On this episode of The Complete Nerd, Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Alaina Yee, and Adam Patrick Murray wade into battlegrounds, digging deep into CPU and GPU value wars prior to revealing a brand new PC-centric rival to the Mac Professional. Smartly, a minimum of the Mac Professional case.
We kick issues off by means of discussing Intel’s fresh processor value discounts. They’re important in relation to the hugely multi-core upcoming “Cascade-X” Core-X chips, and milder (however nonetheless welcome) in Intel’s graphics-less F-series Core CPUs. After that, Brad unearths what we all know (and don’t know) about AMD’s just-announced Radeon RX 5500 collection graphics playing cards, that are coming to prebuilt methods prior to DIY fanatics can pick out them up.
After all, we dig into the trendy Mac Professional-mimicking Dune Case that Alaina lately tore down, after which we constructed again up in our monstrous “really Professional PC” construct. And naturally, we solution questions from reside audience prior to signing off.
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