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

You make videos about technology.I liek technology. keep making videos about technology.


P.S. PLease OC video cards in Benchmarks again. I always OC all my cards, so your old benchmarks were the closest to realistic performance out there.

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Linus, your videos are simply beyond amazing. When you explain your opinion, and give the facts about a certain electronic, there is a certain feel to them that you cannot find anywhere else. You are truly like a father figure to me and I always have on will continue to. In other people's videos, there is always a bias or some kind of preference that clouds their judgement. But i have yet to see a video in which you don't give a fair description of the product you are reviewing, and don't represent a logically derived opinion for it, and that doesn't represent you passion for this job of yours. You and your amazing crew continue to make calming, great videos that help the world make better PC's, learn more about hardware, and simply make you a better person overall. Kudos to you and your team and keep up the amazing work!! 

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I came across Linus when researching for the computer I plan to build during Christmas. The reason I plan to build it during Christmas is so I can take advantage of the sales. Now you may be thinking "why is he entering a giveaway for a PC when hes going to build one in just a few months?" first: There is also a tablet involved Second: FREE STUFF MAN!! WHEN ITS FREE YOU CANT COMPLAIN!!!

Honestly I love all of your videos and they are entertaining and funny (redundancy FTW!).

I would also like to see you guys do some more things like AMD motherboard reviews, those seem to be laking on youtube.

My favorite food is Pizza.

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       Hello everyone. I do not really know how to start this off so I guess I will just dive in. About two or three years ago in eighth grade I had a great idea. I had wanted to build a computer. I was so excited I dove in without any computer building knowledge at all. I bought part after part, learning more and more after each purchase. This, however, was not an ideal way to learn, as I soon noticed, and I finally started doing some hardcore research. And by research I mean anything my little mind could comprehend about the world beyond the the facade that us consumers have created. Instead of just standing there with shock and aw, I thought outside of the box, and researched things I did not comprehend. These were things like RAM and HDD. Of course I do not, consider that even breaking the surface of the massive database of information I need to know to even come close lets say Linus. Speaking of Linus, I never even knew about Linus and his helpful tech tips back then. Actually to be honest I did not even know he existed up until six weeks ago. However, when I did see the videos, it was like heaven wrapped in chocolate. Even though I was still limited to a few measly vocab words up to that point, it sparked interest in me. Linus' videos made me think of some kind of future of where I could be in a few years. I mean although my mind is still muddy between me becoming a programmer for video games or doing something along the lines of computer hardware, things got a little bit more clear. My love for computer and video games exceeds my knowledge of them, and I believe will forever be so. The more I learn of them, the more I love them. So although I am one of the newest members I would like to celebrate a great moment in Linus', his crew, and the communities life. Also it does not really matter to me whether I get one of the prizes (although it would be rad and I would never forget about it). All I ask is that I get to see the cool finish on that sweet gaming rig and if possible to see how happy the winners are with their prizes.

 

P.S. Sorry for how sloppy my paragraph might be, I am a messy thinker when I get mushy about my past and relate it to present things.

 

 

TheNotSoAverageGamer

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A little over a year ago (probably more than that; it was before Linus Media Group was a thing but I'm not good with dates) I found one of your NCIX Tech Tips videos on how to build a gaming PC while generally derping around on YouTube. I had barely any interest in computers back then, but after watching you video, I was introduced to the world of building your own gaming PC's. Mind you at that point I didn't know such a thing exited. I had only played games on consoles, and I still though of computers as a mysterious black box that came out of a factory. Your personality (the blonde hair was pretty cool too tbh) is what made me keep watching, and eventually I came to be very interested in PCs and hardware. Now I have built my own computer, as well as 3 others for ffriends and family, and I am constantly learning new things, whether it be programming,gaming, or basically anything involving computers. I have found my passion, technology, and you were an instrumental part of making that happen. Thx lots.

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LTT has always been pretty cool. There have been some hiccups but its always recovered(thanks slick and friends).

Thanks for everything you've done from making useful tech quickys to making awesome build logs. And congrats on reaching 1M subs. Can't wait till 1.5 or maybe 2M subs.

Never trust a hug. Its just a way to hide your face - The Doctor (Sounds something like the grumpy cat would say)

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I started watching your video about 3 years ago when my friends built my desktop for me. At that time, computer became a real passion for me and you really help me a lot to expand my knowledge on tech stuff. I can probably build a computer eyes closed now and with your and the community help, my rig is now a badass mahcine that I keep ugrading to make it look good and make sure it perform well. Thank you linus!

