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William George

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  • 14 years with Puget Systems

William’s love for computers began when he was four years old. An internship at Disney World and experience in retail electronics sales helped him hone his customer service skills. William’s career with Puget Systems began in 2005 in Inventory and Assembly. He worked in Sales and Consulting for nine years, helping customers configure and purchase their systems. In 2017, William moved into Labs, where he researches the applications our customers use, testing them on various types of computer hardware, and publishing articles and system recommendations. William loves the Puget Systems work environment and says there is no where else he’d rather be.

HOMETOWN:
Seattle, WA


William George's Recent Comments:

  • EVGA SuperNOVA 1300W G2 Power Supply picture
    William George (Puget Labs Technician) Says:
    The cabling used by this power supply is the same as most other SuperNOVA models, making it relatively easy to replace a failed PSU or upgrade to a higher wattage later on if needed.
  • EVGA SuperNOVA 1600W T2 Power Supply picture
    William George (Puget Labs Technician) Says:
    The cabling used by this power supply is the same as most other SuperNOVA models, making it relatively easy to replace a failed PSU or upgrade to a higher wattage later on if needed. Beware of the size of this unit, though: it is quite large! The one reason for such a high-wattage PSU is supporting 4 video cards and/or dual CPUs, though, either of which will necessitate a fairly large chassis to begin with.
  • EVGA SuperNOVA 1000W G+ Power Supply picture
    William George (Puget Labs Technician) Says:
    The cabling used by this power supply is the same as most other SuperNOVA models, making it relatively easy to replace a failed PSU or upgrade to a higher wattage later on if needed.
  • EVGA SuperNOVA 850W G+ Power Supply picture
    William George (Puget Labs Technician) Says:
    The cabling used by this power supply is the same as most other SuperNOVA models, making it relatively easy to replace a failed PSU or upgrade to a higher wattage later on if needed.
  • EVGA SuperNOVA 750W G+ Power Supply picture
    William George (Puget Labs Technician) Says:
    The cabling used by this power supply is the same as most other SuperNOVA models, making it relatively easy to replace a failed PSU or upgrade to a higher wattage later on if needed.
  • EVGA SuperNOVA 650W G+ Power Supply picture
    William George (Puget Labs Technician) Says:
    The cabling used by this power supply is the same as most other SuperNOVA models, making it relatively easy to replace a failed PSU or upgrade to a higher wattage later on if needed.
  • Gigabyte TRX40 AORUS PRO WIFI picture
    William George (Puget Labs Technician) Says:
    It is unfortunate that this motherboard doesn't support quad GPUs, but for many applications the new Threadripper processors are amazing - and many of the programs where it excels don't need multi-GPU support anyway.
  • Noctua NH-U9S picture
    William George (Puget Labs Technician) Says:
    Noctua fans and heatsinks are of the highest quality, and extremely quiet (at least the band-aid colored ones). This particular model is designed to work with most modern processors, and its specific niche is shorter height to fit in somewhat thinner (but not really tiny) cases. I use a similar cooler, but an older version, in my home theater PC - and it works great!
  • EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER XC 8GB Open Air picture
    William George (Puget Labs Technician) Says:
    This mid-generation update from NVIDIA is a little weird, but I guess it is hard to complain about a free performance increase. If you want multiple GPUs, though, go for a version that has a single, blower-style cooling fan.
  • EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER BLACK 8GB Open Air picture
    William George (Puget Labs Technician) Says:
    This mid-generation update from NVIDIA is a little weird, but I guess it is hard to complain about performance close to the RTX 2080 for the price of a 2070! If you want multiple GPUs, though, go for a version that has a single, blower-style cooling fan.