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    Give me suggestions about cpu combination..
    2 cpu combination of mine has been given below
    Amd fx-6300-11.6k
    R7 265-15.5k+3k( psu required
    MSI G43 -6.3k
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    Msi gtx N750 TF 1G-13.2k
    H81 -5.5k
    Which combination will give me overall better performance for next 5years??
    Else you guyz can suggest me another within 35k (only include processor,gpu,mobo, psu(if needed)

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    The first combination obviously

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    I'd recommend the second combination.

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    Add 3k more and go for 750Ti.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RMS View Post
    I'd recommend the second combination.

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    Add 3k more and go for 750Ti.
    I have no intention for overclocking... Both gfx card have same clock speed... (For ur kind information my monitor's res -1366×769)
    Thn why i have to go for 750ti??

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMS View Post
    I'd recommend the second combination.

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    Add 3k more and go for 750Ti.

    what vya said

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanjim107878 View Post
    I have no intention for overclocking... Both gfx card have same clock speed... (For ur kind information my monitor's res -1366×769)
    Thn why i have to go for 750ti??


    750ti are faster and the resolution you are talking are not matters, you will see the importance when gpu intensive games comes out in the market so having a good gpu isnt a loss

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    what vya said
    Sry bro... Cant understand... Explain plz

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    watch again i explained

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    watch again i explained
    Ya i noticed but bro why not another in this price range like r7 265???
    Is there any problem with r7 265???
    Or which one is more better in this price range...r7 265/750ti?
    If 750ti dont cause far difference with N750 tf oc i have to go for 750..
    Cause enlarging my budget will be difficult for me though i will try if it is cause far difference...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunia_r_JAURA View Post
    Anything beside an AMD setup.
    Bro what's the problem with amd???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanjim107878 View Post
    I have no intention for overclocking... Both gfx card have same clock speed... (For ur kind information my monitor's res -1366×769)
    Thn why i have to go for 750ti??
    If you are determined to keep using that 720p monitor in future, GTX 750 will be more than enough. And for safety, try to add a Delux 450 watt PSU later for only 1500~1600 BDT.

    IMO R7 265 is a tad better than 750Ti.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RMS View Post
    If you are determined to keep using that 720p monitor in future, GTX 750 will be more than enough. And for safety, try to add a Delux 450 watt PSU later for only 1500~1600 BDT.

    IMO R7 265 is a tad better than 750Ti.
    R7 265-15.5k n 750ti-16k thn which will be better choice?

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    Intel setup always.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanjim107878 View Post
    R7 265-15.5k n 750ti-16k thn which will be better choice?
    Obviously R7 265 is faster, but then you have to juice it up with a potent PSU.
    GTX 750Ti doesn't require a 6 pin PEG connection and can be run safely even with a 350 watt PSU. So if you are really in budget, you don't have to worry about buying a PSU, run it with your stock PSU which came with the casing.

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    So choice is yours.


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    get the r7 265

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    the 265 is way better than the 750 ti .

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    The power consumption difference between a 265 and 750Ti is around 55W (At full LOAD) . Its still advised to get PSU for the 750 ti if you get it.
    I would advice to get a R7 265, its way better than 750Ti performance wise.

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    Check the whole review at : http://www.anandtech.com/show/7764/t...iew-maxwell/15

    And get the i5, it will give you better FPS than the FX 6000 series.
    You could also look at the FX 8320 an 8 core processor. I believe its going to give a better FPS than i5 after 2 years when programs will tend to use more cores. It can reach i7 like performance in heavily threaded application, but only few applications use 8 cores now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanjim107878 View Post
    Intel core i5 4440-15k
    R7 265 1G-15k
    H81 -5k
    Which combination will give me overall better performance for next 5years??
    Else you guyz can suggest me another within 35k (only include processor,gpu,mobo, psu(if needed)
    ^^This and a tt LP 430w/Corsair VS450 would do fine

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    then u guyz saying r7-265 will be da bang for da bucks!!!Then suggest me a perfect rig among 60k(include everything needed to build up a complete pc)

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