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smeek14

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  1. Hello, we are using this template for our SCCM reporting: https://www.prajwaldesai.com/sccm-power-bi-dashboard/

    On the update compliance page, the data is incorrect. The data becomes correct when I click on a certain date. We are trying to make it so that the latest data can be shown without clicking on the date chart.

    Our dashboard with no date selected: https://gyazo.com/c17dff07e514bb2cd482183231f0b3e5

    Our dashboard with the latest date selected: https://gyazo.com/0ea2d745dcf16a00724791a951629ee4

    Does anyone know what could be wrong? 


  2. 13 hours ago, Lord Vile said:

    Intel won’t offer it until next year most likely. AMD 4000 chips are coming though so you might wanna hold fire for them. 

    Yea I think that's what I've decided to do. Sadly ill have to wait 3 more months :(


  3. 4 hours ago, Lord Vile said:

    But if you want it going into the future PCIE 4.0 is a good thing.

     

    Well the 10900K is on a dead platform with PCIE 3.0 which will likely be a bottleneck in the next 2 GPU releases so...

     

    What's the point in paying 2x more for the same performance? 4K will always be GPU bottlenecked unless you're playing something like CSGO and even then you're pushing 700FPS does the extra 100 really matter? 

    Hmm, yea I'll be getting the 2022 release of GPUs. I upgrade them every 4 years. Will I get more performance with PCIE 4.0 in the future? By what I'm hearing AMD Ryzen offers it but Intel doesn't?


  4. 5 hours ago, SkilledRebuilds said:

    My 4.7Ghz 4790K with 4.4Ghz L3 Cache and CL11.12.12 2200Mhz Memory can dip to around 65fps but can also infrequently see sub60 often in the cities, without such OC-Tuning and at stock (Allcore 4.2Ghz/1866DDR3), the cities were like 42-45fps at the lows with near full CPU usage.
     

    Now my OC tuned setup still can run into the 80-90% usages in such city environments, but my dips are now 55fps-60fps with high CPU usage.

    The locked 4790 just doesn't have the frequency (also possibly using slower non-Z board 1600Mhz DDR3 support) for the high demands ACO puts on the CPU.
    The game is 8thread aware, and is made to run at 30FPS and legit fast frequency+manycores brute force methods for PC to run 60FPS+ (minimums)

      Reveal hidden contents

    https://youtu.be/8c9ePsmEVzU?t=72

    ^Early City Environment

     

    4m:20s 90-95% CPU usages out there in the Wild in some scenes.

     

     

     

    That's exactly my setup. I got 1600 mhz RAM. I'm doing a huge upgrade soon though.


  5. 7 minutes ago, Alex Atkin UK said:

    Yes, this is the game that pushed me to upgrade to an 8600k and then 9900k just to eliminate all CPU bottlenecks.

    Even with a 2080 Ti I think it may dip below 60fps in the cities (from what I've seen on benchmarks), they are VERY CPU and GPU intensive.

    Yea I can calculate by my GPU usage there are a few areas I might dip under 60.


  6. Just now, Eighjan said:

    Going by what CYRI says, I'd say even the Recommended would be for getting the game installed & running at lowest settings.

     

    i7-4790 & what graphics card...?

    2080 ti, I'm getting an i9 10900k installed in the next few weeks. I run at 4k max.


  7. On 6/7/2020 at 3:57 PM, Boyohan said:

    @smeek14 Getting back to topic... 

     

    From the recent launch of Intel 10th gen the 10900K is currently the best CPU for a gaming PC.

    With 10c/20t it should last you at least 4-5 years and possibly more but it is hard to tell what the future brings.

     

    Yes an argument can be made to for choosing a low/midrange AMD CPU with a B550/X570 board.

    This would allow you to upgrade to the next gen AMD CPU which will be launched later this year. 

    Or simply wait 3-6 months for the launch of Ryzen 4000. 

     

    But if we are speaking of which CPU is best for gaming right now, today !?!

    Then it is the 10900K 

    Also...

    The 10600K achieves almost the same performance as the 10900K for a much better price but it is hard to say how long it will last with "only" 6c/12t

     

    If you want the best value CPU then I would probably say go for the R5 3600 or R7 3700x

    I was going to go for a 6 year life span like with my i7 4790. 


  8. 2 minutes ago, Lord Vile said:

    If you’re at 4K you could get any 6 or 8 core CPU from the last 2 gend and you’d be fine. 4K means your GPU will always be the limiting factor and there will be no difference between the best gaming CPU and a mid tier one. 

    If I get a higher end processor will it last longer though?

     

    I like to keep my tech for a really long time.


  9. 1 minute ago, Lord Vile said:

    Unless you're using a 2080Ti to play esports games at 1080p anything over a 3700X is wasted money. At 1440p you become GPU bottlenecked for the most part.

    I do 4k gaming. I want to keep this CPU for 4 years, 8 if possible. Sometimes my current i7 4790 bottlenecks. Is there a cheaper alternative you recommend?


  10. So I currently run a i7 4790 and I would like to upgrade. I am looking for a CPU that would give me the best possible gaming performance and last me many years. My budget is under 800 dollars. I am looking to buy the new i9 10900k unless you guys know of a more powerful option for gaming within my budget.


  11. 22 hours ago, Vitamanic said:

    Definitely don't need to reapply paste every time you clean your computer.

    If he hasn't in a long time it isn't a bad idea.


  12. You could use canned air, it's for sale at Target. Just make sure you don't turn it upside down. Also be sure to change the thermal paste on your CPU and GPU.

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