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|Processor||2500k \ AMD 3900X+NH-D15|
|Motherboard||ASRock Z68 \ ASRock AM4 X570 Pro 4|
|Memory||Samsung low profile 2x8GB \ Patriot 2x16GB PVS432G320C6K|
|Video Card(s)||eVga GTX1060 SSC \ XFX R9 390X|
|Storage||2xIntel 80Gb (SATA2) Crucial MX500 \ Samsung 860 1TB +Samsung Evo 250GB+500GB Sabrent 1TB Rocket|
|Display(s)||Samsung 1080P \ LG 43UN700|
|Case||HTPC400 \ Thermaltake Armor case ( VE2000BWS ), With Zalman fan controller ( wattage usage ).|
|Audio Device(s)||Yamaha RX-A820 \ Yamaha CX-830+Yamaha MX-630 Infinity RS4000\Paradigm P Studio 20, Blue Yeti|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Focus 650w \ Seasonic 750w MKII|
|Mouse||Steelseries Sensei wireless \ Steelseries Sensei wireless|
|Keyboard||Logitech K120 \ ROCCAT MK Pro ( modded amber leds )|
|Benchmark Scores||Meh benchmarks.|
Wintelfell. Get it?
Made me think of the POS WinChip |, not sure if thats what you were getting at. But you most likey will not see some thing like that as they be to worried about being sued.
I can't believe it. Seems that everything to do with computers has lots of serious security vulnerabilities in it, from Windows, to apps, to WPA2, routers, IoT and now CPUs of either brand.
Looks like computer security is a chimera. No wonder the exploits keep coming.
EDIT: Ok, reading some of the comments, it seems that the veracity of this report may be in some doubt. Let's hope it's fake, but I'm not holding my breath.
Whole reason ii stopped watching the news, and this seems like it's being treated the same kinda way. Until some thing else takes it's place.