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  1. You didn't mention, or didn't notice, how the E-element Z77 removable switches. The reason why it comes with extra switches and puller.
  2. funny

    Should add "look it up" and "go EDUCATE yourself" to poll
  3. Watched this and made me wonder if SLI would get similar gains that crossfire does going from DX11 to DX12. And ROTR is not a consistent benchmark
  4. Don't want to trash any tech channels for what they do but it should really be encouraged that "reviewers" put more work into their testing and anyone that goes through the full effort should be applauded.
  5. It will probably take more time then it should be to get other board makers to be selling boards with the those new switches. I look forward to getting my hands on some one day.
  6. gtx 1080 @ 4K hmm... Will this make Ryzen good for gaming?
  7. Things are really opening up for "ergonomic" boards for natural wrist positions. There's more split designs that can be found like: Ergo dox: A popular DIY design that can be bought pre-made now for a price https://ergodox-ez.com/ some may say the design is "out dated" though. Split boards: Like from Mistel https://www.mistelkeyboard.com/keyboards seem pretty continent and logical for ergonomics but still limited to small sizes, coming SOONtm(ultimate hacking keyboard), DIY(Let's Split Ortholinear keyboard), expensive(VE.A Keyboard). Other twisted one piece boards are less common: The X-Bows https://www.x-bows.com/ is coming SOONtm but is the closest to rubber dome ergonomic boards but funky key placements. The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard https://trulyergonomic.com/store/truly-ergonomic-mechanical-ergonomic-keyboard looks good can be bought but my brother used one for a while and said they layout was hard to get used to. Hope these ideas help.
  8. First quote from the article: -- I do own an s7 but this is still funny to me.
  9. Ill fax you a cookie
  10. Accounts are linked to membership companies, under email address it asks for the company, membership for businesses is $4000. So, not free
  11. I looked now and i looked then and the first thing I find is a login screen. How about you do the searching and tell me about it. The original specs are hard to find for most people is my point.
  12. They really shouldn't have said that in their article but I don't blame them for the misunderstanding. The exact specs for PCIe are not easy to find, at least I couldn't find from searching, and what some basic spec to be found does say is "300 watts" even for 2.0(if I remember right) with no really distinguishing between total or per connection. I think this falls more into the PCIe standard just not sharing enough information + some lazy journalism.
  13. Wattman... really? Be sure to add a "Wat" meme to OP so I don't have to do it here. These leaks are looking sweet though.
  14. Then they would have to charge $100 more.
  15. For anyone still wondering why the 390 was specified only needs to look to the benchmark graphs that was linked in the OP and see the 380x beating the 390s. Apparently the X90(x) chips aren't the best for many Open source API and drivers and need special drivers, were the X80s and new Furys don't have that problem. I'll just add one: