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  1. how could it be? I saw that Intel held the test for 20 hours while the Raisen 15 for one charge
  2. I have no place for truth at all. The TV is 160 cm on the sideboard (which is 2 meters), which gives me 20 cm on both sides of it. It looks like the EDIFIER 1700BT will come in (I checked they are 15cm each), or just take a sound bar from above and put in the middle under the TV. (Editing: Edipier 1280, 1850 and 2000 will also enter) Which is better? Is there a better option?
  3. Order from Amazon - both more or less the same price: Acer Swift 3 Thin & Light Laptop, 14 "Full HD IPS, AMD Ryzen 7 4700U Octa-Core with Radeon Graphics, 8GB LPDDR4, 512GB NVMe SSD or Acer Swift 3 Intel Evo Thin & Light Laptop, 14 "Full HD, Intel Core i7-1165G7, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, 8GB LPDDR4X, 256GB NVMe SSD is for my brother - for office uses mainly, and here and there Fortnite on Low ^^ Which is better and why?
  4. So like that, my brother enlisted and is looking for a laptop to pass the time and study in the spare hours at the base. No need to go crazy - I think more important is the touchpad, keyboard, and if possible a screen with accurate colors because it shows signs of someone going to edit the catch photos - he usually plays Fortnight with his cousin when he comes home once a week. I told him that in my opinion instead of taking one monstrous laptop for everything, it is better to take a simple laptop and buy a separate XBOX SERIES X and use it for games - to build a computer at the graphics level of the Xbox alone will cost about 6000. What do they say? Is there a graphically powerful laptop that will solve the whole story together, or is it better for him to take the Xbox along with a relatively simple laptop, and if so which one? Thank you!
  5. I kept an eye on these: Sonos Playbar Sonos Beam Samsung HW-T450 Samsung HW-T550 Samsung HW-T650 LG SJ3 LG SL7Y JBL SB260 PolkAudio Signa S2 Harman Kardon Enchant 1300 JBL Bar 2.1 JBL Bar 2.1 Deep Bass JBL Bar 3.1 Yamaha YAS209 Yamaha YAS306 The Truth Prefers even towards the 1000 if the difference in performance is not so noticeable. Just a question - sound bar in general, as a concept, successful? I am currently using the SOLO 7C microlab. Will one of these soundbars give me a similar performance, or is it just 'style' and less sound? I also have no problem taking regular speakers if there is something good (rather than old-fashioned brown wood) at these prices. Thank you very much
  6. Bouncing Uses: PS5 / Xbox-X Movies and Sports Channels here and there YouTube needs some sort of solution that will do a round job in all 3, at least across the built-in LG 70 "^^ My living room size 6 feet to the floor, and 5 feet to the horizontal. Although I was glad you would I have the option to take the speakers out to the porch (100 feet) when I am hosting people
  7. I come from the MICROLAB SOLO 7C which were great with my PS4. I put them with my parents not long ago and they seem to enjoy them very much so I will not take them back I will buy something new already .. something recommended that is even better than the 7C at a similar price and will manage to fill a fairly large space?
  8. Hi, which refrigerator gives the highest cost-benefit ratio? Not looking for technology and nonsense - it will cool properly and be comfortable, large, reliable and quiet. Is there a recommended model? Thank you! In terms of price - not looking to go wild but also not to save every penny. Just bang for the buck best. Thank you!
  9. Thanks! What package would you command him? It should include D-15 Noctua
  10. Which vendor is recommended to do an OC to 9700K running on a built-in video card (do not need much power because there is no external video card)? The computer will run on a 250W roof, so it seems to me that stability is more important than large numbers. Anything recommended? Thanks
  11. Hi, I work from home from my computer: i9-9900 32GB built-in video card memory 700W Silverstone power supply Completely silent (fan never turns on because it only works when the voltage is above 210W and the computer never reaches it) Everything is connected to LG's 70 "TV Power outages and power outages interrupt my work, not to mention that I'm apprehensive about component life. Looking for a completely silent interrupt that will give me a few minutes to turn off the computer when such jumps happen. What do they say? Thank you.
  12. thanks bro. I checked here and delved a bit, look what I found. Publishing it for anyone who is undecided, may help him. The relevant models in the country, are arranged according to some real phases in VRM. Price in shekels on the right: MSI B550M-PRO-VDH-WIFI - 6 True, 4 + 2 - 690 MSI MAG B550M BAZOOKA - 6 True, 4 + 2 - 742 ASRock B450M-Pro4 - 6 True (9 Virtual), 3 (x2 ) +3 - 338 ASUS TUF-GAMING-B550M-PLUS - 6 True, 4 (x2) +2 - 652 MSI MPG B550 Gaming Plus - 7 True (12 Virtual), 5 + 5 + 2 - 810 Gigabyte B550M S2H - 8 True, 5 + 3 - 386 Gigabyte B550M DS3H - 8 True, 5 + 3 - 461 Gigabyte B550M AORUS PRO - 8 True (13 Virtual), 5 (+5) +3 - 574 Gigabyte B550 GAMING X - 8 True (13 Virtual ), 5 (+5) +3 - 649 Gigabyte B550 AORUS Elite - 8 True (14 Virtual), 6 (+6) +2 - 708 The funniest that all Gigabyte (except the last) boards and MSI use the exact same main components (By ONSemi). By the way someone wrote to me that the ribs are mostly cool for beauty: "Technically speaking, there is nothing wrong with a plain four phases VRM either: the CPU draws around 80A peak, divided between four phases, that's 20A average, and with FETs that have 4mOhm Rdson, that's 1.6W worth of loss per phase. If you use two pairs of FETs per channel, average current through each pair drops to 10A, allowing you to use cheaper FETs with 6mOhm Rdson while still reducing power dissipation to 0.6W per pair (1.2W per phase when driving two pairs per phase output ) and making the VRM 1.6W (0.4W per phase, x4) easier to cool. Those VRM heatsinks are mostly decorative: they are clamped on top of the VRM's plastic / epoxy encapsulation. Most of the real VRM heatsinking is provided by the motherboard's power and ground planes. " The S2H seems to be the best deal, or the B550M Aorus Pro if you need a little power that the virtual phases give: VRM doublers work by distributing the power amongst the two lanes of MOSFETs, chokes and capacitors available to each of them. Usually, the PWM controller sees every two lanes controlled by a doubler as one. This allows PWN controllers with support for up to 6 phase VRMs to be used in 12 phase VRM designs using doublers. While still better than regular six-phase parts, they're not as efficient as, say true eight or 10-phase VRMs. They induce a delay and reduce the frequency of the supplied current in half. Furthermore, only one of the two can be switched on at a time. The first one sees a modest delay but the second one is usually delayed by half a cycle, and in terms of precision, even the former is rather substantial. While multi-phase VRMs kick in instantly, or one after the other without a notable delay in between, pseudo-phases or doublers induce a latency which reduces the overall efficiency. Again, a 5 phase VRM doubled to 10 is less efficient than a native 7 phase or eight-phase VRM. The reason as already explained is that the doublers induce a small delay to the PWM signals.
  13. https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1137619-motherboard-vrm-tier-list-v2-currently-amd-only/ Gigabyte B550 DS3H - Tier D Gigabyte B550 S2H - Tier C (בדיוק כמו הB550 AORUS Pro)
  14. How can it be that his VRM is better than the more expensive model (the DS3H)? I thought it was the exact same board with the same VRM only with a few more features (2 slots for memories, heatsinks, etc)
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