What CPU is Intel coming out with this year, or even next year for gaming ? Other than the 9990KF or KS or whatever. The new Zen2 coming out in a month should equal or beat that 9900KS, and run cooler, and require less of a heatsink, etc.is it worth waiting for upcoming intel cpu for gaming pc
His other thread he was going on about wanting a 4k 60fps experience in BF and in Metro. I had mentioned in that thread already what he would have to prioritize his usages and pick from that. My recommendation was if he was mostly gaming. The other threads main op mainly was on about gaming but after recommendations he mentioned video editing.
Yeah he has his 2500k locked down with no overclocking. In his other thread he had even asked about bottlenecking with the 1660ti on that i5. So idk if he is deliberating between saving money,putting more into the cpu then gpu or what. I wouldn't care about bottlenecking on the i5 if i had real plans of upgrading the cpu anyways.@mopardude87
At that point it's going to depend on the software, and how well that 1600 stacks up against his overclocked 2500k (assuming he OCs the 1600 as well). It should fare pretty well, given stronger cores (but lower clocks), twice as many cores, and SMT. If he wants 60 fps .1% frametimes @4k, he needs a pretty beefy card. 1660Ti won't get him there.
Yes, we should all have a cheap machine with nothing important on it for everyday internet use.UEFI can be hacked though. Once that happens, unless you have dual UEFI and can boot from the other and clean the infected UEFI somehow, the board is scrap.
True. The point is that you can no longer be sure that an infected machine is one wipe/reinstall away from working properly. Used to be people were worried that HDD firmware could be corrupted, but it turns out, it's your motherboard that is vulnerable to permanent infection. Maybe if you have secure boot active all the time, you will be safe.Yes, we should all have a cheap machine with nothing important on it for everyday internet use.
You can't go through life afraid to cross the street every day.
64 is not enough for TR2 ?to be honest im going with the next new enthusiast class cpu which will give at least 96 pci-e lanes.
I dont care if its AMD or Intel.... as long as it has 96 PCI-E Lanes....
Overclocks? meh.... u dont need overclocks , they all clock near the same.... you however NEED PCI-E LANES!
PCI-E Lanes is the next Prime32 benchmark... you can laugh at people with 24, smirk at 44, but when someone floors you with 96 lanes, you can only say OMG..
We have this technology nowadays, called "Virtual Machines". (Edit: And likewise, Sandboxes. Even MS provides this feature in Windows 10 version 1903 now.)Yes, we should all have a cheap machine with nothing important on it for everyday internet use.
But it's a good idea to LOOK BOTH WAYS before crossing. Which is more than I can say for some people (immersed in their phone playing P.Go., etc.)You can't go through life afraid to cross the street every day.
Funny you should mention that. Sidechannel attacks can break into/out of VMs, which is one of the things that makes them so deadly . . . and why server room admins care the most about such attacks.We have this technology nowadays, called "Virtual Machines".
The cheap machine has a cheap mobo. If you can't get rid of the germs, recycle the mobo.True. The point is that you can no longer be sure that an infected machine is one wipe/reinstall away from working properly. Used to be people were worried that HDD firmware could be corrupted, but it turns out, it's your motherboard that is vulnerable to permanent infection. Maybe if you have secure boot active all the time, you will be safe.
Someone using an Intel CPU exploit to bring a motherboard would be a worst-case scenario that I have yet to hear of in the wild. May it stay that way.
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