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Future Content Here on Hubpages

Updated on December 23, 2017
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I'm just a small time guy working a normal job as a physician assistant. My passion is building PCs and testing/reviewing PC hardware.

Hello everyone. Will here and today, I wanted to give you all an update on the future content I intend to bring here on hubpages. With the holiday season and spending time with family away from my home, it is a little hectic to find time to bring you guys some articles. However, I will do my best to get a hub or two out over the next 5 or 6 days I am away with family.

What to expect in 2018?

So, what can you expect from me in the next few weeks and in 2018? Well, for starters, being a tech reviewer, I will continue to bring you guys my recommendations for gaming PC builds. Those will be a combination of top end enthusiast builds to the mid range, average consumer builds to the budget build PCs. I am hoping that we get some relief on graphics card prices and RAM prices in the coming months but I’m not very optimistic at this point.

Intel Core i7-7700K

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Main PC change coming?

Speaking of PCs, I will be switching from my Intel Core i7-7700K system and liquid cooling to an AMD Ryzen 5 1600 or AMD Ryzen 7 1700 with air cooling, most likely with a BeQuiet air cooler or Noctua Air cooler. The AMD processors overclock fairly well on their stock coolers so, I should be able to get a decent overclock, a little better than with the stock cooler, with one of these higher end air coolers and give a good, in depth review of those air cooler in comparison to the all-in-one liquid cooler.

Ryzen 5 1600

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Partnered? Not quite.

On a bit of a side note, when it comes to processors, I did get in contact with Intel to see about getting some chips to review and they respectfully declined, most likely because of my small following but hey, it is what it is. They were very nice in telling me no but to contact them in the future as they are constantly changing their clientele and other things. And as I told Juan over at Intel, I honestly wasn’t even expecting them to return my email. I also contacted NZXT about getting some review samples and they got back to me almost immediately and my request has been forwarded to the marketing folks. I’ve placed out more feelers to other companies as well to get some review samples so I can better inform you guys. That and it gets really expensive purchasing these products out of pocket.

AMD Ryzen 7 1700

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Graphics Cards and Coolers

The next content on my agenda will be graphics cards. I am hoping that sometime in early 2018 that I will be able to get my hands on an AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 so I can compare it to a GTX 1080. In addition, I’d like to do some aftermarket modding on some of these graphics cards like adding a water cooler, specifically with the NZXT and/or Corsair brackets with their all-in-one liquid coolers. I have plans to get more midlevel cards to compare and hope to be able to compare at least 10 to 12 cards in specific games.

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I intend to get some budget and mid-level gaming PC cases to build in and review. I also plan to review the Corsair products I recently purchased which includes an MP500 m.2 drive, Corsair gaming Void headset, and a K70 mechanical keyboard. I will also revisit my Intel Core i7-7700K overclocks and RAM overclocks and update you all on those. I will also provide an update on my Swagbucks progress and the total earnings I have made to date.

YouTube?

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YouTube

I have also been going back and forth, weighing the pros and cons of putting more content on YouTube. However, there are some YouTubers, TechTubers as I call them, that I follow who are saying that YouTube has an algorithm that is killing their profitability from putting content on there. A lot of their content is getting demonetized because the algorithm picks up certain words that the algorithm itself deems unworthy to have ads placed within the video or prior to the content playing. The thing I have going for me is that I do not do this for money but instead because I like tinkering with computers and computer parts. So, YouTube content creation may be coming but at this point, I am not sure. What do you guys think?

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What remains in 2017?

What remains in 2017? Well, I have a few hubs that I have been working on the past few days that I plan on publishing. These articles will include a comparison of the RX 570 against the GTX 1080, GTX 1070 Ti against the GTX 1080, GTX 1070 Ti against the RX 570, the Corsair K70 keyboard review, and maybe 1 other (depends on how hectic things get with family get togethers). The hub comparing the RX 570 against the GTX 1080 has been written on hubpages and should be published soon.

Corsair Gaming

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Conclusion and Final Thoughts

Well, there you have it. Just a quick update on what I will be doing here at Hubpages in the near future. Also, as a treat to those of you who are stopping by and supporting my hubs, I will be having some giveaways. Nothing big (I will be personally purchasing them) but with the support from you guys and letting people know about me, I hope that I will be able to get enough views daily, weekly, and monthly to get some partners to pass along review samples and in turn, give away samples. As always, thanks for stopping by and I hope see you back soon.

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      William Cobb 5 months ago from Clarksville, TN

      Absolutely. I feel the exact same way

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      Eric Farmer 5 months ago from Phoenix Arizona

      Sounds like you got lots of interesting things planned. When it comes to tech I tend to read rather than watch but I know there are some decent channels out there. I just don't like how some people ramble on in videos sometimes. Especially tutorials.

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      William Cobb 5 months ago from Clarksville, TN

      Well, in all honesty, I just want to give Ryzen a shot beyond the Ryzen 3 1200. I love that little processor and it packs a good little punch for the price you pay, even with a cheap, AMD Radeon R7 360 2GB graphics card. I suppose the only reason is because I just want to try something new and the Coffee Lake series isn't that much of an upgrade from Kaby Lake. At the same time, the Ryzen processors are a little better at productivity and I may be getting into Tech Review videos on a YouTube channel which the Ryzens would save me a little time with that endeavor.

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      Michael Hatamoto 5 months ago from SF Bay Area

      "I will be switching from my Intel Core i7-7700K system and liquid cooling to an AMD Ryzen 5 1600 or AMD Ryzen 7 1700 ..."

      Curious about the CPU change to Ryzen. I am also thinking of giving a Ryzen build a go. Also stoked to see AMD finally sorting itself after a few years of disarray.

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