PC Perspective Podcast #602 – Intel Exits NAND Storage, Radeon 6K, Google Kills Again and More!
In every long running series, there’s usually another episode. Sometimes it’s good. Sometimes, it gets taken out behind the woodshed and edited into acceptability.
On the menu tonight, we’re serving up the details on Intel exiting NAND in many forms, Google exiting another of their product lines (thanks for beta testing!), Silicon Motion is firmly in the PCIe 4.0 NVME game, Radeon GPU Rumors are hot, high frame-rate gaming, Nvidia moves more production over to TSMC 7nm, and we go over a nice AIRFLOW case from Corsair: the 4000D!
Warning! You will become hungry during the hamburger sequence. Don’t skip, it’s Oscars material.
Other Note: Ignore the occasional appearance, in the classic inadvertent popping out “CNN-like” manner, of the Zotac 1x GPU. You’ll know when the worst of it happens because Josh spends at least 30 seconds clinically dead.
Please recall that our Patreon members get the uncut #602 Podcast filled with much arm waving hilarity with a special after-after show (yeah, 2x) short video sequence.
- 00:06 Intro
- 02:52 Josh’s Burger of the Week
- 04:32 Intel Exits NAND Business
- 07:04 More AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series Rumors
- 10:07 Silicon Motion PCIe Gen4 SSD Controllers
- 13:42 Google Kills Off Nest Secure
- 15:44 AD BREAK: LinkedIn Jobs
- 17:07 Best CPU for a 165 Hz Gaming Monitor
- 23:49 NVIDIA Moving Ampere to 7nm TSMC in 2021?
- 28:25 Corsair 4000D AIRFLOW – INTRO
- 28:49 Josh Interrupts (Flowbee Break)
- 29:15 Brett Interrupts (Zotac x1 GPU Break)
- 30:40 Corsair 4000D AIRFLOW – CONTINUED
- 39:40 Picks of the Week
- 49:01 Outro