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Aw come on Oh yeah., There it is. There. It is No Last hit Last hit Yeah Free ball. I'm free-ballin'Hoo. That was intense.. You guys see that, Of course, you did thanks to our sponsor. For today's, video Corsair.

Corsair sent over all the gear we need to create and capture sick gameplay montages like that one. And like crazy thing, they have gone from just system memory to the point where you can build almost an entire gaming setup With nothing but Corsair products.

, So why don't we give it a shot. ( upbeat music ) At the heart of almost any sick gaming and streaming rig is an AMD, Ryzen processor and we went with the Ryzen 7 3700X, mostly because the Ryzen 5000 series isn't out yet.

It's roughly $ 300 Features eight cores and 16 threads and at this price is pretty much the best bang for the buck when it comes to a multitasking CPU.. In order to avoid an awkward situation where we do a build video and then two weeks later it's.

Irrelevant we chose the ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII.. It runs an X570 chipset, allowing you to easily upgrade to the new Ryzen 5000 series CPUs, once they land. It's also got solid VRMs. If you're into overclocking.

AMD has said that Ryzen 5000 should be an overclocking beast. 11 USB Type-A ports, onboard WiFi, 6 and Bluetooth and yeah. It's expensive at $ 380, but it's about as feature-rich as it gets. For system memory.

Naturally, we've gone Corsair and naturally, we've gone for RGB lighting.. This is their Vengeance RGB, and we & # 39. Ve got a 32-gig kit here, clocked at 3333, megahertz CL 16. At 150 bucks. This is a pretty darn good bang for the buck in terms of performance today and probably not needing to upgrade for quite some time.

. What's? A little dumb is having to remove this grill from the fan in order to get at the M.2 slot. But what's? Not dumb is going with a Corsair MP600 PCI Express Gen 4 SSD.. It's, rated for read speeds of almost 5 gigabytes per second and at $ 180 for a very fast boot drive it's, pretty darn reasonable.

. It actually comes with a cooler, but, as you can see, we stripped it off because our intention was to mount it under the spreader that's built into our motherboard so.. For our case, we've gone practical today.

Here, ladies and gentlemen., This is the Corsair 275 Airflow and they're, really taking the airflow thing seriously.. Yes, they do have kinda like a stylistic front panel that really doesn't have a lotta gaps for airflow in it, but then bam.

Not only do they have these gaps in the side, they actually went and popped it off the rest of the case. So you & # 39. Ve got almost unimpeded access to fresh airflow from the sides., At least in theory.

. We'll, see how it goes. It's also got a tempered glass side panel magnetic fan, filter, doodad up here and, of course, cable management up the wazoo, with room behind the motherboard tray for most of your cables and then a Basement down in the bottom to cram all the ones that you couldn't figure out how to hide back there.

Of course, managing our unnecessary cables won't, be a problem with our modular Corsair RM750x power. Supply. Corsair was one of the first to jump into the modular power supply game and they've, got it pretty much down to a science at this point.

, So we'll pop this into the bottom.. This case has nice tall feet. So we're, not gonna worry about having our fan down and it getting suffocated or anything like that. Screw it in from the back and go ahead and add our 24-pin connector, our eight-pin connector for the CPU, our other more different eight-pin connector.

For the graphics card, and then we're, also gonna need a SATA cable to power, some of our other peripherals. Oh.. What the deuce'Kay got. It figured out. It's, just this motherboard., The plate that covers the fan here also covers the little screw holes.

So I guess I'll start with some of the other ones. First. It's, got a little nubbin that's, holding it in place.. This is a feature I really like of Corsair's cases.. This was also a hilarious innovation.

The first time I saw it a box for the accessories that's shaped like a hard drive with hard drive holes that comes in the hard drive tray. Neat.. Our fan upgrade not exactly a practical one, but there's.

No doubt that Corsair's, ML120 Pro RGB fans with their magnetic levitation, bearings and, of course, RGB lighting. Both perform great and look fantastic., So we're, going to hook them all up to a Commander Pro RGB and fan controller that I'm gonna just bury in the basement and not bother to cable manage because cable managing RGB Stuff is a nightmare.

Look at it, all. Two wires per fan, Even though some elements of this rig are more bang for the buck. Our cooling configuration is gonna, be freakin'awesome with three intakes at the front and then three exhausts in the top and the back.

