Linus should be advised to stay away from topics that he gets excited about. the skreeking of his voice is pretty bad in this one, it must have been something he really wanted as a teenager. 15:32 *menus
explain to me how my pc now is way worse than this
“BSOD wants to know your location” 😆😆😆Still, not bad for 10+ year old hardware!
This is why I never buy the newest technology. Because it gets outdated so quickly. I’m perfectly fine with being a little bit behind with the technology I own if it means that I can save literally thousands of dollars by waiting a little while.
This feel like 10 days ago everything was modern nothing new
I am using a 10yo i7. Clocked at 4.1 Ghz when needed, I can do absolutely anything I want with it (I am not editing 4k or 8k videos so far). But all the games play out nicely so far (I obviously upgraded the GPU).
But can it Run Crysis? We need to ask the important questions...I have a similar computer I got from work. It's an HP Workstation Z800, made in 2009 (I'm pretty sure), with dual Intel Xeon E5504 Processors. Has 64GB of DDR3 Server DIMMs (It had 8 Gigs of Standard DDR3 when I got it and it worked fine).Has a Vista License Key on it, Currently runs Win10 pro, and I used in the past as my backup encoding system for my stream, through the use of NDI.I could see that it would be bottlenecked if I was to use it for more demanding titles, but from what I've seen, I think it would hold up quite nicely to some modern programs.I've never had it bottleneck for any reason whatsoever, then again I haven't had the need to render an 8k Video. It's been a great PC to have. If you would like to look at it, I am willing to send it to you (You'd have to pay shipping to Canada tho ;D ).Would love for it to become a Steamcache Server eventually, as I don't use it anymore for my stream.
gimme that door thingy please hhahaha
AHHHHHHH!!! clipping the memory in while on top of the box, you can see the MB bend. Cringeworthy. Hope you don't do that to your new boards also.
I have 2 10 year old top of the line machines, they run fine.. are they gaming rigs .. no.. But they can run everything I do 90% of the time with minimal to no lag.
Accounting for 10 years of inflation it's more like $6,000+.
I had a similar rig to this years ago. Fully Buffered RAM and all. It worked well. Was a bit overpriced for performance though. Running 8 cores on 2009 was great. YES it was a power hungry beast.
I think Windows 10 Was Sandbagging this systemi was running a Q9450 up from a Q6700 at the end of the Q seriesi was also running XP on the Q6700 and went to 7 for the Q9450Crysis would be fun to see on this system as Well as Windows 7You could do a Crysis 1-2-3 Comparison on the system to see how it agedAnd id like to see Metro 2033 Running on hereOne time with dx 11 tessellation which will lag like poopand one time in DX 10 with no special thingsLinus if you ran this system in DX10 MAX it would probably wood chipper mostly anything you throw at itGet that win 10 off of there and put 7 and get me some DX10 BenchmarksDX12 is not better than DX10 for Performance Especially on Legacy partsCmon linus do better
My first real computer was a spectrum 128+2 with a built in tape loader and you talk about old 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
i honestly miss USB 2, it was just so easy and problem free. feel like there are bugs happening left to right everytime i use USB 3 or newer for things like mice, headsets(especially wireless) and sometimes backlit keyboards. none of those needs the speed anyways so if it was up to e id keep 4 USB 2 on the motherboard io no matter whats the standard or whats new.
"I've been rews stupid for a while, but it was relaxing, it was dope..." 🗨😉👣📟🔇
I'm still running a amd 9850 and an ati 4850. Its time for an upgrade. I'm thinking Nehalem.
I had a friend who had one in a large rolling cube case and he thought it would never go obsolete, but Moore`s Law comes for us all.
the museum called. they want their computer parts back.
Lol motherboard come with a free version of ghost recon 2 advanced warfare
DEFINITELY need a PCIe NVME x4 m.2 expansion card and high end m.2 drive for a real modern test. that SATA drive...well, it's better than a hard drive, but not much. And I'd certainly be curious of 16GB ram.
DO BUILT IN PC AND CONNECT RTX
*looks at work pc with E8500 & 8500GT* .... mmm... 2008 tech.
