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

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Thank you so much Linus, Slick and the rest of the crew for your videos. They are awesome.

 

It would be fun to see some old school unboxing every once in a while. (Maybe unboxing friday or something)

 

Either way keep on making videos and we will keep on watching them.

 

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I don't know if you have any but if you could make reviews on mouses and keyboards that would be awesome :3

And some pre-built PCs for those who haven't built one for themselves and don't want to take any chances?

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Well it has been a long time coming ive been with linus's channel for a while and all i can say is that everyone in this post are amazing and are a great community. I wish everyone here a great day and linus keep being linus.

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i am proud to be one of ur original and old school followers and lovers ofcource.

i just want to cungratulate u,like i oonce did when ur channel was chosen as the most viewd in Canda.

and i want to thank u personaly cauz i leanrd a lot from,so i've become a PC hardware geek,and it's soon will be my work,so u didn't just inspired me,but u changed the cource of my life.

so i just want to say thank u,and hop u many years and years of seccess.

just keep it up Linus,we love we support u we do anything we can for u.peace out

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Thank you Linus, Edzel, Slick, Brandon, and all the newer guys. I discovered the channel last year around February and it has honestly changed my life. After joining the community I now have a desktop that I built based off of one of the first build guides. Crazy thinking of how much the channel's grown since you began. Congratulations guys. To another million


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Probably the only Star Citizen player who is planning on a career in Journalism instead of piracy, mining, trading, exploration, military, station management, etc.

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Execlent work and great videos, I actully found you guys from when JayzTwoCents was doing a giveaway with you guys and I have been watching tech quicky and now im subscibed to the main channel and I absoloutely love it!!! :) Keep up the great work and congrats to all the people that win the prizes.

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I could have sworn I'd already posted on this topic.  I watched the million sub video days ago!

 

Anyways, I probably started watching LTT in about 2005 when I built my first serious gaming rig.  Been watching ever since!  My favorite videos are case overviews/reviews/unboxings.  Congrats, and keep up the good work, guys!

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I was just browsing youtube and saw a video from one of your channels, and found it interesting. I didn't really start watching these awesome videos until later though. I think it was a few months after that, when the glorious YouTube saw fit to start suggesting a TON of these videos. One by one I watched them, as they slowly inflitrated my YouTube suggestions, overwhelming lesser videos such as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-S0T4xTdLY and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ until I finally subbed. Now that I've finally subbed, I don't think I'm ever gonna give you up. ;)

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I should be the one thanking you guys. Before i found this channel I knew ABSOLUTELY nothing about computers. Then I checked this out and now I feel more comfortable talking about and discussing anything about computers. I just want to say thank YOU for helping me. And good luck to everyone!

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Good job, be good to see another episode of the WAN show from inside the Garage..........for old times sakes.............


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Keep up with awesome work, both LinusTech and Techquickie chanel are fantastic. A saw in comments on one fo the TechQuickie's video someone mentioning LinusTech channel. Now I feel bad that I didn't subscribe earlier. Jokes are great also :D

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Found linus tech tips long time ago when he was still with NCIX, continued watching mainly because linus was probably the best youtube perseonality. Funny yet not obnoxious, professional but still relaxed. Which i feel alot of youtubers could learn alot from

 

As for tech suggestions, id really like linus and co to just do more shows, perhaps split the WAN show into 2 parts such as how Tek Syndicate has done with the tek

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Congrats to the crew on this momentous thingy!

So, where do I start? Okay, so ever since my wee little years, I've had a notoriety with tinkering and obsessing over the little details over technological gadgets. I would pore over every nook and cranny of some device that I had happened upon (say, perhaps, a soda machine). How it did what it did fascinated me (where did those soda cans come from, gahhh!!!). I guess you could say I have a penchant for messing around with things or voiding warranties, xD.

Anyhoo, fast forward to a year or so ago. Calamity struck when a laptop I had had for two-three years (a veeeeeery generous birthday gift from my ma and pa) had been poorly placed by yours truly on the table. I only noticed it when it was too late, when the heart-rending sound of the laptop hitting the ground met my ears. It was a goner.

For a good while, time was spent researching and researching on a good laptop around my budget. I believe at some point along that line, I came upon LinusTechTips. After watching a few of his videos, I was hooked, ensnared by the pieces of glimmering eye-candy that were the computers, processors, cases and whatever that Linus was reviewing (also, can't forget the strange sense of humor inherent amongst them all). Of course I couldn't afford any of what he was showcasing at the time (how could a fourteen-year old have enough money unless he's Richie Rich?), but a kid can dream, right? After a small amount of video browsing, I moved on to do more research elsewhere

Now to the present. I'm sixteen years of age, soon to be seventeen, and with a job. The laptop I have currently isn't quite cutting it for me, so I go searching for answers on the worldwide interwebs. After scouring the forums of many computer websites, I pay a visit to PC Part Picker with my newfound knowledge and concoct a wonderful little list of parts. One thing still bothered me about it, though, and that was finding a good case for my budget. Cue the magic of the Google search engine. In the video results is a review for a case I happen to be looking at as a potential candidate for my build. Lo and behold, it's by LinusTechTips, a name neither heard nor read for a long, long time. I've only just recently re-discovered the channel, but have still been watching long enough to have spent unhealthy amounts of time watching reviews on cases ("three hours and still going on strong!!!" the boy said, his bloodshot eyes glistening).

So now, half of my research on computer builds and higher-end computer builds has been done on this channel. All those videos help in so many ways and I'm very pleased to have a steady source of computer info to tap into, especially since it's all directed towards tinkering, warranty-voiding computer geeks such myself. Keep up the stellar work, guys!

Now excuse me while I finish salvaging this old celeron core I have from a fried motherboard. It's been there for months...


Eccentricity is the new sane!!!

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I knew nothing about computers, clock speeds, cores, ram, ssd, hdd, sata, you name it. Linus and the guys have educated me on everything, and I owe them a lot for that.

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