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As far as rambling goes, Buildzoid is the King there.

I find it hard not to doze off while he's on a tangent.

He's in a league of his own with rambling but he does give a stupid amount of info as well so he can be worth watching.

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He's in a league of his own with rambling but he does give a stupid amount of info as well so he can be worth watching.

Agreed.

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As far as rambling goes, Buildzoid is the King there.

I find it hard not to doze off while he's on a tangent.
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Agreed.
hey remember this guy?:


fwiw, i find buildziod's tangents . . well they have gotten better over time. first time i saw him was during his polaris OC live stream and the most used word was stupid. now he does explain things 50% of the time. i think @Jpmboy may agree that he at least his combing his hair now. he definitely benefits the average joe (and then some) for making a tech purchase.


btw, since steven was my first (in understanding vrms) i'll always pimp him out as he reviews the mobos for tweaktown since he "retire"d from posting here (Sin0822).

if anything, i could remind you there is a FF button when watching youtube vids.

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hey remember this guy?:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDxFbAhu4Bo


fwiw, i find buildziod's tangents . . well they have gotten better over time. first time i saw him was during his polaris OC live stream and the most used word was stupid. now he does explain things 50% of the time. i think @Jpmboy may agree that he at least his combing his hair now. he definitely benefits the average joe (and then some) for making a tech purchase.


btw, since steven was my first (in understanding vrms) i'll always pimp him out as he reviews the mobos for tweaktown since he "retire"d from posting here (Sin0822).

if anything, i could remind you there is a FF button when watching youtube vids.


Haha, thats too funny!

Do you have a worm in my system?

I was just reading this article after I had made the last post and then you posted this!

https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/93...sor/index.html

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the kids will say us boomers are having a bromance.

It's a rambling tangent brought on by early onset Alzheimer's.

READ this thread before starting your first build!!!
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Hmm, I never knew about this.

There was a time when I watched his content quite regularly and I wasn't even planning to buy any PC parts. I just genuinely thought his content was quite entertaining, and I got to update myself (kinda) with some up-to-date news about parts or whatever. I only stopped because youtube somehow stop featuring his channel on my feed.

Well, he's been around for a long time and done a lot for the community, certainly earned enough to have his life taken care of too, I bet. Good for him.

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Now I prefer watching Wendell at Level1 or TTL at OC3D, far more genuine, Wendell is great for actual tech stuff and TTL is good for an honest opinion although he does ramble a bit.
Oh, completely forgot about those guys (I really haven't been watching tech youtubers for a while), totally agree, they are great.

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Found this while browsing the net.
Someone had fun with this.

Anyway, Linus is not really that advanced.
Other people working with him are more competent than him.
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...Anyway, Linus is not really that advanced.
Other people working with him are more competent than him.
Especially Anthony.

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