This episode is a travel recap of a recent trip Dennis took to The City of Industry to visit with some mfg partners. Trips like this are pretty uncommon but when it comes to being a guest on the EVGA Podcast it was an opportunity that could not be passed up.
In this episode the duo goes over some of the new maps being released for Battlefield 1 and talks about a pretty solid indication that a new Battlefield game is in the works. Later they discuss the GTX 1070Ti Amp Extreme from Zotac along with other GPU news.
This is the fourth and final part of the Hardware Asylum CES 2018 coverage. In this episode we talk about “free day” which is basically the last day of the show and devoid of meetings. Some of the highlights include InWin, Sennheiser, Big TVs and some cars.
This is part three of our four part series dedicated to CES 2018. In this episode we talk about our day three meetings which were honestly some of the best of the entire show and include Thermaltake, HyperX, Creative and MSI
This is part two of a four part series dedicated to CES 2018. In this episode we talk about our day two meetings including some highlight with Gigabyte, Enermax, SilverStone, Zotac, RioToro and Alphacool.
This is part one of a four part series dedicated to CES 2018. In this episode we talk about some day zero and day one events including the Intel Keynote, Asus Media day, Phanteks, EVGA, AZIO and the FNATIC House of eSports
In this episode Dennis talks about the unsavory practice of content piracy namely with the Hardware Asylum Podcast. The duo switch gears to discuss the world of external GPUs and follow up with Windows 7 and how the market share finally dipped below 50%.
In this episode we look at the benefits and history of delidding and why a tool like the Rockit 99 is beneficial and switch gears to address some cooling deficiencies in our latest View X31 watercooling project.
In this episode we take a look at the Dream Machine build for 2017 and really take a look at the 18 grand pricetag required to build the ultimate gaming PC. Does any of it make any sense? Listen to find out.
In this episode we revisit an old computer mod in an attempt to rebuild it from a network rendering server to a budget gaming rig only discover that some of the new Coffee Lake stuff is making us question our intentions.
In this episode we look back on some of our past projects including the Core V51 fitted with a DIY watercooling loop with Thermaltake Premium gear and look forward to a new build using a Thermaltake View 31.
In this episode we take a candid look at some articles related to how Millennials are impacting our future and largely changing the way we look at everyday things from car ownership to wine bottle corks.
CryptoCurrency has been in the news these past couple months and in this episode we take a candid look at some of the craziness surrounding why digital money is popular and how a typical gaming rig, with RGB LEDs, can make you money.