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  1. The problem is that even the basic data on which you based your doctorate refutes your position. The video clearly shows that although the average number of frames is similar between the processors, the i3 processor sometimes collapses to a single-digit number of frames. And this is when they made all the blatantly irrational efforts to minimize the load on the CPU. I'm not a big fan of FPSHOOTERS but from what I can remember if some enemies jump on you and just then the computer falters to an unplayable level so the computer does not do its job properly. From what you see here, it goes down to a single digit just by going nowhere. Those who aim for 4k need a very powerful video card and it is better to match it to a processor that will be carried all the time and not most of the time and certainly not only
    8 points
  2. I understood your head. So you're right, this is really not 'theft' in the literal sense that you can go and file a complaint against it with the police. But in our vernacular, 'theft' is when you take a sum that has exceeded the moral threshold worth taking, and most of us are not stupid consumers - even if you start your post with examples that try to present us as such, believe it or not - I'm pretty sure we're all pretty rational people. And know what theft is. Do not be surprised if more people in this thread choose even more to avoid shopping in the country when you fall on us with this passive aggressive. Israel and a free economy are not a pair of words that come together, we are a country of monopolies / duopoly. There is a lot of decay here - we are
    7 points
  3. Thanks so much to everyone for the support. I appreciate that and the decision of the site team and would love to come back. I hope and believe that we can take advantage of the case to continue to help the forum together in a more respectful and tolerant atmosphere because in the end that is the main reason and the reason we are here.
    7 points
  4. A few days ago and after hours of tinkering with what appears to be a waste of time in drama between users, we decided to completely remove the possibility of a negative rating of posts on the site. Sometimes one or another user took advantage of the system to "harm" and harass another user. Currently, only neutral or positive comments are possible to comment on the forum, so it is not possible to sabotage a user's reputation. The user's long affair with the site and its staff is something veterans are familiar with, but I see no point in discussing it in public. We are aware of the criticism we make in disciplinary decisions vis-à-vis users, and our overall interest is to ensure that users also receive service when they need it, and also act and flow blood in the system.
    7 points
  5. Kfir strikes again (or for the hundredth time, I lost count). Proves time and time again that he is a Kaka child whose place in FXP is.
    6 points
  6. Written by forum member nec_000, on 29.10.2020 ** The author has permission for the site owners to use the article below as they see fit, and provided they mention the author when posting / using. Here is an article about the groundbreaking new technology, which was first implemented in the new generation of video cards. In the article we will understand what it is, why it entered the picture, what its greatness and genius is, what root problem it came to solve in the graphic industry, and why it could only be implemented for the first time (technologically), and why in fact from now on everyone will adopt it. Background: We all heard yesterday at the launch of NVIDIA's new RX6000 series about new technology
    6 points
  7. I connected with them this week with a supplier from Bezalel (first and currently the only customer in Kiryat Malachi), the installation cost me 450, in the meantime the option to have this or the BE router which I think is not worth it because as a router is one big trash can !, (there was maybe more Nice if it will be possible to get an optical fiber adapter for rj45 connection from the infrastructure in order to connect a router from another company privately instead of the router be that is very very limited in its options like canceling BCYBER, setting dmz, changing scope to another more normal, changing Google dns, meanwhile I work with External mesh solution and not Bezeq's, which I called Bezeq's technical support told me that there is another particular model that they do work with
    5 points
  8. Hello to the forum members. I open this discussion after an alarming increase in the number of posts here in various help discussions for users, in which forum users provide unreliable and fake sources for comparisons of hardware products such as processors, video cards and memories. Hardware comparisons on the tip of the fork Right now in the age of written and filmed media, making hardware comparisons is commonplace for those who run websites and communities that deal with it. HWzone is also among the various sites in the world as having relationships with large hardware companies such as Intel, AMD and NVIDIA for the purpose of providing product reviews. Many of the various media around the world are in friendly contact with a variety of manufacturers
    5 points
  9. I'm in favor of open source, and it's great that AMD is based on it and not on proprietary tools. The problem is that it does not rely on it because it supports open source, it relies on it because it has no choice. NVIDIA has a highly developed software department, and the industry is familiar and experienced with their tools. AMD's alternatives are not the ones it created. You mentioned ML. There are two options - NVIDIA's proprietary CUDA or OpenCL which is open source. AMD supports OPENCL, but not because it's better or anything. OPENCL is not hers, neither she developed it nor does NVIDIA support it. In fact, NVIDIA started with CUDA and OPENCL came much later. Which means that as I mentioned here before, the tools of the industry work mostly with CUDA.
