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#9578 stream highlights in Videos


posted 1 day ago
#118 98 dpm in TF2 General Discussion

went beast mode yesterday

posted 1 day ago
#7151 Frag Clips Thread in Videos

hopefully much better than the last one, any constructive feedback appreciated :)

posted 2 weeks ago
#93 1 of the koch brothers died in World Events
BrimstoneI wish being communist made you care about the environment so China would be a lot more epic

China isn't much of a communist country economically speaking since a good 20 years honestly, but that doesn't change the fact that they are deep into free riding as far as environmental concerns go indeed

posted 3 weeks ago
#6 Top 20 players in the world? in TF2 General Discussion

One-Man Cheeseburger Apocalypse
Big Mean Muther Hubbard
The Administrator
Cry Some More
Crazed Gunman
Ze Ubermensch
Herr Doktor
Headful of Eyeballs
Screamin' Eagles
Target Practice
Ribs Grow Back
Hat-Wearing MAN
Tiny Baby Man

Sorry for those who felt left out. Was a tough one.

posted 1 month ago
#11 ETF2L S33 W7: top5rocket vs. Ora Elektro in Matches
DuMmTmlooks like production cant make it and we wont have a backup tonight so no official cast for this, gonna see if we can throw together some ghetto cast for people to watch atleast


posted 2 months ago
#1 ETF2L S33 W7: top5rocket vs. Ora Elektro in Matches

playoffs deciding match Pog

posted 2 months ago
#2 Mumble tf2connexion.fr Re-open in Projects


posted 2 months ago
#3352 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Well I knew lower frequencies were more stable overall, otherwise we'd be underclocking probably instead of overclocking, I just didn't know that the one for the CPU cache actually made a difference. How should I approach lowering its value tho ? Gradually too ? How much per step in that case ?

posted 2 months ago
#3350 PC Build Thread in Hardware

I think I just kept the other voltages to the auto values as I had read in several guides, but maybe I'd need to look deeper into that. What's the impact of cache frequency on overclocking ?
As for VCore I guess I'll gradually go above 1.3 and see how stable and cool it can stay.

posted 2 months ago
#3348 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Alright, I think you have a fair point. I'll wait for bigger upgrades in the coming years.
Would you have any tips for pushing my i3 to 4.7-8 GHz ? I'm pretty convinced I could manage it with decent temps. I'm currently on 1.250 V for 4.5 GHz, and when I tried 4.8 on slightly higher voltages, my PC would just bluescreen after around a minute. Now I couldn't tell if it was a temp problem or if I actually just needed to up the voltage slightly more. Haven't pushed past 1.280 V so I guess there's still a bit of room for it if that's the right parameter to change. If it's not I guess I just need a better cooler if I wanna reach 4.8 or even 5.0 ?

posted 2 months ago
#3346 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Do you mean 3% better performance compared to having an i3-8350K ? Or between 3600(X) and 9600K ?

posted 2 months ago
#3343 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Alright, guess things are settled for my friend's PC pretty much.
Now for mine, let's assume I've sold cpu+mobo+cooler to my other friend. I now need to buy all three : in that case, should I go for the 9600K, the 3600 or the 3600X ? Usage is the same as described in 2nd paragraph of #3337, and ideally I'd still want to overclock to get as much as possible out of my 1070.

posted 2 months ago
#3339 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Well a used 2700X sounds like a pretty good idea indeed, thanks for the suggestion I'll look into that. Any suggestions for mobos and coolers ?

As for me, I guess the GPU change doesn't really make sense after all, might as well wait some more for real big upgrades to come out.
As far as CPU goes however, my reason for saying I was probably gonna change both mobo and cooler were because I might sell CPU+mobo+cooler to another friend of mine who wanted a fairly cheap gaming build opportunity. I guess if he changes his mind I'll keep them and settle for a 4.5 GHz overclock on the 9600K instead of 4.8/5.0 so as to not have it fry.
But if he doesn't and I have to go for brand new CPU+mobo+cooler I'm still unsure what the better option is.

posted 2 months ago
#3337 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Thanks for the answer !
You say no mobo change would be required anyway, but would a B450 hinder overclock significantly on the 3600 ? Unless I'm missing the point and overclocking doesn't actually matter that much for film editing and rendering.

Anyway, turns out I might be interested in those CPUs myself too. I had been asking questions about the i5-9600K cause I wanted to buy one, but I'm starting to wonder whether I might make a better choice by picking the 3600/3600X over it. I will be overclocking it most probably, and will mostly use it in gaming scenarios, although I do sometimes do a bit of editing and run C, C++ and Python based programs. In both the Intel and AMD scenarios I'd probably get a new mobo and cooler (current MSI Z370 A-PRO and Be Quiet! Pure Rock on an i3-8350K @4.5GHz). But prices on the X-570 mobos seem like a real issue to me right now, so I'd probably settle for an X-470 I guess ? I don't know whether the non-X version of the 3600 is better or worse for overclocking either, nor what cooler or X-470 mobo I should go for.

As for AMD GPUs, I'm wondering whether the RX 5700 XT could be worth an upgrade from my GTX 1070 once aftermarket cooling solutions and drivers are fully sorted out. I'm currently playing at 1080p144 with a FreeSync compatible monitor, which is why I'd be interested in AMD GPUs. I don't think I will be making the switch to 1440p anytime soon cause I care about the refresh rate and would probably need at least an RTX 2080 to make really good use of 1440p144, not to mention screen tearing in that case unless I pay extra to get a G-SYNC monitor. My only concern is whether that decision would be enough of a future investment (e.g. will I be feeling like I should switch my GPU again in less than 2 or 3 years).

posted 2 months ago
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