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  1. xFluing

    Peripheral to SATA

    Oh yeah definitely, it's a retarded name I'm aware of that, its rating is actually 80+ Bronze.
  2. xFluing

    Peripheral to SATA

    I did, and there is. https://www.pcgarage.ro/surse/sirtec-high-power/element-smart-750w/
  3. xFluing

    Peripheral to SATA

    Yeah I get that but those are pretty notorious and I wanna try avoid using them as much as possible.
  4. A friend has this semi-modular PSU with a plug for SATA and one plug for peripherals (aka molex) I was wondering if he could plug a SATA power cable into the peripherals plug and use power from there as SATA. I know at least on corsair supplies SATA and peripherals power are the same plug so I'm thinking they might be interchangeable on this particular power supply as well: Sirtec High Power 750W 85+ Certified.
  5. xFluing

    Good AM4 Motherboards?

    Well, full sized ATX looks better IMO also given I have a mid tower ATX case and the mATX inside looks rather weird. Also, I'd imagine a full sized ATX has better VRMs, also no, I will never use wi-fi.
  6. xFluing

    Good AM4 Motherboards?

    I don't want to spend more than say $180 on the motherboard. I have my eye out on this MSI B450 Gaming Carbon but not too sure about its quality.
  7. Looking for some good motherboards for my future Ryzen build, but I'm having trouble deciding on what I should get, what would be some good X370, B450 and B350 boards? (X470 is outside my budget right now)
  8. xFluing

    Ryzen 5 1600x vs 2600

    I'm not an extreme overclocker, any performance will be a vast improvement over this 860k.
  9. xFluing

    Ryzen 5 1600x vs 2600

    What about recording / streaming? I know the 2600 has no issues whatsoever.
  10. xFluing

    Ryzen 5 1600x vs 2600

    All ryzen CPUs are unlocked, but yeah I get what you're saying.
  11. Right now both the 1600x and 2600 are on sale, with the 1600x being about $40 cheaper (accounting for the sale), with the 1600x having a wraith max thrown in as a bonus. Now, I would like to get one of these but can't really make up my mind. The 1600x in this situation would be the best bang for the buck, but at the same time I feel like the 2600 would be better because of the improved IMC and lower temps. I don't plan on using Store MI and I don't really want to wait for Zen 2 because it's pretty far off and I kinda NEED an upgrade seeing as one of the RAM dimms got shot and I'm stuck both in single channel, and the 860k is starting to show its limits.
  12. xFluing

    "Multi-Core" graphics cards

    Yep, not at all how it works.
  13. xFluing

    "Multi-Core" graphics cards

    Cost is overall lower, otherwise Ryzen prices would have been through the roof.
  14. xFluing

    "Multi-Core" graphics cards

    Inflation has nothing to do with the costs I'm talking about. Wafers cost a lot so fitting as many dies onto it as possible greatly increases the yield and implicitly reduces the cost. The RTX 2080 price does not follow any inflation curve either, so still no inflation.
  15. xFluing

    "Multi-Core" graphics cards

    But they work through crossfire / sli which has its faults and needs to be supported by the game devs, what I mean is something to circumvent that.
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