That one then lol. I have paid little attention to w10 outside of the disaster updates every few months and refuse to use it until I have no other option for games. I got W7 running on Zen+ so Zen2/3 won't be too hard either.Why not LTSC? LTSB is limited to really old nvidia drivers.
If I'm lucky I play once or twice a month, so not a biggie to swap but I get where you are coming from. Main issue is certain software I need to use that may or may not be compatible (prem pro, paintshop pro, etc).That sounds like a hassle if you're a gamer. Linux needs Vulkan to take off in a big way but that isn't happening.
I have been using LTSC for about a year. Works fine for my workstation PC but I’m planning on regular W10 Pro for my gaming build.That one then lol. I have paid little attention to w10 outside of the disaster updates every few months and refuse to use it until I have no other option for games. I got W7 running on Zen+ so Zen2/3 won't be too hard either.
I assume there will eventually be a Geforce driver cutoff point like LTSB and I don’t wanna have to deal with that. Also getting LTSC activated is more of a pain in the ass, even if you purchase a key, and is sort of a grey area if that’s legit.Uh oh.. why not use it for gaming? Not so good?
...but at some point I just got tired of trying to fight the man and joined the 99.9% of people who have other things to care about.
Considering his dislike of Nvidia, it shouldn't surprise anyone:Nice build. Didn't say what GPU. Would be interested to know if he went Nvidia or AMD.
from the linked article in the linked article (ZDnet is annoying) said:While games and artificial intelligence and machine learning developers care deeply about graphics, video and image processing doesn't interest Torvalds much. He used:
"Some random Sapphire RX580 graphics card. It's overkill for what I do (desktop use, no games)."