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  1. Would you recommend AMD or Intel. Right now I'm looking at the Ryzen 3 Laptop
  2. I guess what I'm asking is what CPU would I need to run Youtube with a dozen other chrome tabs as well a word document and PowerPoint presentation and be able to switch between them without an hiccups.
  3. Looking to recommend my brother a Laptop for going back to school. He's looking for something "decent." That being said, I'm not super familiar with sweet spot in the price to performance for a productivity laptop. If you could answer any of these questions, it would be appreciate: -If you can just outright recommend a laptop, what would it be? -What is the best processor for light productivity software?
  4. I think I'm going to put it on craigslist to be bought as a whole system or parted out to see what I can get
  5. So am already going to have to replace Motherboard, and CPU so it is whatever makes sense for the combination of the 3 of them
  6. I'm looking to buy an new GPU for a PC build but it's been about 5 years since I've build a PC, so I'm not so familiar with the current price to performance of current generation GPUs. I'm currently using a gaming laptop with GTX 1060. I've got the budget to spend up to $2000 dollars on a PC build, but I'm not necessarily inclined to spend that if the price to performance warrant it or It would significantly maxing out every game. I plan getting a 4k Monitor as well as two 1080p for triple monitor games. I plan on playing some pretty demanding games like Ark. If you could point me in the right
  7. Here is the parts list and what they are going for. CPU: i5 4690k $60 CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO $20 GPU: MSI r9 380 $90 Motherboard: MIS Z97 Gaming 5 $60 Memory (RAM): 8 GB Hyper X DDR3-1600 $25 Power Supply: You will have to buy you a new one (About $60 new). Storage: M.2 SSD 250 GB $35 (I have 2 additional 250G Crucial BX100 for $35 each if your interested) Case: Corsair SPEC-03 Mid Tower Case $40 Cooling: 4 120mm Red LED Fans $10 Thermal Compound: Arctic Silver 5 (I can reapplied it before I give it to you) Total in par
  8. I might have the game wrong. Point being that it's up to the program designer to design the program in such a way to take advantage of duel GPU s similar to how it is up to the a program designer to design a program to use multiple cores on the CPU.
  9. It depends if tensorflow was designed for dual GPU. I believe it was far-cry 3 that was specifically designed for dual GPUs, so you had the potential to 100%+ frames rate. Most games, however, are not designed like that, so you get much less than 100 %+.
  10. Looking for a Ipad for my Grandma to Video Call with. These are the 3 that make the most sense to me on amazon. What do you recommend I get. https://www.amazon.com/Apple-32GB-Space-Model-Refurbished/dp/B074PWW6NS/ref=sr_1_10?dchild=1&keywords=(Renewed)+Apple+iPad+Air+2%2C+64+GB%2C+Space+Gray%2C&qid=1596290590&sr=8-10 https://www.amazon.com/Apple-iPad-10-2-Inch-Wi-Fi-32GB/dp/B07XL7G4H6/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=IPad&qid=1596290671&sr=8-3&th=1 https://www.amazon.com/Apple-iPad-Space-Gray-Refurbished/dp/B00TREI0F2/ref=sr_1_1?dchi
  11. Anybody have experience buying used GPUs. I see them be as much as half price. Is it worth the risk?
  12. Anyone find any good bezel-less for 3 monitor gaming in the $200 range?
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