The Rarest Computer in my Collection

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Anesu C : Ok this is actually pretty cool! And I have the same problem with commenting my code as well! I have been trying to get out of that habit but like a few hours later I end up not bothering and telling myself "I will comment it later" and never do haha

RadioactiveMoth : Oh cool, I have one of those. It's a fun computer.

InsaneFire10YT : my rarest computer is my virtual box

Daniel Yahalom : Smart enough to build a custom computer when they're 15..... Not smart enough to give variables normal names. *you were so close to greatness*

andrew kohn : When I was a freshman in high school the most I accomplished was eating the cheese someone held out a car window.

Grilled Cheese Sandwich : _Freshman year of high school?!_ Man, you must have learned early, I'm still trying to figure out what I'm good at and I'm in college.

64 bit : Propintosh 2 release date ???

CEKROM : I like the little treasures of the past! Thanks! =D

Artery_Wolf_0505 w : Clever clever title... ( ͡~ ͜ʖ ͡°) Still cool tho so i'm not mad

betarage : Cool but does it run.... Donkey kong

avfusion : I remember doing something almost exactly like this. At the time, DRAM was dropping in price in the sub MB varieties, so I ended up buying some 3.3v memory, dedicating one of the cogs to being the memory arbiter and then with a combination of dropping down to PropASM and learning how to use 74x logic to keep the memory refreshed while the cogs were rotating, I learned SO MUCH about how computers dealt with memory and how it was mapped. However, I am super jealous of your 15 year old harware skills. I didn't really get started until I was 25, but seeing what you did with that is mega impressive :D

Wooksley : 0:21 portal fan confirmed

TheToaMaster : Ladies and gentlemen, the New Steve Jobs

Andrive : but why didn't you add a speaker? or a color display? _just asking_

Vikrinox : The Wait was worth it. Edit: Wait this is the same machine the message video used.......

Lefteris Stylianou : But can it create a GUI interface in visual basic to track an IP address?

clark goober grand wizard of peace and love : can it play csgo

Dubb : "Another fine addition to my collection!" -General Grievous

QVear : How about using several propellers (think multi-core/multiprocessor architecture) in the Propintosh 2 (if you decide to make one)?

Lawrence Lentini : I would love to see a video on how to make something like this. It's admittedly not very useful as a computer, but it's an amazing learning tool.

raydoesnilusin : How did you capture the screen? It looks awesome!

Lucas Jeremiah : Have you heard of TempleOS? You should do a video on it... And find out if it's usable lol it has an interesting back story too

I Cant Think Of A Name : happy green drink day

Syphist Prime : Honestly, I think it's really cool you turned a limited microcontroller into a computer. I always love seeing tech stretched to its limits and taken outside the bounds of its intended purpose.

Ábel Lowescher : Can you do a tutorial to show how did you made it?

MarkusTegelane : Moral of the story: Comment your freaking code

devjock : External SRAM chips on an I2C bus, with a dedicated core to handle memory management would sort out your space issues quite effectively. Possibly add a bit of "slow memory" on top of that in the form of an old MMC card (easy to handle in terms of I/O, as well as nice small code size for access and read/write ops). Other than that, great little puter dude, well done! You nailed the aesthetic! Subbed!

The Gag Show : Technically a custom built PC is the rarest PC in a collection, since it's custom. But the propintosh is the rarest since it's made from non-standard parts.

Shrugz 9 : I don't care how long your videos take to come out. The wait is always worth it. Good job 😁

Filip's World : Do you make firmware or os for with macnihe?

A'Nominal Will : This reminds me of coding in TI-Basic on my TI-83+ in high school. I loved making text based RPGs, and at the time, I learned the coding language pretty thoroughly.

Diggnuts : I'd say that sane variable and function names are far more important than comments. Comments can clutter the code if used to much. If the code isn't obvious, which it should be, a comment might be useful, but otherwise a short introduction at the beginning of a file or function is plenty.

You're Perfect Studio : "easily accessible USB port"

TopHat Sam : Oh Dang it I fell for clickbait but tell me, will you make a more "updated" version in the future?

Pug0nick Tec and More : You Should add on to it

TEDX700 : the real question is can it play minecraft

BootlegScarce : my rarest computer is my gaming pc because i built it

Jajan313 : Propintosh !

Handsome_ Squidward12 : My rarest computer is my apple one computer

superstar64 : My rarest computer is now the Macintosh Centris 660av (I’m not kidding, I actually own one.)

Ryan McGuire : honestly really impressive. reminds me of how in freshman year of high school I made a computer in minecraft.

Sean Walla Walla : Do you ever plan on selling these? It could be a cool retro item but not the best computer :/

AIO inc. : Start selling it and I'll buy a few.

Ben-kitty Jones: : This is kinda cool. I would like to go and then build my own computer. I like your channel, too! See you!

Matthew Cabor : That is awesome! I subscribed.

Hunter deja : Dude, you built and programed your own computer from the ground up, and with some components that were never intended for that purpose. You are a god!

LakiYT : 2:25 whats the small chip on the left?

Kevin Vandermer : /* Impressive...most impressive */

DiverGaming : 159th!

Anthony Addison : Wow you have a pretty good taste and quality computers, my friend. You did a nice job on creating that custom computer.