Case : Corsiar Air 540 CPU : Intel i5 8600k GPU : Asus Nvidia 970 DirectCUII RAM : 16gb DDR4 MB : ASUS Prime z370-p PSU : OCZ Modxtreme 700w SSD : Samsung 840 EVO 250gb 

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Hey LinusTechTips!!! For the giveaway I'm going for the surface pro 3 or the custom system, hope I'm lucky enough! I found Linus tech tips about a year ago when I saw the unboxing and review of last gens Razer Blade. I saw the video and thought to myself "wow. these guys are good." the review was so in depth and spot on and I subscribed to the channel right then and there and I've been watching ever since. I love the amount of work and effort you guys put in to your videos on YouTube and i hope to see many more. Congrats on 1 Million subs! hope you make it to 2 million soon! Keep up the good work guys!

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I finally jumped on the Sennheiser IE80's solely on your recommendation, and it's one of the most satisfying things I've ever bought <3

 

(Why does it come with SO many eartips?)

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I really do like the gadgets under 100$ it's fun to find some cool things that help out a lot but doesn't break the bank.

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I found Linus Tech Tips when I was researching building my first gaming computer. Learned lots of stuff through your videos! :) 

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I originally started watching Linus when i first got into building PCs, and I haven't stopped watching since. its great to see how you've grown :)

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I found the channel what feels like two years ago. I enjoyed watching all the fun unboxings and learning about tech. I've always enjoyed Linus's observations about products, and I have also enjoyed watching the channel grow to become a big deal.

 

Congrats Linus, and all the rest of you.

 

Job well done!

 

Keep it coming.

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Linus Media Group, Kudos for making it this far. Honestly i love the format of your reviews, i think this set the bar for how reviews should work and the channel that you have now is a far cry from what linus tech tips was back then lol, BUT it still has same old format and chemistry which is effffffing awesome. im trying now to have something established like. (Y)

CPU: Intel Core I5 - 444| Motherboard: GA-B85M-HD3 Rev 1.0 | RAM: G.Skill RipjawsX 8Gb 1600Mhz (F312800CL10S-8GBX) | GPU: PowerColor HD7850 1Gb DDR5 256Bit (AX7850 1GBD5-DH) | Case: NZXT Source 210 Windowed White | Storage: Seagate 1Tb 7200Rpm 3.5" Sata (ST1000DM003) | PSU: Thermaltake LitePower 600Watts Black Edition | Display: BenQ GW2255 21.5" LED | Cooling: Cooler Master Hyper 212X, Cooler Master Blade Master 120, Deep Cool XFAN 120 | Sound: Razer Kraken Pro, Marshall Major FX, Razer Hammerhead Pro, Audio-Technica ATH-M40X, Sennheiser HD 558, Antlion Audio ModMic 4.0, Fiio 6E Portable Amp, Creative Sound Blaster E1 Dac/Amp | Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit

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What started as a simple advice search on my new keyboard turned into hours of viewing your videos. thank you for educating me, you have helped me beyond what you think :)

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I hope these items go to worthy people. If I win, it goes to my friend who has needed a gaming PC for a long time now. 

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Hey Linus,

 

I was always a massive fan of yours. I stumbled on your channel a little while back when I was just getting started in the PC world. I binge watched a lot of your videos and learned almost everything I needed to know about PCs. I just checked your channel and saw this give away and got really excited. It really shows how much you appreciate your subscribers and followers. From watching your videos, I've been inspired to build multiple gaming PCs for myself and for others. Right now I am currently working on creating a PC club at my high school where I will teach fellow students the basics of PCs and will fund raise and apply for grants to build an overpowered PC. In order to teach other students, I plan on showing them your videos and pages on this forum. I just wanted you to know that you make a huge difference in many peoples lives such as mine. That you have inspired me to spread your knowledge to my peers and that everything that I and my fellow students (as well as many others) accomplish will all be thanks to you. I will send you pictures of our final product! I would also like to request an entry in your giveaway for the custom PC made and designed by you and your crew. You have really inspired me and I would love to do something like that in the near future. Please consider me for your giveaway!

 

Sincerely your fan,

Matthew McKee

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Deserved Subs! My setup would most likely not look the same as it does today without your guidance, keep teaching us senpai! :D 

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Dear Linus Tech Tips,

 

      I found Linus Tech Tips through various reviews of products that I was looking to buy. The best series on the channel in my opinion is "Handy Tech Under $100" because it has brought some really great products to the table and can help people a lot. I appreciate the time and effort Linus and the entire crew put into every video. The quality and professionalism in every video lets the viewer know that these people actually care about what they're talking about. The PC Build guides have been astonishingly 'simple' and easy to understand, all while explained in just a few minutes. One example of the amazing content provided on Linus Tech Tips is the "Ultimate Surround Gaming PC" build, which amazed me at how much information they could convey in such an interesting and fun way. All in all, Linus Tech Tips has and continues to entertain and help me and as we noticed, one million other people. By the way, this give away is a great thing to do for the fans. I would not mind winning a prize myself, *wink*.  Keep on making awesome content, guys. I'll be expecting a 'one-gazillion subscribers give away' any day now. 

 

With many thanks and endless support, CJ.

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