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Puget Releases Hardware Reliability Report: CPUs, GPUs and SSDs

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When it's time to buy new components for your gaming rig, or if you happen to buy a prebuilt system from an established brand or boutique company, you hope and pray that the hardware will last for the long haul. But, unfortunately, due to production defects, user error, bad luck, or a combination of all three, some hardware ends up failing prematurely. With this in mind, the folks at Puget Systems have amassed some rather intriguing data on what it found to be the most reliable hardware for the custom workstations/servers that it sold during 2021. 


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