I've been ask to put together a computer for my PHD, and I have a hard time picking a cpu. On one hand Ryzen should be better at multicore stuff like computation (r-r-right?) ind is not from Intel kikes, but on the other I would have to get a GPU which will cost extra, when I would be fine with intel integrated graphics since all I need is to display shit onto the monitor. Which should I get?
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HDDs are easily the most outdated technology that everyone is still using. Literally anyone who has used an SSD will tell you they are worth it. HDDs are so slow and ginormous and fucking loud, why the hell are we using moving storage in 2017???
>But SSDs are too expensive! You can get a 500gb for like $150 and often even less than that during sales. 500gb is easily enough for anything since games and the OS are the only thing you need on a drive anyway, put everything else online faggot. If you seriously can't afford to get an SSD you should not own a computer because HDDs are fucking worthless and outdated as floppy disks.