. Now these two I can't put in yet because I need to mount them to .... ( fan clatters ) To my H100i RGB Pro XT, liquid cooler, first., Um, yeah., Main features of this puppy, RGB lighting and well it's, an AIO liquid cooler.

, It'll, keep that CPU, nice and cool.. This is the key moment in radiator mounting when you either knock everything down or you get the whole thing lined up in one go., So I had mounted the fans with the long radiator screws.

Look a little somethin'like that had'em just stacked there, and now I'm gonna try and put'em all the way through to the rad and get the whole thing secured. Did I get It, Oh, I got two. That's, most of the battle.

Nice. That's. A quick AIO mount right, there. Thermal paste is pre-applied and uh ( clears throat ) I cheated and used the clip mount instead of the one that takes longer. So we're, just gonna pop that on there.

I mean, ah realistically, who cares? But what are we talkin & # 39? Maybe one degree with the different mounting pressure. Two Is this: gonna have enough room for the GPU. Yeah should be fine right, Oh god.

This is really tight.. Uh ..., Okay, we're running our eight-pin for the CPU power connector up here, and this is gonna, be a real tight fit. Ladies and gentlemen. There we go. That extra four-pin. Next to it.

We only really need that if we're getting into extreme overclocking or something like that and we won't be., We're, also gonna plug in our 24-pin at this time. After running it through the cable management.

Grommet here giving us a nice clean look., This is all fan and RGB connectors., That's. Why the Commander Pro comes in real handy.'Kay that's. Gon na go there that hangs off there and we plug all our fans into that.

. All right, which way do you guys wan na go One two three four five six Or wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong: wrong. Wrong. Perfect. We're, not gonna. Do that. As much as fan and RGB wiring is annoying, though this really does make it quite a lot less painful having it all go to one place.

. So I'm just gonna tuck this down here and then tuck these over here and the cable management. Shouldn't. Look too bad. Front panel audio goes right, here.! I just love this pass-through here.. I hate it when cases don't have that.

. This is really annoying.. This USB port doesn't quite line up with where it would need to be to go straight through the cable management hole. So we're, stuck kind of a bit of an awkward thing there.

, But what I'm kinda, hoping is that when we bring the GPU cable through it & # 39, ll kinda hide that behind the GPU and the power cables., The connectors for the front power and buttons are an example of why I do like to have a cable management hole, kinda right here or right here, but you can see, we can reuse the one that can be used for GPU cables as well.

If you want to bring them up from the bottom, so that works out pretty good. Actually should we bring the GPU cables up from the bottom? What do you think This location versus this one? What do you wan na see? I, like the side.

, The side. You like the side'Kay.. I like it'cause. It can help with GPU sag a little bit if you bring it over top. That's, the main reason. It's, not for aesthetics.. On that note, it's finally time to put the graphics card in.

. So we're gonna pull out these two PCI covers. Wow, that's; a strong magnet.'Kay., (, laughs, ) And ... Ooh. We're moving those tubes over a little. (, grunts ). Let's, see here.. Does that fit all right, Hey they can stop making.

These runs between the two connectors. So long'cause. No one's. Gon na run dual GPUs anymore.. Is that good enough [, David ] Yeah.? All right. Look, okay for a system with RGB all over this is not bad.

. Just got ta use. The old trick. Came together, pretty nicely didn't. It Not bad. Still got ta fire it up and make sure everything works, but so far, not bad.. Now it's time for phase two of the build.

The peripherals.. If you told me, Corsair was gonna have everything, but the CPU, GPU and motherboard under their umbrella, even all the peripherals. Just a few years ago, I'd, have been like & quot, Really Actually yeah.

They seem to be on the way towards world domination that makes sense. & quot That's, probably what I would've, said., (, laughs ). One of the big highlights today is, of course, the K100 RGB.. It features Corsairs, iconic, all-aluminum construction and the new iCUE wheel.

. So this thing's, super cool.. You can use it to zoom or scroll between Alt-Tabs and actually it's got an SDK. So the potential's. Kinda limitless.. That's, pretty neat. It's, got a wraparound RGB lighting that we'll, see in a moment here, 4,000-hertz polling rate, which is apparently thanks to using a USB 2 data path instead of USB 1.

