PC Perspective Podcast #224 – 10/25/2012
Join us this week as we talk about the ASUS N66U Router, AMD FX 8350 and 6300 CPU, our Windows RT hands on, and more!
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Hosts: Ryan Shrout, Jeremy Hellstrom, Josh Walrath, Allyn Malventano, and Linus Sebastian
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Program length: 1:30:18
Podcast topics of discussion:
- 0:00:50 Welcome our Guest: Linus Sebastian of Linus Tech Tips!
- Week in Reviews:
- 0:36:20 This podcast is brought to you by MSI
News items of interest:
- 0:37:15 A quick look at the data on Apple's Fusion Drive
- 0:46:30 AMD work force cut coming?
0:52:10 ASUS VivoTab RT Released
- Hands on time!
- 1:07:45 ASUS TAICHI as well – can this really become popular
- 1:08:45 Corsair Carbide 200R Launches
- 1:06:15 Hardware / Software Pick of the Week
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Linus I KNOW your gonna read
Linus I KNOW your gonna read this….
STAY at pcper…we need u, I like your angle, very unique. Retail experience with your knowledge will add a very interesting mix to the family 🙂
Jeremy we need to hear/see more of ya 🙂
Awesome podcast! I really
Awesome podcast! I really enjoyed Linus joining this week. In fact, I always enjoy guests! Keep up the good work!
Cool to see a Linus and
Cool to see a Linus and indirectly NCIX incorporated into your show!
On a more important note, I do not know if you are you guys have any more info then anyone else regarding the GTX 680MX announced last week but as a mobile gamer who wants to purchase a M17X or M18X with SLI for Christmas I was really hoping to find out if Alienware and others (Origin or iBuyPower) would be shipping it in time as I don’t want to spend the 550 $ per chip for the 680M when a better version is imminent!
GTX 680MX specs: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/notebook-gpus/geforce-gtx-680mx
Press release by TPU: http://www.techpowerup.com/174380/NVIDIA-Announces-GeForce-GTX-680MX-GTX-675MX-and-GTX-670MX-Mobile-GPUs.html
And of course keep up the great work!