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    Hi guys, ami amar pc ta upgrade korte chacchi but I have very limited resources. So as a quick fix, ami plan kortesi I will just upgrade my Motherboard and purchase a 64Gb SSd for Windows installation. Oh I need HDMI support as well so I must upgrade my MB.

    Here is my basic low-cost Pc which was bought around 2009ish

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    CPU: Intel C2D 2.93Ghz E7500 3Mb 1066 45nm
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    I have a budget around 12k, so plz help me with my purchases. I might upgrade my processor in the coming month(or year), so would like if the recommended motherboard is compatible with modern processors as well. Also, I have very poor knowledge about computer hardware, so will appreciate all help.

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    I guess you will have a hard time finding a MOBO with LGA 775 socket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franklin View Post
    I guess you will have a hard time finding a MOBO with LGA 775 socket.
    oh ok :/. But why is it so? Is the MOBO with LGA 775 not available in the markets? Or have they stopped producing MOBO with this socket? Seriously, I'm really a noob at this, so apologies If I sound so naive. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lafaetye View Post
    oh ok :/. But why is it so? Is the MOBO with LGA 775 not available in the markets? Or have they stopped producing MOBO with this socket? Seriously, I'm really a noob at this, so apologies If I sound so naive. :/
    It is quite an old socket. The latter is more likely. :/

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    If u buy a LGA 775 mobo now .. it wont support ur new Processor .. so its better to wait n buy the mobo needed for ur new processor

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    your old processor cant be compatible with the new mobo so when you will upgrade then you have to buy a new motherboard as well, now as you have 12k so it would be better if you buy an ssd 128gb minimum as 64gb is too low this days with updates and other softwares it wont be sufficient and you can upgrade your rams too at least it will help to run some games as maximum games now requires 4gb rams

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    1. get an ssd or
    2. Sell your current cpu+mobo+ram for around 5k and get h61/h81+i3+4gb for around 17k.

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    SSDs are must now.

    And your cpu is too old. Maybe if your budget doesnt cover, get the SSD for now and then go for cpu upgrade much later on. You will notice the benefit of SSD way better than cpu upgrade now in day to day computer usage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    SSDs are must now.

    And your cpu is too old. Maybe if your budget doesnt cover, get the SSD for now and then go for cpu upgrade much later on. You will notice the benefit of SSD way better than cpu upgrade now in day to day computer usage.
    Good suggestion.

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    SSD te ki emon subidha??

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuadStorm View Post
    SSD te ki emon subidha??
    Everything that is installed in the SSD have near instantaneous loading times. For a rough approximation, applications that would take 8-10 seconds to load in a hard disk would take around a second or two in a decent SSD. Even old C2D laptops that I have outfitted with SSD's have people thanking me for it, the speed gains are such that no processor upgrade alone can possibly match it for application loading times and such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuadStorm View Post
    SSD te ki emon subidha??
    Hard disk is the biggest bottleneck now in most modern computers. Compared to CPU and Ram speeds, HDD limits the performance. SSD greatly eliminates that bottleneck.

    I highly suggest everyone to go with SSD, even with cheap pc builds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lafaetye View Post
    Hi guys, ami amar pc ta upgrade korte chacchi but I have very limited resources. So as a quick fix, ami plan kortesi I will just upgrade my Motherboard and purchase a 64Gb SSd for Windows installation. Oh I need HDMI support as well so I must upgrade my MB.

    Here is my basic low-cost Pc which was bought around 2009ish

    Motherboard: ASUS G41 P5QPL-AM (2R) LGA775
    CPU: Intel C2D 2.93Ghz E7500 3Mb 1066 45nm
    RAM: Apacer 2GB DDR2 800BUS
    Hard Drive: WD 320GB 7200RPM SATA
    NO Gpu's or PSU's

    I have a budget around 12k, so plz help me with my purchases. I might upgrade my processor in the coming month(or year), so would like if the recommended motherboard is compatible with modern processors as well. Also, I have very poor knowledge about computer hardware, so will appreciate all help.
    As others have stated, you wont be able to find any 775 motherboard with hdmi output in the market now.

    One thing you may consider is buying a used HD5450 or similar gpu with HDMI output (possibly available at around or less than 2k in Facebook forums). It will give you the necessary HDMI support and leave enough money to invest in a ssd.

    - - - Updated - - -

    HD5450 has very low power consumption and fully compatible with your existing motherboard.

    You should also research on your chosen ssd's performance on sata II ports, as I believe your motherboard comes with sata II ports and not sata III

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    i can give u another suggestion. go for good cpu mobo upgrade may be socket 1155(as ur budget) than u can buy a ssd any time.it will be effective for the longterm.

    and yes ssd is way to fast to start any application,games than hdd... even sata 3 of hdd is very slow compared to ssd but if ur cpu is not fast enough then ssd s permornce boost will not be much

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Hard disk is the biggest bottleneck now in most modern computers. Compared to CPU and Ram speeds, HDD limits the performance. SSD greatly eliminates that bottleneck.

