I found a GeForce GTX 1080, 6-core Core i7, and more in the trash.
We indeed live with first-world problems in the United States. I know this because amid a global chip shortage and a 1,000-year drought of GPUs, I stumbled across a fully functional gaming PC literally thrown to the gutter.
Nerd’s honor (which you properly say with a Vulcan salute)!
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