The GPU shortage was supposed to be because people were selling off the current stock to clear inventories.
Beat Saber is fun, but the most impressive thing ive seen so far remains google earth in vr.
They keep adding hardware to them, once they've fixed the tracking etc they'll look at shrinking them again. They should get down to about half...
I keep hearing the pump noise is annoying so i've stuck with noctua air coolers, latest one is £95 which is silly expensive.
You'll probably need to add new ram as well.
I saw the 4950x for £669 as well but a google review check said some people received empty boxes and had to go through hassle to get it fixed.
Does the ram speed matter much if i dont plan to overclock? I'm looking at getting a 3950x.
Is the define c just a smaller define r7? I want the plainess and silence of the r7 but i dont need that much room for hard drives.
I couldn't afford the 5280k at the time and got the 4770k, thinking of going from that to a 3950x.
It just seems to be expected because AMD will have some actual competition for them this time.
The tesselation on the water mesh was very low compared to everything else.
Would i be right assuming if you want a new gpu on or near its release date you need to pre-order?
You would not believe how long it took me to work out that hint, derp.
Im still on the Intel4770k, deciding between a 3950x in next few weeks, or wait for 4950x. I'm guessing the gap between 3950x and 4950x will be...
Games feel slow at less than 60fps, it's enough to detect a delay between player input and the screen reacting.
The new gpu chipsets are supposed to use ML cores for realtime data unpacking.
I dont see the reason for all the complaining, anyone who buys into Ryzen now is only going to get 1 generation...the 4000 series needs a new...
Hopefully AMD have an actual competitor now and NVidia will have to charge sensible prices.
Why would Intel bother, they routinely change sockets.
I've been seeing mention of memory latency issues with the AMD cpus, are games lagging or is it purely something that slows down benchmarks...
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