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About Lathlaer

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  • CPU
    Intel i7 6950X 4.2GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Rampage V Ed. 10
  • RAM
    32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum Special Edition 3200MHz (CL14)
  • GPU
    2x Asus GTX 1080ti SLI
  • Case
    In Win Tou 2.0
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 EVO 1 TB M.2 NVME
  • PSU
    In Win SIV 1065W
  • Display(s)
    Alienware AW3418DW
  • Cooling
    Custom Hardline Loop (Borosilicate Glass)
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Lux (Cherry MX Silent)
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite
  • Sound
    Woo Audio WA8 Eclipse + Focal Utopia Headphones
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

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  1. Maybe. I don't follow laptops that closely, I just knew about those two models because of videos and articles I've seen about them With how competitive the pricing on this laptop is, it's a real shame that they haven't included option to buy it with a G-Sync panel and an RTX 2080
  2. There are high end gaming laptops with socketed CPU's even now. Alienware Area 51M comes to mind. I think MSI Titan GT76 also has one. But the prices are a bit different. I think the most impressive part of the laptop is how low the markup there is on the components.
  3. It's gonna suck really bad if after all those months of testing and thousands of dollars of new equippment the conclusion will be "Noctua coolers are the best"
  4. The video was quite informative and somewhat interesting and now I wonder how their methodology will affect the end results. In particular, I'm interested to know whether it will validate what everyone knows about coolers from flawed tests ("this is top tier/this one sucks") or whether we will see some upsets ?
  5. Just out of curiosity, because it's been a while since I've played FFXV - something changed with SLI profiles for this game? I've been meaning to play again and I was wondering if the floating textures that require reload from time to time are still a thing.
  6. Small/medium size professional users who are not yet on the level that requires Quadros but need more VRAM than is offered by 2080ti ?
  7. Won't pass but if it did, I sure hope that no one under 21 is in a state of emergency requiring them to call 911. I know that he wants to raise an issue but what he isn't saying is how many lives are saved daily by usage of cellphones.
  8. Can't really deny that 86% out of 28 thousand verified people gave it a positive opinion (about 4/5) and 77% out of 70 thousand total gave it at least a 3/5. So your "almost everyone" is anecdotal at best.
  9. They might watch something by MKBHD since he is mainstream enough to have traction in those circles but in general I agree. It's more likely that someone who is working for the people who need that mac watches the video
  10. Better than I expected, some scenes still left me wanting. Some were unnecessary (looking at you, last Lando Carlissian dialogue) If someone hated The Last Jedi, they will most likely enjoy this one as it tries very hard to repair the damage that has been done. The quality suffers sometimes because of it, but still a solid experience. Just look at Audience Score at RT to see what people think about it (compared to Last Jedi). I think people will enjoy Luke in this movie more and that is what most wanted ? The visuals were top notch. Very fast pac
  11. That was my thinking as well. Clearly dev kits usually put function over form (basically a box containing the hardware), why bother trying to design something like that? For me the biggest selling point is the PS4 backwards compatibility. You can expect Sony-controlled exclusives to be PS5-only but I think many 3rd party developers will go with simultaneous PS4 and PS5 releases.
  12. 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.
  13. 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
  14. Whether they know or not doesn't really matter if they are unwilling to teach.
  15. 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 sa