I know Ive been looking at this Dell PC quite a bit, but today I decided I would return to it and actually assemble the system (which had previously simply been open, with the power supply on top and numerous screws and parts sitting in the bottom). The end result is a seriously capable low-cost gaming system, built around an E-Waste dumpster dived prebuilt and upgraded with a 750 Ti and a beefier power supply! While setting up to film this video, I dropped a power supply on my white background, severely damaging the desk surface and requiring a full surface replacement (made out of posterboard, like the rear of the background). Though this was annoying to build and delayed the video by around an hour, the surface is now slightly wider (meaning that it will need to be digitally widened during editing less frequently), and can be replaced if any major damage is done to it. Overall, an improvement! --- Contact Me --- Please dont use any YouTube contact features, I never read them. If you need to get in touch, please contact me on Reddit as a private message to /u/DodoDude700 or comment on one of my videos. --- How I make my videos --- I use Final Cut Pro on my custom built Xeon E3 Hackintosh, and film with a Canon EOS 60D. I use a pair of large fluorescent studio lights for most of my work, but may use various other types if filming away from the room I usually film in. I have a really overfilled lab, which is usually where I dig up the tech seen in my videos. --- ALL TRADEMARKS AND IMAGES BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS --- I do not claim to own any of the trademarks mentioned in my videos. Some images may be obtained from third party sources. If you need to contact me for legal reasons, please use one of the above contact methods. --- Music --- The music used in the Dodoid and Dodoid Advent Calendar 2020 intros is AdhesiveWombat - Bombs. The music used in the Dodoid Advent Calendar 2020 intro is AdhesiveWombat - Tinybit. Other AdhesiveWombat songs are sometimes used.
E-Waste Dell Optiplex 990 - Gaming Upgrades with GTX 750 Ti (Day 6)