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Sept. 6, 2014, 1:11 p.m.

About Eltech

=== 4/28/17 ===

  • Finals and work is keeping me busy. Hopefully I can remind myself to get a build posted in a week or so.

  • I built 14 custom computers total. This means there is 13 genuine completed builds total on PCPP, this ignores the upgrade versions and some that I have not posted quite yet to maintain the total amount of unique computers.

  • I have built computers for my family, my job, my friends, and myself.

  • A list of my families computers: | Grandma A's PC | Mother's PC | Sister's PC | Father's PC | Cousin's PC | Nephew's PC | Grandma E's PC | Aunt's PC | Uncle G's PC

  • Job's ITX computer. Intended for me being relocated to the desk and computer, but once my boss saw it he was hooked and that's OK! It will be revised again here pretty soon. :)

  • Friend's computer: Hypersonic

  • My main computer is Ruby. My ITX computer is Ace, though it took me a while to think of a name for it.

  • If you check my Completed Builds than they're in order of post. Not on here.

  • I'm willing to help others in anyway that I can. I'm ready and able to respond by private message or by email. I'm also perfectly fine with anyone posting questions in my completed builds too.

  • Most of my purchases come from Amazon and Newegg. Unless I can afford $300~$900 of parts per month. My retail stores don't have a lot of options when it comes to computers and its parts. However, I'll continue to buy mouses, keyboards, speakers, and sometimes monitors in a local store. That is, if they're a reasonable price.

  • I'll be slowing down with building computers in 2017. Some older builds will be upgraded.

  • If you start posting in people's builds about a PSU is going to explode... please be more informative instead of scaring builders. Don't even spread false rumors about some of the reliable PSUs or what PSUs are intended for. I know I'm no better but I don't intend to scare builders, only to inform. So the point is: there is more to the PSU yet I'm no expert nor have the equipment to test such things.

  • Check this PSU Review Database. And don't you dare mock any new builder, it's disrespectful. We all made mistakes before in the past so please be understanding.
  • For searching power wattage requirement amount for powering up a Video Card AKA GPU. Here is a PSU wattage list that recommends it. For AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards. Yet, keep it as a grain of salt too.
  • However, you might be surprised about the wattage recommendations are additional headroom for precaution. If you have a wattage reader, you could have a lot of headroom available. So do get a wattage reader from Amazon and see for yourself when you turn on your computer. See how much wattage is used by your favorite games, even when you overclock your CPU and GPU, just check it.

  • I feel honored by manirelli's comments. It's on my father's build, BowHunter. 09/15/2015
  • His first and second statements, I do agree upon. His last statement is far too generous.

Not every featured build needs to be some 10000 dollar watercooled caselabs build. We like to showcase all sorts of machines on the front page. This one is fantastically documented and has great pictures which made it a no-brainer.

  • You can contact me through email but please ask me first by a private message.

  • Lastly, I do have a Steam, UPlay and Origin account. If you ever want to team up in a game, let me know by sending me a private message. Otherwise, take care!