I actually have an EVGA classified gaming card with a factory AIO unit somewhere in my closet.
It might actually be loaned out though now that I think about it. I can check though, with explicit instructions since EE isn't my gig.
I think some people just aren’t hardware enthusiasts.
My good buddy in infosec who’s super accomplished in his field chose intel for his new personal rig. Baffled me.
Actually was irritated when I asked about Ryzen. Not really sure why.
In a generation or two, we're going to have another shrink, 2023 isn't very far off and TSMC should begin mass production of either 2 or 3nm by that time.
It really depends on what Apple does with its production that is going to affect it.
Intel has already announced 1.4nm tech by 2029 but...
Then say that next time, dude.
Also again, you don't know what AMD's supply chain looks like.
Last years numbers are just that, last years numbers, and has been stated above, much has changed in the supply chain recently.
Intel also had long wait times because of slow shipping 14nm chips...
I read all about Colonial Marines when it launched and never bought it, even after waiting forever for it.
My next-door neighbor was like 3-4 years older than me and got me into PC gaming as a kid and we used to play AvP 2000 and tribes all the time. We were walking around in the Tunnels type...
This has my attention. Couldn’t afford a Saturn when they were new and I’ve wanted to get into one but disc issues compounded with lack of space to expand my vintage video game collection kept me away.
This fixes all my problems with getting some Saturn hardware love going for my retro room.
This post made me bust out my old gentle typhoons until you get an answer about if this is a permanent issue.
I was gonna replace some corsairs with noctuas but imma wait now. I use a fan controller.
Perhaps they need two models.