Just tons of people saying they should have gotten the 3080 and complaining about the price to performance ratio. The 3080 is super hard to find and is already above the 1000$ market and i would imagine it goes up again before the super. I just don’t get why under so many build posts people are crapping on the 3090. Mine works amazing and at this point i paid only a couple hundred more bucks then a 3080 is priced for so much less hassle
Photos here: https://imgur.com/a/67P8dz5
First build in ~20 years...I decided to get the best gaming PC little money can buy, for Christmas for my 11yo son -- and, in all honesty, for myself too :)
He was playing the likes of Minecraft, Roblox, and various Flash games online, on an old laptop.
The guideline for the build was: budget £400, best bang for the buck, cut corners where possible.
I got to have fun researching and building.
The kid got a gaming computer, an understanding of what's inside the black box, and hands-on experience.
We both had a great time together!
AMD Radeon RX 580 (SH): £125
Intel Core i3 10100F: £76
Gigabyte mobo: £58
Seasonic S12 III 550W: £50
256GB SSD + 2TB HDD: £0 (see below)
Crucial 2x8GB, 2666 MHz: £40
CiT Flash case + extras: £40
Mechanical keyboard: £22
* Grand total: £411. Close enough!
Do you think there's anything obviously wrong?
The long story, piece by piece.
Case: CiT Flash: £35
Could have saved £5 on something even cheaper, but it's a really small price to pay for side and front tempered glass panels and 4 oh, so bling fans! The kid loved it.The metallic walls are super thin, as expected. It's fine, just don't use it to hammer nails.
For the price, it turned out to be great: adequate hidden space behind the right panel for "cable management" (euphemism for the jumble of cables, but hey, they're out of sight), 4 very RGB fans (but not addressable, they just connect to a SATA power cable and there's a button to change modes)Unexpectedly, even the wife
loved liked it!
The 3 front intake fans were place very close to the front panel, but were easy to move further back inside the case for more adequate air flow. One exhaust fan in the back. Positive pressure FTW!
It even has metallic mesh dust filters on top (magnetic) and bottom (not).The one thing it does not have is a dust filter where it actually matters - the front panel, which brings me to...
Ghetto dust filters: £5
I ordered a pack of dryer sheets and a strip of magnetic tape to hold them in place, and covered the front fans. Sorted, and I tell myself it doesn't look too bad!
CPU & Mobo: Intel 10100F: £76, Gigabyte H410M S2H: £58
I was sure it will be an AMD system (Ryzen 3100) for the longest time, but was swayed to the blue side by lack of availability or price hikes. The cheapest Intel motherboards were also a b... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have played path for many years and whilst these days I invest a ton into off-meta builds I rarely get close too 30million CONSISTENT single target damage on any skill without using extremely expensive gear and even then I feel a ton of skills still fall well short of this
you also have to consider than most skills need some form of clear and of course defences which to get a reasonable amount for all content requires some fairly heavy investment for most builds, either in terms of trading off damage or high $$$ investment in game
I worry that players that are new or gullible may feel that 30mil dps is average and standard and will see themselves as terrible/assume their build or experience overall in game as a standard is sub par because they aren't hitting this "easy" milestone that others can so easily hit
I feel its time to stop with the POB warrior nonsense and stop measuring your gobble gobble size and creating unfair standard that people can't hit but think they should be
what do you guys think? am I the problem here? maybe I am just terrible at the game and I don't know how to build characters that can get 30mil dps easily at a low cost without giving up viability in other areas?
I mean maybe some meta skills can hit this kind of damage on a low budget without giving up viability in other areas but outside of the top 20% of played skills I just cant really see it, if you guys disagree and have some example pobs you can link me I am genuinely interested too see :)
Sorry about my poor grammar and potentially spelling English isn't my first language and I have some difficulties when it comes too typing/writing :P I hope this is easy enough for everyone to understand ^^
Original post by: /u/ThePhoenixRoyal
His post got mysteriously removed at the cyberpunkgame sub:
Edit: Removed my specs to avoid confusion.
Update from /u/ThePhoenixRoyal: > I have been informed by the mods the post only got temporarily locked by automoderator receiving too many reports about my post from salty individuals. The post is up again!
This file edit may or may not affect your game but a lot of people in the old thread can testify that it works! Best it can do is decrease loading time and eliminate some stutter and dips.
I used to run on only Low preset to get smooth 30+ fps with the stutter and dips when driving.
But after I applied my proper ram settings I can actually play on High settings at 45+ fps and driving doesnt stutter too much when looking around now!
#Make sure to make a copy of your memory_pool_budgets.csv before editing it! Location is:
Try opening the Cyberpunk2077.exe as "Run As Administrator" to make it work!
#/u/ThePhoenixRoyal - #Pre-Story 🐒
Hi, I played Cyberpunk for 14 hours now and was quite bummed from the start. I have the following rig:
My rig is normally a monster when it comes to performance, I can play the most recent titles on 1440p high on at LEAST 60 fps.
I was shocked that I was only averaging 30 - 50fps (lowest settings possible,1080p, 70fov, no extra jazz) at best depending on the amount of objects I was looking at. For someone that is used to play at 1440p @ 144hz, this was heart-wrenchingly bad performance and half an agony to play. So I took a look at CyberPunk in Process Lasso and noticed that both my CPU and GPU always lounge around at 40 - 60% and that my GPU consumed a humble 100 Watts. Something felt horribly off. It makes ZERO sense that my cpu & gpu barely do anything but a... keep reading on reddit ➡
My wife and I have two teenage children, and I teach them often on how to handle money now and when they are eventually out on their own. For whatever reason, my wife and I have never shared with them how much money we make or how much we have in retirement savings, but I’m now thinking that they are old enough for all four of us to sit down as a family and “show them the books.” Let them see how our budget works, let them see what we make and how much stuff REALLY costs, how we handle savings, etc. Perhaps even let them help us go through the budgeting steps and maintain the budget together over time. Have any of you done something similar? Any reason why we as parents should not divulge our actual numbers?
Edit: woke up this morning to so many great comments, and I thank each of you! And for additional context, our kids’ ages are 14 and (nearly) 16. The older one is very interested in making wise financial decisions, the younger one is more young-at-heart still.
I’ll start. I love [[tortured existence]] and run it in my [[lurrus]] deck to cheat out some bigger cards if I draw them. Even if I don’t, it gets crazy triggers off of [[syr Konrad]] and helps the deck run so smoothly for such a low mana investment. It’s under a dollar and I’ve never seen any other budget reanimation decks run it. 10/10 budget card, could not recommend more