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By alexander1970, Aug 5, 2020
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OK,then I am very,very sorry,my Freind,no Repdigit....
Laptop, i use it for highschool so it doesnt need to be that powerful, most of the time its either running word or netbeans, plus if i truly want to play games my internet is finally fast enough to use steam link
Look who's talking Mr 9%, i m a console gamer and only use the laptop for browsing and multimedia, and for that its perfectly usable, i doubt your 2gb beast can handle anything above windows XP
Why do we need a website to tell us this? Isnt it obvious hehe.
Had a friend build it. I gave him a budget of $500. That includes the case, HDD, and "any" copy of Winders.
I tried to make one for my other device, my Chromebook Acer Spin 11. I had to lie and tell it my OS was Linux/SteamOS and the graphics card was a Integrated 620 even though its a 500.
lol that's a close race! I never thought I'd see another Athlon processor in this thread, what a surprise!
I'm sure your console is as outdated & prehistoric as your barely loading linux mint mate "PC".
We have the next Winner.
judging by how much hardware isn't listed on this website, it doesn't seem very good at all for comparisons
EDIT: as a bonus, here's my 3 other main systems i use
Not bad for a laptop I bought in 2015.
It's slowly falling apart but that's the least of my concern right now.
Only to remember:
It is not about how good or bad your Device is,only about the RepDigit you achieve.
Main gaming PC:
(although it's not a 3600x, just a 3600, but same thing). Plan on upgrading to the RTX 3070, whenever that pops out (assuming Nvidia doesn't bump the price up again) which will give me that glorious 1% I need for 100% rating ;O;.
My gaming laptop:
Razer Blade 14 2017, bought this early this year to replace my HP Envy x360 and so I could have a decent gaming PC to take around the house while watching babby.
Living room PC (used mostly as a media center, but occasionally I play VR titles on it)
Once I upgrade my main gaming desktop to the 3070, I'll probably pop the 1070 in this which will be nice.
Unfortunately the site doesn't let you choose 2x CPUs and stops at 64GB of RAM, otherwise I'd add my 2x Xeon x5680, 96GB of RAM, 750 ti server (which would probably score low cuz lul slow 1333hz DDR3, but eh ).
Congratulations,a Double Strike !!!
I'm still kinda new to the whole "Gaming PC World" But how does a 1050 TI+ graphic cards compare to next gen gaming? I have a 78% which is good but will it last me on next gen or no I'm kinda confused I guess I wanna compare it to the Series-S Xbox for next gen.
Utter shit. The next gen console GPUs should be functionally equivalent to like a 2080, probably. I say should for multiple reasons, but mostly because, y'know, they aren't even out yet so we have no idea what real world performance looks like, and we probably won't see the best either console can do until like 2026-27 when devs finally get accustomed to developing for the system and finally push the hardware to its absolute limits.
The 1050 ti doesn't even compare well to like the Xbox Series X or PS4 Pro, both are technically faster than a 1050 ti. The 1050 ti is a low-end GPU meant for medium settings 1080p gaming, whereas next gen is promising "4k 120fps!" which you'll never hit on a 1050 ti.
Thanks I'm looking at some games on the website that it cant run. I guess I can't complain I did buy it on sale for $600 last year. In the next few years I have to make a decision am I going to buy a Series-X or get a better gaming PC.
if the rx 580 didn't exist i would disagree
...in what way? He asked how the 1050 ti would compare to next gen, not if it were a good GPU, and it'd be utter shit compared to next gen. Otherwise, it's a fine GPU if you're strapped for cash and don't want an RX 580.