The Hardware Asylum Podcast
Published: Thursday, September 10, 2020 - Podcast
in this episode we dissect and take a deep dive into what we believe the new RTX 3000 series video cards will bring based on the product announcement from NVIDIA. As of this podcast we have yet to see any real benchmarks any real reports on availability and any real listings on current pricing so the real world may vary.
Published: Monday, August 24, 2020 - Podcast
In this episode we talk about overclocking and not just any overclocking but the extreme kind where you chill a CPU and then double up your GPU performance using the SLI technology. Sadly NVIDIA has made it clear they aren’t going to support SLI anymore due to the lackluster response in the consumer market. Yes, we blame everyone buying a new GPU for killing SLI.
Published: Monday, August 10, 2020 - Podcast
We have been avoiding the topic of COVID-19 for various reasons and finally felt it was time to address the worldwide pandemic and how it has impacted many of the tradeshows and conventions we normally attend including CES 2021, Hackfort and PAX.
Published: Saturday, July 25, 2020 - Podcast
We have all bought used computer hardware. Sometimes the deal goes extremely well and everyone is happy and yet, other times you might get something you didn’t expect or have compatibility issues. In this episode we talk about some of the experiences we have had along with some things to look out for.
Published: Friday, July 10, 2020 - Podcast
In this episode we turn the clock back 10 years to look at the state of Computer Hardware in 2009. Believe it or not computers have come a long way since then and they are used in a more diverse manner being split across desktop, portable and mobile. While the technology has gotten better the overall purpose remains the same.
Published: Wednesday, June 24, 2020 - Podcast
In this episode we take a candid look at extreme watercooling and if going big can be a real benefit to your water loop or just a waste of time and money. We also discuss radiator design, size and thermal capacity while also addressing the issue of galvanic corrosion.