- Feb 11, 2009
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|Processor||Intel Core i7 2600k|
|Motherboard||Asus P8P67 LE Rev 3.0|
|Cooling||Tuniq Tower 120|
|Memory||Corsair (4x2) 8gb 1600mhz|
|Video Card(s)||AMD RX480|
|Storage||Samsung 750 Evo 250gb SSD + WD 1tb x 2 + WD 2tb|
|Display(s)||Philips 32inch LPF5605H (television)|
|Audio Device(s)||Focusrite 2i4 (USB)|
|Power Supply||Seasonic 620watt 80+ Platinum|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro 64bit|
Its not about calling anything a "ripoff", the problem is Asetek claiming an "industry's first".In fairness here, Sapphire may have had the idea before Asetek (tho iirc Thermaltake was the oem for sapphires design) however it was more of a failed concept than a functional product. It was rated for 120w and it's radiator was essentially just a regular heatsink with the coolant piped through the heatpipes.
Giving Sapphire credit for the concept is one thing but saying Aseteks design is a ripoff of theirs is like saying the occulus quest is a ripoff of the virtual boy.