1, and this particular One is equipped with Cherry MX, Speed switches, although there is a different version using Corsair's, OPX switches that are optically triggered., It's, got Corsair's; traditional pretty solid, build quality.

That's. Lookin'real fine actually., But a price to match at over $ 200., But hey it's, got the cable management for you, headset wire., Ooh David. I missed the best part. Look at this wrist wrest.. It's, so plushy.

Also does it mount magnetically, It does Ooh.. Now I'm feelin'fancy.. I'm, a fancy gamer. For our mouse. We're using a Dark Core RGB Pro.. We actually managed to forget to grab a Corsair mousepad, so I guess what we're gonna find out is how well it tracks on a random vinyl sticker surface here.

Ooh iCUE Nexus their companion touchscreen.. We were supposed to do a ShortCircuit unboxing of this thing.. I saw this and it looked super cool, but I never got around to it.. So I guess we're gonna find out how it works here.

. This is official Corsair's, most hilarious product., They & # 39, ve dropped all pretense.. This is the Corsair RGB RGB stick.. It just sits on your desk and is RGB.. They're, not even pretending that it is gonna.

Have some other function like being a mouse that's, also RGB or a case that also has RGB.? This is just RGB.. Oh wait., No wait. There's; a headphone stand doohickey you can attach to it, but that's. Optional.

There we go.. How funny is it that they intentionally hung the headphones off the back so that it wouldn't? Get in the way of the RGB, even though that's, less ergonomic to grab them, I mean, I guess, technically, you could put it on any way.

You want., Okay, you could do this if you really wanted to. Ew, But then you're, only getting 75 % of the RGB that you paid for.. Clearly this is the way. [ David ]. How many buttons do you need when you stream? I don't know, but the Stream Deck XL has them.

. If you're, not familiar with the Stream Deck lineup, every one of these is a screen, so you can put your scene or images or if you have a soundboard or something each one of these can have a unique function.

. We won't actually be using one of the key benefits of the Wave 3 microphone from Elgato because we're using a wireless headset. But if you plug directly into it, you can actually control both volume and mixing of volume.

And your own voice directly on the microphone itself, which is pretty cool.. It comes with a little mounting adapter if you have an arm, but we're, just gonna throw it on the little standy-stand here.

, And then that leaves only ah one of their big new products, which is the Elgato ring light.. It's WiFi-enabled, which means you can control it with an app on your phone or .... I'd, never do that.. I usually just use the app on my computer, but then I guess, if you're in-game, .

.. Yeah, that makes sense. You might actually use your phone. Okay, I get it now.. Usually I'm streaming & quot WAN Show & quot. So I don't, use it for that. And then as a ring light. Of course, one of the key benefits is that you get nice even illumination around your face.

Got a little camera mount right in the middle there. So you can mount your camera right in the middle.. We can adjust the color temperature and the brightness, but in software, so we're gonna go ahead and the app installed when we boot up the system.

. Let's, see if this thing actually fires up. Here. Whoop. Hit that switch.. Now that everything is functionally working, I'm, adding some RGB accents., We've, got our fans lit up, so that looks pretty sweet.

. Oh yeah.. Now we'll, find out David, and I were talking about this off-camera how the RGB's. Gon na look through the front grill., I would say not. Bad. We're gonna have to get a B-roll shot of it or something not in bright light'cause.

It looks way cooler when it's, not under studio lighting.. There are a couple configuration things that are a little weird right, now. I couldn't. This ring light to sync wirelessly, for whatever reason.

My ones at home are like (, snaps ) just work instantly, so I'm sure what the deal is with that. And then this is a funny one. The backlight definitely works on this, but when I load the profile for the H100i RGB it's, not backlit.

. It's like it's in a power saving mode or something.. So it's. Working. See check this out. ( fan blades buzz ), That's Extreme., Then I go ahead and click Quiet. Give it a sec. There. It goes ramping, down.

, ( fan, blades buzz ). Everything else seems to be working pretty much normally though.. So all that's left now is to actually fire up a game. I guess. All right. I may not have chosen the most intense game, but it's.

Definitely in line with our RGB themes. Here all right, ladies and gentlemen, Bing bing bing, bing, bing, bing, bing. Aw, I missed out You've unironically played this game right. [ David ], Oh yeah. I love & quot, Peggle.

