Patrick Norton and Robert Heron discuss LG’s OLED77W7P TV, $2000-2500 4K projectors, RAM production, the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition, the Seasonic FOCUS PLUS Gold (FX) 650W Power Supply Unit, Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone, and the Token Biometric Ring.
AMD Radeon Vega Is Here!!!! Intel’s 545S… an affordable SSD, Samsung Galaxy S8+ and OnePlus 5 reviews… and mining specific GPUs. That’s a thing now! All that and more in This Week In Computer Hardware episode 421!
Intel’s Core i9 Benchmarked… AMD’s EPYC new CPU… 802.11AD is stupid fast at close range, does TCL has a $600 4K TV worth buying?… don’t drop your Surface Laptop, Focal’s Spark, all that and more on This Week In Computer Hardware!
First impressions of the new iPad Pro! Is bitcoin mining profitable again??? Samsung’s SICK 49″ ultrawide display… and Alienware’s sicker 240Hz G-Sync and FreeSync displays. And hey, it’s the Xbox One X!!!
HomePod, the 5K iMac Pro… ain’t that expensive, MacBook update, where’s Threadripper…and an 8K UltraSharp Monitor from DELL. All that and more coming up on This Week In Computer Hardware!
Computex 2017 is here, Intel’s gunning for AMD’s Ryzen with new Core i9 CPUs. HP, Lenovo, and Asus are building Snapdragon-powered Windows machines, AMD’s RX Vega is pushed to late July, and check out the new 200mHz G-Sync Ultrawide gaming monitor from Asus. All that and more on This Week in Computer Hardware.
Surface Pro gets a Kaby Lake upgrade and optional LTE. Water cooled power supplies? Maybe liquid cooling has jumped the shark. Can an SSD upgrade speed up your PS4? Also, hey, go ahead and fly that unregistered drone! All that and more in TWiCH episode 416!
We talk AMD’s Threadripper… it’s a 16 core 32 thread MONSTER coming this summer! Why Ryzen’s 1080p gaming performance is all about memory latency. And Vega, which promises to spank the Fury X. In news that doesn’t involve AMD, Google IO showed off a standalone Daydream VR headset, Amazon has 4K Fire TVs and new $50 Fire Tablets…and if you need a ton of storage, WD has released 10TB Reds. All that and more on This Week In Computer Hardware!
Nvidia’s new Tesla V100 packs the new Volta GPU architecture, and the specs are obscene! Ryzen CPUs are getting cheaper, USB C Docks from Dell and Kensington reviewed, Amazon’s Echo Show… is this a ripoff? Nvidia’s power gonna be in Toyota’s self driving vehicles, all that and more in This Week In Computer Hardware!
AMD Radeon RX 500 series GPUS, Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X 375GB, one beast of an Optane drive, Logitech’s G413 backlit mechanical keyboard, Facebook wants you to type WITH YOUR MIND, Nintendo’s gonna break your heart w/ a Mini Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and more!