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    i am not a serious gamer. I rarely play games. But I need a GPU which will support every games in minimum graphics with low power consumption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sowrdfish View Post
    MY pc config:

    Core i5
    Ram 8GB
    Motherboard: B85M-E


    i am not a serious gamer. I rarely play games. But I need a GPU which will support every games in minimum graphics with low power consumption.
    Do u hav a good power supply? Or r u running on generic? while suggesting a gpu, that is a fact. and also mention ur budget for gpu..
    Why so Serious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by -RAKIB- View Post
    Do u hav a good power supply? Or r u running on generic? while suggesting a gpu, that is a fact. and also mention ur budget for gpu..
    PSU: Thermal-tech 630 watt
    Budget : 15000

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    Quote Originally Posted by sowrdfish View Post
    PSU: Thermal-tech 630 watt
    Budget : 15000
    Take nvidia card like gtx750ti,,,, games er pasapasi other application eo valo support paben.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLaDOS View Post
    Take nvidia card like gtx750ti,,,, games er pasapasi other application eo valo support paben.
    From where it will be best to buy?

    gtx750t power kemon consume kore. amar pc daily 15 hours on thake normal kaze
    Last edited by sowrdfish; July 15th, 2014 at 21:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sowrdfish View Post
    my pc config:

    Core i5
    ram 8gb
    motherboard: B85m-e


    i am not a serious gamer. I rarely play games. but i need a gpu which will support every games in minimum graphics with low power consumption.
    gt640 :d

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    Quote Originally Posted by sowrdfish View Post
    From where it will be best to buy?

    gtx750t power kemon consume kore. amar pc daily 15 hours on thake normal kaze
    GTX750ti is the most efficient card ever release yet
    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/N...750_Ti/26.html

    search IDB or go UCC-
    http://ucc-bd.com/msi-n750-ti-2gd5-o...dvi-d-x-1.html

    current MRP should be lower then 15k

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    Quote Originally Posted by sowrdfish View Post
    From where it will be best to buy?

    gtx750t power kemon consume kore. amar pc daily 15 hours on thake normal kaze
    normal kaze 24hr on thakleo prb nai... tention korar kisu nai, just get that card as Glados suggested
    Why so Serious!

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    @sowrdfishYour PSU is thermal-tech or is it thermaltake?
    Everyone is suggesting GTX750ti because you want a GPU with low power consumption. But my question is why? If you have a Thermaltake PSU at 630 watt, which is monstrous. And i doubt that your even drawing more than 150 watts during load. Even if its not thermaltake and some Chinese clone, if the psu is rated 350 watts at 12V rail and have a six pin PCIE power connector your good to go with other GPUs which might draw a little more power but would cost much less. Becayse at ~TK 16500 I feel GTX 750ti is a bit overpriced in Bangladesh. You will get the same level of performance with Radeon 260X at TK 13000 (even less if you have the barter skills).

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    @sowrdfishYour PSU is thermal-tech or is it thermaltake?
    Everyone is suggesting GTX750ti because you want a GPU with low power consumption. But my question is why? If you have a Thermaltake PSU at 630 watt, which is monstrous. And i doubt that your even drawing more than 150 watts during load. Even if its not thermaltake and some Chinese clone, if the psu is rated 350 watts at 12V rail and have a six pin PCIE power connector your good to go with other GPUs which might draw a little more power but would cost much less. Becayse at ~TK 16500 I feel GTX 750ti is a bit overpriced in Bangladesh. You will get the same level of performance with Radeon 260X at TK 13000 (even less if you have the barter skills).

    Totally agree with u bro.
    I m using hd 7850 with gigabyte superb 570W (More than enough).
    So i think r7 260x is better but i recommend you to buy r9 270(because u can't upgrade gpu u can only change.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    @sowrdfishYour PSU is thermal-tech or is it thermaltake?
    Everyone is suggesting GTX750ti because you want a GPU with low power consumption. But my question is why? If you have a Thermaltake PSU at 630 watt, which is monstrous. And i doubt that your even drawing more than 150 watts during load. Even if its not thermaltake and some Chinese clone, if the psu is rated 350 watts at 12V rail and have a six pin PCIE power connector your good to go with other GPUs which might draw a little more power but would cost much less. Becayse at ~TK 16500 I feel GTX 750ti is a bit overpriced in Bangladesh. You will get the same level of performance with Radeon 260X at TK 13000 (even less if you have the barter skills).
    He clearly mentioned that performance is not his preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    @sowrdfishYour PSU is thermal-tech or is it thermaltake?
    Everyone is suggesting GTX750ti because you want a GPU with low power consumption. But my question is why? If you have a Thermaltake PSU at 630 watt, which is monstrous. And i doubt that your even drawing more than 150 watts during load. Even if its not thermaltake and some Chinese clone, if the psu is rated 350 watts at 12V rail and have a six pin PCIE power connector your good to go with other GPUs which might draw a little more power but would cost much less. Becayse at ~TK 16500 I feel GTX 750ti is a bit overpriced in Bangladesh. You will get the same level of performance with Radeon 260X at TK 13000 (even less if you have the barter skills).
    Hi, Gigabyte GTX 750 TI price is 13.5K in IDB . I checked it myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ony View Post
    Hi, Gigabyte GTX 750 TI price is 13.5K in IDB . I checked it myself.
    1gb...or 2gb??

