doh!JohnC wrote:It is "there", not "their". How's that for an objective criticism?There is no need to "make an elephant out of a fly", figuratively speaking.
2nd part: it's not about me making a situation, having sold systems for a decade the elephant was always the money, the fly was the performance, it's why I constantly mention the cost in any response.
what I find on the web is nobody likes to factor in the cost, that inconvenient part, they dream, they push the synthetics and hate the real world.... which is sorta like the web in a way, more fantasy than reality.
if this happened no one would ever buy Intel for home use and the high end segment would have died back in 1996.johnC wrote:actually purchase whatever CPU he was thinking about, try it out in his specific environment (using specific apps/games which he uses with specific settings) and see if the performance increase was worth it, if not - he should return the CPU for refund or (if it is not possible to return it) sell it or give it away to someone else.