Internet / VideosHow did they fit a Gaming PC in THIS?? 26th August 20196th February 2020 - by Jarvis - 30 Comments. Linus Tech Tips makes entertaining movies about expertise, together with tech evaluations, showcases and different content material. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)
30 Comments on “How did they fit a Gaming PC in THIS??”
I love AiO 🙈 I'd rather pay the premium so that I don't have to have all those cables and that tower. But I know it's kind of a waste of money 😂
Shame the website is confusing for me to find the product and price.
oh! so this was the instagram post about
I was just about to go for a GTX960 and a Curve screen damn it
Inb4 They make another video ripping it apart to water cool it and in the process make it objectively less good…. “because…” 😂
You forgot to test what kind of ethernet port it was
"There's a mechanism for opening it easily"
Immediately just forces it open
I love this channel
Seems better than an iMac, only on Windows.
Is it just me or is Linus being overly nice because the video is sponsored by Color ?
Have you changed video proportions? It's like 16:10 or what?
so they reinvented the iMac… playing on iMacs since '07
This thing is pretty impressive
Mobile Gpu – boring.
linus :90 fps ultra in SOOTR "Not bad"
Me : 15 fps ultra low, with shadow of in SOOTR "Real game experience"
But little did they know there was a camera on the outside of the "PRIVACY SHIELD" (9_9)
pretty sure lenovo y910 and hp both have this, not sure why a tech channel would pretend its a "new concept"
I was really interested in this video though this (the product) was not what I was expecting. I was looking forward to seeing a display with an external graphics card in it. To me, it would make a ton o sense because we are currently seeing more laptops with thunderbolt ports but with a sub-par graphics card. Has you might expect these are not suited for playing out of the box. Either because these small laptops have a small display and, has mentioned before, they usually don't have great graphics cards. So to use these machines as gaming rigs you will have to get an external GPU and, to take advantage of your new GPU, a secondary screen would also be something that would make a lot of sense. Do you know if such a device exists? If it does could make a video about it?
Keep up the nice work!
What a baller product
No iMac diehards in the comments?
Oh, of course.
So did it start to work again after "YOU" put it together?
Is it just me or is the vid quality bad(?)
Watches till the end… possibly mentally scarred. Time will tell.
This makes sense, when you consider how thin laptops are, gaming laptops too
one day soon he will be dissecting an android like this… and I can't wait……
Ok that thing is impressive
rofl goes to go to website ….website cannot be found
C H O N K Y HEATPIPES
setupbox or console with an hdmi switch its nice to have an input, lacking vesa mount?
Great design, use heatpipes to carry the heat away, always wondered by stupid designers dissipate it in the same space its trying to cool.
Why is the audio so crappy?