Many of the videos are crappy too with cluttered things, especially cabling.I watched his latest video where he builds a Threadripper 3960x video workstation.
It was 3 hours long, but I skipped to the most important parts - specifically when he added the SSD and the 2080Ti.
Considering how much money he makes on Youtube, I'm really shocked he didn't go with higher specs: Faster CPU, more RAM, etc.
Someone with that much money could get a Mac Pro with over 1TB of RAM - or a top end Windows video editor but he made choices to spend way less - thus necessitating another build soon thereafter.
Perhaps that's how he chooses to make his Youtube money by purposefully spending less in order to have quickly obsolescing workstations? This way he can just keep making more videos and spending more for newer hardware?
I watch his videos but I find them to be mostly clickbaity and in many cases uninteresting.
It's no wonder when his Youtubber friends, who knows he builds servers, completely didn't ask him when they wanted to build one. I did watch that video.
Definitely not choices I'd make when I build my computer, computers for friends or when I order hardware for my business.
They release videos at least once a day which seems to quickly clear advertising contracts.