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NekoRacing
post Mar 1 2017, 11:18 AM

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QUOTE(terence_nwb @ Mar 1 2017, 08:39 AM)
GT730 is on par (or just slightly faster) with the iGPU of G4560 which is HD 610, not worth spending extra for GT730 TBH, save the money or go for better model instead.
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In this case, wouldn't it be better if I remove the GPU, and upgrade the processor to i3 7100?

Next GPU upgrade would be nVIDIA 1050, light gaming would most likely be Candy Crush, Bejeweled.

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post Mar 1 2017, 11:49 AM

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QUOTE(NekoRacing @ Mar 1 2017, 11:18 AM)
In this case, wouldn't it be better if I remove the GPU, and upgrade the processor to i3 7100?

Next GPU upgrade would be nVIDIA 1050, light gaming would most likely be Candy Crush, Bejeweled.
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The benefits of i3 7100 over G4560 are slightly faster core clock speed and iGPU (HD 630), its price tag is the double of G4560, I wouldn't recommend it unless you really need those minor enhancements.

HD 630 is around 25% faster than HD 610.
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post Mar 1 2017, 02:46 PM

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Can anyone suggest me RM3k+- rig that is mainly for gaming? Thanks in advanced.. no monitor needed just rig..
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post Mar 1 2017, 03:08 PM

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QUOTE(PowerGadget @ Mar 1 2017, 02:46 PM)
Can anyone suggest me RM3k+- rig that is mainly for gaming? Thanks in advanced.. no monitor needed just rig..
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Disclosing type of games and resolution of monitor will help to provide a better recommendation that is wallet friendly
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post Mar 1 2017, 04:36 PM

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CPU: Intel Pentium G4560
MOBO: ASUS H110M-D
RAM: GSKill AEGIS 4GB DDR4 2133mhz
Case: AVF Casing with 450W PSU
SSD: WD 1TB Caviar Blue HDD

Currently I want to make this build w/o gpu and use for watch movie on my 40' FHD TV

Later I will pair up with gtx 1060 3gb

May I know is there any issue on usage with the PSU 450W?
And any issue with gaming while using TV?
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QUOTE(mrisham2 @ Mar 1 2017, 04:36 PM)
CPU: Intel Pentium G4560
MOBO: ASUS H110M-D
RAM: GSKill AEGIS 4GB DDR4 2133mhz
Case: AVF Casing with 450W PSU
SSD: WD 1TB Caviar Blue HDD

Currently I want to make this build w/o gpu and use for watch movie on my 40' FHD TV

Later I will pair up with gtx 1060 3gb

May I know is there any issue on usage with the PSU 450W?
And any issue with gaming while using TV?
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AVF 450W is low end PSU, don't expect good quality with this unit but it will still work just fine, lifespan might be shorter than others though, if you can, always go for a better PSU, it is like the heart of all the components.

TV has much higher input lag compared to PC monitor, manufacturers never disclose this data so it is quite hard to track the real input lag value but you will experience it easily if you play a lot of fast pace games like CS:GO, Overwatch etc.
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post Mar 2 2017, 10:39 AM

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QUOTE(richard912 @ Mar 1 2017, 03:08 PM)
Disclosing type of games and resolution of monitor will help to provide a better recommendation that is wallet friendly
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Thanks for your helping..

Wish to play latest game at playable fps
Monitor resolution 1920X1080

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post Mar 2 2017, 11:31 AM

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QUOTE(PowerGadget @ Mar 2 2017, 10:39 AM)
Thanks for your helping..

Wish to play latest game at playable fps
Monitor resolution 1920X1080
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Prices are currently in a state of flux because of incoming new (lower) pricing on Intel CPU and Nvidia GPU. Based on currently available prices, here's a potential build for you:

1. CPU - Intel i5 7400 - RM835
2. MOBO - ASUS H110M-K - RM279
3. RAM - 8gb DDR4-2133 - RM289
4. Case - Fractal Design Define C Window - RM399
5. PSU - SuperFlower Leadex Silver 650W - RM399
6. SSD - Samsung 850EVO 120GB - RM299
7. HDD - 1TB 7200rpm - RM219

Total RM2719 before "rebates" based on Idealtech

For GPU, you could choose from:
1. Gigabyte GTX1050 2GB - RM579
2. Gigabyte GTX1050ti 4GB - RM719
3. Gigabyte GTX1060 3GB - RM1229
4. Gigabyte GTX1060 Windforce OC 6GB - RM1385


You can fine-tune using Idealtech's tool here.
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post Mar 2 2017, 11:56 AM

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Hi guys, i need advice to build my Rig

[Budget] RM5500 ~ RM6000

[Purpose] Gaming (AAA), Movie, etc

[Hardwares that will be re-use] Monitor,Keyboard,mouse

[Monitor resolution] -

[Games & softwares that use frequently] latest games, AAA title

[Personal preferences] i5/i7 (Kabylake), Z270 Mobo (prefer MSI, open any suggestion), GTX1070/GTX1080, Liquid CPU cooler

