Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Pete J, 23 Oct 2018.
And thats before we get to monitors, where its just randomly generated symbol salad.
To be honest their's is probably worse.
NVIDIA only had to go to 11xx, 12xx etc.
AMD ran out too quick through the 1000s !
That's been the case as long as there has been a distinct HEDT platform (since 2004, so nearly a decade and a half): Socket T/H lines are better at lightly threaded tasks, Socket J/BR platforms are better at highly threaded tasks.
Moar Cores has never been the right choice for gaming.
Plus I don't think there were any Core2Solo socketed CPUs for X38, it was dual or quad only (and the quads were MCMs rather than monolithic, so somewhat bandwidth starved).
Ugh. WTFBBQXGA+ or "3.14159K" or whatever nonsense a manufacturer can think up to avoid just telling you two actually useful numbers. Or screen sizes, where they insist on using a single dimension for something that varies wildly in aspect ration.
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