I have a Dell Optiplex 790 that has been modified for gaming. The HDD bays on the bottom were removed to allow installation of GPUs longer than 9". The PSU has been upgraded from the original 300W to a modular EVGA 1000 G3 80+ Gold. I also updated the BIOS to the most recent version, A22 and...
Intel CPUs Since Haswell Vulnerable to "Zombieload v2" Attacks, "Cascade Lake" Included
Hi there. Considering a day to day PC usage as 98% browsing and watching movies, are there any valid reasons to upgrade from an older CPU like let's say second gen Core processors like Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge or AMD Phenom II / FX to newer ones? Will Windows use some specially optimized...
I see this demand a lot here on the forum for advice on how to build a low budget machine for gaming purposes mainly and I want to offer my experience as maybe not all the users have the necessary knowledge or experience, or they have been out of the hardware arena for some time. I know some...
Intel GPUs with ray tracing will ship to market in 2020 ! There will be products for both spaces : desktop and datacenter.
If you intend to build a system and Photoshop use is what you do, watch this comparison first.
I think the 9600k would be the sweet spot cpu to be here, just 3% behind 2700x...
I am finding myself a lot of times in movement and I would like to have a tablet to watch stuff, like YouTube or something else. I have a subscription to Curiosity stream. I would like a nice tablet, maybe 7-8". Recommendations?
Thinking of changing system, to either ryzen g or older i5/i7, how much would my present platform go for?
Asus Prime Z270 A
2 x 4 GB 2133 DDR4 RAM
256 GB Toshiba XG6 NVME drive
750W 80+ Bronze PSU
Win 10 Home license tied to motherboard
I am getting a Vega 64, the Asus version with 3 fans and custom pcb. This thing https://www.asus.com/us/Graphics-Cards/ROG-STRIX-RXVEGA64-O8G-GAMING/
Is there anything that i should know about Vega in general? I heard something like it doesn't play well with other cards in the same system, even...
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