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|System Name||Starlifter :: Dragonfly|
|Processor||i7 2600k :: Athlon II x4 630|
|Motherboard||ASUS P8P67 Pro :: GIgabyte GA-770T-USB3|
|Cooling||Corsair H70 :: Thermaltake Big Typhoon|
|Memory||2x4GB DDR3 1866 :: 2x1GB DDR3 1333|
|Video Card(s)||2x PNY GTX1070 :: none|
|Storage||Plextor M5s 128GB, WDC Black 500GB :: Mushkin Enhanced 60GB SSD, WD RE3 1TB|
|Display(s)||Acer P216HL HDMI :: None|
|Case||Antec SOHO 1030B :: Old White Full Tower|
|Audio Device(s)||Onboard - iLive IT153B Soundbar (optical) :: None|
|Power Supply||EVGA 500w 80 Plus :: Wounded Corsair CX600|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro - Plex Server on Dragonfly|
Figured most your points use a similar logic. Thanks for this insightful discussion.
As for the actual topic at hand, that is, nVidia being sued for a drop in stock... I mean, I've shit on nVidia quite a few times on the forums for this and that, but this, I think is a bit ridiculous. I would hope that nobody with half a mind was actually relying on that bubble. I went and got two cards, on credit even, when mining profits were really good... but I knew full well it could implode on itself at any time. You've gotta be something special to get all up in arms when your risky investment blows up all over the launch pad. Surely the guys responsible for moving that kind of money knew this was possible... right? I would be inclined to believe nVidia's stock tanked because there was a boom in demand, from miners, and that demand dropped just like the crypto market dropped. That isn't nVidia's fault. Everyone was pissed at them before when they couldn't keep anything in stock, and now investors are pissed because the stock has dropped. nVidia can't win for nothing right now.