What It's Like To Use a $10,000 Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 2 days ago   22:25

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Comments 1131 Comments

the gas hat
Wow this is amazing

*cries in 2gb ram and no graphics card*
Kaose T
That computer looks like it eats i phones to me for some odd reason.
Norm Gagne
Hey, Paul! Another great video. Wondering if your corsair software issues are due to bios sleep settings for the usb ports, or whatever is powering the corsair hub?
Erwin Liao
i thought u were reading amonitor when u were working at newegg but it turns out no u actually know a lot about computers lol
Daito __
Why is the screen on the right so much lighter and you don’t need a fucking 4K monitor just get a 1440p monitor and run the game A LOT FASTER
Vega_Omega
9:04
Was... was that a gay joke?
ThisIsBunny Gaming
Mouse moving really.l slow from higher dpi?
Thats a new
Guy Jordan
Just binged the Riptide series as a new sub. Nice channel. Big Q here; was it worth having 2 systems crammed into one box or would you do it again either as a modular or completely separate boxes? Sponsored is one thing but did this actually help you? I have no such sponsors :(
vh9network
Does APEX Legend support DX11? I bet your game is lagging because you are using DX12. DX12 is hot garbage, it will make any hardware run like crap because it was programmed hot garbage.
vh9network
Paul I suggest you use Handbrake to encode video and not Adobe Premiere, use the H265 codec for best compression at 20 CF.
Myles Isenberger
*Watches video through aviator sunglasses*

"Mother of God....."
Pale Tats
Got a big enough pc there bud?
C Winegardner
Where are the annoying people that I find all over the internet who say things like "Why would you want this? it uses too much power! Your electric bill is going to be huge." or "Ugh, your never going to use that system at it's maximum potential, it was a waste of money.:" ?








I get that a powerful computer isn't for everyone, but some people want a super powerful computer, just like how some people want a Ferrari.
Johnny5clowna
If I had a $10,000 computer I’d put it to better use, like helping me make $$$$$$ to pay for it.. lol.
ELDER MAGNUS
so.. you have build a pc able to give to youre grand children while knowing it would still be better then the ones ussed by then ?
e.m 1324
i would play csgo on that
ak moose
Man I wish I can just build something like that. not to use it just the fun of building such thing. love your work on it I didn't even notice that I watched this build series for like 2 hours
James Roggy
My only comment is eggs in one basket. backup in the same box is not back up......my 2 cents :)
Shockz_br
10000 FPS joins the lobbies
DonnyFrusciante III
Lol 10k build and it only has soft tubing for cooling. Fail AF
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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B What It's Like To Use a $10,000 2 days ago   15:13

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Raspberry Pi 4B review, including the hardware specs of this new single board computer, and a demo running the latest version of Raspbian. With thanks to the Raspberry Pi Foundation for supplying the board featured in this video.

You can learn more about the Raspberry Pi 4B on the Raspberry Pi Foundation website here: https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-4-model-b/

You can find a playlist of my previous videos featuring the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ and 3A+ here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2m2YvnrOYxIABPXD2YY-ilcy_quyyEbT

And here is my video introducing the Python programming language: https://ai-tube.com/videoai/Pefc_Ur70ab

More videos on single board computers and other computing topics can be found on the ExplainingComputers channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/explainingcomputers/videos

You may also like my other channel, ExplainingTheFuture, at: https://www.youtube.com/user/explainingthefuture/videos

#RaspberryPi4i #Pi4B #ExplainingComputers