Russian Nvidia Fanboy Lost His Head in Argument, Murdered AMD Fanboy Friend

two Friends could not keep it cool over friendly argument on Nvidia vs AMD and it turned into mess, Russian Nvidia Fanboy murdered his AMD fanboy friend

A friendly argument between two Russian friends turned into violence when Russian Nvidia fanboy murdered his AMD fanboy friend over Nvidia vs AMD debate. Russian Nvidia fanboy grabbed the kitchen knife and hacked his friend. Moments later, he was stabbed further for 11 more times after he was dead. He then burned the body to cover the crime.

The 31-year-old Aleksander Trofimov was held responsible for murdering his 37-year old Evgeny Lylin friend living in Saransk, Russia. The crime actually happened September 16, 2016, but its conviction happened recently after he admitted to committing it. Aleksander Trofimov was sentenced to nine and half years for the crime.

Russian Nvidia Fanboy. murdered, his Friend, over bizzare debate

Russian Nvidia fanboy Aleksander Trofimov claims that the violent action was the result of drinking and something mixed within. Moreover, he said that he instantly sobered after murdering his friend and that he had to cover the crime and get rid of the trouble.

In parallel news, Attack on Titan editor was arrested for allegedly murdering his wife. According to local news, Jung had phoned the emergency services on 9th August last year saying that his wife had collapsed. First responders found her in an unexplained state that didn’t seem to corroborate with Jung’s account. Her back was to the foot of the stairs and she had light scratches on her face.

Park told the police that she had fallen down the stairs however investigation later revealed that the cause of death was actually suffocation due to pressure around her throat, suggesting strangling.


The Attack on Titan editor later changed his story and said that his 38-year-old wife had actually committed suicide by hanging herself on the staircase’s handrail. After the investigation, police couldn’t find enough evidence to support Park’s claim of suicide which suggested foul play. To know more on this story, check out here.




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