PC Perspective Podcast #433 – 01/19/17
Join us this week as we discuss a budget RX 460 build, Seasonic Titanium, Windows Game Mode, and more!
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Hosts: Ryan Shrout, Allyn Malventano, Josh Walrath, Sebastian Peak
Program length: 1:19:34
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Hardware/Software Picks of the Week
Allyn: Smitty's Glass Wax
Sebastian: If you can’t buy new, go refurb!
Alex: Mini Metro
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More info on AMD’s Infinity
More info on AMD’s Infinity Fabric! And this little part from the article is very intersting:
“So that is the key to the new Infinity Fabric, the granularity, especially in mesh topologies it should allow bandwidth to scale with nodes. Topology is not protocol defined or restricted and the coherent links will work across sockets, CPUs, GPUs, and more. If the level of granularity is as fine as was intoned, it allows a CPU core to pass info to a shader ‘directly’ regardless of the two being on the same silicon or across a system.”(1)
“AMD Infinity Fabric underpins everything they will make”
You guys piss off Kyle at
You guys piss off Kyle at [H]ardOCP?
Is this the moment you know things are going wrong with that new buttplug, or is it our buddies over at PCPer doing their weekly podcast?
That’s just the kind of love
That's just the kind of love we share around here.
The problem with subscribing
The problem with subscribing and watching you guys is it makes me want and buy stuff.
Can you make videos or picks that shows how to tweak game settings and explain what these settings are? just in time for doing benchmarks with Intel and AMD risen and vega.