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New Gaming Pc Time? [hw Spec. Help]

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by 7orenz, Jul 25, 2020.

  1. 7orenz

    7orenz Active Member

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    Maybe for me, the time has come to go back to the PC.
    I'd like to have your opinion on the following hardware to better understand what weak points it could have on full HD (and on 4k with external Tv?)

    For about 2000€/$ Is it good enough or it is better to wait for something like i9 with rtx2080 and more RAM on next year? Thanks in advances.

    MSI GS66 Stealth 10SF-202IT (Notebook)

    CPU
    Intel Core i7
    Sigla processore: 10750H
    Velocità della clock (GHz): 2,6
    Max Turbo Frequency (GHz): 5
    Cache di terzo livello (MB): 12
    Marca chipset: Intel
    Tipo di Chipset: HM470

    Memoria Ram
    RAM: 16 GB
    Tipo di RAM: DDR4
    Ram Massima Supportata: 64 GB
    Numero slot RAM totali: 2

    GPU
    Grafica: NVIDIA
    Modello grafica: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q
    Memoria Scheda grafica (MB): 8000 (8 GB)

    Hard Disk
    Tipo di Hard Disk: SSD
    SSD: 1000 GB (1 TB)
     
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  2. fanta1682002

    fanta1682002 Active Member

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    ram change 32gb.rtx2080ti
     
  3. stujoy

    stujoy Well-Known Member

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    The clock speed of 2.6 GHz won’t be enough to run TSW as the minimum spec states 3.5 GHz.
     
  4. 7orenz

    7orenz Active Member

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    Maybe Im wrong, but I think 2.6GHz is the standard clock speed and that in gaming mode the clock speed will boosted to 5 GHz (Max Turbo Frequency). Anyway thank you for your answer.
     
  5. JJTimothy

    JJTimothy Well-Known Member

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    I hope you haven't dismissed AMD based systems from your deliberations- Ryzen CPUs are at least matching their Core iX equivalents at the moment in terms of performance and there's no contest when it comes to VFM.

    (Edit: VFM- value for money.)
     
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