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I switched to Asus V Rampage from Asrock extreme 4. Now, how do I OC it the same way I did for Asrock? Like, 1.185v for CPU, 35x for CPU cache, and adaptive vcore. 4.1-4.2 ghz. Can I take an oc preset from Asus UEFI and tweak it to my desired settings? Basically what's the correct terms in Asusland for the above settings?
wait, what? it can't be translated, so to speak?
I switched to Asus V Rampage from Asrock extreme 4. Now, how do I OC it the same way I did for Asrock? Like, 1.185v for CPU, 35x for CPU cache, and adaptive vcore. 4.1-4.2 ghz. Can I take an oc preset from Asus UEFI and tweak it to my desired settings? Basically what's the correct terms in Asusland for the above settings?
I switched to Asus V Rampage from Asrock. Now, how do I OC it the same way I did for Asrock? Like, 1.185v for CPU, 35x for CPU cache, and adaptive vcore. 4.1-4.2 ghz. Can I take an oc preset from Asus UEFI and tweak it to my desired settings?
still 28nm? I get the feeling a 16nm version of GM200 would be decently faster...or you know, more maxwell cores within the same die size for that matter.
i hope someone would know for sure when the consumer version of GM200 comes out, and also, is this GM200 variant still on 28nm or on the as-hoped 16nm process? I'm not to up-to-date on these, so if anyone let me know, thanks.
is $60 a month for 50/50 download/upload from FIOs ok? The speeds often go up to 60 Mbps, so i get more than i pay for. it;s part of their Double play bundle with local TV channel + Internet. Seeing the posts here, i say its average pricing for that speed.
It's good for $400 i agree, but the expectations of "next-gen" was too much for these consoles to begin with, and all i see in the debate is "What resolution/FPS is it?" For anyone even asking this, if you wanted both, a PC will do both better, it's entirely stupid to expect these consoles to be PC-beaters, and thus i have different expectations for a console.To be honest, the Wii U is more of a traditional console to me than the PS4/Xbone, and actually comes with fun...
It is underpowered, when compared to last-gen's X360 compared to top-of-the-line PCs back in 2006. The X360, when it first came out, had unique GPU and CPU features (tri-core, unified shaders) that most GPUs back then didn't have. Somewhat the same story for PS3, and it took the Nvidia 8800 GTX to eclipse the console's performance in 2007.Now? the PS4 has what's between a 7850 and 7870, a Radeon core of 1152 cores, while the top-end Radeon chip, the 290x, has 2816 of them,...
this generation of consoles should've had 7950-class GPUs at the minimum.... yea, this console generation is not going to last 8 years like the last one did, or they're switching to an Apple/Android-style upgrade plan.
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