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Andrew Farnsworth

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  1. I am building a PC that uses a Cooler Master MWE Gold 550 watt PSU on a system that uses 450 to 460 watts of power, and was wondering about how much room that leaves me for overclocking of my rx 5700, 2700x and such. Thanks!
  2. Just to make sure it is clear, I have other messages on the previous page that explain what those pictures are proving.
  3. You can see here that when comparing builds with processors of virtually identical performance, a build with an APU and no dedicated GPU is slightly better than a build with an ordinary CPU and a dedicated graphics card, while being significantly cheaper.
  4. I simulated some builds and found that within a budget generally an APU will both outperform a processor and graphics card and cost less.
  5. I mentioned this one in the LTT forum, but decided it would probably be more appropriate to use it as a Techquickie video. My suggestion is to make a video on whether APUs work better for budget rigs.
  6. Here is another suggestion: Are APUs worth it? You could also try 'Are APUs better for budget systems?'
  7. Also, in a bit you may be able to get a hold of one of a new Motorola Razr, which should be coming out next January.
  8. I was thinking a review of Enmotus FuzeDrive, AMD's response to Intel Optane. I am thinking it may be a good idea for the build I am working on, but I have heard it is tricky to set up and I could use a more knowledgeable opinion.
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