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only video is 2 and 5 mins but assembling the unit in 2 minutes impossible im doin it for 20 years.. 2 minutes Geez
BoyTechno, , 8/29/2014 6:52:25 AM
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I have been building pcs since the 80286 was state of the art. This video is so wrong on so many levels. Choose the wrong slot for the graphics card and lose performance usually the closest PCI-E 16 slot others may be 8x slots. You used enough thermal compound for 20-30 cpus bad wire management. Oh by the way it takes about 1 hour for me to build a pc and about 6 to load the os Windows and the updates Linux about 15 min.
GigaHz, , 8/25/2014 3:46:57 AM
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Maybe they used a stopwatch in a spaceship orbiting between Earth and the Moon traveling 99 the speed of light. XD
Decio Rodrguez, , 11/24/2013 6:57:03 AM
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Unboxing is the most fun of it.
nugroho, , 11/8/2013 4:21:38 AM
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This doesnt include unboxing which is half the fun...
Cephilar, , 10/21/2013 9:16:57 AM
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Wow... now thats unprofessional Even the edited video is longer then two minutes but letting anyone think you can and SHOULD finish a computer assembly in two minutes is real lack of IT common sense.Also there are a two significant errors in the video1. The thermal paste should never be applied as sloppy as presented but also the Intel CPUs already have thermal compound on their heat spreader so adding another layer only leads to worse heat dissipation.2. The power supplies are not usually found on the bottom of the case but traditionally on the top side of the case. Only in recent years we had more case models with the power supply unit designed to be placed on the bottom but the number of cases built like this is still lower than the ones with the power supply on top.Now I must complain about the cables inside the case - really lame. Leaving a thick cable right on top of the CPU fan is a crappy job. I wont say cable management can be made in any computer case but a minimum of effort time should be allocated to guide the cables in such a position that they dont obstruct the airflow inside the case.Taking care of such details will lead to a slower computer assembly but you should only do it once and then have a nicely built and cooled PC. Dont encourage anyone to do this. This is highly unprofessional and unrealistic.
kneekoo, , 10/16/2013 12:15:43 PM
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Superman The Flash and Quicksilver all working together couldnt do that in less than 2 minutes. Period. End of Discussion.
The Advocate, , 10/14/2013 8:28:15 PM
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