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  1. Uhhm no you won't get nowhere near this performance from a laptop for £650! For example just the the video card is several times better compared to a laptop! (for £650 laptop you get like an MX250 or GT 1050 tops) Every other component is just a lot better! And this PC is easy to upgrade, you will only have to buy a new graphic card, because the rest of the components will still be good in 2-3 years. (and maybe a hard drive because 500GB storage won't last long ) And this price includes a 24" monitor, compared to a 17" laptop that's huge If you want a 3rd gen ryzen with vega graphic then you don't need an X570 motherboard, those are waaay too expensive. Buy an MSI B450 MAX board, those are compatible out of the box with the new ryzen processor, a £70 B450M PRO-VDH MAX will do just fine (make sure it has MAX in the name because the regular B450 boards are NOT compatible with 3rd gen ryzen)
  2. I went over the 600 limit a little bit (about 50 more) but i think it is worth it. First the monitors. These are in the 115-135 price range, all 24", IPS panel, Flicker Free, Freesync monitors!!! Choose whichever you want. - AOC 24V2Q - Philips 246E9QJAB/00 - LG 24MK600M-B Now for the Desktop: Motherboard: ASRock B450M-HDV 53£ (or any other B450 motherboard will do, asrock, asus, msi doesn't matter) CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 110£ CPU cooler: comes with the cpu so freeee Memory: 2x8GB DDR4 3200MHz, (16GB total) brand doesn't matter. 60 £ Storage: Western Digital Blue 500 GB M.2-2280 SSD 56£ (or Kingston A2000 M.2 500GB or Crucial MX500 M.2 500GB) Video card: Asus Radeon RX580 4GB 135£ (or whatever other brand of RX580 the store has (I personally prefer Sapphire and Powercolor), but don't pay more than £150 for it because from £170 there are RX590 cards) Case: Fractal Design Focus G ATX Mid Tower Case 48£ Power Supply: BitFenix Formula Gold 550 W 80+ Gold 67£ So about £529 for the desktop, with the monitor it's about £650 total (prices could change a little depending on the store of course!) But the video cards come with a free game and an xbox pass
  3. If you want to game in 4k you are going to need a few thousand pounds! (just 1 thousand for a video card that can handle 4k) Don't worry about the Windows OS, you can buy used windows key on ebay for like 5-10 pounds. They are totally legal, refurbished keys. I wouldn't buy a prebuilt desktop. They aren't worth it usually. If you want I can make a PC part list for you and you can ask a computer store to build you a pc from those parts. So max budget is 600 pounds and you need a monitor too, right?
  4. I have that issue (or something similar) i see stuttering sometimes, but when i checked my FPS with MSI Afterburner it said 60 FPS all the time! I'm not sure if it is a bug or just my eyes bad
  5. Linux is no longer supported, you were lucky it was working at all before
  6. yes, it is changed. This year's FM puts the folders in a different locations on MAC. This is for MAC Catalina Now the files will instead appear in the following location: Users/YOUR Mac USERNAME/Library/Application Support/Sports Interactive By default this folder is hidden, so to access you need to do as follows: Open Finder Click ‘Go’ from the menubar Press and hold down the ‘Option’ (Alt) key This will bring up the ‘Library’, click to enter then go to ‘Application Support’ -> ‘Sports Interactive’ -> ‘Football Manager 2020’ So if your graphic packs are not showing in FM20, make sure you move them to the proper folder: Application Support -> Sports Interactive -> Football Manager 2020 > graphics
  7. @Christopher Lewis Just updated the game to 20.1.0 version, but the hungarian fixtures are still wrong Will it be fixed for the full release or I shouldn't count on it?
  8. people who say they have great variety of goals are on a newer ME (version 2016) read back a page or two to see how to get it
  9. go to steam library right click on FM2020 select Properties... and on the BETAS tab select the public beta option
  10. This year's FM puts the folders in a different locations on MAC. This is for MAC Catalina Now the files will instead appear in the following location: Users/YOUR Mac USERNAME/Library/Application Support/Sports Interactive By default this folder is hidden, so to access you need to do as follows: Open Finder Click ‘Go’ from the menubar Press and hold down the ‘Option’ (Alt) key This will bring up the ‘Library’, click to enter then go to ‘Application Support’ -> ‘Sports Interactive’ -> ‘Football Manager 2020’ So if your graphic packs are not showing in FM20, make sure you move them to the proper folder: Application Support -> Sports Interactive -> Football Manager 2020 > graphics
  11. I think this would be a great QOL feature, especially for players who play long saves and/or with a lot of leagues loaded. Currently the game only uses 1 or 2 thread most of the time when processing between 2 matches. The more years pass in FM the longer that time becomes. I think the FM19 benchmark thread (link here) show this problem quite well!!! In benchmark A and B (these are with the settings that the overwhelming majority of palyers use) an overclocked 4 thread CPU easily beats @EdL 's 16 thread CPU!!! I know this is not as fancy thing as the Development Centre but this would really improve the playing experience for everyone!
  12. I ran the test too, expected better results Computer Type: Desktop CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 @3.8 GHz OC GPU: Sapphire Radeon RX580 Nitro+ 4GB RAM: 16GB DDR4 3200 MHz CL16 OS: Windows 10 64bit 1903 Storage: 512GB NVME SSD Benchmark A: 1st run: 3 min 13 sec 2nd run: 3 min 19 sec Benchmark B: 1st run: 6 min 04 sec 2nd run: 6 min 22 sec Benchmark C: 1st run: 8 min 51 sec 2nd run: 8 min 55 sec
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