Build Log Complete! Metallic Gear Neo G Mini Final Video

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Yes, I finally completed the Metallic Gear Neo G Mini Build Log!

Watch the video and let me know what you think, it certainly was a labor of love!

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the time has come to show off the masterpiece I know it’s been a long time since the last video you can tell my face has grown long as they say and so is my hair I mean life happens things get busy but this machine’s been performing beautifully as you can see we got the the RGB strip down here in front cheapo knockoffs fans they don’t work or a sink that’s okay I’m not really concerned about that the only thing that kind of irks me a little bit is I have one RGB header which I put the strip on and so the case comes I you can’t see from this angle has a little bottom light in the front that works with the or a sink it’s just shining white because I had to unhook it to plug in the stripper fans of Linux and RGB may be a little disappointed because or sync does not have any native Linux clients there are some scripts out there I believe that people have created but it’s not quite the same so that stinks I’ll did I’ll live with it it’s fine one other thing is this thing is it does perform beautifully it I mean transfer speeds and everything is just so much faster than what I used to have I don’t have any benchmarks that I’ve run because quite frankly I haven’t had a lot of time and that’s why this videos late but you know I use it while I’m working from home every day you know maybe I’ll make a video on that soon a lot of people ask me how or do you like working from home yes it is awesome and you probably could find a job working from home if you really wanted to maybe there’s a lot of options out there but that’s for another video so in the meantime enjoy the beautiful footage [Music] alright guys thanks for watching I really do appreciate it yeah it’s been it’s been a lot of fun doing this it’s also been a good amount of work I apologize for the poor audio quality on something I know I need to fix so hopefully in that next video you you’ve got to subscribe to get it hopefully in that next video if you subscribe and get it I will have that audio fixed you’ll be able to hear me so much better so next time

By Dustin Montgomery

I am the main man behind the scenes here. I have been building computers for over 15 years, and sitting at them for even longer. I currently work from home where I am able to pursue the art of the perfect workstation by day and the most epic battlestation by night.