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About iAqua

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  • Birthday 01/30/2003

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  1. iAqua

    Stepping Down

    #yob4mgsl
  2. Happy bday :D

    1. Zeroh

      Zeroh

      Thank you!

    2. PizzaFromWalmart

      PizzaFromWalmart

      No problem

  3. iAqua

    Help me

    Alright, will do next time
  4. iAqua

    Help me

    Simply put, Core i5-equipped systems are less expensive than Core i7-equipped PCs. Intel has moved away from the star ratings it used with previous-generation Core processors in favor of a capability-driven marketing message. Essentially, the Core i7 processors have more capabilities than Core i5 CPUs. They will be better for multitasking, multimedia tasks, high-end gaming, and scientific work. Core i7 processors are certainly aimed at people who complain that their current system is "too slow." Spot-checking a system like the Lenovo ThinkPad T470, you'll find the Core i5 to be about $70 less expensive than a similarly equipped Core i7 system. For the most part, you'll get faster CPU performance from Core i7 than Core i5. The majority of Core i7 desktop CPUs are quad-core processors, as are the majority of Core i5 desktop CPUs. However, there are mobile versions of both processors that are dual-core. You might also see the rare six-core Core i5 or 10-core Core i7, but that's usually found with the desktop-only, top-of-the-line Core X and Extreme Edition models. Simply put, the more cores you have in your CPU, the faster it will perform. The Core nomenclature has been used for several generations of CPUs. Haswell, Broadwell, Skylake, Kaby Lake, and Coffee Lake CPUs use four-digit model names (such as the Intel Core i7-8700). Thankfully, unless you're shopping the used PC market, you'll only find Broadwell or older processors in closeout systems and budget PCs, while you'll find Skylake, Kaby Lake, or Coffee Lake processors in most new PCs. Older-generation Nehalem, Westmere, Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge cores generally have lower performance. The essential takeaway is that to get better performance in each generation, buy a processor with a higher model number. For instance, an Intel Core i7-7600U generally has better performance than an Intel Core i5-7200U. Hope this helps.
  5. iAqua

    Help me

    I would go with a 1070ti and an i7. I'm not really sure what that would cost where you live though I can get those for around $1000 Good luck and I hope you enjoy your new computer ;)
  6. iAqua

    100 years ago today

    Jesus :o
  7. Preview of my soon to come Sub Badges for Twitch, I LOVE these ❤️

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  8. Hiya, i'm now the official BTEC Aqua, deal with it <o/

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