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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. It is best to remove the Driver Booster immediately, it only makes trouble.
    5 points
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. What closes with these messages? What do they contribute? Porn of box card boxes? Not so clear to me ...
    4 points
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. @zone glide I'll be out here a little nec and tell you something from a place of "teaching you". The problem with your indecision stems from a lack of experience in the hardware world. You can always wait and there is always something around the corner. Wait for the RTX4080, you will get another nec message in the face in January 2022 that actually the 5080 and AMD's next product is the real thing and there will be a huge jump in performance. Or maybe you'll just wait for the 3080 with more VRAM because it's terribly important and yet we want to own a computer for two whole decades, just do not forget that until there is such a card, already just around the corner will be 3080 Ti SuperDuper or any other invented Refresher then maybe you will wait longer Some. I remember you even a year ago asking about
    4 points
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. Hello dear forum members! It's been a long time (6.5 years) since I installed Xeon processors on the LGA771 boards that work to this day (reminder for those who want to remember - link) today I come to you with another installation I did on the computer (against Intel's wishes), and this is the 6700K upgrade Z9900 (not officially supported). It should be noted that I do not take responsibility for this guide and everyone carries it out on their own initiative while understanding the dangers involved in the process. The complete installation guide is here: https://linustechtips.com/topic/170-guide-running-coffeelakerefresh-cpus-on-skykabylake-motherboards/. Note that there are some updates (due to the update of CoffeTime software to the version
    4 points
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. My slowest core reaches 4750 and the speed exceeds 5 GHz. crazy
    4 points
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. Your interpretation is incorrect, the tests of those sites are measurements of the actual traffic speed, that is, they test the combination of infrastructure and power, they are unable to separate the two.
    4 points
  26. 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
  27. 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
  28. 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
  29. Why do you think replacing batteries is an inapplicable solution? There are many electronics stores that take care of this and it is significantly cheaper than buying a new ruling.
    3 points
  30. Strange that I came across this discussion only now but better late than never. The customer bought several parts, one is dead, the official importer does not own it anymore, we offered full cash credits for the faulty product and encountered a very long time of telephone quarrels. We had no solution he liked and his board was exotic and uncommon and once the official importer of Asus has no solution all we could was give him a credit with us or return his money for the fucking part. We have a specific reference to the problem of products going out of circulation and repaying the amount paid for them. We come across the story mainly after the passage of several technological generations and the cessation of production of such and other products and so it is with the board in his hands.
    3 points
  31. 3 points
  32. Have you ever seen a man, courted by two women, throw one of the women because one of them told him she was here before? No! It's convenient for them and it's clear to everyone! The executives are throwing us sentences like "We really care about gamers, we're going to do everything we can to raise supplies" You will learn the world you will accept it and most importantly stop thinking that your discussions in the forums are causing the money machine to stop moving.
    3 points
  33. AMD is leading the cash competition because so far NVIDIA has not done so. True, this is not an excuse and it does boost performance but in the bottom line what matters is performance. For my part inside the card there will be dwarves doing calculations with paper and pencil, as long as it gives me good performance (of course there are other parameters like power, price, availability ...) I do not care how. Let's give the nomads a chance to respond with their own mechanism to see who's better and of course who shows better performance in the bottom line. It's quite similar to the story with Ray Tracing. AMD is currently lagging behind NVIDIA in double-digit percentages. But it's because it's their first generation in this field. There will probably be more in the next generation
    3 points
  34. I did not say it was a bad thing. I gave you a perspective in order to help because I see you appear in a lot of threads and ask different people similar questions. If that's the reaction, then I'll really stop trying to help.
