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Dasa

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  1. Dasa

    Hyper Case DM-01

    Looking forward to it.
  2. Dasa

    Hyper Case DM-01

    Better make it quick the forum shuts down on the 11th.
  3. Dasa

    Your old rigs

    Moved my build log over to OCAU so it is not lost. https://forums.overclockers.com.au/threads/project-darkling-older-build-logs.1283454/ Those forums can be a little quiet at times to though and always seems to have some fanatical fanboys so I spend a lot of time in the tech section over at whirpool where there is a abundance of noobs in need of help. There is also a option for a dark OCAU theme in the lower left corner. Some of you may enjoy this thread over at OCAU. "Tight & Lazy"... The Ghetto Mod Thread I rather like this fanless cooling tower from it Also keep a eye on the memory section here. https://www.overclock.net/forum/18051-memory/
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    Your old rigs

    Still running water but been through a few changes since then. Also made a new bench for the system out of a slab of Redgum which is just a tad nicer. Although it doesn't always look that neat.
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    Your old rigs

    From back around 2002\3 2.4c, 9700NP, BH5 RAM, Raid0 74GB raptors I believe and the PSU 3.3v line was vmoded to 3.7v to allow extra juice to OC the RAM. Edit: The Raptors went released till 2004 so this must be a more recent picture maybe just before I upgraded in 2004\5 so the CPU could be 3.2E or Pentium mobile with a socket adapter. From memory the 9700 NP was overclocked from 275MHz to 415MHz with a vmod.
  6. Reviews are out and one that I found of interest was this look into the Intel ring bus and how latency with the cut down 10600 could be affected. https://www.anandtech.com/show/15785/the-intel-comet-lake-review-skylake-we-go-again/4
  7. Your welcome. Tech is a passion so I enjoy following the hardware and I have more free time than most which makes it easier to pass on. I have a bit of involvement in the whirlpool parts wiki if your looking for another parts guide in the future even if it doesn't look as nice it still has some good info. https://whirlpool.net.au/wiki/rmp_sg_whirlpoolpcs
  8. Guess I wont be doing another update to the parts guide here. Shame the forum is dead as it is still the sexiest forum out there with the black background and colored text options. And then there is the people... some of the few that are left really know there shit.
  9. I never looked at that weighting BS even before they changed it as it was always BS no matter how it is weighted you are better to just look at the performance at each core level which are the figures I posted above.
  10. 3600 $299 vs 10400F\ $299-339 < 3 runs on the same system two at 2133 one at 3600c18 AMD ~0-6% faster https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-5-3600-vs-Intel-Core-i5-10400/4040vs4073 3700X $529 vs 10600KF\K $449\499 <Decent system 3600c18 RAM Intel 8-10% faster up to 4 cores AMD 4% faster at 8 cores and 26% faster with multithreading. https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-7-3700X-vs-Intel-Core-i5-10600K/4043vs4072 3700X $529 vs 10700KF\K $699\749 <HP system Intel 3-15% Faster https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-7-3700X-vs-Intel-Core-i7-10700K/4043vs4070 3900X $779 vs 10900KF\K $899\999 <A Decent system with 3600c18 RAM and another with 2400 Intel 14-18% faster 1-8 threads AMD 3% faster MT https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-9-3900X-vs-Intel-Core-i9-10900K/4044vs4071 3950X $1299 is the same but 36% faster MT. I know userbenchmark has some BS on there sites but these % numbers above should be accurate despite that. If anything they show AMD in a more favorable light as the benchmark is not overly sensitive to latency although it still sees a bigger change from core\memory latency than Cinebench
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    AMD Zen

    3100 and 3300X are out and look to trade blows with the old 7700K https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3581-amd-ryzen-3-3300x-cpu-review-vs-3100-clock-for-clock 3100 is 2x2 while 3300x is 4x1 both have 8 threads and the same total cache. With both CPU overclocked to the same frequency it looks like the 3100 performs very close to the 3300X in something like Cinbench but still falls well behind in games which I guess is due to the inter core latency.
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    Navi Confirmed: 2019

    Looks like Radeon VII does really well in Resident evil 3 performing close to 2080 super despite only being at stock clocks so once overclocked it would smoke the 2080 super. 1080Ti also does fairly well in this game. 5700XT however is sitting between 2070 and 2070 super which is a fairly average result for it. This seems to suggest the game is heavier on GPU aspects other than the shaders like memory bandwidth.
  13. Dasa

    AMD Zen

    It would be fun but any AMD CPU would be a downgrade from my 7700K@4.9GHz for the games I play so I just cant justify it. I'm thinking Ryzen 4000 can be my last DDR4 platform.
  14. Dasa

    AMD Zen

    CPU-Z benchmark here indicates it works for this person buy I have seen some people claim no difference on forums. It should only work with loads that are only making use of a few cores. ~150MHz difference is within margin of error for a lot of performance benchmarks.
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    AMD Zen

    Seems I am a bit late finding this so no doubt most of you already know about it 1usmus Custom Power Plan for Ryzen 3000 Zen 2 Processors
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