This video shows how to combine two PCs into one using Cooler Master's nr200p chassis. The video also raises questions about how the PCs are turned on and how to install an AMD CPU.
00:00:00 In this video, two PCs are combined into one using Cooler Master's nr200p chassis. This is done by removing three rivets and by mounting the motherboard, power supply, storage, and GPU in a similar fashion. Finally, the two L-shaped pieces are attached and the PCs are ready to be used.
Questions that are raised in this video include how the PCs are turned on and how to install an AMD CPU. However, the main takeaway is that these systems need to be similarly powerful in order to work together.
00:05:00 In this video, two PCs are shown. The first PC has a motherboard and power supply in it, but the RAM and GPUs are not yet installed. The second PC has all of the components installed, and Brandon shows how to install the RAM and GPUs. The two PCs are then compared, with the second PC outperforming the first in terms of performance.
00:10:00 Two PCs are created, with one half of a case used. One tricky part is that because there is no longer any room for the fan grills, they need to be positioned facing outward. The build is completed with a BIOS update and Halo Infinite playing.
00:15:00 In this video, the narrator demonstrates the beta version of his new game, which is surprisingly similar to a typical gaming system. He then explains that he accidentally ended up with the beta system, and that everyone needs to save space that badly. The narrator also talks about the Cloud World event happening in Las Vegas from October 17th to the 20th, and about some of the features that will be available at the event.