Where were you when Apple iMacs got BTFO?
>A Stunning 34" 3440 x1440 QHD Curved Display (21:9)
>Up to an Intel Core i7 5960X or an Intel XEON E5-2699 v3
>ORIGIN FROSTBYTE Sealed Liquid–Cooling
>Up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X (12GB) or an NVIDIA QUADRO Workstation GPU
>Up to Dual 2.5" HDD/SSDs
>Up to 32GB DDR4 RAM
>Fully Upgradeable Mini-ITX Platform
>Free Lifetime 24/7 U.S. Based Technical Support
Wonder why they designed that to use a long PCIe ribbon instead of just a PCIe riser card?
Maybe with a stock titan x
literally any aftermarket 980 Ti shouldn't get above 75c, which will be fine. The rest of the components won't get hot while gaming.
socket 2011-v3 is waste in a build like this. Would rather it be skylake, runs cooler, similar performance.
I want the skeleton of this, so I can put what ever guts I want into it.
I think I might buy one and then sell off the parts, so long as it isn't like 4000 bucks or something stupid like that.
What the fuck is the point of this? Why not just have a desktop? Its a PoS with no purpose, just like the iMac.
There is no HDD. There's an SSD with the Origin logo on it in the right of the machine and I assume the second drive goes under or on top of it. SSDs don't need any additional cooling, if they did then they'd die in laptops all the time.
Better FOV for very wide, large displays at close range.
Think of it this way: when gamers have three monitors side by side, not a single one would ever put them all perfectly in-line with each other. The two ends are always panned towards the gamer.
This is kind of the same idea. The monitor is pretty fucking wide. The curve is subtle.
Of course, I don't think it's worth the extra money for the curved version of the 34" monitors, but if both were exactly the same price, I wouldn't mind getting the curved one.
You obviously aren't familiar with macfags.
Not a single mac user on this planet has EVER bought a mac because of specs.
Your PC could shoot Jesus beams that kill terrorists and mactards wouldn't care if it didn't have an aluminum case and a popularity rating of 8/10 with their social group.
they havent? so they all buy the cheapest one of that type?
want a mac laptop, just buy the cheapest one.
>hurr durr no one looks at specs.
Yes they do faggot. they know that 2.2ghz is much better than 2.0
and that 1tb hdd is much better than the more expensive 256GB one (LOLKMEME)
they know that 5k mac is better than all pcs because they only have 4k.
good night im going to bed.
This has to be the sexiest thing I've ever seen.
you'd be correct
The specialty of Aftermarket GPUs is that they generally have ``regular fans", which boast a high CFM rate at low RPMs but poor static pressure.
Putting an aftermarket GPU in tight spaces, such as a quad SLI configuration, or this AIO desktop, would choke the fans as well as require the desktop designers to install exhaust fans and shrouds to direct airflow.
But reference GPUs always use blower fans (this is likely driven by the server farm market that actually buys GPUs as soon as they come out), which have high RPM, high static pressure, and have the bonus of exhausting out of the case.
This greatly decreases design complexity at the cost of a very loud GPU.
I'd also like to mention that the OP's AIO desktop is designed like ass compared to the HP Z1 Workstation.
>your desktop doesn't open up like the hood of a car and is mostly toolless
Toolless design is always proprietary as hell, but generally toolless shrouds are really just brackets that hold parts.
That GPU you see is likely MXM-based, and also uses desktop CPUs.
So it's as upgradeable as a laptop, if that laptop supported MXM and used socketed CPUs.