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About erdemalsirt

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  • Birthday Jul 27, 1999

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    Erdem/18 (Counter Tenor)#3065
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  • Location
    Aydın - Didim
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Gaming, Music, Tech, TV Shows, Cartoon, Anime
  • Occupation
    Student (Homeschooled as High School level)


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 4720HQ (3.8 Ghz TurboBoost O.C)
  • Motherboard
    Toshiba VG20SQ
  • RAM
    16 GB (2x8) (1600 Mhz) (DDR3L)
  • GPU
    AMD R9 M265X (2 GB GDDR5)
  • Display(s)
    LG Philips LP156WF6-SPA1 (AH-IPS)
  • Mouse
    ASUS WT465
  • Sound
    Realtek ALC284
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home Single Language (64-Bit) (Original)

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  1. But i believe there is still tons of newbie pc users who need that. ^^
  2. Hi. I have a new idea for next generation of motherboards. Now, imagine you build a PC and you don't have any drive for installing Windows 10 to your PC. Or you just lazy to take a flash drive or something else... So, i have a idea about to solve this problem. The solution is; Your motherboard BIOS got a new feature called "Download and Install Windows 10 from Microsoft server" feature. Just you are entering your BIOS menu, and clicking "Download and Install Windows 10" menu. Then options are showing up like you wanna install 32-Bit or 64-Bit. Then you make your selection and then
  3. Intel Xeon processors have much more different algorithms so that's why they have slow frequency not 4 Ghz or more and much cores but they are not good for gaming... But i think Dual-Socket for gamers isn't bad idea, don't you? ;-;
  4. But Intel have to try that... Because maybe we can see abnormal performance improvement when they run 9th Intel Core series CPU with Dual-Socket technology (Not old Dual-Socket technology) I can give an example about HBM2 Memory developed by AMD... They make it connection very fast between Graphics card's GPU Processor because of technology etc... So, i think possible to make it fast connection between two CPU's but, for example if Intel core i7 9700K have 850 Single Core performance, when the second 9700K connected, it needs shows like 1600 Single Core score if Single 9700K Multi-Core score i
  5. Well still i think Dual-Socket is not bad idea for gamers but, of course Intel needs to made more different Dual-Socket technology for Gamers and General users... Imagine if someone have Intel Pentium G4560 and he want to make more better performance for cheap price and he buy the second Intel Pentium G4560 and he put in to Second CPU Socket and now he doubling performance better... I know the Dual-Sockets have very high lattency problem but, i am sure Intel can made special Dual-Socket for gamers. If Graphics Cards SLI/Crossfire can be optimized for gamers better everytime, then CPU's can do
  6. If dual socket idea isn't work well, then what about Dual 8700K CPU Chips in same CPU? Only 1 CPU but developed as Single... AMD + Intel does for mobile systems.. Integrated AMD GPU + Intel CPU ... But what about both CPU in same CPU inside?
  7. If gaming motherboards can have Dual-Socket, they works like that Algorithm: The Dual-Socket motherboard merge two CPU's and it make works like Single CPU... If that algorithm can be work, no any optimize problems... For sure...
  8. Yeah maybe that "Server motherboard's Dual Socket" technology is not good for gaming but, i am sure Intel can develop new Processors like Dual-Socket-V2 (More different Dual-Socket technology... Not like Server motherboards... Completely different algorithms etc...)
  9. If Intel made Dual-Socket 9th gen Intel core series motherboard, i expect that features: Intel core i7 9700K (5 Ghz TurboBoost with 8 Cores, 16 Threads) (Just in theory that speed...) Now... If we install Intel Core i7 9700K on a Dual-Socket (Supports 9th Intel Core series), then the performance can be DOUBLE if Intel really won that optimize work.... Two Intel Core i7 9700K = Showing on Windows 10 Task manager (10 Ghz with 16 Cores and, 32 Threads)
  10. I think Dual-Socket for Intel Core series can be really good... It's not 4 or 6 Sockets. I think Dual-Socket it can be great for gamers and renderer people.