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do a month, like febuary for pepole to be able to compete for their dream system, and like wat asus does you can pick 3 winners, i will definitely be the first to submit, and submissions will be on the fourm only.

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41 minutes ago, Catan1998 said:

Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 15 inch review? I would really like your opinion.

my opinon is its screen is very flippin fragile, and it isnt the latest anymore. (oops that was for the pro 3 connvertible)

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not for the right version that was asked about
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Wait wait wait...  Ltt should do a fire hazard build.  example fermi, 5gz FX, but here's the challenge hehehe.

 

No case fans and you have to use the stock cooling solutions,

 

You can use Liquid metal, any fans as long they are not in or touching any part of the PC.

 

Good luck MUAHAHAHAHA 

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How about looking into the new chinese X86  KaiXian processors which have now come to the markets made by a chinese company called Zhaoxin.

They have already previously released some lower end processors for consumers too, but now there's some more serious ones available: KX-U6780A and the KX-U6880A 

 

 

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Build an HTPC for Steam Streaming Cyberpunk 2077 on the LG C9 via ethernet.

 

HMDI 2.1

4K@60Hz + 1440p@120Hz

 

Figure out where the bottlenecks are ( vid decoding / network bandwidth etc) Come up with a minimum / recommended / overkill spec etc.

 

Compare the frame rate / latency / image quality to on the streaming PC.

 


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Was asked to post here; Please feature B & O products. I never see any online influencers (sorry, but its the best term besides youtuber :P) feature these products. B & O has a long history, but today in 2020 its not doing well at all. It might end up being sold soon enough. They we're design and sound pioneers making high-end speakers and also TV's, but slowly the high-end business has started to fail.

 

Look into the headphones like h7i or h9i or p2 bluetooth speaker and similar. They have done many consumer friendly products last few years, which dosen't cost the living soul out of you :P

 

You once did this video for Meridian also, so maybe you could take a look at another premium brand?

 

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Zalman has apparently come out with a new CPU cooler line with the upper tier model claimed to be "The best" in the world -  A bold claim indeed.

ZALMAN - CNPS17X

ZALMAN - CNPS20X


There has been at least one other reviewer from the UK that's already compared it against the Noctua NH-D15 and the Deepcool Castle 240EX.

According to that review the performance of the Zalman was "Amazing".

 

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On 3/20/2019 at 5:16 PM, CPotter said:

Hit us with your best Linus Tech Tips video suggestions! This is to replace our old "What should we review next" thread. Linus or one of the writers will read these suggestions, but they may not reply to you in this thread directly.

 

Linus Tech Tips

Try to break the ycruncher world record. Dual epyc and terabytes of ram.

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Maybe like the best to worst for peripheral accessories, for example like the mouse bungies, and headphone holders and stuff. 


#AllBirbsAreEqual

 

My Humble Budget Build

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600
  • Motherboard
    ASUS B450M
  • RAM
    T-Force 16GB 3000mhz DDR4
  • GPU
    Powercolor Red Dragon Rx580 4GB
  • Case
    Rosewill ATX Mid-Tower
  • Storage
    1 X WD 1TB HDD
    1 X Seagate 2TB HDD
    1 Silicon Power 256gb SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA850 BQ
  • Display(s)
    HP 1920 X 1080 Monitor
    Acer SB220Q bi 21.5 inches Full HD
    Acer 1440 X 900 Monitor
  • Cooling
    Enermax Liqmax III
    1 120mm Rosewill Case fan
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K68 RGB Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Trinity
  • Sound
    Insignia Computer Speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Ultimate
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I am a home-studio music producer/gamer/pc nerd. Something that I am really curious about, with AMD stomping ahead, is the difference in CPU effectiveness when it comes specifically to music production. Is Ryzen better in this particular area than intel, is it dependent on which DAW you are using? (I'm using Ableton live). The major players are the likes of Ableton Live, Cubase, Protools, Logic, but you would need the exact same project for each CPU in each DAW. Thats something a commoner like myself would never have the resources to do, but it would be really interesting for people in music production! (in my humble opinion)

 

(pic of my nerd cave attached for absolutely no relavance)

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On 3/20/2019 at 2:16 PM, CPotter said:

Hit us with your best Linus Tech Tips video suggestions! This is to replace our old "What should we review next" thread. Linus or one of the writers will read these suggestions, but they may not reply to you in this thread directly.

 

Linus Tech Tips

How about going to Philippines and checking their cyber Cafe (or what they call computer shop.) most of the computer shops are pretty cheap but the space, air circulation and the environment are not so great. It will be nice if you guys check it out and give your thoughts about it. 

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Maybe, a video building a Storinator but with Aliexpress parts for the cheap. I mean, old Xeon X79 or X99 with refubised chipsets in HuanaZhi MoBo, second hand LSI controller, Cheap server memory...

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Can we get a review of some of HP gen 6 probooks.

I think the 445R G6 would have been a great addition in the roundup against the macbook air


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Skunkworks: R5 3500U, 16gb, 250 intel 750, 500gb Adata XPG 6000 lite, Vega 8. HP probook G455R G6

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how about a video that explain when you should buy stuff such as laptop.

of course, if you need it now, you need to buy it now.

but i mean when usually there a price-drop or major discounts like we see every year on the older iphones

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I was just reading an article on HackerNews where a someone was showing what a setup for a Docker/Cloud/Linux development box would look like.  The person gave examples of what worked and what didn't work (thermal throttling etc.).

 

What was finally chosen was an Intel Nuc which cost something like $1.3K USD+.  Could you guys do a video showing a build in a medium to small form factor that would have similar or far better specs (something AMD'ish or Intel if the price is right).

 

https://blog.alexellis.io/building-a-linux-desktop-for-cloud-native-development/

 

Thanks!

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I would love to see a Taobao pc build.


Budget build
CPU: Ryzen 5 2400G
iGPU: Vega 11
Ram: Crucial 16GB DDR4 2666mhz dual channel
MB: Gigabyte ga-a320m s2h v2
SSD: Crucial 240GB
PSU: Cheap 500W
Case: Cougar MX330-G

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They should recreate the 16k gaming setup but now, instead of using 16 screens in 4k, they should try 4 screens in 8k since they have hie the market.

 

The point of this is in theory:

 

-Less screen Bezels

-A lot less of a hassle to setup

-Less compatibilities issues

-Better performance

 

Heck they could even use a 2180ti by the time they do this video...

Hope the LTT Team read this :P

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