& quot Yeah, all right., Hey. I realize for some of you. This might not live up to the expectations you might have had for what we were gonna do with this epic Corsair gaming rig. But look I don't judge.

, Whatever people wanna stream ( smacks palm ), you go ahead and stream and Corsair with their Elgato subsidiary in particular, has got all the gear that you need to do it. So you can check it all out at the link in the video description.

, Thanks again to Corsair, for sponsoring this video and thanks to you guys for checking it out.. If you enjoyed it, maybe check out ... Uh what else Yeah check out the rest of our all-whatever builds.

? We've done like four of them. Now. oh, come on oh yeah! There it is there. It is no last hit last hit yeah free ball. I'm free ballin. That was intense. You guys see that, of course, you did thanks to our sponsor, for today's, video corsair corsair sent over all the gear.

We need to create and capture sick gameplay montages like that one and like crazy thing, they have gone from just system memory to the point where you can build almost an entire gaming setup with nothing but corsair parts.

So why don't, we give it a shot at the heart of almost any sick gaming and streaming rig is an amd, ryzen processor and we went with the ryzen 7 3700x, mostly because the ryzen 5000 series isn't out. Yet it's, roughly 300 features, eight cores and 16 threads and at this price is pretty much the best bang for the buck when it comes to a multitasking cpu.

In order to avoid an awkward situation where we do a build video and then two weeks later it's irrelevant we chose the asus rg crosshair 8.. It runs an x570 chipset allowing you to easily upgrade to the new ryzen 5000 series cpus once they land it's also got solid vrms.

If you're into overclocking amd has said that ryzen 5000 should be an overclocking beast. 11. Usb type, a ports onboard wi-fi, 6n bluetooth and yeah - it's expensive at 380 dollars, but it's about as feature-rich as it gets for system memory.

Naturally, we've, gotten corsair and naturally we've gone for rgb lighting. This is their vengeance rgb, and we & # 39. Ve got a 32gb here clocked at 33-33, megahertz cl 16. at 150 bucks. This is a pretty darn good.

Bang for the buck in terms of performance today and probably not needing to upgrade for quite some time. What's? A little dumb is having to remove this grille from the fan in order to get at the m.2 slot.

But what's? Not dumb is going with the corosair mp600 pci express gen4 ssd it's, rated for read speeds of almost five gigabytes per second and at 180 for a very fast boot drive it's, pretty darn reasonable.

It actually comes with a cooler, but, as you can see, we stripped it off because our intention was to mount it under the spreader that's built into our motherboard. So for our case, we've gone practical today.

Here, ladies and gentlemen, this is the corsair 275 airflow and they're, really taking the airflow things seriously. Yes, they do have kind of, like a stylistic front panel, that really doesn & # 39. T have a lot of gaps for airflow in it, but then bam.

Not only do they have these gaps in the side, they actually went and popped it off the rest of the case. So you & # 39. Ve got almost unimpeded access to fresh airflow from the sides, at least in theory.

We'll, see how it goes. It's also got a tempered glass side panel magnetic fan, filter due dad up here and, of course, cable management up. The wazoo, with room behind the motherboard tray for most of your cables and then a basement down in the bottom to cram all the ones that you couldn't figure out how to hide back there.

Of course, managing our unnecessary cables won't, be a problem with our modular corsair rm750x power supply. Corsair was one of the first to jump into the modular power supply game and they've, got it pretty much down to a science at this point, so we'll pop this into the bottom.

This case has nice tall feet, so we're, not going to worry about having our fan down and it getting suffocated or anything like that, screw it in from the back and go ahead and add our 24 pin connector our eight pin connector for The cpu, our other more different, eight pin connectors for the graphics card, and then we're, also going to need a sata cable to power, some of our other peripherals.

Oh, what the deuce, okay got. It figured out it's. Just this motherboard, the plate that covers the fan here also covers the middle uh screw hole. So i guess i'll start with some of the other ones. First, it's, got a little nubbin that's, holding it in place there's a feature.

I really like, of course, there's cases. This was also a hilarious innovation. The first time i saw it a box for the accessories that's shaped like a hard drive with hard drive holes that comes in the hard drive tray neat.

Our fan upgrade not exactly a practical one, but there's. No doubt that corsair's ml 120, pro rgb fans with their magnetic levitation, bearings and, of course, rgb lighting. Both perform great and look fantastic.

