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LIVE: Terrible PC Build with Parts from Shenzhen, China

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, August 14, 2019
  • We're assembling all the weird parts we bought in Shenzhen, China to create a terrible gaming PC.
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    Hosts: Steve Burke, Patrick Lathan
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  • Gamers Nexus

    Gamers Nexus

     3 months ago +31

    Watch our tour of the Shenzhen marketplace here!

  • OoMetaLHearToO


     8 hours ago

    Lmao... that "modification hole" on the case looks like it's been chewed by a rat!!! :D

  • Paul Hogsten

    Paul Hogsten

     13 hours ago

    Wow, how do you get anything done, do you all work 20 hours a day 7 days a week?

  • andre vautour

    andre vautour

     a months ago

    that hole :||||

  • LaFontaine Man

    LaFontaine Man

     a months ago

    Am I the only one thinking of 2" wood screws for that fan? Looks like the mounting holes on would be a little to the outside of the heat pipes... Great video, wish I'd caught it live.

  • north wiebesick

    north wiebesick

     2 months ago

    You keep specific sizes of twist ties??? I just go to my 1,000 Ft roll and cut off what I need...

  • Space Magic

    Space Magic

     2 months ago

    I think ppl are easily confused because they both spell Kegan and Ryan like 'Patrick'

  • ItalianDragon


     2 months ago

    No joke that case with a bit of modding could be really good :D
    Maybe that could be an update video someday ?

    PS: I like that case a lot too ^^

  • Gerald Tilley

    Gerald Tilley

     2 months ago

    Patrick looks high as fuck

  • tech jedi

    tech jedi

     2 months ago

    no I/O back plate?

  • thiscouldntblowmore


     2 months ago

    Ive had that keyboard like early 2000's. When Athlon 64 was hottest shit.

  • Gotta Tinker33

    Gotta Tinker33

     2 months ago

    I don't feel like either of these guys were taking any of this build seriously. I think I lost a couple of IQ points watching this video today.

  • The Luggage

    The Luggage

     2 months ago

    zip ties beats twist ties.

  • bearded hardware

    bearded hardware

     3 months ago

    Patrick is Awesome!!!! hahahah



     3 months ago

    I’m outing Stephen as a satanic homosexual and Patrick as his power bottom.

  • Peter kabwe

    Peter kabwe

     3 months ago

    Will help a lot I just and I'm in china

  • iCQ_www-SPCL-tk


     3 months ago +1

    ugly cut maybe yeah and sure less strength in the case maybe... but hey... when i need to fit a monster gpu i dont care, it has gotto go in NOW 😁 this part will be covered anyway and u can always cover it and hide it, no problemo, it'll run just fine! 😄 love the show and build, u guys are cool! and a real nice idea! 🙋 Shop for parts in China and build back home, something neat crazy, not really look at price that much... GREAT VIDEO! +1

  • Grinning In Your Face

    Grinning In Your Face

     3 months ago

    Good job girls.

  • dan man

    dan man

     3 months ago

    wtf is that thing

  • Erica O

    Erica O

     3 months ago

    Why do so many of the case designs I see fail so bad on the thermal part? I mean come on if they added holes and provided adequate space then thermals would always be pretty good. There was not enough room for a graphics card without modification? which is just plain laziness from the company. This case is a good concept and looks cool but was made and designed terribly. Fans need holes, so they can push and pull air through them. Providing holes helps new colder outside air to come in the case which improves thermals. If I start selling computer cases, then a lot of these company's would be in trouble, lol.