Using 6000 CPU Cores for SCIENCE - HOLY $H!T

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Comments • 6 333

  • David Wong
    David Wong 21 hour ago

    Still not enough RAM to run Google Chrome...

  • Mark Mathews
    Mark Mathews Day ago

    DO MORE VIDEOS LIKE THIS

  • Abricson K
    Abricson K 2 days ago

    I understood that reference 0:06

  • Jithin A P
    Jithin A P 2 days ago +2

    Some videos are 16:9, some are 18:9....
    We need consistency.....

  • Exploit Entertainment

    3:40 debian default wallpaper, nice

  • Karan Bakshi
    Karan Bakshi 3 days ago

    I'm amazed at how superbly intelligent some people are......#reallifesheldoncooper

  • pleappleappleap
    pleappleappleap 4 days ago

    Goddamnit, you missed that opportunity to yell "Holy Shit!"

  • pleappleappleap
    pleappleappleap 4 days ago

    Baby, I'm hung like a pendulum.

  • EdgyShooter
    EdgyShooter 8 days ago

    I enjoy all the content of this channel, from build guides to the fun DIY, but it's even better when they go in depth on something really interesting and do it very well.
    Then again as a physicist I may be biased 😅

  • Ernanie Gregorio Jr.
    Ernanie Gregorio Jr. 11 days ago

    I stopped at around 8:00, couldn't handle all the geeky stuff.

    • Mark Mathews
      Mark Mathews Day ago

      This is simple stuff, you should be ashamed of yourself. No wonder the world has gone to shit is this is how people view science.

  • Stst 46
    Stst 46 11 days ago +1

    I don’t know, Linus. How do you measure something small?

  • StodgyPigeon061
    StodgyPigeon061 16 days ago

    4 TB of ram
    BuT cAn It RuN gOoGlE cHrOmE

  • YLKb24
    YLKb24 17 days ago

    When people have no education in physics and talk about physics
    People: Oh Awesome

  • Photosounder
    Photosounder 17 days ago +5

    No one:
    Linus: **flails spastically** I'm actually waving space-time right now

  • Wendyn70
    Wendyn70 18 days ago

    11:18... what's Steam machine doing there...

  • Blyatman
    Blyatman 19 days ago

    0:00 When she asks you how big it is.

  • Jared Moss
    Jared Moss 21 day ago

    Linus doing science videos... I like it. Nice link to computers with processors :)
    Seriously. Got to be one of my favorite videos to watch by Linus.

  • Der Motobrandi69
    Der Motobrandi69 21 day ago +1

    Why doesn't this PC has RGB?

  • ryu
    ryu 27 days ago

    apparently linus is not human

  • James Mote
    James Mote Month ago

    Just want to point out two things here at 11:19 she has a steam machine on her table and her displays aren't positioned properly. she moves her window to the right then it appears on the left monitor.

  • jakob findlay
    jakob findlay Month ago

    Idea for next HOLY $H!T. PC fiber-optic cables such as this one
    www.amazon.ca/RUIPRO-Fiber-Cable-Support-Subsampling/dp/B01M5F6TQ2?th=1

  • Not Reaper
    Not Reaper Month ago +1

    0:47 Talking bout lasers
    0:48 (Insert sponsor here)

  • Corey Wray
    Corey Wray Month ago

    Yeeesss more like this :D

  • Twinrehz
    Twinrehz Month ago

    And this, people, is what happens when you go full nerd. (Not hating, I think it's glorious).

  • Hagrid Wells
    Hagrid Wells Month ago

    earth is flat Linus. Sorry to break that one.

  • Tommy Two Tones
    Tommy Two Tones Month ago

    But why tho

  • Tommy Two Tones
    Tommy Two Tones Month ago

    Thanks Linus, very cool.

  • Lateaf Smith
    Lateaf Smith Month ago

    Sun systems huh??? Last time i delt with sun systems token ring was a thing...

  • Dope Boy
    Dope Boy Month ago

    jesse pinkman : sience .....word

  • Furzzy the Fox
    Furzzy the Fox 2 months ago

    2:34 so does this mean *_t i m e t r a v e l ?_*

  • Brian Maynard
    Brian Maynard 2 months ago

    My mind is melting from all the scientific mathematics lol. Don't understand 90% of it

  • Slikx666
    Slikx666 2 months ago

    Nice to have something different 👍

  • Mananga Lilla
    Mananga Lilla 2 months ago

    11:01 dat bod doe

  • Fufner Keywheel
    Fufner Keywheel 2 months ago

    They can detect these Gravitational Waves. Can they produce them?

