Originally Posted by unity100
it seems you people are not understanding what I, myself am saying, whereas i understand what you say.
it may be fun to overclock. it is not fun for me. it may be fun to benchmark, it is not fun for me.
i dont find fun in various other things like video encoding, this that either.
so, here is what i did :
i have made a list of what activities i know that could be done with powerful computers. and i am looking to learn if there is any additional activity that can be done with a powerful computer, so that i can see if there is any among them i like.
people are just defending overclocking instead of naming activities that can be done with a powerful computer. that is totally irrelevant.
i just asked to see the full list of activities that can be with a powerful computer. or, is that all ?
OK, so this is me trying to understand you...
You 'acquired' a (in your view) powerful computer, a computer that you say you can make even more powerful... and you want me (us) to compile a list of things that YOU
will enjoy doing with your 'fast but I could make it faster' computer?
Don't move... I'll be back in half an hour with my crystal ball....
There are literally millions of things you can use a PC for, and listing them would take forever. If you can't think of anything to use it for, I suggest putting up an advert and see if someone wants to swap it for a slower machine... or maybe a train set?