Summary of This Old PC Advice Aged like fine MILK! BEWARE!

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This video discusses how old PC advice can be outdated and harmful. It argues that people should be aware of newer, more powerful power supplies and hubs, and that older advice might not be applicable to today's technology.

  • 00:00:00 This old PC advice is outdated and you should ignore it. Modern processors come with a more efficient cooler and it is recommended to use a higher end air or water cooler if you plan on overclocking or turning on precision boost overdrive.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses how people's old mentality about hardware can be harmful. For example, some people still believe that you don't need a high end cooler if the ambient temperature is better, or that you should defrag an SSD. In fact, SSDs are not designed to be defragmented and this can damage them. Additionally, fans are no longer marketed based solely on their airflow or static pressure capabilities, but on their ability to produce vibrant colors. Finally, the video argues that fans are now bought based on their aesthetic qualities, such as their RGB capabilities.
  • 00:10:00 This old PC advice is still relevant, 10 years later, for people who want to buy a power supply for their PC. High-quality power supplies have increased in efficiency and quality, and they are now more reliable and efficient than ever. When choosing a power supply, be sure to look at the 80 Plus rating, which correlates to the quality and efficiency of the power supply.
  • 00:15:00 This old PC advice is still applicable, but you should be aware of the newer, more powerful power supplies and hubs available on the market. You should also be wary of older advice that might not be applicable to today's technology.

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