  • RapMastaC1
    RapMastaC1 2 months ago

    I love your videos but the last time I was this fascinated with your content was on the DWave Quantum Computer video. Keep up the great work and do more field trips! LHC in the future?

  • falconflylow
    falconflylow 2 months ago

    this is the worst case of destroying billions of dollars on unimaginable things whose importance is like how often my goldfish farts in a century. Only to build all that. And they improving it all over time. And all paychecks for scientists.....some African countries have a smaller budget.....

  • Panduka Rathnaweera
    Panduka Rathnaweera 2 months ago

    And all we asked for was a headphone jack...

  • Dannie J Conde
    Dannie J Conde 2 months ago

    sir linus please spare me a motherboard and a processor please sir :(

  • GoldenFox
    GoldenFox 2 months ago

    Actually linus the ktp laser Crystal's need alot more ir light then they release into green light do to the laws of energy conservation, you need about 100mw of ir light to make 5mw of green light. This is do to them having to dump alot of their energy into the crystal to get it to flores just like a ruby laser. Their super inefficient compaired go the more modern but more exspensive green lasers that dont do any light conversion.

  • Its all Gucci Rahhh
    Its all Gucci Rahhh 2 months ago

    Why tho? Seems a bit pointless.

  • Zeropathic
    Zeropathic 2 months ago

    Holy shit that's cool

  • Ernest Tabao
    Ernest Tabao 2 months ago

    how is this a tech tip?

  • The Wave
    The Wave 2 months ago

    Yeah yeah I know... but does it have RGB?

  • George James
    George James 2 months ago

    3:05 someone seems to be using Debian check out the wallpaper. I love linux

  • jimbobbyrnes
    jimbobbyrnes 2 months ago

    im imagining a bunch of people in white coats tip toeing around the lab to avoid vibration

  • SilverRain21
    SilverRain21 3 months ago

    But can it play games? :)

  • illGottenGains
    illGottenGains 3 months ago

    Gravity waves. The bane of my life

  • Muuhnkin
    Muuhnkin 3 months ago

    Glad you didn't let Linus near that thing, he probably would have dropped something really, really expensive that would throw the scientists back by 10 years xD

  • [Blank Space]
    [Blank Space] 3 months ago

    holly shit this is confusing

  • POPCORN454545
    POPCORN454545 3 months ago

    This is simply the greatest production I’ve ever seen from you Linus. Keep making cool shit like this, amongst your regular content.

  • neotenken
    neotenken 3 months ago +2

    They used all this tech and came up with the number 42

  • Richardz
    Richardz 3 months ago

    Sometimes you can't help thinking the money to make all that could have been better spent.

  • awlabrador
    awlabrador 3 months ago

    Puts even the most expensive gaming "rig" into perspective.

    Thanks for this video. A very approachable description of LIGO.

  • Robert Rush
    Robert Rush 3 months ago

    Phenom.

  • Jordan Ishibashi
    Jordan Ishibashi 3 months ago

    Who are the 1.5K back savages that disliked this video?

  • [GD] NIBBLESZ
    [GD] NIBBLESZ 3 months ago

    saw a G710+

  • ofbarea
    ofbarea 3 months ago

    Great Summary. Thanks

  • Just Joshin'
    Just Joshin' 3 months ago

    Love the flerf jab at the end of the video

  • ChaseTheVase
    ChaseTheVase 3 months ago

    oh wow i live there

  • Mohamed Abdinur
    Mohamed Abdinur 3 months ago

    You should do a video on the CHIME team up in your neck of the woods in BC. They are doing radio astronomy using VLBI and large first of a kind static radio telescope. The amount of data crunching is like the worlds entire mobile data per day or some rediculously high figure like that. They use a combination of FPGA's, GPU's and CPU's to process that data in real-time on the premises. They recently found the second repeating fast radio bursts of it's kind which is quite astounding.

  • Kirby master
    Kirby master 3 months ago

    THE $H!T

  • Marvin Abarquez
    Marvin Abarquez 3 months ago

    Scishow linus

  • famixrap
    famixrap 3 months ago

    Finally a PC to run a PS3 emulator with decent frame rates

  • ZWheel 1
    ZWheel 1 3 months ago

    In case anyone was wondering, Louisiana State University is the organization that runs the Livingston LIGO location.

  • Kyle Gallagher
    Kyle Gallagher 4 months ago

    if earth sins thousand miles an hour how the cancel that

  • Chris James
    Chris James 4 months ago

    They do not just know that it is a GW by having two detectors, they (or more accurately a collaboration of universities all over the world, including mine) model what a GW would look like using "Numerical Relativity" modelling techniques, so they can better sift through the shit that comes through the detectors, only then do they check with the other site(s) to see if they got the the same.