    3 points
  35. Do not understand this narrative of "Fine Wine". I do not know in which communities you hang out, in the ones I hang out in it is mostly such a network joke. You could call it "drivers that get better with time" ... You could also call it bad drivers on DAY 1 that leave a performance on the table and take AMD a year + to fix, while Android's drivers are good from launch. How did we age the VEGA 56 \ VEGA 64 cards by the way? And what are the owners of the Radeon 7 doing today with their formidable 16GB, someone asked how they were? Or we forgot that these cards exist like AMD sort of. Matured less like wine, more like milk. Indeed, they have improved over the years compared to the "neglect" of Anvidia, whose 1000-year-old GTX4 series still occupies
    3 points
  36. Even if there was only one game in the whole world that currently supports DLSS and RT it would still be one more game where you get some benefit than the amount of games that benefit from 16GB of memory. So there is no contradiction here. @zone glide There are some things you need to understand about DLSS - a. It's not something born yesterday, Anoidia has been working on it for years and it took a long time until it got to where it is today. B. DLSS is built on artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms, a field in which Nodia is huge (this is not a company that only deals with giving you FPS in games) and invests a lot of money in research and development. This is not a stupid upscale technique that has always existed. third. DLSS works with hardware
    3 points
  37. I may not renew you much but still when it comes to credit then it's worth sharing ... About a month ago I jumped at the sale of Samsung's SSDs and bought the 2TB drive for $ 250. After I paid I noticed that the tax component was higher than what I was supposed to pay at $ 10 instead of $ 42 (17 percent out of $ 250) I paid $ 52. I contacted them in a chat, of course within 3 seconds I was already with someone human and not a bot. The girl told me that there is no problem, as soon as the product arrives they will credit me for this difference. After about a month (thanks to the Israel Post for the nice delay) I received the product and contacted their chat support again (this time it took me 10 seconds to get a human response - there was probably a load). after
    3 points
  38. Tomorrow at 16:00 Israel time - some pictures because this is a date that allows "Anbukisang". Exactly two days later, at 16pm on Wednesday - reviews with performance tests. The little big navy will be there too, the big big navy will be there too. The very great Nabi gets his own launch later
    3 points
  39. I believe they will only be treated if they are in a better condition than NVIDIA.
    3 points
  40. Here is a comparison of the new series compared to the outgoing one: 5950 costs $ 799, while 3950 costs $ 749 (increases of $ 50 or about 6.7%) 5900 costs $ 549, while 3900 costs $ 499 (increases of $ 50 or about - 10%) 5800 costs $ 449, while 3700 costs $ 329 (increases of $ 120 or about 36% increase, that's what I expected) 5600 costs $ 299 while 3600 costs $ 199 (increases of $ 100 or approx. - 50% acceleration squared!) The cheap 6 and 8 core processors had a significant increase of about $ 100-120 $. The most powerful processors had a relatively minor ceiling of only $ 50. Which are even smaller in light of the fact that the prices of these processors are more expensive in the first place, so $ 50 in percent compared to them is a bit.
    3 points
  41. In general I do not like filmed articles and always prefer a written article. On the other hand I think it is not respectful to respond in the discussion without seeing the relevant video. I tried to see the video but the guy's accent just makes me uncomfortable so I could not see it to the end - I apologize for that in advance to you. Yes I did manage to hear one sentence that caught me strongly "I collected the information from trusted and reputable sites". I think it is important to take information from the same place for consistency and therefore, even before I watched the video I went to techpowerup and checked the launches of several tickets. I have a fear that maybe the guy chose the information in a somewhat trending way. Since I did not expect the whole video can be that
    3 points
  42. 1. You are wrong about founder and reference. At least in this generation these are different cards in a different design in many respects. 2. At launch the prices were never in msrp. There is high demand and sellers are taking advantage of it. He claims it's tuned and already comes from NV, I claim he's a scribbler and that it comes from the last stop, the seller in the store. We both present evidence at the same level of credibility. Choose you for whom to believe.
    3 points
  43. If this interests anyone - I have received official confirmation from NVIDIA that 3080 reviews in their design alone will go up before September 17th. NVIDIA did not assign samples to the Israeli media. Not closed on the date of the rise of reference reviews - think it will happen on the 14th of the month. The hazelnut for next week is 3080 reviews, and the following week 3090 reviews.
    3 points
  44. Steal it when you get up in the morning and where you tied the motorcycle there is only a cut chain. Steal it when you walk in the market and someone bumps into you and after that you realize that a wallet is missing. Steal it when you replace a few maids in a certain period and after a few months realize that a precious diamond pendant is missing. The recommended price for the consumer is - please stick the trumpet - the recommended price for the consumer! In a free market economy prices are affected by supply and demand (availability is hidden within supply). If a store / importer who asks for a higher price at the time of launch are thieves then every consumer who has ever purchased a product on sale or at a discount below the recommended price for the consumer is also a thief. Buy a product at a price lower than the recommended price
    3 points
  45. Take it - https://www.tms.co.il/ASX8200PNP-512GT-C
    3 points
  46. Order an electrician. You seem to have much bigger problems than a computer that is not working.
    3 points
  47. Read -> https://is.gd/xhB6pF Want a legal system with legal activation from Microsoft - Sign up for the Windows Insider program
    3 points
  48. I have had an iPhone 6 Plus for 5 years but I will move to REALME soon. The only reason is the price for a 6.5 inch OLED, I need to spend at least NIS 5 before it. ANDROID is very clean and stable and the price difference is on the verge of insanity so there is no justifiable reason enough to go for the iPhone unless it suits you and also fits the budget
    3 points
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