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  2. Plutosaurus

    Ryzen and high fps

    I think you mean resolution
  3. Turtle Rig

    Ryzen and high fps

    Also note the Zen 2 7nm fab is coming in two months. I bet my money it will keep up with the 9900k while give you sh*T load of more cores.
  4. aisle9

    970 Evo in T420 using m.2 to Sata adapter

    Ok, just checking. I went from a 512GB 850 Pro SATA SSD to an NVMe WD Black 250GB M.2 SSD, and I will never go back. I went from a 20-ish second boot time to 6 seconds.
  5. To answer your question, it doesnt have to be ASUS. But do you know what type of mount this is? (I need 100m by 100m, VESA-mount)
  6. CiBi

    I have a Dream...The Dreamcast SFF build!

    Awesome job man, this shot in particular looks really cool
  7. Brass_01

    TUF B450M-PLUS GAMING

    as for thermal testing is this usable?
  8. Timotheus2

    970 Evo in T420 using m.2 to Sata adapter

    They are very similar in performance. The 860 Evo might be minimally better in some Benchmarks, but it is also ~50$ more per TB.
  9. Minibois

    Ryzen and high fps

    It's all fake news! All a conspiracy by BIG INTEL! /s In a game the CPU and GPU both work together to make frame of the game. Many games still don't operate with a lot of cores (the thing AMD has the biggest advantage in), so single core performance (where Intel is a lot better) thus shines as the best thing out there. Keeping that general* idea in mind, Intel has an easier time pushing a ton of frames out, making it easy to keep up with the GPU. On higher fps, you get less frames per second; thus the CPU has to do less. While at high fps (or low detail, meaning the GPU does less work), the CPU has to do more per second, making the Intel CPU's better in those scenarios. * of course this is a very big generalization of the real world, how one game reacts might be totally different from another, so always first check the benchmarks for whatever game (or other program) you will use to see what is better.
  10. exon654

    Help me upgrade CPU

    Thank you for your time, I will try to "pair" some parts and will let you know.
  11. Plutosaurus

    Ryzen and high fps

    Assuming equal and sufficiently bpowerful GPUs, you will need to sacrifice significantly more CPU-based settings on the AMD to get to 144 than you will on unlocked OC Intel chips.
  12. Hi , i have problem, the handbrakes for pc costs like 165€, i cant understand and how it can cost that much https://www.amazon.com/Thrustmaster-Sequential-Shifter-Handbrake-Sparco-Console/dp/B07H1Q2F5P/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1?keywords=ThrustMaster+-+TSS&qid=1555683664&s=gateway&sr=8-1-fkmrnull I wonder could i make my own hadbrake with a pressure sensitive button? And if so, how could wire it to a usb cable?
  13. Bababababaaba

    4 gigs of ram > 8 gigs?

    Le am bagat pe amandoua, man, la 1333mhz si n au facut mare lucru. Se misca mai prost decat cu DIMM ul ala de 8gb singur
  14. FYI the i7 9700k lacks hyperthreading. It's 8 cores 8 threads.
  15. Yeah, what does this mean: ram: ballistix sport ddr4 8gb 4 sticks in single rank
  16. Ok, do the other monitors have to be asus? Dell makes a 24 inch 144hz monitor for $235 CAD (though it technically is only 120hz but overclocks to 144hz according to dell) from what ive seen the colour reproduction is alright but it's a TN panel just like your asus so it's not going to have great colours. It also has a USB 3 passthough (if that interests you) Heres a link: https://www.amazon.ca/Dell-Gaming-Monitor-Response-FreeSync/dp/B07MB7WT39/ref=sr_1_7?keywords=24+inch+144hz+monitor&qid=1555683651&s=gateway&sr=8-7
  17. Governments would rather secretly work with facebook instead of fight it. Shit as big as facebook can kind of manipulate public opinion by serving the users news articles etc. of their choice, a great propaganda tool essentially Plus government want your data too. Perhaps more than anyone else! It's never a government's interest to protect your privacy you know...
  18. Ankerson

    Ryzen and high fps

    No, it's real. The CPU's just don't have the power to push the high frame rates. That's why we normally say that it's better to run them at 1440P or above especially with the high end GPU's and playing at 1080P.
  19. You should be fine, the 2600X shouldn't bottleneck the 1070. I would highly recommend dual channel RAM
  20. Bababababaaba

    4 gigs of ram > 8 gigs?

    the frequency of the ram is set to 1333mhz and it doesn't go any higher, not even with the single stick of 1600. Tried to see if I can do something in the BIOS but I couldn't. The average fps rate went from 50 to 34
  21. fasauceome

    Ryzen and high fps

    Should it? I mean, more core to core latency, lower frequency, it's very efficient but it doesn't really have quite as much horsepower. That being said, it actually does do 144Hz if you haven't got the cash for an Intel build. My friend uses his 2600 and DDR4 3000 with his RX 580 for some 120+fps gameplay
  22. Turtle Rig

    Ryzen and high fps

    This is not true. Sure with a 9900k you will get 10 or 15fps more then a Ryzen, but you can't tell a difference if your already getting triple FPS with Ryzen compared to Intel. See if you get 140fps in a AAA title then with a 9900k you will get 150 or 155fps. This difference in frame rate without using a FPS counter; You will not tell a difference in performance.
  23. ELSknutson

    Ryzen and high fps

    lower clock speeds.
  24. GoldenLag

    Ryzen and high fps

    intel has hon average higher clockspeeds with their CPUs. Ryzen works just fine on up to 144hz gaming. its exagurated how much of an issue that actually is. you are also better off spending the extra you save on Ryzen towards a better GPU as in titles you can reach higher than what Ryzen achieves you usually need a very good GPU.
  25. Hi everyone, I have my first pc build for mid gaming and for work also. cpu: ryzen 5 2600x mobo: aorus b450m ram: ballistix sport ddr4 8gb 4 sticks in single rank psu: seasonic 600 watts gpu: gtx 1070 hdd: 1t toshiba ssd: wd green 240gb monitor: asuz 23inc 60hrz Is the above specs utilize my pc performance or going be bottleneck or compatibility issue ? thank u
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