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1 Million Subscribers - Thank you all! And a giveaway!

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Not a single product, but I would like to see Linus (or Slick) review some professional parts (Workstation laptops, Quadro and FirePro, Xeons, etc.). Not all of his subscribers are gamers... 

 

@LinusTech 

The above is an actual suggestion/request, not an entry into the giveaway. 


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Desktop <dead?> 

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P8P67-WS/Z77 Extreme4/H61DE-S3. 4x4 Samsung 1600MHz/1x8GB Gskill 1866MHzC9. 750W OCZ ZT/750w Corsair CX. GTX480/Sapphire HD7950 1.05GHz (OC). Adata SP600 256GB x2/SSG 830 128GB/1TB Hatachi Deskstar/3TB Seagate. Windows XP/7Pro, Windows 10 on Test drive. FreeBSD and Fedora on liveboot USB3 drives. 

 

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Laptop <Works Beyond Spec>

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HP-DM3. Pentium U5400. 2x4GB DDR3 1600MHz (Samsung iirc). Intel HD. 512GB SSD. 8TB USB drive (Western Digital). Coil Wine!!!!!! (Is that a spec?). 

 

 

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Wooo!

 

Good job LMG.

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Your videos are both educative and entertaining.Keep up the good work.


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I found this community when started looking into water cooling again, and found the over kill water cooling video. But being here have given me the chance to share what I know with others and learn from those who know more than me.

Could you guys review the Phanteks mini xl when it comes out? Seen the promo vid from Phanteks, i started drooling straight away.


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When I first saw linus I thought "Gee, this guy". Now I think "OMG LINUS, YOU THA MAN!". I randomly found LTT by searching for info on different types of memory. Best search I ever did!


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I miss the good old unboxings  :D


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Wow! We made it :P but i still miss his unboxing videos, but quality of the current video feeds have been improved quite stunningly, not to mention you guys eased in a 4k res video here & there..so... Congrats Linus & Team, you guys deserve it...

 

Now if you'll excuse me i'll be back after i click unsubscribe..*EVIL LAUGH*

 

EDIT: When Linus comes back & see's the new subscribers...he be like..

 

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Thank you for the great video's of efficient, no muss, no fuss PC building. I found Linus Tech Tips when I had some confusions about RAM modules.


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Linus you make sick video's, and i congratulate you and your team on it, plus i never win anything, i've never ever won anything in my life and this would make me soo happy if i won this :D


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Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.1 Corinthians 13:4

 

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Been watching you guys since I got interested in tech in 2011 :D 

Still my favourite tech channel and a great role model :) 

Thanks for the awesome content :D

 


Computing enthusiast. 
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I can't even remember what the first video I ever saw of Linus', but I love his in depth looks at products with real world, practical critisisms. Also he goes hard on George, which is awesome since I've always liked Corsair stuff.

 

One thing I'm looking forward to is other smartwatch reviews, hoping those will be on the channel sometime in the not too distant future.

 

Oh and I'd love to win that PC or the Surface :D


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I found Linus when I got into PC building and was amazed at how big the tech community is thanks to LTT I now know about Tech of tommorow and Tek Syndicate along with many others so thank you @LinusTech for opening my eyes to the huge and helpful tech community

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I actually forgot how I stumbled upon Linus Tech Tips, but what I do know is that I've had many awesome memories along the way of watching Linus Media Group grow as well as supporting you guys! Keep up the good work! You'll hit 2 Million in no time :D

 

- Samo


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Congrats Linus and your minions team.

I would like Linus to review/unbox a phase change cooling unit and let people know what they do and how they do it.
Also could you review more Corsair products......


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