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For laptops, I prefer Dave2D. Straight to the point, seems not biased, will tell you what's wrong.

For mobiles, I go for the MrMobile. Super clean review, excellent editing, nice personnality and soothing voice. He deserves more subscribers imo.



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Off the top of my head. Level1Techs, My Playhouse, EEVblog, bigclivedotcom, AvE, Michael Reeves, Barnacules Nerdgasm

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Three Methods to Resetting a Windows Login Password

A Beginners Guide to Debian CLI Based File Servers

A Beginners Guide to PROXMOX

How to Use Rsync on Microsoft Windows for Cross-platform Automatic Data Replication

A How To Guide: Setting up SMB3.0 Multichannel on FreeNAS

How You can Reset Your Windows Login Password with Hiren's BootCD - (Depreciated)


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How to Build Your Own DAS


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GPU Pass-though w/ QEMU on Debian Linux

How to Setup Drive Sharing in Windows 10

How to Format a HDD/SSD in Windows


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I am only loyal to three YouTubers meaning I only watch them regularly and I don't watch any others frequently.


Unbox Therapy


I do watch Paul's Hardware but not regularly.

BlankFace says so.

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HWC for cases

GN for technical stuff

Jay for watercooling tips(though he uses EK >:()

Tech linked for seeing if I missed news

L1T for Linux stuff

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#3. There is nothing "wrong" with being wrong. Learning from a mistake can be more valuable than not making one in the first place.


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Forgotten Weapons

Might Car Mods

Element14 Presents (formerly The Ben Heck Show)




You should really specify what type of tech channels/tubers.



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Jayz2cents, MKBHD, MrMobile, GamersNexus...that's honestly about it. I'll watch some Hardware Canucks from time to time but a lot of their videos have gotten stale for me.

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55 minutes ago, 7412 said:

For laptops, I prefer Dave2D. Straight to the point, seems not biased, will tell you what's wrong.

For mobiles, I go for the MrMobile. Super clean review, excellent editing, nice personnality and soothing voice. He deserves more subscribers imo.



Thanks a lot; now I have to sift through 350 YouTube channel subscriptions. Hold my beer. 🍺 (


I've broken down the channels into three different purposes for me:

  • True-to-life channels providing real-world reviews from down-to-earth people
  • Channels providing entertainment at the expense of integrity or heavy bias
  • On-the-fence channels that could go either way depending on each & every video

By no means am I trying to de-value the overall enjoyment I receive from each channel group - they all provide value to me in some way. However, I have to filter out videos by integrity, since one of the 3 groups is definitely heavily biased due to ad-revenue shilling. I'll let you guys figure out which category is which.


Category Y

  • LTT
  • Bitwit
  • dbrand
  • GetConnected Media
  • Tek Syndicate
  • GizmoSlip
  • Photonicinduction
  • Snazzy Labs
  • Swashin
  • Engadget
  • Vox Media
  • The Verge (excluding that one video about tweezers)
  • ThePotatoIsAStarchyTuberousCropFromThePerennialSolanumTuberosumOfTheNightshadeFamilyLOL


Category 7

  • dottotech
  • Casey Neistat
  • Pistol
  • HardwareCanucks
  • Dave2D
  • Lawrence Systems / PC Pickup
  • DIY Perks
  • kipkay
  • TekThing / Tekzilla / Hak5 (and literally any other Rev3 channels that Veronica Belmont, Shannon Morse, Patrick Norton have ever been involved with)


Category @

  • Deadmau5
  • (Lisa from) MobileTechReview
  • FiberNinja
  • Level1Techs
  • Louis Rossmann
  • Maarten Heilbron
  • Peter McKinnon
  • Kai Wong
  • Lok Cheung
  • Modern Vintage Gamer
  • Strange Parts
  • TechLinked
  • Techquickie
  • Barnacules Nerdgasm
  • Taran Van Hemert
  • Technology Connections
  • Pleasant Green

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1.- Tech Deals - Straight to the point, honest, complete reviews with bunch of numbers, benchmarks and some insights.

2.- Hardware unboxed - Bunch of benchmarks, aussie accent 👌

3.- Benchmark/TestingGames - Straight out benchmarks of almost any "vs" between CPUs and GPUs you can imagine.


LTT would be 4th on my list but honestly its pretty random now, it's like a bit of tech, a bit of jokes, a bit of advertisement and for me it has definitely lost some of the old school build guide/unboxing feel and after Channel SuperFun stopped uploading i only watch so much of the LTT channel and its other lesser ones, tbh the video i've watched the most lately was the summer 2019 buying guide by Anthony, the rest of "tech" channels i don't really like, they are incredibly boring, cringy or outright unbearable like Jay/bitwitt/paul/newegg, etc. i'd rather watch modding/tutorial channels than those reviewers.


