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  1. Any of you printing T-Shirts cheap in Canada? :( All I can find are above 30 CAD, but I cannot afford that ATM. (yes, I'm cheap, but excuse me. I'm from Eastern Europe, lol)
  2. Oh sh*t. You are right. I'll look up something, let's see if I can dig something up. I'll post the results as well as soon as Linus receives it.
  3. Thanks Buddy! However, any pic of Steven? That is what I need right now a lot.
  4. Hey Forum! I'm preparing a Christmas Gift for Linus and I need your help because I'm so lost like a moose in the desert. I need a good quality and relatively recent image of Steve Burke from Gamers Nexus. Fun place to ask for this, I know, but his forum is down and I'm here for a while now and you lot helped me a few times. :D Steve needs to be facing the camera and smiling. That is important. I also need the exact size of Linus with T-Shirts. Can't tell more about the gift because after all, this is LTT Forum, who knows is Linus is watching or not? :D I just hope he will like it and this will be my donation for his work. Also shopping in the LTT store cause that goer for the whole team. So please, send me that image os Steve because I've spent almost 2 hours of searching, but none worked yet.
  5. Exactly Sir! That is my goal. Which is performing faster for a streamer/gamer PC because that is not compared in the video. In the video 4:08 is simply confusing. So even if I go for a low latency and low speed memory, I still need to OC the infinity fabric? What gives? Also what counts as "very low latency"? CL14 is already very low or is Linus talking about CL12 and CL10? My conclusion is: If I want to get the best stock performance, I need to get a memory with double the speed of the infinity fabric and the lowest latency possible, right? In which case, the cheapest available for me is (assuming the infinity fabric is 1800MHz) the Patriot Viper Steel 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3600MHz with CL17. Everything else is just too damn expensive.
  6. Sorry, updated/edited my answer from before explaining.
  7. Yes, these questions and video ideas poped into my brain after seeing this. So the question still remains, is it still worth to get my hands on a CL12, but only 2400MHz or should I go to 3000MHz with CL16, 3200MHz with CL18 or even 3400MHz and CL19 without overclocking. All this with Ryzen 3600 because I'm 100% sure, not the same is the best for 3600 or 3800X.
  8. Hey Forum ! I'm about to build my Ryzen setup with a Ryzen 5 3600. However I'm a bit lost at picking the memory. Size is clear, but not the speed for me. Now here is why: I know that I could go either for a high speed memory that can be handeled by Ryzen 3600 and call it a day or go for a low latency, low speed memory and crank up the infinity fabric speed to reach nearly the same speed. Now, I don't know which is better. I'm not really into overclocking my CPU but I wish to have the best "out of the box" performance. Why there are sites and blogs about this that I actively read, I think this could be a good video idea. Recommend memory for all the 3rd gen. Ryzen CPUs in 2 point of views in terms of cheapest sollutions. If you are willing to OC your CPU and an "out of the box" top performance. What do you think? Could this be a good video idea? Would you watch it and could it mean something new to you? Also, what is your recommendations for the cheapest, fastest memory for the Ryzen 3600 ? Bert
  9. I'll surely wait for 3rd party reviews, I'm still thinking. The 2700X is very attractive and it will have a huge price drop I think in the used market. However, that single core performance and 105W doesn't impress me. The 3600 might be enough to game + stream, but this is what I'll wait to see.
  10. I'm so late like my train to work all the time, lol. Still, the question stays. For 200 bucks, should I get an overkill 2nd gen or try to save a bit more for the 3600 ?
  11. Look what I've just found: https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-7-2700X-vs-AMD-Ryzen-5-3600/3958vs4040 Is it just me or this is a fresh "leaked" benchmark about the upcoming Ryzen 3rd gen. family? If it is true that the 3rd gen. will be a beast even compared to the 2nd generation. Is this kind of difference imaginable because of manufacturing technologies, I mean between 12nm and 7nm? Ryzen 3600 creamed 2700X and absolute devastated 2600x. Now the question: Let's say I have 200 USD. What should I Buy? The 3600 or a discount for any other 2nd gen? (Streaming + gaming in 1080p)
  12. Create the ultimate gaming rig with as wireless as it can be. Keyboard: Razer Cynosa Chroma https://www.amazon.ca/Razer-Cynosa-Chroma-Spill-Resistant-Individually/dp/B075KMZ4MX/ref=sr_1_16_sspa?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1548934355&sr=1-16-spons&keywords=wireless+mechanical+keyboard+backlight&psc=1 Mouse: Razer Lancehead https://www.amazon.ca/Razer-Lancehead-Gaming-Grade-Performance-Ambidextrous/dp/B06XH113GY/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1548934471&sr=1-1-spons&keywords=wireless+mouse+Razer&psc=1 Display: I have no idea, I'm actually looking for a sollution to get my RIG with a wireless display but unable to look it up deeply enough. Is it enough for casual gaming if I use any adapter or what? MOBO: Needs WiFi so use something with 5Ghrz or 60 + router A USB 3.1 HUB getting the juice from the display Wireless printer (because why not) Wireless gaming controller Wireless phone charger Anything I've missed?