This is a post from the cracker. get a load of this...
"In previous games like Sgw3, Nier, Prey there were only about 1000 “triggers” called, so we have x300 here. Next – 300,000 called “triggers” were just warmup for Denuvo, after 30 minutes of gameplay it became 2 f’ing MILLIONS of called “triggers”. Protection now calls about 10-30 triggers every second during actual game play, slowing game down. In previous games like Sgw3, Nier, Prey there were only about 1-2 “triggers” called every several minutes during game play, so do the math.”
Sadly, once again the vagaries of Ryzen memory support came into play with the 1500X. The same board, same BIOS, same DIMMs, and yet with the 1500X it couldn't manage to hit 3,000MHz. You're right though, I should have made the point in the article, but it slipped my mind as I was putting it together.
I believe that's with AMD's 20c offset applied, none of them run that hot.
57C at idle is still 57C unless AMD have created a new temperature scale.
You're absolutely right, and as soon as I've got a couple of sticks capable of running at those speeds in the AM4 test board I'll retest. Hopefully we should have some soon.
no surprise really, a good portion of liberals have fully embraced fascism and believe that anyone who thinks differently is a threat that should be eliminated. The fact that they can't win arguments and instead resort to censorship, claims of racism, and violence, proves that.
well, technically it is biased, because if Trump didn't win, this article wouldn't exist. however that wasn't the point I was going for at all.
the point I was trying to make was about the fact that more and more articles are downright click-bait and riddled with SEO keyword cancer, speaking of cancer, those year old posts showing that they were posted a few hours ago because somebody added a paragraph to it, all without putting any highlight/indication of said additions.
fair point about the esports / moba gets a patch posts, as somebody who does play some of those games this is the last place I'd consider checking for patchnotes because there aren't even any categories, everything is just thrown together into one pile. which is also one of the reasons I absolutely loathe this type of post, because I have to scroll past it in the hopes of finding something I'd be interested in.
take that as you will, that's just my opinion of it.
Oops, I didn't really clearly state what I was asking for: Why would those articles make you leave? If it's not affecting the other content and can be pretty easily ignored, it seems like an extreme reaction.