These will be 8nm. 7nm (if it ever arrives) will be reserved for their super refresh.
Newer bioses will continue to be locked out of undervolting. Try to find older bioses as those might have the ability to undervolt.
I wouldn't have expected anything else. After all Dell/Alienware is the Windows parallel of Apple. Soldered ram, soldered wifi card etc. No way...
"Congratulations, you just played yourself."
rip to the buyer
Well now we know why
Or maybe with those specs you won't be getting much beyond 30fps anyways so the problem kind of takes care of itself.
I'm inclined to think that they simply didnt have the hardware to verify it soon enough.
They didnt specify if the RT requirements were using...
Yeah going back to 60hz is unthinkable for me. It just feels so laggy and looks stuttery.
If a gpu isn't at 90%+ usage and the cpu is hitting 100% on any number of cores, you have a cpu bottleneck.
Its that simple.
So is this game cpu...
Just use a sponge with sandpaper, it will help distribute the force evenly across the heatsink.
Stop overheating yes. Make your cpu faster no, it'll be slower.
The best option would be to repaste to stop overheating and then let the cpu run...
Sounds like a pretty sweet deal. Nice catch
Needed? Maybe not
Nice to have? Absolutely
(Assuming your heatsink is one of the good ones)
Graphics wise theres no problem with it. People were complaining about the lack of physics that the original pc version had over the console...
First time I've heard of this method, thanks for sharing.
Those arent the right size and shape. Look for susumu ones.
No. That will reduce the tdp.
Also I just calculate the final resistance of the resistors to see how much more power it will allow you to draw.
Its actually safer and easier to replace the stock ones outright. That way you ensure the stock ones are undamaged from the soldering. It'll look...
Too much would be using R001 resistors or directly shorting the shunts.
I would recommend replacing the stock shunts with R004 shunts outright...
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