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YongKang

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About YongKang

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  • Birthday 1997-09-19

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Montreal, QC, Canada

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  • CPU
    Intel Core I7 6600U
  • Motherboard
    LENOVO VIUU4
  • RAM
    DDR3L 8GB
  • GPU
    Intel HD Graphics 520
  • Storage
    Samsung 256 GB SSD
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. could be quite interesting to see why Nvidia came up with the 1180+.
  2. Nvidia did say this gen is going to be unconventional, such 1180+
  3. Since there's a rumor going with Nvidia releasing their new GTX1180 at Gamescom, now, there've been a new leak of the GTX1180 PCB from Chiphell (spotted by Tweaktown) The new SLI finger should be a key interest here, especially since Asus and Acer are pushing their 4K 144Hz G-sync panels and 65" 120 big display. Does it mean we gonna see much better SLI scaling from now on, or even a single 1180 will be able to push 60+ FPS at 4K no problemo? Food for thoughts. Actually, the new GPU could be named 2080 since Nvidia is celebrating at Gamescom on 20/8. Hmmm... *tin foil hat*
  4. Reuters just said that NVIDIA new GPU gaming chip will be named Turing. There's a possibility they will release 2 series - 1 for mining and 1 for gaming. https://www.tweaktown.com/news/60857/nvidias-next-gen-turing-gpu-unveiled-gtc-2018/index.html https://www.reuters.com/article/us-nvidia-results-research/frenzied-demand-for-nvidias-graphic-chips-shoot-prices-through-the-roof-idUSKBN1FT2AW
  5. Take a look at Lenovo Yoga series laptops. I'm using one for my university work - it's great. What's your budget in mind though?
  6. It was mentioned in the document that the gov will assist and guide in the transition. Nothing was mention about compensation.
  7. Oh no no no. I was referring to China banning cryptomining as well since there was this "official" document roaming around saying the government need to "guide" all these operations out since in some way, mining = misused computational power. Basically, the government wanna turn those mines into pseudo datacenters instead of mining for crypto currency. Some of my contacts replied to me last night saying bitcoin has no place in China. Hence, the ban and all following procedures to make it "exit" China. About South Korea, I'm not too sure what they wanna do with the mining.
  8. They are going to ban mining as well. I'm currently waiting for more info from my contacts about the legitimacy of it. I'm getting hints of yes from them.
  9. they should go with this in the first place but oh well. "design"
  10. So, lately, we all been hearing a lot about cryptocurrency, bitcoin and tralala. Some country in Asia like China and in this case - South Korea are taking action against crypto. The South Korean justice minister, Park Sang-Ki, said he's preparing a bill a ban on cryptocurrency trading through South Korean exchanges. He said: Source: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/60505/south-korean-government-preparing-bill-ban-crypto-trading/index.html Personally, I'm wondering if this cryptotrading ban will not only happen in Asia but also in Europe and NA. Will cryptocurency remain in the trade, and not be used in anything IRL? Let's chat down below.
  11. Sure, just lower the settings to high in Battlefield and you should be alright. You can keep your settings to ultra with Overwatch tho. It's not that demanding.
  12. I don't think your 7700K is going to be obsolete in 2 year. It'll most likely last you even more than 4 years. Unless using more CPU cores in games becomes a trend or the next gen graphics completely bottleneck the CPU at 4K 144Hz, there might not even be a reason to upgrade. Of course, that doesn't mean 6 cores, 8 cores and etc... don't have their place in this market. They are great for multitasking, rendering and blabla. But IPC improvement on Intel will likely to be marginal with the trend we're seeing right now and I don't expect a huge jump for Zen2 (maybe ~30% since Ryzen was a worse case scenario). So, the trend will most likely be more cores for the mainstream consumer and more refinement on the platform.
  13. I would coin it as just perfect. But if you want a constant 144 FPS on 1440P capped on the latest AAA titltes maxed out, I'm afraid none of the current gen can do it yet. Maybe Volta but that's going to be a while.
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