Reacting to our Best PC Builds Ever

Linus Tech Tips
10 Mar 202423:21

Summary

TLDRIn this entertaining and nostalgic trip down memory lane, the team revisits their most memorable PC builds over the years, as voted by their community. They discuss the creativity, design, and functionality of each build, sharing personal anecdotes and rating their favorites. From the intricate and artistic to the practical and powerful, the spectrum of builds showcases the team's evolution in design and engineering, all while injecting humor and candid commentary throughout the discussion.

Takeaways

  • 🤖 The team has built numerous impressive computers over the years, with community submissions highlighting their favorites.
  • 🏆 The pyramid PC was a fan favorite, although it had some design flaws like the big overclocking button.
  • 🎮 A custom desk was created to accommodate the pyramid PC, showing appreciation for the team's work.
  • 🖼️ The team had mixed feelings about certain builds, such as the rock-embedded PC, with some finding it innovative and others less appealing.
  • 💻 The team's personal computers have also faced issues, like leaks and failures, despite being built by themselves.
  • 🎁 Sponsor messages were integrated into the discussion, promoting products like Ridge wallets and key cases.
  • 🛠️ The team's modding capabilities have improved over time, allowing for more creative and intricate builds.
  • 🎥 The quality of the team's video production has increased, with better b-roll and more engaging content.
  • 🌟 Some builds, like the Glamfoot PC, were particularly memorable and well-received by both the team and the community.
  • 🔧 The team has experimented with various cooling methods, including phase change cooling and subambient cooling with a chiller tower.
  • 💡 The team's builds have inspired others in the community to create their own unique and personalized computers.

Q & A

  • What was the community's favorite computer build mentioned in the transcript?

    -The community's favorite computer build mentioned was the pyramid PC, which was also in use and had a custom desk created to accommodate it.

  • What issue did the speaker have with the pyramid PC build?

    -The speaker did not like the big Gody overclocking button on the pyramid PC that turns it off, considering it a design flaw.

  • How did the speaker rate the pyramid PC build?

    -The speaker gave the pyramid PC build a rating of seven and a half, but personally would rate it a four out of ten.

  • What was the main criticism of the rock-glued computer build?

    -The main criticism was that the rock-glued computer build looked half-ass and had poor execution, despite the cool idea behind it.

  • What was the speaker's personal rig like?

    -The speaker's personal rig was mostly assembled by him, but it failed due to leaking, leading to it being built again for the third time in a month.

  • What was the price tag of the Glam Footage build?

    -The Glam Footage build had a price tag of around $100,000, but it was considered quite conservative, with the actual cost being closer to $150,000 if accounting for the machining.

  • What was unique about the full bom PC build?

    -The full bom PC build was unique for its crooked 3D print and paint work, which was a result of the internal components pressing against the walls and deforming the shape.

  • How did the speaker feel about the teapot PC build?

    -The speaker loved the teapot PC build for its creativity, especially the use of an actual teapot and tea, giving it a rating of at least nine out of ten.

  • What was the main challenge in building the aluminum PC?

    -The main challenge in building the aluminum PC was getting the release mechanism to work correctly, which took a significant amount of labor hours and even resulted in the speaker growing facial hair during the process.

  • What was the purpose of the tank PC build?

    -The tank PC build was a unique case design that was shaped like a tank, and it was included in a compilation video where the community voted on their favorite weird cases.

  • What was the speaker's opinion on the monitor used in one of the builds?

    -The speaker thought the monitor was super cool and considered it one of the best things they had ever done, even though it looked like a normal computer.

Outlines

00:00

🌟 Top Builds: A Trip Down Memory Lane

The paragraph begins with a reflection on past computer builds, highlighting the team's collective achievements. The speaker confesses to forgetting some of the builds, but the discussion quickly turns to a specific favorite: the pyramid PC. Despite not being a fan of the Illuminati pyramid meme, the speaker appreciates the build's design and gives it a rating of 8 out of 10. The conversation then shifts to a build with glued rocks, which the speaker criticizes for its poor execution but acknowledges its cool concept. The paragraph ends with a mention of a sponsor, Ridge, and their 11th-anniversary sale.

