The Hardware Asylum Podcast
Published: Tuesday, November 24, 2020 - Podcast
in this episode we will be talking about how overclocking has changed due to the limitations of heatbound processors and factory overclocked video cards. Most modern CPUs and GPUs are being released at their frequency and thermal limits and attempt to overclock them result is throttling and failure however, the memory controllers are strong giving overclockers another avenue to take when looking for more performance.
Published: Tuesday, November 10, 2020 - Podcast
In this episode we talk about the Dark Edition motherboards from EVGA. These boards are designed for extreme overlocking using a variety of cooling methods from high-end watercooling to Dry Ice and even LN2. The boards also support extreme memory and video card configurations making them very unique in the enthusiast PC space.
Published: Monday, October 26, 2020 - Podcast
The current “situation” have you down? Well, in this episode we talk about some upcoming game titles that are sure to get you excited, even if they don’t have an official release date
Published: Saturday, October 10, 2020 - Podcast
In this episode we talk about the driver issues that caused RTX cards to crash during certain games talking about the differences between a hardware issue over a software one. Later Dennis tells us about his impromptu LAN party and playing the new game Among US
Published: Thursday, September 24, 2020 - Podcast
in this episode we explore the actual power of the PC, and not so much the enthusiast PC but the every PC that is likely over 5 years old and built with midrange gear. These machines are all over the place and the driving force behind how games are built and the benchmark console makers follow when planning a new release.
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.