Like a child they want to drown?
Also this seems eerily similar to the recent Russian healthcare workers "falling" from the top of buildings after complaining about the lack of PPE and precautions for corona virus
Why test 4k for a cpu review lol
and the performance is near identical. Not one of the XT poster over a 1% performance improvement at games in 1080p, which is the only place this CPU launch would make sense.
Pointless release is pointless.
I'll stick with my mostly very analog feeling toyota 86. yuck at the thought of the future of cars being boring potatoes that drive you everywhere while you jerk off to bullshit on some screen.
(Millenial gang btw)
You mean AMD isn't the tech messiah that will save us from the evil that is Nvidia?
That being said there were a couple times where AMD severely undercut nvidia pricing for the performance offered.
" For now, the Radeon HD 4870 and 4850 are both solid values and cards we would...
Any particular reason he's stuck on Intel? AMD definitely offers more bang for the buck currently, the 9700k with only 8 threads is kind of eh right now in comparison to the 10700k (8/16) and 3900x (12/24) for all around the same price.
I really think the 2080 super is the best bet value wise...
9700pro got me into PC gaming. I remember being in the grocery store looking at magazines while my parents shopped and I remember seeing the 9700pro on the front cover of maximum PC. Bought that magazine and have been obsessed ever since.
It's been good since the March fix. Prior to that was random black screens with no real rhythm and constantly fiddling with settings like freesync, relive, overlay, hardware acceleration in different apps. I don't mind the tinkering as an enthusiast but to say it hasn't been an issue is not true...
You and the others can keep making excuses. Random black screens ranging in frequency from once a week to almost daily are unacceptable for nearly 9 months after launch. Creating excuses for AMD does not help AMD. Fanboys do not keep AMD graphics alive. AMD needs market penetration with the...
In researching it, the Nvidia issue seems pretty minor in comparison to the navi black screen issues, and it seems like it was one bunk driver fixed by a following driver. Navi has had questionable drivers since the launch of the product.
You realize AMD acknowledges there were black screen...
Because you didn't have an issue doesn't mean it didn't exist.
Reddit and other forums were loaded with navi black screen/crashing issues. Changing sync settings, disabling relive, and adjusting other settings were all temp fixes, thankfully it has been fixed since ~Marchish but to say Navi was...
Yes, it will bottleneck it in the sense that you would achieve higher FPS with a faster CPU, especially in a game like CSGO which can hit north of 300fps.
Will you notice it?
Bump up your clock speed a touch and tighten ram timings and you'll be good to go.
Why doesn't ps5 support dx12 ultimate but xsx does? They have nearly the same specs. Did I miss something?
Also in regards to DLSS, 2.0 looks SUPER good and can deliver huge performance improvements. Very promising. I'd probably scoop a 2060 at ~300 over a 5600xt. 5700 flashed to XT at $300 is...
Looks looks super solid dude.
Keep an eye on the buildapcsales subreddit. I always see 2070 supers going for ~ 475 and have seen 2080 supers for ~625.
New parts coming out will not make your parts obsolete if you buy today, you can always use it for a bit and sell and drop in upgrade to ryzen...