Noctua NH AM4 ordered ;)
Because a sub-100€ board lacks RGB LEDs to rival a landing strip and plastic/aluminium covering parts of the board?
But even those above that...
Yeah, but below Premium-VD :p
My bet is the enterprise/industrial sector, like they were proposed to.
Right, not being a GAMING COMANCHE takes all the wow factor nowadays :laugh:
Yes, because you'll need to justify that +1500€ build with something more than low price-performance ratio, a few VMs and a housefire :p...
You'd think that by now, after all these years, they would have invested in more mirrors and/or hosting capacity :)
Also, while I tried to reply...
Good thing I need to upgrade first, no urge to go crazy over this :p
Unless they are going to refine netburst this time, like they did with P6 until now :p
I think something new would more likely.
EDIT: Intel Core...
@FordGT90Concept Pretty much, but like bygone days, Intel still has a strong marketing effect and it is still considered a "household" brand....
When was the last one? o_O
A board for which the least I would have to pay is ~250€ and up to 500€+ (AGAIN, like the X99) and it isn't fully-featured.
The i5/i7 bears no...
Unless you're looking at stores really close to you, there are ASRock AM4 boards here. Granted, stock might be scarce, but they are listed :)
That isn't a very even comparison, the Win10 version isn't even the same :confused:
EDIT: By which I mean, Intel is bringing very little to the table, considering AMD is going to stick to schedule. They could just sell at a...
That is an old ASUS feature that goes way back to the Pentium4/Athlon64 days...back then as AI Booster, IIRC.
I used it...it was hit-or-miss....
18TB RAID 60 says "Hi".
Rigidity means something has to provide some dampening to what the fan will produce as vibration in the blade hub -> Axle -> Shaft -> Frame...if...
Is the body-parts-sold-in-the-black-market vs. performance ratio on these better than Intel's 2066 parts?
If it is, I'm in.
Stuff and shit, how you doin'?
Pretty much this on a whole new level
Kingston swaped internals with the 300gen of SSDNow line of drives, without warning while still advertising the original configuration...
Heck Yeah! :peace:
Bubble chip :)
So, more or less what happened with bulldozer (disabling core parking patch). :oops: Good on AMD to optimize it for everyone this easily
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