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Vulkan HeStan

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3 2200g
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime B450M-A
  • RAM
    T-Force Vulcan 4x4gb DDR4-3000 (running at 2133mhz because my motherboard is shit)
  • GPU
    Integrated (vega 8)
  • Case
    NZXT H500
  • Storage
    128gb Adata m.2 SSD, 1tb Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 500b
  • Display(s)
    Viewsonic VX2458-C-mhd 144hz FreeSync 1080p
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U12S SE-AM4 with a Noctua NF-F12 chromax and two Noctua NF-S12A chromax
  • Keyboard
    Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard (combo)
  • Mouse
    Logitech MK270 Wireless Mouse (combo)
  • Operating System
    Unactivated Windows
  • Laptop
    Acer Swift 3 SF314-41
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  1. Considering the criteria, I'd say the pixel 4 is your best and probably only bet. It has the best camera of the choices huliun listed, and will receive better software support compared to the others. Also avoid the Huawei and ZTE, as they no longer get Google services.
  2. I miss when HTC made good phones (one x, one m8). I can't even buy this phone if I wanted to because of a patent dispute.
  3. I've had his videos suggested to me before and in one of them he says "there's no chance of a zen 2 4 core", like a month before the 3100 and 3300x were announced. So his "insider sources" don't seem all that great.
  4. On a lot of the forums and reddit discussions I've been reading, it seems to me that most people are excited more about the prospect of bringing bricked wiis back from the dead. Nintendo very much fight tooth and nail in copyright disputes, and it's become near impossible to find ROMs for old games and consoles no longer supported by Nintendo (which is weird because they're not suffering any financial burden from their existence). Most of the homebrew community don't like to get their hands dirty, and many forums have banned discussions about piracy etc. I think the only people who will really delve deep into the source code are the 4chan dwellers and vpn users who aren't scared of the legal complications of producing software and firmware using the leaked code.
  5. Original articles: Nintendo Life Nintendo Everything Original forum post: ResetEra The forum post also goes on to list the contents of the leak: As well as the other content that has leaked over the last few weeks: Atheerios also handily links a video showing a demo ROM from one of the leaked Nintendo 64 files, used to test the console: All of this makes it a very exciting time to be an legacy Nintendo console fanboy (like me), possibly extending the possibilities of Homebrewers on their consoles. Some of the enthusiasts on r/WiiHacks have been discussing the possibilities: I'm very excited to see what people will be able to do with their Wiis now that there are no limits other than those of the hardware. (It'll be interesting to see if it can run Crysis)
  6. Industrial ppc fans are noisy, very noisy, and very overkill for everything but industrial uses. Would suggest not using those
  7. 2gb is used by integrated graphics, you can add more ram if possible
  8. @WelshDdraig thanks for the suggestions . I saw the viewsonic and Asus while searching pc part picker and just wanted to check if others would recommend them.
  9. How much monitor can I get for £150 (~$180 USD). I've been searching but the amount of options and my lack of knowledge of panel types, response times etc. have made it overwhelming. Must haves: Smaller than 24" Refresh rate above 60Hz Nice to haves: Freesync Good colour reproduction I use my pc mostly for work and games (notably racing and strategy like hoi4, f1, forza, etc.) so a good looking picture is more important than super high refresh rate.
  10. Original article If I'm being honest, personally, I think this is a massive overreaction. However, I think it must be difficult to continue with the event if big name companies have pulled out prior to the announcement. It must really suck though for all the smaller companies who had invested heavily into the event.
  11. Original article This comes as a bit of a shock announcement, but not in a groundshaking way. AMD have sponsored Ferrari for as long as I've been watching F1, and seeing them move over to arch rivals Mercedes is completely unexpected. I doubt this is going to bother the F1 community much though. Mercedes is merely looking for the best processors for their work flow, and a team constantly at the top of the sport needs that horsepower.
  12. Not big, he's not professional, just need something with good sRGB, factory calibrated coverage for amateur photo editing. Less than £150.
  13. He's not going proper professional, and we're budgeting below £150-200. I'll have a look at the website and see what looks best.
  14. How would a 2200g or 3200g compare to a 1600? Would the new zen cores make a difference?
  15. I'm not 100% sure, do you have some sort of guide or pointer as to what I'm looking at?