So we're, going to hook them all up to a commander pro rgb and fan controller. That i'm, going to just bury in the basement and not bother to cable, manage because cable managing rgb stuff is a nightmare.

Look at it all two wires per fan, even though some elements of this rig are more bang for the buck. Our cooling configuration is gonna, be freaking awesome with three intakes at the front and then three exhausts in the top and the back.

Now these two i can't put in yet because i need to mount them to to my h100i rgb pro xt liquid cooler, first um yeah main features of this puppy, rgb lighting and well it's. An aio liquid cooler. Keep that cpu, nice and cool.

This is the key moment in radiator mounting when you either knock everything down or you get the whole thing lined up in one go, so i had mounted the fans with the long radiator screws look a little something like that.

Had them just stacked there now i'm gonna try and put them all the way through to the rad and get the whole thing secured. Did i get it? Oh, i got two that's, most of the battle nice. That's, a quick aio mount right.

There, thermal paste is pre-applied and uh. I cheated and used the clip mount instead of the uh one that takes longer. So we're, just gonna pop that, on there i mean, ah realistically, who cares? What are we talking? Maybe one degree with the different mounting pressure.

Two is this gonna have enough room for the gpu yeah? It should be fine right. Oh god, this is really tight. Uh, okay, we're running our eight pin for the cpu power connector up here, and this is going to be a real tight fit.

Ladies and gentlemen, there we go that extra 4-pin. Next to it. We only really need that if we're getting into like extreme overclocking or something like that and we won't, be we're also going to plug in our 24 pin at this time after running it through the Cable management grommet here giving us a nice clean look.

This is all fan and rgb connectors that's. Why the commander pro comes in real handy? Okay, that's gonna go there that hangs off there and we plug all our fans into that. All right, which way! Do you guys want to go one two, three, four, five, six or wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong? Perfect! We're, not going to do that as much as fan and rgb.

Wiring is annoying, though this really does make it quite a lot. Less painful having it all go to one place, so i'm just going to tuck this down here and then tuck these over here and the cable management.

Shouldn't, look too bad front panel. Audio goes right here. I just love this pass-through here. I hate it when cases don't have that this is really annoying. This usb port doesn't quite line up with where it would need to be to go straight through the cable management hole.

So we're, stuck with kind of a bit of an awkward thing there. But what i'm kind of hoping is that when we bring the gpu cable through it'll kind of hide that behind the gpu and the power cables, the connectors for the front power and buttons are an example of why.

I do like to have a cable management hole like kind of right here right here, but you can see we can reuse the one that can be used for gpu cables as well. If you want to bring them up from the bottom so that that works out.

Pretty good actually do should we bring the gpu cables up from the bottom. What do you think this location versus this one? What do you want to see you like the side? Okay, i like it because it can help with gpu sag a little bit if you bring it over top that's.

The main reason it's, not for aesthetics. On that note, it's. Finally, time to put the graphics card in so we're gonna pull out. These two pci covers wow, that's, a strong magnet okay and we're moving those tubes over a little all right.

Let's. See here. Does that fit all right, hey they can stop making. These runs between the two connectors so long, because no one's. Gon na run dual gpus anymore. Is that good enough yeah all right? Look! Okay! For a system with rgb all over this is not bad.

Just got to use the old trick came together, pretty nicely didn't. It not bad still got to fire it up and make sure everything works, but so far, not bad. Now it's time for phase two of the build. The peripherals, if you told me, corsair, was gonna, have everything, but the cpu, gpu and motherboard under their umbrella, like even all the peripherals.

Just like a few years ago, i've, been like really actually yeah. They seem to be on the way towards world domination. That makes sense that's. Probably what i would have said. One of the big highlights today is, of course, the k100 rgb.

It features corsair's, iconic all-aluminum construction and the new iq wheel. So this thing's, super cool. You can use it to like zoom or uh scroll between all tabs and actually it's got an sdk, so the potential is kind of limitless.

That's, pretty neat it's, got like a wrap around rgb lighting that we'll, see in a moment here: 4 000 hertz polling rate, which is apparently thanks to using a usb 2 data path. Instead of usb 1.1 and this particular one is equipped with cherry mx speed switches, although there is a different version using corsair's, opx switches that are optically triggered it's, got corsair's; traditional pretty solid, build quality That's, looking real fine, actually but a price to match it over two hundred dollars, but hey it's, got the cable management for your headset wire, oh david.