    5 points
  10. It is best to remove the Driver Booster immediately, it only makes trouble.
    5 points
  11. Leave, he's a professional. He understands more than you. In fact, he understands more than you do about everything. In economics, in psychology, in everything related to technology and computer science. Too bad he did not learn how to write paragraphs in the forum without going down lines in random places that make reading his posts one big nightmare even if we do not address the bizarre tendency to smear, repeat things, ridiculous attempt to use high language (which was a little more impressive if not accompanied by masses of spelling mistakes ). In addition, the obsessive editing of old posts must be noted so that it is impossible to respond to them without showing an idiot that the paragraph you were referring to has been deleted (Tip: always quote it). And bottom line
    5 points
  12. Recommended This is not a question of budget and requirements, if the budget allows for a balanced hexagonal system then go for hexagon and if octagon allows then go for octagon. It is a pity to shed some light on a subject that is so toddler that, in the end, this specification makes up a whole set of parts of decisions.
    5 points
  13. That Intel is cutting prices and not because of Class 8 typhoons in the East, apparently AMD is doing something right. That it maintains reserves in the billions to absorb the differences in cuts - a legitimate move, it certainly shows competition. Precisely their sales in numbers do not interest consumers at all, it interests investors. Why the hell did not lock this user I do not understand? Even after I come back from a vacation abroad I always wonder how he does not rest. @Askme @ KAKADU999 You're just delusional. How much poison you keep behind the keyboard .. Your parents I wish them only health, should have taught you not to respond to discussions you No interest in them.It would have been a solution to this forum apparently
    5 points
  14. Hi everyone I want to share with you my negative experience from KSP while exercising responsibility. Last February, a friend of the family named Iris came down to Eilat and I asked her to buy me wireless gaming headphones called steelseries arctis pro. I gave her 1269 NIS cash which is the full amount of the headphones. Last month a headphone malfunction was detected. The glitch was in the BT connectivity and the feature of receiving mobile phone alerts no longer worked. The headphones have a 24 month warranty from KSP and following the malfunction I went to the branch closest to my place of work to exercise the warranty. The headphones were delivered to the lab with every kit including the packaging and all the booklets and cables. After a few days I got a call from the lab
    5 points
  15. This discussion will cease to be off-topic and continue to continue in private messages only. In addition, its continuation will give participants a suspension hearing from the system without prior warning. Begins to worry that any discussion is dragged into dozens of pages of offtopic that also disturbs potential participants, and I consider what to do to prevent this in the future.
    5 points
  16. Parts of this discussion illustrate exactly the market problem (and sorry if I am blunt, but the problem is ignorance) thanks to which Intel can move forward with half a yawn and in addition it is a fertile ground for marketing manipulations. Most of the market is just not willing to hear about anything but Intel, clinging to graphs without really understanding the meaning of the results (i.e. methodology, flaws or goals, no importance at all and only the bottom line even if it turns out not always comparing sex) and even when there is a good product More in hand - More interested in what Intel's next thing is, including hanging not-quite-reasonable hopes for schedules and improvements. When the next generation comes out and gets a hundred days of grace to mature, the calculations will also be updated accordingly.
    5 points
  17. Oh, lay down, you old, crazy piece of shit. Do not throw your complexes at me. Go near 2 buy some second hand fans and clean them. If you think I have any sentiment for one of the companies that I purchased a product from one of them, you are completely not in the right direction. I will not get to it because: 1. Corona. 2. I have better things to do with my time. 3. I will have no trouble sleeping even if my card turns out to be not the fastest in the universe. My God how much you blow.
