Overclocking has been around for a long time starting with some of the oldest processors and crafty engineers who would tinker with jumper settings. Since then Overclocking has become more refined and divided up into distinctly different styles.
In this episode Dennis and Darren finally attend PAX West and are once again confronted with the trials and tribulations of the trade show life learning about how to get the most from PAX. Bottom line the show was great but could be better after using learning these secret tips.
Hardware Asylum Podcast - In this episode we take an indepth look at the new RTX 2080 Super. This is the new high-end RTX replacing the 2080 and while faster than a Titan Xp, is still slower than the Ti. Btw. where is the Ti. oh ya its... Super.
In this episode the Core X31 mod is going under the knife due to a rather unique hardware failure that eventually cascaded into a new motherboard, second video card and whole new water loop. Everything was going well until our ebay GTX 1070 Seahawk started leaking.
We are still celebrating our 100th episode and in this Podcast Extra we are talking about Borderlands 3 and if it is worth pre-ordering the game and if so how much will you spend. Later we talk about casemodding and what is the distinction between a computer build and a computer mod. The results may surprise you.
In this episode we are celebrating our 100th episode and discussing some highlights from Computex 2019 including Silverstone, In Win, Gigabyte, MSI and Biostar. Yep Dennis actually visited with Biostar and they had something good to show.
In this episode we are celebrating our 100th episode and discussing some highlights from Computex 2019 including the 3rd generation AMD Ryzen launch and products from ASUS, EVGA, Phanteks, EK and Corsair.
In this episode we take a look at overclocking ROI between 8000 and 9000 series Coffee Lake CPUs and if getting the latest processor really is the best if you plan to overclock. Later the duo explore some of the fastest memory modules money can buy from HyperX.
In this episode the duo talk about the games they have been playing including Battlefield 5 Firestorm, the new BattleRoyale addon to the open world shooter FarCry 5 and then speculate about Borderlands 3 and how good, or bad, it might be.
This episode is filled with a trifecta of really good information starting with some HWBOT SLI records using the GTX 780 Ti followed by the attractive and easy to use RGB lighting system from Silverstone that does more than just RGB and finally some speculation talk about RayTracing on 10-series NVIDIA GPUs
In this episode we talk about the super busy month of March where our time was split between the Boise LAN 9.0 and Hackfort. These are local tech events in Boise Idaho that Hardware Asylum has participated in and put on a really cool LN2 overclocking demonstration.
In this episode the duo go into depth on what makes a great gaming PC that is not only budget friendly but offers excellent value and will last for a very long time. Of course gaming means different things to different people and it is important to know and recognize the differences.
In this episode Dennis talks about his recent watercooling “opps” which turns into an informative session on building your own water loop, picking parts and if custom watercooling is worth it from performance and cost.
In this episode we talk about something Dennis calls the CES Sideshow and how we may attend CES but may never really see it. Later we look at one of the exciting new high-end motherboards from Aorus called the Z390 Extreme Waterforce with a full coverage waterblock.
While other sites might be starting their year in reviews we have decided to look to the future and what CES 2019 might hold. Of course, there will likely be new motherboards, new AIOs and maybe even a few NVIDIA RTX video cards but that is easy to predict. For this episode we are reaching deep and looking at what could happen.
In this podcast we are once again talking 20-Series and RTX starting with the RTX 2080 AMP Extreme from ZOTAC followed by some NVIDIA (NVDA) gaming history and some looks into the future where there isn’t an excess of overpriced 10-Series and missed sales figures.