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  1. Thanks again. What about the cards built into the processors? Is it in Intel i3 / i5 processors more or less equivalent to that in Ryzen? In which cases will the card built into a new processor be a limitation? (Other than games) My expectation is that there will be no problem with: office use, surfing, YouTube, streaming (Netflix, etc.), watching movies in local files (some FHD, some 4k), including conversion to a computer screen with a lower resolution than 4k, or a monitor 4k when connected to TV. Will a built-in card withstand this?
  2. An interesting idea. I did not know there was such a possibility. Thanks.
  3. Thank you very much for the response and explanations. I realised. It seems to me that this is the bottom line. Thanks. Where are the built-in cards in the processors coming in here? So a little more detail: the goal is not games. I was wondering if it would be possible to run very old games that ran on the station with 9600GT (I understand the answer is yes), and another specific game that is also old, but as far as I think about it I understand that it is not important enough to influence the decision. So my question is in which cases will the card built into a new processor / one of the cards in the laptops be a limitation? (Other than games) My expectation is that there will be no problem in: office use, surfing, YouTube, streaming (Netflix, etc.), expect
  4. Thanks. In the first step I will check if the MacBook can be used in the stationary place. If there will be insistence on windows I will probably purchase a basic new stationary.
  5. Thanks for the comments. In basic office use I would feel a difference between the old desktop (i5 760) and a new computer / one of the laptops? So basically all the alternatives are better than the old desktop? Streaming - is it in the context of games, or streaming movies? I compared in PASSMARK as Yehudaa suggested, but I am not closed on the results (comparison attached): I did not find an explanation of what each index says, and I would love an explanation (I guess the relevant ones are: Single Thread Rating, Cross-Platform Rating, CPU Mark). Are the results linear? For example in a single core performance, the difference between the desktop i5 is a little more than 2 times, even though about 10 years have passed. I was expecting her
  6. Hi, I have a bit of a general question - is there any site where you can compare graphics card performance of desktops / laptops / built-in CPU? (I understand, performance depends on the specific use, so I will refer to some "average" or "general" use or something like that). I'm afraid it's time to replace the stationary computer, and before buying a computer I want to check out the possibility of using an old laptop in the place of the stationary, as opposed to the possibility of buying a new computer. I want to know what improvement can be expected or alternatively what abilities I am giving up, and what it means (how it will limit me). Specifically, I would be happy to compare: GeForce 9600GT (NJ)
  7. Hi, I have a bit of a general question - is there any site where you can compare the performance of new / old desktop / laptop processors? (I understand, performance depends on the specific use, so I will refer to some "average" or "general" use or something like that). I'm afraid it's time to replace the desktop computer, and before buying a computer I want to test the possibility of using an old laptop in the stationary place, as opposed to the possibility of buying a new computer. I want to know what improvement can be expected, and of course make sure I do not replace it with something that will limit me. Specifically, I would be happy to compare: i5 760 (old stationary) i5 6200U (a few years old mobile) i7 7920HQ (mobile, Mac
  8. Hi everyone, I will try to give all the details so that the problem is clear, so sorry in advance for the long post. My setup is as follows: a HOT modem, to which a tp-link Archer C2 router is connected. A computer is connected to the router with one cable, and a second cable goes to another room with a switch to which 3 more devices are connected. All connections are on a network cable (wireless connection is irrelevant to my current problem, and off most of the time). Everything worked fine, until I upgraded the internet speed to 100 MB, so I had to switch to another model of modem - Hotbox 1. Through the UI of the modem I set it to brigde mode (so that it can only be used as a modem, and I can use my router). Since replacing the modem with the Hot b model
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