What motherboard should i go with for Ryzen 5 5600g?

Ryzen 5 5600x VS Ryzen 7 5800x: Performance-AMD’s latest high-end processors, Ryzen 5 5600x and the new Ryzen 7 5800x are a great option for those looking to build an affordable gaming PC.-Both of these chips can handle any game on the market at 1080p resolution with medium settings, so you’ll be able to play without lag or stuttering.. You might be curious as to whether or not you should ... The Ryzen 5 5600G will makes its way to the DIY market later this year so we'll get our chance to put the Zen 3 chip through its paces in a proper review. The Core i5-11400, which retails for $188 ... Also, like the Ryzen 7 5700G and Ryzen 5 5600X, the 5600G is based on a unified eight-core CCD design (with two cores disabled in this model), one that differs from the Ryzen 5 3600X and Ryzen 5 ... The Ryzen 5 3600 is the better choice at $175 for most people trying to save some money.; At stock, we found the 3600X to offer a very mild performance increase (5% or less) compared to the ... Discussion Acer nitro 5 ryzen ,speakers sound is very low , inaudible while playing movies, what should i do ? Author Date within 1 day 3 days 1 week 2 weeks 1 month 2 months 6 months 1 year of Examples: Monday, today, last week, Mar 26, 3/26/04 The Ryzen 5 1500X commands a $20 premium and offers a 25% increase in effective speed over the 1400. Although the 1400 only has a base clock of 3.2 GHz it should more or less match the 1500X when overclocked. Provided it is overclocked, the 1400 joins the other non-X Ryzen models in offering the best bang for your buck. Users not keen on ... The Ryzen 5 2600, from AMD’s second generation (Zen+) of high-end desktop Ryzen processors, supersedes the first generation Ryzen 5 1600.The newer generation sees a lithography reduction from 14nm to 12nm, but no increase in the number of cores and threads (6 and 12 respectively) over the ground-breaking first generation which continues to surpass similarly priced Intel CPUs in terms of ... The Ryzen 5 5600G is ~12% faster at both resolutions than the Ryzen 5 3400G. Against the 4750G, the 5600G's lead shrinks to 2% at 1280x720, and it provides identical performance at 1080p, but that ... The Ryzen 7 3700X is the next step up from the Ryzen 5 3600X in terms of performance and price. It's more expensive, but you get more cores, threads, and headroom in games and software.

2022.01.28 17:13 Nevix20 What motherboard should i go with for Ryzen 5 5600g?

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2022.01.28 17:13 marxistwithstandards Cursed_Reroll

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2022.01.28 17:13 Financial_Matter_474 SOBBING, CRYING, PISSING AND SHITTING LOVE THEM BOTH AHHHH

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2022.01.28 17:13 mklrams Where to buy organic (bread) flour and yeast?

I want to learn how to bake bread and it seems that yeast and flour are not great for baking bread (have checked the typical supermarkets, stach and ekoplaza).
Where can I buy organic flour and fresh yeast? Any recommendations?
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2022.01.28 17:13 MasterpieceEntire360 Nursing Professor Advice

Has anyone ever had a professor bully you? If so how did you handle it?
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2022.01.28 17:13 MixedSushi One of the best vods so far of 2022

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2022.01.28 17:13 Arnadus CoinTracker Attracts $100 Million In Fundraising To Enlarge The Platform

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2022.01.28 17:13 GavMac1205 1996 Chevy Beretta Z26 [2560x1920]

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2022.01.28 17:13 Kendrillion Some Holiday UI designs for the cancelled DecoBlog

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2022.01.28 17:13 long0tall0texan Yay me! New to me 92G Elite LTT

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2022.01.28 17:13 invincible319 we dont talk abt mud lol (this was rushed so no toxicity pls)

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2022.01.28 17:13 operator139 this is me failing

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2022.01.28 17:13 Canooter Can we please stop filling threads with “This is a repost!”?

