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Topic # 196586 5-Jun-2016 17:52
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Hey im looking at getting a G1.Sniper and was wondering if anyone had one and what their thoughts were?

 

I can pick one up for relatively cheap ($250) and really liked the color theme. I just wanted to know if it was worth the money or if there was anything better at that price range.

 

My build im going for is: i5 6600k, 16gb Corsair Vengeance LPX, 256gb Samsung 950 Pro ssd, EVGA Supernova 750w PSU and thinking of getting a GTX 1070 when it comes out.

 

 


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  Reply # 1566122 5-Jun-2016 18:06
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That seems a pretty good price. Can't speak to the device personally, but reviews seem extremely positive.


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  Reply # 1566225 5-Jun-2016 23:42

 

 

Personally, I only buy Asus, ASRock or Gigabyte motherboards for my desktop PCs.

 

I think they are all good makes and will have the best or nearly the best motherboard in each category.

 

Gigabyte Snipers have always been well regarded motherboards.

 

So, I don't you will have gone wrong by buying one.


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