I missed the best part. Look at this wrist rest. It's, so plushy also. Does it mount magnetically it does now. I'm feeling fancy. I'm, a fancy gamer for our mouse. We're using a dark core rgb pro. We actually managed to forget to grab a corsair mouse pad, so i guess what we're going to find out is how well it tracks on a random vinyl sticker surface.

Here, ooh iq nexus, their companion touchscreen. We were supposed to do a short circuit unboxing of this thing. I saw this and it looked super cool, but i never got around to it. So i guess we're, going to find out how it uh how it works here.

This is officially corsair's, most hilarious product they & # 39, ve dropped all pretense. This is the corsair rgb rgb. Stick it just sits on your desk and is rgb. They don't. They're, not even pretending that it is going to have some other function like being a mouse that's, also rgb or a case that also has rgb.

This is just rgb. Oh wait! No! Wait! There's, a headphone stand doohickey you can attach to it, but that's optional. There we go. How funny is it that they intentionally hung the headphones off the back so that it wouldn't get in the way of the rgb? Even though that's like less ergonomic to grab them, i mean, i guess technically, you could put it on any way.

You want. Okay, you could do this if you really wanted to, but then you're only getting 75 of the rgb that you paid for. Clearly, this is the way how many buttons do you need. I don't know, but the stream deck xl has them uh.

If you're, not familiar with the stream deck lineup, every one of these is a screen, so you can put like your scene or images or if you have like a sound board or something each one of these can have a unique function.

We won't actually be using one of the key benefits of the wave 3 microphone from elgato because we're using a wireless headset. But if you plug directly into it, you can actually control both volume and mixing of volume.

And your own voice directly on the microphone itself, which is pretty cool. It comes with a little um mounting adapter if you have an arm, but we're, just gonna throw it on the little standy stand here, and then that leaves only ah one of their big new products, which is the elgato ring light.

It's, wi-fi enabled, which means you can control it with an app on your phone or i'd. Never do that. I usually just use the app on my computer, but then i guess, if you're in game yeah, it makes sense.

You might actually use your phone okay. I get it now. Uh. Usually i'm streaming. Lan show. So i don't use it for that and then, as a ring light. Of course, one of the key benefits is that you get nice even illumination around your face got a little camera mount right in the middle there.

So you can mount your camera right in the middle. We can adjust the color temperature and the brightness, but uh in software. So we're, going to go ahead and get the app installed when we boot up the system.

Let's, see if this thing actually fires up here. Now that everything is functionally working. I'm uh, adding some rgb accents. We've got our fans lit up, so that looks pretty sweet. Oh yeah! Now we'll, find out uh david, and i were talking about this off camera - how the rgb is gonna look through the front grill, i would say not bad.

We're gonna have to get a b-roll shot of it or something not in like bright light, because it looks way cooler when it's, not under studio lighting. There are a couple configuration things that are a little weird right now i couldn't, get the ring light to sink wirelessly, for whatever reason my ones at home are like just work instantly.

So i'm, not sure what the deal is with that, and then this is a funny one. The backlight definitely works on this, but when i load the profile for the h100i rgb, it's like not backless, like it's in a power saving mode or something so it's.

Working, see check this out. That's extreme then i go ahead and click quiet give him a sec there. He goes ramping down. Everything else seems to be working pretty much normally, though, so all that's left now is to actually fire up a game.

I guess all right, i may not have chosen the most intense game, but it's. Definitely in line with our rgb themes here. Alright, ladies and gentlemen, have you you've unironically played this game. Oh yeah, i love piglet yeah.

All right, hey, i realize for some of you, this might not live up to the expectations you might have had for what we were gonna do with this epic corsair gaming rig. But look i don't judge, whatever people want to stream go ahead and stream and corsair with their elgato subsidiary in particular, has got all the gear that you need to do it.

So you can check it all out at the link in the video description, thanks again to corsair, for sponsoring this video and thanks to you guys for checking it out. If you enjoyed it, maybe check out uh what else yeah check out the rest of our all.

Whatever builds, we've done like four of them now.

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