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|System Name||Good enough|
|Processor||AMD Ryzen R7 1700X - 4.0 Ghz / 1.350V|
|Motherboard||ASRock B450M Pro4|
|Cooling||Deepcool Gammaxx L240 V2|
|Memory||16GB - Corsair Vengeance LPX - 3333 Mhz CL16|
|Video Card(s)||OEM Dell GTX 1080 with Kraken G12 + Water 3.0 Performer C|
|Storage||1x Samsung 850 EVO 250GB , 1x Samsung 860 EVO 500GB|
|Display(s)||4K Samsung TV|
|Case||Deepcool Matrexx 70|
They have made so many infringements it is not funny.
But the thing is that everyone does it, it's simply impossible to make products of that complexity and scale these days without infringing on a plethora of patents. With everything you can find, if you search deep enough will find something, it's unavoidable. The only real thing that matters is who will find it and whether or not they figure out how they can use it to extort money from some entity.
The manner in which these patents are created and used is fundamentally flawed, there is no filter. Of course someone should be able to protect their designs to an extent but not like this, it's a straight up broken system.
For instance one of the many examples of a mind boggling patent shitshow is how Magnavox acquired a patent to "video game art " (you heard that right) and used it to make millions of dollars over the span of dozen of years from all sorts of companies.