[Location] KL

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post Mar 2 2017, 12:00 PM

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QUOTE(masterawai @ Mar 2 2017, 11:56 AM)
Hi guys, i need advice to build my Rig

[Budget] RM5500 ~ RM6000

[Purpose] Gaming (AAA), Movie, etc

[Hardwares that will be re-use] Monitor,Keyboard,mouse

[Monitor resolution] -

[Games & softwares that use frequently] latest games, AAA title

[Personal preferences] i5/i7 (Kabylake), Z270 Mobo (prefer MSI, open any suggestion), GTX1070/GTX1080, Liquid CPU cooler

[Location] KL
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If you are not in a hurry, suggest you wait a bit. Price adjustments expected on Intel CPU and Nvidia GPU soon.

EDIT : What monitor resolution will you be gaming on? 1080p means you won't need super high-end GPU

This post has been edited by richard912: Mar 2 2017, 12:01 PM
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post Mar 2 2017, 12:14 PM

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QUOTE(richard912 @ Mar 2 2017, 12:00 PM)
If you are not in a hurry, suggest you wait a bit. Price adjustments expected on Intel CPU and Nvidia GPU soon.

EDIT : What monitor resolution will you be gaming on? 1080p means you won't need super high-end GPU
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I'm not really hurry, could be around 3 or 4 months from today,

and if 1080p resolution, which GPU should i buy? and if 1440p?
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post Mar 2 2017, 12:28 PM

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QUOTE(masterawai @ Mar 2 2017, 12:14 PM)
I'm not really hurry, could be around 3 or 4 months from today,

and if 1080p resolution, which GPU should i buy? and if 1440p?
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If in no hurry, you will get better value with your budget. In any case, 1080p with ultra settings, a GTX1070 is good. A GTX1060 may do too but some settings will need to be scaled down. For 1440p with ultra settings, a GTX1080 is recommended. FYI GTX1080TI has been announced. Definitely a consideration as it is supposed to be good for 4k and even 5k resolution. This means it will rock 1440p. Price point will be circa current GTX1080. So, should you wait? Definitely!!
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post Mar 2 2017, 01:18 PM

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QUOTE(richard912 @ Mar 2 2017, 12:28 PM)
If in no hurry, you will get better value with your budget. In any case, 1080p with ultra settings, a GTX1070 is good. A GTX1060 may do too but some settings will need to be scaled down. For 1440p with ultra settings, a GTX1080 is recommended. FYI GTX1080TI has been announced. Definitely a consideration as it is supposed to be good for 4k and even 5k resolution. This means it will rock 1440p. Price point will be circa current GTX1080. So, should you wait? Definitely!!
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Yeah, i heard about 1080Ti, i guess, i'll wait. Btw thank you.. thumbup.gif thumbup.gif thumbup.gif
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post Mar 2 2017, 02:48 PM

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Thinking want to build a long term PC for gaming. Buy some basic stuff first then upgrade later.

[B][Budget] RM1500 - 2000

[Purpose] Mostly focusing on Gaming + Photoshop

[Hardwares that will be re-use] Keyboard, Mouse,

[Monitor resolution] 1080p fine by me.

[Games & softwares that use frequently] Adobe Photoshop, DOTA2, Vegas Pro

[Personal preferences] Smooth gaming or rendering. Recommend me. Donno much bout PC. thanks.

[Location] Selangor
terence_nwb
post Mar 2 2017, 06:44 PM

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QUOTE(Lycan91 @ Mar 2 2017, 02:48 PM)
Thinking want to build a long term PC for gaming. Buy some basic stuff first then upgrade later.

[B][Budget] RM1500 - 2000

[Purpose] Mostly focusing on Gaming + Photoshop

[Hardwares that will be re-use] Keyboard, Mouse,

[Monitor resolution] 1080p fine by me.

[Games & softwares that use frequently] Adobe Photoshop, DOTA2, Vegas Pro

[Personal preferences] Smooth gaming or rendering. Recommend me. Donno much bout PC. thanks.

[Location] Selangor
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Your budget is not easy to build a "long term PC", you gonna spend ~RM 500 for a 1080p monitor and ~RM 1500 for the rest of the components (assuming you can fork out 2k max budget), 1.5k is not a healthy budget to deal with especially when gaming is involved, 2 paths for you to choose in this scenario:

1. Get a reasonable + decent CPU and use its iGPU for gaming first, I notice you only listed Dota 2 so iGPU is probably fine if you aren't too picky on the settings that you can run, this path will not include a discrete GPU until you have more funds.

