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Comment reply on Forum Topic "[Addition] Ryzen 9 3950X"

  • 5 months ago
  • 2 points

The Ryzen 3000 series is not out yet but that didn't stop them from listing them. Search for the 3900X or the 3600X. They're there. This should be there as well.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "[Addition] NCASE M1"

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

I already searched and I disagree as do others. I am sad that you would not seriously reconsider this stance.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Please Add Ryzen 3rd Gen CPU's"

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

You have the 3900X listed incorrectly as having a 4.4 GHz boost. It's actually a 4.6 GHz boost.

https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-9-3900x

CC: https://pcpartpicker.com/forums/topic/321069-correction-amd-ryzen-9-3900x

Comment reply on PCPartPicker Blog Post "NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Benchmarks"

  • 14 months ago
  • 2 points

Paying at Titan prices for only 80 Ti performance like a brand zealot. ;) Compared to last gen’s launch prices (not current, mind you), 80 Ti is now in the Titan price bracket, the 80 is in the 80 Ti, and the 70 is in the 80. Meanwhile, the RTX 2080 is basically an overclocked GTX 1080 Ti at best with prices significantly higher. Don’t get me wrong: my GTX 1080 Ti was amazing for the price. You naturally expect, however, next gen products to always offer more performance per dollar than their predecessors. It has been that way for the last decade at least—until now and RTX 2000 series, that is, which is giving you basically the same or less performance at the same price points.

Comment reply on PCPartPicker Blog Post "NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Benchmarks"

  • 14 months ago
  • 11 points

Agreed. 80 Ti performance jump, Titan prices. Compared to the last gen’s launch prices, they effectively moved the 80 Ti tier to the Titan’s price point and the 80 tier to the 80 Ti’s price point. Well, when there is literally no competition from AMD up top, they have free reign. However, practically every next generation release for the last decade has consistently offered a better price-to-performance ratio— until now and the RTX 2000 series, that is, which is giving you basically the same or less performance at the same price points. This just makes me happier at this point I got a GTX 1080 Ti at $525 many months ago. Given how bad the state of the high-end is, this generation is just so forgettable.

Comment reply on jtrias21's Completed Build: Freedom Wings NCASE M1 Air Mk. III

  • 14 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks for the quick reply. Greatly appreciated. :)

Comment reply on Pazaz's Completed Build: Littlefoot

  • 15 months ago
  • 2 points

Will do on the memory! Infinity Fabric loves fast memory since its speed is derived from the memory and it will operate faster with faster memory.

Comment reply on Pazaz's Completed Build: Littlefoot

  • 15 months ago
  • 2 points

Hmm... If I got the successor to the 2700X, do you think it would probably be okay at stock if I just rely on its single core boost for the high single-threaded/single core performance? I only care about high clocks when it comes to a single-thread netting more frames in emulation like Cemu and Dolphin. The multi-core performance is already more than sufficient.

Comment reply on Pazaz's Completed Build: Littlefoot

  • 15 months ago
  • 2 points

Clever name! I see you are paying homage to those retro AMD codenames that reference The Land Before Time like Chomper? ;)

Is 1.35V CPU voltages asking probably too much if I switch to the DAN A4-SFX? I have a Ryzen 7 1700 at 3.9 GHz and 1.35V, on the same motherboard as yours, that stays under 80 degrees in my RVZ02. The big difference, however, is I am currently using a ID-COOLING IS-60 with a Delta Electronics AFC1212D 120x120x25mm Cooling Fan, 3400 RPM, 113.11 CFM, flipped to exhaust out (default would be intake). I would like to get either the Cryorig C7 CU or Dan's newly unveiled Black Ridge CPU cooler and put my system in a DAN A4-SFX v3, maintaining my OC configuration. I may need to drop the clocks down to 1.275V (I believe that is where my 3.8 GHz stable OC was at last I checked), though. I would really like to keep my OC up where it is given the lack of XFR for a high single-core boost.

Comment reply on jtrias21's Completed Build: Freedom Wings NCASE M1 Air Mk. III

  • 15 months ago
  • 1 point

Quick newbie question: How do you hook your CPU cooler fans into your motherboard? Is there a Y-splitter for that? If so, what is the product link? Thanks!

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