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  1. Hey Everyone! We are nearing 2020 and I am working on updating some of the video card benchmarks and I want people's thoughts. What games would you like to see in future video card reviews? Also how about what do you think is a throwaway in the current set. It current takes 7-9 hours to benchmark a single card. It consists of about 80 benchmark runs in total (for each card) just to give a idea of the time invested needed to make all these charts. Here is what is being currently used: Ashes of Singularity Borderlands 3 Call of Duty F1 2019 Far Cry 5 Ghost Recon GTA 5 Metro Exodus Civilization 6 Shadow Tomb Raider Division 2 I made a list of some popular titles to pick from. You have something not on the list, pick Other and list it below. Thanks!
  2. Crucial's been marketing their BX100's like crazy. They're basically budget SSD's, and their first SSD product that uses the Silicon Motion 2246EN controller (with 16nm 128Gbit NAND), It also has no M-class features like hardware-accelerated encryption or SLC caching. No official reviews out, and it's not priced like a "budget" SSD, either. Don't get me wrong, I love Crucial's SSD's. Most of my SSD's are from Crucial. I just don't like where they're going.
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