Probably the biggest topic of conversation at UltimateComputers.net is: will these parts work together? This video explains how you should go about choosing parts that will be compatible. Enjoy!
On August 22nd I’ll be heading up to Ithaca, NY to start my college education at Cornell University’s Engineering college. So what do you think the one thing that stressed be out about college was? The workload? The pressure? The upperclassmen? Nope. My one worry was this: How will I[…]
Before building a fairly basic computer for my mother, I realized that the since I wasn’t doing anything extreme (like watercooling), this would be the ideal opportunity to make a simple instructional video for beginner computer builders. The result was an easy-to-follow 10 minute tutorial:
I’ve been wanting to do this for a while, and now it’s finally done. Myself, and a few friends have finished building a computer completely submerged in mineral oil. Because mineral oil does not conduct electricity, computer components can be submerged in it without risk of shorting. It also helps[…]
I’ve upgraded my computer! My old system (ultimate computer 1) has been donated to my brother, and I will be replacing it with a watercooled beast. The specs and pictures are available in my forum post here. And I’ve made both a montage of the build set to music, and[…]
That’s right, not just one more computer building video, but two! Are you excited or what? I did these a few days apart, but uploaded them both to youtube today. Once again, the parts are pretty similar, because I’ve tested that they work well together. So without further adieu… UltimateComputer3.[…]
The video of my first computer build was more successful than I thought on youtube, so it looks like I’ll be filming some more. Following is a similar system that I built with a friend. It’s designed for most of the same stuff, video editing, some games, etc. Visit the[…]