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  1. I might have the game wrong. Point being that it's up to the program designer to design the program in such a way to take advantage of duel GPU s similar to how it is up to the a program designer to design a program to use multiple cores on the CPU.
  2. It depends if tensorflow was designed for dual GPU. I believe it was far-cry 3 that was specifically designed for dual GPUs, so you had the potential to 100%+ frames rate. Most games, however, are not designed like that, so you get much less than 100 %+.
  3. Looking for a Ipad for my Grandma to Video Call with. These are the 3 that make the most sense to me on amazon. What do you recommend I get. https://www.amazon.com/Apple-32GB-Space-Model-Refurbished/dp/B074PWW6NS/ref=sr_1_10?dchild=1&keywords=(Renewed)+Apple+iPad+Air+2%2C+64+GB%2C+Space+Gray%2C&qid=1596290590&sr=8-10 https://www.amazon.com/Apple-iPad-10-2-Inch-Wi-Fi-32GB/dp/B07XL7G4H6/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=IPad&qid=1596290671&sr=8-3&th=1 https://www.amazon.com/Apple-iPad-Space-Gray-Refurbished/dp/B00TREI0F2/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=(Renewed)+Apple+iPad+Air+2%2C+64+GB%2C+Space+Gray%2C&qid=1596290590&sr=8-1
  4. Anybody have experience buying used GPUs. I see them be as much as half price. Is it worth the risk?
  5. Anyone find any good bezel-less for 3 monitor gaming in the $200 range?
  6. It's not some much as amount of money in compared to the cost of fps. For instance, I've seen used GTX 1080 for as low as $300 used and new 2080 ti for $1300. Is that extra $1000 worth it?
  7. By brother has a Laptop with a 250 GB M.2 SSD and a empty 2.5 Drive that has fun out of space. I figure It would be best to just add a 1 TB SSD in the empty slot, (maybe switch the C drive over later). I planned on getting this SSD https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-MX500-NAND-SATA-Internal/dp/B077SF8KMG/ref=sr_1_6?keywords=1tb+ssd&qid=1581137048&s=electronics&sr=1-6 Good idea?
  8. Here are things to consider. 1- Do you plan on hooking the laptop to a monitor when gaming. If so, then the display is not a big deal. 2- Batteries are pretty bad on gaming laptops. Depending on how long you going in between charges that might be a big deal. 3- Make sure the cooling not an issue on whatever laptop you choose 4- Sometimes you can find gaming laptops with no SSDs. If so, then that mean you need to put one in yourself and migrate the OS to it. It also can be a pain if it is only 120 GB or even 250 GB when games are regularly 50 GB plus. That usually means that you will have to shuffle games around your hard drive and SSD. But that depends on how many games and how big of games you plan on putting on their. 5- Make sure the CPU is not going to bottle neck you GPU. You should be able to find youtube videos of the laptop you are looking at to find that out.
  9. If your interested in getting bang for your buck. I would look into getting this heat sink. https://www.newegg.com/cooler-master-hyper-212-evo-rr-212e-20pk-r2/p/N82E16835103099
  10. Adding extra ram (when you already have 16 gb) will not help you with any sort of regular computer task.
  11. I would figure out what GPU you want first and then work from their. I personally have a acer predictor with a gtx 1060 that i'm satisfied with
  12. It seems silly to me to spend $450 on water cooling equipment on a $475 CPU. I have not followed water cooling in a couple of years, but me understanding is that the general rule of thumb is you should 10%-15% of what the CPU cost on a heat sink/ water cooling setup. That is unless your putting the water cooling for aesthetic reason. Just understand your putting it in for aesthetic reasons.
  13. 2018 iPad - $258 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D3DDJ4L/ref=psdc_1232597011_t3_B074PWW6NS 2016 iPad pro - $295 https://www.amazon.com/Apple-9-7-inch-128GB-Wi-Fi-Space/dp/B01M06SGWM/ref=sr_1_12?keywords=2017+refurbished+iPad&qid=1573603726&sr=8-12 They seem to have similar CPU speeds, so which one do you think is a better deal?