Nice!18 slots. I will find more, now I know where to get some.
Not sure yet where its going, but might go AIO if it will work. Need to play a bit more to see what will work and what wont.
It is 1366 still, next step is to test both sockets and ram and see how i can modify a cheapo tower cooler. Want to pair a 1050 in there unless i can get the power supply situation sorted out.Nice!
AIO on 2011? It is possible, that would be epic, with some OC for the frequency and 2x 2080TI's. 😂
It’s not about results. It’s about feelings and opinions.This was posted as joke but it's still honestly a concern. If I hang onto my system for 5+ years who is to say the gap is still just 3 FPS in very demanding games?
Who is to say they're so close once the 1440P GPU bottlneck goes away?
Exactly. AMD has a very buggy product out that’s still sticking it to Intel yet some updates later, I reckon AMD will be really good.And Windows/Game optimisations to allow related workloads to execute on the same chiplet, preventing that extra round-robin via the infinity fabric.
That last part I'd actually be excited to see.It’s not about results. It’s about feelings and opinions.
The AMD hype train is in full swing and people are getting onboard because Intel no longer has an outright and clear advantage.
Give AMD some BIOS and driver updates and watch them make up that 3 FPS.
That last part I'd actually be excited to see.
A little bit of an overclock to get the ghz back up and a WIndows patch or two and you'll see 5% gains across the board I reckonGaming benchmark changes was a bit more varied in terms of results, particularly because we saw some larger degradations. The main reason here is that some titles while being multi-threaded, have only a limited number of threads. In these titles and situations where we’re not just purely bound by performance of a single large thread, it’s likely that we’re seeing the CPU clock slightly lower in the new release BIOS compared to what we tested originally. Our results were also consistent across multiple runs in this regard, so this isn't an artifact of normal run-to-run variation.
Hmm. The prospect of getting something once B540 hits (or whatever the cheap version of X570 will be) is starting to look juicier.
A little bit of an overclock to get the ghz back up and a WIndows patch or two and you'll see 5% gains across the board I reckon