I'm in the same boat. I have DT880, D7000, and AD900. I've heard the HE series and they're awesome, but unless I get at least HE5xx, it's somewhat of a small upgrade and more of a lateral move to a different tech.
Are you talking about Google? If so, then you're absolutely wrong. Google has had machine learning specialists (i.e. data scientists) in their employment since forever. Besides the advancement of their search engine algorithms, one of the main uses for machine learning is automatic...
You're right. It really just comes down to fluidity vs resolutions which means it really comes down to your games. If you play mostly single player or coop games, then go 4k. If you game via competitive multiplayer games, then go 144hz.
I am also a big fan of HSU. Such clean, but loud bass! Also, the bigger Outlaw subwoofers were designed by Dr. HSU so you will get a very similar sound between the two brands. I have the HSU and I got my friend an Outlaw. I can attest to the similarity.
It's not just a matter of a CEO protecting their personal finances. It's also the fact that the CEO can manipulate the public into purchasing their stock to raise their stock prices and then the CEO can sell the massively inflated stock price to take advantage. And I guarantee that the CEO can...
I would have to agree with you, but I use Gog.com in addition to Steam if only for the fact that I support their DRM free business model. They also have a really good selection of classic games and are often cheaper than Steam.
So I use Steam and Gog.com only. But I definitely think including...
Next time, you can edit your first post instead of posting two more posts.
For your photo editing, is it light photo editing or is that your profession?
Your gaming will mostly be affected by your GPU, but depending on how heavily you photo edit, your CPU may affect your photo processing.