    4 points
  18. If so, at a good time we finished from the first end where we measure the eight titles we originally tested on 6800xt so we have a reference for reference and comparison against each other. We are very happy that we insisted on finding a good 3080 card, and not only the first card we opened EVGA, because we found in the second ASUS card that we caught such an exemplifier, which in any internet comparison found on the net, is actually considered the fastest card available = golden sample The Empire's architecture. Moreover, it helps us to give a good estimate also of the capabilities of the 3090 card to a considerable extent, because it is faster than it in some situations, and that was the purpose of the
    4 points
  19. The hallucinatory post. You did not buy components on a computer, so the warranty will be for each component separately. In principle he did you a favor by checking for you the source of the problem, for his part he could tell you to break your head in identifying the defective component and only bring it in for testing. Full monetary credit for the component if there is no identical or equivalent component above and beyond the store. Asking for a monetary credit for all the components you bought separately after using them is a ridiculous and silly requirement.
    4 points
  20. Well think about the future, buy a 3080TI with 20 GB for NIS 5000. In two more years, you will get an RTX4060 for NIS 2000, which gives the same performance. What do I come to say? A consumer who wants to get value for money in advance does not buy these tickets, do you want to insure yourself for the future? Take 2000 shekels put them aside, go buy RTX3060 when it comes out and in two more years take the 2000 you saved now and buy 4060. You also saved money, you will also get similar performance in the future but with newer technology, and you can also sell your current card when it still has good market value And return part of the amount. Maybe even you do not let yourself be left with a video card without a warranty in the system. So what's the conclusion? Why buy a 3080TI with 20GB? Because
    4 points
  21. 16GB of memory is twice as big a gimmick as RT and of course DLSS which is in general the main game changer at Noidia today and not the RT itself. The day you will need 2GB in your video card, even in 16K resolution, it will already be such an antique in terms of computing power that it has not been on your computer for a long time, replaced with a new Dendesh video card. Absolute gimmick and both AMD knows it, the only reason it's 4 at all and not some more modest number like Noidia's 16 is because AMD wanted to stick to the same 10-bit bass width. There is no doubt that Noydia has meanwhile defeated this generation. Even for those who are not impressed with RT, it still offers more here and now than what 256 GB offers here and now - which is nothing and nothing. And DLSS a
    4 points
  22. I think about devoting time to researching VRAM occupancy, VRAM cashing in modern game engines, and why conventional thinking in terms of VRAM occupancy might be misleading. Not sure it will be particularly popular, but wonder how much is required.
    4 points
  23. If @captaincaveman has already commented (and rightly so) to @ aviv00 then I will allow myself to comment here that they say "on the contrary" and not "to a great extent". The origin of the word is in Aramaic, for those who are wondering. This is not the first time, so I comment ...
    4 points
  24. Today, AMD's Ryzen 5000 processors are officially released to the world, which is a historic turning point for the processor manufacturer. We took a look at the Ryzen 9 5950X and were amazed at its tremendous power - all the numbers here
    4 points
  25. Please let's not get into personal tracks here. In my opinion, the discussion is interesting and important. If @ napoleon45 thinks otherwise, he's guaranteed. He's welcome not to come in here. If you want to explain why @ nec_000 is wrong, also happily. Just please, give a scientific and technical explanation, just as @ nec_000 scientifically explained why it is a novelty and a breakthrough.
    4 points
  26. I informed my wife that I was coming home early tonight, that she would make me a fresh watermelon with a Bulgarian in the family room / TV, next to it nuts, a cold Zero Cola bottle, a red rising towel, and that she would take the kids out somewhere ... Question Why? I told her the final game against Maccabi. Let them not dare to disturb me
    4 points
  27. Hallucination. A person arrives, subscribes to the forum, poops on a series as his first and only action on the site. So boring to you?
    4 points
  28. It is not possible to split each discussion into a thousand sub-discussions, like it or not it is a discussion about reasons for buying or not buying. It would be better for the principals to simply unite the clusters
    4 points
  29. Enough ... it's tiring all this mantra already. One might think, Apple products do not suffer from bug and security issues, especially "Safari" which allows free entry for hackers. Remind me which iPhone is the one that got an update and became a deliberately slow "turtle" device ... In short friend, there are no significant differences between an iPhone and an Android device except for the price.
    4 points
  30. Don't understand why anyone thinks AMD can \ should \ "behave \" differently from Intel ... This is another global, capitalist, stock exchange company that has done, does, and will do everything it can to present as many positive quarters as possible. Just business, don't look for friends there.
