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See how well you PC runs compared to other PCs like it by going to this link and downloading the program and running it.

I suggest closing other programs for best results. 

Here is mine: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/14136417
Good computers, what are those?
I did buy this laptop for only $138 though so it's to be expected
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/14137995
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/14027054

I actually did one of these just last week, when I upgraded my GPU. Glad to see we're still out here, pulling out own weight.
When you can't download program cuz Mac
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/31255720

i just need an expensive graphics card to flex.. not really a reason to upgrade my gpu because a GTX 1660 TI runs everything as of right now, but in the future the devs will create games to force me to upgrade to play them instead of supporting the older hardware. as long as i can play Cyber Punk 2077 without needing to upgrade, ill be fine.
(1st August 2020, 1:18 AM)Lego-man945 Wrote: [ -> ]https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/31261821

I can't stop laughing

Hey I'm not alone

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/31268836
(31st July 2020, 8:52 PM)Addy Wrote: [ -> ]https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/31255720

i just need an expensive graphics card to flex.. not really a reason to upgrade my gpu because a GTX 1660 TI runs everything as of right now, but in the future the devs will create games to force me to upgrade to play them instead of supporting the older hardware. as long as i can play Cyber Punk 2077 without needing to upgrade, ill be fine.

Devs aren't gonna be "forcing" you to upgrade, it mainly comes down to driver support which depends on your GPU maker which is NVidia in this case but they still technically support GPU's as far back as the GTX 600 series which is over 8 years old at this point. What you're gonna run into far before driver support ends is reaching a point of no longer having acceptable performance in games, for most people it seems 1080p 60fps (at atleast around low-mediumish settings) is considered sufficient and your 1660 Ti will definitely be good for that for a while and should have no problem running Cyberpunk 2077, albeit probably not at the highest settings. (Ultra is overrated these days anyway, Medium/High looks perfectly good and runs much better). Since you're currently running at 1050p you're even safer. Also, you had high background CPU usage when running that test, you running [email protected] on it or something? I'd close whatever it was and run the test again as that definitely hurt your score

Anyway, here's my results https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/31273944
Says my GPU is running below potential but I don't have the OC bios on the GPU enabled which might be it, I prefer the cooler temps but need to experiment some more with undervolting and maybe I could get back some of that performance while still maintaining cooler temps
(1st August 2020, 10:27 AM)David Wrote: [ -> ]Devs aren't gonna be "forcing" you to upgrade, it mainly comes down to driver support which depends on your GPU maker which is NVidia in this case but they still technically support GPU's as far back as the GTX 600 series which is over 8 years old at this point. What you're gonna run into far before driver support ends is reaching a point of no longer having acceptable performance in games, for most people it seems 1080p 60fps (at atleast around low-mediumish settings) is considered sufficient and your 1660 Ti will definitely be good for that for a while and should have no problem running Cyberpunk 2077, albeit probably not at the highest settings. (Ultra is overrated these days anyway, Medium/High looks perfectly good and runs much better). Since you're currently running at 1050p you're even safer. Also, you had high background CPU usage when running that test, you running [email protected] on it or something? I'd close whatever it was and run the test again as that definitely hurt your score

Anyway, here's my results https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/31273944
Says my GPU is running below potential but I don't have the OC bios on the GPU enabled which might be it, I prefer the cooler temps but need to experiment some more with undervolting and maybe I could get back some of that performance while still maintaining cooler temps

i was wondering why my CPU fan was going 4500 rpm and i thought it was hot and kept my pc turned off all night. i just now turned it back on and disabled [email protected] to run the test again and my CPU fan is not as loud anymore with [email protected] not running. wow, you were right as my pc is much better now that [email protected] is not running in the background. i will hit 100m and i should delete the app lol

www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/31290516
(1st August 2020, 7:26 PM)Addy Wrote: [ -> ]i was wondering why my CPU fan was going 4500 rpm and i thought it was hot and kept my pc turned off all night. i just now turned it back on and disabled [email protected] to run the test again and my CPU fan is not as loud anymore with [email protected] not running. wow, you were right as my pc is much better now that [email protected] is not running in the background. i will hit 100m and i should delete the app lol

www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/31290516

Ah much better, that made a huge difference
(22nd January 2022, 9:01 PM)JEEJAYEM Wrote: [ -> ]https://www.3dmark.com/spy/25762669

After OCing the CPU to 5.0ghz
https://www.3dmark.com/spy/26954480