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About Wwadsworth

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    Currently studying Computer Engineering.


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 1700
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350M Gaming Pro
  • RAM
    G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB
  • GPU
    GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
  • Case
    Mastercase Pro 3
  • Storage
    Corsair Force MP500 M.2 2280 120GB; WD Blue 1TB Desktop Hard Disk Drive
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    CORSAIR CX-M Series CX550M 550W 80 PLUS BRONZE
  • Display(s)
    ASUS 24" (VG245) & HP 21 (HP21KD)
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  • Keyboard
    Corsair K55
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    VOID Wireless Dolby 7.1 RGB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. I'm dreaming about my future and the theater room we will soon have. My screen budget is $3500. Size and Picture are the most important to me. So the TV I like so far is this one: https://www.costco.com/Samsung-82%22-Class-(81.5%22-Diag.)-4K-UHD-QLED-LCD-TV.product.100485491.html My wife and I went to Costco and she says it os too small. So we are looking into projectors... I don't recognoze any of the brands. I'd prefer short throw and low maintenance. Anyone have any ideas?
  2. Can we get a task manager view of the CPU rather than Disk 0?
  3. My brother found a T450 at a Goodwill for $20. Huge steal, he wants it to be extremely fast and the hard drive in it is slow as molasses. I have two aData m.2 SSDs (128gb) that I thought would be fun to run in Raid 0 for school. He will be using it just for writing down notes in Google Drive so capacity shouldn't be too big of an issue. Is that sort of hardware available? I can't seem to find it or I don't exactly know what to look for.
  4. Okay well obviously I'm a d****** that knows nothing so I will just ask this because someone can't seem to dream about anything. Would you rather have a new processor lineup come out that has two processors in the same SKU one that has more cores but a lower frequency and another that has less cores but a higher frequency?
  5. Isn't that there choice? I forgot where I read it but I heard intel is shifting priorities to outside of the processor game, and as technolgies continue to advance things will change. While you said it is done for I don't think it is, I agree ot slowed down to a crawl in the past decade but there is still leaps and bounds being made in other areas.
  6. What about Moore's Law? With a smaller process but the same platform we can be looking down the barrel of same clock speeds, same cores but less TDP which would be huge for laptops. While I know that this is all speculation but I'm not looking for wait and see (that should go withput saying), what I am asking is a playful "what do you think on this idea?"
  7. I know not a lot of info is out for it yet, and maybe this is just wishful budget gaming thinking. How would you guys feel of a Ryzen 3600G (no onboard graphics, G for gaming) that uses 6/12 or 4/8 (instead of rumored 8/16) and trades that for a 5+ ghz frequency?
  8. Personally with how cheap they are right now I would get an RX 580 8 gig model. And a ryzen 2600. The am-4 platform should last for another 2 years and so if you want upgrade to Zen 2 or even Plus you will have those options available.
  9. Despite you giving us details about you heights weight all of that, it will still be best for you to go to an OfficeMax or Staples or your local office supply store and try out the chairs there. And find the one that you feel is most comfortable. They do trial periods for that reason, in case the one you got doesn't work.
  10. The slim Edition won't be able to do 4K. Doing the 4K is more future-proof especially if the 2020 release date for the PS5 is true.
  11. I'll drop this off here: https://youtu.be/yqcqDQFqZHo
  12. Save a bit of money and get a 2600. Unless ypu absolutely need the cores. One more thing 7nm theoretically should be less power hungry or equivalent to current gen. I read somewhere it will handle higher clockspeeds with same power draw. But that is with my very basic understanding of electrical engineering. If this question persists next semester I may have more to say.
  13. For that target a ryzen 2600x will do just fine coupled with a 1080/ti (if willing for used). Could last you 1-2 years for upcoming AAA games at the res and refresh rate too. While an m.2 is nice unless you get it on a sweet deal the sata will be just fine and cheaper. A 1070ti will be fine too if you want a warranty. The reason why I say a 2600x vs a 2700x is because games won't utilize those extra cores just yet.
  14. What is your target refresh rate and resolution?