To be open about this topic. I have never put a computer together & do have plans to try it out for fun. I just need to find the money & time to do it. So I may try to see if something that I may like to do it as a hobby in the future.
Now for the video that The Verge put out. I became aware of the video on Sunday & thought that it a random person that found it just to rant about how dumb the person in the video is. I never that a few other people found it & rip it apart to sherds. In hopes to get it taken off YouTube & it was taken down do to major errors that was made in the video.
With that all out. I think the video was just a mess to put out in the first place. You have a big named tech website. That puts out a video that any kind major errors that can you in to a big amount of trouble for anything that you have in a video that. I was a bit confused on a few things that man was doing & was questioning a few thing on what was trying to do.
I didn't catch all any the issues till they where commented on in the video & I was shocked that a anyone will just post a video with so many errors in them & them take it down after the fact of these problems are there.
We found out that some how the computer was working right, but we don't know that it was the issues that people were pointing out where all fixed. I was a concern that people will take the way that the computer will work the same way that as long all the right parts in the case & there is power to it. No matter what the computer will run smoothly.
My final thoughts is this. Don't make big mistakes & past them as facts. This kinda stuff will get you into a lot of major problems in the long run. I don't like to hear that people took a person's advice & it was not accurate at all.