The long cord that runs through the case I could see introducing some noise. That isn’t out of the realm of possibility. But there is no motherboard that I know of that has a second sound card for the front panel.
So I just watched a Paul’s hardware video on YouTube and I had to come here and ask this question. According to Paul some motherboards front panel audio connection uses a different sound card. This sounds about the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. If a motherboard had dual audio chips I’m sure...
The guy above 100% wrong. It is definitely worth it to tighten the timings with ryzen. Hell, theY make a calculator for it. You only see a few percent differences in synthetic benchmarks, but in gaming it can be 20%+ in 1% lows.
I thought this was funny. Can you imagine how long it would take to copy all that from a dvd drive? I would bet a 100mbps connection would be faster.
i think i need to go a roll back (if i can). this new bios is really bad. ive seen r20 scores on my system as low as 4150. the thing that is really weird to me is that the single core score is still right above 500, normal.
You should be able to get 4800 all day long on a 3700x. When I was running 4.3 all core I would get 5100+.
The weird thing is my single core score is 500, about normal. It’s just the multi core that is down. All cores are boosting to 4.0 during the r20 run and temps are around 75c.
I like the idea of using one connector for the gpu. Anytime you can reduce the number of cables in the case I like it (I hate you rgb). But, it looks like they’re doing this to get more power to the gpu. Like 350w. So instead of having 2 x 8 pin and 1 x 6 pin they came up with a new connector...
it is some like a regular managed switch. It had a web interface and you can ssh. No controller is needed.
The unifi aps will still need a controller to setup. What I’m trying to say is there’s no unifi integration in edge os.
This is why I went edgerouter 4 and edgeswitch 16 with UniFi aps. I understand the need for a controller to manage aps, that’s kind of normal. But I don’t want to setup my switch and router with a controller.