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If you’ve wondered what we do with all our extra hardware, this is it! We bring it to be refurbished into new computers, classrooms, and more. Special CHARITY AUCTION link below.
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SPECIAL CHARITY AUCTION: 100% of the sale funds Kramden Institute’s technology education programs, distribution of computers for those who cannot afford them, e-waste recycling, and refurbishing. You can own an important piece of GN’s history from one of our most popular videos of 2021, where a Gigabyte PSU exploded during our speedrun trials of the power supplies. The PSU is NO LONGER FUNCTIONAL and is inactive, but has since been signed by both Steve & Stone to commemorate the occasion. Grab this unique flare and support Kramden here: (NOTE: Due to eBay non-profit/charity auction limitations, the auction is limited to the US. This is not up to us nor is it up to Kramden. Sorry for the inconvenience.).

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TIMESTAMPS

00:00 – What We Do With Review Hardware
03:53 – Charity Auction for Technology Education!
04:39 – Motherboards, PSUs, & Cooler Donations to Kramden
05:58 – Cases Going for Refurbishment & Building Classes
06:50 – Road Trip to Kramden Institute
07:17 – PC Building Classes, Refurb Camps, & More
09:00 – Massive Exploded Radiator, Enermax Radiators
10:47 – Cases Used in PC Build Camp & Surplus Sales
12:24 – Linux On Everything
13:30 – Warehouse Tour & Walkthrough
19:56 – Monitor Stockpile & Refurbishing
21:33 – Kramden’s Garage Sales

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  1. Visit the Kramden Insitute's website here (and check out their next date for a garage sale!): https://kramden.org/
    SPECIAL CHARITY AUCTION: 100% of the sale funds Kramden Institute's technology education programs, distribution of computers for those who cannot afford them, e-waste recycling, and refurbishing. You can own an important piece of GN's history from one of our most popular videos of 2021, where a Gigabyte PSU exploded during our speedrun trials of the power supplies. The PSU is NO LONGER FUNCTIONAL and is inactive, but has since been signed by both Steve & Stone to commemorate the occasion. Grab this unique flare and support Kramden here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/324958862408 (NOTE: Due to eBay non-profit/charity auction limitations, the auction is limited to the US. This is not up to us nor is it up to Kramden. Sorry for the inconvenience.).
    Or support GN & get something in return!
    Grab our BRAND NEW Red & Black 'HUD' Mouse Mat here: https://store.gamersnexus.net/products/gn-red-black-hud-mouse-mat
    Or our restocked Volt Large Modmats: https://store.gamersnexus.net/products/modmat-volt-large

  2. I had never heard of Endless OS before – absolutely fantastic solution for anyone with limited or no internet access. GN and Kramden seem to be a natural match – thanks for the amazing video and insight in PC recycling. Happy Christmas!

  3. Sounds like a great cause. Also, Durham North Carolina, was the home of the 'Dave's Lounge' podcast, which helped keep me sane during my studies.

  4. I'd rather see you donate cases and other items to help out those who could direct benefit from the accumulated stuff you can part with. Better than ending up collecting dust, going to a land fill or etc.

  5. I love the shift in tone with some of these recent videos, some lighter and more fun vlog style videos. A good balance for the usual straight and no nonsense reviews that drew me in. Also, I’m really tempted to buy that pre-detonated power supply to put on my shelf with other collectibles and autographed items lol. If I ever start making serious videos I think I’d include it in some way lol.

  6. on one hand i like the donation part. but on the other. what a petty a hole you had to be with the gigbyte psu thing… one of the 2 done voted videos of yours.

  7. That looks like our tech cage at work. We swap in SSDs to desktops when they get slow so they get another lease on life, everything else gets recycled if we can't use it.

  8. The kind of work that the Kramden Institute does saved my life. When I recieved my first computer for free through a similar program it opened my 10 year old mind to technology. It took me to college and got me my career. Thank you for all your work!

  9. Its a shame they get rid of old i5 systems, they still work fine… I mean even the core 2 duos are OK for web browsing, youtube, stuff like that, which I think for where these PCs will be donated to, they would work just fine. I feel that is a better way to re-purpose them rather than just recycling the metal.

    Hell, my main laptop is a core 2 duo t8400, with 4 gigs of DDR2, 120GB SSD and a 1TB HDD. Runs Windows 10 fine, I can watch 1080p youtube, 1080p h265/VP9/AV1 videos work, and can stream games at either 720p60 or 1080p30 from my much more powerful PC via Moonlight. Just my opinion though, otherwise I love what Kramden does :). I also volunteer for a charity that does similar work (although its on a much smaller scale). A lot of machines get donated but we also sell a lot of them for lower than market price.

  10. what a great thing to do.Not only did you provide thousands of dollars worth of usable pc hardware,you also handed over a 2k cheque.
    refreshing to see people who are not all about the money for once,as you could easily have made a very tidy sum if you sold all these items on.
    good work chaps.

  11. It's so cool how Tech YouTubers are infecting each other with love and generosity. First we saw JayzTwoCents project for his local school and now Steve! I hope more Tech YouTubers jump aboard!

  12. 3:00 so what i heard is mediocre cases are worse for marketing than horrible cases
    Msi and Nzxt: "write that down, write that down"

    The kramden institute seems like a cool place to work at, wish the culture around technology would be as developed in eastern Europe.

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