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6 hours ago, Psychotic Ninja said:

Oh, you want classics? I'll give you classics.

 

 

 

Not classic enough, I expect better!

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2 hours ago, Psychotic Ninja said:

 

wow that brings me back

Steam: Annie
Discord: Annie#6365

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I'm so happy that annie and pn were able to finally put aside their differences and revel in boomer nostalgia

"You don't get to bring friends."

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45 minutes ago, Im_CIA said:

I'm so happy that annie and pn were able to finally put aside their differences and revel in boomer nostalgia

We've been on friendly terms for like a year now.

Steam: Annie
Discord: Annie#6365

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Well, I finally got around to getting everything on my system overclocked to the limit...

 

Ryzen 5 3600: 4.2GHz all-core at 1.35v (this is nowhere near its limit, this is a safe overclock)

G.Skill Ripjaws V RAM: super tight timings at 3600cl16

5700 XT: Reference cooler, but overclocked to "on-par" with top-end custom watercooled models

 

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/26754278

Edited by BTGBullseye (see edit history)

bi ti ʤi ˈbulzaɪ

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2 hours ago, BTGBullseye said:

Well, I finally got around to getting everything on my system overclocked to the limit...

 

Ryzen 5 3600: 4.2GHz all-core at 1.35v (this is nowhere near its limit, this is a safe overclock)

G.Skill Ripjaws V RAM: super tight timings at 3600cl16

5700 XT: Reference cooler, but overclocked to "on-par" with top-end custom watercooled models

 

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/26754278

 

what made you go with AMD?

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23 hours ago, kerdios said:

what made you go with AMD?

A couple reasons...

 

1. Less expensive for both the motherboard, and the CPU.

2. Better multithreading performance than all but the top-end Intel offerings.

3. Better single-core performance than all but the top-end Intel offerings.

4. PCIe 4.0 capability.

5. Runs at a lower temperature.

6. All AMD processors are unlocked by default, so you can overclock them.

7. Includes a very decent stock CPU cooler.

8. Uses a socket design that will allow me to upgrade for a long time.

9. They actually change their processors between generations, so you aren't buying the same processor 4 times in a row.

10. The 3rd Gen Ryzen processors have incredibly good memory controllers, so you get the best performance out of less expensive (yet still high quality) RAM.

 

Those just slightly tip the balance towards AMD right now.

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This be here AMD country boyh

"You don't get to bring friends."

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you heard it here first folks, the deed is in.

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"We don't call them loot boxes", they're 'surprise mechanics'" - EA

 

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