    I highly suggest everyone to go with SSD, even with cheap pc builds.

    Umm...... i have a lil objection about that video, my pissy, even with my harddicks starts under 20s -_______- And i moved back from ssd to hdd for a reason. I dont even use UEFI.
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    if u can bear it, wait for a while, save more money and then buy a complete new setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Umm...... i have a lil objection about that video, my pissy, even with my harddicks starts under 20s -_______- And i moved back from ssd to hdd for a reason. I dont even use UEFI.
    That is because Windows 8 has quick boot up from shutdown. Try doing a restart with Win 8 or any sort of boot up with Windows 7 and SSDs will beat your HDD 100% of time.

    What do you mean by moved back? All people use SSD + HDD as a combo. Unless someone is very rich, no one just uses SSD as standalone drive. Maybe in 5 years, that may happen but not now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yasinonic View Post
    i can give u another suggestion. go for good cpu mobo upgrade may be socket 1155(as ur budget) than u can buy a ssd any time.it will be effective for the longterm.

    and yes ssd is way to fast to start any application,games than hdd... even sata 3 of hdd is very slow compared to ssd but if ur cpu is not fast enough then ssd s permornce boost will not be much
    Upgrading cpu wont help.

    The reason why some people see improvement is not because of cpu. That is because of motherboard SATA controller. At minimum you need SATA 3 controller for SSD. CPU by itself has nothing to do. As i said HDD is the biggest bottleneck and not even the fastest HDD can fully utilize a Core 2 duo processor. So right now, he will see the biggest improvment now with a SSD rather than cpu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    That is because Windows 8 has quick boot up from shutdown. Try doing a restart with Win 8 or any sort of boot up with Windows 7 and SSDs will beat your HDD 100% of time.

    What do you mean by moved back? All people use SSD + HDD as a combo. Unless someone is very rich, no one just uses SSD as standalone drive. Maybe in 5 years, that may happen but not now.

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    Upgrading cpu wont help.

    The reason why some people see improvement is not because of cpu. That is because of motherboard SATA controller. At minimum you need SATA 3 controller for SSD. CPU by itself has nothing to do. As i said HDD is the biggest bottleneck and not even the fastest HDD can fully utilize a Core 2 duo processor. So right now, he will see the biggest improvment now with a SSD rather than cpu.
    if a hdd can not utilize the full potential of a dual core than why people bother to buy core i7???? dont u think they should be buying pentium proccessor...

    they just not only buy i7 they overclock it to get perfomance boost.


    to get maximum perfomance i.e data transfer rate from cpu to hdd or ssd u need to tune up ur pc. its like tuning a car.if u put a 8 cilinder engine in a taxi it will never be as fast as 8 cilinder racing car.as well as if ur racing car is not aerodynamic than u will never be as fast as it should be.its all about tuning....yes with dual core and ssd it should be fast for starting but when its started, any apllication's calculation will be done by cpu and with dual core there must be bottlenck bcz it is not fast enough compare to core i5.

    hdd or ssd send data to cpu through sata ,cpu calculate it and then send signal to output.considering budget and geting maximum boost is not easy..i think a core i5,with z77 mobo and some fast 8gb ram it should be fine for home use...unless u doing some heavy graphics design or finding prime number in million digits

    why i am giving this post i still think ssd's value way to much.
    Last edited by Yasinonic; March 3rd, 2014 at 09:53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    What do you mean by moved back? All people use SSD + HDD as a combo. Unless someone is very rich, no one just uses SSD as standalone drive. Maybe in 5 years, that may happen but not now.
    Yes i did. Still i feel it was not actually that necessary. I dont mind waiting extra few seconds while loading games or booting up. But I do mind spending ~15-17k after storage devices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuadStorm View Post
    SSD te ki emon subidha??
    Moneybag e taka thake, ar moneybag backside e thake. So, taka beshi thakar karone jader backside chulkay, tara ssd kine. Amaro chulkaisilo dekhe kinsilam, pore abar sell kore disi. -________- 12k diye ssd keno, abar 5k diye hdd kino, total 17k taka storage device e spend korar moto borolok akhono hoi nai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Yes i did. Still i feel it was not actually that necessary. I dont mind waiting extra few seconds while loading games or booting up. But I do mind spending ~15-17k after storage devices.
    SSD is only meant to make your OS run faster, i.e your C: drive, not act as a replacement of a total HDD. They still don't have the GB/$ as HDDs but that will soon catch up in a few years.

    TLDR: SSD(boot) + HDD(storage) gives the best possible performance, and also economical money wise.

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