2. Run everything on low end hardware, this will grant you with a low end CPU + low end discrete GPU for gaming.

I would recommend 1st option since you are going to upgrade the parts later, it is much easier to upgrade or add in a discrete GPU later on than upgrading both CPU and GPU at the same time in the future.
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post Mar 3 2017, 08:46 AM

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[Budget] unlimited

[Purpose] Gaming only

[Hardwares that will be re-use] None since my 1080p and CSGO pc needs them biggrin.gif

[Monitor resolution] 1440p

[Games & softwares that use frequently] Steam, Origin, Uplay

[Personal preferences]

CPU - Intel i7
Mobo - z270? (ATX is preferred)
CPU Cooler - (do i need this?)
RAM - 16gb
Casing - S340 Elite TG
PSU - Full Modular
GFX - recommend
SSD1 - 240/256 for OS & Software
SSD2 - For games, 1TB perhaps or 500/512 dual?
Monitor - recommend (preferably 27" IPS, i don't know whether i need G-Sync or not)

[Location] I prefer Etech PC

[Side Notes] I can compromise with the video setting with high only, no hairworks stuff but any suggestion is welcomed nod.gif


Thanks in advance

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post Mar 3 2017, 09:17 AM

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QUOTE(Speedodevo @ Mar 3 2017, 08:46 AM)
[Budget] unlimited

[Purpose] Gaming only

[Hardwares that will be re-use] None since my 1080p and CSGO pc needs them  biggrin.gif

[Monitor resolution] 1440p

[Games & softwares that use frequently] Steam, Origin, Uplay

[Personal preferences]

CPU - Intel i7
Mobo - z270? (ATX is preferred)
CPU Cooler - (do i need this?)
RAM - 16gb
Casing - S340 Elite TG
PSU - Full Modular
GFX - recommend
SSD1 - 240/256 for OS & Software
SSD2 - For games, 1TB perhaps or 500/512 dual?
Monitor - recommend (preferably 27" IPS, i don't know whether i need G-Sync or not)

[Location] I prefer Etech PC

[Side Notes] I can compromise with the video setting with high only, no hairworks stuff but any suggestion is welcomed  nod.gif


Thanks in advance
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Unlimited budget?? Wait for GTX1080ti to hit Malaysian market. Expect price will be RM38xx. Get 2 for SLI for ultra setting on EVERYTHING

CPU - Intel i7-7700K RM1559 - Price expected to drop a due to recent Intel announcement
Mobo - ASUS ROG STRIX Z270E Gaming RM1200
CPU Cooler - NZXT Kraken X62 RM759 (nice bling bling)
RAM - GSkill TridentZ RGB 2x8GB DDR4-3200 RM799 (more bling bling)
Casing - S340 Elite TG RM475
PSU - Full Modular Superflower Leadex Gold 750W RM549
GFX - recommend GTX 1080ti ~RM38xx
SSD1 - 240/256 for OS & Software - Samsung 960 EVO M2 500GB RM1250 (super fast speed!)
SSD2 - For games, 1TB - Samsung 850EVO RM2199
Monitor - recommend (preferably 27" IPS, i don't know whether i need G-Sync or not)- Predator X34A RM4699 or Acer XB271HU RM3699
- Bangsawan monitor: ASUS PG348Q RM6269 or ASUS PG279Q RM4159

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post Mar 3 2017, 12:23 PM

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QUOTE(Speedodevo @ Mar 3 2017, 08:46 AM)
[Budget] unlimited

[Purpose] Gaming only

[Hardwares that will be re-use] None since my 1080p and CSGO pc needs them  biggrin.gif

[Monitor resolution] 1440p

[Games & softwares that use frequently] Steam, Origin, Uplay

[Personal preferences]

CPU - Intel i7
Mobo - z270? (ATX is preferred)
CPU Cooler - (do i need this?)
RAM - 16gb
Casing - S340 Elite TG
PSU - Full Modular
GFX - recommend
SSD1 - 240/256 for OS & Software
SSD2 - For games, 1TB perhaps or 500/512 dual?
Monitor - recommend (preferably 27" IPS, i don't know whether i need G-Sync or not)

[Location] I prefer Etech PC

[Side Notes] I can compromise with the video setting with high only, no hairworks stuff but any suggestion is welcomed  nod.gif


Thanks in advance
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If you prefer to build now (or in other word, get it done within these few days), then you don't really have to wait for GTX1080Ti, GTX1080 has its price dropped since GTX1080Ti launched few days ago and Zotac Malaysia is the first one to announce the price drop, you can get a Zotac branded GTX1080 at just ~2.7k (depends on the variants you get). But you have "unlimited" budget so it is really up to you whether to opt for GTX1080Ti biggrin.gif


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post Mar 3 2017, 04:45 PM

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dear sifu here, finally my 9 years old i7 860 rig keep popping out some issue recently. i was thinking change it to AMD 8320, i was wondering is there any amd mobo still supporting 1333 ram with the AMD 8320?

my current build
CPU - Intel i7 860 <---upgradeing this
Mobo - msi gd55-65 <---upgradeing this
RAM - 16gb 1333
Casing - CM 690
PSU - 500w (9 years old)
GPU - GTX750 oc
SSD1 - 240 for OS & Software
HDD1 - 1 TB

reason why i dont go for intel because the price is too high i dont think worth it. i only play wow and cs go and normal video editing. any suggestion?

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