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|Memory||Samsung low profile 1600|
|Video Card(s)||eVga GTX1060 SSC \ XFX R9 390X|
|Storage||Intel 80Gb (SATA2) WD 250Gb \ Team SSD+Samsung Evo 250Gb+500Gb+ 2xCorsair Force+WD250GbHDD|
|Display(s)||Samsung 1080P \ Toshiba HDTV 1080P|
|Case||HTPC400 \ Thermaltake Armor case ( original ), With Zalman fan controller ( wattage usage ).|
|Audio Device(s)||Yamaha RX-A820 \ Yamaha CX-830+Yamaha MX-630 Infinity RS4000 Paradigm 5SE + Tannoy Mercury F4|
|Power Supply||PC&Power 750w \ Seasonic 750w MKII|
|Mouse||MS intelimouse \ Logitech G700s + Steelseries Sensei wireless|
|Keyboard||Logitech K120 \ ROCCAT MK Pro ( modded amber leds )|
|Benchmark Scores||Meh benchmarks.|
Maybe AMD's way is better but it's wiser to do what nVidia started ?. As we all know companys have not really supported AMD all that well. And all so know AMD don't have shed loads of money to get some thing fully supported.That for sure is a good thing. My comments were just regarding how funny it is that after so many years of AMD promoting VLIW and telling everyone and dog that VLIW was the way to go and a much better approach. Even downplaying and mocking Fermi, well they are going to do the same thing Nvidia has been doing for years.
Not trying to say your wrong just saying we don't know both sides of the story or reasoning behind it.