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Lysergatek

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About Lysergatek

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2001-10-11

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Chartres, France
  • Interests
    Technology in generals, Free Party, Tekno, Sound System/PA

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 2600K
  • Motherboard
    Dell 0GY6Y8
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3 1600MHz
  • GPU
    Sapphire Radeon RX 570 ITX Pusle 8GB
  • Case
    Dell Optiplex 7010 MT
  • Storage
    240GB Kingston HyperX SSD, 128GB LiteOn SSD, 3TB Seagate Barracuda & 1TB WD Blue
  • PSU
    Corsair CX650M
  • Display(s)
    40" Samsung 1920x1080 TV & 24" iiyama ProLite E2480HS 1920x1080
  • Keyboard
    CoolerMaster MasterKeys Lite L Combo RGB
  • Mouse
    CoolerMaster MasterKeys Lite L Combo RGB
  • Operating System
    macOS Catalina 10.15.3 & Windows 10 Pro 1909

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  1. Hey, So, sure pre-built EFI ain't ideal, but this might help you to at least get your hackintosh running: https://olarila.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=10477
  2. It's not a LGA775 ? Oh my bad, yeah I was completely wrong lol Yeah so either 2 or 4GB. Even tho it will use like 3.25GB instead of the full 4GB. I thought it was one of the first 775 Celeron
  3. 4GB if it have 2 DDR2 slots - 8GB if it have 4 DDR2 slots - 8/16GB if it haves DDR3 slots.
  4. I was with a hook-up/friend, drinking vodka, smoking weed and fucking in front on Netflix. It was a pretty chill evening. I guess he should've been with his girlfriend but yeah, whatever, not my buisness lol
  5. Well I don't know, but it cost nothing to try, doesn't it ! But it's true that I had 2 monitor attached to the 1060, but I think you can make it work
  6. Yeah go for the 1060 6GB, it's a great card, I have it, it run everything I want. But as SwagMaestro said, you might wanna wait until Nvidia unveils their GTX 1660/1660 Ti, if you can afford them, they should be 100 bucks cheaper than the 2060. But if you go for the 1060, I can't stress this enough, don't go for the 3GB model if you were even thinking about it, don't, it doesn't worth it, at all, especially in 2019. (I was playing Apex Legends today, VRAM usage did go up to 5.6GB, but always solid 60fps at Ultra with Very High Texture)
  7. If you still have that P106, I would be curious to know if you could use the same technique but with a second PCIe GPU ? Because, I used that technique, a GTX 1060 6GB and a GT730, I launched games, and while it was displaying with the GT730, it was running on the 1060, and I'm running on a 3rd gen Core i5 3570, maybe this can work for you if you have a spare cheap PCIe GPU it may be worth trying
  8. Hii I've never been here before, nice to join the conversation
  9. Well the CPU temps are good, I mean 68°C max at +3 hours of game is fine That's the GPU temps that goes up to 80°C, but only when playing a really GPU intensive game for a long period of time, for example the GPU never heat up more than 60°C when playing Lol for 5/6 hours straight. Nope I can't, I mean Intel CPUs don't overclock by increasing the frontside bus since 2010 And yeah, but I'll have to find it dirt cheap x) Which is unlikely
  10. Yeah, when I'll work and get more money, I'll definitely get a Ryen 2 build, but that was for now, but you answered my question, the 3770 isn't really worth it and the RAM is fine, so yeah when I'll can I'll get a CPU+MB+RAM+Case (because the Dell PC have proprietary connector for the front panel and power button)
  11. Hello ! So I finished my build (I think), and I wanna know if you think If I I should upgrade anything ? And if it's that case, what ? I know that's a pretty old system (compard to today standards) but that's because I don't have money lmao So my rig is a Dell Optiplex 7010 Mini-Tower with a Intel Core i5 3570@3.4GHz, EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB SC (I plan on maybe overclocking it, I don't know since it already reach 80°C in full gaming load, even with a front and back fan), 16GB DDR3 1600MHz Dual-Channel (2x4GB Samsung 1600MHz, 2x4GB Kingston 1600MHz), Corsair CX650M PSU, 128GB SSD, 240GB SSD, 1TB HDD, 3TB HDD Do you think the upgrade to a Core i7 3770 is really worth the 100$ spent ? I mean, compared to my i5 3570, I just gain 100MHz in Turbo Boost, HyperThreading and 2MB More in Cache L2. Of course, K series CPU would be useless since I'm using a pre-built Dell system. I still get 60FPS at Ultra (1080p) in Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Doom 2016 so I guess that's good for a tight budget gaming build. Thanks to anyone who will answer my question
  12. Me too, I think Nvidia is actually in its confort zone like Intel was few years ago before Ryzen as you mentioned, AMD needs to be more aggressive in its GPU side, but I have great hopes for Navi, I may sell my GTX 1060 if the price/performance ratio is really good
  13. Yeah probably, that's just rumours, but that's the usual price for the RX X80 model, but still, It may well be cheaper than the 1070 Ti
  14. I'd say wait until AMD introduce Navi card, rumour has it that the "RX 3080" would have GTX 1080 class performance for 250$
  15. Hey, Intel's integrated graphics have never had a good reputation for demanding tasks like gaming. With decent enough hardware, the UHD620 would be more than adequate for older titles. Games from 2012 and later would see a drop of performance which can be easily fixed to give 40–60FPS by lowering settings. So yes you can game on integrated graphics but the experience isn't worthwhile for newer titles released after 2014. Later AAA titles will start to lag and the UHD620 may even struggle to get 20/30+fps on anything newer than 2014. Also, make sure you've enough RAM as integrated graphics use a portion of system RAM as VRAM.
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