What did you DO?? – The "Jellyfish Fryer" All-SSD Server

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30 Comments on “What did you DO?? – The "Jellyfish Fryer" All-SSD Server”

  1. I was just introduced to you through Smarter Every Day, I'm not a tech guy at all but I'm looking forward to learning through your channel and thanks for helping Destin. Subscribed… Now I have to binge watch your videos.

  2. If I had to guess the jellyfish website shows TiB as TB because they don't expect their customers to understand anything more than what the available storage says in windows eplorer and they want to avoid the confusion where people think they see much less space than they paid for.

  3. Okay Linus is actually retarded here. The type of person paying 35k for a server is not going to do a DIY project just to save $900; that's a drop in the bucket, and is a hassle when it comes to warranty because you would have to deal with each manufacturer individually, and you don't have the customer support and help of said company you buy it from. This has to hands down be the dumbest thing you have ever said.

  4. izza like iphone vs android all over again… mkbhd/ijustine can afford it. meanwhile theres linus who gets the job done by DIY pretty much everything ang gets whats he pays for.

  5. Always great to fry your friends Linus, but maybe iJustine deserves this, she just got killed on escape the night for the second tinne but her beloved joey graceffa lol blood was obviously in the water

  6. Turnkey solutions are preferable when building the solution isn't your business model or domain expertise. It's not lazy. It's not ignorant. It's good business. LMG's business is content creation too and were they not able to get useful content out it DIY wouldn't make sense for them either. The elephant in the room is that although LMG's system might have better hardware/performance it also likely costs a lot more when you really look at the TCO.

    Turnkey is the only solution when time is money and you can't find a way to monetize that like LMG has.

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