05:01

🎮 Gaming Rigs and Collaborations

This paragraph focuses on gaming PCs and community reactions to various builds. The speaker discusses the community's preference for either high-end builds like the M. Deluxe or budget builds with cardboard. The conversation includes a review of the Fallout build and the Amethyst build, which inspired others to create their own. The speaker also mentions a Minecraft-themed build and expresses a favorite build done by Carl Jacobs and his team, which was both aesthetically pleasing and functional, despite its high cost.

10:02

🚧 Custom Cases and Creative Designs

The paragraph delves into custom computer cases and the creativity behind them. The speaker talks about a tank-shaped case and the lack of customization within it, while also discussing the community's vote on weird cases. The conversation then shifts to a highly detailed and impressive build from the community, which the speaker rates a 10. The paragraph also touches on a collaboration with Nerd Forge, resulting in a vending machine build that was auctioned for charity, and the speaker's admiration for the level of detail in the community's work.

15:05

🔧 Modding and Memorable Builds

This section discusses various modding projects and memorable builds. The speaker reminisces about a copper tube PC, a tank case, and a heavy, expensive single-piece aluminum case. The conversation includes a story about learning to bend copper pipes and the creation of a highly effective cooling system. The speaker also talks about a favorite collaboration with a company called Nerd Forge and the creation of a unique computer cooling system using a brick of raw GPU.

20:06

🎥 Reflecting on Past Videos and Projects

The final paragraph reflects on past videos and projects, including a gaming PC built with misleading information and a creative use of an Xbox console as a case. The speaker discusses the challenges of past builds, such as a cheese grater design and a phase change cooling system. The conversation also includes a mention of a sponsor, Delete Me, which helps protect personal information online. The paragraph concludes with a mention of a previous video where the team reacted to their worst videos.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡pyramid PC

The pyramid PC refers to a custom-built computer with a unique design that resembles a pyramid. In the video, it is mentioned as a favorite among the team and is noted for its distinctive appearance and the fact that it is still in use, even with a custom desk to accommodate it.

💡overclocking

Overclocking is the practice of increasing the clock rate of a computer's components, such as the CPU or GPU, to achieve higher performance than the manufacturer's specifications. In the context of the video, one of the team members expresses a dislike for a large overclocking button that turns off the computer, which is seen as a drawback of the pyramid PC design.

💡custom desk

A custom desk is a piece of furniture that is designed and built specifically for an individual's needs, often to accommodate unique computer setups or to maximize space and functionality. In the video, the team member mentions that a custom desk was created to fit the pyramid PC, showcasing the level of dedication and personalization involved in their computer builds.

💡Illuminati pyramid meme

The Illuminati pyramid meme is a reference to a conspiracy theory symbol often depicted as an eye within a triangle, representing the secret society's influence. In the context of the video, it is used humorously to express the speaker's lack of interest in the pyramid design of the computer, indicating a personal preference rather than a reflection on the build's quality.

💡rocks in computer

The term 'rocks in computer' refers to a creative, yet unconventional, method of incorporating natural elements like rocks into a computer build. This is mentioned in the video as a build that received mixed reactions, with some team members appreciating the novelty while others criticized the execution and practicality.

💡Minecraft

Minecraft is a popular sandbox video game that allows players to build and explore virtual worlds made up of blocks. In the video, the game is mentioned in the context of a computer build that was designed specifically for playing Minecraft, highlighting the theme of customization and personalization in computer builds.

💡赞助商

赞助商是指为视频、活动或项目提供资金或其他形式支持的个人或公司。在视频中,赞助商通常会被提及,以感谢他们对内容创作者的支持。这里提到的赞助商是Ridge,他们提供了钱包、钥匙盒甚至行李等产品,并且正在进行11周年大促销。

💡SLI

SLI(Scalable Link Interface)是一种由NVIDIA开发的技术,允许多个GPU协同工作,以提高图形处理性能。在视频中,SLI被提及作为一个过时或不切实际的技术,暗示了计算机硬件和软件的快速发展以及随之而来的技术变迁。

