Those were just the specs of the said tests/benchmarks for comparison. I didn't read anything about specifications other than the giant picture. Anyways I went through about 7 models and they all supported 1tb of ram (including some silvers). I could find all of them in ark except the bronze...
Install esxi on it. It's easy and effective. Then make vm's with 2-4 cores test on those vm's. Break em, build em, destroy em, do it all over again. Install an ssd for the ones that you are going to destroy often.
If you are a business you generally buy these by mfg part #. Those generally range from 3 year nbd to windows pro, etc. It's also an easy way to compare prices between retailers.
Can you post the mfg part number (also known as series / item model number)?
My biggest mistake is playing td2 at release, I think one of things that saved me in td1 was waiting multiple updates before buying it. NOTHING irritates me more than "constant balances"
*1.1k hours in td1*
*100 hours in td2*
Honestly, while I disagree with you about the game. The xbox PC game pass is a good way to play the game.
The xbox game pass has gotten better (as in a wider audiences). Frostpunk, gears, metro exodus, outer worlds, FFXV, Halo, Plague Tale, etc.
Oh I agree. I'd make a threadripper for the professional workstation. I'd market it under the Epyc brand and support rd ram (aka single xeon processor workstations). Decide if it needs to support the full memory channel width. The final thing is charge as much as they do for Epyc's.
As far as I know, no 64gb udimms exist.
That said the factual limit is 256 (until 64gb udimms are released, if they get released) unless amd releases a bios that changes rd ram support.
According to all the mobo manufacturer's website none of the trx40 mobo's support rd dimms (at least the...
I have an Intel i9 7940x 14 core or Ryzen 3900x 12 core for sale/trade.
7940x 575 shipped (will be with original packaging, IS NOT DELIDDED)
x299 Carbon Pro AC 100 shipped if purchased with 7940x - board will not be sold until the 7940x goes (if it goes). This is a pretty used board and has...
I've had the x570 master for awhile. It works fine. I did have some issue's at first, it's super, super picky about memory timings.
One time it wouldn't turn on, had to reset the bios. Thought it died, hit the bios reset again and removed power.
A couple times it...
Thing is, if you look at most current generations, memory clocks are generally static. Some deviate, but the vast majority of memory speeds are stock. While some of that was true in the past, it's most certainly not true at this time. Also rarely (if at all?) did they deviate by 17 percent.
Ultimately, I haven't seen many base cards at the 280 price point. That might be because of hard release with few cards, retooling (like hey we should update firmware before we send these out), etc.
The fact is this launch is kinda weird. People having to update bios's is kind of a fail in...