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!
Ryzen 5 Benchmarks rock, and what’s up with AMD’s custom Power Plan?!? FreeNAS or Hardware RAID, Nintendo cancels the NES Classic, Unigen’s got a sick stress test for your GPU, and more! All in this episode of This Week in Computer Hardware!
Optane storage is epic, and Intel’s SSD DC P4800X is here! ARM updates: we’ve got Snapdragon 835 benchmarks, and info on the new DynamIQ technology. Reviews of Lenovo’s Y900 gaming laptop and Yoga Book, and a great viewer question: will I regret buying a FreeSync (or G-Sync) monitor???
AMD announces Ryzen 5 CPUs… lots of cores for not much cash! Thinking about a new TV? Robert Heron joins us to talk up the latest from LG, Samsung, and Sony. Headphones burst into flames, tuning the Ryzen 7 for best performance, all the 1080Ti GPUs are sold, and are we going from Lithium batteries to glass batteries?!? Tons of hardware news in this week’s TWiCH!
Nvidia’s new GTX 1080 Ti: we’ve got benchmarks, and a review! Does overclocking the Ryzen 7 1700 boost gaming performance? And where are all the Ryzen motherboards, anyhow??? Logitech’s G533 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset Review, $105,000 in electrostatic headphones from Sennheiser, HiFiMan, and Mr. Speakers, and some bargain earbuds that sound great!
Google Can’t Ship Hardware? You might think so if you’re looking for Google WiFi or a 128GB Pixel. We’ve got a sweet budget gaming PC build with an RX460. Plus, Scythe’s new Fuma CPU cooler, what’s up with Qualcomm getting sued, and more!
Patrick and Ryan are at CES 2017 and discuss HDR monitors, autonomous driving, the NVIDIA Spot, Alexa integration, Norton Core, Qualcomm’s Power Rangers headset for VR tracking, an AI-assisted hairbrush, and more!
A collection of some of 2016’s interesting TWiCH news with Patrick Norton, Allyn Malventano, Robert Heron, and Ryan Shrout. From EVGA’s gaming case to the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, recall many of the interesting developments that happened in computer hardware this past year!