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Zini

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  1. You know what i think LTT should make? An in depth Overclocking guide to AMD/Ryzen (or intel but eh) by Anthony
  2. Zini

    PSU for 3080

    in that case i think im fine with my Corsair RM750x
  3. So i know for a fact that NVIDIA is saying that a 750w psu is recommended for the rtx 3080 but i was wondering if it's actually enough so if anyone with experience or with the knowledge could tell me like how much overhead do u calculate for with a 750w psu with a 3080 or is it just really really tight with a 750w psu?
  4. So i was thinking abt instead of getting a large ssd i'd get a large hdd and buy a small nvme or ssd as a cache for it to boost it's performance. But im rather confused by the softwares that exist for it that are saying that u need to have ur OS installed on the HDD but i have a small ssd already for my OS and some HDD's for my mass storage but ontop of that i'd like another ssd as a cache for those HDD's. I have an AMD chip so as far as i understood i must use StoreMi but i was wondering if it's possible to use a ssd as a cache for SEVERAL HDD's that DO NOT contain ur OS.
  5. Yeah i understand that but i already have a full tower desktop with gaming monitor and whatnot. But i want this for when im travelling, since parents and rest of family lives along way away to visit them takes some time and it'd be nice to have something to play on the bus. And then I would use it for schoolwork, taking notes in uni and stuff like that.
  6. Yeah the reason i dont want one, and even then u'd have to ferry the gpu around + the laptop so it kinda defeats the purpose.
  7. Yeah i know about the x360 but isnt it this one that had a supposedly really really bad touchpad and screen? And besides isnt vega 10 graphics, not good? atleast from what i've read and understood is that vega 10 is worse than for example the Intel Iris Plus Graphics? Correct me if im wrong. Altough right now the HP Envy x360 13-ar0802no 13,3" with the Ryzen 7 3700U and 16gb ram is on sale for 800€ down from 1100€.
  8. So I was wondering what would be the best 2-in-1 Laptop for gaming? But with a budget of 500-2000€. The idea is that i'd like it to be able to run Rocket League 60+ fps on medium settings or so and so forth. So light-ish gaming on the move. I'd like it to have atleast 2 usb-a ports and a 3.5mm jack and a 1080p display. I've found several options but with every options there is some kinda "but", either it's not good for gaming, or it's not good at all, it has a 4k display which drains battery way faster, the battery is too small and cant last 5hrs which is kinda like my minimum, like i'd like
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