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Thread For Tech Quickie Video Suggestions

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2 minutes ago, Jamie Maik- LTT Lover said:

I don't think so. Could you please name the video as I could not find it.

Was thinking of Hot Swap :S

 

 


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id love to see a video on a music production build, that can of course handle high end gaming and not compromise on either sides? or something like mac vs pc for music production.

 

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CPUs for gaming vs video editing/demanding tasks. If you get what I’m saying


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what should you do if your motherboard starts to die, and if you are coming from an older platform, such as an i5 2400, what should you upgrade to

 

 

If you can't tell, this just happened to me. :(  

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I'd like you talk about technology used on cars/vehicles...

 

  • How ECU's (Engine Control Units) work? 
  • How does ABS (Anti-Lock Braking Systems) work?
  • How does TCS (Traction Control Systems) work? 
  • How oxygen sensors 'lambda sensors' work? 
  • How a car engine fires in the correct order using electronic ignition systems? 
  • How speed limiters work? 
  • How does a CKP (Crankshaft position sensor) work?
  • How do automatic transmission systems know when to change gear? 
  • How do oil pressure sensors work? 
  • How do engine knock sensors work?

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I've always wanted to see a video on upgrading "older" hardware  such as 2010 2011 type stuff that's not totally gone. Such as: a system wide upgrade, GPU upgrade and the ever speedy SSD upgrade.

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i kind of like "the history of" videos. AMD, INTEL, MS, APPLE, of GPU's, HDD's,.... i really liked to see more of that

 

another topic: how people gamed in the 80's, or what they did with a PC in the 70's,...


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How about the Cell Processor that was used in the PS3?


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What makes a computer/device suitable/best for digital artwork?

 

This could easily be multiple videos. My idea is specifically for free-hand art with a pen on a touchscreen or the like, but could just as easily have different videos for 3D work, photography, etc.

I think it'd also be cool to have some sort of video (probably not a tech quickie) that compares some of the top options for artwork.

 

This is an interest of mine and I just don't seem to find great information that answers all my questions.


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AMD vs Intel, budget CPUs!


Used to be everywhere in LTT forums, had a break which lasted apparently 1 year LOL. 

Gonna get up againnnn.

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I don't know if this would work for a video, but I think this might work.

How flash player works and why it is so insecure. Why does it have so many security problems when other programs don't. I think it would be an interesting video.

 

I've been interested in this topic for a while but I can seem to find stuff explaining why its bad. All I find is "flash is bad, uninstall it now!". but I'm lazy so I don't search that far anyways.

 

Also I'm assuming adobe is competent and the problems with flash isn't an easy fix but an inherent flaw with how flash was originaly built. Which is why I think it would be interesting. But if it is just adobe being incompetent then this post is pointless.

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NVIDIA's MAX-Q design for mobile GPUs and Intel's HQ and U processors for mobile CPU formats like laptops.


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Render Resolution vs Lower resolution

- I.E. having a game run at 90% or 4k vs running it at 2560x1440 on a 4k monitor.

-specifically what the pros and cons of each would be. 

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1 hour ago, techguy1000 said:

how could a power supply kill you

Shorting, exploding, killing itself, starting an electrical fire, etc.


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Spoiler

Elitebook: i7 5500U | 8GB DDR3L-1333 | 500GB SAMSUNG 860 Evo | AMD R7 M260 (I found this in a garbage bin at the airport)

Legion: i5 8300H | 16GB RAM | 256GB SSD | 1TB HDD | 1050 Ti | Power Brick (Not often used anymore, only for travelling)


 

Intel is bringing DDR4 to the mainstream with the Intel® Core™ i5 6600K and i7 6700K processors. Learn more by clicking the link in the description below.

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How Payment Processors such as VISA, Mastercard etc work.


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