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  1. Probably wont be here till Monday now at which point I will be flying to Cairns so hopefully My pc will survive the journey and I can finally play with the new toys. I have been helping someone here who recently upgraded form a 2666 kit at 3200c17 to a 3200c14 kit only to find there CPU was slower. Even overclocking to 3800c16 wasn't enough but after tweaking the sub timings they are now out in front but it's looking like a large part of the performance gap is due to the new kits being single rank. https://www.overclock.net/forum/18051-memory/1715114-getting-lower-scores-benchmarks-higher-speed-ram.html Edit: It has arrived. To my surprise not only did it post at my previous OC it ran timespy and the performance increase on my 6700k was 3.5% with 4 sticks vs two at 3733c16. https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/5308339/spy/5285465 FF XIV benchmark is ~8% faster both in FPS and load times. FINAL FANTASY XIV: Stormblood Benchmark 4x8GB 3733c16 Score: 23873 =8.1% Average Frame Rate: 173.706 =7.9% Total Loading Time 14.321 sec =7.8% 2x8GB 3733c16 Score: 22067 Average Frame Rate: 160.893 Total Loading Time 15.445 sec Company of Heroes 2 4x8GB 3733c16 ms to load,22201 =6% ms to play,45207 average fps,102.437035 =6.4% minimum fps,63.936062 =5.7% maximum fps,156.530411 2x8GB 3733c16 ms to load,23548 ms to play,45201 average fps,96.235649 minimum fps,60.455894 maximum fps,140.578262 Still to come Xcom 2 Farcry 5 F1 2018 Forza 4 Ghost Recon Assassin's Creed Odyssey Arma III X-Plane CIV VI Kingdom Come Deliverance
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    Parts Guide

    There fanless to 40% load and virtually silent with the fan operating under 800RPM up to about 70% load.
  3. For any 2x8gb kits basically anything that calculates out to over 210 when you divide the frequency by the cas is probably b die as other chips just cant reach that speed reliably. With 2x16gb kits b die is more common at lower speeds. Although there may be some 3466 c16 kits that are d die or something. I believe anything 220+ is definitely b die and 240+ is a high bin of b die I don't follow any lists but google brings up a bunch that may show some lower binned kits. Trouble with lists is the likes of Corsair releases several revisions of the same model RAM each with a different model chip.
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    Parts Guide

    I have updated some of the Whirlpool wiki a bit more recently if you want a look over whats changed. https://whirlpool.net.au/wiki/rmp_sg_whirlpoolpcs
  5. Here is another of there reviews where there running 4 sticks vs two sticks https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/adata-xpg-spectrix-d80-liquid-cool-ddr4-3600-kit,5663.html If somebody here has a standard 3200c16 or 3000c15 kit that could take a screenshot with ASRock Timing Configurator ver:4.0.3 https://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z170 OC Formula/index.us.asp#Download Then I could run a test at that speed with correct sub timings for comparison.
  6. Curiosity got the better of me when newegg sent me a $30 discount ontop of there black Friday sale and so I have picked up a second kit of Samsung b die (3200c14 Flare X $244) 4 single rank kits should provide the same performance benefits as a 2x16GB dual rank kit but with a good MB 4x8GB can hit higher clock speeds. I was also tempted to play with a ITX 2600 system but wised up in time as all in all it would have cost as much as a RTX 2080 or a G-Sync monitor which would help my gaming rig much more than anything else. Back on topic so when the new kit arrives I will be running a bunch of detailed tests to see what effect it has since nobody else out there has done a good job of it yet as far as I can see. Toms hardware had a crack but its a bit short on details like what sub timings each kit had
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    AMD RX Vega announcement.

    There about as power hungry as my GTX480 which I tossed in along side the GTX1070 the other day to test as a physics card.
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    AMD RX Vega announcement.

    15% increase in clock speed 20% increase in power use so it now uses more than 1080ti and twice as much as the 1060 10% increase in performance Making it tied with fury x for the worst performance per watt card currently available sure seems like the new 12 nm FinFET process is a bit of a turd other than the 20% increase in clock speed. https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/XFX/Radeon_RX_590_Fatboy/33.html
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    Home Server advice

    8th gen NUC have gone quad core now which should help with the security camera processing.
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    AMD RX Vega announcement.

    So does the 580 https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/RX_580_Mech_2/31.html I guess 590 will just beat the 1060 in a few more games than 580 did. Wonder what this will do for its power use overclockability and price
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    AMD Zen

    Hopefully that's not just under specific workloads due to something like the addition of avx512 that only some programs can make use of. If its General IPC improvement and if they can squeeze some higher clocks out of 7nm things are looking good.
  12. Your right they now have a 1 day sale on the ThinkPad E585 $949 It has a 2500U, 15.6" screen, 256G PCI-E SSD.
  13. Here we go finally found a AMD option seems there is very few available in AU for some reason AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Quad core with AMD Radeon Vega 8 Graphics $764.1 14.0" FHD IPS (1920x1080) AntiGlare 8GB(4+4) DDR4 2400MHz SODIMM 128GB Solid State Drive PCIe OPAL2.0 M.2 2242 (16GT/s) https://www.lenovo.com/au/en/laptops/thinkpad/thinkpad-edge/ThinkPad-E485/p/20KUCTO1WWENAU0 2700u model with a 15.6" display and a 1tb HDD in addition to the SSD $944 https://www.lenovo.com/au/en/laptops/thinkpad/thinkpad-edge/ThinkPad-E585/p/22TP2TEE585 Unfortunately these deals end today
  14. These are worth a look with about 3x the GPU power https://www.metabox.com.au/store/Gaming-Laptops/Alpha-Range/Buy https://www.dell.com/en-au/shop/dell-laptops/inspiron-15-7000-gaming/spd/inspiron-15-7567-laptop/z511270au
  15. Main thing you will notice for basic use is the size and quality of the SSD. For any modern games you really want a quad core and a half decent GPU Which laptops are you looking at exactly?