4.- Joey Delgado/Modstek - A lot of pc building

5.- Spartan geek (spa) - For the lolz


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TechLinked, LinusTechTips, and GN for PC stuffs;


Spawn Wave, BeatEmUps, and Arlo for nintendo stuff

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Marques Brownlee and HardwareCanucks are two of my favorite channels to watch. I love the quality of the camera setups used in their videos. In my opinion, HardwareCanuks in particular has the best lighting I've ever seen online. 

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3 hours ago, 7412 said:

For laptops, I prefer Dave2D. Straight to the point, seems not biased, will tell you what's wrong.

For mobiles, I go for the MrMobile. Super clean review, excellent editing, nice personnality and soothing voice. He deserves more subscribers imo.



MrMobile, Luke Miani, Snazzy Labs, LTT (heil daddy linus), Austin Evans, MKBHD and Dave2D. 

UrAvgConsumer occasionally.

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I watch quite a few tech/etc. youtubers, and am subscribed to several, including:

  • $300 Data Recovery
  • Actually Hardcore Overclocking
  • AMD (or do they count?)
  • Austin Evans
  • Barnacules Nerdgasm
  • Bitwit (mostly on Floatplane)
  • Carey Holzman
  • der8auer
  • Fractal Design (or do vendors / manufacturers count?)
  • Gamers Nexus
  • GNSteve
  • Hardware Unboxed
  • Hardware Canucks
  • HDD Recovery Services
  • iJustine (+ gaming, and just noticed I'm subbed to ijustinesiphone & otherijustine which haven't had uploads in several years)
  • Jarrod'sTechss
  • JayzTwoCents
  • Joanne Tech Lover
  • Krystal Key
  • Level1Techs
  • LGR
  • Linus Tech Tips (mostly on Floatplane)
  • LinusCatTips (Gotta watch his supervisors too!)
  • Louis Rossman
  • LowSpecGamer
  • Luke Lafreniere
  • Maraksot78
  • Mark Furneaux
  • Moore's Law Is Dead
  • NCIX Tech Tips
  • Nerd on a Budget
  • Nerdphilia
  • Newegg Studios
  • Nixie Pixel
  • Noisy Butters
  • NothingButTech
  • Oldtech81
  • Paul's Hardware
  • PC Perspective
  • PCPartPicker
  • PhilsComputerLab
  • Professer Messer
  • RandomGamingInHD
  • RogueTech Gaming
  • Sarah Dietschy
  • Greg Salazar (I thought it was called "Science Studio"?)
  • SouZy
  • Taran Van Hemert
  • TastyPC
  • Tech Deals (mostly on Floatplane)
  • Tech of Tomorrow
  • Tech YES City
  • TechLinked
  • Techquickie
  • The Tech Guy (I listen to his terrestrial radio show, mostly on Saturdays on KFI out of Los Angeles.  Church (or football) conflicts with Sundays so I usually can't listen then.)
  • ThioJoe
  • TWiT Tech Podcast Network
  • UFD Tech

The bold ones are ones I watch more often.  (Also a few of the other ones haven't uploaded videos in a year or more.  I left off a tech channel or a few, like MCS Tech, that I'm subbed to but took down their content.)

The ones I watch frequently vs occasionally seem to change at random.


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Level1, Jay and OC3D. Everything else if I'm researching something. Like The Podcaster I watched for USB mic reviews.

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I can watch a bit of this or that, but this is the list of things I'd either watch regularly or will go to as first option when looking for something

  • Level1Techs: in general, and would scan Level1Linux's backlog when undertaking a given project.
  • LTT: The WAN show in particular for either discussion or entertainment, depending on the week.
  • KitGuru: Leo's case reviews, as long as I'm looking for a case.
  • AdoredTV: for historical/atemporal discussions about the evolution of PC technology and their related. markets. Sometimes also its meta-analysis after a bunch of "quick and dirty" reviews hit the press.

GN and TechDeals will have rather unique stuff that interests me from time to time, but I can't say I watch them regularly. Their news and rants can get more views from me at times when I'm listening to something in the background, but it hasn't been the case lately.


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I also like JayZ, TImmy Joe, and Paul a lot. 

Ryzen 1600x @4GHz

Asus GTX 1070 8GB @1900MHz

16 GB HyperX DDR4 @3000MHz

Asus Prime X370 Pro

Samsung 860 EVO 500GB

Noctua NH-U14S

Seasonic M12II 620W

+ four different mechanical drives.

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