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antinomy: So if you lack of sex, VIA's here to help you (rofl) Aug 6, 2022 18:15:01 GMT -5
antinomy: Nano has twice performance for same clocks against the older C7. But compatibility is a bitch. Bench(f**n)mate won't run on it, W10 didn't run too (maybe there is some build that will), some benchmarks are finicky about VIAs. Aug 6, 2022 18:14:45 GMT -5
antinomy: The architecture has changed a few times. C3 is like the stone age. Superseeded by C7. Don't remember about IPC but the bus changed from P6 arch (Pentium 2/3) to quad-pumped (Pentium 4/Core2). Then it has been replaced by Isaiah architecture (VIA Nano). Aug 6, 2022 18:12:45 GMT -5
austin86: yeah the c3 was a slow chip, some of the zhaoxin CPUs use VIA architecture too. Aug 4, 2022 11:28:46 GMT -5 *
Mr.Scott: Exactly Aug 3, 2022 19:31:30 GMT -5
Macsbeach98: And dont go much better either :| Aug 3, 2022 16:34:57 GMT -5
Mr.Scott: I have a few VIA's. Not much different than PIII's. Aug 3, 2022 15:21:08 GMT -5
ShrimpBrime: No, haven't gotten into VIA processors actually. Figure try and recoup the spending on the board even though I really like it. Aug 3, 2022 10:56:14 GMT -5
austin86: Have you ever played with VIA CPUs? they have some very low TDP. many are sub 20w Aug 3, 2022 8:30:33 GMT -5 *
austin86: Cool idea. the b660 is a good chipset albeit a little simple. I do have a Asus csm board so my experience could be gimped. Aug 3, 2022 8:30:06 GMT -5
ShrimpBrime: Try to build a sub 100w system. Then maybe sell it. Just a thought at this point. Bit have a B660-I it would work perfect with. Aug 2, 2022 16:18:44 GMT -5
austin86: I almost got one of the faster Pentium's, what will you be using it for? Aug 2, 2022 9:05:30 GMT -5
ShrimpBrime: I was thinking of building with a celeron or Pentium gold. Like 59 bucks for a dual core lga 1700 Aug 1, 2022 20:25:13 GMT -5
austin86: I got my 12100f on ebay for about 96 dolors before tax/shipping. its a lot of CPU for the price Aug 1, 2022 8:09:56 GMT -5
ShrimpBrime: Celeron and Petium gold are both under 100 bucks. 12th gen. Aug 1, 2022 7:35:53 GMT -5 *
george: my workshop 5600G been really rock solid, not one hick-up so far, pulls good. wife's old i3 still pulls good also, though I do not have experience of the newer i3's though. Jul 31, 2022 20:01:19 GMT -5
ShrimpBrime: the kids 1st and 2nd get chips to 5000 series. APU for my Daughter I think and 5600X for my youngest son. Jul 31, 2022 14:19:42 GMT -5
ShrimpBrime: It's the fastest thing I've ever messed with. Haven't tried AMDs 3000 or 5000 series chips. I was underwhelmed by the 1st two generations that I couldn't bring myself to shell out another 350$ again. 2700X, maybe later this year, or Xmas gift I'll upgrade Jul 31, 2022 14:19:09 GMT -5
austin86: The new 12th gens are some rather odd but good CPUs. I have a 12100f and wow is it fast for an i3. Jul 29, 2022 14:05:13 GMT -5
ShrimpBrime: (continued sentencs.) By overclocking the cpu. I did manage to get decent latency as well. Totally stock system, AIDA reports nearly 100ns latency (ouch!!!) With some overclocking, get it under 60ns though. So that's good. Jul 28, 2022 17:03:13 GMT -5
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