💡水冷

水冷是一种计算机冷却系统,使用循环流动的水来散热,通常比传统的风冷系统更有效,尤其在高性能计算系统中。视频中提到了多个与水冷相关的构建,强调了团队在设计和实施复杂冷却解决方案方面的技能和创造力。

💡RGB

RGB代表红色、绿色和蓝色,这是构成大多数电子显示器颜色的三种基本颜色。在计算机硬件中,RGB通常与具有可编程彩色灯光的组件有关,如RGB风扇、RGB内存条等。视频中提到RGB,表明了计算机构建中的个性化和美学设计元素。

Highlights

The team has built numerous impressive computers over the years, with some being fan favorites.

The pyramid PC was a popular choice, but it had a controversial overclocking button.

A custom desk was created to accommodate the pyramid PC, showcasing the team's dedication to their builds.

The speaker was not a fan of the Illuminati pyramid meme, but appreciated the build's quality.

The speaker's personal rig was mostly assembled by themself, but it failed due to a leak.

The Glam Footage build by Carl Jacobs and his team was a standout favorite, with a $100,000 price tag.

The full bom PC had an issue with its shape due to internal pressure, but it was still appreciated for its paint work.

The speaker reminisces about the challenges of building a small form factor machine with limited hardware choices.

The community's preference for builds was either high-end or 'jank' with cardboard, not anything in between.

The Fallout build and the amethyst build inspired many in the community to create their own.

The speaker discusses a build with a teapot cooling system, filled with actual tea, showing creativity in cooling solutions.

The tank PC case was a community favorite, despite the speaker's lack of personal attachment to it.

The speaker reflects on a copper tube PC that was not mentioned in the list of favorites.

The speaker and their team had to learn how to bend copper pipes for a build, showing their commitment to innovation.

The speaker discusses a build with a phase change cooling system in the basement, emphasizing the team's technical prowess.

The speaker expresses their love for a particular build with a cheese grater design, highlighting their appreciation for unique aesthetics.

The speaker talks about a mineral oil computer build, which they used for years despite it leaking.

The Chiller Tower build is mentioned, which uses evaporation for subambient cooling without a compressor.

The speaker reflects on their first gaming PC, which used onboard graphics and was affected by misleading information.

The speaker discusses a build inside an Xbox console, noting the difficulty of the task and the final result's cool factor.

The speaker talks about a passive cooling system they built, showcasing their ability to innovate with cooling solutions.

Transcripts

00:00

Okay it definitely wasn't all me these

00:02

guys helped but as a team we have built

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some pretty sick computers over the

00:06

years and as we were going through your

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guys' submissions for your favorites I

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got to confess I had totally forgotten

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about some of them me too I believe it

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starting with number one oh I didn't

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forget about this one this is number one

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the pyramid piecy like this was

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everyone's favorite no this is just

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number one everyone's favorite is the

00:28

last one oh it's in reverse order well I

00:30

thought the pyramid PC was pretty cool

00:31

it was pretty cool does he still use

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this not only is it in use but a custom

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desk was created to accommodate it shut

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up that's actually legitimately pretty

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cool it's nice when people like

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appreciate stuff I actually don't like

00:44

this one really really I've never really

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been like the Illuminati pyramid meme

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kind of guy I give this an eight out of

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10 easy how much I like it it's a four

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it would do a lot better for me if it

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didn't have the big Gody overclocking

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button that turns it off that's sucks

01:00

it's a me there's a power button there's

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literally a power button I have a cat

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yeah but it's just cat would be like oh

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I'll I'll give it a seven and a half I

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think we should have to do integer

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numbers okay eight two no

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way there's no way this is top 25 he

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literally glued rocks into a computer

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and you guys are like oh my God who's

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done it before there was imitators

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afterwards I don't think anyone did it

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did it for a reason I had to wash lips

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rocks did you actually I thought did

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that myself I don't think you washed my

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rock maybe we did it together this is it

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looks so half ass the idea is cool the

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execution is like a SI and a half I

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think it sheded a lot of rocks yeah but

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I kept it for 6 years you wash them

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better credit to I think it was Brandon

