Linux or Windows, Tablets to Slimbooks, APU's to GPU's. All tech talk goes here.
ive been enjoying Twitter since Elon took over.
I find the lefties extra fkn retarded though but i get to talk cash shit to them without repercussion so.
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@sintrix When EVGA does something they tend to do it right, even if it comes with an upcharge. Their GPU's were only slightly upcharged in price, but everything else is noticeably higher in price and aimed at the "pro" market section.
@redpillschool Still sad about the Nvidia partnership ending, I was all EVGA GPU's my entire life except for my very first and very last gpu. First one was a BFGTech 5500FX, and that company went extinct way long ago. Last one is an Asus TUF 3060Ti for two reasons, I caught a factory drop at factory price when the shortage still had people desperate and I have an Asus TUF motherboard and like the matching appearance.
Asus never gave me issues, I had a single motherboard (out of dozens I used) that was DOA in the late 2000's and that was swapped by them. I figured it was worth giving their GPU's a try and I held onto my GPU money for well over a year during the drought never getting lucky until that moment Newegg got a shipment in. 4 hours later sold out. I still consider it a good buy, that same GPU is only $30 cheaper now after the 4000 series got a rough start. I got that money's worth in the time between now and then.Read More
@redpillschool This post nagged my head and now Steam Decks are consistently in stock with no backlog. Now the pocket cash I saved for a few months is at a high risk of buying a Steam deck within the next few days. Will admit a Steam Deck would be a lot easier to whip out than my laptop, yet my laptop with the GTX 1650 and AMD 4600H in it is a sweet setup on my bed with it's cooling pad, hard mouse pad etc.
My logical brain keeps telling me to keep using that laptop, it's also Windows10 so no compatibility/runtime issues. I don't need deck-verified games or to mess with various Proton builds. But it takes me several minutes to get my "warseat" set up and get comfy, then if my kid needs me I have to move some stuff around. I wound up barely using the laptop and sticking 98% to my desktop.
A Steam Deck on the other hand is like whipping out my Miyoo Mini or 3DS, unzip the case, hit power button....and that's it. It's ready. This has me on the fence, it's neat and handy but if I have to use a Deck with a dock for extended gaming sessions I might as well get my laptop bag out and have a larger screen with more power.Read More