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About svmlegacy

  • Title
    Ryzen go brrrrr

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  • Location
  • Interests
    CPU's, Benchmarking, Overclocking


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 1700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI X470 Gaming Plus Max
  • RAM
    2 x 8 GB DDR4 3000 MT/s Team Group TLZGD416G3000HC16CDC01
    (16 GB Dual-Channel @ 3200 MT/s)
  • GPU
    EVGA NVidia GeForce GTX 780 SC 03G-P4-2783-KR
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide 110R
  • Storage
    Boot: Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500 GB
    Scratch: 1x ADATA SP900 128 GB, 1x PNY XLR8 128 GB SSD2SC120G3LA726B087-327
    HDD: HGST 3 TB 7200RPMHUS724030ALE641
  • PSU
    Seasonic Focus PX-650
  • Display(s)
    Acer 1920x1080 75 Hz R241Y
    Dell 1680x1050 60 Hz 2208WFP
  • Cooling
    CPU: Corsair H110
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G710
  • Mouse
    Logitech M705
  • Operating System
    Fedora 33 x86_64
  • Laptop
    Toshiba Satellite - Core i5-3320M, 16 GB DDR3
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy S9 SM-G960W

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  1. Are you claiming that the Z490 Pro4 can't handle a sustained 125 W? Links.
  2. The answer is: the cheapest board that supports the 10600K. Modern mobo's don't affect performance at stock speeds. If you need OC capability (Memory or CPU), then you'll need a Z-series board.
  3. But to some degree, it does... if my PC was a client in a system like that, I'd prefer H264 over H265 because I can hardware decode H264. H265 is much more stressful on my PC (not to mention my laptop cannot smoothly decode it at all). If all your clients are H265 capable, then it is preferable.
  4. For example... my GTX 780 will encode and decode H264, but it won't do the same for H265. So for me, I'd prefer to use H264.
  5. @TechLoverboi The Maximus VI Hero is a Z87 board, and does not support NVMe. From what I can tell, it doesn't even have a M.2 port.
  6. Not inherently. SPDIF only really has advantages for surround sound setups, one cable carries 7.1 surround, instead of the 5/6 cables from the back otherwise. If you have crummy speakers already, then an amp will make no difference.
  7. Just like how multi-socket Xeon's are "superior" to modern i5's. Name another ARM chip designed for proper desktop use.
  8. That's the difference between an off-the-shelf tablet processor and a completely unoptimized platflorm, and purpose built silicon + fine tuning of an OS and interpreter.
  9. We need more specific specs than that, but it does not mean that the hardware is degrading. Generally hardware either works or it doesn't (with special exemption to OC'd chips and HDD's) Start with the specific CPU, Memory, and motherboard (if a laptop or prebuilt, a model number would help.)
  10. Does the budget include monitor and peripherals, or is that just the tower?
  11. No. It's just an ARM chip designed for a different purpose
  12. The 10-12 years ahead thing is complete speculation. The M1 is merely comparable to the x86 competition. But it is true that Apple isn't selling the M1 to mass market outside of the products that contain it.
  13. Try dropping XMS down to 512M or so. Too big causes issues, and realistically it'll allocate more ram as is needed.