01:48

who shot this b-roll for making this pig

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look lipstick it's not a pig come on

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it's Nots he hates it cuz all his

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computers are ugly is your current

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computer even built by you his personal

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rig was mostly assembled by me and then

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it failed why did it fail because it

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leaked why did it leak we unplugged the

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pump and then he built it again for the

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third time in a month it is built by me

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though I still think it looks great I

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think it counts as extra built by me if

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I paid someone to build it then I did it

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again myself he paid his paid friend to

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build it and then did it again himself

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if you want to know someone who I'm

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their paid friend how about this message

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from our

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sponsor Ridge I mean you guys know who

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they are by now right they've got

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wallets they've got key cases they've

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even got luggage and they've got a big

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sale for their 11th anniversary that is

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happening right now so check them out at

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the link down below for some massive

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savings this is a four for me I gave it

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a 6 and a half but four I'm going to go

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with six okay

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11 yeah not at all

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biased sure thing geod

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dude uh this one is okay deserving and

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should have been number one to five am I

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the only one who was very surprised to

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see what a spectacular job Carl Jacobs

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and his team did of Glam footag this

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thing it looks so good in their video so

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he plays Minecraft on a box and then the

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climax is playing it on this Godly piece

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of computing art if I had to pick I

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think that this is my favorite build

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that we've ever done and it's nice cuz I

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didn't have to do any of it we spend so

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much money on this I think the $100,000

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price tag ended up being quite

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conservative yeah it was like 150 if you

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like account for the Machining that

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sounds really expensive compared to my

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rocks I did say this is my favorite LTT

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build ever it's not very practical

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though I'm going to go with a nine I

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agree nine eight I don't like desk PCS

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all right oh it's the full bom PC

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speaking of piece of builds that

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Lo again I also love it wow look at that

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paint workor oh this is a 3D print yeah

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so why is it that it's crooked because

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the stuff inside is pressing against the

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walls so it's deforming the shape so

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either way you just did a bad job I mean

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it wasn't going to fit I I challenge you

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to do a better job what purpose did

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these serve

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Luke I don't remember those ended up

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being if I remember correctly a platform

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so I could put I think power supply and

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storage or something in there our

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modding capabilities internally have

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really improved a lot this whole entire

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thing was also I think two days uh I

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think you mean two days and two nights

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yeah you Brandon were here twice in a

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row until I believe 2: to 4: in the

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morning shooting this mess I love it

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when Luke does arts and crafts oh my God

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you made a stencil and it still looked

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like that why did you make more than one

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stencil you know you can just reuse them

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God this is insane to think that we did

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this to Luke's credit it was not that

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easy to put together a super small form

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factor machine back then the hardware

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choices were extremely limited and there

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weren't nearly as many inspirational

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guides to follow along with the whole

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reason why I wanted to do this was to

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kind of show off that graphics card

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actually cuz that was a sick card oh

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yeah I had to use pieces of cardboard to

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stop it from shorting

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out so what the community is saying is

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they want our builds to be either M

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Deluxe or Jank garbage with cardboard

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not garbage nothing in between looks

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great there's no way that this ran

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anything other than thermal throttled up

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the butt oh yeah but it functioned not

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only did multiple people get inspired by

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The Fallout build and build their own

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but multiple people were inspired by the

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amethyst build and build their own why

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you so defensive you're trying to trash

05:36

on all my stuff but so far I more builds

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in here than yeah he's 50% of our top

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builds right now let's see some builds

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you've done I I think that's all of mine

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though oh you've got other builds I

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expect the pizza warming PC to make an

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appearance here the engineering

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Excellence is fantastic okay like three

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three 11 thermal throttles to Hell

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impact runs harder than an actual bomb

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your PC to be highly performant this is

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not it look at the hole it needed the

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hole it's not even close to straight it

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looks like you spent time to make it

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crooked is the PC you've got some

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serious like emo band hair going on look

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at that look we're not raiding

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hairstyles today he was going through

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some things the KN to a box fan was my

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idea and I think that that actually

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added a lot to the video I think it's

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still deployed today I think we have it

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still it's great this ended up being

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such a greater than the sum of its parts

