I don't feel guilty that I made $950 off of my 5700XT, let the rich fucks throw their pocket change at you.Tonny52 wrote: ↑07 May 2021, 23:31 Yes, I did sell the AMD card for insane profit. I feel guilty about making $600 from a card I bought for $370.
My main problem is that I don't know what to do when I start wanting to upgrade my PC. I am basically using the last well-supported generation of Intel (Z390+ is a little harder to work with) and same with GPU. While the 30 series supports 7, it does not support 8. AMD stopped supporting 8 in 2017.
A more notable problem is mentally, I have been using 10 for almost 6 years now. I wish I stayed on 7 back then so it would be easier to move, but I upgraded basically the day 10 came out. Haven't used 7 or 8.x for more than a day since then. It's mentally hard to also deal with how I can forget im on Windows 10 but occasionally have the bugs and stuff that remind me. When I'm on 7 and 8.1, I constantly see people saying "get off of those!" and flooded with a bunch of "not supported" and any information about 7 is on a forum from 10 years ago, so most of the answers are outdated. When I find more modern forums about it, most of the comments say to get off of 7 and to "move on".
If you want to upgrade your PC, you should probably max out at Ryzen 5000 and a 1080 Ti, or maybe one of AMD's newer cards. I'll probably do that, unless big.little doesn't make Windows 7 shit itself. Modern Nvidia cards and drivers are kinda shit for older games, even AMD fares better in that regard.
If you need any help moving to 7 or 8.x, just ask me or anyone here, they'll happily help you. If anyone on this forum pushes 10, I'll just straight up ban them. Those fuckers are too far gone, especially if they seek entertainment on a small forum like this. Also, plenty of 10+ year old answers are still relevant today, because Windows 7 is a 10+ year old OS.