    4 points
  31. True, there is nothing to do, quality costs money. And whoever wants quality will have to pay for it. Although in today's terms the price differences are estimated at a few tens of shekels, at the point of purchase (which was somewhere in 2018) the Silicon Power SSD was an excellent VFM, so I saw it as a worthwhile purchase. In fact, the very writing of these lines, which is done on the computer on which the drive is running, proves it to me again. Regarding Survival - As long as there are no statistics that can show black on white that the survivability of Silicon Power drives is too low, I do not think it is possible to determine reliability / survivability. Certainly not based on the experience of two or three people who commented here throughout the discussion. Needless to say, there is no maker of problems, people have a problem
    4 points
  32. In the spirit of things I certainly agree with you, I did not buy Intel and probably will not buy either (certainly not 10900 or any version of its evolution) as long as such are the face of the market. Not that there are gamers who make a living from it as a main occupation, the tournaments in the country are more competitive for the sake of competition and title than the financial aspect in question. I meant to qualify that today there is a significant audience of gamers who sit and grind for hours on end to compete in games (each season and its crop) and learn from the network to a considerable budget router to get to MAX FPS, no matter what the price, as long as the parents' visa does not shrink. Not that I think it's true, certainly in a way that it comes from an unprofitable obsessive sportsman,
    4 points
  33. Update for early December 2019. There is growing evidence that DELL's quality of service does not really justify the reputation it has gained. In light of this, I decided not to give too much weight to DELL mobiles as having superior service which gives them an advantage over another manufacturer with the same data. Hi, everyone. Below are some significant parameters to consider when deciding which mobile to buy. For your use! Please - what makes the mobile good? A. Good hardware. B. Good practice performance. third. Good build quality. D. Long battery life. God. Low weight. and. Good warranty and quality of service
    4 points
  34. The truth is that I did not intend at all to discuss politics, but more in the aspect of consumerism and the meaning for us as consumers. Against this background I appreciate the work of the man. I am old enough to remember here a great deal that has passed in Israeli politics and I tell you honestly, again, I do not remember (me) in documented Israeli history, a political factor that in terms of consumerism and cost of living, has done more for us consumers. That's all I say, that's what I mean. Less perhaps to the man himself, but to the essence of what has been done here in the last decade on our behalf by factors that no one expects anything from anymore. Much has changed but there is another way. I for one am annoyed at the gas grill issue, very much. So much so that I have not yet bought only designers. It's a principle
    4 points
  35. The first step is to photograph the package when it is thrown outside before you pick it up. The second step is to photograph it when it is closed after you have collected it (indoors with proper lighting). The third step is to photograph the contents of the package (if the inner cartons are also wet) after you have removed them from the outer package. If you did not do all of the above, maybe at least you can use your or the neighbors' camera that shows the package is thrown over the gate and stands all night in the rain. If you do not have a camera that captures the yard - you can order from Amazon. It seems to me that it is difficult to prove the claims. As for the internal parts - they do not absorb moisture. If
    4 points
  36. Nonsense, that's really wrong and just a stigma created simply because high-tech (in technologies that work with today) is a young field, where people who are still quite literal just couldn't get older ... Someone from 35 who stuck with 20 technologies a year ago won't find a job after two years of searching , But someone who is 35 and even 40 who was hired to keep up to date with the current technology - has no problem finding work and even being in great demand.
    4 points
  37. On this occasion - something I feel a moral obligation to point out to our readers, because I know they will ask. If the Threadripper 3000 processors had reached us so far in a reasonable time, we would have postponed the Intel processor review until the launch of both and presented concrete data for both together in the two separate reviews. These processors are on their way to us - but AMD has decided that there are very few samples in the world for review, and we are probably a "second wave". They are expected to arrive in a few days. There will be a comprehensive review that will also include more important exams for all processors. Beyond that, this review of Intel will be updated retroactively, to maintain its relevance and correctness in looking at all
    4 points
  38. The launch of the Risen Generation 3000 last summer and with it the move to 7nm lithography, in fact a product line that Snooker gave Intel under the belt, led to AMD's best business quarter in 14 years. Attached is a very interesting and instructive presentation (it is at the bottom of the post - download it from there). , And at the same time will help speed up some of the technological progress in the field, since while fierce competition takes place, all the players make an effort to run ahead in order to catch up with their competitors ....