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build everything on this table looks

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like and then the finished build it was

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kind of awesome I love the fans on the

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ram I agree with Jake actually those

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little Ram fans add a lot and if you

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want even more noctua in your life the

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noctua X LT screwdriver now available

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LTT store.com I can only really give

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this a seven cuz it's not that

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imaginative but personally eight or nine

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four what you just painted stuff beig

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and brown yeah like at seven let's say

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really out of all the sleepers the Sony

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voo are you helped with this this is an

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Alex buil his brainchild for

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sure what was that for I believe it's

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for VM moding this

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GPU of course it is Alex is like hm

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computer that works how about 700 Watts

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on a graphics card shout out this being

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just about the most gorgeous GPU block

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that I have ever seen yeah it's pretty

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looks looks like a nightmare to assemble

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wao yeah that looks I guess it's hidden

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it doesn't matter that right

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there that's what I think of that why is

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there a desk there's a desk because

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there was no room to put Cooling in this

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chassis sweet computer I love that you

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utilized the desk to cool it cuz there

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was enough space in the thing all yeah

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that's sick it doesn't look super

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sleeper to me I still think this is a

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super cool build this is seven and a

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half out of 10 I agree with L 72 you

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said a whole number I did seven then

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seven yeah seven sweet build though here

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it is

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the number of labor hours that went into

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building this aluminum days and

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nights so many more than two days night

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that's crazy that's weird it was like

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Five Nights at

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Freddy's this build took so long that I

08:16

now have facial hair one of the biggest

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challenges was getting this release

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mechanism to work correctly so it was

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had a relay so could make it so the head

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blew up oh wow kind of thing

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if we hadn't tried to do that it

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probably could have been done in half

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the time what a cool build though really

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cool did it overheat no it's got an AO

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for fooling and it's got ample it's a

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little bigger than the bomb airow yeah

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it's a little

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bigger that's a feature not a bug I

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think the objective was that if you died

08:50

in Minecraft we would have some kind of

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API something that would make it did it

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do that no hey my childhood Minecraft

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craft heart is given this like an eight

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I I really like this one I think a nine

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can you stop stealing my scores what I

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was going to say nine oh you're all

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eight I'm like oh I have a different

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score from Jake for a change oh God

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glorious this one is great look at your

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hair I think this is better than the

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like emo banded hair I don't know is

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this about my hair now your hair minus

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five I aess six six come on really he's

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had so much worse I'm right here what is

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going on well we wanted to repurpose a

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board that we didn't care about

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so we grabbed one that we had already

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used for subambient cooling I did not

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think he was going to be able to pull

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this off this was so Co I went to go see

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this like in person because I thought it

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was so cool the very best part about it

09:43

is either that it pours directly from

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the spout of the teapot onto the GPU or

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the fact that we filled it with actual

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tea there was no movie magic isn't that

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amazing that looks like tea I don't know

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oh it's tea dude look I brewed this tea

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sure yeah that's terrible this whole

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thing was fantastic this is an eight for

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sure for me it's at least a nine for me

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yeah I love this a lot of creativity

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into it both sides of the back panel

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hilarious using an actual teapot

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fantastic using actual really stand out

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their designs and everything that

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British flag just the every single part

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of this is sick it's it's at least a

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nine for me this man really okay ainus

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build and it's the tank piec not the one

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I would have chosen yeah tell us about

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this case lus it's in the shape of a

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tank what what did you do for this build

10:35

I built it you put parts in a case yeah

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it's just a case but there's no like

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customization there's nothing cool that

10:40

you did it's very RGB there no real

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expertise correct no skill it was a

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little no creativity well I wouldn't no

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design work it's very creative I mean

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look at that though bang bang I mean the

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case is neat if you're like 11 you're

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hating on our community not on me I

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didn't choose it we did a weird cases

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compilation video and then the community

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voted how does that work for the one

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that they wanted yeah those fans don't

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do

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anything they are up against a glass

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panel they are for show full show it's

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definitely better than the bomb build I

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disagree those fans also do

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nothing yeah we didn't rate that one oh

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we didn't rate that one but I don't know

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if it's worth a rating this is okay this

