The Intel Skylake-X Review: Core i9 7900X, i7 7820X and i7 7800X Tested
Now should we call these "bad chips for gaming"?
From a power consumption perspective, Intel isn't as efficient as AMD at the moment. It will be really interesting how the 16 core Threadripper vs 18 Core i9-X fares out!
Source: Radeon's Open-Source Linux GPU Driver Has Nearly Caught Up With Windows' Driver - Phoronix
The open source driver has turned great honestly.
If you're on a bleeding edge distribution, you don't need to worry about X.org breaking anything.
If you're on a normal distribution...
I use a Intel i5-2500K + nVidia GTX 1060 in my primary system. And, an AMD A8-3870K + Radeon HD 6950 in my secondary system.
I'm running nVidia 381.22 driver on Arch Linux.
The issues I'm facing:
1) Alt + Print Screen (for only current Window screenshot) saves with weird colours. Print Screen...
The electricity which comes to your home, your AC supply is a pure sinusoid wave.
But there are two types of UPS in the market:
1) Pure Sinewave UPS: which produce pure sinusoid AC.
2) Stepped Sinewave UPS or Modified Sinewave UPS: which produce an 'approximate' sinusoid AC.
yea, the forum.
I'm back. Permanently.
So, what are the issues?
I want to say sorry for locking 'the Off-topic thread', it did kill the forum afterall. :(
I think we should reduce the number of sections. Large sections worked when we had traffic, now we don't. We have too many subforums.
so, IGN is reporting RX 480's price has been decreased.
Radeon RX 480 has its price decreased in India - Technolog
who all are the good sellers now? I've been out of touch with hardware.
I will be upgrading from HD 6950 2 GB.
i5-2500K @ 4.2 Ghz still good to go?
Still non-K series processor and Z chipset?
Anyone working with it? Give me names of motherboard and processor.
Last time when I checked, apart from fooling K series users, Intel made a mickey out of early i7-3930K and X users as well.
It appears to be a good laptop. Has a Full HD screen and a 6th Generation i7 processor.
Just when I was about to pull the trigger, I realised it's a dual-core i7-6500U . :( Can I haz a quad-core with a Full HD screen in 70K? DVD Writer is a must so that I can chuck it off for a SSD.