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BigBlueYeti

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About BigBlueYeti

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    Male
  • Location
    Australia

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 1600X
  • Motherboard
    MSI Gaming M7 ACK
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair RGB 2666
  • GPU
    Asus ROG Strix GTX 1060 6GB OC
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R6 Tempered Glass
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 Pro 512GB and WD 4TB Blue
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650i
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken x62

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  1. This was the very last frame of that video. Are you sure this is a computer commercial and not a comedy commercial for ANAS MAGDY - Editor & Graphic Designer. I don't speak or read Arabic so you know more than me, just seems a weird end card for a PC advert to me, that's all.
  2. You could also try the new ChaosMod I've seen DarkViperAU playing, looks like a bit of fun. Most recent ChaosMod video here.
  3. They've kind of already done it with their 2 sleeper builds. Modern hardware tucked inside old school cases with old school peripherals from memory.
  4. How about if they did do a SYW at a convention somewhere outside canada (CES might be perfect), get there 2 days early, set the budget then have to build the machine and use that to edit, render and upload show floor videos before a certain deadline, more points for time before deadline, points for render time, points for edit quality etc. If they still have budget left after video 1 they could continually improve machine for each consecutive video so basically SYW is running concurrently with convention. Maybe a video from day 1, day 2 etc.
  5. This may no longer be an issue for Apple as according to this article on Engadget a source has stated that Huawei may be open to selling it's Balong 5000 5G modems to Apple, and only Apple. Although no official talks have occurred that we know of, it is thought that Huawei may be offering modems to only Apple as it doesn't see it as a direct competitor as the iPhone is not running Android. It will be interesting to see how this pans out, if at all. Will Apple even entertain the idea? Will the US government get involved and block it citing security concerns. This could get interesting...lol
  6. It appears that Apple may have issues sourcing 5G modems and may not be able to bring a 5G phone to market in 2020, which could see them lose market share to those consumers wanting to stay current with the lastest technologies. According to this article on 9To5Mac a UBS analyst has stated that : Also this article from GSMArena which quotes the above article plus this (Mandarin) article from Taiwan's Electronic Times as sources states: Things could start to get grim for Apple. With ever inflating prices and flagging sales, could this be enough to push bleeding edge tech enthusiasts and non die-hard iPhone fans toward (slightly) more affordable 5G Android phones. And once those defectors have committed and put their money into the Android eco-system will Apple ever be able to win them back. It could be that Apple is left only with brand loyalists and those who are already in the iPhone eco-system and don't care about being up to date with the lastest technologies, which will surely be more than enough to ensure their survival, but will it be enough to keep the name iPhone as synonymous with flagship smartphone as it is today.
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