These are the Features you NEED in your PC!

4 Apr 2021
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These are the features that you absolutely should have in your PC. These will make your life MUCH easier when it comes to maintaining and operating your computer.
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    Alex MarkussònAlex MarkussònVor 3 Stunden
  • My PC: working Jay: Buy motherboard with debug LED Me: buys new motherboeard My PC: Doesn't work, but I have debug LED

    Stihl MS500iStihl MS500iVor 12 Stunden
  • Must have feature is a built in backplate, I hate installing seperate backplates they are just so fiddly lol

    Harley DHarley DVor Tag
  • how do you feel about the nzxt creator pc? Ive been seeing mixed opinions on it

    Emmet RaneyEmmet RaneyVor Tag
  • not really a must-have now because the cases basically all have it but stuff that I don't miss the old way: screw-less side panels , PSU at the bottom, non floppy drive Bios update !!!! Man those diagnostics tools are awesome and the m.2 slots are just the best nowadays

    Eric LachaineEric LachaineVor Tag
  • In Modern Living Rooms Everyone Using "SoundProof Curtains" That Stops Outside Noise by 80% (25 Db) Tested. Check Here:

    Laura BrownLaura BrownVor Tag
  • On power supplies I absolutely must have modular cable systems. They make installation much easier, and make everything much nicer. You can even order up custom cables from some suppliers out there so you can get the style of cables you want in whatever color you want. As of motherboards and GPUs, I insist on sold state or polymer caps. They have much better high temp and late life performance. This is a must on reliability. I also really like having at least two front panel USB 3.0 connectors on the motherboard. One for the case, and one for an accessory (such as a card reader). Getting an SD Card reader for the front of your computer is a nice feature. SD cards are much smaller then thumb drives, and generally are easier to find high speed models of.

    ruediixruediixVor Tag
  • As a note, the way you make a GPU quieter is not to have fewer fans, but to have more, and just have them turned down. This can be done by underclocking and undervoltaging the card. Depending on the VPU you can lift up the amp limiter to compensate for the undervoltaging. Newer cards can allow you to undervolt all speeds except turbo. This is a great option for reducing light usage and idle heat/noise. Still, success at undervolting depends on silicon lottery just as much as overclocking.

    ruediixruediixVor Tag
  • Besides the points mentioned in the video. Proper case with dustfilters at the fans. I was mindblown when I upgraded from no name to a mid-high range Fractal design case. After 4 months of daily use, I opened it up and there was not one spec of dust inside. Granted I must clean the filters monthly even in an office environment where one would assume there's not that much of a dust.

    Zsolt GaborZsolt GaborVor 2 Tage
  • i tried buying a pc on redux but it didnt work. i just kept getting the message "not enough money on the bank for desired specs"

    Mortophobe:GamingMortophobe:GamingVor 2 Tage
  • RGB easy

    Christopher MunnChristopher MunnVor 2 Tage
  • Pro-tip if you don't have a clear-CMOS, just wire your reset switch (if you have one) to the clear CMOS thing. You can still reset the PC by holding the power button.

    Tom SchwankeTom SchwankeVor 2 Tage
  • lol 460$ for a 1660, I thought Redux didn't have parts mark up...

    RayRayVor 2 Tage
  • This is the video I needed!!! I have been going back and forth over motherboards for literally months. And graphics cards but lets be real that wont be happening for a hot minute. Im not in a hurry but still me WANTY. Loved the walk through! Especially the bit about flash and the buttons etc... Thank you so much for the explanations that include future trouble shooting tips thats what Im most anxious about for my build.

    Melody BalesMelody BalesVor 2 Tage
  • here i am still using a piezo speaker and listening for beeps to diagnose issues :D

    bcvbb hyuibcvbb hyuiVor 2 Tage
  • Dove into the comments looking for it but didn't find anyone calling the closing out - © 1901 JayzTwoCents, Inc. - Nice one Phil. Needs to longer than a millisecond tho..

    neocykeneocykeVor 2 Tage
  • Well I guess I should just get that MoBo he's holding. Right?

    RKDriverRKDriverVor 2 Tage
  • Must have?.... RTX 3090 Graphics Card at MSRP Unobtainium

    Paul GustinPaul GustinVor 2 Tage
  • wait so the red lights at the bottom of my motherboard that turn on everytime i boot are not good?

