Discussion in 'AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by Skramit, Nov 7, 2019.
That could give some serious performance gain
I'm looking at finally switching from Intel (9700k) to AMD, and was looking at the ASUS Dark Hero board.
I see that it referenced as Dark Anus on here.
Is it not good? Or just a funny nickname for it?
Wow big jump to ryzen, good luck
What would you do with the ryzen system?
Daily, work, gaming, OC ?
All of the above. I have the CPU and memory picked out, just after a decent motherboard.
hahahaha it's a silly nick name I made up for it. It's currently the best X570 board you can get.
go with dark hero then, no doubt about it. spent something extra for the board is a good thing. lot of features on DH
Yeah, I always try and pick mid-high end boards. Not my first rodeo Just wasn't sure with the funky nickname people were giving it.
A full AMD solution complete with nextgen CDNA gpu's. It will be located over in Perth and will be Australia's most powerful supercomputer.
Edit: a better source and news around Setonix - https://www.hpcwire.com/2021/07/05/...-data-deluge-from-the-square-kilometre-array/
Finally something that can run a modded Minecraft. I'll take 3 .
Looks like a Chia rig...
I did have a feeling that was the case, just thought I'd double check before laying out the cash haha.
We also like to call the other manufacturers names like Gigashat and AssRock. MSI boards need no nickname, they are just garbage.
Is Dark Anus. Is good
(it's good, get one)
I had an AssRock once. I had to take some tablets and sit in a warm bath for a while, and that sorted it out
Lisa Su approves.
Thank you for cutting the disgusting scene where obi-wan intelbi takes the win. This scene is heresy and false.
Thank you Brother for your faithful support. The nvidia deep fakes plumb new depths of indecency with their pathetic attempts of rewriting history and is a moral stain on society.
Under Lisa Su's eyes.
Edit: Meanwhile over at buildzoids...
Please show some respect.
Lisa Su is Mother to all my AMD children.
more cheap ryzen chips this time from klarna/pccg
5600x for 320
5800x for 470
5900x for 630
5950x for 900
anything between 100-2000 in value, go nuts.
looks like you can even grab some gpus for 25% off
There must be some serious money in late fees for some of the deals these bnpl schemes are offering to get people signing up.
I've just seen they perform credit checks when purchasing with them too, double nope from me. Cracking deal otherwise though, can't remember any other time where you could get 25% off components.
It's all the VC money being spent to try sign up customers in Australia, been lagging behind other BNPL providers. enjoy it while you can.