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PCSarge last won the day on March 6

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  1. my possible thoughts were to deploy it on the machine i have at home for work use, and attempt software testing. because i can remote into servers and production machines from here for testing purposes if need be to pull the current running versions of software. my biggest worry is the software for our engineering team's 3D printer for making mock up parts. if they lose use of that they'll throw a fit for one. secondly itll slow down machine repairs and product deployments. EDIT : in other news give me your GPU. just kidding.
  2. i have an operational Mac II Ci, want to come play with it? lol i also have a 486DX with 3.1 on it...somewhere
  3. China : -calls putin- Putin : -Picks up phone- Da? China : we need more power! Putin : Sorry you are at limit allowed -hangs up phone- all jokes aside what do you expect with how many people live in that country. i dont think theres a power grid large enough to support china.
  4. the amount of doubt i have to this ever happening is large, raja kouduri is in charge. the same man who made the slightly shameful vega and radeon VII
  5. Windows 11 is on our doorstep, but i'm sure we're all weary of "this is microsoft's last OS" and then them dropping another one 7 years later. The real question is how bad with the compatibility nightmare be for older software and games, is it going to destroy everything that finally (somewhat) works on windows 10? i'm looking at this from an IT standpoint because my boss is currently discussing upgrading, before the OS is even out. And frankly i'm already a bit weary from the jump that windows 7 to 10 did to us. the nightmares we endured for months to get everything running again properly. anybody else unsure of microsofts promises except me?
  6. if you really want to go ALLL the way back in the list. i technically started on a 166mhz pentium --> Pentium 2 200mhx w/MMX --> 800mhz Pentium 3 coppermine --->Core2Duo E7400 ---> i5 2500K ---> i5 7600K ---> R5 3600 ---> R9 3900XT ---> R9 5950X. the only thing i really had that was AMD in the core 2 duo up until present that was AMD cpus besides ryzen was laptops.
  7. nice i was on core2duo until SB, went to 2500K, stayed 2500K until 7600K. then when ryzen 3000 series came out i finally went "oooo shiny" and bought into that. now im on a 5950X............im such a sucker for shiny things........... mind you the jump from 3600 to 5950X was well worth it...especially at a mis-tagged half price of 659.99
  8. if you like full tower cases, try and locate yourself some HAF 922/932s they were really popular back in the day. i'm sure somebody has one. when the 1100T came out, i was on a lowly cure 2 duo E7400 still . i was a total pleb.
  9. i will come to your house....and send those gpus to gamers in need....XD
  10. what scares me is i have a 15ms ping to florida
  11. yes that looks like wildlands
  12. updated speed with working 10G port on modem connection is supposed to be 1.5gbps/980mbps
  13. yeah ill happily hold onto my 5700XT. it does absolutely fine at 1440P high for what i play. as far as prices go, i walked into my local pc shop (in canada) the other day, the price tag on a 6700XT was $1100. i just kinda chuckled at the guy behind the counter.
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