    Tom RouxelTom RouxelVor 3 Tage
  • I may be on ddr3 but i got dual bios 😈

    CCVor 3 Tage
  • Got my first SSD like, 6years ago? Now, i REFUSE to not have one for my OS, Screen and game recording/video editing and heavier games. One of the best choices i'v ever made

    IshidaNikurasuIshidaNikurasuVor 3 Tage
  • Cablemods. I just can`t live with the cables that comes with the PSU. Also why are there internal USB 3.0 Cables that are not right angled?

    Worst LowbobWorst LowbobVor 3 Tage
  • RGB xD

    Ali ImtiazAli ImtiazVor 3 Tage
  • I can't live without... insert Jay's voice IFIXTIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥

    vbddfy euuytvbddfy euuytVor 3 Tage
  • idk if it just happened to me, but i just used my BIOS Flashback on my x570 Dark Hero and maybe it's a nice info if this is a common thing.. i had to restart my PC several nerve wrecking times with all kinds of error codes after the BIOS Flashback, after some restarts it worked just fine but i was sweating because i thought i might just bricked my 500$ Motherboard

    Der HolziDer HolziVor 3 Tage
  • Zero speed PSU? I have an older Corsair RM 1000,, even during benchmarks with my I9 and 3080 it still doesnt spinup..

    Pedro TheSwiftPedro TheSwiftVor 3 Tage
  • The Must-have List. #1 build the Mb ON THE BOX (IT CAME IN)-Make sure it boots. This has been said; but say it again, and again... #2 put the CASE back panel shroud from the MB box into THE CASE. Double or triple check TO MAKE SURE IT IS snapped in ALL THE WAY AROUND! LTT just did a video on a staff member building their own computer & the person did not put the back shroud in!!

    Nick JonesNick JonesVor 3 Tage
    • My case broke so I used to turn on my computer on by taking a screwdriver to the pins

      vbddfy euuytvbddfy euuytVor 3 Tage
  • I love Self Adherent Cohesive Wrap Bandage - ....crickets chirping.... Okay, the reasons - it is a great way to change the color of any wires sets, as it is non conductive, easy to wrap, no adhesive, and lasts. Great for cable management as it takes very little and looks and works better then hard zip ties. Can easily wrap sharp metal objects or delicate parts. Cut it into small pieces for use as vibration reduction around screws or parts. Matches well with LED sets and safely wrap around leds if need. It easily wraps around 24-pin plugs, 4-pin power, and esp 6-8pin GFX card power plugs, allowing a clean uniform look. Also great to wrap tools to make them non-slip. More importantly ... it is cheap.

    R WhiteR WhiteVor 3 Tage
  • rgb.

    Ulrik StrandUlrik StrandVor 3 Tage
  • Redux charges too damn much for windows, when they probably get keys in bulk, and I know where to get it discounted...or you can use ti free and unregistered.

    Ceil YurieCeil YurieVor 3 Tage
  • Nice having a chipset that supports features like lane bifurcation and high speed memory

    PhyshStyccPhyshStyccVor 3 Tage
    • lane bifurcation sounds cool - what is it?

      Tom LTom LVor 3 Tage
  • the service buttons and failure leds might be interesting for a professional builder, but for the average joe pc owner, its useless. i never had such thing in 30yrs of selfbuild systems. jay seems to have lost contact to the "normal" pc user here.

    K4yr4hK4yr4hVor 3 Tage
  • I just remember an Intergraph (computer graphics in the 80's) technician installing a disk controller card on a mini-computer, mini at that time meanig the size of a refrigerator. The guy told his fellow "the card is dead". "Why you say that?" said the other. He just showed a tiny 4-digit led display in the corner of the card with enough segments lit to display a quite readable "DEAD"! Artificial intelligence ahead of its time, deaths talking to us!

    Andre vervilleAndre vervilleVor 4 Tage
  • Gpu fan headers

    UnitD77UnitD77Vor 4 Tage
  • A tip that I recently learned: Routing the reset button on the computer case to the clear_cmos pins eliminate the need for a physical clear_cmos button on the motherboard.

    bouytt guytbouytt guytVor 4 Tage
  • I want a GPU socket on the motherboard!!!!!

    KangoVKangoVVor 4 Tage
  • I can't believe there are still people out there who would not use an SSD.

    Taufiq RaymerTaufiq RaymerVor 4 Tage
  • I don't think 🤔 laptops have things like a reset button and never will

    James MarshallJames MarshallVor 4 Tage
    • I miss my Dr. Debug but I love my old S/PDIF RCA Pioneer more, so I chose the motherboard with that header. Haven't needed the Debugger yet...

      bouytt guytbouytt guytVor 4 Tage

    Deepak SetohulDeepak SetohulVor 4 Tage
  • CPU less BIOS Upgrade!

