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On 1/29/2015 at 5:24 AM, LinusTech said:

Hey guys,

Just want some community feedback on this. Most of these things are already in the queue to some degree. Just trying to prioritize...

I am interested in some BTS stuff about video editing, storing and in particular what you guys do in premiere - some encoding tips and color balance for example. 

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On 10/30/2018 at 9:39 AM, George. said:

I am interested in some BTS stuff about video editing, storing and in particular what you guys do in premiere - some encoding tips and color balance for example. 

this guy is LMG's super-pro editor.

he made a 4 hour long tutorial on how to edit like they do!

 


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Amdahl's Law

A little discussed topic that is becoming more relevant than Moore's Law in computing spaces today. After all GPU processing is all about parallelization, and CPU processing is becoming increasingly focused on core counts, and software is beginning to adapt accordingly, so a discussion of Amdahl's Law which as more to do with the growth of parallelization over time, then the growth of raw computing power over time, should become a point of discussion, don't you think?


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On 11/4/2018 at 6:16 PM, RollinLower said:

this guy is LMG's super-pro editor.

he made a 4 hour long tutorial on how to edit like they do!

 

Ah thanks :D

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On 1/29/2015 at 2:24 PM, LinusTech said:

Hey guys,

Just want some community feedback on this. Most of these things are already in the queue to some degree. Just trying to prioritize...

1: Interested to see what a Peltier heat pump ( thermoelectric cooler (TEC) ) cooling a cpu would do (with heatsink/watercolling block on top?)

 

2: Full review of POWER9 Cpu's and TALOS II motherboard from and how it compares to intel high end XEON PLATIMUNS you had running as these are INTEL POWERPC CORES and not X86_64 Architecture

 

Thanks P

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still sort of waiting for a Review on the Matebook X Pro. it is one of the more interesting laptops ive seen, so its kind of unexpected you guys sort of missed it. 

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On 1/29/2015 at 3:24 AM, LinusTech said:

Hey guys,

Just want some community feedback on this. Most of these things are already in the queue to some degree. Just trying to prioritize...

Huawei matebook x pro

Maybe Zenbook 14 pro (new model!)

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Hi Linus! I am from China and I see this video form BiLiBiLi youtube “BIZARRE Intel Core i7 from CHINA for $100!! - YouTube” and I have a suggest for you next TaoBao buying “神舟小影霸魔龙GTX1080/1060” This is GTX1080/1060(notebook) to change a desktop GTX1080/1060 at GTX1080 you must use special nVidia drive.

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On 11/6/2018 at 1:41 AM, peteregan said:

1: Interested to see what a Peltier heat pump ( thermoelectric cooler (TEC) ) cooling a cpu would do (with heatsink/watercolling block on top?)

 

2: Full review of POWER9 Cpu's and TALOS II motherboard from and how it compares to intel high end XEON PLATIMUNS you had running as these are INTEL POWERPC CORES and not X86_64 Architecture

 

Thanks P

I second this! I was looking into using TEC cooling on my new build and couldnt find enough info on it so I just stuck with liquid cooling.


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This isnt really a review, but can you get a game that uses rtx, for example BF V, and make the ray tracing part to work on the rtx card, and make everything else work on any other gpu you want that, so for example get ray tracing to work on a RTX 2080 Ti, and get everything else to work on another RTX 2080 Ti that isnt doing the rtx work if that makes sence. Or get the ray tracing part to work on a 2080 ti, and everything else to work on the 1080 Ti. Any combination you want.

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More Alex videos! :D
Maybe, trying to get 2 graphics cards to work in a Mini-ITX bord with a 16x splitter, that splits into 2x 8x? 🤔 
I like the "trying to make things work, that are meant for something completely different." kinda videos. Like the 2x CPU 8 GPU MEGA Rig.

Just an idea. Think it would be a fun project of yours @LinusTech

 

See the last comment on this thread for example: 

 

 


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I feel like people buy way more PSU than they will ever need, now that multi GPU setups are so rare and CPU power draw having not moved a whole bunch in the last 10 years (Excluding workstation CPUs!). I wonder how much it would take to actually overload a quality ~500W PSU?

 

I guess that's not a review, but it could be a review if a company was willing to send off a 500W unit for review instead of >750W.

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My first post here:

 

Linus I really like your in-depth historical / educational fun videos. The one on Vista was a good one, the iBM Model M had me go find one for my 10yo son who asked me for days to drive around to find one. Yet interestingly enough the subject of how AMD and Intel are reliant on each other would make a great video and educate everone along the way, even those who chose to forget.

 

From this reddit thread from a year ago:

Intel made x86, AMD made AMD64. They license from each other.

AMD Licenses SSE and AVX from Intel. Without each other the CPU market would not exist.

 

This would make for a great video told by you.

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I recently noticed that on ebay there is huge amount of chinese x79 nobrand motherboards that are sold for around 100 bucks. I bought one of them (on amazon, i needed some warranty......) and paired it with a xeon e5 2680 (hexas have more frequency and are better in games, but for video editing/vitualisation i needed more cores so i bough an 8 core), 32gb of samsung registered ram and a noctua NH-D9DX i4 (if you dont want to use liquid metal, you can buy something cheeper with aluminium+copper at the base).

And bang! The performance is dammn good and i paid in total 320€ (100€ motherboard, 100€ cpu, 60€ cooler, 60€ ram) so this is a good budget build that i hope Linus can cover in one of his videos.

 

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Cpu: Xeon e5 2680 (forced turbo to 3.1 ghz on all cores + liquid metal)

Ram: 4x Samsung 8gb registered sitcks (oc to 1866)

Cooler: noctua NH-D9DX i4 (with liquid metal and 25% fanspeed the max temp is 65°, not bad)

Motherboard: Sofobod (?) X79 motherboard

Psu: corsair TX750

Gpu: Rx 480 nitro+ 4gb (bios mod= 1400mhz core, 1850mhz mem + liquid metal)

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I didn't post any scores because it would spoil Linus work.... 😉

 

P.S. i'm from italy so i don't know if candian/us prices are the same........

 

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On 1/29/2015 at 3:24 AM, LinusTech said:

Hey guys,

Just want some community feedback on this. Most of these things are already in the queue to some degree. Just trying to prioritize...

Could we get a Comparison of AMD vs Nvidia Image Quality in games? Not Frames/sec based just Image Quality as it is. Thanks.

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I used to like watching the L-man do tear downs, but I guess you can only do so many of them before it gets stale.

Just like all the other video's.

 

Maybe if L-man does a teardown of a big ass TV, I may give in and watch it, just so long as there is no friggin silly facial expression associated with the video's thumbnail picture.

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Samsungs new Galaxy A8s which has the camera inside its screen on front side :)

 

https://www.samsungeshop.com.cn/activity/GalaxyA8s

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