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is a 10 yeah yeah this is easily a 10

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this was Far and Away the top Ed one

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from the community couldn't believe the

11:32

level of detail look at this b-roll you

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can't even tell it's like miniature this

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makes me feel bad about

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myself don't watch any of my builds in

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this one in quick succession God pleas

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look at that vending machine most of the

11:46

coolness was not done by us this was all

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nerd Forge all the way they did an

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amazing job it was one of those things

11:53

where they said it's our gift to you the

11:56

machine and I was like oh my God I want

11:58

someone to daily drive this thing so we

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ended up um auctioning it for charity at

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LTX raised a bunch of money for charity

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so massive shout out nerd Forge for that

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as well I do agree with the community

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vote here 11 yeah and not a Luke 11 like

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a real

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one yeah we should do another build with

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them I think what we should do right now

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is talk about which builds we think are

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missing from this list where's your

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copper tube PC that was not that

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exciting compared to the tank oh my God

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I had to learn how to bend Co pipe in a

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way that didn't look like I ended up

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getting the actual final method from Bob

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and Rod I think the big thing was

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finding a bender that actually had the

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same diameter as the outside of the tube

12:41

and then filling it with sand so it

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doesn't Crush well okay awesome at the

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end after all the sanding and polishing

12:47

he actually used this as his daily

12:49

driver workstation here at work for like

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two or three years years until the DDC

12:53

died okay this build what I mean I built

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it you put a kit together good job

13:00

congratulations everyone can play Lego

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yeah audience let us know whose build is

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this Hey look it's me wow I wonder why

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why I am there oh look it's me again wow

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this case is this is like the stupidest

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case ever but also I love it it's so

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cool it weighed a ton it's a single what

13:18

was it just cast aluminum thing hand

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finished hand polished I think it was

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$5,000 or something like that and they

13:26

only made a hundred part of the original

13:28

idea of the compensator series was for

13:30

them to be bad yeah well I mean you hope

13:34

it's not bad but was it bad well the SLI

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was bad yeah and the case was stupid it

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was completely immobile I mean the whole

13:40

point is spending the most money you can

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on every single thing like in the

13:44

consumer like off the shelf standard I

13:46

would have daily drove it if I had space

13:49

I couldn't lift

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it also they gave us number 93 I think I

13:53

asked for number 69 look at this I could

13:55

have blown out my rectum what seven

13:58

Gamers one CPU is this the OG one boys

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hold on when I started you see this is 8

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years ago I've been here for 8 years one

14:05

of my first tasks was taking these water

14:08

blocks apart and putting the normal

14:10

coolers back on I lied on my job

14:12

application and said that I had water

14:14

cooled many computers and said that

14:16

straight to his face and I didn't break

14:18

a single one they were I don't know if

14:20

I've ever told you that before yes you

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have really oh yeah I totally lied why

14:23

am I the one with the nickname liess

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yeah I didn't lie about anything you on

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the

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other the resume fraud Duo this brick of

14:34

raw GPU delighted me more than I could

14:37

have possibly expressed in the video

14:39

plugging in seven gpus one movement all

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at once I haven't done it before I

14:45

haven't done it since it's so cool that

14:47

was like hard never done before yeah at

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the time that was really cool remember

14:52

when lonus used to do cool things yeah

14:54

see he actually built a computer for I

14:56

do cool stuff yeah I mean sure this was

15:00

one of my favorite collabs this was

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really cool yeah shank is so cool and

15:05

this build is amazing I missed it I

15:09

wasn't able to be here for this I was so

15:12

upset I'm pretty sure he SI I mean he's

15:13

looked like that in one of the videos we

15:15

were watching earlier yeah you want to

15:16

rate my hair again oh my God the monitor

15:19

so cool I forgot about the monitor this

15:21

is a 10 I really like that it's like the

15:24

whole thing it's glorious isn't that

15:27

monitor like stupid expensive it's an

15:28

alien wear thing right it's stupid and

15:30

stupid expensive oh yes this thing is

15:33

awesome this looks like a normal

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computer yep everything's fine it looks

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way better than the amethyst machine cuz