Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Thread for Linus Tech Tips Video Suggestions

I would like to see a video where the LMG basically take a bunch of stuff that was left unreviewed and put them in 1 minute chunks

Link to post
Share on other sites

an ultra budget itx system build in Canadian rubles would be awesome to see.

as itx seems to be quite expensive.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Building on older sockets would be cool, I think. Would show us how much manufacturers improved since LGA1155/775 days or maybe even show us that they have better value.

Link to post
Share on other sites

How about a VFX PC Build collaboration with Corridor Digital channel on YouTube where Linus and team build a Giant PC?

Link to post
Share on other sites

I would like to see a duel use PC. As a Mechanical Engineer student, seeing something that is a great gaming rig that is also a powerful engineering design and testing rig would be nice. Some thing that can run games, Computer aided drafting/rendering software, and Finite Element Analysis  software. Have it do it all fast and stable. I could really use that kind of PC. Half of my school work has to be run through the school VPN on their servers. Everything is slow. 

Link to post
Share on other sites

A call to folding for the official LTT folding month: 

Maybe instaling f@h on all computers in Linus' house. That'd be fun

FOLDING MONTH IS AMONG US

Either (@piratemonkey) or quote me when responding to me. I won't see otherwise

Put a reaction on my post if I helped

My privacy guide | Why my name is piratemonkey

What I say is from experience and the internet, and may not be 100% correct

Link to post
Share on other sites

You guys should make a video on a rgb usb hub. I have one, don't know where i got it. Only usb 2.0. 7 ports

WIN_20200929_13_20_28_Pro.jpg

WIN_20200929_13_20_40_Pro.jpg

Link to post
Share on other sites

How about a video on how you setup the LAN center/shared game libraries? I can't be the only one with multiple PCs and a NAS at home. Tell us how LTT would solve the issue below.

 

 

Link to post
Share on other sites

You could do a video about 'The Wonders of Wish" where you look into weird computer stuff on wish (see below for  an example).

 

 

https://www.wish.com/product/5dbf92defcd3c13a390e4d45?hide_login_modal=true&from_ad=goog_shopping&_display_country_code=US&_force_currency_code=USD&pid=googleadwords_int&c={campaignId}&ad_cid=5dbf92defcd3c13a390e4d45&ad_cc=US&ad_lang=EN&ad_curr=USD&ad_price=22.85&share=web

 

"New 4 Ports PCIe Riser Adapter Board PCI-E 1x to 4 USB 3.0 PCI-E Rabbet GPU Riser Extender Ethereum ETH/Monero XMR/Zcash ZEC 16X External Slot Card Multiplier for Miner Mining BTC"

 

risercard, usb, pcaccessorie, Tool

 

Other weird things could be included, and this could be like the video you did awhile ago where you had a few different people pick out and demonstrate weird things they found.

Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, TBG_Killer said:

How about a video on how you setup the LAN center/shared game libraries? I can't be the only one with multiple PCs and a NAS at home. Tell us how LTT would solve the issue below.

They already tackled that in videos, their answer was a steam cache server.

F@H
Desktop: i7-5960X 4.4GHz, Noctua NH-D14, ASUS Rampage V, 32GB, RTX2080S, 2TB NVMe SSD, 2x16TB HDD RAID0, Corsair HX1200, Thermaltake Overseer RX1, Samsung 4K curved 49" TV, 23" secondary

Mobile SFF rig: i9-9900K, Noctua NH-L9i, Asrock Z390 Phantom ITX-AC, 32GB, GTX1070, 2x1TB NVMe SSD RAID0, 2x5TB 2.5" HDD RAID0, Athena 500W Flex (Noctua fan), Custom 4.7l 3D printed case

 

Dell XPS 2 in 1 2019, 32GB, 1TB, 4K

 

GPD Win 2

Link to post
Share on other sites

SilverStone is releasing a 1650W PSU. If anyone can use this to its full potential, it's the folks at LTT. https://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=931&area=en

What is actually supposed to go here? Some people put their specs, others put random comments or remarks about themselves or others, and there are a few who put cryptic statements.

Link to post
Share on other sites

@LinusTech @CPotter Interested in doing a review on a fully 3D printed PC case?

IMG_20200929_193936830_HDR.thumb.jpg.c1375788337b8de1f9621768ec27540c.jpgIMG_20200929_194126399_HDR.thumb.jpg.fc2f731a8f1861525bac08f3f954dfdc.jpg

 

If so, contact me at nikolas.kur@gmail.com. This is a PC I made 2 years ago and I don't use it much anymore, so I can send it to you for review. It would make a great video content I think.

 

Real quick on the specs:
- ryzen 3

- gtx 1050ti Low Profile

- Internal 300w psu

- RGB LED!

- Mini ITX making a really small footprint of 24x18x9 cm.

Link to post
Share on other sites

  

3 hours ago, Nikolas_kur said:

 fully 3D printed PC case?

