For workstation machines Ryzen should be great. Being able to get a 16-thread CPU for just $320 ought to do great things for any multi-threaded software.
see...? your opinion about youtubers aint that far from mine. AT least I am consistent about it
youtubers? That's a large and diverse group to lump together
a game doesn't teach you anything about fighting, the majority of players know death is just an inconvenience in games so they don't even try to strategize they just run and gun knowing if they die they will come back and might get lucky the next time.
so really if you went up against real people in real life who want to live they would fight very very differently.
it's like they can claim that the optic feedback in games does help with people learning to snipe, but when you factor in the physics of distance and wind speed/direction not to mention other things you wouldn't think of making a shot would be a million times harder than a game that just shoots in a perfectly straight line every time.
I'm planning on buying the regular R9-FURY-4QFA. It does I think 56c at full load which is still the coolest of them all and easy to clean. I hear ya about the 1060 but I am an amd fan. Turned my back on NVidia after the 295. Was an NVidia guy since the 5200 lol and only bought their best. I had very bad experience and none so far with amd. Been very happy, since the first one I had which was the 3870x2
Ouch, not surprised you turned your back on the green team after the GTX 295 nightmare... support, what support?
The RX 480 8GB is now a great price and it's a real close run thing between that and the GTX 1060 for my favourite card right now.
We'll have all the details soon - but *spoiler* you're right to be excited ;)
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