They aren't picking them, the rudementary parametric filter is
Just sell the CPU and get a Cascade Lake processor, they are gonna be X299 compatible
You could technically do that, but it won't go well
Chiclet keyboards are membrane-based switches at the end of the day, using a mechanical method to activate the membrane, like the old IBM buckling springs. Mechanical boards still have advantages, like not having to bottom out, and being more reliable than membranes.
Oh, I didn't realize you could overclock it on non-Z87/Z97 boards
Thunderbolt also has use for eGPUs in super compact deployments. But they are mostly used for fast PCIe storage, which you may need external. For all purposes, Thunderbolt is basically a PCIe Gen 3 4x interface, making it capable of many additional functions. Need fast lan? Install a 10G Ethernet dongle. Need accelerated video decoding for your $35,000 camera? Get a red rocket.
ehh, the G5400 is pretty strong, but it still gets smelted by the Athlon 200GE and Ryzen 3 1200. It does level the old A8/A10 processors, however
a shame you can't overclock that G3258, you could probably get some more mileage out of it anyways, especially for older games
consider a keyboard with low profile MX Speed Silver keys. While it will travel farther than a chiclet keyboard, it's still a short time to actuation
just add it as a custom part
Can we get pictures with the updated config?
At the end of the day, multigpu support is up to the software makers. They hold the cards here.
I'm dead serious. They said the budget doesn't not matter.
tl dr: consumer NVLink = SLI
I think it's a clientside issue, try messing with zoom settings and resolution scaling, as well as font size
So, what's the budget?
props for remembering to cool the VRMs too. I would have personally used a kraken g12 but this works too
What's that? The latest beta I recall is called Whistler
try MSI Afterburner
That's nice, but can it run Windows ME?
If you update the BIOS, it should just be as simple as swapping CPUs. Keep in mind you may experience throttling if the VRMs can't handle all 8 cores
I would consider looking on the used market, capable cards like the R9 Fury and GTX 1070 are often going sub-$200
it helps with scheduling processes in multithreaded tasks. For example: rendering, games that scale with threads, multitasking
well, you should test system stability as you go
take a sip of your drink of choice
Browns are tactile but not clicky, o-rings help anyway
Try overclocking what you have and see how far you can go
what did he even do?
1080p 240hz is still a viable option
With all kinds of capable aftermarket designs out now for the RX 5700 (XT), would it be a better alternative now? I already know that performance is basically capped on aftermarket cards, however
Go to the support site of your motherboard brand and download the PDF manual for your motherboard
if it fits, it sits
If you can find a quadstellar, go ahead and use it
tl dr: You have lost a lot of money
it isn't the most optimal, this is my personal suggestion https://nl.pcpartpicker.com/list/psM9Wb
I would wait until you get into RX 5700/RTX 2060 territory
It's too expensive and quite fiddly to get fully functional. It IS good, but not worth the premium.
I suggest the MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE. As for cooling, I suggest an NH-D15 or a Fractal Celsius S36 if you are willing to spend extra
First, swap to the 3600, you won't see a tangible performance improvement after overclocking. For the cooler, I suggest the Scythe FUMA 2. The included thermal compound will be suitable.
The X570 AQUA solely exists to easily hook up to custom water cooling loops. If you are already using any of the following: (Water Block, AIO, HSF), this motherboard has no use for you
No operating system is included, you have to provide it yourself
it will work well
B365 is an updated version of B360 with built in 9th gen processor support
NCIX used to have a service where you could build a PC using the parts they had in stock, it only had a $50 fee. It's a shame they went bankrupt, though.
Try reinstalling graphics drivers
how are the 5700 XT drivers on Manjaro?
Try checking the driver settings