I don't know, Antony, you tell me - ed.
They're expensive, but Ant sees promise in what they potentially offer.
Now that AMD's 32-core Threadripper 2990WX and 16-core Threadripper 2950X have landed, who actually holds the desktop performance crown?
Case manufacturers often sacrifice cooling for aesthetics but I think they need to strike better balances.
The Asus Maximus Impact, Corsair 1000D, and even Intel's Core i9-7980XE - they're all expensive flagship products, but they're also extremely important for marketing and brand image.
X470 motherboards have a huge variation in M.2 port speeds and SATA support, so much so that they risk confusing potential owners.
Precision Boost 2, XFR 2, and Precision Boost Overdrive mean that AMD has made big strides in closing the gap between itself and Intel in lightly-threaded tasks, but do these new boosting algorithms make overclocking redundant?