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  1. Aren't these contradicting? Either the amperage would rise and thus to wattage stays the same, or the wattage decreases thus the amperage stays the same. I don't know more than school level physics anyway so I guess it's not worth arguing. And the reason is that manufacturers have to pick a voltage that works with 99% of the silicon without introducing instability. Manufactures do want to set the voltage as low as possible but they can't test every single chip that leaves the factory yet there still is a variance in silicon quality. You can end up with silicon that happi
  2. I'd go with the Pentium system. The whole system is on a newer platform so it has a newer motherboard, faster RAM and possibly faster storage. Also the pentium cpu is faster than the old Core-i3.
  3. Well first you'll need make sure that it's a proper monitor input port on your Laptop. Then connect a cable from your PC's GPU output to your laptop input (not an output port). At last change the laptop's source for receiving an image to the PC's GPU in the settings of your laptop.
  4. Are you sure it's a Display Port input and not a normal Display Port output? Because it's very unusual for laptops to have monitor input ports. And without a proper input port, what you're trying to do won't work.
  5. 130 FPS is pretty much the maximum the 9700k can produce in CoD warzone. With an overclock you could get a bit more fps out of it. The GPU is sitting at 50% because it isn't being utilised when the graphic settings are this low. To increase GPU load you'd need to increase graphics quality and/or resolution.
  6. That specific Motherboard does support the BIOS Flashback feature, which allows you to update the BIOS without a CPU installed by having the correct BIOS files on a USB stick. More informations on how to do this correctly should be in the Motherboard manual.
  7. What you could do is buy an 7640x from Amazon and use their 30 day return policy to return it again after updating the BIOS.
  8. The performance difference between the 1165G7 and 1185G7 is almost non-existent. The 100Mhz slower boost clock will be unnoticeable in pretty much every scenario.
  9. The RAM limitation is a motherboard limitation. An Am3 cpu won't change that.
  10. That motherboard only supports up to 8GB of DDR2 ram, the cpu does not play a role in this.
  11. That is simply not true. No game on the market right now has any problems running on a 6c/12t CPU. Plenty of reviewers pointed out at the time of the 5600x and 5800x release that there is no point at all in getting the 5800x for gaming as there were zero benefits. Even a 4c/8t Cpu on a modern architecture and/or high clock speeds is still a very good gaming CPU. There is nothing "iffy" about them.
  12. Almost every Core-i 1100 chip seems to be better value than any AMD chip now, unless Rocket lake has some extreme performance issues. Also Intel should have better availability which is atm the most important factor in real world pricing.
  13. Here's a neat little list: https://xsreviews.co.uk/news/games-with-built-in-benchmarks-how-to-benchmark-your-pc/ Seems to be pretty complete
  14. https://www.alternate.de/Samsung/Odyssey-G5-C27G54TQWU-Gaming-Monitor/html/product/1664477?campaign=Monitor/Samsung/1664477