The video reviews a pre-built PC from Star Forge. The PC is well-built and has a lot of features, but there are some QC issues that need to be fixed. The customer service from Star Forge is good, but the system may not be perfect upon arrival.
00:00:00 The author of the video reviews a Gator Edition PC, which costs $3,500 and is allegedly well-built, working, and sponsored by Ridge Wallet. However, there are several problems with the PC, including poor margins, the high prices, and the fact that some of the streamers critical of the PCS have been Perma-Banned.
00:05:00 The reviewer's computer was "resiliency" and "less likely to be stolen." They liked the starforge system, but found the custom packaging to be better. They gave the case an A-, and liked the fact that the included cables are "courtesy cables." The reviewer also liked the fact that the PC comes with a "30 90" and a "3080 TI."
00:10:00 The reviewer examines a PC and finds that it has a lot of features, but some questionable design choices. The reviewer also finds that the PC has a custom-made logo, and that the creator of the PC has included a Windows license.
00:15:00 The video reviews a PC that was built by a computer company, Starforge, that has had some QC errors. One of the QC errors was that the power LED was plugged in backwards, which apparently doesn't have any impact on the system's performance, but is a royal pain for the end user to fix. Another QC error was that the hard drive LED was plugged into the hard drive LED, which is supposed to be the blue illumination that indicates that the hard drive is active. Finally, the company has started being onboarded to the Windows SI program, and so any updates to the PC should be made soon.
00:20:00 The host of the video reviews a variety of pre-built PC options and finds that Star Forge offers competitive prices and good customer service. However, he warns potential buyers that the system may not be perfect upon arrival and that it may be necessary to have it fixed by Star Forge.