Review Maingear Vybe 2020 (Core i9-10900K) Review: Quiet at 5.3 GHz

Tom Sunday

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Indeed the 'markup' Boutique Builders have been charging has gone through the roof over the past few years. Very much like the present grossly exaggerated market costs and hypes of RGB AIO's and other so-called custom cooling options. As to the Vybe's 'core hardware pricing' roughly estimated at $3,000? This may still be significantly lowered as Boutique Builders generally enjoy significant discounts on 'off the shelf' hardware not available to the man on the street. In this case then increasing profits even more by downgrading (cost cutting) the boot drive with a combination of speed, capacity and overall system performance. Due to my very limited computer knowledge I am indeed a potential buyer of another ready made multi-thousand-dollar custom PC. But on that front looking at the real costs and items delivered, I simply do not get the Vybe at this time! Polished and pretty considered.
 
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