It tends to depend on many factors.
There's a guide on the forums
Hold your horses, Hawaii was designed to constantly run at 94 C.
Try running the included benchmark, as already stated.
Actually, it shows up for a few seconds at the bottom right corner of the screen.
Easy to miss. :)
Safe to say, It was a good upgrade for you. :)
As @sverek stated, if you are getting 60 FPS in the most demanding games, the CPU is perfectly fine. However, as @HeavyHemi also pointed out, some...
I honestly don't think processes running in the back ground take up enough cycles to be significant.
That said, I do agree for multitasking you...
More cores introduce latency due to complexity, and result in no benefit due to the largely asymmetrical nature of games. However, there are a few...
Radeon Chill uses an intelligent algorithm to reduce GPU and power usage when it deems it unnecessary, which results in FPS hovering between a...
Radeon Vega cards can only physically consume a maximum of 375 W of power from the PSU.
A Radeon Vega 64 can not possibly consume 340 W when the...
Thanks, @chispy :)
Even moar free games. :p
Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition...
Yes, heard good things about this game. :)
Moar free games. :D
Still to test this driver, but looks like YouTube videos might not need 100 watt any more. :)
Just have to wait for the May update now, and possibly a re-released WHQL.
Looks great for what it is. :D
Can't say the same about the price tag, but getting one custom made may be an option for some. Still, Thermaltake...