Liked on YouTube: The $450 “Mac mini’ You Wish Apple Sold

The $800 Apple Mac mini is a bit underwhelming, but this hackintosh isn’t!
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Here at Snazzy Labs, we found the Apple Mac Mini 2018 pretty disappointing. The CPU had poor thermal paste application, experienced thermal throttling, and was pretty bad value with just 128GB of storage. For less than $500, we built a hackintosh using an 8th gen Intel NUC. It’s smaller, faster, cooler, and cheaper than the Mac mini and it runs macOS Mojave like a champ. What more could you ask for?

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Liked on YouTube: Adam Savage Wears Lumecluster’s Phoenix Gauntlets!

Armor designer Melissa Ng (aka Lumecluster) visits Adam’s cave and brings her new Phoenix Gauntlets, a modular design that she’s been designing and prototyping for two years. Based on historically accurate 15th century gothic armor, these beautiful gauntlets are also surprisingly flexible and comfortable. Adam can’t get enough of them!

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Liked on YouTube: Is Amazon’s New ARM CPU Faster than Intel?

Amazon has announced new virtual machine services using ARM based processors, alongside its existing x86 (Intel) services. These AWS virtual machines (or instances) run on Amazon’s new ARM based Graviton processors.

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Liked on YouTube: Is Apple’s Cheapest Mac Any Good?

Is the $799 2018 Mac mini any good? Not really…
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Mac mini has been the golden child of Apple’s lineup. As Apple’s budget machine, it has typically contained similar (if not the same) CPUs as Apple’s more premium iMac lineup—just without a display, mouse, and keyboard. But despite smashing success from 2006-2012, Apple seemed to have forgotten about Mac mini. Until now. Was the wait worth it? And was the $300 price increase justified? Snazzy Labs’ host, Quinn Nelson, breaks it down.

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Liked on YouTube: Why Computers Can’t Count Sometimes

Sometimes, numbers on sites like YouTube and Twitter jump up and down; subscriber counts lag, like-counts bounce all over the place. Why is it so hard for computers to count? To answer that, we need to talk about threading, eventual consistency, and caching.

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Liked on YouTube: 20 wahnsinnige Red-Dead-Redemption 2-Details, die niemand vermisst hätte

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Red Dead Redemption 2 ist nicht nur ein gigantisches Open-World-Abenteuer, sondern strotzt auch nur so von aufwendigen Details, die die Spielwelt noch glaubwürdiger machen. Wir haben im Video 20 besonders wahnsinnige Einzelheiten zusammengefasst, die in der Erstellung ungeheuer aufwendig sind, aber trotzdem wohl niemand vermisst hätte, wenn sie nicht im Spiel aufgetaucht wären.
Wir zeigen unter anderem, welchen Aufwand Rockstar Games bei den Dialogen betrieben hat, wie beeindruckend das Zusammenspiel von Wetter und Kleidung aussieht, besuchen Pflichtbewusste Ladenbesitzer und kümmern uns – natürlich – auch um die Detail-Analyse der Pferde-Hoden.
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Liked on YouTube: DataPlay: The futuristic optical disc format that time forgot

In 2001 the future seemed bright for DataPlay when the tiny optical data storage format won Best of Show at CES. Less than two years later it was all over. Watch the video to find out what happened and to see a demo of this elusive format on a rare machine.

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Liked on YouTube: Visage Gameplay German – Let’s Play Visage Facecam Horror Early Access

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Es ist Halloween und nur WEGEN EUCH gruseln sich Michi und Fritz durch das Early-Access-Horror-Spiel Visage, einer Kreuzung aus P.T., Layers of Fear und der Nebenkostenabrechnung. Und weil’s so viel erniedrigender ist, halten wir dabei unsere angstentstellten Visagen in die Webcam. Visage-ception quasi!

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