- Jan 17, 2015
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|Motherboard||Asus Zenith Extreme|
|Memory||G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz C14 4x8GB (3400MHz C15 1T)|
|Video Card(s)||GigaByte RX VEGA 64 Limited Edition|
|Storage||Samsung EVO 840 250GB|
|Case||Be Quiet Dark Base 900 (Mods: Front mesh panel, improved top panel for airflow)|
|Power Supply||CoolerMaster V850|
|Keyboard||Cherry MX-Board 3.0|
|Software||Win 7 Pro x64 / Win 10 Pro x64|
Sort of , in his own special way , my son is gonna be 7 . He has an Autistic Spectrum Disorder, he is classed as high functioning. For what he lacks in communication/social skills he excels in others .Nice piece of kit you got there,is it going to be put out on displayed too in the house?
If you met him you would not know he has ASD , he has a lovely bright personality . Certain other toys that children of his age may enjoy do not hold his interest at all. Lego captivates him , not only is it a visual stimulant but mental as well, he has quite a collection . He also does some custom designs .
One day I found him sitting at the dining table completely taking apart a set and basically repeating the build from memory, then repeating this process a few times to see how fast he could build it . Lego movie is his fave movie, certain scenes are now etched in the rest of the family's minds , I also lose count how many times a year we go to Legoland .
It will probably "brick" it when loaded (boom! boom!) .But will it run Crysis?