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Tan3l6

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    Tan3l6 reacted to Moonzy in Your unpopular (non-political, non-offensive) opinions!   
    unpopular but i felt it... 144hz is inferior to 240hz by quite a lot in fast paced games :I
     
    that, or im getting old
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    Tan3l6 reacted to Electronics Wizardy in WINDOWS 'backwards compatibility' is a joke [RB338 woes continue]   
    Make a virtual machine of a older os?
     
    This could be a 16bit program, and those will only run on 32bit windows.
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    Tan3l6 reacted to xAcid9 in What song are you listening to right now.   
    Imagine buying newspapers to see at what time your favorite TV shows will start that day. 
     
     
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    Tan3l6 reacted to Apemanonline in My subwoofer and speaker are only playing sound from the left channel.   
    how you connecting to the output of what i assume is a pc? Jack plug etc? Could you try head phones in same output see if that gets stereo if not then the outputs the problem. My 2 cents.
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    Tan3l6 reacted to Levent in Can A faulty SSD Cause A System Shutdown With No Bluescreen?   
    That is not a symptom of SSD failure though. I never seen a SSD failure that caused device to not turn on, your issue is something else. I am leaning towards lack of CPU/MEM stability.
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    Tan3l6 reacted to xAcid9 in Ddu broke the nvidia control panel   
    Check Windows Event Viewer log for any errors regarding NVCP.
     
     
     
     
    Also drivers you download from Nvidia website is a DCH driver. What is a DCH driver?
     
    If you want installer with bundled NVCP you need to download a Standard driver. You can use NVCleanstall for that.

     
    or just manually remove -DCH from the download link.
    https://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/461.40/461.40-desktop-win10-64bit-international-dch-whql.exe
    https://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/461.40/461.40-desktop-win10-64bit-international-whql.exe
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    Tan3l6 reacted to grapekoolaid in 32 RAM or 2x16 RAM   
    two 16 gig modules are better. dual channel ram always runs better than single channel ram. 
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    Tan3l6 reacted to Tristerin in Motherboard says Dual channel.. Can I use Quad? I want max amount of FPS.   
    Your CPU, and MOBO do not support Quad.  Answer is a hard no.
     
    Requires HEDT, Server hardware (basically)
     
    Id go with 2x16, most compatible - as you add dimms you add more problems with Ryzen imho.  Especially if you OC
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    Tan3l6 reacted to WereCatf in Motherboard says Dual channel.. Can I use Quad? I want max amount of FPS.   
    Dual-channel is not the same thing as the number of RAM-slots your mobo has. Yes, you can put RAM in all four slots, it'll still run in a dual-channel mode.
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    Tan3l6 reacted to xg32 in Budget gaming monitor for casual gaming help!?   
    the best budget monitor imho is the AOC 24G2 imho
     
    https://www.amazon.com/AOC-24G2-Frameless-Adjustable-Guarantee/dp/B07WVN6CWT/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=24g2&qid=1612219402&sr=8-3
     
    anything under this in image quality you are better off buying any 144hz monitor used for under 100usd to save some money.
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    Tan3l6 reacted to SavageNeo in tell me what 600w psu is best on a budget   
    for those specs even decent 350w psu would do. but most under 400w psus are not that great.
     
    cheapest decent option: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/pn9tt6/cooler-master-mwe-bronze-v2-450-w-80-bronze-certified-atx-power-supply-mpe-4501-acaab-us
     
    better decent option: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/QhJmP6/kolink-enclave-500-w-80-gold-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-kl-g500fm
     
     
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    Tan3l6 reacted to Grumpy Old Man in What are the best/worst Youtube ads you've seen?   
    I don't see ads. 😑
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    Tan3l6 reacted to Alboy1975 in dyson sphere programme - disabled guy, could almost cry, a game I can actually play   
    Had to write this somewhere.  I'm a disabled guy (wheelchair user, can use only one hand) and games have progressively become harder and harder for me to play.  I like games such as factorio and satisfactory, but because of controls i can barely play them, but not now, Dyson sphere programme is on the scene.  It has point and click (aswd has been bane of my life, especially combined with moving camera,, but not with this game) i could almost hug the developers.  It is just a fantastic game.
     