  • Gta cleo
    Gta cleo 4 months ago

    Gravitational waves? Ahaha its Fake. Gravity dose not exit and with all this Superb tech indoctrination to make you beLIEve in outer space! Research Flat Earth, Canada.

  • JustAnyone
    JustAnyone 4 months ago

    But can it run chrysis on max settings?

  • RamenMan
    RamenMan 4 months ago

    0:13 Why is that banana sooo shiny???

  • MakeOutHill
    MakeOutHill 4 months ago +1

    RTX: ON

  • Atoool K
    Atoool K 4 months ago

    Wow my head hurts

  • Ramon Sauls
    Ramon Sauls 4 months ago

    6000 wow i can't wait till they get over 9000

  • Alex Hurt
    Alex Hurt 4 months ago

    I fucking love science! Please more videos like this. Love the scientific computing stuff!

  • will2see
    will2see 4 months ago

    very nice video, thank you!

  • Justin Hartman
    Justin Hartman 4 months ago

    Thanks Linus, it's a Canadian TheXvid channel, advertising a Canadian made cell company that isn't available in Canada..

  • pendeyo
    pendeyo 4 months ago

    this is something countries should spent waaaaay more money at

  • SuperKoudel
    SuperKoudel 4 months ago

    GR8!

  • The Automaticist
    The Automaticist 4 months ago

    How to Catch Dialga and Palkia in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl: this video

  • No Name
    No Name 4 months ago

    We know Linus just wants to go there and overclock all those computer cpu cores

  • John Kaplun
    John Kaplun 4 months ago

    Holy shit is right.

  • npcwill
    npcwill 4 months ago

    before bitcoin mining how many remember nividia used to offer tools to lend hardware for research to colleges and so fourth?
    One day we will return to 2008 and realize we had the tools to move forward all along

  • Xprsniper Xprsniper
    Xprsniper Xprsniper 4 months ago

    Try running minecraft on this

  • Adam Rothstein
    Adam Rothstein 4 months ago

    If only we had this level of error reduction techniques in the modern physics lab I took in college...

  • Nunya Business
    Nunya Business 4 months ago

    I wonder if they are getting paid at all since the government is shut down

  • Nunya Business
    Nunya Business 4 months ago

    They have the word loblolly on their homepage

  • Nunya Business
    Nunya Business 4 months ago

    I fucking lost my mind at 8:08
    I love these people

  • Nunya Business
    Nunya Business 4 months ago

    Of course scientists use Firefox

  • Nunya Business
    Nunya Business 4 months ago

    How could anybody dislike this?

  • Nunya Business
    Nunya Business 4 months ago

    What CPU cores were actually meant to be used for

  • Helix
    Helix 4 months ago

    I loved watching this lmao.

  • Hong Kong Tony
    Hong Kong Tony 4 months ago

    Oh so they are not going to neglect the 22 microsecond transmission time delay but i have to neglect the fact that water inside a container is decreasing when a hole is made


    Like if you get it.

  • Hong Kong Tony
    Hong Kong Tony 4 months ago +1

    Why do people have to say that energy is conserved even when not asked. Is there someone watching everything who is desperate to prove that conservation of energy is not real.

    • Aitor Rosell
      Aitor Rosell 3 months ago

      yes, because if one scientist prove that, is instant novel.

  • romio lover
    romio lover 4 months ago

    but does it run crysis ???!!!

  • Poti 225
    Poti 225 4 months ago

    The Ting go bling bling bling

  • Dan Nobles
    Dan Nobles 4 months ago

    Hi Linus! As a longtime fan, I love the builds and reviews too, but I must admit the heavy science stuff like this is a personal fave. Thanks for the great content!

  • CARLOS Martinez
    CARLOS Martinez 4 months ago

    holy shit this made me feel stupid.

  • No Name
    No Name 4 months ago

    This is great, this is basicly a sensor for our space glasses. Great shit. This can be rly helpful with lots of shits, and save a lots of time

  • Some1The4Got10
    Some1The4Got10 4 months ago

    Mmm, yes, very interesting, I understand nothing.

  • Norman Wolfe
    Norman Wolfe 4 months ago

    so this explanation of how gravitational waves were detected is possibly the best, most simple explanation i've ever seen. great job!

  • Zagrusz Ventus
    Zagrusz Ventus 4 months ago

    3:40 debian probably sience linux