Excuse me for being a basic, but would having a nvidia titan not decrease strain on the cpu for youtube playback?
i have a build from 2009 (10 years ago):i7-920 at 3.8GHzgskill DDR3 1600 ramATI HD 5770 gfx card750 watt power supply (lol)and a 2019 LED 4k monitor from LGi still use a 2002 dell keyboard with it hahapoint being--it plays 4k videos as long as they arent 60fps...it also cant play 1080 at 60fps without skipping a little...but 4k or 1080p at the lower fps on youtube works fine...it cost me $1430 dollars in 2019. never, ever, buy a $5000 PC lol...you will get more value if you just build a $2000 PC and change it after a long time, or if you are into gaming honestly I'd probably never go above $1000 because the tech changes so quickly...just my opinion.
I bet the motherboard fan doesn't work.
Linus, I didn't catch the part where you use your thermal glue and spreader on the cpus, unless i missed that part.
I run 4k youtube on a q9650 clocked 4.0ghz it can run it in stock clock no problem
Fond memories indeed! I had a pair of 8800GTX's, 9800GTX's, GTX280's, 480's back when I used to build and OC. Even remember the awesome moment when overclocking a Q6600 to 3Ghz :-D My favourite chip from the pre i7 era was definateley the QX9650!
Upcoming Linus video in 2029:*The computer from 10 years ago. How horrible?*
He calls this old? I'm still running LGA775 with a Core2Quad CPU I built maybe 15 years ago.
Jerry rig everything 11:34
lol I'm still running my AMD Phenom II X4 940 BE with 8GB DDR2 on a GIgabyte ma770 all from 2008/2009 with a GTX 1050ti and SSDs. Still on the original power supply too. Used every day. It's my only rig besides the laptop. But the only game I play the last few years is Cities:Skylines. The only problem i've ever had was boot issues until I replaced the mobo battery.
If you want to close out a task after it crashes best way is to Windows+Tab and drag the crashed item onto another desktop "New Desktop" letting you open task manager.
6:35 *sad Linus sounds
love the video, but i would have prefered to see games in 1080p since that is what i am using, dunno what the majority uses though. For me 4k is no useful performance reference.
I think this is not really representative of the "how bad enthusiast hardware was 10 years ago". From one side there were far worse boards, from other hand by the time of release D5400XS was kind of already obsolete. 2009 was literally end of life for 771 socket and we have both 1366 and 1156 coming into play in 2009 and 2010 respectively. In short this dual-CPU board with DDR2 and 771 is last kick for EOD product which got totally obsolete 1 year after release. Take for example my board (Asus Maximus III Extreme) which is now 9 years old yet totally modern board without any quirks, DDR3 up-to 2200mhz, USB3.0 out of the box, SATA3.0, 5x16 PCI-E 2.0, 4-way Crossfire/SLI and 1156 CPUs are relatively modern. It doesn't even need 2CPUs, special ram etc. Further i7 880/Xeon X3480 blows x9775 away... ok maybe not 2x x9775, but with DDR3 memory and more straightforward set-up real life performance is probably even better. Maybe only sign of the age is that it only takes max 16GB ram in 4 slots... recently started bidding on 32GB kits and realised my MB won't even take 32GB, but I was living just fine with 8GB until now, so 16GB will last me perhaps another 5 years. Even better example would be Asus Rampage II or III Extreme with 1366 socket (actually any premium X58 board) - much wider range of CPU available, especially Xeons and even more features from 10 years old board.In summary... anyone who bought D5400XS in 2009 made terrible mistake, because within month S1366 was launched, DDR3 ram became mainstream and whatever was possible with S771 was blown away for 1/5th of the price in S1366 and soon after for even less on S1156.
I’m amazed that I spent about the same $$ in 2004 to build a computer as I did last month. Computers loose value by the time you build it, but it’s all for fun and I love it so😍
My 9 year $2000 pc still runs and games at 80-100 fps
Tech so old, I thought I was watching NCIX Tech Tips
bathwater not included lmaooo
16:32 says they can't code an end task key. Forgets about alt+f4
Lol I literally subscribed because of that shade thrown at 8:20
Adobe Premiere is not a good benchmark because it was never optimized for that plattform. Premiere runs bad on unsupported plattforms
Just proves that the latest hardware ages like milk in less than 4 years.