    MorkvonorkMorkvonorkVor 4 Tage
  • You're funny as bro 👌👌

    CrowCrowVor 4 Tage
  • My case broke so I used to turn on my computer on by taking a screwdriver to the pins

    XaythXaythVor 4 Tage
  • These are the Features you NEED in your PC : actual hardware.

    G GG GVor 4 Tage
  • has this stuff really become standard or is this just on expensive enthusiast motherboards?

    xybersurferxybersurferVor 4 Tage
    • it can't hurt to connect a PC Buzzer, so that it can beep codes

      xybersurferxybersurferVor 4 Tage
  • ur2&tag=jayz0b thanks for caring

    Andris SkullcandyAndris SkullcandyVor 4 Tage
  • Actually, Jayz, New motherboards don't have a BIOS. We have UEFI now.

    Aloha AkahaiAloha AkahaiVor 4 Tage
  • if only there was a clear cmos or factory reset button for that linus comp!

    Mr DingusMr DingusVor 4 Tage
  • last build i did, i had extra cables on my table and thought the video card was plugged in to the monitor. apparently some graphics cards won't boot if they aren't plugged in. the motherboard wouldn't POST and would return 'CMOS error' thanks motherboard.... that's helpful. i find myself wondering why someone made the design decision for a video card to not POST without a monitor. that's intentional.

    mathurm100mathurm100Vor 4 Tage
  • A power supply :)

    A AA AVor 4 Tage
  • NvMe SSD's, I just wish I had that money to get myself a 2TB one, gotta replace this HDD and get less clutter overall, on top of that I may stop using this Corsair Commander Pro, because the fan controller is just so bad

    EnjuEnjuVor 4 Tage
  • Is semi-modular good as well?

    Etaash MathamsettyEtaash MathamsettyVor 5 Tage

    Nick WNick WVor 5 Tage
  • I miss my Dr. Debug but I love my old S/PDIF RCA Pioneer more, so I chose the motherboard with that header. Haven't needed the Debugger yet...

    Filthy FantasistFilthy FantasistVor 5 Tage
  • What [more] I need in a motherboard: 10 USB 3.1 ports...

    ZZstaffZZstaffVor 5 Tage
  • An optic drive. I know I'm old school like that but I "know" what I can do with a good optic combo drive and it is essential when I consider the alternatives.

    Rotten SpiceRotten SpiceVor 5 Tage
  • On the subject of SSD versus HDD, I've got two machines: Gaming rig: (heavily-outdated because I haven't had enough money to upgrade) Samsung 860Evo SATA SSD Phenom II x6 2.8GHz hex-core CPU 16GB Kingston DDR3 RAM, dual-channel (I have a bunch of HDDs, about 6TB in total, holding my data and shiz, but Windows is booting off the 500GB SSD) "stuff" rig: (primarily so I can do things like look at Discord and look up walkthroughs/wikis while doing other shit on the main rig) Core2Quad 2.4GHz 8GB DDR3 RAM some 320GB spinning rust IDK, maybe Western Digital From simultaneous cold start, despite being on spinning rust versus the other rig's SSD, the Core2Quad reaches the Windows 10 login screen just a second or two behind the SSD. Anyone got any ideas why?

    DaWreckaDaWreckaVor 5 Tage
  • I really regret not getting a modular PSU!

    Just Shane.Just Shane.Vor 5 Tage
  • “Your a US A hole Phil“ made me lol😂

    Just Shane.Just Shane.Vor 5 Tage
  • "scary bios built in flash"... how about prepare a floppy to bios update and hope for it to don´t get corrupted? 😂 CD´s were a lot better! 🤣

    Felipe DantasFelipe DantasVor 5 Tage
  • Your base lines of feature is still a generation newer than what I was introduced to. Beep codes from the motherboard, not LED lights. Removing the CMOS battery and manually shorting to clear, no jumper.

    drifter22840drifter22840Vor 5 Tage
  • A quality power supply is a must.

