I just turn down the settings, luckily I'm only on 1080p so its not too bad.
ITT: People with too much money :p
They didn't do any early reviews for Zen 3 AFAIK. Just seems to be the way they do things.
No not massively, certainly not 4 gens in.
It doesn't for me, and it is objectively worse value than the 3000 series at the 6 and 8 core level.
It's because there has been a considerable regression in the price/performance at the low end? If we go by AMDs numbers, the value proposition is...
How about under £250 for a 6 core Ryzen 5?
What I don't get is why you are desperately defending bad pricing? How does it benefit you?
As a percentage difference it is pretty big.
I'm not looking for cheap 6 cores, I'm just saying the new AMD processors aren't good value.
Not from what I've seen, certainly not at the lower end. Price/performance down from the previous gen. The Turing of CPU releases.
I understood it, pretty simple.
The cheapest 6 core 3xxx series CPU is vastly cheaper than the cheapest 6 core 5xxx series. Same for the 8 cores....
Too expensive really, especially at the low end. Intel are starting to be price competitive.
Actual adults get considerably more flustered about people kicking a ball around a grass field.
Have you added VAT and UK pricing on to that?
It's only been one generation of rip-off pricing from Nvidia, please don't say you are conditioned by that yet? :p
The 1070 partner cards were...
£500 isn't mainstream...
The 3070 should be £350 - £400 for me to be 'happy' with the price.
Perhaps not in SSD performance, especially if the PS5 number are true.
Correct, I meant 16GB!
I want build a new high end gaming PC with a budget of under £3000. The below is what I've come up with. Does anyone have any...
As is your AMD hate.
Similar, I want Fractal to release a Meshify C2 with updated front IO. It's been 2 ish years since the first came out, surely its time for a refresh!
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