BIZARRE Intel Core i7 from CHINA for $100!!

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ZachAtk1 : 4:48 What's even lesser fine is that Linus measures voltage with degrees.

fast AiR : Most channels - Pretend they record in a studio Tech Tips - Pretend they record in a house

gorudonu : They really question is... what was Intel doing for all these years with CPUs since performance is not that big for 4 generations..

Willy's Toys : It's a spying device, be careful!😂

假装捡垃圾的图钉 : This CPU can be overclocked. It is said that it can generally exceed 4.4 ghz. Some people even overclocked it to 4.85 GHz in the forum.

evandarkfire : Man, what CANT the Chinese do...

Flaming Gorilla : Whoever finds this shit for u guys......keep em round lol

Sheen Valentine Li : "Weird random chinese site"... is actually bigger than Amazon

Advent Seph : The red line under the thumbnail means i've already seen this, and yet the title had me super concerned that this was something new. Too click-baity, man...

杨俊秋 : how dose Chinese poor guy build a GAMING computer CPU :i7 4720HQ 100$ Mother Board : H81 15$ RAM: 4g*4 15$*4 =60$ GPU :gtx1060 3G which mined eth for 6 month 120$ Power supply, Cooler and Case: 10$ Mouse and keyboard: 5$ Moniter :TV free Cables :2$ Account :312$ Shipping: almost everything in china is free for shipping. WARNING :GPU WILL BOOM!! ANY TIME XD.

LyricWulf : 4:47 "Voltage: 0 degrees." Same, Linus... Same.

pauljohn0001 : Guys all your gadgets are made in china so of course they can make a cheaper version of the brand name ones we buy.

Dabschtepony : Linus should do a full Frankenstein build! Like if you agree

Brian Cox : "Because even gamers occasionally do something else, on their computers"... Yes, but pr0n doesn't stress the CPU...

Dave Harrenburg : 5:12 That face just killed me

FireDash : You should make a super cheap PC made with all chinese sketchy hardware! You've already showed waterblocks and GPU's, now with this CPU you are already close.

Zachy Growtopia : 7:26 lol this guy thought hes gonna be edited as thug life LOL

Similak Child : More like Exynos i7.

Keddiels : 2:43 Was that a roller coaster tycoon sound effect?

Micheal White : canadian...rubles?

DeSinc : god that auto focus is annoying, what's changed? every single time now when you point the camera to show us something, it's blurry for half the time before we can actually read it's so frustrating

A Brackers : So both of these are terrible value compared to the 150/160$ ryzen 5 2600

David Evans : Must be from their dual use military facility. That CPU is probably used in their mortar fire and control embedded system.

mrfresh : I bought уеsterdаy іn a verу gоod prісe hеrе: *vdіgіtаl. іnfo*

THX 1138 : The CPUs may have always had the heat spreaders. My guess is they were used in some sort of energy efficient workstations, something industrial, maybe point of sale and the Chinese company just salvaged and resold them.

Anthony Himself : Omg are you wearing a Apple Watch. Blink twice of Apple is holding you hostage.

Sebastian : Napoleon Bonaparte — 'China is a sleeping giant. Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will shake the world.' Im sure you wont make that happen because it will definitely destroy you

Guga Caldeira : Ohhh those Chinese will conquer the world....

R.a. Wheeler : My i7 4790 still creams this, if by a half inch. But I am impressed. Especially with this hack and the price. My question remains how well does it perform in business class applications that are CPU bound. I would stress this out with a PS filter test or Winstone. Throw a 1070 in it for good cause and I could almost bet cash it would still be impressive. The best part of all this, power savings. People who are on a budget could benefit from not just the low price/cpu power, but the power usage is lower thus cheaper power supplies and electric bills. But this is clearly an awesome mod. Years ago I did something like this with the P4. The mobile versions of the p4 were higher binned and of course consumed less power while costing pennies on the used market. This in turn also made a decent case for overclocking and that I did. I pin moded a p4 1.8 533 fsb to 800. It forced that cpu to run at like a 2.5, it ran fairly cool too. Well, for a P4.

Vivek Arya : That's price is awesome in China

Rea My Comment Then Sub To Me : Scrapyard wars Chinese market edition. Pls make it happen!

The Last and One : The question is - how long will it work ;)

Mineav : If you live in China and have the right mobo, it's probably worth it. Otherwise, seems not. But pretty interesting, either way.

FWshow : Pa Pa pawoo that was funny lol

Peter Qin : The CPU probably came from used laptops.

Siggy145 : "Voltage, 0 degrees"...Linus Sebastian: not physicist... (@4:45)

jesus cristo : "JerryRiged"

Scorpion McKillin'It : Wonder how many people (PC Nazi's) had an issue with him trying to imitate a Chinese person... This video is not what I was hoping for...Ebay sells a bunch of chips from Chinese that are Engineering Prototype (?)...curios about those.

Cris Orlando : Is it possible to buy this over ebay or aliexpress ?

Mordecai Walfish : Big mistake only comparing frametime averages on a desktop vs laptop cpu. Seeing minimum frame rate/frametime data would be most helpful in this comparison, as that is likely where the most dramatic difference is.

Twitch Ru : 5:11 nice editing Brad 2

Crazycatman : "We are going to check the good's" To make sure it isn't laced!

SpectreKid Gaming : Personally from China, TaoBao is not random. It is actually a very popular alternative to eBay, back in the day. However, now that there are some scammers and possibly some bad deals on this site, it’s not as good as t once was.

The noob : My processor clocks at 3.2 Ghz, Isn't it worth buying if it beats my current processor?

Arn : is that a mouse from 2006?

Aurimas Knieža : Canadian roubles XD

Ron Winter : As a low level amateur nerd, I can only take so much. I reached my limit at 5:07. Thanks for trying to educate me.

blue sky : I'm very interesting if LTT can test P106 graphic card from Taobao, this P106 is equal to 1060, but it's very cheap, just only $60.

Tian kay : Yadda Yadda "unpredictable behaviour". With a modded UEFI, Coffee lake 8000 is fully working all features enabled on 100 and 200 series motherboards with no quirks whatsoever. CFL quads drop in like any other stock CPU, and were like this as soon as the PCIe bug was fixed, hexacores need a bridged pin and some more pins isolated on some motherboards. Thats all. There is now even a tool available to autopatch your UEFI flash file for those who dont feel confident modding it themselfes. And there is also now a confirmed 9900k 8-core running on a Z170, so it can be assumed that the complete 9000 series also will be compatible. So much for intels "Bringing Coffee Lake with the old pinout would have been impossible" excuse back then...

Brenden Pragasam : Plz someone repost this on Amazon with prime shipping...