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    1gb...or 2gb??
    2GB . If i am not wrong there are only 2Gb versions of GTX 750 TI.

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    Leadtek GTX 750 ti OC er price IDBte 14500. 750 ti Battlefield 4 1920x1200 resolutione average 37fps dite pare with ultra graphics settings + 2x AA + tessellation enabled. So eta thik medium-low end graphics card na jeta apni chassen, so amar kase eita a bit overkill mone hoitese. Ei card besirvag game high settingse kono problem charai chalate parbe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rexron View Post
    Leadtek GTX 750 ti OC er price IDBte 14500. 750 ti Battlefield 4 1920x1200 resolutione average 37fps dite pare with ultra graphics settings + 2x AA + tessellation enabled. So eta thik medium-low end graphics card na jeta apni chassen, so amar kase eita a bit overkill mone hoitese. Ei card besirvag game high settingse kono problem charai chalate parbe.
    Binary Logic only gives 1 year warranty. Plus Leadtex is not such a well known brand. Binary Logic may not import another batch in the future. That is why I dont prefer it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ony View Post
    Hi, Gigabyte GTX 750 TI price is 13.5K in IDB . I checked it myself.
    The price I quoted was from UCC. GTX 750 TI should cost 13.5k. BTW which shops are selling it at 13.5K and how many days of warranty are they providing?

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    UCC te only MSI er GTX 750TI paben, price 16K er upor e. And I am using Gigabyte GTX 750 TI , Card ta onnek bhalo performance dicche, ami onnek game e High- ultra high e good FPS numbers e I play korte parchi. Tobe Graphics card er performance depend kore luck er upor, Ek e model er GPU hole o different cards kono time e same performance dibe na. Do to nano tech problems. . So card ta kina r age doa durud pore jaiyen, kaj e dibe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Binary Logic only gives 1 year warranty. Plus Leadtex is not such a well known brand. Binary Logic may not import another batch in the future. That is why I dont prefer it.

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    The price I quoted was from UCC. GTX 750 TI should cost 13.5k. BTW which shops are selling it at 13.5K and how many days of warranty are they providing?
    As mentioned , amar Card Gigabyte GTX 750 TI 2GB windforce edition . 2 years warranty . Ami IDB r 3rd floor er Onixcomputers theke kinechi, oi shop chara 3rd floor er r ekta shop e I apni Gigabyte er GTX 750 TI paben.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sowrdfish View Post
    From where it will be best to buy?

    gtx750t power kemon consume kore. amar pc daily 15 hours on thake normal kaze
    If you want to calculate the power consumption of your PC which remains ON for around 15 hours, but don't game on it much, It doesnt matter what GPU you get cuz the power consumption will be more or less the same.

    Idle power consumption of all the latest GPUs are almost same, this includes the 750ti. -> http://www.anandtech.com/show/7764/t...iew-maxwell/22

    The 750ti is the most efficient card in terms of power consumption when in load and the electric bill you will save getting this card wont be more than 1000tk in a year.

    You should be looking for performance rather than power consumption in a GPU for a normal PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Binary Logic only gives 1 year warranty. Plus Leadtex is not such a well known brand. Binary Logic may not import another batch in the future. That is why I dont prefer it.
    Just because Leadtek isn't that known brand in Bangladesh doesn't mean they don't make good graphics cards. They've been in the gpu business for a fairly long time. If you're not comfortable buying them then that's an entirely different matter. And Binary Logic is an authorized dealer of leadtek graphics cards, there's no reason for them to stop importing other than if they're not profitable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rexron View Post
    Just because Leadtek isn't that known brand in Bangladesh doesn't mean they don't make good graphics cards. They've been in the gpu business for a fairly long time. If you're not comfortable buying them then that's an entirely different matter. And Binary Logic is an authorized dealer of leadtek graphics cards, there's no reason for them to stop importing other than if they're not profitable.
    read this http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...hlight=leadtek

    the famous "Leadtek 560 Ti" thread. after reading decide whether to go for Leadtek cards or not

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