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Windows 11 Free Upgrades Won't Arrive Until Next Year

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@SpookyZalost So I bought a few versions for "testing Wink ", Keyless, there are enough offered in various forums
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(October 18th, 2021 at 12:41 AM)SpookyZalost Wrote: @zoldos I know mine isn't lol, mine is an amd FX series 8 core CPU, an 8350 I think? 3.5ghz But I've got it over clocked to 4.2 with a 4.8 turbo.
That 32gb of ddr3 ram and a GeForce 1060gtx... Windows 11 is incompatible.

I have an AMD FX8150.  It's overclocked to like 4.10 ghz along with 32GB ram and a Geforce GTX960.  The only upgrades I'm making soon are a 2TB SSD, new media keyboard, speakers, and a new sound card. Smile
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@zoldos ya those amd FX cpu's are insanely futureproof through raw horsepower.
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(October 20th, 2021 at 5:23 PM)SpookyZalost Wrote: @zoldos ya those amd FX cpu's are insanely futureproof through raw horsepower.

Agreed.   I still find it very fast.  That combined with an SSD and it rocks.
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@zoldos that's why the windows drive is an SSD... As far as Linux... It's fast enough on its own that despite being on a mechanical drive it's still more responsive than the windows ssd, faster boot times too but I'm not sure if this is because of windows bloat or Linux is just genuinely that much faster by default.  I'm running pop-os on the Linux side so it's not like it's Gentoo or something which due to it's method of compiling software rather than installing binaries should be blazingly fast, but it still is at least 3 to 5 times faster than windows 10.

I'm kinda reluctant to do anything with windows 11, I only just upgraded to 10 from 8.1 this year for cyberpunk 2077 due to direct x 12 not supporting windows 8.1.

I would like to note btw that an SSD makes Linux boot just about instantly on Ubuntu, pop, mint, etc so it's kind of overkill unless you want it to be booted in under 5 seconds including post which is the bottleneck at that point anyway.
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