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    Wink Maingear launches 34-inch AIO with up to 18-core Xeon CPU

    http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/22...-core-xeon-cpu

    Gaming? Don't think so LOL. And is there a market for a large number of purely number-crunching cores in an AIO? Seems doubtful...

    Options with 'normal' cpus seem (slightly) better value...
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    Re: Maingear launches 34-inch AIO with up to 18-core Xeon CPU

    It'll take workstation GPUs, at which point a Xeon starts to make more sense: I'm sure there are plenty of industries where those specs in a 34" ultrawide AIO start to look appealing...

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