    I'm a middle aged bloke who can remember  being able to compete, play equally, in the age of the sinclair zx81/commodore 64, but as technology has evolved gaming has become less accessible to me.  Please check out the game and give the developers recognition for making an accessible game.
     
    Just wanted to put in positive word
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    Tan3l6 got a reaction from WillLTT in PSU Tea kettle?   
    Coil whine confirmed.
    Usually harmless.
     
    I don't know what kind of coffe maker you OP use...
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    Tan3l6 got a reaction from chensov in Static electricity: does it matter?   
    There was recently a LTT video about static electricity and what mayhem it can cause:
    (Almost none)
     
     
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    Tan3l6 got a reaction from Tristerin in Static electricity: does it matter?   
    There was recently a LTT video about static electricity and what mayhem it can cause:
    (Almost none)
     
     
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    Tan3l6 reacted to Downkey in Best GPU Pair   
    PSU?
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    Tan3l6 reacted to Mateyyy in Why CPU IHS aren't made out of copper insteed of aluminum ?   
    It's nickel plated copper, both for Intel and AMD CPUs, as far as I'm aware.
     
    Edit: Actually, to further comment on this -- if IHSes were made out of aluminium, you wouldn't be seeing people use liquid metal for the TIM on CPUs. Well, not that that's a very common use case for LM, but still, you can do it. 
    Thermal Grizzly does mention this as a valid use case for their Conductonaut TIM (which is liquid metal): https://www.thermal-grizzly.com/en/products/26-conductonaut-en
     
    Additionally, as mentioned by @Electronics Wizardy above, if you were to lap the IHS on a modern CPU (which is common practice in the overclocking community), you'd eventually get through the nickel plating and the bare copper would be visible.
     
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    Tan3l6 reacted to RejZoR in Why CPU IHS aren't made out of copper insteed of aluminum ?   
    Just because it's silver/grey, it doesn't mean it's aluminium 😛 IHS are always copper with nickel platting.
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    Tan3l6 got a reaction from porina in Is 8gb of V-RAM good enough for 4k and 1440p gaming?   
    Yup, if you don't need every graphics setting maxxed out, that 8GB is enough.
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    Tan3l6 reacted to Eigenvektor in Is 8gb of V-RAM good enough for 4k and 1440p gaming?   
    Should be fine. As @Tan3l6 said, in the worst case you might have to lower texture resolution in future games. But 16 GB is probably overkill for a GPU that's supposed to last 2-3 years. If games require it in 3+ years and you get a new GPU anyway, you paid for something you never needed/used.
     
    I can't predict the future, of course. It's entirely possible games are all going to require more than 8 GB in a year, but it's fairly unlikely since developers typically target the majority of PC owners and/or consoles.
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    Tan3l6 got a reaction from cm992 in Is 8gb of V-RAM good enough for 4k and 1440p gaming?   
    Yup, if you don't need every graphics setting maxxed out, that 8GB is enough.
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    Tan3l6 reacted to BetteBalterZen in Show off your latest purchase!   
    I finally have my 3090! It's installed and everything works. So happy, so excited! 😁



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    Tan3l6 reacted to BiG StroOnZ in Intel Core i9-11900(k) + i7-11700(k/kf) 8c16t Rocket Lake Desktop CPU Benchmarks and Pricing Leaked: (Update #8)   
    An early ES Chip of the Rocket Lake i9-11900 CPU with 1.8 GHz Clocks has been tested on the Z490 Platform. The processor is a very early engineering sample that has been tested on the Intel 400-series board platform (which more or less confirms that 11th Gen CPUs will be backward compatible on existing LGA 1200 socket motherboards). This particular chip, the Core i9-11900 is the lower TDP variation of the Core i9-11900K; It features 8 cores, 16 threads and will feature clock speeds rated at 1.8 GHz base, 4.4 GHz boost (1-core), and 3.8 GHz (all-core boost). IPC Gains are looking promising for 11th Gen based on these leaks. 
     
