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Lathlaer

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    Veteran

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    Intel i7 6950X 4.2GHz
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    Asus Rampage V Ed. 10
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    32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum Special Edition 3200MHz (CL14)
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    2x Asus GTX 1080ti SLI
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    In Win SIV 1065W
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    Alienware AW3418DW
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    Custom Hardline Loop (Borosilicate Glass)
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    Corsair K70 Lux (Cherry MX Silent)
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    Razer Deathadder Elite
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    Woo Audio WA8 Eclipse + Focal Utopia Headphones
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  1. Well yeah, there is a reason why classic retrogaming esport players are still using CRT's and it's not because they don't know how to plug in LCDs.
  2. It's funny that you should say that because in their last SLI benchmark Gamer's Nexus admitted that SLI support has improved and while Steve never recommended it, it was first time he did so with a bit of hesitation. And that was when he out right refused to use Inspector's profile for Hellblade to get great scaling (he even admitted it). His conclusion was that while he still doesn't recommend it (he never did), the support right now (as of RTX) is greater than has ever been. So take that about relevance however you want. As for J2C, I follow his channel since he did Red Mist and honestly, IDK whether he ever did a guide for SLI users. Only builds.
  3. Whether they know or not doesn't really matter if they are unwilling to teach.
  4. Why are people so hung up on the CEO asking "when exactly did you contact us?" To me this is the sort of question you ask to provoke and convey that you perfectly know that the answer is different than the other side is suggesting. Maybe the CEO initially didn't know when they were contacted but after the shitstorm happened, it was easy enough to find out by, dunno, talking to the person handling the contacts? It's a non issue. That question seemed more in line (tone-wise) with a wife catching her husband in a lie and responding with a "Okay, when did you say you met with Joe?".
  5. Plain, safe, a bit boring. Better than last year but I agree that most people probably downvoted because it's the hip thing to do. In YT's place I would skip next years rewind because honestly, there is no way they are going to win people back even if they create a masterpiece.
  6. AFAIK RDR2 supports SLI right now. Fallen Order supports SLI with near perfect scaling out of the box. Metro Exodus is a simple fix away in the inspector to also support it. There is a very high probability that Cyberpunk will support SLI as well since Witcher 3 supports it well. For many SLI might be dead, I couldn't care less. I am enjoying the benefits easily. As for videos by J2C and Gamer's Nexus, I'm not sure they even know how to play with NVIDIA Inspector (Steve outright refuses to do so even if it's simply because "if it doesn't work out of the box then it doesn't work") so I wouldn't use them as some kind of oracles regarding SLI. I have learned nothing from them regarding SLI but I have learned plenty from hardcore SLI enthusiasts on various forums.
  7. Analyzing and reaction videos is how you get traction as a small time youtuber. I can't count all the small 5-15k sub channels that flooded my recommended YT tab with reactions to the Verge build.
  8. It's a hard one for me. I do want to believe in a broad freedom of speech but I also like people being accountable for some of the bullshit they spew.
  9. Yeah I missed that part from your previous post. I was mostly alluding to additional costs (R&D, logistics, marketing, salaries, mortgage for HQ, projected sales at specified price point etc.). It's like when the news came that Zachary Levi's superhero costume for Shazam cost 1 mil to make and then someone from the production explained that it's not the cost of a singular costume but the accumulated price tag for designing it (accounting for different versions that somehow didn't work out, changes made on the spot etc.).
  10. I was thinking similar thing but then I looked at the timestamps and no offense to James but I don't really need him with his fake beard on my TV during Christmas
  11. If only life could be so simple that a thing is worth the sum of it's components
  12. Hmm, I always thought about it more like Mass Effect 3 or ME:Andromeda multiplayer. As in, yes, the multiplayer component is separate but you don't buy another game to access it (and you don't download the launcher for it either) - you access it from the main game.
  13. I just hope it will not end up like Caselabs against Thermaltake. (Yes, that is an extreme example of how relying on court decision to form your opinion can be misleading ;-))
  14. Yeah I don't have a problem with 120k headphones. In fact, I'd welcome the attempt but only if they showed real finese, creating an exclusive system similar to Sennheiser's, tapping into their speaker tech even more (if possible), engineering a kickass amp and dac to that etc. But that there? Common, give me 100k worth of gold and diamonds and I will superglue it to a $50 headphones, making a one of a kind, the only one in the world pair of $100000050 pair of cans.
  15. I'm 99% sure he didn't. He had a reaction because they played him a perfect song to tear up a father of a young daughter.
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