Maybe the math told them to slow down and give b550 a full sales lifecycle.
They paid for a full launch, why not get a full sales cycle out of it?
X570 can take another lap. MSI can run the X570 Tomahawk, gigabyte can tighten up their...
I'm underwhelmed by the mini/micro/light Ryzen 2 bios implementation on the b450 Tomahawk. That's all I got, seems like everytime I get a b450 board nicer than a $60 retail ASRock it's a Tomahawk with a Zen2 bios on it. Had 5 of them go thru my...
$300 is where new 2060...
Xfx rx460 4gb
Requires 6pin power.
Was used by my buddy's kid on a 2200g rig to play Fortnite, Roblox, GTA (!?), Apex, etc for a year or so.
Just upgraded them tonight.
Bought new from Frys and gamed on.....maybe a little homework.
Hope the OP did his research and got something the punches higher than his $.
I stuck with a z370 Maximus x bc z390 Maximus xi ended up having a lower quality vrm payload.
Hope he waited bc people are dumping parts right now.
That’s literally the only sensible way to pursue this kind of retail business.
I remember enterprise projects in the late 90s where I was working with blue shirt IBM staff waiting on containers to populate data centers.
The early enthusiast...
I'm ready to move on as soon as there's that next chipset that'll power that next engine.
Seems that game Dev lags far behind hardware capability.
Sad, but whatever the next consoles will be capable of may push PC games farther faster than an...
Motherboard margin gets mentioned every so often as very low. The ratio of low end to high end motherboard sales is cited as steeply in favor of low end boards.
I would think that it's on the high volume retailer to eat expedited shipping on...
Meh, I haven't been thrilled with Newegg lately but this wouldn't confuse me if I was looking for a 1600af.
It'd be a hassle if someone had to learn the hard way and get their credit card company involved.
Bright side, I hope a 2700AF will be a...
You'd also notice frame pacing was more consistent over time aio cooling a gpu as heat load saturates the block and whatever throttling scheme kicks in.
I should have gone open loop on my 1080ti, who knew it'd be such a long term reliable...
GPUs definitely benefit the most from watercooling. Generally, only extreme overclocks push thermal limits with good GPU blocks. Radiator capacity can be expanded without limit to minimize noise levels.
Z490 is incremental as stated above.
If I made income generating steering content than I'd write off an Aqua and a Maximus Formula with the entire lineup of a water cooling vendor for a VS clip.
Hopefully the cooling vendor will pay me to...