Join The Full Nerd gang as they talk about the latest PC hardware topics. In today's show we discuss whether or not APUs will stay relevant after the GPU/mining crisis, the new rumors around Nvidia's next graphics cards, some Spectre and Meltown updates, and of course your questions!
Today's show is all about the GPU crisis! We go over the story so far, the best gaming PCs to buy right now, and what people are doing to try and fix it. Are consoles really the answer for us gamers? Stay tuned to find out!
Today's show is all about CES 2018 news including: the unholy matrimony of Intel and AMD in Kaby Lake G, the dump truck of AMD announcements like Threadripper 2, Nvidia's gaming focused BFGD, and our staffs top CES picks!
We made some bold predictions for how 2017 would turn out for the PC and here's just how wrong and how right we were. And to show we haven't learned anything, we predict exactly what will happen in 2018 because we have detailed files.
It's the end of the year, so it's time for The Full Nerd Awards! In this episode Gordon, Brad, Adam, and special guest Alaina debate our picks for the best PC hardware of 2017. The topics include best CPU, GPU, laptops, and much much more.
Join The Full Nerd gang as they talk about the latest PC hardware topics! Today we cover Intel and AMD joining forces in one chip, Raja Koduri leaving AMD to join Intel and make discrete graphics cards, and we dive deep into your burning questions!
Join the Full Nerd gang as they tell you about Nvidia's Vega killer, and get all hot about the Xbox One X vs. PC. Gordon then details Intel's 8th gen laptop CPU and Ryzen 7 mobile. Intel's enthusiast Optane drive finally drops.
Join the Full Nerd Gang as they talk about the CPU Intel hopes can stem the horde of AMD Ryzen chips: its first mainstream 6-core CPU called Coffee Lake. Hayden Dingman than catches us up on the coming deluge of fall PC Games.
Join The Full Nerd gang as they talk about the latest PC hardware topics! It's an all Intel show today with the review of Core i9 7980X 18-core processor, a live head to head 16-core Core i9 vs 16-core Ryzen Threadripper benchmarking showdown, and coverage of all the Coffee Lake news.
Join The Full Nerd gang as they talk about the latest PC hardware topics! This week we go over a couple of the biggest stories on PCWorld right now including an article written by our own Brad Chacos about the state of 4k gaming. After that we cover Intel's crazy 4 player VR PC that they brought by to let us play Star Trek: Bridge Crew on. And then we wrap up with some talk about upcoming builds and you're burning questions!
Gordon, Dan, Alaina and Brad tell you if Vega was a miss or hit and then try to unspool Intel's new "8th gen" CPUs. And oh yeah, ultrabooks will soon get quad-cores. Finally, the crew talks about the planned 1920x1080 live build.
PCWorld's Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Adam Patrick Murray, and special guest Alaina Yee go over all the charts and graphs from AMD's Ryzen Threadripper review. After that they detail the full list of Intel's Core i9 chips and finish up covering the 8th Gen Great American Eclipse party! For audio listeners, don't forget you can tune in live on PCWorld's YouTube or Facebook in order to chat along with us.
Gordon, Brad, and Adam are joined once again by special guest Alaina Yee to go over some of the hottest news stories of the week. Including Gordon's Skylake X review, a brand new 32 bit Sound Blaster, and Alaina's Xbox One X PC build.
Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Adam Patrick Murray, and special guest Alaina Yee cover all the hot news out of Computex and more! Don't bother watching Apple's 2017 WWDC keynote, your real PC talk is here.
PCWorld's Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Adam Patrick Murray, and special guest Alaina Yee get together to talk about the weeks big PC hardware announcements. Topics include AMD's Radeon Vega, Threadripper - the 16-core CPU, and the rumors of Intel's Core i9 aka Skylake X. We finish it off with a bunch of audience questions!
This week Gordon, Adam, Alaina, and Brad give you the details on AMD's new Radeon 500 (aka Refreshion) as well as how much Ryzen 5 stomps Core i5. Finally Brad busts out the gourmet stuff with EVGA's wicked GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, finishing off with a really old Q&A segment.