Linus Tech builds computer that supports seven players simultaneously




Linus Sebastian, known for Linus Tech Tips website and YouTube channel of the same name, has a computer built that is capable of seven game systems to run simultaneously from a single enclosure.

To accomplish this makes the PC use include two Intel Xeon processors E5-2697 v3 and seven R9 Nano AMD Radeon graphics cards. In total, the device costs about $ 30,000 to build, converted approximately 27 500 euro.

In order for each of the seven virtual machines to provide the optimum experience, each system has its own SSD of one terabyte. Also, the entire system has eight times 32GB DDR4 RAM and everything comes together on the motherboard, an Asus Z10PE-D8 WS. The entire system features water cooling and fellow Linus Tech has chosen to do so for a Case Labs Mercury S8 housing.

In the video which is displayed within is placed on the own YouTube channel how the system continues to work. The whole is controlled based on unRAID Server Pro software and is working with a number of BIOS tweaks where Linus Tech no further starts. The end result is a computer that has seven separate players can play simultaneously. The machine can be admired at Kingston at CES 2016.


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