Everyone wants to bitch about karma whoring, but anyone commenting “tHiS iS a RePosT” is doing the same shit. Just small scale. Just stop.
No one on reddit runs in the exact same circles. You may have seen it 6 times this week, but I haven’t seen it at all. So it’s not a repost to me, is it? Why does the fact that you’ve seen it before negate it as a post entirely?
Yes, I’ve seen reposts. Yes, I’ve seen karma whoring. Posting about does fuck-all.
If you run through the comments, there’s always someone who’s late to the party. How the hell can reddit claim to be the “Front page of the internet” when y’all trying to cycle through posts that fast? Fuck man, just let a post linger a little bit. Let it marinate. It’s ok. Commenting that you’ve already seen it just fills the comments with horseshit.
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2022.01.28 17:13 Straightnochaser871 Looking for picture books featuring trans* representations and washrooms

Looking for some good picture books featuring trans identities that also address washroom issues. I currently have these titles: Calvin, Julian Is a Mermaid and Casey's Ball.
I'm a teacher and unfortunately pushback regarding washrooms is rearing its ugly head. Thanks everyone!
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2022.01.28 17:13 RichForever999 Giving you all the tea BTC and the rest of its friends will be selling do not buy if you want to keep you money 🤑… thank me later 🤫…

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2022.01.28 17:13 freakingoutsa Blindly trusting your partner and never questioning them does not mean you have a healthy relationship

You hear it all the time. "Without trust, there is no relationship." Or "you just have to trust them. If you don't, you should leave them."
Hey, I could totally be wrong, and I know there are a lot of perspectives on this topic. I would love to hear yours!
I DO think that trust is very important, but I also think it is earned and can be broken very quickly. I don't agree with people who say that you should just trust everything your partner does all the time and never question anything. I also don't agree that you should start a relationship just completely trusting someone when they've given you no reason to.
I just get SO annoyed when you want to set a boundary and someone says, "you're insecure and you don't trust your partner."
You don't have to be okay with everything your partner does, and you are allowed to tell them you won't accept certain behaviors in your relationship. If they don't agree, then the two of you are incompatible. You do not have to put up with things you aren't comfortable with in the name of trust.
This is how you become a doormat. Obviously I think boundaries should be set in a respectful way and you should also abide by them, but I don't think that there's a such thing as an unreasonable boundary of what is and isn't okay with you in your romantic relationships.
If you disagree with me, let's hear about it. I'd love to hear your opinion.
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2022.01.28 17:13 huhrat Came across on Facebook…

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2022.01.28 17:13 JimieWhales Arizona looking to follow El Salvador

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2022.01.28 17:13 ergriffenheit A Complete Breakdown | Pity, Compassion, Sympathy, Empathy, Duty, Guilt, Ressentiment, & “Niceness”

u/Techno-Emperor asked:

