This IS "Overclock".net.
This IS a thread about upgrading Optiplexes.
This thread is about affordable OEM desktops, and possibly even about upgrading them. But upgrading is not hardcore overclocking. Even overclocking is not a hardcore overclocking.
I choose to spend it helping people who need help with their Optiplexes.
still not hardcore overclocking
I don't think I'm missing the point at all.
your missed points were about me being "one of those guys" who "Snap it together like a bunch of Leggos and pretend they've done something."
And you missed that point again
So which one is yours? I can't find it in the crowd.
yey, hardcore overclocking again
You post in a website about overclocking and don't think people should overclock their computers.
It is a forum about hardware and software, and I never said that I "don't think people should overclock their computers". I said that it is not adding a lot of value in this particular case. And again, hardcore overclocking is a negative value here (cost, temp, energy consumption, shorter lifecycle)
So you post in a thread about upgrading Optiplexes to say you don't believe they should be upgraded.
Nope, not what I said again
You've been her since 2016 and your rep. is 2. You actually don't show a computer at all in your sig.
I got more rep. in this week posting about Optiplexes than you did in a whole year.
I acknowledge that your e-peen on this forum is bigger than mine
But you think people should be impressed with your opinions for some "reason".
I don't think that people should be impressed by forum posts
Everything about you is mediocre, and you know it. And the more you try to prove otherwise the more obvious it becomes.
I've said multiple times, that I have few mediocre PCs with mediocre overclocking, I'm glad that you got at least that part right.