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Old Nov 12, 2021, 07:12 AM   #1
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Old Nov 14, 2021, 04:39 PM   #2
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For such a low penalty in gaming performance vs the convince... I'll be sticking for now to what was originally an Intel install. Although I'm already eyeing a 1Tb PCI-E NVME as my new boot drive and at that point I'm going for a clean install.
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For such a low penalty in gaming performance vs the convince... I'll be sticking for now to what was originally an Intel install. Although I'm already eyeing a 1Tb PCI-E NVME as my new boot drive and at that point I'm going for a clean install.
In gaming is not a small penalty.
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Old Nov 15, 2021, 06:44 PM   #4
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A maybe 10% potential loss to the avg frame rate of some games is low enough to not be overly concerned about.
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A maybe 10% potential loss to the avg frame rate of some games is low enough to not be overly concerned about.
10% is not a lot? Man must be some crazy FPS you're pushing
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10% is not a lot? Man must be some crazy FPS you're pushing
It's not when the performance boost gained by doing such upgrades can be large. Like me jumping from a i7-4770k to Ryzen 7 5800X.

But again, look at the numbers in the video. Your not loosing much vs the convince. But it's worth the clean install of course.
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My Windows install has survived an A12-7850K APU build -> Ryzen 1600X -> Ryzen 5800X. Surprisingly it was the last upgrade which caused me the most trouble.


I've also managed to convert it from an MBR installation to a GPT one in preparation for Windows 11.
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A maybe 10% potential loss to the avg frame rate of some games is low enough to not be overly concerned about.

i am more interested in low's...In Cyberpunk is 13 % loss and Watch dogs leggion is 20% loss in framerate.Those are a few games.
On the other hand the biggest issue is if you have crashes after boot drive migration.It will be very challenging to diagnose.Is not worth the time.
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For such a low penalty in gaming performance vs the convince... I'll be sticking for now to what was originally an Intel install. Although I'm already eyeing a 1Tb PCI-E NVME as my new boot drive and at that point I'm going for a clean install.
I just installed a 2TB Samsung 980 Pro (replacing a 512GB Samsung 950 Pro) a couple weeks ago and the difference is notorious. I initially cloned the drive (after upgrading to Windows 11) but ran into so many issues (duplicated recovery partitions thanks to broken Win10 installer and no NVME express driver thanks to Intel RST) that I decided to do a clean install, it's even better now

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i am more interested in low's...In Cyberpunk is 13 % loss and Watch dogs leggion is 20% loss in framerate.Those are a few games.
On the other hand the biggest issue is if you have crashes after boot drive migration.It will be very challenging to diagnose.Is not worth the time.
And that fair, but it's minor vs the convince. If I ran into any issues, I would have formatted ASAP.

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I just installed a 2TB Samsung 980 Pro (replacing a 512GB Samsung 950 Pro) a couple weeks ago and the difference is notorious. I initially cloned the drive (after upgrading to Windows 11) but ran into so many issues (duplicated recovery partitions thanks to broken Win10 installer and no NVME express driver thanks to Intel RST) that I decided to do a clean install, it's even better now
Yea I'm eyeing the 1tb version of the same NVME drive Lmchv. Although I might go with the 500Gb to save a buck and to continue to discourage myself from storing stuff on my OS drive
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Yea I'm eyeing the 1tb version of the same NVME drive Lmchv. Although I might go with the 500Gb to save a buck and to continue to discourage myself from storing stuff on my OS drive
I use 300GB for the OS and 1.7TB for games

I also have a 2TB EVO Plus for archive (replicated to the cloud)
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