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  1. NinkobEi

    Scam Citizen just trashed all of their code and started over

    I mean, wow. Even I didn't think it would be that bad. lol at the guys on this forum who spent a ton of money and kept defending them
  2. NinkobEi

    Ryzen 4c/8t benchmark

    comparing either to a 4 year old i5 or i7 and I think we'll see pretty similar results. everyone knows IPC has been stuck for a long time
  3. NinkobEi

    Ghost Recon Wildlands: Performance Analysis

    yet another poorly optimized ubisoft game
  4. NinkobEi

    About Intel price cut article that was deleted.

    hey say what you want about my posts, but at least they had entertaining content!
  5. NinkobEi

    About Intel price cut article that was deleted.

    oh yeah, don't say anything bad about star citizen. they get deleted and threads get closed
  6. NinkobEi

    Retailers slash prices already in response to the Ryzen threat

    Intel still has some +s like ECC support (AMD doesn't have this) which a lot of people find important, quad channel ram, thunderbolt 3, an iGPU on a lot of their processors, and I dunno - optane I guess? AMD is the better value though for sure
  7. NinkobEi

    Intel DX12 TechDemo - Asteroids

    Intel TechDemo: still a better game than Star Citizen :)
  8. NinkobEi

    OFFICIAL Elite: Dangerous

    looks like this game is adding lots of things that SC only dreams about
  9. NinkobEi

    Upgrading to Kaby lake

    here's a tip then: don't spend $324 on a motherboard
  10. NinkobEi

    Bethesda mentioning Radeon RX 490 8GB VRAM

    they already leaked the 5xx series so it makes little sense that they would go backwards
  11. NinkobEi

    Upgrading to Kaby lake

    its an okay deal sure. but if someone asked me if I would rather spend an extra $100 on a motherboard, or on a CPU, I'd say CPU every time. 7700k will give you a significant performance boost.
  12. NinkobEi

    RX 480 -- Less performance with OC?

    monitor your temps. increase the fan speed curve to make sure you arent getting too hot. increase the power limit to make sure your card is getting enough juice
  13. NinkobEi

    I7 3770k vs i7 7700k

    your own results showed an increase in FPS. I think at this point you are willfully ignoring your own evidence
  14. NinkobEi

    I7 3770k vs i7 7700k

    timings are going to be a little important as well as the amount of ram - 8gb is the new 4gb. In this specific situation, unless running a 144hz monitor I would say that you are right and ram will not make a difference. but the performance gain is greater than 0, so faster ram does affect gaming...
  15. NinkobEi

    Crimson 17.1.1 is out

    i left like 3 days ago quit dragging me back :)
  16. NinkobEi

    Is this PC good?

    its ok, i guess
  17. NinkobEi

    Crimson 17.1.1 is out

    nice try, guy! :wtf: i'm not gonna fall for the trap
  18. NinkobEi

    Crimson 17.1.1 is out

    I think he's just trying to bait some AMD-White Knight defender into a long drawn-out response
  19. NinkobEi

    I7 3770k vs i7 7700k

    er, the guy was talking about 3dmark scores. RAM certainly plays a part there
  20. NinkobEi

    I7 3770k vs i7 7700k

    The RAM is going to play at least a decent-sized part in that. 1600mhz ddr3 lacks a lot of bandwidth compared to DDR4.
  21. NinkobEi

    Crimson 17.1.1 is out

    another thing they suggested was to uninstall all gpu oc software. can reinstall later of course
  22. NinkobEi

    Crimson 17.1.1 is out

    maybe you need to use DDU first. I stopped having driver install problems ever since I started using that. and NVidia isn't without their own problems. amd looks very good by comparison right now
  23. NinkobEi

    Upgrading to Kaby lake

    your money would be much better spent by getting an i7 7700k and a less expensive motherboard
  24. NinkobEi

    Upgrading to Kaby lake

    328 for a motherboard seems a little high I think.. what are you going to do with the 4 PCIE slots anyway? Do you really need that?