Am I reading this wrong? All the reviews for the Ryzen 3 1200AF on NewEgg seem to for the Ryzen 5 1600AF.
They're not the same product or SKU of course so how are these reviews "Verified"?
My first purchased SSD in 2008 or 2009 was a 60GB OCZ Vertex. The original. Still have it today and still works wonderfully. Also have a Vertex 2, 3 and many other SSDs all working well. Out of the 12 or so I've purchased for personal use, I've only had 1 fail. It was a PNY drive I got from Best...
If you're still using a quad core, I would hands down recommend upgrading. If you're on 6 cores or more already, it becomes more situational if it makes sense to upgrade.
I don't fit the title perfectly but wanted to provide my experience as I feel it's still pretty applicable. Upgraded from a...
OP that chair is only rated for 300 lbs so you'd be taking a gamble on that alone. I also second the point about leather chairs and starting to deteriorate within a couple years time. Of course it's all relative to how often they're used but many of us are working from home now and our desks and...
I wonder if the extra VRAM on the GTS would give it the edge over an 8800GT in today's games. I actually have the rare 112SP 8800GTS SSC which was even faster and on the heels of 8800GTX. Come to think of it I have 9800GT laying around too. Would be interesting to see.
I see. This is a basic guide but may be useful.
I haven't set it up before myself but my company uses it and I know clientside is just login with your email and go
The 3600 or 3600X will certainly help with minimums in BF5. Your max and avg probably won't increase a lot since you just have a 5700XT. I would upgrade the CPU no matter what as a 4770K will hold you back more and more as time goes on.
My brother had a Vega 64 FE and that thing was a furnace. It definitely throttled until he manually adjusted the fan curve and watched his temps. My Sapphire Nitro+ is overclocked and 50% power limit increase and stays at a chilly 65-67C. The stock blowers are just not good at keeping temps down...
They were $449 MSRP on release and over 50% faster than 7900GTX on average. Sometimes they were over 100% faster. Comparatively, the 2080 was $700 MSRP on release and what a measly 10% faster than 1080TI at best?
The 8800GTS offered a lot of performance for the $$$.