     
    Source 1: https://wccftech.com/intel-core-i9-11900-8-core-rocket-lake-desktop-cpu-benchmarks-leak-out/
    Source 2: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/11900k-engineering-sample-cpu-z
     
    Rocket Lake is starting to look more promising with every leak, IMO. Looking at the numbers, and doing some quick napkin math: with a small 9% clock speed bump (from 4.4GHz to 4.8GHz) simulating the i9-11900k, the Rocket Lake chip goes from 582 to 635 points; making the Rocket Lake chip 8.8% faster compared to the Comet Lake i9-10900k (but with 9.4% slower/lower clocks). If we push the clocks on the i9-11900 to the "expected" 5.3GHz mark (of the k variant), bringing clock speed parity between it and the 10th Gen i9-10900k Comet Lake Chip. We now have a score in the 701 point range, making it nearly 20% faster than Comet Lake (10th Gen) clock for clock. Showing solid IPC gains with the 11th Gen Rocket Lake CPUs. Now obviously it is best to wait until launch to see if these results can be confirmed by independent reviews. So as always, and especially being that the source is WCCFTech; take this information with a grain of salt and remain skeptical until Q1 of 2021 (when launch for 11th Gen Rocket Lake is supposed to occur).
     
    Interesting update (Ashes of the Singularity / AoTS i7-11700KF Benchmark Leak): 
     
      Source 3
    Source 4
    Source 5
     
    A few more updates to this story ~
     
    Intel Core i9-11900 Rocket Lake-S Sample tested on B560 motherboard
     
     
    Source 6: https://videocardz.com/newz/intel-core-i9-11900-rocket-lake-s-engineering-sample-tested-on-b560-motherboard
    Source 7: https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/rocket-lake-s-processors-likely-have-similar-pl2-states-as-10th-gen-intel-core-i9-11900-rocket-lake-s-leak.html
     
    Intel Core i9-11900K, Core i9-11900, and Core i7-11700 engineering samples emerge
     
     
    Source 8: https://videocardz.com/newz/intel-rocket-lake-core-i9-11900k-i9-11900-i7-11700-engineering-sample-cpu-z-screenshots-leak
     
    Another nice Rocket Lake update  ~
     
    Intel Rocket Lake Core i9-11900K outperforms Ryzen 9 5950X in leaked Ashes benchmark. Intel could steal back its gaming performance crown from AMD, according to the leaked benchmark.
     
     
    Source 9: https://www.notebookcheck.net/The-Intel-Core-i9-11900K-beats-the-Ryzen-9-5950X-in-new-Ashes-of-the-Singularity-benchmarks.509533.0.html
    Source 10: https://www.techradar.com/news/intel-could-steal-back-its-gaming-performance-crown-from-amd-according-to-leaked-benchmark
     
    Minor update ~
     
    Geekbench i7-11700k Benchmark Result on Z490 AORUS MASTER 
     
      Source 11: https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/5567437
    Source 12: https://www.notebookcheck.net/Short-lived-happiness-for-Zen-3-Intel-Rocket-Lake-S-Core-i9-11900-QS-up-to-7-lead-over-the-Ryzen-7-5800X-and-up-to-33-over-the-Core-i9-10900K-Core-i9-11900-ES2-similar-to-9900K-10700K.512255.0.html 
     
    As a reference here are some recent Ryzen 7 5800X results in the same benchmark. After looking through a decent amount of them, I would say at worst it is a tie between the 5800X and 11700k, at best the 11700k is slightly ahead on average. 
     
