YouTuber To Raise Money For GTX 780 Ti On Kickstarter




/ 6 years ago

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Gamers out there tend to do all sorts of crazy things to upgrade their rig it seems. The latest has YouTuber, Alex Schank, who has content on channels like ASTeretoypicalGamer or BasementPresentation.

He states that he lost his ‘love’ and has “nowhere to turn to”. Aside from a gamer, Schank apparently makes guides, challenges and skit videos.

“I am a YouTube video maker that has lost his love. My video card has bit the dust and I have no where else to turn :(.” Schank states on Kickstarter.

Schank says that his old GeForce GTX 570 “crapped out”, leaving him without any “backup plans”. He cannot buy a new graphics card because he has a little boy and puts his needs above everything else.

There have been no supporters up until now for Schank’s case, which does not come as a surprise. He stated that he wants to raise at least half the sum for a new GeForce GTX 780 Ti and start “making regular videos again and streaming on Twitch.tv once more” for his community.

Thank you TweakTown for providing us with this information
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