    Robert FrischRobert FrischVor 5 Tage
  • I am so old I still remember beep codes

    Stefan AsmussenStefan AsmussenVor 5 Tage
  • A warning about modular PSU cables: They are NOT necessarily interchangeable between manufacturers! I replaced a dead EVGA PSU with a Seasonic one recently, and I figured I could save a little time by reusing the cables from the EVGA PSU. Everything fit just fine, but when I booted up my PC, I blew out the motherboard. It's likely that vcc and ground, or +5V & +12V were swapped on the CPU power cables, which fried the VRMs. Those cables aren't often branded either, so if you have a lot of them from different PSU manufacturers, label them or keep them separate. Don't make the mistake I did!

    Shmeh FlehShmeh FlehVor 5 Tage
  • 0:30 if we don't have this stuff we should just go buy new stuff, dammit everywhere is out of stock ;)

    ManLeeManLeeVor 5 Tage
    • @Whitney Brooks I mean its not a problem I was just making a edgy comment, cos I'm a dick like that, I am pretty fortunate that I purchased a system in nov. last year that was faulty and they failed to fix it so in return they're building a new one to which they offered to put in a 3070 from build stock, they also did it for £100 under current MSRP. I'm in the UK so new jersey is no good for me :P

      ManLeeManLeeVor 4 Tage
    • Depends on how much you’re willing to sacrifice cause it just goes up from here was able to score 3 3080s here in NJ for about 100$ above MSRP you can check out Jallyhacksprime on Instagram

      Whitney BrooksWhitney BrooksVor 4 Tage
  • Back in the good old days the mobo came with a PC speaker, and you got POST beeps and POST error beep codes. The best thing was that for a long time these beep codes were standardized.

    Franklin AllenFranklin AllenVor 5 Tage
  • I could not live without the exceptionally clean audio the ROG series Asus motherboards have. I run the 8 analog channels out to a mixer. The mixer feeds four Crown XLS 1502 amps. That's my "desktop computer" audio system. Flight Sim 2020 never sounded so good. :-)

    PhillipZX3PhillipZX3Vor 5 Tage
  • Hi Jay, for me as an IT PRO or GAMER it will not be the same as a usual user for sure. So Case smaller for a tight and neat casing for space or a casing for GAMER depending on the motherboard size. For the MB, i will go for the best as it is the one or most important component of the PC. Asus or MSI are my first choices. Then HD goes for the NVME naturally and for the graphics, its NVIDIA for sure mainly if it is for a gamer else integrated graphics are pretty cool nowdays for work. A bronze or silver PSU would be great also and here it is!

    Bradley AugustinBradley AugustinVor 5 Tage
  • I was like why the hell is this idiot on... Unsubscribed after he told me too months ago and still have these stupid videos popping up.

    Taylor BertrimTaylor BertrimVor 5 Tage
  • the most basic readout is a bleeper

    DarkitzDarkitzVor 5 Tage
  • Great info for me. Thank you.

    Russell BarbeeRussell BarbeeVor 5 Tage
  • At 3:40; On this table the "Q-Code" for problems, ie: "0E", "0F", etc... should have red text, for easy identification of issues. ;-)

    T'airn'KAT'airn'KAVor 5 Tage
  • Power and reset is one thing that’s just an annoyance not to have...but how tf do they even make ones without a Q code reader?

    H SharmaH SharmaVor 5 Tage
  • But I just spent 1.5k on building a new PC two weeks ago... COME ON!

    ZesticornZesticornVor 5 Tage
  • Dust filters are a must for any PC I build.

    Devon ScottDevon ScottVor 5 Tage
  • I have the best feature ever in my PC. A new GPU.

    Abu HajaarAbu HajaarVor 5 Tage
  • At least 6-8 3,5" bays and at least one 5,25" bay. Also, they need to be cooled. And for the love of god, don't place buttons, PCIe ejector thingies and M.2 covers so that you have to take apart half the computer to access them. I'm talking to you, Asus. Especially when the sole reason is to look cool. Also, placing the chipset fan so that it is covered up when a GPU is installed in slot one? Uhm...

    kadajawikadajawiVor 5 Tage
  • People should be aware that if they go the NVME route, depending on their mobo, to be remindful that NVME drives use 4x PCIe lanes. If you have a stacked system; a mobo with two NVME ports, 8x SATA ports, and several PCIe slots for GFX and/or Sound or other 1x PCIe slot usage....that in order to keep your 16x for your single graphics card, you can have only 2x NVME drives and up to 4 SATA drives plugged in. Of course the motherboard itself has separate PCIe lanes for USB ports; typically enough for all the slots on the given board plus any case ports. SO NVME's = awesome. But, also take away from potential PCIe lanes depending on what someone is doing with their system. Also first like minute of vid....LUL

    TickleSlipTickleSlipVor 5 Tage
  • After 2 builds using aftermarket power cables and combs my next build will definitely have them.Also unless Mobo is High end a coolermaster 90 degree 24pin power adapter.:)

    ScotaneScotaneVor 5 Tage
  • Yeah, no normal user *needs* buttons for the stuff you can do by jumping two pins. You forgot to mention that you can get diagnostic information with a 60 c mobo speaker too. SSDs are great, but don't buy DRAM-less trash like a Kingston A400 (ask me how I know).