 

 

Nice, really similar to mine 😂

 

DSC06757_r.thumb.jpg.5f3e8d9e478e0861ddfbce0b23acfd37.jpg

 

DSC06756_r.thumb.jpg.5242369766f543955e67fea9711d4e24.jpg

F@H
Desktop: i7-5960X 4.4GHz, Noctua NH-D14, ASUS Rampage V, 32GB, RTX2080S, 2TB NVMe SSD, 2x16TB HDD RAID0, Corsair HX1200, Thermaltake Overseer RX1, Samsung 4K curved 49" TV, 23" secondary

Mobile SFF rig: i9-9900K, Noctua NH-L9i, Asrock Z390 Phantom ITX-AC, 32GB, GTX1070, 2x1TB NVMe SSD RAID0, 2x5TB 2.5" HDD RAID0, Athena 500W Flex (Noctua fan), Custom 4.7l 3D printed case

 

Dell XPS 2 in 1 2019, 32GB, 1TB, 4K

 

GPD Win 2

Link to post
Share on other sites

Hello Linus-Team!
I have a question: is there any difference in respect to the thunderbolt-controller-overhead when ice-lake and whiskey-lake are compared? As fas as I know ice-lake is using some sort of "integrated thunderbolt 3", so I wonder if that has some effect on the previously present eGPU constraints. I am about to get an eGPU set-up for my XPS 13 2-in-1 (i7 Ice Lake) and wonder which GPU makes most sense for me (1440p). Is there any plan to revisit the state of eGPU in 2020?
Thank you!

Link to post
Share on other sites

Dry water for cooling

I had watch a video about dry water and in the video. They submerge the pc in aquarium full of dry water but it doesn't have heat exchanger or anything.

 

I think it is interesting to see more in depth on that.

 

The video is

https://youtu.be/cR4Mutf1kQg

Timestamp at 11:30

Screenshot_2020-09-30-16-46-06-00_7a4090f09f6554852d748ee9fd6f40d3.jpg

Screenshot_2020-09-30-16-46-31-38_7a4090f09f6554852d748ee9fd6f40d3.jpg

Link to post
Share on other sites

A video series in a similar vein to iSwitched to Mac but with Linux. The way I see it they could go two ways with it, get Linus some sweet System76 hardware or just install some Linux distros on Linus' existing hardware. I know that LTT has been covering Linux a lot more recently (they are one of the main driving forces behind me fully switching to Linux) but in every single video where Linux was featured Linus was just using what Anthony had preconfigured for him. It would be really cool to hear his thoughts on the entire experience after switching to it full time for a week maybe. Anyway if you do decide to do it It'd be great to see the process that Linus uses to select what distro he wants to use as well.

Link to post
Share on other sites

"Can LMG Employees Pass GCSE Computer Science?"

 

(or whatever the Canadian equiavalent is)

 

GCSEs, by the way, are exams we take when we are 16 years old here in the UK. The Computer Science one is pretty simple really but I can still imagine Linus tripping up on some of the questions... would be quite funny to watch.

I HATE DAVINCI RESOLVE

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

pythonmegapixel

into tech, public transport and architecture // amateur programmer // youtuber // beginner photographer

Thanks for reading all this by the way!

By the way, my desktop is a docked laptop. Get over it, No seriously, I have an exterrnal monitor, keyboard, mouse, headset, ethernet and cooling fans all connected. Using it feels no different to a desktop, it works for several hours if the power goes out, and disconnecting just a few cables gives me something I can take on the go. There's enough power for all games I play and it even copes with basic (and some not-so-basic) video editing. Give it a go - you might just love it.

Link to post
Share on other sites

can you make some review about Zidoo companies I'm interesting to by our product but i don't know wish one!

Link to post
Share on other sites

Idea:

 

Collab with Gamers Nexus. Buy a crap ton of cheapo sketchy PSU's and see how dangerous they really are.

Ketchup is better than mustard.

GUI is better than Command Line Interface.

Dubs are better than subs

Link to post
Share on other sites

How about;

 

CSF where the team plays Among Us, Dennis super sus. 

 

A so you've been stuck under a rock for 5/10 years series, where you look at advancements made in gpu/cpu/storage/motherboards etc. Some benchmarks at typical what was high end at the time of writing. Anthony would nail this! 

 

Keep up the good work guys, thank you for keeping us entertained during lockdown! 

Link to post
Share on other sites

my idea.why dont linus benchmark every nvidia flagship card from oldest to newest and compare cards performance and how have gpu evolved all that long

Link to post
Share on other sites

What happened to cell repeaters?

 

In my area, I'm literally in the middle of about 4 cell towers and get very poor reception in the house, even outside the house isn't great. With working from home becoming commonplace, and people taking calls from home, it could be a big issue. It impacts more than just calls, like delayed texts or even missed voicemails (one was only delivered a week after it was left, missing a family member's response to a job application).

 

I bought a cell repeater a number of years ago, and after just a couple of months it started malfunctioning to the point where telco technicians came out to tell me to turn it off as it was interfering with neighbours cell service.

 

Then came wifi calling, but it's not standard fare across providers. Does it tax telco systems more or less than a normal cell connection? Or are there statistically more people just using other audio calling apps to get around the issue that it's not a big deal anymore? With Linus able to extend his wifi signal down the block, maybe that's how many people are doing it these days?

 

I still have crap reception at my house and I'd kinda like to know what could be a great way to get around it.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now


×