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So, I grew up during the time it was a myth that a faster computer could get PCSX2 to work "as expected" LOL... Anyway, 10 years later, by God's Grace... I've purchased my own/first gaming/graphics workstation!
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AMD RYZEN THREADRIPPER 2990WX 3.0GHZ [4.2GHZ] (32 cores!)
EVGA NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2080 TI XC GAMING 11GB GDDR6
GEIL SUPER LUCE 8GB DDR4-3000 RGB LED MEMORY x8 (64 GB)
 

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all I can say is you could have done better on that cable management and also got some cable extensions from a place like cablemod to make it look better. Other than that it looks good
 

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Does cable management really offer any advantages other than appearance? I've seen people act like a computer is going to burst into flames if the cables aren't precisely managed, but I can't imagine it'd make any real difference - even in thermal performance, unless it was absurdly bad.

I haven't build a PC in a long time (the last PC I built had a Core 2 Quad Q6600 :p) but the wiring looked like someone threw a plate of spaghetti in the case but it never hurt anything so I never worried about it. As a matter of fact, over ten years later this machine is still functioning perfectly as a HTPC system that is on 24/7.
 
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