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Thread For Tech Quickie Video Suggestions

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On 3/22/2016 at 3:30 AM, InitializingDev said:

How companies install so much bloatware on computers without going through a windows setup

Include it in the installer..?

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How rechargeable batteries work. I know how myself but for others to know like when they recharge their phone/tablet/laptop etc...


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This is still going on?

 

NTSC vs. PAL, then.


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Linus vs. Slick....

 

Seriously though....how about "near field communication"...."Internet connection types...modem/dsl/cable/vdsl/fiber"...."Keyboard Standards ... qwerty vs dvorak"


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On 3/29/2016 at 10:03 PM, Paralectic said:

Include it in the installer..?

Pretty much


Like if you liked it. Share it if you thought it was great. Leave a reply if you emotions are a bit more complicated   ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Anisotropic filtering as fast as possible.


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@LinusTech@nicklmgcould you rename the title to: Thread For Tech Quickie Video Suggestions

3 years have passed and its still says temporary its bugging me out a bit


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1 minute ago, kelvindeschutter said:

@LinusTech@nicklmgcould you rename the title to: Thread For Tech Quickie Video Suggestions

3 years have passed and its still says temporary its bugging me out a bit

Temporary has no time limit, friend.
 

Yeah jk I will :)


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Power supplies as fast as possible - explain the rating system, how they work, single vs multiple rails, etc


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Multi-meters. types, what they're used for, how one might use them in a computing environment (like creating Frankenstein PSU adapters).

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last week or so a new zealander did a cheap water bock build ( used parts "specialist".... ) (LOL)............ anyways he installed the water blocks using zip ties. you could see from the video it wasn't making good contact and the results proved that. I was wondering what the differences would be ( using zip ties ) or anything else you could think of, what the actual temps would be vs "stock' hold downs on various water and HS&F configs........ ( techyescity ) was the site.

 would also like to know what configurations other than ties or stock that you could come up with do work well enough to get you by. you know not all used hardware comes with all the "new part" items and some people might get stuck and not be able to find a fix.

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On 6/5/2016 at 2:25 PM, levibaker88 said:

Have GPU (display) connectors been done before? Display Port, HDMI, DVI-D, DVI-I, VGA, etc.

Yes: 

 

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On 21/4/2016 at 0:00 AM, Ethann_AKA_CPU1 said:

this might have been suggested, but you should do an episode on open source

Yes, sort of: 

 

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Suggestion: laptop coolers

 

Not sure if this would be better on a techquickie type of video or a benchmark / testing type. Are laptop coolers kind of a scam? Laptops are supposed to be designed to handle their thermal load under regular situations / ambient temperatures (except maybe HP laptops! just kidding...), so what's the point of the cooler?

 

- Could they even be detrimental in disrupting the airflow path the laptop normally has?
- Are the weird vacuum types that suck air out of the side exhaust better?
- Many people say one primary purpose is for using a laptop for your... lap, or for soft surfaces like a bed
- Overall noise level could decrease perhaps, since a laptop cooler has a much larger fan that can run at lower RPMs to cool the laptop
- Do cooler temperatures really extend the life of the laptop significantly, or will something not related to thermals fail first?

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