- 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|
Nice piece of kit you got there,is it going to be put out on displayed too in the house?
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 .
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 .
But will it run Crysis?
It will probably "brick" it when loaded (boom! boom!) .