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|System Name||White Rose ( https://imgur.com/gallery/l7Lg4Wj )|
|Processor||RYZEN 7 2700|
|Motherboard||ROG STRIX B450-i|
|Memory||Patriot Viper Steel DDR4 4000Mhz 16Go PVS416G400C9K|
|Video Card(s)||ASUS STRIX 1080Ti OC|
|Storage||SAMSUNG 850 EVO 500GB + ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 512 go|
|Display(s)||SAMSUNG U28D590D 4K 28''|
|Power Supply||CORSAIR SF600|
|Mouse||Logitech G203 Prodigy|
|Software||Windows 10 1909|
You suppose wrong , as i said buy whatever fits your needs and wallet as far as im aware nobody forces you to spend 1200 bucks on a GPU !Im never, ever fine with paying the price of a whole mainstream low end PC on a Gpu($1200)
That too I suppose is a stupid personal stand.
The stupid stand is to not buy from X or Y company for some ideological reason . The only thing companies care about is your wallet and that applies to all companies so why should you care about any company instead of the actual product you paying for that's the point im trying to make , but hey to each his own i guess !
To my knowledge TPU article is based on wccftech ''rumors '' and that has been confirmed by Videocardz ( the existance of RTX Super not exact specs ) so yeah that makes those '' rumors '' pretty solid .These current Rumors are based on a Chinese poster and a German Toms hardware GPU writer expanding on them.
Nvidia first said Computex, At Computex they said E3 so far nothing with 1 day to go.