsen kisui bujhi nai, coz i don't even know a bit about psu. :mellow: so, research kora amar jonno impossible. :mellow:

    muradd vai, mazhar vai you two help me.

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    Heres the review of Asus 500w. It can deliver power up to 678w!!!! But its efficiency is bad at overload. So my opinion will be also to buy Asus 500w. It has more power than most PSU available in BD. But u have to care about ur electricity bill.

    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/782

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Rion_cnGamer View Post
    budget choto, tai besi dami kinte parbo na.

    dipanzan vai ki bolsen kisui bujhi nai, coz i don't even know a bit about psu. :mellow: so, research kora amar jonno impossible. :mellow:

    muradd vai, mazhar vai you two help me.
    sorry about that
    accha listen up carefully

    Your budget is 5000-6000...right?
    @ that price u can opt for either the Thermaltake 500W which is 6000tk & then there is another version which is the Thermaltake 550W which is 7000tk...now the interesting part is...the only difference between the two is the no of pci-e power connector it provided...no internal changes...both the units will provide at best 400-450W power which is more than enough for a system housing a Quad Core Q6600+HD4870/GTX280...which are very power hungry cards
    so for no real advantage u have to pay more 7000tk only to get more power connectors...that is jst lame

    Now as for the ASUS 550W(P-55GA)...it is also a 500W unit costs like 5000tk(dont know the actual price)
    when comparing to the TT500W...it has a combined outage of 29amps(14+15amps) available on the 12V rails
    while the ASUS 500W has a combined outage of 30A available on the 12v rails...u get one amp more for less price which is a very important thing

    the ASUS also has two 6-8pins(convertable to 8pins) pci-e connector already from the PSU...u dont need converters to run 4870-4890 or GTX260-GTX280

    TT PSU diagram
    OUTPUT

    +3.3V
    +5V
    +12V1
    +12V2
    -12V
    +5VSB
    Max. Load
    30A
    28A
    14A
    15A
    0.3A
    2.0A
    Min. Load
    0.5A
    0.3A
    1.0A
    1.0A
    0.0A
    0.0A
    Load Reg.
    5%
    5%
    5%
    5%
    10%
    5%
    Ripple
    V(p-p)
    50mV
    50mV
    100mV
    100mV
    100mV
    50mV
    combined 29amps


    6-pin PCI Express Connector
    x1

    only one

    now do u get it y I m urging everybody to get the ASUS 500W unit
    TT is [email protected] UCC
    ASUS is [email protected] BRAND

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaikh_imtiaj View Post
    Heres the review of Asus 500w. It can deliver power up to 678w!!!! But its efficiency is bad at overload. So my opinion will be also to buy Asus 500w. It has more power than most PSU available in BD. But u have to care about ur electricity bill.

    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/782
    electricity bill = no problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    sorry about that
    accha listen up carefully

    Your budget is 5000-6000...right?
    @ that price u can opt for either the Thermaltake 500W which is 6000tk & then there is another version which is the Thermaltake 550W which is 7000tk...now the interesting part is...the only difference between the two is the no of pci-e power connector it provided...no internal changes...both the units will provide at best 400-450W power which is more than enough for a system housing a Quad Core Q6600+HD4870/GTX280...which are very power hungry cards
    so for no real advantage u have to pay more 7000tk only to get more power connectors...that is jst lame

    Now as for the ASUS 550W(P-55GA)...it is also a 500W unit costs like 5000tk(dont know the actual price)
    when comparing to the TT500W...it has a combined outage of 29amps(14+15amps) available on the 12V rails
    while the ASUS 500W has a combined outage of 30A available on the 12v rails...u get one amp more for less price which is a very important thing

    the ASUS also has two 6-8pins(convertable to 8pins) pci-e connector already from the PSU...u dont need converters to run 4870-4890 or GTX260-GTX280

    TT PSU diagram


    combined 29amps


    6-pin PCI Express Connector
    x1

    only one

    now do u get it y I m urging everybody to get the ASUS 500W unit
    TT is [email protected] UCC
    ASUS is [email protected] BRAND
    budget is around 5000/-.

    ei MOBO (ECS P45T-A) ar PSU (ASUS 550w) te E5300 ke stock cooler e OC kore kototuku kora jabe ?? amar OC somporke aro kom idea. :mellow:

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    you can do 3.2-3.4GHz with stock easily.
    better keep temp under 65C.

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    Overall 2ta PSU er e review gula dekhlam.. ASUS & TT 2ta e prai aki type but ASUS er efficiency better (~80%) + price o less.. So go for the ASUS.

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    OFFTOPIC: which will be better for long time ?

    SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 4890 1GB OC = 20,500/-
    or
    2 x SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 4850 (In Crossfire) = 2 x 9,000/- = 18,000/-


    but this mobo (ECS P45T-A) has a problem. when in crossfire, each card runs at PCI-E 2.0 x8 (= PCI-E 1.0 x16) speed. but will it affect performance ?? galib vai, crush vai to G31 ba onno PCI-E 1.0 x16 er mobo tei 4850 chalai.

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    Wait 1 month then go for GTX 275 which will be 20G.

    but if you set for now then go for GTX 260.

    That's my opinion.

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    Default Re: Need help about buying PSU in a low budget

    When u will crossfire most mobo will do x8. So u don't have to worry about. And theres not a huge change in scaling from x8 to x16 in crossfire.

    And for GPU I have posted earlier. Though in avg FPS 4850x2 sometime beats GTX285 but for playing smoothly and for better scaling always go for single GPU solution. I have discussed it earlier so u better check that.

    So if I were u I would go for 4890.

    Verstepen is right. GTX275 is a better option if 2k isn't a matter for u. As Nvidia has better drivers and better relation with developers so I think GTX275 will be a good choice.
    Last edited by shaikh_imtiaj; October 2nd, 2009 at 15:16.

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    ager je result ta disilam 4850 er crossfire er, oita chilo E5300 diye.

    ekhon eita dilam Q9450 er. 418w dekhaitese, eita ki besi for 550w PSU ?
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