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Is there any point in continuing to buy a PC? (Considering switching from PC to MAC)


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I have a great computer with hardware that is still considered competitive 9900K processor, Geforce 1080, 32GB And all kinds of treats. 

 

But I'm not anymore (Playing small with the nephews on Friday - Saturday) and most of my work with a computer comes down to office work, surfing the Internet and editing photos / videos.

 

I started thinking about why I even own this computer that consumes a lot of electricity, heats the room like a stove, takes up a lot of space and makes noise. 

 

Why not actually buy an MAC based ARM processor? What advantage does it have? In 2021 - 2022 for a person who is not a gamer?  

 

Are we on the verge of a new era?

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Buy a MAC when you want the whole package - the computer, the ecosystem, the operating system. Without it there is no point. Not everyone likes the "closed garden" of , But whoever it suits him, will usually be satisfied.

 

The objective quality is usually extremely high, that Takes great care to fit all components - hardware, software and firmware, and is also known for particularly strict quality tests.

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Ahhh

 

I would not have been swept away, yes?

It's not that Apple is free of such and such glitches,

And before the M1 era there was not really anything to look for in it.

 

But it all belongs to the past.

Now, after the toaster's stones came out ,

With all the caveats of the dark world, 

One and another one of content creators explicitly says 

Products Better than what Intel has to offer.

How disappointing (towards ) So true (towards ).

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Free of glitches no one, but Undoubtedly much more is invested in component adjustment and quality control than the average OEM. Certainly when comparing it to a stand-alone computer that is a collection of different components that have most often never been tested as a package.

 

Regarding the claim as if the current generation of He's a game-changer, she sounded at first, then there was a bit of skepticism, now it's rising again ... we'll live and see. :)

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He may want to sell the computer to someone who will make full use of it, and recoup some of the investment.

 

I have a computer almost like his - a little weaker (with 8700K and 1070 TI). It's even connected to a 32 "UHD screen, and I hardly play. A computer is wasted, but what do I care? How much does it already need in IDLE, and how much does it inflate my electricity bill? It also really does not turn on 24/7. In, if I suddenly want to, then I have a computer powerful enough.I still want to play Doom Eternal sometime. :P 

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He may want to sell the computer to someone who will make full use of it, and recoup some of the investment.

 

What a return ... money is dead. At best I will get enough to buy some mini mac or 50% of the cost of the new macbook pro. My question is more theoretical if there is any point at all for a non-gamer to purchase an X86 processor when processing של Gives the same performance at 1/3 of the electricity and heat dissipation.   

 

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I have a computer almost like his - a little weaker (with 8700K and 1070 TI). It's even connected to a 32 "UHD screen, and I hardly play. A computer is wasted, but what do I care? How much does it already need in IDLE, and how much does it inflate my electricity bill? It also really does not turn on 24/7. In, if I suddenly want to, then I have a computer powerful enough.I still want to play Doom Eternal sometime. :P 

 

Still alive inside me And there is a desire to plow on some good game, but life no longer allows. When I have free time, I prefer to travel or do photography / editing. The current computer just takes up a lot of space, there are a lot of cables and it's just a waste.

 

 

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Regarding the claim as if the current generation of Apple He's a game-changer, she sounded at first, then there was a bit of skepticism, now it's rising again ... we'll live and see. :)

 

Unequivocally game changer. In my opinion not only Intel / AMD should fear but also .

 

The 1-core M32 Max offers gaming performance somewhere in between 3050/3060. 

 

And this is only the first generation. I wonder what M2 and later M3 will offer.

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You probably will not wait for 3rd generation .....   :)

 

I just do not want to argue with the esteemed QTTP on the edge of .....

But it is clear to any reasonable person that M1 & Co. are indeed a game changer for content creators.

 

but .... 

Not everything is pink in the garden of .

If and when you move to the side of theDark, You need to think well about what you're going for,

Not to mention when (on the timeline = models and configurations) because once you have purchased a particular configuration - that's it!

Unless one other regulation .....

Cods where you shoot the video are just as important,

Because there are those who enjoy the hardware more and there are those who enjoy it less,

And of course the software itself, especially in video - 

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