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  1. We know that Nvidia has dropped TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) in favor of Samsung Electronics, having awarded them the contract to produce Ampere based on Samsung's 7nm EUV FinFET process. With Ampere we'd be going from 12nm down to 7nm. I wonder how the new production process would affect pricing and performance, I'm kind of hoping we won't see another big jump in prices like we saw with the current RTX cards. sweepstakes software providers The high-end cards in particular seem to be getting hit hard by price increases with every successive generation. It's like Nvidia is trying to get rid of their "upper middle-class" tier of consumers. These are the people who would normally buy cards like the GTX 780/GTX 980/GTX 1080 but were unwilling to spend a few hundred extra for the Ti's and Titans. Instead Nvidia is now adding that tier to the price range of the Titan and Ti versions, so those same people now buy 2070's instead of a 2080. This is a shame because cards like the GTX 780/980/1080 used to be situated perfectly between the mid and top-tier prices (the "expensive but affordable within reason" cards).
  2. The title says it all, I can't decide on which one to go for. My question is: Is there other differences besides having a different cooler and design? I hear a lot about PCB Reference, binned and things along those lines but I know close to nothing about the specs of a graphics card. I just look at the raw performance of a GPU. I know for a fact that there are some 'lower-tier' variants of the GPUs that won't overclock that much and I was wondering if that's the case with the INNO3D RTX 2080S Twin X2 OC. There are close to non-existent reviews about this graphics card for some reason. Thanks! internet sweepstakes cafe software companies
  3. I'm looking for some ways to improve my general ability of positioning, movement, and just having a good sense of what's going on around me. I have decent aim. I shoot a 135-140 in 6 tile jumbo frenzy consistently (Kovaaks) which puts me at 3500 out of about 30,000. I shoot around 1:08 to 1:10 on the Aim Botz challenge in CS:GO consistently (Watch the vid on youtube of Shroud doing it in 1 minute). The difference is I do it from further back, usually the box. That being said, I'm just getting outplayed by people online because they're better at getting the drop on me or out strategizing me once the fight has begun. And if I get third partied, forget itinternet sweepstakes software
  4. I recently got a i7-9700k and a z390 Aorus elite. I updated my bios and its working fine. Played a few games with my ram at its normal frequency (3000mhz) and I OC the cpu to 5ghz. Temps where pretty high so I turned it down the 4.7. But now no matter what I do I am getting boot failures and it resets back to the default 9700k clock. Now I can't seem to load into windows at all and am only getting boot failures Any idea why this is happening after being fine initially? Before this I was running an 8600k at 5ghz for about a year and a half no problem so I am kind of confused.
  5. Hi there. Today I recently recieved an Intel 8265 WiFi card for replacing the Killer 1535 card inside of my Dell XPS 13 9360. Currently within the laptop on the Killer card, the white antenna is connected to "AUX" labeled on the card with a black triangle, and the black antenna is connected to "MAIN" labeled on the card with a white triangle. However, on the new Intel 8265 WiFi card I have obtained, these labels have swapped in colour, with "MAIN" labeled as black and "AUX" labeled as white. Upon some further research, I've recieved mixed answers as to whether I should swap the antenna as a result when installing the new Intel card. Some say that it does not matter which antenna are plugged where, whereas some say that the antenna must be plugged into their respective colour for optimal performance (perhaps faster speeds / having bluetooth work) even if it means swapping their previous positions for the Intel card.vidmate mobdro word counter I wanted to ask which of these two answers hold the most validity, just so I can be completely clear and avoid any ambiguity or uncertainty before attempting to replace the cards. Thank you.
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