What would you say is the difference between pity and compassion?
u/DynamiteDude44 said:
In German you can find the difference in the words: - pity = Mitleid -> to suffer with someone -compassion = Mitgefühl -> to feel with someone
This is a very interesting distinction in the German terms, but there is a bit more to it. “Mitleid” (‘pity’) was originally a translational loan-word to render the Latin word for compassion. This still leaves some muddy water between the words.
Compassion comes from the Latin compassio (‘com’ + ‘pati’), which means to “suffer with” or “endure with.” It’s a loan translation of the Greek sympatheia (‘syn’ + ‘pathos’) which is “suffering together” or “feeling together,” as pathos describes anything that touches the emotions.
Pity, on the other hand, stems from the Latin pietatem, which mean “piety, loyalty, duty.” In Old French it becomes pite, pitet, meaning “compassion, mercy, pitiful state, wretched condition.” Mercy shares the root merx (‘wares, merchandise’) with the word “market”; it is a gift, wage, or reward given to someone deemed to be in a wretched condition. When one receives “mercy,” one says merci (‘thank you’).
The word “pity” there gains its meaning of a “disposition toward mercy,” or a kind response to another’s suffering. What is lost between “pity” and “compassion” is the sense of togetherness. Instead, there is a sense of transactional duty, a display of one’s own piety… via “mercantile” exchange.
It’s relevant to note that duty comes from the Latin debere—a construction of de- (‘away’) and habere (‘to have’), meaning “to keep something away from someone” or “to owe.” From this, we get our term “duty-free”, as in “free from taxes or fees.” A sense of duty is a sense of indebtedness; one feels obligated to pay.
When one does not repay this debt, one feels a sense of guilt—a word which comes from the Old English gylt, meaning “crime, sin, moral defect, failure of duty.” Gylt is perhaps connected to the Old English verb gyldan (‘pay, repay, yield, punish, sacrifice to, serve, worship’), from which also come the words “guild” (‘group of tradespeople’) and “gild, gilt” (‘cover with a thin layer of gold’). Either way, inherent in the sense of “guilt” is the possibility of punishment or retribution—a type of exchange.
Here, again, we see the connection between “pity” and “piety” as worship, duty, obligation, displays of emotion, acts of servitude, and charity. Which is a step removed from the “compassion” which arises from shared experience, common understanding, mutual benefit and mutual loss. The relation of pathos between individuals becomes the more abstract, “pathetic” relation between an individual and “the Law.” Instead of feelings that are “communal,” pity leverages feelings that are “commercial”—this is what we call “virtue signaling.” Pity is a relation to a relation, not a relation in-itself.
Therefore, the difference between “compassion” and “pity” is the difference between “suffering together” and “suffering on behalf of.” It’s the difference between a genuine together-feeling (sympathy) and the personal imagination of oneself in the same “pitiful” condition (empathy, ‘in-feeling’) and feeling for someone.
Sympathy implies group experience, shared “subjectivity”—to be subjected (‘thrown under’) to something together. That’s why it often feels impersonal; it’s supra-personal. Empathy implies that an inward feeling is projected (‘thrown forth’) onto an object (‘thrown against’). Empathy feels extremely personal, but without experience, it’s completely empty—the projectile misses the target, the thrower “sins.” The dark side of sympathy is that it can be absolutely indifferent toward the out-group or outcast; it feels nothing, it annihilates what opposes its fellowship. The dark side of empathy is a hypertrophy of self-importance and self-abuse; it feels too abstractly, it infantilizes and demonizes. Sympathy and empathy work on two different axes.
It’s specifically this mixture of “self-importance” and “self-abuse” that characterizes pity. One is always “above” or “below” the standard, the Law. When below, it demands what is “basic”; when above, it “debases” itself. It says, “I cause myself suffering for you because I am above you; I feel guilty for being above.” Or it says, “I suffer alone because you are above me; you shouldn’t be above me”—which is the essence of ressentiment. This is a contractual “communion.” Where the law is ressentiment, the “higher” only redistribute from what they consider “even higher,” and the “low” pay no attention to what is “even lower.” Pity and self-pity reign.
Compassion says, “We suffer together because we are one.” Or it says, “We are different because we do not suffer together; we will not suffer together because we are different.” This is a “community,” a common unity of time and place. Sometimes it says, “If you’re not with us, you’re against us.” Sometimes there’s a problem with who “us” actually is.
Pity says, “Your suffering causes my self-suffering. Only you truly suffer, but I’m with you in spirit; here is some gold—the symbol of my own guilt, and a thin layer of reverence—I will paint you as a saint. That will signal others to suffer with you. (I hate to admit it, but I am a great artist.) And if you don’t bite, I will be the hand that graciously feeds you. But if you bite… let’s not discuss such things. If you play the martyr, I’ll play the savior... but I’ll be nice about it.” “Nice,” of course, coming from the Latin ne- (‘not’) + scire (‘knowing’)—originally meaning “unaware, ignorant” and in Old French meaning “careless, clumsy, weak; poor, needy; simple, stupid, needy, foolish.”
As u/Frivuloi said:
Pity sets one above the sufferer; compassion unites them.
For the Jungians: In this interpretation, the dichotomies between compassion/pity and sympathy/empathy roughly correspond to “extroverted feeling” and “introverted feeling,” respectively. Generally, introverted functions indicate the self-referentiality of an energy. They thereby work on the basis of projecting of subjectivity onto an object. In contrast, extroverted functions represent an orientation toward the object itself, without self-reference but taking a collective framework for granted. This is the basis of my interpretation of sympathy as a kind of “feeling outward” and empathy as a “feeling inward.”
Merci
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