I want to create a build that is lightning fast for simple tasks like web browsing and Microsoft Office. What it does NOT need to be able to do is any kind of gaming, video editing and so on.
This is the configuration I had in mind:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600G
RAM: 16 GB DDR4 3200 MHz (2 x 8 GB) -...
Today I finally put in the order for an interim upgrade of my old desktop PC (based on an Asus PRIME B350-PLUS AM4 motherboard with an 8-core Ryzen 1700 "Zen" 14nm CPU with 8 GB of memory). So I will soon enjoy 16-core Ryzen 5950X "Zen 3" N7 goodness. Thanks to AMD for the amazing AM4 platform...
I'm trying to decide about a mobo for Ryzen 7 5800x.
I want reliability and stability more than high performance.
I'm not a gamer, I just want to run a few VMs in parallel with Docker and various databases, do software development.
No CPU intensive workloads running a lot of time...
This is via Newegg's eBay storefront:
1) You must be an eBay member, and have the eBay mobile app installed. There is currently a promo running until 1PM PST with a (coupon...
Hello, I don't know which mobo get for my Ryzen. I've been looking those that are withing my budget:
- ASRock X370 Killer (mainly).
- ASUS X370 Prime Pro (this one would be kinda out of my budget, but can do an effort if its worth, I saw really easy OC on the forum with an user using a program...
Consider the following:
1) CPUs used to do the work of GPUs. We can see from the evolution of the discreet GPU the advantages of having them separate:
a) nimbleness – upgrade GPU without having to upgrade CPU/board
b) more chip space – more space to use for transistors from having separate...