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Originally Posted by mi1ezI love the little message on the SB heatsink-
"Heat sink- Not a weapon. Cannot be assembled as a firearm."
In reality, though, most gamers we know simply want reliability and value; they’re more interested in the actual gaming than in buying lights, buttons and faff. As a result, we think the G1.Sniper misses the headshot for which it's aiming.
Originally Posted by XtrafreshHaha, so you want to a normal motherboard with a gaming brand on it? The brand (just like ROG) is all about perceived value, exclusivity, halo products. Yes, the price puts it out of reach for most gamers, but that is exactly the point of this board.
Can you tell me, despite the price, do you still want the board? That's what it sets out to do, tickle those 'do want' mucles. Does it? :p
Originally Posted by AyrtoGigabyte gear is always top- notch, but really, please stop the gimmicky, console kid pleasing bullet clip nonsense. PC fans want function not to be patronised. Makes you wonder how old Gigabyte think the average PC builder / gamer is? As others have commented for that kind of dosh you could get an EVGA Classified.
Originally Posted by chrismarkham1982it tickles my 'do want' muscles but it still dosnt mean id buy it if i had the cash and id imagine many others are the same, i think that is what bit-tech are getting at
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