The Hardware Asylum Podcast
Published: Sunday, October 10, 2021 - Podcast
In this episode we are taking some time to talk about Hackfort 2021 with Sean Wakeley, the director of Hackfort. It had been two years since Hardware Asylum last presented and it was good to get back out despite the challenges with the global situation and the uncertainty surrounding how the general public will handle the restrictions and requirements to attend.
Published: Sunday, September 26, 2021 - Podcast
Computers come in a variety of different sizes, the guys are impressed with the big ones while the ladies claim it doesn't matter. In this episode Dennis shares his latest project plans which involve an extremely small motherboard packed into an even smaller chassis. Later Darren talks about his adventure receiving a two-piece M.2 drive in the mail
Published: Friday, September 10, 2021 - Podcast
In this episode the Duo talk about 3D Printing with an introduction to a highly modified Creality CR 10s FDM 3D Printer along with some tips and tricks for the beginner. The discussion then shifts to how a 3D Printer can be used in the manufacture of custom PC Components and even modifying an existing 3D Printer.
Published: Tuesday, August 24, 2021 - Podcast
Early this spring Dennis decided it was time to pick up a new lawn mower and after checking the reviews, reviewing the prices and meditating on the dilemma he settled on a product he had never considered before, a battery-operated lawn mower from #EGOPowerPlus. Given how far battery technology had advanced he figured how badly could an electric mower actually be?
Published: Tuesday, August 10, 2021 - Podcast
In this episode we look at the benefits and drawbacks to using high speed DRAM in your gaming PC and if the extra performance is actually worth the extra cost. The duo then discusses reasons for and against using a Home Theater sound system on your desktop PC.
Published: Sunday, July 25, 2021 - Podcast
In this episode continue their discussion on picking a processor for a mid to hi-end gaming build and not surprising it wasn’t any of the options discussed during last months Podcast Extra. After that we take an in-depth look into the Phanteks P500A Eclipse. Dennis has reviewed both of the lower end versions of this case and for the most part the P500A is similar with a unique focus on opening up the airflow.