Hello, my name is William and I am a software engineer in the United States Air Force. I build/repair computers as a hobby/side job. I was building 2-3 computers a month but have recently taken on a smaller load due to time conflicts with other hobbies and my job.
In my 15 years of building computers, I have built roughly 500-600 computers; 90% of which were gaming "rigs". I have an unprecedented amount of knowledge and experience and I've decided to start spreading knowledge when and where I can. I am more than happy to provide advice and information to anybody that seeks it. I know that there is no shortage of that on the internet and especially this site, but there is an overwhelming amount of biased opinions and bad/misleading information that surrounds building computers that can affect how somebody goes about their builds and I would like to be part of a solution to that problem when possible. I frequently browse the forums and try to find posts that have 0 replies but I obviously don't have time to get to them all, so if you want to PM me with any questions, please do.
Outside of PC building/Gaming. I am also big into automotive performance, so if you ever want to talk about something other than computers; I am always down for a chat about cars.
For anyone that doesn't know me, I am back in the United States and am currently in the works of setting up a computer building business similar to the ones that I had in Germany and previously. I am also trying to set up a "network" of builders across the country, so if you are interested in becoming a part of that or you are interested in having a custom built computer, send me a PM.
I think "friend" lists are silly in profiles, but if you've come to my profile because you trust my judgement/knowledge, here is a list of people that have my respect as they usually, if not always know what they are talking about. In no particular order.
Working on updating them (still working on getting my stuff in order IRL)