bthylafh wrote:who shat the bed by changing the site without warning or engaging with the community, and by making some ill-considered front page posts.
bthylafh wrote:Adam wasn't able to keep the site going; I suspect that Scott's industry connections helped keep TR going as long as it did.
DrCR wrote:derFunkenstein wrote:because the new regime was unwilling to make any effort.
I still don't understand the new owners. Perhaps they are so wealthy that apathy has no pragmatic consequences to them?
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Wirko wrote:It could be (and was!) much worse in the early days of the New Tech Report.
JustAnEngineer wrote:This seems like an exciting time for a system guide update. We’ve got a new GPU architecture and a new desktop CPU architecture with PCIe 4 from AMD, a new fabrication process node from TSMC, generous price cuts from Intel and falling RAM prices. Next month will bring new workstation CPUs from AMD and refreshed higher core counts from Intel for half of their previous pricing. We haven’t had this much processor news in years.
JustAnEngineer wrote:Obvious troll is obvious.
No decade-old desktop PC is adequate for modern games.
Krogoth wrote:There's no killer mainstream application that makes desktop system over a decade ago woefully inadequate.
Meadows wrote:Nothing that's 10 years old is usable today unless all you do is browse the internet.
Krogoth wrote:A sizeable number of PC enthusiast have already given up chasing the constant upgrading wheel. The returns aren't what they are used to be unless you use your system for real-world work.