Kyle Bennett from HardOCP: What's up with Nvidia's GeForce Partner Program? | The Full Nerd Ep 43PCWorld | Mar 13, 2018Join The Full Nerd gang as they talk about the latest PC hardware topics. In this special episode we are joined by Kyle Bennett from HardOCP to talk about Nvidia's controversial Geforce Partner Program. Read his Kyle's full article on HardOCP.com:https://www.hardocp.com/article/2018/03/08/geforce_partner_program_impacts_consumer_choice
Intel’s Tuesday rollout of 7th-generation Kaby Lake CPU for desktops has met a dubious fanfare of leaked reviews that dismiss the new chip as one huge Core i Yawn. Kaby Lake seems to offer barely any movement forward and when overclocked, apparently gets to nuclear-fusion levels of heat output. But it's too early to write off Kaby Lake. There’s a lot more to it that you still need to know. Kaby Lake launched in August with dual-core versions for laptops that offered reasonable performance upticks.
@stockolicious@IanCutress@TheKanter Now I know what my wife means when she can't understand what I mean when I say: "x16 PCIe Gen 3.0, PCH, SLI, HyperTransport, and EMIB." I basically feel like Charlie Brown here.
@stockolicious@IanCutress@TheKanter Well yeah. If you took my advice on money, you'd be broke. Also: just put it in a stump down by Maple Street. That's what I do. But yes. I defer to you on that but agree.
@stockolicious@IanCutress@TheKanter I actually think most of the coverage has been measured and very skeptical (once we got past the initial 1 minute coverage) These guys were going to be out there anyway with a website. What Ian and David did was add info which helps us understand just what is going on.
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