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The WEIRDEST Video Card We’ve EVER Seen..

Jun 10, 2021
Have you looked at the back of a graphics

card

lately? The outputs are all more or less the same. You have your screen port. You have your HDMI. In some cases you'll still find a DVI hanging around and then nvidia in particular has this little VR link. connector a usb type c that they use for vr which is great and almost the same no dvi or vr link no big deal well that's boring what if there was something totally different? Well, this is a graphics

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from a company. I had n

ever

heard it called edvoli before and atvoli ta6 is a

video

card like no other it has its pci express 16x it has its power connector it has its boom six ethernet connectors the madrina coffee mixes cold brewed specialty coffees in 15 takeout cans ounces for your convenience, check them out and use the offer code linus to save 40 at the link below so this can support six displays running at 4k 30 hertz at the same time, how the hell are they doing this?
the weirdest video card we ve ever seen
Antonio, I'm sure you did the preparation for this. Is it Anthony, friends? So this is a strange card as this entire part of the PCB seems to be dedicated to these HD Base T certified outputs and we'll get into that in a little more detail later here, we have a couple of three millimeter connectors and medium, what are they for? They are for infrared pass-through, so you can have infrared input and output, as well as our RS232 serial. Oh, interesting, so you can use a remote control and pass it. Actually, it's I got ir blasters here, cool, right now, the graphics card itself is actually not here or at least not integrated into this breakout board, so mxm is a computer graphics card form factor laptop that is usually used in gaming laptops, but then they disappeared and I put this Radeon card in it that I had n

ever

heard of before, like I assumed it was going to be an RX, something like that, but instead it is what it was, it's actually an integrated Radeon e9550, so so far this has raised more questions than it's answered, as I understand it, this is running out of stock right now, that's right, oh yeah, it absolutely has two of these.
the weirdest video card we ve ever seen

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the weirdest video card we ve ever seen...

Do you want to show me how this cable run works, so it's just this one Ethernet? cable that comes from the card from there we're going to connect HDMI directly to this monitor, okay, and then you should be able to tell some difference using this, not really, so Anthony, how much delay is there if I just pop? Take this Ethernet cable out and then put it back in in about two and a half seconds, so it's about the same as an HDMI would be, so the six-pin adapter that goes in takes care of the power not only for the GPU but also for the power that needs to be sent to these adapters that take that hd base t signal and convert it into something a display can understand.
the weirdest video card we ve ever seen
You can now establish a 10 gigabit Ethernet network up to a hundred meters away if you have sufficient quality cabling. and hdbaset can actually do the same, so he volleyed us over 600 meters which has to be the rudest thing. What is this like cat seven like protected cat seven or something? Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's cat seven, I mean, look. On these connectors at the end, they are unreal, this is solid core wiring, nice and I guess it's shielded in case some idiot drops the spool on it, it's actually kind of funny when you look at the manual, it says read the Complete installation guide before.
the weirdest video card we ve ever seen
At first it can be found at bully.com ta-6 performance why you will make mistakes and you need to read the warnings and safety related items, that's literally what is written here so the first thing I need to do is connect them all at the rear. of the right gpu, I mean, sure, if you want, uh, uh, uh, okay, so now the plan is for me to drag, I don't know, 80 pounds of copper as far as you can reach and then we can plug in a monitor and see how It's visible, but I won't be able to see it from there because I need an exit here, don't mind me, I'm just connecting my monitor, gentlemen, no, I'm fine, where are you going outside?
I know when we said this channel was about to get heavy. This is exactly what we had in mind. A lot of copper. I don't have it. I'm around. May I smell it. You did it. Oh, oh man, we're close. two power cords outside, yeah, and we should have five in here and do we have a remote control for this? Oh man it's getting dark, this is really annoying, all we had to do was not take that indirect route through the editing room and we'd be in. right now we're doing this, hey, at least we planned it smartly ahead and we're going to use LG's quad input monitor, that's been useful for so many projects like this, we think we need to output to a bunch of screens, but in We don't really want to carry a bunch of monitors, let's start with two, so this is the one that should mirror the output from Anthony's computer inside.
Okay, I'll check it again. Well, Antonio, I have a way out in everyone. Of them uh no, I only have one connected so far but it's the cloned one okay great, it's not bad at all would you mind lowering the volume a little? I can't hear myself like this looks really good, damn it's okay. go get the other screen here we go and there's crazy city hey anthony is it possible to put

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s on all of them yeah ok go on go go go go go go go now maximize the first one you want. to come see it, you read my mind, that's really cool, yeah, this looks really cool, yeah, and it's over 100 meters, it's actually 100 meters plus like six or 10 feet for each of these cables and apparently they have some improvements to the pipeline, so right now these are using, what was it?
They call it power over cable, power over cable, but poe is more of a similar industry standard that would allow for better interoperability with other equipment and they are going to have a poe version on the way. The line, in terms of how it works, basically, unlike most consumer home streaming solutions where you can view over Ethernet that we've explored in the past, uses a 10 gig link in instead of a one gigabit link. and the thing is, even with Steam and Home Streaming you can absolutely run it through a 10 gigabit switch with a 10 gigabit network card, but because of the way it's designed it won't use all that extra bandwidth you have available. this is what you said Anthony 8. something like that depending on the exact resolution 4k 30 or 4k 60 at 420.
Although you don't have as much bandwidth as hdmi, as long as you limit some of your settings, be it the resolution be it a frequency of upgrade or a bit of depth, you can get something that, to my knowledge, is not noticeably compressed over an Ethernet cable. It's pretty sick. What can I say about oneplus 6t Oxygen OS? It's incredible, it has a fingerprint reader under the screen that responds very well. It has a Snapdragon 845 processor and up to eight gigabytes of RAM with dual rear cameras of 16 plus 20 megapixels. Storage starts at 128 gigabytes for the base model and its 3,700 milliamp hour battery gives you up to a day and a half of full use with built-in fast charging and the best part is that you can win one of two in our giveaway at the link on the free oneplus video description who would say no, I wouldn't, Brandon definitely not, so thanks for watching guys yeah If you didn't like this video, you can press that button, but if you liked it, like, subscribe or such Maybe consider checking out where to buy the things we present in the link in the video description.
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