- Jun 1, 2011
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|Processor||Intel i7-9700k @ 4.9ghz|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte Z370 AORUS Gaming 3|
|Memory||16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000mhz|
|Video Card(s)||Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti OC 6G|
|Storage||Crucial MX500, Western Digital 550N NVMe, Crucial P1 NVMe, SanDisk Ultra 3D, WD Blue 3D|
|Display(s)||LG 27GL83A-B & Dell - SE2717HR 27"|
|Case||Phanteks P400A w/ Noctua fans|
|Audio Device(s)||Klipsch pro-media 2.1 speakers|
|Power Supply||Seasonioc Focus Plus 650w|
|Keyboard||Logitech G15 original|
|Benchmark Scores||i can finally play crysis|
Your entire argument is basically "people who only upgrade every 5-6+ years don't care about playing modern games"
If you can't see how absurd that logic is, there's no point discussing further. Some people will and some won't. For those that will, paying >MSRP is not an unreasonable possibility.
Not really surprising you failed to understand my point (it's not an argument) which is;
"people who only upgrade every 5-6+ years
are more likely than not already fine with
1080p medium settings 30fps
especially if they are only two years into that cycle and getting much better results than what you mentioned above. As well as the absurdity of anyone stating to anyone else that their gaming enjoyment
because it doesn't meet your specific desire of performance.doesn't count.