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    C'mon.... It's pretty sexy for a 4-door...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrimpBrime View Post
    Gah, you can throw your 450HP number around all you want. Means nothing if your only turning in the 350 foot pound range. I'd call it a weak 450HP. But I still don't see how HP would be anything to compare to a cpu.

    While your using a 450HP gas motor (power saving on), I'll run the electric 450HP @ 0 rpm motor (power savings off) and have a race. But wait, that's not fair? A cpu goes from 800mhz to 3.8ghz in nano seconds. Still can't see a good way to compare this to your Gasser.

    However the engine and processor are cooled very much the same.

    So you can run air cooling and cool and quiet, I'll run full tilt with liquid cooling and just have 500WHP @ 0rpm

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    Thinking on power draw and comparing it to a car.

    Car not under load at 60 mph uses less fuel than when under load (could be carrying more weight for example) it would use substantially more fuel.

    Processor not under load uses less power when idle at 6000mhz than it would under a full load (using lots of transistors for compute).

    Both still at the same speed.
    It's 580lb-ft. We aren't talking about a Honda.

    Your same comparison would have the car at 60mph making more hp and torque to the wheels when under load. That's why it consumes more fuel. Again thats how an engine works.
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    Funny...... I thought this was a Zen discussion.

    Go figure?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdawall View Post
    It's 580lb-ft. We aren't talking about a Honda.

    Your same comparison would have the car at 60mph making more hp and torque to the wheels when under load. That's why it consumes more fuel. Again thats how an engine works.
    Your Mitsubishi then.... whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulcatcher668 View Post
    Funny...... I thought this was a Zen discussion.

    Go figure?
    Wrong... If you go back to somewhere within the first half on the thread, it's the Intel Turbo-boost thread!
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    He's right and let's get this back on topic. Analogies aside. We have a GD area if you want to continue the car talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulcatcher668 View Post
    Funny...... I thought this was a Zen discussion.

    Go figure?
    Oh but it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helgaiden View Post
    There you go... Trying to get Johan to pop an capillary in his brain.....

    Back to Ryzen. There was a thread somewhere, think gen. hardware in which a guy asked about the ATX Asus Prime B350. Anyone have any experience with that board?

    Edit: here's the link. If you know things, let him know

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    Im curious as to the best B350 board with VRMs for overclocking
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    Enough about cars

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helgaiden View Post
    Im curious as to the best B350 board with VRMs for overclocking
    Asus B350+

    If you're looking to push to the max, though, you'll want to go for one of the better x370 models.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helgaiden View Post
    Im curious as to the best B350 board with VRMs for overclocking
    Take a look at the ASRock AB350 Pro4 and ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4. If you look closely, the components are 99% the same and they use the same BIOS. The AB350 Pro4 is $20 cheaper and doesn't have the annoying (to me) red lights. The mATX version, the ASRock AB350M Pro4 has the same power circuitry in an mATX size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrimpBrime View Post
    Your Mitsubishi then.... whatever.
    It is a FERD you silly

    Quote Originally Posted by Johan45 View Post
    He's right and let's get this back on topic. Analogies aside. We have a GD area if you want to continue the car talk.
    *Truck talk you silly. This thread has been everywhere. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[itman View Post
    Asus B350+

    If you're looking to push to the max, though, you'll want to go for one of the better x370 models.
    Quote Originally Posted by DaveB View Post
    Take a look at the ASRock AB350 Pro4 and ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4. If you look closely, the components are 99% the same and they use the same BIOS. The AB350 Pro4 is $20 cheaper and doesn't have the annoying (to me) red lights. The mATX version, the ASRock AB350M Pro4 has the same power circuitry in an mATX size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
    The Ryzen 5 1600 did not do well in GTA V.
    Sure whatever you say, I must read things differently. I game on an FX and a 980 so the whole damn vid looked good to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johan45 View Post
    Sure whatever you say, I must read things differently. I game on an FX and a 980 so the whole damn vid looked good to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johan45 View Post
    Sure whatever you say, I must read things differently. I game on an FX and a 980 so the whole damn vid looked good to me
    The Ryzen rig got similar framerates to my 980M/6700HQ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdawall View Post
    It is a FERD you silly


    Well why the heck didn't you say so in the first place. Ford is faster than even Intel!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrimpBrime View Post
    Well why the heck didn't you say so in the first place. Ford is faster than even Intel!
    That is because the ECM is build by nvidia.
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