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The cable management really is awful that's my only issue with it.
And the fact that he's really annoying.

Someone point out to me how the cable management is that bad? because if his is bad mines horrible. but i have nowhere left to put cords t-t
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Someone point out to me how the cable management is that bad? because if his is bad mines horrible. but i have nowhere left to put cords t-t

Uh there are cables all over the place? He made no effort to route anything behind the motherboard or anywhere else? Some people have bad cases that don't allow cables to be routed nicely but this guy definitely could cable it up nice and pretty if he wanted.
    
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Someone point out to me how the cable management is that bad? because if his is bad mines horrible. but i have nowhere left to put cords t-t

Tell me about it, trying to hide your cables with a non-modular psu sucks.
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CML16GX3M4A1600C9 is Vengeance not Doms. Anyways, the guy edited to say 32gb lol.

I think he's using a ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z anyway which only supports up to 32GB of RAM. Who would put 8 16GB sticks worth of RAM into a computer anyway. The same argument goes for 8GB vs 16GB. I was just pointing out that a 16GB single stick does exist.
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I would be mighty worried about him man-handling those RAM \ graphics cards, clearly never heard of static discharge.

but not a bad rig
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CML16GX3M4A1600C9 is Vengeance not Doms. Anyways, the guy edited to say 32gb lol.

I think he's using a ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z anyway which only supports up to 32GB of RAM. Who would put 8 16GB sticks worth of RAM into a computer anyway. The same argument goes for 8GB vs 16GB. I was just pointing out that a 16GB single stick does exist.

Just curious where you are seeing a 16 GB single stick? I know they make them for servers but haven't seen any for consumer desktops. IIRC 8 GB just became the new max here. The CML16GX3M4A1600C9 that you stated is a 16 GB set (4x4GB)
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Where can i get a mousepad that big?
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I think he's using a ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z anyway which only supports up to 32GB of RAM. Who would put 8 16GB sticks worth of RAM into a computer anyway. The same argument goes for 8GB vs 16GB. I was just pointing out that a 16GB single stick does exist.

Rampage IV actually.
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They are overkill for 1080p. WAY overkill.
Small tweaks can be made to the visuals if needed.

Some of us don't like to compromise.

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GTX's handle BF3 much better then Radeons do.
I play BF3 at 1600P nearly maxed at 2560 X 1600 smoothly.

Whaaa? See below.

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This statement doesn't make any sense.

Actually it makes perfect sense. Just because you are happy with dips into the 50's doesn't mean everyone else is.
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