The 1060 3 gig was hardly a good 10 series card is the problem - the 1070 ti I have is 8 gig and that extra ram and horsepower realllllly makes a difference.
A year and a half ago the 1060 6 gig was unworkable from user experiences I heard about while I was working in customer...
This is really the answer I assume since as others have pointed out that it is a big step up to the 3070 ti but it just so happens there are no games that I play that can take advantage of the added speed and higher image quality to make it worth it.
Bought a 3070 ti about 6+ months ago for around $900 back when prices were a bit nuts and I was blown away by just how little improvement there was to be had.
I originally bought the 3070 ti for a performance bump and the feature that allows you to stream video and it automatically puts in a...
Edit: primarily interested in air but aoi may be an option as I don't have an open loop.
I am not sure what the going rate is right now for these but let me know what you have and I'll check it out!
Local pick up Denver, CO greater area a possibility
GPU: willing to spend going rate, let's say...
Looking for $45 each set local pick up the DFW area but willing to discuss selling as a set and/or shipping.
Pictures upon request, it's just ram and I don't think there's anything physically wrong or scratches or anything like that
Recently tested and in good working order
Model info is...
I think this would be a good thing but just because a game can take advantage of sixteen threads doesn't mean the cpus with lower threads will perform worse. It likely just means the cpus with more threads will perform better.
Do you live near to a MicroCenter? They price match and you should go in and talk to someone in the build your own pc department, if so. You'll be able to get it new if you can fit it in your budget same day.
Otherwise you'll know what you need to do when you are done
Why would he lie about it? Wouldn't overclocking cache make the CPU run faster? I always assumed, seemingly incorrectly, when you OC the CPU that the cache would automatically be amped up as well.
I think this could be legit
Talent is great but brute forced R&D will always beat out trying to utilize tricky new technology.
Multiple-chip design may get better because AMD has signaled that they have tech to quickly communicate between chiplettes but that's not going to automatically make the technology viable.
AMD is and has been nothing but a novelty for fan boys for a while. Unless you're doing heavy OC work or doing some niche computational stuff the CPUs are still behind even the 9th gens for gaming.
Also, with no GPUs on-chip, the clear leader for business will always be Intel.
Same with AMD vs...
Automatic voltage regulation is what it means in UPS terms.
It's not perfect but it can stop dirty power or spikes from harming electronics. Usually it will come with insurance to replace bad parts as well