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If this helps anyone building a PC for work - get a CPU that has high clocks rather than two cheaper Xeons. I've built a new PC at work (same as the one I have at home) for myself as the old 20-core started pissing me off and the instant I booted up the software - everything was so much smoother and faster!
For the best performance all-round I can only recommend extreme chips (5960X and 6950X), the Xeons, although they have more cores and could deliver way more power when rendering 3D (video won't benefit THAT much more over the i7s) - the slow clocks are just a pain to work with in all the other software (Photoshop, 3D packages, game engines, audio, etc). Learn from our mistakes :)

21:42 22-Mar
SogenSamurai avatar

Sounds like Eurocom is still working on Pascal chips for Alienware upgrade kits. The wait has been murder but it'll so be worth it.

19:39 22-Mar
GreedyMuffin avatar

Here is a Firestrike Extreme comparison made by me, featuring 1080 - 5960x, 1080Ti - 1700, 980Ti - 5960X


If anyone is interested to see. The 30% claim is sure to be held.


1080Ti at a lower clock is 30% faster than a higher-clocked 1080. 60% faster than a 980Ti at 1500mhz.


The 5960X was at 4500, the 1700 is at 4000.


Everything was max OCed for 24/7 usage. You see the speed on the different GPUs in the link

19:16 22-Mar
enslavedhero avatar

What do you guys think? Should I go ahead and upgrade my DDR3 RAM to 16GB for around $55-60? I probably won't be upgrading my system until later this year/early 2018. Because I may not be able to upgrade until 2018, I'm gonna see what Intel/AMD/Nvidia has to offer then.

17:53 22-Mar
DevilHunter avatar

Quick question! Does Dell Inspiron N5110 support 1TB Hard Drives? (Please answer even if the question sounds stupid ;_;)

16:43 22-Mar
GreedyMuffin avatar

Made a album for pics when installing my GTX 1080Tis waterblock + system :-D

15:12 22-Mar
tzzsmk avatar

ASUS went crazy, making cutoff mobo, see :D

10:51 22-Mar
blackscottishcyclops avatar

Can someone tell me why do I run WoT so poorly? I barely reach the 60fps mark with everything low even windowed on the lowest resoultion possible! Some more demanding games run better, and it is also common for my sound to crack or something like that. Please help me :)

09:49 22-Mar
Lowspecgamer9 avatar

my targeting point is to get the AMD Ryzen 3 with 4 Core and 12GB DDR4 Ram with GTX1050Ti

09:22 22-Mar
wolfe1924 avatar

good reputable websites to buy laptops from in Canada/usa if it can ship to Canada 1 2 3 go lol

01:46 22-Mar
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