I'm building a new PC and it's my first time getting an NVME SSD. I'll be mostly gaming with some PS/Premier from time to time.
Is it worth saving the £20 difference between a WD Blue SN550 and a WD Black 1TB SN750? or is the performance bump worth it?
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On the product page it says it will have a copper base, no word on how many heat pipes though. Might be a better buy if MSI is being cheap with their coolers.
I wish I held of a bit before I got the K39 especially with the current release of cards. I found this a few months back.
A35 a little under 7L but you need a flex PSU and it's made from Acrylic but it seems like the perfect comprimise for size. If anyone knows of anything similar but made with...
I think the gerneral consensus is no as the 3070 requires far too much power and you won't get enough cooling with a single fan. Heck, it almost seems like a bit of a stretch if we will get a single fan 3060ti right now 😢
I'm not sure if any of you watch Moores Law is dead on YT (he does video on rumors and leaks about upcoming cpu/gpu products) but he seems to think that Big Navvi will be very close to the performance of the 3000 series cards but have better efficiency.
Maybe we will get better cards for ITX...