The 2080 Ti is very powerful but for the 9700K and 9600K with Ampere beasts or the newest AMD cards it was difficult. Here is a Dutch site.
Techpowerup used a 3080...
I thought Samsung gave up on Multi-Level Cell being 2 like many people want and they have 128L 3D TLC (three, tri, etc.)? Sites like Anandtech and Servethehome say it is 3-bit.
But are QLC drives failing? They have been out for years.
In ME1 there were more appearance choices for squadmates like Garrus? And stats might decrease but it was also for walking around the Citadel? But I doubt they would add purely cosmetic changes to 2 and 3.
Or people working from home would like a $199 i7 and they aren't going to research it for hours. MC charges $150 for 10 minutes of assembly and recommends their Inland SSD and Powerspec PSU along with no-name RAM but it's Intel and running Excel, who cares. aka though it has an Intel SSD...
That would work I just went with the Intel Processors forum and stayed with Intel. It seems like diminishing returns have been embraced with the 2080 Ti and the 10600k is enough but if it's $100 more for the 10700k over three years I don't mind that cost. 3200 CL16 is also fine but if someone...
Not the best time to buy Turing but maybe if you are flipping systems and people are stuck at home, etc. and they won't wait for 3070.
You can get the Micro Center $350 i7-10700K. That's a good deal.
If it's running hot you can disable hyperthreading per core and much more.
Bad time for power supply compared to past years but might as well get one by 2020 standards. I mean compared to the buying frenzy with new Nvidia cards...
The reviews should show the 10400 or 10400F with a 2080 Ti but how quiet and low-usage would it run with a 2060 Super, etc.? Or 10700.
But not on H470 and a stock cooler, 2666 ram, etc. squeezing every dollar. Might as well buy fast RAM now due to prices.
And if games are capped at 90 FPS it...
Were Turing cards reliable or were they malfunctioning?
Would there be a new card so powerful at 1080p and capped at ~80 fps would the fans not spin or barely run? Not RDR2 or Control but maybe some games.
Has anyone run the 10900k with HT disabled on the two or four best cores and they're at a higher frequency? Then a game has the screaming fast cores (Far Cry 5?) simultaneous with so many threads but maybe with less heat.
Does this visually look pretty good? Not the darkest board every but it's $170. MSI Z490 Gaming Plus.
It doesn't make sense to have an 8600k or 9600k with a 2080 Ti but they aren't CPU-limited in 1440p? Is that like the 480 or 580 where it was burning hot and much less powerful than the stock 2500K (running cool)?