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Whole Room Water Cooling Part 6

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How many man hours not including editing have gone into this project so far?

my guess if you're not including buying the parts and waiting for stuff would be around 70-ish total but if you include each person separately that might sky rocket that number.  :wacko:


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after i finished watching i got a feedback message, is this feedback for the video or feedback for youtube ? 

Seems like it's asking for feedback about the YouTube platform itself. With that said, I haven't seen that before, so I can't really say for sure.


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How many man hours not including editing have gone into this project so far?

Lmao that is something I don't even want to think about. I think it's well in to the hundreds, mainly from the initial build (6-7 people doing 10+ hour days for 4 days).


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Lmao that is something I don't even want to think about. I think it's well in to the hundreds, mainly from the initial build (6-7 people doing 10+ hour days for 4 days).

calling it 8 people because luke's dad. 

calling it 12 hours because thats a good estimate.

calling it 5 days because all the updates over time.

 

480 hours sound about right?


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Good video, but next time please make sure that the power is off, before you touch a wet carpet with a lot of power cables. I don't want anyone of you to get an electric shock in front of the camera. Even though this video would probably get viral if you filmed it.

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calling it 8 people because luke's dad. 

calling it 12 hours because thats a good estimate.

calling it 5 days because all the updates over time.

 

480 hours sound about right?

 

Don't forget about editing time.... X{

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Nick why you just standin' around not doing anything bro?


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Don't forget about editing time.... X{

oh dear lord yes... 

 

calling it 510-550 hours? (its been a lifetime since I've edited a video or anything other than some game-play footage with just simple jump cuts, so i don't really have a good idea on editing time. :/


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so thats means part 7 to come, and then part 8 the teardown, and part 9 "Whole abandoned warehouse water cooling" and then 10 and 11 and 12

in 2017 part 87 ''installing our 23rd employee's pc to the loop!'' 

 

x'D 


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Soon we can expect Whole warehouse water cooling?

 

What are you going to do with all systems when its shifted from LMG HQ to new LMG HQ?

 

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Please show us the filter when you take it out. I get satisfaction out of seeing things caught in filters. Every time I dry my clothes it's like Christmas.


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two quick questions. :)

1 will the loop be taken with you guys to the new office when you guys finally move?

2 will there be videos of that if/when it happens?

:D :lol: :)

love this series, keep it up guys! :D

This! Came to ask. Really hope you guys do a video about that if you are!

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If you are moving this month then what is the point of replacing things now


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If you are moving this month then what is the point of replacing things now

it was filmed ages ago 


 

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Linus this is a very educational video but I do have some questions, maybe you can answer these in the next video. Iodine is really corrosive, which in turn might lead to damage of the fins in the blocks inside the loop, maybe I'm wrong but is this true? Also, were did the gunk come from, and what was it? You guys did everything right, in my amateurish opinion.

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Linus this is a very educational video but I do have some questions, maybe you can answer these in the next video. Iodine is really corrosive, which in turn might lead to damage of the fins in the blocks inside the loop, maybe I'm wrong but is this true? Also, were did the gunk come from, and what was it? You guys did everything right, in my amateurish opinion.

The gunk came from the anti-freeze thing Linus used.

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it was filmed ages ago 

In this epsiode it said march 10 to 11.


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Oh my gawd, finally it is here!

Hope scrapyard wars comes soon, love these sort of videos.


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What are they going to do with the whole room WC when they move to their new Office space?


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So COOL to see aquatics in that build I love fish I had 3 gold fishes for 17 years named BIG MEDIUM SMALL only big is with me now 18 years running may god bless him with a few more years for me ! ANY WAY......------->

awesome video guys more like this please <------

It was funny (in a good way) and very educational (a little less beeps would be nice WY"Lang)

you probably will but Ill say it any way you must paint them filters and maybe try to do a little window and led [x10 harder but x100 cooler (not in temp's)] :P

 

had to yall seen it I guess if u here with Linus (warning +16) @LinusTech  :P

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvEWFjWfqiU

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This was the best and most entertaining video to-date. Well done, duders.  :D


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