    4 points
  39. Read here https://www.psakdin.co.il/Document/ Do not-be-suckers-Realize-the-warranty-for-electrical-products-and-electronics #. XXAWfn9S_IU and here http://www.consumers.org.il/category / service-and-warranty I understand: And even against the law, they must exercise warranty if the product is under warranty, no matter who bought the product. By law they must provide the same or the same level of replacement product. If features are missing it is not a product at the same level and no matter what its price is in their store. Again, against the law. If they can not repair, give the same alternative product or at the same level they must win the full amount and c
    4 points
  40. I know it does not exactly answer your question pain, who also understands a thing or two about computers (actually about 20 years of professional experience in the field) - for me the battle of blockages and restrictions is a "lost battle" in advance and I will explain - let's say you block the computer, then they will surf on the phone. Block the phone and they will surf the TV. Block the TV They will surf at a friend / cafe or even at the nearest mall that offers free wireless and unlimited surfing. In short - you understand where it is going ... there is no chance in the world that you will have full control over the places your children will go. And eventually they will also find a way around the restrictions (you will not believe how resourceful children are). What is the solution if approx
    4 points
  41. If that's your concern, really take DELL computers. This company releases updates to its systems admirably, even years after they are sold (which does not exist on company-based board computers such as MSI / ASUS, etc. that cease updates almost immediately after the new model is released or soon after, in experience), the updates are surprisingly automatic and easy Their installation and support and on-site service (at least in the first 3 warranty years) is worth its weight in gold for business. Just a curiosity.
    4 points
  42. Hello to all the wonderful forum members. I mainly turn to telethists and animators among us ... as someone who has been working in the field of motion-graphics for years, especially on C4D and 3D Max. I would like to highly recommend you the latest update of the wonderful Blender 2.8 software. Admittedly I have so far ignored the software for the reason of UI unfriendly in the software, I recently started tinkering with the latest version of Blender 2.8 and from there, I was pleasantly surprised at how much the software cost the Professional League in version 2.8. The UI in the software has been upgraded from scratch ... The interface is more convenient to work with, all previous shortcuts have been fixed, the menus are more flexible for the user experience. And the highlight of the new blender, the new Eevee render engine, is a man
    4 points
  43. The article "Wait, there's more!" She directed me to the Facebook page. Does the Zune start giving exclusive content through Facebook? It's a shame, because he will avoid me and I will probably give him up. I'm probably one of the last dinosaurs who do not lack a Facebook account life, so they did not open an account.
    4 points
  44. The passage here is not for the bass, but to prevent others from thinking that he is right. One of the goals of this forum is to have reliable information that people can use to make purchasing decisions.
    4 points
  45. It really does not matter what happens here ... instead of trying to improve the loading time of the forum
    4 points
  46. I do not understand what you're talking about. We have a business here with someone who never makes a mistake.
    4 points
  47. AMD have not been able to do anything because of the managerial rush they have had in the last decade or so, and the more limited resources have certainly not contributed to a speedy recovery. Intel mostly scattered promises without coverage. There was probably a real intention, but the marketing system was not exactly in line with the engineering side, and then they also got into security breaches (for which they do not have much to do at the hardware level at least until the next generation launch) and the whole shortage of processors. Once) is expected to end only in the third quarter of this year (and here too not everything is their fault because they got caught up in the fire in the trade war between the US and China). And all this has consequences. In the absence of competition, the shortage of processors that
    4 points
  48. It is not possible to compare frequencies between different architectures. Just because an X processor runs at a certain frequency does not necessarily mean that this processor will actually perform better than a Y processor from a different architecture that runs at a lower frequency. The ideal is maximum performance at minimum frequency (which also means lower energy consumption) and at the moment from what we know, shortly before launch and with the reluctance to wait until after to determine definitively, this is exactly what Generation 3 does: core performance per core with lower power consumption, usually Even get at the same price level better performance in applications that use multiple processors. Moreover, Reisen processors are open for overclocking, and according to the same semi-established leaks, can be nicely speeded up
    4 points
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