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The Pook

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The Pook last won the day on December 27 2020

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  1. ayyyy, Forza Horizon 6 was hoping to see even just a little snippet of info on TES6 but
  2. Superpi 32M Intel Low Clock Challenge Superpi 32M AMD Zen Low Clock Challenge tl;dr - between now and December 31st - run Super Pi 32M at a max clock speed of 5.0 Ghz. Not really sure why/how 5 Ghz is really considered a "low clock" on either (especially Ryzen) but you should be able to compete and do well on ambient on the Intel side, at least. already submitted my Intel results but 11th Gen seems mandatory to do well, and pretty sure a 4650G with SO-DIMM won't be competitive on the AMD side
  3. you da best! now that you mention it a 11900K and/or a 5950X would be nice, E think of all the places I would gain with one
  4. even though the team isn't super active ... plz? was gonna make a thread about the Intel/AMD low clock speed challenge but there's no section for it
  5. that's not that horrible, about the same for me
  6. why does D'Jango get all the cool toys
  7. so that's where all the GPUs went also, cus my motherboard doesn't like 4 DIMMs: https://www.gskill.com/product/165/184/1594279359/F4-4266C17D-32GVKB-Overview just felt wrong being stuck at 3733 on Z590
  8. Simple specs in the sig rig (just hardware), and when you click on them, they expand out with overclocks/voltages/misc other info rather than a redirect to another page (like what most forums seem to do)? basically if I have "10850K" in my sig rig, you click it and it expands out with all the superfluous info - "4269 Mhz @ 4.20v, 1337x cache, blah blah blah" +1
  9. doesn't matter how good it is/isn't, that's gonna kill it for the majority of people
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