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ZeRedz

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  1. Why is it set to half the clockspeed of the m-clock? Also, what exactly allows the infinity fabric to take better advantage of high RAM speeds? What exactly is the science behind it?
  2. What exactly is the benefit of integration a chipset onto a CPU and, I always wanted to ask this, is the purpose of even having different chipsets?
  3. I did google it and read whatever information I found. I just wanted to confirm my findings. Based on what I read, V-Cache basically involves stacking SRAM cache over the existing L3 cache and then connected them via TSV. Also, I read somewhere that it's because of the infinity fabric that Ryzen processors benefit from higher RAM frequencies. How true is this?
  4. Title. I was wondering how exactly the infinity fabric for Ryzen works and why Ryzen is considered to have an SoC like design. Also, could someone explain to me exactly what v-cache is?
  5. So I was doing a bit of reading and found out that when it comes to SSD controllers, signal attenuation is a major problem. Could someone tell me in a bit of detail why exactly signal attenuation is such a big problem when it comes to SSD controllers and what exactly do SSD controllers do?
  6. I guess what I meant to ask is when exactly is the majority going to shift to 1440p. As you know, a great majority of people game at 1080p so my question is, when is 1440p going to become the new 1080p?
  7. So I noticed that we've had 1080p as the standard for PC gaming for quite a while now and was wondering when 1440p is going to become the new standard resolution. Yes, I'm aware that there's a good amount of people gaming on 1440p monitors.
  8. I appreciate the suggestion. I was asking because I can't seem to figure out where exactly to start.
  9. Are there any guides you personally recommend on YouTube?
  10. So I've watching these videos of people building custom mechanical keyboards and talking about stuff like stabilizers, lubed switches, etc and was wondering what the best way would be to basically gain a general understanding of everything that has to do with custom mechanical keyboards.
  11. I can't seem to get it right, but I have to resort to using my ratchet screwdriver like a manual screwdriver because I can't seem to figure out how to make the screwdriver rotate. I know this is a really really dumb question, but has anyone ever had this problem?
  12. I'm not entirely sure if I am. All I know is that I gotta make a column for the network ID, subnet mask, first and last host addresses, and finally, the broadcast address. Our teacher just calls it subnetting.
  13. Basically, in the task, we have to list the Subnet IDs, Host range, Broadcast address and finally, the new subnet mask. So we've been given an IP address and have been told to make 14 subnets. To answer your questions, -Each subnet has to fit an equal number of hosts. We have to find that number of hosts by 2^n-2. N being the number of 0s within octet(s) of the host ID. So, like if we have to make 16 subnets for a class C address, we have around 4 zeros in the last octet which gives us 2^4-2=14 hosts per subnet. -I'm not sure if this answers your question, but we were told to fully utilize
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