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Hardware 13 - A Case of the Uglies

Posted on 28th Jul 2010 at 13:33 by Podcast with 8 comments

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Welcome one and all to Episode 13 of the bit-tech and Custom PC hardware podcast.

As befits the summer, this episode is a loud, effects laden blockbuster, where the team talk about Intel's K-series overclocking CPUs and the rumours about Sandy Bridge's lack of overclocking.

Antony and James explain our updated case testing methods, and we cast an eye over Cooler Master's HAF X and the Antec Dark Fleet.

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Hardware 9 - iPad, eReaders, and who has the brighter future, Intel or AMD?

Posted on 29th Jan 2010 at 16:57 by Podcast with 7 comments

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The hardware podcast kicks off 2010 belatedly, but with over 55 minutes of hardcore hardware chat. Alex, Clive and Antony discuss everything the major since our last hardware pod in November 2009.

Intel's cancelled Larrabee, but launched the first CPUs with integrated graphics, but are there clouds on the horizon for x86?

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Episode 19 - Larrabee, DirectX 11 and violent games

Posted on 17th Jul 2008 at 14:40 by Podcast

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The 19th episode of the Custom PC podcast features the panel reacting to the latest rumours about Larrabee, and how the Pentagon might be helping Intel design a GPU, and discussing Blizzard’s announcement of Diablo 3. The team also discuss instancing in MMOs and how it’s a problem for Conan, a first glimpse of DirectX 11 and whether it’s a good idea to revist Colonization. There’s also the guess the game music competition, with a bundle of Formula 1 related prizes to be won. Also, as you can see from the picture above, we’ve got a smart new logo!

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