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  • Birthday 01/01/1980

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  1. If I want to order as a network, how do I know what will fit my computer?
  2. What is the budget relationship? I asked a question about 2 cards My question is very clear, if you search a bit on the internet Mr. Genius you will understand that for video editing, the amount of VRAM of the card is important (16 vs. 8). But on the other hand, the speed of GDDRX6 memory is faster than GDDR6 so I ask, what is more important for editing in the software to be smooth with 4K files. That you're used to getting "what's more powerful to warzone" questions is no longer my fault. And why do you claim the card is super mediocre? based on what?
  3. so what to do? That there are a thousand reasons does not help me, how do I check the matter?
  4. Hello, I have an asus ux510 laptop and lately it does not recognize me available internet networks. 1 in 4, 5 infections it works out and then again does not work. I downloaded drivers again from the Asus website and it still won't work. Is there a situation where a network card went? Thanks.
  5. Hello, I would like to know what criteria I should look at when purchasing a .c screen designed for editing files in 4K in Adobe premire software. The editing itself does not involve editing animations or heavy effects. Occasionally after effects. The biggest goal is that while editing, the software will run and not get stuck in the timeline (as is happening to me now with 1060 6gb). My stap: intel i7 8700 3.2GHz Motherboard: asus tuf h370 pro gaming 32gb ram I have 2 video cards I am debating between: 1. MSI RTX 3070 Ti SUPRIM X 8GB LHR GDDR6X 2. Gigabyte AORUS Radeon RX 6800 XT MASTER 16GB GDDR6 motherboard Should I look at the amount of memory in the card or its speed? Thanks.
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