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Old January 7, 2019, 03:01 PM
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Default 2018 Most Reliable Hardware - Puget Systems

I love the articles and reviews Puget does, specifically aimed at the productivity market. Here's a neat statistics list they just released. https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/ar...-of-2018-1322/
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Wait a minute : Z390 was just released and they already sold hundreds of them? Wtf? And the conclusion is ... buy Intel systems you corporate dumb****s because we don't even do AMD based systems!
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Old January 8, 2019, 12:38 AM
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Wait a minute : Z390 was just released and they already sold hundreds of them? Wtf? And the conclusion is ... buy Intel systems you corporate dumb****s because we don't even do AMD based systems!
It's a #s game. Look at their actual reviews and articles. Lots of AMD love too. But more than likely they sell 90% autocad/Revit systems, of which the Intel's are superior hence their results.
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I follow some YT PC tech channels that are based in Washington and the NW USA that swear by Puget sound. Some are sponsored, some not. I'm going to stop into their place when I'm driving from Cal to Van to L.A this spring and check them out and see wth their builds are like in person for interest sake. I could see them selling 100s of z390 by now, I've had my z390 MBs for well over 2 months, and I was late to the party buying them being undecided about the 9900k availability. I've bought 3 z390 MB just myself already, having had one die and GayEgg screwing me on the RMA, so I just rebought another one.
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Wait a minute : Z390 was just released and they already sold hundreds of them? Wtf? And the conclusion is ... buy Intel systems you corporate dumb****s because we don't even do AMD based systems!



20 Years an Intel user gearing up to go turncoat. Not really a fan boy anymore. Seems every dog has his day. I'm not completely foreign to AMD but it looks like they finally took the lead. GOOD for them! Seems Intel isn't all that concerned about Meltdown either. I guess that's just the way the Corporation crumbles. Then again, too big to fail is what is is, no?
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