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7850OC

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    7850OC reacted to Samsiku in Prebuilt Gaming PC HELP!   
    Hello! I wanted to buy a Gaming PC and found a good priced prebuilt system! Is it worth going for it? Its on sale for ~960€
     
    GPU: RX 5700 Sapphire Pulse
    CPU: Ryzen 5 3600x
    CPU Cooler: be quiet! Pure Rock Slim
    RAM: 16GB DDR4-RAM PC-3200 G.Skill Aegis
    HDD: 1000GB Seagate
    SSD: NVME M.2 SSD 500GB Kingston A2000
    Mainboard: Asus TUF B450-Plus Gaming
    PSU: be quiet! Pure Power 11 500 Watt (80+)
    Case: be quiet! Pure Base 500 Window schwarz
     
    Thanks in advance!
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    7850OC reacted to Zando Bob in The Ripoff Mac Pro Case is HERE   
    Oh don't worry, the madlads are on top of that too:

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    7850OC reacted to GabenJr in I had given up on AMD… until today - Ryzen 9 3900X & Ryzen 7 3700X Review   
    There isn't one - yet. As Linus mentioned in the vid, we're planning a full OC video as a follow-up.
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    7850OC reacted to GabenJr in I had given up on AMD… until today - Ryzen 9 3900X & Ryzen 7 3700X Review   
    AMD is launching ALL of their third-gen Ryzen CPUs today – We’ve got our hands on two of the best to see if they really can take the fight to Intel’s doorstep: Gaming.
     
     
    Buy a Ryzen 9 3900X:
    On Amazon: TBD
    On Newegg: https://lmg.gg/8KV5T
     
    Buy a Ryzen 7 3700X:
    On Amazon: TBD
    On Newegg: https://lmg.gg/8KV5j
     
    Buy an ASUS Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi)
    On Amazon: TBD
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    7850OC reacted to LukeLinusFanFic in I had given up on AMD… until today - Ryzen 9 3900X & Ryzen 7 3700X Review   
    Holy shit. This is downright amazing. Can't wait for WAN show!
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    7850OC reacted to AlexTheGreatish in Building my Teenage Dream PC - Ricer PC Part 1   
    We've gotten pretty good at making sleepers - PC that look slow but are actually really fast... But what about a PC that looks fast and is actually slow?
     
    Buy Phanteks Evolv X:
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    Buy Seasonic Prime:
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    7850OC got a reaction from lewdicrous in The New Mac Pro…   
    only $6,000 ?
     
    just... shut up!!! and take my money!!! ?
     

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    7850OC reacted to nicklmg in The New Mac Pro…   
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    7850OC reacted to wasab in best minimum size for a Linux partition ?   
    My Linux partition is whatever the capacity of my entire ssd drive is. I then mount a 1 TB slow HDD as a folder in my home directory where I dumb all the big files into, like steam games and Android studio which easily eat over over 10 GB per applications. Without the HDD, one install of 0AD, supertuxcart, Android studio+all its Android library and Android OS files for emulators,  qt creator and all its libraries files, clion and all its libraries files, steam plus just TWO games(overlord II, company of heroes 2) eat up over 100gb of my drive already. 
     
    So always do the maximum. No storage is too large. I download and store shit loads of porn too.... 
     
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    7850OC reacted to Don Vielenio in best minimum size for a Linux partition ?   
    I'm using 10GB for a virtual machine without X-server, for my desktop system I'm using 20-30GB for root-partition, texlive is using much to much space, additional 5GB for /tmp and 40-60 for home directory on a separated partition. I'd recommending at least 100GB in total, but if you're not having much data, 60GB or even 40GB could be enough for you.
     
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    7850OC reacted to captain_aggravated in best minimum size for a Linux partition ?   
    It really wasn't a simple question because of how many more questions it begs:
    What distro?  (Debian, Android, Manjaro, Puppy?) What hardware?  (desktop, laptop, phone, embedded device, raspberry pi, toaster, space station, server? 32-bit or 64-bit?) What use case?  (End user desktop, server, embedded device, VM, liveUSB, dual boot?  No GUI, facebook and youtube, lots of big apps, huge numbers of files?) Which "linux partition?"  (The whole OS, just root, just /home, just swap, any generic partition that can be mounted on a Linux system?) Partitioning a hard drive is a technical thing to do, so you need to provide some details on what you're trying to accomplish to get a straight answer.
    Petabyte Project!
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    7850OC reacted to NunoLava1998 in best minimum size for a Linux partition ?   
    I'd give it 60GB for everything w/ programs
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    7850OC reacted to NunoLava1998 in best minimum size for a Linux partition ?   
    You need atleast 70 petabytes in order to hold the Illegal Very Epic Hacking Kali Ubuntu Linux Mint Command Line Shell Bin Bash GNU GPL Linux. Then, for every program, it is 23,560 extra Terabytes, in order to Fit the Epic Hacking Things.
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    7850OC got a reaction from SpaceGhostC2C in best minimum size for a Linux partition ?   
    10 GB ?
    30 GB ?
    50 GB ?
    100 GB ?
    9000 TB ?
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    7850OC reacted to williamcll in Want to watch LTT in China? There's a few (legal) ways   
    Internet censorship in China has actually become more lax over the past two years despite the major VPN ban applied on web services and web stores, there are three ways you can watch Mr. 加拿大白票王 while in the Far East:
     
    LTT has an official page over Bilibili, offering both English and Chinese translations as well as new videos that come out faster than youtube. You don't get 4k however Get a SIM card from Hong Kong with mainland China roaming. Internet is routed to Hong Kong rather than through Mainland ISPs            Prepaid sim cards from China mobile Hong Kong and China unicom Hong Kong offers unrestricted internet over 4G

     
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    7850OC reacted to BuckGup in i tests "Linux MINT 19" + STEAM + Proton + DDO and it works :)   
    Now try the new version of WINE with the microsoft suite. There is no need for windows lol
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    7850OC reacted to wasab in i tests "Linux MINT 19" + STEAM + Proton + DDO and it works :)   
    Why are you so surprise that it works?
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    7850OC reacted to CPotter in Linux Gaming FINALLY Doesn't SUCK!   
    Check out the Thermaltake Level 20 series cases on Amazon at http://geni.us/RKaBH4V
     
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    Buy desktop components on Amazon:  http://geni.us/AxaA83
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    7850OC got a reaction from TopHatProductions115 in Opteron and gaming   
    the cool thing of the Opterons cpu is that you can use motherboards with two (or more) Opterons also 
     
    but back on the topic, it be a fun build 
     
     
    the G32 cpus have 12 cores max
     
    and the G34 cpus have 16 cores max (as far as i know)
     
     
    and with some dual motherboards G32 you can have a 24 cores machine (cool) 
     
    i personally think that all +18 cores machines are the best of the best (but this is just me) 
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    7850OC got a reaction from kting15 in RTX Reviews   
    Yay!!!
     
    AMD RTX is here 
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    7850OC got a reaction from Taf the Ghost in RTX Reviews   
    Yay!!!
     
    AMD RTX is here 
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    7850OC reacted to NelizMastr in 1 PC 2 Gamer   
    You'll need that VT-d support, so you can't use the 2500K for this project. An i7-2600 non K should do the job. You'll basically have 2 VMs with 2c/4t which should be okay for entry level games.
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    7850OC reacted to kb5zue in 1 PC 2 Gamer   
    Get yourself an X-Box.  It's made to support multiple players.
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    7850OC reacted to Zando Bob in Chrome 69 adds new Password Manager with Random Password Generation built in   
    "Chrome 69"
     
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