CPU Moderator, VC&G Moderator, Elite Member
- May 16, 2002
Why don't you try at least one more benchmark before you declare victory. Like the blender benchmark. Fir said he did it in 18 minutes long version. I did the short version in 5:42, I am downloading it now. Mine was windows, Not sure on his.You assume price changes linearly and in only one direction with no chance for more than one reversal. You know you can't take the price "then" and the price "now" and draw a line between them and call that the price line any more than you can take the price now and write up a quote and present that as my total cost. Completely disingenuous line of reasoning.
I am making an important point (while simultaneously puffing my chest). Here it is. Are you ready?
I. Was. Right.
I called the present state of the market years ago and purchased used system components at deep discount and put together a build that continues to wipe the floor of everything, including the brand new TR2.
Where's that leaderboard now?
Anyone can win one benchmark, if its what they excel at. Winners usually excel at more than one tiny niche.