- Feb 20, 2019
- 2,150 (2.90/day)
|System Name||Flavour of the month. I roll through hardware like it's not even mine (it often isn't).|
|Processor||3900X, 3600XT, 2700U|
|Motherboard||Aorus X570 Elite, B550 DS3H|
|Cooling||Alphacool CPU+GPU soft-tubing loop (Laing D5 360mm+140mm), AMD Wraith Prism|
|Memory||32GB Patriot 3600CL17, 32GB Corsair LPX 3200CL16, 16GB HyperX 2400CL14|
|Video Card(s)||2070S, 5700XT, Vega10|
|Storage||1TB WD S100G, 2TB Adata SX8200 Pro, 1TB MX500, 500GB Hynix 2242 bastard thing, 16TB of rust + backup|
|Display(s)||Dell SG3220 165Hz VA, Samsung 65" Q9FN 120Hz VA|
|Case||NZXT H440NE, Silverstone GD04 (almost nothing original left inside, thanks 3D printer!)|
|Audio Device(s)||CA DacMagic+ with Presonus Eris E5, Yamaha RX-V683 with Q Acoustics 3000-series, Sony MDR-1A|
|Power Supply||BeQuiet StraightPower E9 680W, Corsair RM550, and a 45W Lenovo DC power brick, I guess.|
|Mouse||G303, MX Anywhere 2, Another MX Anywhere 2.|
|Keyboard||CM QuickFire Stealth (Cherry MX Brown), Logitech MX Keys (not Cherry MX at all)|
|Benchmark Scores||I once clocked a Celeron-300A to 564MHz on an Abit BE6 and it scored over 9000.|
Huh, interesting.Arctic are a Swiss/German company and Asetek's patent is only defensible in the USA. They simply won't sell this product in the US.
Competition is good for progress and improvements, and that patent is a disaster - but thankfully the global market is a truckload bigger than just the US.
I should spend more time looking at the Asian/Euro AIOs!