Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

erdemalsirt

Member
  • Content Count

    41
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Awards


This user doesn't have any awards

1 Follower

About erdemalsirt

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1999-07-27

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    Erdem/18 (Counter Tenor)#3065
  • Steam
    erdemalsirt
  • Origin
    erdemalsirt
  • Twitch.tv
    TurkishBronyGamer

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Aydın - Didim
  • Interests
    Gaming, Music, Tech, TV Shows, Cartoon, Anime
  • Occupation
    Student (Homeschooled as High School level)

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 4720HQ (3.8 Ghz TurboBoost O.C)
  • Motherboard
    Toshiba VG20SQ
  • RAM
    16 GB (2x8) (1600 Mhz) (DDR3L)
  • GPU
    AMD R9 M265X (2 GB GDDR5)
  • Display(s)
    LG Philips LP156WF6-SPA1 (AH-IPS)
  • Mouse
    ASUS WT465
  • Sound
    Realtek ALC284
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home Single Language (64-Bit) (Original)

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Intel Xeon processors have much more different algorithms so that's why they have slow frequency not 4 Ghz or more and much cores but they are not good for gaming... But i think Dual-Socket for gamers isn't bad idea, don't you? ;-;
  2. But Intel have to try that... Because maybe we can see abnormal performance improvement when they run 9th Intel Core series CPU with Dual-Socket technology (Not old Dual-Socket technology) I can give an example about HBM2 Memory developed by AMD... They make it connection very fast between Graphics card's GPU Processor because of technology etc... So, i think possible to make it fast connection between two CPU's but, for example if Intel core i7 9700K have 850 Single Core performance, when the second 9700K connected, it needs shows like 1600 Single Core score if Single 9700K Multi-Core score is 7800, then when the second 9700K added on second socket, i expect 15.000 Multi-Core score or more... But, Intel needs to develop CPU's for that and it needs support for it and also ASUS, MSI and other companies needs to work hard about socket building and motherboard design. Also with that, i am waiting for PCI-E 4.0 when Dual-Socket gaming motherboards released... If Intel and Motherboard companies really listen my idea, then it would be awesome... GTX 2080Ti in HB SLI on PCI-E 4.0, Intel Core i7 9700K with new generation of Dual-Socket technology (World record of Single core performance because of Dual-Socket I HOPE...) It would be awesome i can't imagine more...
  3. Well still i think Dual-Socket is not bad idea for gamers but, of course Intel needs to made more different Dual-Socket technology for Gamers and General users... Imagine if someone have Intel Pentium G4560 and he want to make more better performance for cheap price and he buy the second Intel Pentium G4560 and he put in to Second CPU Socket and now he doubling performance better... I know the Dual-Sockets have very high lattency problem but, i am sure Intel can made special Dual-Socket for gamers. If Graphics Cards SLI/Crossfire can be optimized for gamers better everytime, then CPU's can do that too... There is nothing that prevents this. Because i think nowadays Intel doesn't focused made CPU more fast... There is not a extremely jump performance improvements (about every core power) when i compare between 4790K and 7700K in same cores... And Intel really have some problems made 10nm CPU's... And i can't imagine what happens after 7nm and 5nm and more.... I think in the future, Intel needs to develop special Dual-Socket technology with very fast connection between two CPU's for gamers.
  4. If dual socket idea isn't work well, then what about Dual 8700K CPU Chips in same CPU? Only 1 CPU but developed as Single... AMD + Intel does for mobile systems.. Integrated AMD GPU + Intel CPU ... But what about both CPU in same CPU inside?
  5. If gaming motherboards can have Dual-Socket, they works like that Algorithm: The Dual-Socket motherboard merge two CPU's and it make works like Single CPU... If that algorithm can be work, no any optimize problems... For sure...
  6. Yeah maybe that "Server motherboard's Dual Socket" technology is not good for gaming but, i am sure Intel can develop new Processors like Dual-Socket-V2 (More different Dual-Socket technology... Not like Server motherboards... Completely different algorithms etc...)
  7. If Intel made Dual-Socket 9th gen Intel core series motherboard, i expect that features: Intel core i7 9700K (5 Ghz TurboBoost with 8 Cores, 16 Threads) (Just in theory that speed...) Now... If we install Intel Core i7 9700K on a Dual-Socket (Supports 9th Intel Core series), then the performance can be DOUBLE if Intel really won that optimize work.... Two Intel Core i7 9700K = Showing on Windows 10 Task manager (10 Ghz with 16 Cores and, 32 Threads)
  8. I think Dual-Socket for Intel Core series can be really good... It's not 4 or 6 Sockets. I think Dual-Socket it can be great for gamers and renderer people.
  9. I want to contact with Intel about that and i want to everyone contact with Intel. The next generation, i hope Intel can do that...The 9th and 10th Generation of Intel core processors have total 2 CPU socket support i hope...
  10. Well i think they needs to do. Because 10nm and 7nm developing is very hard... And if someone wants more better performance, they have to make it Dual-CPU socket on Motherboard and new Intel Core series processors... But if 8. Generation of Intel processors cannot support Dual-CPU, then i expect after 9. or 10. Generation of Intel Core series processors have support for Dual-Socket... If graphics cards sometimes needs SLI/Crossfire, then i think nowadays CPU's needs too... Also Dual-Socket idea is good idea because, different sockets means less hot. If the Single CPU have total 12 Cores, with a Liquid Cooler temps more hot because everything in One cpu but, if they works with other sockets (Dual), they have two CPU coolers and 6+6 = 12 Cores works better and more faster. Also, Intel core series have most higher Single core performance too and Multi Core too... If Intel makes support for Dual Socket, Single Core performance going to DOUBLE performance... That's sounds very cool, right? Also Multi-Core performance getting double too...
×