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Đỗ Đức Huy

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About Đỗ Đức Huy

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  • Birthday 1995-08-18

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Ha Noi
  • Interests
    Building computers and PC hardware in general.
  • Occupation
    Teaching English at local centers in Hanoi and general hustling.


  • CPU
    R7 1700
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Fatal1ty Gaming K4
  • RAM
    Corsair Dominator platinum 4x4GB
  • GPU
    Gainward GTX 780ti Phantom
  • Case
    Thermaltake Core V31
  • Storage
    240GB Samsung 850 EVO 2x2TB WD Green
  • PSU
    FSP 700-80egn 700W 80 plus gold
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2515H
  • Cooling
    Stock Wraith cooler
  • Keyboard
    Motor speed RGB mechanical keyboard
  • Mouse
    Steeleseries Kinzu V3
  • Sound
    Ufi Ucube USB speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Damn, that's a nice chip. Keep it close, take good care of it. DDR3 is still very much available to get new, FABS in China are ramping up production and will make what ever it is that you want.
  2. Don’t give me hope like that. That will lead to sub- ambient with a bare die setup....
  3. I have an Ivy, 8 cores, oc to 4.5... damn that thing will give a R7 2700 a good run for its money but the Xeon suck up electricity like no one cares.
  4. The main reason why the silicon industry moves to a new node is to capture the density (which mean more chip per fixed wafer size which mean less cost) and performance benefits baked into the new nodes. this ending of end of life status thing seemed like Intel is restarting production of 22nM cpu, which means the fabs were making something else before switching back to cpu again. It doesn’t look well when you are supposed to be on the bleeding edge of technology yet you have to drag a low end parts introduced 6 years ago out of retirement during a 2 years long product shortage.
  5. I’m not, I think this is more of a fire fighting measures right now to alleviate the supply issue that have been going on for close to two years now. I don’t think Intel will want to do this going forward.
  6. It is not bad for consumers, it is showing Intel in a bad strategic position right now. Can’t keep up with demand, tough competition from AMD and delays in 10nM...
  7. I think Intel is doing this to ration 14nM capacity for higher end sku. Bottom of the barrel 8-9th gen Pentium or Celeron are not that much more capable than the older Pentium and I3 of yester years. And Intel did make the switch for H310 to H310C to shift chipset use from 14nM to 22nM last year. Low end sku get the axe from latest tech first it seemed
  8. The G3420 used to be EOL, but now Intel have bring it back from the dead. That’s bad, since the chip aimed at substituting Pentium Gold at the bottom of the barrel of the product stack. The newer Pentium are taking up precious 14nM capacity for much higher performance core series CPU. This is the reasoning behind why Intel introduced the H310C chipset to replace the H310. The regular H310 is of a low end sku, yet taking up premium 14nM space. You know the shortage must be bad when they drag a 6 years old cpu out of retirement to fill out orders.
  9. Well, sold my Z77 WS board with a delided 3770K. Not sure how golden that chip was, never had the time to mess with it too much. Tempted to do a direct die custom water cooling loop to see how far I can go. But then the gear are old and I have a shop to run lol
  10. It was a decent platform, everything just worked with all the latest features back then fully working. Pcie 3.0, all Sata 3 ports, USB 3.0 ports on most motherboard. Decent platform, CPU is more of a side-grade from Ivy Bridge. Not as fun to OC like Sandy though. Most 2600K can do 5.0GHz with about 1.48V Vcore given you have decent cooling. Try that with a 4790K, I dare you.
  11. Source: Intel Intel is to cancel the EOL (end of life) status for the Pentium G3420, a dual core, dual threads Haswell based LGA 1150 socketed CPU that was initially launched in Q3 2013 (6 years ago). Interested customers can order the CPU from Intel from now to May 2020 when the last non-cancelable orders can be placed, with last shipments expected in December 2020. OP opinions on this: Intel pretty much screwed the pooch here. First they have the 14nM shortage. They started to move some of their chipset production back to 22nM and now, re-releasing a 22nM cpu from 2013 to alleviate the shortage!? This is nuts! Anecdotally, as the OP is a sile owner-operator of a computer repair- trading shop, OP have heard of long RMA time and outright un-availability of replacement CPUs. People when their CPUs died got offered refunds instead of replacement CPUs. Yet, the price for new CPUs from both AMD and Intel keeps falling through the floor. Same with SSD and RAM prices in Vietnam.
  12. Asrock comes to the rescue with the Creator!
  13. Boards are already at retailers/ Distributors. Can't be too long.
  14. Source; https://www.facebook.com/nguyencongpc.vn/posts/1222118664661991 https://videocardz.com/newz/asrock-asus-msi-trx40-motherboards-pictured-ahead-of-launch Nguyễn Công PC, a local system intergrater have posted pictures of the Asus Zenith II extreme TRX40 motherboard. I knows the guy in real life so, maybe I can get close and get even more details!? Attached pictures in case the post got taken down. From the box it seems that the board is still quad channel memory, but support PCIE 4.0. Dual 8 pin CPU power connector and an additional 6 pin for the CPU hints at the potential power draw of Thread ripper. Also a MOLEX connector to supply additional power to the PCIE slots at the bottom.
  15. Tooth brush and dish soap to clean the pins, wait for it to dry and try again. Trust me, I do this shit for a living.