Discussion in 'Chatroom Corner' started by Kaito, Jan 2, 2022.
Yea the title makes you think its trashy but its really a good message
grilled camembert with cranberry is the best food ever. I cant imagine a bbq party without it
The Brie went well paired with warm sourdough bread and a sprinkling of peppers.
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Well there was a lot of retcons for sure.
But yeah, not letting him use the rinnegan to its full potential was awful.
Retcons reminds me of Baruto becoz the amount of butchering I saw of original source was mind boggling
Considering a new laptop for office use. However, the wife says she saw a few good gaming laptop models (that I'd like) on sale for great discounts; says she's willing to take my Aspire 7 so I can get something more beefy.
But, here's the issue:
Ryzen 5 5600H + RTX 3060, with 2560x1440 display (15.6 inch)
Ryzen 7 5800H + RTX 3050, with 1920x1080 display (15.6 inch)
Both with 16 GB RAM in dual channel, 512 GB NVMe SSD, one free NVMe SSD slot.
They're both available for roughly the same price. One has the better GPU, but the other has the better CPU and I don't care much for the 1440p display.
Only other alternative is to keep my Aspire 7 and buy the wife a solidly built work laptop that is capable of multi-tasking; looking for something with Ryzen 5 5500U/5600U or i5-1235U/1240P (which are roughly comparable in performance to those Ryzen 5s mentioned here, according to notebookcheck).
You know of any models in Acer or Asus specifically with those CPUs, 16 GB RAM in dual channel (or 8 GB in single channel, so I can put in another 8 GB later), 512 GB NVMe SSD? As for size: 15.6 inch is a must since she absolutely needs the dedicated number pad. iGPU is enough since all she'd play is Age of Empires.
You bought a very nice HP work laptop a short while back, right? As I recall it's a Ryzen 5/7 5000 series U CPU with iGPU only. How is it so far? I might consider the same for the wife, if not an Acer or Asus model.
Dad got discharged from hospital.
You honestly seem to get cucked either way.
The 3050 model seems like the more rounded option. but idk how your current laptop stacks up, might be better getting her a new one if yours is ok, but if yours is slagging then you might be better with the new one.
I have no idea on specific laptop models, I just don't look into them enough.
Oh, good to hear!
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Yeah, it's a shit combination. If it was available with only 1080p display, then I'd go for it since the Ryzen 5 5600H is a beast that trades blows with 10th gen i7-10750H/10850H and the 11th gen i5-11400H hexacore in gaming (all while consuming two-thirds as much power and running much cooler).
But the 1440p display is not worth it, especially considering the extra heat and battery consumption.
There are apparently a couple of models with Ryzen 5 5600H and RTX 3060 with 1080p 144 or 165 Hz displays, but with 1 TB HDD.
> In a gaming laptop
> In ******* 2022
**** off with that shit Lenovo and Acer. Just **** off with that shit.
Asus doesn't have any models with Ryzen 5 5600H and RTX 3060; only Ryzen 7 4800H/5800H with RTX 3060, but they're priced a tad high and build quality apparently is unsatisfactory for the price range (yeah, this is the Asus TUF series).
Dell has such configurations in a right price range but they have shit build quality, terrible battery life, and horrible displays with PWM.
Yeah, especially since it has the far more future-proof CPU. But moving from a GTX 1650M to RTX 3050M (which also has only 4 GB VRAM) is probably not worth it. It'd probably be more worth it to go from GTX 1650M to RTX 3060M, but there is not much of a CPU power jump and there is the worthless 1440p display in 15.6 inch for a GPU that isn't suited for such.
It's actually holding up well. Halo Infinite campaign runs on 1080p and low settings at 60 fps and multiplayer on medium at 60 fps (can't squeeze out more because of 60 Hz display). And the Ryzen 5 5500U punches well above its weight; it's comparable in gaming performance to an i7-9850H but with less than one-third the power consumption and running cooler. Battery back-up is also surprisingly great.
I would want to upgrade only for the sake of running Infinite in higher settings and may be Crysis 4 (which is going to be ******* demanding, but I'm not sure if I'll even get that game).
This is why I considered just getting the wife a work laptop with iGPU and calling it a day.
Understandable. More of a desktop guy, right?
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