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Old 11-09-2018, 09:50 AM   #11
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I would postpone a cpu upgrade till ED has finished the conversion to Vulcan and decide then which cpu to get.
That’s what I’m currently doing.
I know that the intel is definitely better now, and with the same number of cores will probably be a little faster even if Vulkan spreads the load.
For all that, the AMD route is a good deal cheaper, allowing an upgrade to the next generation VR solution when it arrives (I don’t believe it’s here yet).
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Old 11-09-2018, 04:19 PM   #12
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NEME can only help improve the loading speed and kill possible stutter, but helpless on FPS.
can you explain more? how does it kill stutter?
is it because of the access time? the asset being loaded, loads in 0.003 ms instead of 0.0035ms?

or is it because of the drivers? with the neme drivers being more efficient than the sata drivers?

i’d have to see some test results on this first.

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Old 11-10-2018, 01:05 PM   #13
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the 95w TDP is when all cores run @ 3.6GHz !



195w fits a lot better
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You can get the 9900k to 5.1-5.2 GHz, but it generates so much heat and really needs high-end cooler and PC case with good airflow. I have Cooler Master 360R AIO in Phanteks Evolv X case and overclock mine to 5.0 GHZ. CPU temp can get to 83C when stressed with benchmarks, probably approaching 90C with higher clockspeed.
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NEME can only help improve the loading speed and kill possible stutter, but helpless on FPS.
In my opinion, NVMe drives are no better than SATA SSDs for games.
I have DCS OB installed on my 970 NVMe and release version installed on my 850 SATA, and I cannot tell the difference in load times etc.
Now, when it comes to system stuff etc., the NVMe 970 wins hands down!
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Old 11-13-2018, 05:24 PM   #17
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Now, when it comes to system stuff etc., the NVMe 970 wins hands down!



Exactly !


Tho there are still things in system management landscape which are IPC limited by a single core, just been there when I did my reinstall and Acronis
12.5 UL recovery process. Sometimes the limit was 1 core at 5G full tilt.
Then, nothing helps but 5.1 or 5.2...if it matters at all for such tasks, you defo dont want a borderline OC for a Recovery Task ...or maybe yes
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In my opinion, NVMe drives are no better than SATA SSDs for games.
What about RAM? With a new build I have lined up, I thinking of installing 2x 8GB DDR4 4000Mhz Corsair sticks. I’m assuming there’d be an increase of some sort noticed since I’d be coming from currently using 16GB DDR3 at 1600Mhz?
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