    CatcrumbsCatcrumbsVor 5 Tage
  • Been building computers since 1989 and I've never needed 90% of these things. Especially all the motherboard features. That just seems like fluff for millennials who are scared of manuals. The only thing I'd agree with is SSD and maybe multiple fans on the GPU (but most of the time you're not gonna have any choice in the matter, so kind of pointless). Some of these tips seem to have come out of 2010 though. Who in 2021 is like "uhhh I don't want an SSD"? And the thing about when the graphics card isn't doing anything.. Must not be running any recent operating system then, since they are all constantly using the graphics card for animations and such.

    sphinx3rsphinx3rVor 5 Tage
  • ''Hay CPU u there... Durrrhhhh '' my brain in the morning

    ThePogFellaThePogFellaVor 5 Tage
  • get a water cooled gpu or add water cooling to yours. Zero noise even at full load.

    jbn675478jbn675478Vor 5 Tage
  • This video stuff you really dont need.

    eric yeaderic yeadVor 5 Tage
  • what motherboard is he using in this video

    alec archalec archVor 5 Tage
  • Must have feature: obtainable parts 😜

    Dustin StackhouseDustin StackhouseVor 5 Tage
  • Am I the only one that really dislikes how motherboards are covered in plastic and shrouds now. It's like car engines too, you can't actually see the cool working parts any more. I don't need stickers/plastic/rgb... I want to see the raw pcb, the chips and the good stuff.

    doubleathemandoubleathemanVor 5 Tage
  • Having destroyed some 30 or more kingston SSDs in just a few months of running on site, I would only recommend them to my enemies. 3000 or more intel SSDs behaved just fine for years!

    Blatantly Fake NameBlatantly Fake NameVor 5 Tage
  • downside to either m.2 types is shared bus meaning you loose 2,3 or 4 pending on support levels sata .. the only downside to m.2 sata/nvme is the capping of upto 8TB storage... Yes you can make a custom windows bootloader with basics of basics, though something to consider not everyone is going to know how to make them, personally if i was going to make a pc today max out what you can afford to do and build to a proper spec rather than basic entry level add-in.. because basic install these the minimum requirement is roughly 2GB however I would say base the size of the c drive off 1/2-3/4 of the storage drive even if you install games on a second hdd/ssd something to note the portions of the game installs on the main boot drive... so you will likely need a lot of c drive space...

    Jason howeJason howeVor 5 Tage
  • these are just features for comfort meaning NOT needed

    JokeryJokeryVor 6 Tage
  • Trassssh

    joe mcginnisjoe mcginnisVor 6 Tage
  • The GPU Bios Flash tip is BS. Go for it if you have an igpu

    squadricsquadricVor 6 Tage
  • Okay, I've gotta throw a like at the video just for the representation of the CPU

    GooseGooseVor 6 Tage
  • i have my fingers in tech for over 20 years, i still watched this^^ my recom: dust filters on all intakes, or at least mesh with some "wool"foam stuff, looks and feels ly packaging foam, usually black

    MajStealthMajStealthVor 6 Tage
  • LTT: High end PC building Bitwit: midrange PC building RGinGD/Dawid: low end PC building J2C: comedy

    Kacper PaprockiKacper PaprockiVor 6 Tage
  • 2:36 :D

    ScitchyScitchyVor 6 Tage
  • I had to double check what you said during ad read... "no parts markup"... if they told you that, then they lied... $837 for a 3070... $999 for 3080...

    Tee GeeTee GeeVor 6 Tage
  • I had a pc I turned on with a screwdriver for months

    Matt FisherMatt FisherVor 6 Tage
  • 2:35 Why was that so fucking funny! Lol!!

    Irvine SpiegelIrvine SpiegelVor 6 Tage
  • Can we have a Jayz 2 cents corsair dominatrix line of parts?

    mrtempertantrummrtempertantrumVor 6 Tage
  • gamecard what els u need o yes 32 gb ofcouse

    Manfred KokManfred KokVor 6 Tage