    A few smallish updates  ~ 
     
    Intel Core i9-11900K Rocket Lake-S Already Pushed To 5.2GHz All-Core Overclock:
     
     
    Source 13: https://hothardware.com/news/intel-core-i9-11900k-rocket-lake-s-52ghz-all-core-overclock
     
    Rocket Lake Engineering Samples Benchmarked Against Zen 3:
     
     
    Source 14: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/rocket-lake-engineering-samples-benchmarked
    Source 15: https://www.chiphell.com/thread-2290061-1-1.html
     
    11th Gen Intel i9-11900k Cinebench R15 Run:
     
     
     
    Source 16: https://twitter.com/9550pro/status/1346487195096367104
     
    Fun update to this thread  ~
     
    Intel's new Rocket Lake-S processor has been pushed to 6.9GHz using LN2 cooling and RAM clocked to 6666.66MHz:
     
    A mysterious Intel Rocket Lake-S processor has been overclocked to an incredible rate of 6.923 GHz with the help of plenty of liquid nitrogen and probably a Gigabyte Z590 Aorus motherboard. A couple of video clips of the feat have been posted online, which also reveal the RAM speeding along at a more than devilish 6,666 MHz.
     
    An Intel Rocket Lake-S CPU with 8 cores and 16 threads has recently surfaced in an overclocking video (this processor should either be the Core i9-11900K or the Core i7-11700K), being pushed to 6.923 GHz operating frequency, as showcased via a CPU-Z screen-grabbed from the video. It can be seen from the CPU-Z that the overclocked CPU at 6.9 GHz supports instruction sets not available to Intel's current lineup of desktop CPUs, but that will be supported by Rocket Lake-S: namely, SHA and AVX512F. Likewise, the cache sizes correspond to the expected changes for Intel's Rocket Lake-S. The overclocked CPU was paired with overclocked DDR4 memory as well, which was brought up to 6,666 MHz, buoyed by a crispy 1.830 V. Motherboard information is scarce, but it's speculated that it's a Gigabyte Z590 Aorus motherboard.
     

     

     

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    Source 17: https://www.eteknix.com/intel-rocket-lake-s-cpu-already-overclocked-6-9ghz
    Source 18: https://www.techpowerup.com/276955/intel-rocket-lake-s-cpu-pushed-to-6-9-ghz-on-ln2 
    Source 19: https://www.techradar.com/news/overclockers-push-intel-rocket-lake-s-processor-to-69ghz 
    Source 20: https://videocardz.com/newz/intel-rocket-lake-s-cpu-overclocked-to-6-9-ghz-using-liquid-nitrogen
    Source 21: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-11th-gen-rocket-lake-s-cpu-overclocked-69ghz-liquid-nitrogen
    Source 22: https://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/joao-silva/intel-rocket-lake-s-8-core-cpu-overclocked-to-6-9ghz-using-ln2
    Source 23: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/77203/intels-next-gen-rocket-lake-pushed-to-6-9ghz-with-ln2-cooling/index.html
    Source 24: https://www.notebookcheck.net/Overclocked-Intel-Rocket-Lake-S-processor-flies-past-6-9-GHz-using-a-likely-Gigabyte-Z590-Aorus-motherboard-while-the-RAM-hits-a-beyond-diabolical-6-666-MHz.514081.0.html  
     
    Here's a pricing update to this story (something everyone was hoping to hear, better pricing than last gen) ~ 
     
    Pricing for Intel's upcoming Rocket Lake-S series of desktop processors has recently been leaked by European etailer computer stores. The SKUs that were listed by the retailer(s) include the high-end Rocket Lake-S and entry-level Comet Lake-Refresh processors. Core i9-11900K to cost € 600:
     
     
    Source 25: https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/intel-rocket-lake-s-prices-surface-at-european-etailers-i9-11900k-to-cost-€-600.html
    Source 26: https://videocardz.com/newz/intel-11th-gen-core-rocket-lake-s-cpus-prices-listed-by-multiple-retailers
    Source 27: https://www.techpowerup.com/277443/intel-rocket-lake-s-processors-european-pricing-leaked
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    Tan3l6 got a reaction from BiG StroOnZ in Planning on 3060 non ti version   
    Is it even possible?
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